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8 minutes ago, Scheiss Meister said:

That, too, but two big attacks in broad daylight are a whole other level of bold.

well... not to get too technical  but since that video showed stacked ammo boxes only about 30 yards from the railroad tracks and then another 40+ rocket artillery trucks about 50 yards away....

a broad daylight attack could have literally been done by 4-6 operatives literally sitting in the last train car, each with 2 large bags of luggage that just happened to hold 2-3 RPGs, forcing open the last door and each of them firing those RPGs directly into the stacks of ammo boxes and then the trucks while going by at 50Kmh.... by the time the russians could report them the operatives would be 10 km down the road, and able to leave their bags and just get off at the next stop, and blend into the crowd.

and a self sustaining explosion would keep happening afterwards.    

 

The Russians are blithering idiots when it comes to basic ammo protection.

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6 minutes ago, MillerEP said:

^lol, they even drew on Satanic "tattoos" on the teacher mannequin 

First tweet is important info.  Don't pay attention to what people say NEARLY as much as what they do.  It goes across the board -- want to know whether climate change is a real thing?  Pay attention to how large enterprises are managing their assets and planning (which shows you that functionally every large enterprise is planning for climate change, both how to protect against it and how to capitalize on it).  Want to know whether the risk of Crimea falling is a real thing?  Watch the real estate listings and traffic jams.

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5 minutes ago, Schulz2.0 said:

Speaking of the Russian Army expo:

 

*training how the drive the tank is 3X the cost of the tank.... and not included in cost of tank.  

 

*today only we give you that same training for only 2x the cost... but comrade you must buy today in Rubles

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1 hour ago, Brisketexan said:

First tweet is important info.  Don't pay attention to what people say NEARLY as much as what they do.  It goes across the board -- want to know whether climate change is a real thing?  Pay attention to how large enterprises are managing their assets and planning (which shows you that functionally every large enterprise is planning for climate change, both how to protect against it and how to capitalize on it).  Want to know whether the risk of Crimea falling is a real thing?  Watch the real estate listings and traffic jams.

 

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2 minutes ago, Parliament said:

Are all those people baining out of Crimea Russian sympathistists, straight up Russian immigrants or what?

For the most part, they stole the homes of the non-Russians living there and gave them or sold them to Russians.

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11 minutes ago, Bevo said:

For the most part, they stole the homes of the non-Russians living there and gave them or sold them to Russians.

Which is why it's going to be so glorious when Ukraine takes it back and the Russian land-thieves receive zero compensation for their stolen vacation homes.

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3 minutes ago, atomheartbevo said:

"Over the past 24 hours, more than ten thousand residential properties have been put up for sale in Crimea, huge traffic jams on the Kerch bridge"

Surly business opportunity?

Buying stolen property from the people who stole it seems like a quick way to lose your money or end on a sanctions list. 

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1 minute ago, SydneyCarton said:

Buying stolen property from the people who stole it seems like a quick way to lose your money or end on a sanctions list. 

any worse of an idea than backing an alcoholic in a business venture right after he fucked his last business partners who happened to be family members?

*may he rest in peace

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1 minute ago, DefinitelyNotHollywoodColt said:

any worse of an idea than backing an alcoholic in a business venture right after he fucked his last business partners who happened to be family members?

*may he rest in peace

Yeah, but the guy said "Business Opportunity." Not "Who wants to set their spare money on fire."

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1 hour ago, jdhorn92 said:

Where is the rail line where the video came from?   I dont see a rail line near that depot and the earlier post upthread showed a video of the cache right next to it.

Different strike. The one with the rail line was a supply point near Maiske. The airbase was near Dzhankoy

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  1. A shit-ton of Russian civilians and military families fleeing Russia (short-term fears)
  2. A shit-ton of Russians selling properties in Crimea (that they don't own) (long-term fears)
  3. A bold-as-hell and unmistakable attack against Russian infrastructure in Crimea
  4. A very noticeable increase in attacks in general against major Russian military infrastructure, not just in the Kherson area
  5. Russia having problems recruiting
  6. Russia being publicly caught buying shitty robots online and putting cloth aroundt them to disguise them and pretending it's advanced military hardware at a premier Russian hardware expo
  7. Kadyrovs being brought into the Kherson region over fears of Russian troops retreating/fleeing without permission.

Some serious shit going down today.

And all of those people fleeing Crimea and/or trying to list "their" properties, you know those people are better informed than mainland Ruskies.  They know something is up.

 

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1 hour ago, SydneyCarton said:

Buying stolen property from the people who stole it seems like a quick way to lose your money or end on a sanctions list. 

Westerners could not even buy them because of the whole rubles thing, but I was thinking more in terms about thousands of properties which will need to be cleaned/rebuilt/etc., which means lots of construction bucks flowing in.  There are already billions earmarked for that from various countries.  And you know there will be some crooked companies involved, given that it's construction.

And I do mean rebuilt.  I honestly expect Crimea to come out looking like the Iraqi oil fields when Saddam tried to burn everything.  Russians won't leave anything standing, including dachas.

 

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Looking at Kazakhstan basically telling Russians to fuck off, at what point does Georgia and Moldova start warming up their militaries/militias?

Feels like we are hitting that point where Russia would struggle to maintain their garrisons in those countries against a hostile force.

Particularly Moldova - 1,500 Russian troops, and Russia doesn't have a good way of consistently supplying them.

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