Reality on the Ground in Ukraine Updated

Russia’s super-weapons exceed the best in the US/West, including what’s supplied to Ukrainian Nazis.

Russian hypersonic missiles used to strike the regime’s power grid, communication systems, its rail operation, and troops cannot be intercepted by its US/Western-supplied air defense systems.

In late November, Russia’s Military-Industrial Corporation Research and Industrial Association of Machine Building (MIC NPO Mashinostroyenia) began large-scale production of the nation’s state-of-the-art Tsirkon hypersonic missiles.

They’ll be used by Russian ground, naval and sub-surface forces to strike sea-based and ground targets with high-precision accuracy.

Capable of traveling at Mach 9 (nearly 7,000 mph) with a range of over 1,000 km, they can strike targets almost before the enemy knows what’s coming.

Unable to be intercepted hypersonic ones currently in use include Russia’s Kinzhal missiles, 3M22 Zircon anti-shipping missiles, and ICBMs outfitted with the Avangard nuclear boost-glide vehicle.

The latter can travel at over Mach 20 — over 15,000 mph.

Able to carry multiple conventional or nuclear warheads, range of Russia’s Sarmat ICBM is virtually unlimited, along with its high-precision destructive power.

At its discretion, Russia can transform any target in Ukraine — or elsewhere — to smoldering rubble.

Its super-weapons made surface ships and US/Western air defense systems obsolete.

And it’s able to produce whatever is needed to achieve its military aims.

The notion of its military running out of high-precision hypersonic munitions is belied by continuing to to use them against designated Ukrainian targets for as long as it takes to demilitarize and deNazify the former nation-state.

On Friday, Russia’s Defense Ministry reported the following:

The regime’s “military command, defense…industrial complex systems and energy facilities supporting them were hit with a massive strike by long-range, airborne and sea-based precision weapons.”

No hypersonic ones were intercepted, all striking designated targets with high-precision accuracy.

Claims otherwise by Kiev and its MSM press agents were fake news.

Nine regime power-generating facilities were damaged, Ukraine’s so-called energy minister, Galushchenko, admitted.

More strikes followed on Saturday, including against targets in Odessa.

With much of the regime’s power grid rendered inoperable, the ability of its trains to transport manpower, weapons, munitions and equipment to frontline positions is spotty at best.

And ewhenever regime forces attempt counterattacks, they’re repelled with heavy losses of manpower and arms.

Russia is bleeding Nazi-infested Ukraine to death.

Slow-going to minimize civilian casualties, proceeding faster with heavy firepower would be preferable, but achieving the end result will be the same either way.

Hundreds of thousands of regime troops along frontline positions were killed, wounded or disabled.

In November, Pentagon joint chiefs chairman Milley’s claim of “well over 100,000 Russian soldiers killed or wounded” was fake news.

Actual Russian casualties are a tiny fraction of the toll on expendable Ukrainian cannon fodder troops — because most Russian Federation operations are conducted by long-range artillery, aerially and from offshore waters.

Having been betrayed before when agreed to conflict resolution talks, Russia’s only sensible option is continued demilitarization and deNazification of Ukraine until its SMO aims are accomplished — including the liberation of Donbass, Kherson and Zaporozhye entirely from the scourge of Nazified occupation.

And one more thing.

Russia should accept nothing less than unconditional capitulation of the made-in-the-USA Ukraine monster.

Nothing less is acceptable.

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  1. Ukraine is a financial lucrative conflict for all military industrial complex including laundering monies for corrupt corporations another financial heist similar to the Covid-19 scam.

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