Today, on 2022-02-24, the Russian Federation has launched a full-scale invasion of the Ukraine. Missile strikes have been reported all over the country, as far west as Lutsk and Frankivsk. Kharkov is endangered, whereas Odessa and Mariupol are allegedly threatened by amphibious assaults. The wood elves to the north may be encroaching, too.
This neat subreddit is useful for checking the video reports.
The American forum known as 4chan offers some fun discussions.
I’m quite surprised. To my mind, Putin has shown great gentleness recently, and it would have been more in line to wait a few weeks more. Still, there is quite some time before that anticipated nuclear strike on Romania I used to dream about a month ago. Messeigneurs Westerners, your move!
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This is so nice, man. I truly hope Russia will behead Romania with a few nuclear strikes.
Just bomb every single city with a nuke, let the lights go out, supply lines stop, and whoever is left standing … they get to live
Hope this will degenerate in a full nuclear war.
Oh, it will, one way or other. Kicking Russia off the SWIFT will push them onto the chinese CIPS and to increase investment in other alternatives to the dollar. At the same time, this will disrupt European economies. Chaos disrupts the financial markets, creating uncertainty and instability causes people to act in a conservative manner with their money. Not much else to do after that. NATO will break, Russian Empire will grow, Europe will be in decay. But I do hope for Russian ballistic missiles. Whites have proven that only after a catastrophe they’ll get their shit together.
Are you a full-blooded Ukrainian?
Realistically, from the 4 days of fighting, the Russians seem to be sucking the Ukrainian cock, unfortunately. Like look at the map, bucko. Chernigov, Sumy, Kharkov, Akhtyrka, Balakliya, Kupyansk, Kiev and Nikolayev – all Russian defeats so far. The only promising direction is the East Tauric one – and for sure, any puncture will spell doom for the Ukraine. And yet, even there the advance has been astonishingly slow.
All in all, as I wanted to put it in a separate entry, this seems like an old-fashioned post-1945 gentle war. Because Putin is still thinking like an economist. The wars of the future will not add useless eaters to your expenses.
I’m not Ukranian, but I have Ukranian friends in Kiev. The following text is from one of them:
“The Russians have entered the center of Kharkiv, I know this from eyewitness accounts of people that I know there. There is small arms fighting, but generally light resistance. In the south, Kherson has fallen and the Russian army seems to have captured Zaporozhia. It seems clear that Dnipro will be reached within 3 to 5 days. At this time, Kiev is being surrounded by Russian tanks. There is sporadic small arms fire outside the city, but no big battles.
The Russian strategy seems to be to encircle the cities, while destroying military installations. The vast majority of civilian infrastructure in the areas under attack have been untouched and are functioning normally. It also seems very clear that the Russians have used their older equipment and less experienced soldiers in this initial assault. Very few of the high-tech modern weaponry that the Russians possess are being used in this first push. This would lead one to believe that the Russians want to probe and exhaust Ukrainian defenses before bringing out top-tier men and materiel.
The Russians are being incredibly disciplined insofar as their information management is concerned. The only information coming out of the Russians comes directly from the Ministry of Defense or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Their information so far has been 100% accurate, which I think is a deliberate strategy. There has been a great deal of Ukrainian propaganda that turned out to be complete fantasy, but even after these stories have been proven to be false, people cling to them.
At the current pace of operations, the Russians will completely capture Ukraine within 7 to 14 days. They are winning, and winning decisively. Maps comparing the US invasion of Iraq in 2003 to this current mechanized invasion show that the Russians are outpacing the Americans by a substantial margin. And as I said, they are using their second-tier men and weapons, and they did not use air power to soften Ukraine for several weeks, as the Americans did in 2003. Any claims that the Ukrainians are winning or holding back the Russians is complete fantasy.
This is the current state of play as I perceive it at this time.”
I do agree with you. This is a gentle war from Russia, maybe planned. I don’t think Putin cannot will back down, but it is clear that he is not the old Putin.
This is a surprisingly sensible impression. Almost too sensible for a country that has not chosen the famed flower strategy.
From my understanding, the Ukraine cannot afford losing a single battle, and a puncture of any of the fronts will lead to a collapse, à la Poland 1939, or Germany 1944-45. The reserves might be there, but I don’t see the time allowing for any preparation of further defensive lines at Kirovograd or Poltava.
Not entirely sure what to say of the quality of the Russian troops. Isn’t their host quite small already, around 200k men? I doubt they could withhold their main forces. Although at the same time, I fully expect the NATO bases in Poland/Romania to be engulfed at one point (although probably without a land invasion, the Belarusian army can barely hold their own borders anyway).
Regarding gentleness – I would go as far as to say that Russia can never lose this war (aside from le Putain’s dying).
1. Flower strategy? Could have been amazing, didn’t happen.
2. Messy shelling? Will only make the Russian flag worthier as a Blutfahne.
3. And in a fantasy scenario if the Ukrainian army somehow manages to stall the Russian advance, the Russians can just use nuclear weapons killing millions.
