1. @Jens Wetter Imagine surviving a war just to slip on a pencil and fall through a plate glass window….and then get stabbed in the neck by said pencil on the way down.

    2. @Kermit T. Frog very, very well said. we need to hold onto our rights and our democracy with a death grip. because losing it is a road to russian-style-ruin.

    1. @Mirian Nuñezвойна идёт долго, поскольку все «коммуникации» были построены СССР, а это была приграничная зона, поэтому строили советы инфраструктуру отлично. Ну и действует Россия максимально, как мне кажется, и насколько это возможно, аккуратно, чтобы погибло как можно меньше гражданских, потому что огромное количество россиян имеют родственников на Украине и также большое число украинцев живет в России. И большинство все таки поддерживают связь, несмотря на войну. И, например, применение ковровых бомбардировок (как сделали США в Ираке) будет сложно объяснить гражданам России и не вызвать массовых волнений

    2. It does not matter what the purpose of the United States-Nato military invasion and occupation of Afghanistan was. It WAS a war the western invaders lost after having occuppied Afghanistan for almost 20 years. And the foreign military intruders were fighting against a foe, the Afghani mountain fighters, who gave the occuppiers no rest, no respite. An army of peasants and shepherds who had no Navy, no Air Force, no nuclear weapons, and yet managed through sheer courage and determination to wear out the foreign imperialist forces who in the end realized the futility of their wasted efforts. It is not in vain that Afghanistan is described as “The Graveyard of Empires”. Before that conflict there was Vietnam. An army of peasants and rice growers who were militarily inferior to the foreign imperialist hordes and their military might again managed through sheer courage and determination to wear out the foreign invaders until they realized the futility of their wasted efforts. And the casualties of war suffered by the invaders in Vietnam and Afghanistan were terrible, despite the fact that they were militarily stronger.

    3. @Tara Reed I do not understand the Russian language, so what you wrote me is lost. I do not know if you understood my points, but the fact that you wrote me means that you have either some knowledge of the English language or you used a translation. Are you able to translate what you wrote into English? If not, then have a wonderful day and may God bless you always.

    1. @Jens Wetter The longer original video has the parachute, but in this video you can just about see it at the very top of the smoke cloud as the video cut ends.

    2. @Data He turned away because the missile’s exhaust could hit him in the face if he just stood there. It had nothing to do with exposing his position.

    3. @Djamonja  Wasn’t it already far enough away for that to not be an issue? I’ve never fired one of these, just got trained on AT-4 where we were trained to take cover after firing. 🤷

    1. @My name is no one’s business Well that why Jesus Christ says President Trump and Vice President Katie Lake inauguration day 1/20/2005 ! 🙏🇺🇸🇮🇹🇲🇽

    1. @Nils — That makes sense. Thanks for the correction. Didn’t think it would be too clever to fire a recoilless rifle from a confined space like a small room!

    1. @Edward Brown show me a drug war that’s ever been successful honestly. The best way to win a drug war is to legalize drugs

    2. @92egehrke  Drug wars are successful for the drug cartels. It’s a never-ending battle for those who oppose them and don’t beat them at their own game by legalizing drug use (at perhaps, the expense of users and society at large).

  1. Thank you Erin for this report, I just want to throw up after watching how innocent, not now they aren’t it’s disgusting to use children. I hope Americans are watching because if rump roast and Ron DiSaster get anywhere near the Whitehouse with there Maga goonies this is what they will do to us. Slava Ukraine 🇺🇦 and God bless America 🇺🇸

    1. Слава России! 🇷🇺❤️ Смерть укро-американскому олигархическому нацизму!

    2. You are so right! Can’t people see this? Our future, freedom and security are literally on the line. I’m in awe over how brave and unified the Ukrainians are and how much they love their Country. Contrast that with the very idea that we are talking about MAGA, WOKE and the Ego’s of 2 wanna be dictators dividing our Country. Have all the guardrails come off? Glory to Ukraine and God help out fragile Democracy!

  2. ‘Whoever occupies a territory also imposes on it his own social system as far as his army can reach”. Stalin. “The Soviet Union’s great strength as an occupying power was its ability to corrupt local elites, to turn them into collaborators, who willingly oppressed their own people.” Anne Applebaum.

    1. The Soviet Union no longer exists, as Communism was “decapitated” when the so-called “Iron Curtain” fell. As for Anna Apfelbaum, I personally desagree with her on number of subjects.

    2. In every civilised society there are persons who want power over you. They are not hard to find.
      If you mercilessly brutalised humanity, like dictatorial regimes do, its better to be with that regime than against it. It is not too difficult a choice.

  3. That’s not recoil. Rockets don’t kick like bullets. The guy turns away either to grab another launcher or to move out before the arrival of incoming counter fire.

  4. Stand with our Ukrainian friends.Aways protect freedom & democracy! Send our jets over. God Bless you & your families all. We 🙏 for you always. ❤

  5. What an amazing place this world would be if we all could realise that our planet is a teeny tiny blue marble in the middle of nowhere and we only have each other to sink or swim together.

    1. John Martyn sang

      “It’s one world, like it or not
      It’s one world, believe it or not
      It’s one world”

      I keep thinking of all the ordinary people in this world, across all nations, who only want to get on with their lives, without war, and if they can find any spare energy, to try and work together on what we need to do to for the human race to have a future on this planet (which will go on quite happily without us)

    2. @The Real Ando I don’t think most people do. I don’t think most people can think far beyond their own base needs.

  6. I said a month ago, that prigozhin was walking himself into a dead end, literally. I suspect it is getting close now.

  7. When you are grabbed off the street, stuffed into a bus under armed guard, and sent to front, I’m not sure I would call that “recruitment”.

  8. This reminds me of the German Nazis, teaching the children to fight and organizing Russian Wagner youth groups to fight.

    1. Don’t worry.. that day is coming. Do you really believe we are not planning things? 😉 Watch this space.

  9. This is why good will always triumph over evil

    It’s all down to putting your heart & soul into it

    You BELIEVE what your doing is right & you BELIEVE you cannot let the other side win

    Slava Ukraini!

  10. It was said in this report that Bakhmut has been fought over for two months. The battle for Bakhmut began in August, 2022. It has been more than seven months.

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