Great articles on southfront.org and excellent comments under each article.
Update on Russian military operations in Ukraine for September 21, 2022
- Referendums have been announced across Russian-held territory in Ukraine.
- If incorporated into the Russian Federation, Moscow could upgrade the special military operation significantly.
- The US Department of Defence, in a recent briefing, seems to acknowledge the limits of what aid it can provide Ukraine.
- Western analysts appear to agree that Ukraine’s offensives may have been a final gamble, exhausting their reserves and leaving them at the mercy of subsequent Russian escalations.
Not everything, but some things ...It seems everything is Putin's fault
I'd think being under Russian control is so popular that there is no need the rig an election.R_L,
That will inevitably be the claim in the event that the results favour the Russians. That idea is already being seeded by MSM - and now you!
CV,Russian elections per se are decent.
Yeah, everything is great in Russia.Nail on the head truth bombs from 'The Duran'. Enjoy . . .
The document, the result of months of work by officials and experts trying to assess the true impact of Russia’s economic isolation due to President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, paints a far more dire picture than officials usually do in their upbeat public pronouncements. Bloomberg viewed a copy of the report, drafted for a closed-door meeting of top officials on Aug. 30. People familiar with the deliberations confirmed its authenticity.
It's the same ol' story R_L: the difference between what you want to happen (fantasy) and what actually is happening (reality). The disconnect grows ever larger and, as the west and U.S. in particular watch their hegemony evaporating like never before - they become ever more desperate. Basically, it's game over for them: they've completely miscalculated the entire thing and are paying the price for their hubris, arrogance and self importance. Will they learn their lesson or will they continue to double down and make a bad situation worse? That, sadly, is a no-brainer. Consequently, we'll see more and more articles like the one you linked to and more crazy stories of Russians taking microchips out of washing machines to put into warheards and other such nonsense. It's pathetic, truly pathetic.Yeah, everything is great in Russia.