But of course, people are surprisingly irrational. In times like this, the normie NPCs forget whatever few words they could speak, and instead communicate in smelly pheromones. I’m not blaming them, it’s their natural place & role under the human condition. But it is a queer feeling to watch the lemmings run off a cliff.
P.S. I haven’t been consuming any Anglo content in a week, all that I could see is quite vomit-inducing (although the RealLifeLore video is not that bad).
As to the Russo-Ukrainian YouTubers,
1) SuperSharij is a disgusting centrist Christian who has turned his channel into a 911 hotline for pregnant chipmunks (future President material right there);
2) Podoliaka & Onufriyenko are Russian sympathisers who constantly exaggerate Russian advances;
3) Strana is led by a hot blonde supposedly broadcasting from Kiev, can’t focus on the words, too busy screenshotting (jk, she’s the most reasonable);
4) Soloviev is a Russian Muscovite Jew who literally says the Russians have not killed a single civilian, and the Ukrainians should not go into air-raid shelters (sadly, this particular part is as braindead as the Ukrainian TV);
5) Ershvbolote & Стратег диванных войск are high-IQ military channels, although ideologically opposed.
All in all, I highly doubt le Putain was 100% transfixed on the flower scenario. If Russia breaks now, it is finished. They must have counted all the shekels, and they must have weighed the Russian soul, finding them both sufficient.
P.P.S. Kudos to Chechar for paying me any attention, it’s always amazed me how my views are not more widespread. I too believe a total nuclear armageddon would yield the best chances for the Aryans in North America. But from the Russian or even Polish perspective, I have always posited a waiting strategy to be preferable.
If only Putain did something for his own Volk, maybe the fags of Ukraine would have welcomed him with open arms. Alas, he’s just another kike puppet.
1. The fact that the Hitlerians are no longer in power does not necessarily mean that people who spread such braindead NatSoc propaganda are not normie NPCs in their own zombie way. Is it from The Greatest Story Never Told? Now that was vomit-inducing, back when I saw some of it years ago. How come some people lack a nonsense detector?
2. The Hitlerians reopened the churches and banned vaccinations in their effort to exterminate the Slavs. But then the Slavs fought back.
And now history repeats itself (thunderous & bellicose). Panzerfaust 3 will totally change the course of the war. The Bayraktar Vergeltungswaffe will bring us back to
ParisKherson. The Ringwraith of Kiev will clear Seelow out of imperial Russian tanks with his Haunebu. Let the Meteorblitzkrieg begin!
3. This war will ennoble Russia. Already the filthy [Golden] Rain and (((Echo))) of Moscow propagandists of weakness and self-abnegation have been sent to the gulag of history.
‘ ‘‘And listen, Gandalf, my old friend and helper!’’ he said, coming near and speaking now in a softer voice. ‘‘I said we, for we it may be, if you will join with me. A new Power is rising. Against it the old allies and policies will not avail us at all. There is no hope left in Elves or dying Númenor. This then is one choice before you, before us. We may join with that Power. It would be wise, Gandalf. There is hope that way. Its victory is at hand; and there will be rich reward for those that aided it. As the Power grows, its proved friends will also grow; and the Wise, such as you and I, may with patience come at last to direct its courses, to control it. We can bide our time, we can keep our thoughts in our hearts, deploring maybe evils done by the way, but approving the high and ultimate purpose: Knowledge, Rule, Order; all the things that we have so far striven in vain to accomplish, hindered rather than helped by our weak or idle friends. There need not be, there would not be, any real change in our designs, only in our means.’’
© J.R.R. Tolkien – The Lord of the Rings, Book 2, The Council of Elrond
‘We will have peace,’ said Théoden at last thickly and with an effort. Several of the Riders cried out gladly. Théoden held up his hand. ‘Yes, we will have peace,’ he said, now in a clear voice, ‘we will have peace, when you and all your works have perished – and the works of your dark master to whom you would deliver us. You are a liar, Saruman, and a corrupter of men’s hearts. You hold out your hand to me, and I perceive only a finger of the claw of Mordor. Cruel and cold! Even if your war on me was just – as it was not, for were you ten times as wise you would have no right to rule me and mine for your own profit as you desired – even so, what will you say of your torches in Westfold and the children that lie dead there? And they hewed Ha´ma’s body before the gates of the Hornburg, after he was dead. When you hang from a gibbet at your window for the sport of your own crows, I will have peace with you and Orthanc. So much for the House of Eorl. A lesser son of great sires am I, but I do not need to lick your fingers. Turn elsewhither. But I fear your voice has lost its charm.’
© J.R.R. Tolkien – The Lord of the Rings, Book 3, The Voice of Saruman
(The quotes are self-contradictory in my case, but the
OrientOccident is a delicate business.)
Do you know Colonel Igor “Strelkov” Girkin? If you don’t, check his wiki out. The guy is interesting af. I’ll leave the research to you.
