1. Funny, the Russians would rather look like the Three Stooges in burning their own ship up rather than admit that Ukraine is good enough to take it out with a missile. Either story looks bad on Russia..

  2. The warship Moskva has not sunk it has simply been reclassified as a new type of one-way submarine and is on a special underwater mission

    1. @Nona Weilding no need for apologies.

      Not to wind up, (over things) I find that it’s always helpful to reflect upon the fact that there usually are understandable reasons behind peoples actions.

  3. Not sure what is worse for the Russians: if the Ukrainians hit it, it’s a major victory. On the other hand, if the Russians blew up their own cruiser by accident, that means their navy is as rubbish as their army has proven to be. πŸ€”πŸ€­

    1. @Anthony Tromp US beat the Taliban after a couple weeks and held the country with a skeleton force. Deciding to leave is not militarily losing

    1. I don’t know what’s more embarrassing , if been attack by eukaryotic or that Russia made a mistake that explored in the shipπŸ™ˆ

    2. @Redser Youtube BS? I would personally rather be hit by an enemy than doomed by my military’s utter incompetence.

    1. Well I don’t know anyπŸ˜’ do know lots of people who are never right though😜allways willing to put them straight.😎

  4. According to Putin, they evacuated the ship because of a fire. Yea, when a missile hits a warship, there’s a fire.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    1. Joseph Ward Clark, born Jun 13, 1987.

      Died in Ukraine πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦

      Please pass the news to his family and friends. Funerals to be held in….

  5. If it wasn’t from a Ukrainian missile then that would mean that the warship actually did f*!k itself.

  6. If the Russian’s are claiming it was just an accidental fire, you can bet your house it was hit by Ukrainian cruise missiles These clowns couldn’t or wouldn’t tell the truth if you paid them.

  7. The fact that Ukraine was able to damage a ship named “Moskva (Moscow)” is a humiliation on another level.

  8. This is very interesting, following the death of one of their Black-Sea fleet second-in -command (I think it was) a few weeks ago.

  9. “Igor, send our missiles towards our own ships!”
    “But that’s crazy”
    “Igor don’t worry, we blame Ukraine”
    “oh, that’s clever !”

  10. Way to go Ukraine!!!πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ keep doing what takes to protect your Country…we stand with Ukraine πŸ‘πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦

  11. The longer term impact of this ship being out of service is loss of sea control. Russian operations in southern Ukrainian are dependent on logistic from the sea. Without warships the Russian landing ships are vulnerable.

  12. The Ukrainians CLEARLY understand the power of propaganda in this war. They didn’t just target whatever ship was easiest to hit, or whichever ship posed the most immediate military threat. They targeted the Black Sea Fleet FLAGSHIP. These guys know what they’re doing! Slava Ukraini!

    1. @ALWAYS BE READY They have real time satellite imagery coming in direct from japan 24/7. Better than Russia has!

    2. @PCBacklash I knew that was Christopher Hitchens in your profile pic. Good observation, too. The Ukrainians are cold & calculated towards the Russians during this war. They’re cool as a fan out there killing thousands of them & depleting their resources like we’re never seen in recent history. The amount of captured & destroyed equipment & weapons is staggering. It’s unreal how versatile & effective they are.

    1. so from a Missile Cruiser to Fish Tank in one easy move …great thinking on Russia’s part 😁

  13. I dont think people realize the significance of the name. Ship Moskva, means Moscow. The russian spelling is the same for both names, its just the translation that makes it seem like different names.

  14. It’s hard to take that general seriously when he points to the RBU-6000s at the front and calls them S300s which are, in fact, located at the back of the ship.

  15. Besides being the largest Russian ship, “Moskva” also had the best anti-air and anti-missile defense with S-300 mid-range missiles. After it was sunk, all the remaining Russian ships at Black Sea become even more vulnerable as they all have short range AA protection or none.

    1. Joseph Ward Clark, born Jun 13, 1987.

      Died in Ukraine πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦

      Please pass the news to his family and friends. Funerals to be held in….

  16. Ukraine defense is actually smart to say that missile was a “Neptune, as they call it, most likely not, but sounds better, never the less. In MHO it was an Exocet or some other, recently acquired anti-ship missile U.A received from the west. As stated below by others, if Russia spent the designated oil money on weapon developments and purchases, instead of spending it on Super-yachts, they could of stand a chance, but just like Russian tanks, their ships are like sitting ducks on water to a modern, laser-guided anti-ship missile.
    Hope the crew was saved at least, and if my prediction is right, this is not the last ship Russia will lose on the Black sea. Thanks for the update CNN

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