Anyways, he recently gave a SITREP of the conflict, according to him:
– In Nikolaev, I expect the Russian army to continue advancing north and northeast, towards Krivoy Rog (Krivyi Rih)
– An advance up the Bug River, in the direction of Voznesensk, would make sense.
– The Kiev regime doesn’t have any sort of organized military presence in this entire area. There are barely any independent units operating here either. But the number of Russian troops here is also small, so we can’t advance too quickly.
– The rapid Ukrainian withdrawals from the Donetsk-Mariupol axis tell me the enemy is trying to preserve his units for future battles.
– If anyone’s listening, please don’t storm Mariupol. There’s no need to lose men, equipment, and time in an urban battle. Just hold the siege and leave the city alone for a while. I’d rather see an attack on Hulyaipole and Polohy than Mariupol.
– The reason the Ukrainian military is still bombarding the Donetsk republic so heavily is probably because it’s not going to be able to take its artillery and other equipment with it when it retreats.
– Apparently the Ukrainian armed forces intend to hold on to Severodonetsk and Lisichansk as long as possible.
Kharkov: The Russian command probably thought they would take over Kharkov, with its military bases intact, without a shot fired. Now it’s clear the enemy won’t surrender until they’re defeated on the ground, and the choice has been made to seriously target military infrastructure instead of trying to preserve it.
I cannot confirm the rumors that an offensive has been launched to link up with the southern front at Zaporozhya.
Sumy and Chernigov are being left alone for now. There are no reports of battles.
Kiev-East: The Russian offensive on Boryspil has yet to begin.
Kiev-West: Fighting has been continuing without any real results, but I predict that some moves will be made later today. There’s no time to waste; the enemy is pulling up all its remaining reserves and forming new units. The goal is the same: surround Kiev.
Mariupol is surrounded, but all fighting is taking place on its outskirts. There has not been a direct assault yet; negotiations on the exit of civilians are still ongoing. But the city will be stormed regardless.
Lugansk province: The Ukrainians are preparing to withdraw from Severodonetsk and Lisichansk.
Kharkov province: The Russian armed forces are advancing towards Izyum. After Izyum, they’ll take Slavyansk. It is very likely that this will cause the encirclement and liquidation of parts of the Ukrainian army.
East of Kiev: Reinforcements continue to arrive at Brovary, but there are no operations yet. Sumy, Chernigov, Konotop, and Akhtirka are still besieged.
West of Kiev: Russian reinforcements are arriving.
Kherson was quiet today after being fully captured yesterday.
The second round of negotiations will be held tomorrow.
Thanks, although all the points are quite obvious from the map. Never realised Strelkov had such a huge following on YouTube. Now that’s a professional terrorist personality.
Interesting to admit that he too is a monarchist, like TheSaker (maybe more folks on cont.ws?), and that he does share the view that the Russians expected the flower scenario. Not sure I would agree with the latter. Wouldn’t a failed amphibious landing at Odessa have been more in line? All that I’ve seen betrays a methodical and total-war approach.
“A cart let loose from the hill”? If this war lasts a month and not a week, it will only make the triumph in Moscow more splendid, with cute Ukrainian femboys in tow. If the Russian state disintegrates in a flurry of vehement self-hate, it will indicate that the Russian hour has passed forever.
Is that wise? Nothing can be wise when our countries lie in ruin. Leave wisdom to the Mongoloids! We Europeans go out in a blaze of glory.
‘I wish it need not have happened in my time,’ said Frodo.
‘So do I,’ said Gandalf, ‘and so do all who live to see such times. But that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.
© J.R.R. Tolkien – The Lord of the Rings, Book 1, The Shadow of the Past
I think it’s real, I’ve read about such accounts in Degrelle’s and Paul Carell’s books.
Paul Carell is literally a “Fed”. Gobbling up Anglo propaganda by the mouthful, eh? Communist oppression is a cringe meme.
Well, I am not as anti-commie as Chechar but clearly I can’t sympathize with it.
I look at simple numbers – the population of the Ukraine clearly enjoyed the Communist rule because they verifiably procreated in great numbers, and suffered no war. From this view, the Bolsheviks were racist, for all intents and purposes – if the Ukrainian national identity brings ruin to the Ukrainian racial stock, it is not racist by definition.
As to your propaganda snippet, I wonder whether you take it seriously. I’m not even opposing the truthfulness of the given statement – but a Christian priest’s tribulations do not necessarily translate into a disadvantage for the population at large. Neither should a special treatment of the Eastern Galicians invoke any hope among the people of Greater Ukraine, let alone Russia.
On another note, it is indeed curious how being a Nazi does not make one a free-thinker at all. Of course, I knew it before from all my interactions. People are bubble creatures craving the safety of a hive-mind. By some miracle, one may break off with the normie culture – only to be submerged into the prolefeed of Holocaust-denial, for example.
Descartes did not go far enough. The Russian schizophrenic Shurka from falsehood.me did. Animals are automatons > Men are animals > Men are automatons.
And as I said once, the brightest of our kind may choose what record disc to play.