I don't have too much in my folder, so i'm not going to be able to post very much stuff.
He's shouting for some 'H.E'
High Explosive rounds, those C-RAMs fire all of their rounds in like, <15 seconds, so they need to be constantly loaded if they're under heavy mortar or rocket fire.
the webm has absolutely nothing to do with muslims. its from the russian ukraine war. you can blatantly tell by the footage
didn't hear it.
and if it did exist then its muslims killing russians which hasn't happened since chechnya which was like 20 fucking years ago and the video footage is clearly recent. i dont think there is an allah who akbar and if there was one then it was sarcastic. either way the video title "russians exterminating muslims" is utterly false. if anything its the other way around if your claim to allah who akbar in the background is true, which it doesn't seem to be.
tldr: its from ukraine, if there is an allah who akbar is probably sarcastic
yeah except for his fucking neck hole ans other related neck innards. Fucking savages. decapitation, and such at a personal level where he is doing it with knife in hand, has always disgusted me.
there is no allah who akbar i couldn't even hear it. and if it did exist then it would prove the point that the video DEF. isn't russians killing chechens. either way the footage is recent, its not from one of those very old conflicts you are bringing up
There is very distinct "allahu ackbar" at 0:01. The other voices are distinctly Russian. The guys don't look like Muslims at all. The guys at the wall though I can't tell. Don't look like Ukrainian soldiers at all. And why would rebels kill anyone else?
The "Donbass swine" are people who basically fed Ukraine before the war. Donetsk was the most industrialized, major donor region, the largest export producer. As a donor, it was sucked of money by Kiev so hard that it rebelled immediately when the govt weakened.
In the war in Ukraine, both sides yell "Allah Akbar" to just because they think it's funny. Plus both sides use Chechen's.
Also The Seps. have been known to shoot prisoners. Most notably wounded, machine gunners, and snipers.
Motorola admired to shooting 15 POWs and something like 13% of all returned Ukrainian POWs have reported seeing executions.
That was an estimate from 10 years ago by an Estonian who is known for fear-mongering towards Islam and Russia.
The Wikipedia article refers to more recent and reliable sources, so I choose to believe it.
Ukrainians are definitely happy to part with Russian "culture" but Donbass rebels are clearly not Ukrainians anymore, not that they were far off from Russian to begin with. And do you really think more exploitation is a fine trade for "protection" from anti Russian rhetoric?
This is chechnya you retard.
Here's an article from 2009 covering the execution you stupid Ukraine loving faggot.
>chechnya which was like 20 fucking years ago and the video footage is clearly recent
refer to webm related, also chechnya, quality the same.
The EU and NATO will never acknowledge this as a legitimate addition of territory, so the sanctions will linger indefinitely. In order to offset the damage being done by the sanctions you can bet Donbass is gonna get taxed to shit
I wouldn't go so far as to say they do nothing at all, especially since they don't have a bunch of satellites to exploit anymore. That being said, the UN, EU, and NATO are all a bunch of ball-less pussies who won't stand for international law
I don't support any war except the war on terrorism. I'd rather the Donbass conflict was handled peacefully. Sadly, the US exerts pressure on Kiev to continue the conflict to further sever Russia's market from Europe to ease the signing of the Transatlantic deal.
honestly, the general opinion is mix with some people saying they're hurting the Russian economy, and some saying they're just hurting the sanctioners. In the long run they won't matter a whole lot since no one has the balls to stop this illegal annexation through force, even though maybe only 7 or so countries in the UN actually see the annexation as legitimate
How could it have been handled peacefully though? It all started when masked troops waltzed into Crimea and pissed on international law and a few treaties in the process. Then the Donbass dindus just started clearing the way for Russians to waltz into Ukrainian territory. If I saw people opening the way for an enemy to enter my territory, I'd see that as an act of war.
The forward sanctions only hurt a bunch of govt officials and large businessmen. The counter-sanctions hurt business and people on both sides, but they somewhat help Russia's local producers to develop. They will be removed altogether, because sooner or later, the Europe's producers would wage civil war on politicians. Pragmatism will prevail over ideology talks. No one really cares about Crimea because Crimea doesn't really (and won't) suffer.
they don't want there supportes to start masterbating while watching propaganda
The govt should've recognized DNR and LNR. Abstained from the military operation. Initiated talks about larger autonomy of Donetsk and Luhansk inside Ukraine and possibly federalization. Tried to coerce them with European values, Eurointegration, etc.
If the Maidan events with all the violence, forcible removal of the govt. are legitimate, then the DNR and LNR events too are legitimate.
Honestly both sides handled it poorly. The Ukies were too quick on the draw and overall ill equipped to seriously fight rebels in an urban environment, and the DNR and LNR were a bit too aggressive, for lack of a better term, with their movements, moving quickly to gain Russian support which makes it look more like a Russian sponsored rebellion more than a popular uprising
The Western media has made much and more to enforce the illusion of Russian aggression. There are big money involved in the Translatlantic treaty which work very hard to sever Europe from Russian markets, sway the balance of traders vs producers in Europe towards traders and make the treaty signed thus securing a new market for the US, because US's internal market is saturated. The US exerts tremendous political pressure on Kiev.
US doesn't give a shit about Ukraine. It gives a shit about the Transatlantic treaty. Ukraine is a tool to force the EU to impose sanctions and stop as much cooperation with Russia as possible.
Undermined? Yeltsin threw fucking conscripts at them in a dense urban center, the conscripts got fucked, then they leveled Grozny making it utterly indefensible. Literally the only reason more conscripts didn't get rekt
Chechen wars in a nutshell.
First of all, since ancient times and up to 1990s, the society in Chechnya was clan-based. Clans warred against each other, remembered hudred-year old grudges, etc. In other words, the society wasn't united.
After the dissolution of the USSR, a vacuum of power was created. In Checnya, there were people who had an idea of uniting the society, making it monolithic. The only possibility they saw was a cataclysm - a war agains a common enemy.
With help of sponsors from certain Muslim states, they spread radical islam which resulted in violent ethnic cleanings against Russians in Grozny and in the republic in general.
They seized power, and declared independence. The atrocities towards Russian population urged the then Russia's president Yeltsin (an alcoholic liberal who was installed with help from the West) to start an operation to recapture the republic. The military was in a disarray from the dissolution of the USSR, the operation was badly planned and executed and was a failure. The republic became de-facto independent. It wasn't a well-functioning state though because the leaders were islamic combatants, not polititians.
In 2000, Putin, the genius of geopolitics, somehow found a way to convert one of the Chechen combatant commanders, a descendant of a respected clan, Akhmad Kadyrov, who had enough religious authority to rule the republic.
As a response to the invasion of neighbouring Dagestan (a part of Russia) by Chechen militants, a well-planned offensive ("The Second Chechen war") was conducted and the respublic has been successfully recaptured and restored a subject of Russian Federation under Kadyrov. Kadyrov succeeded to counter the radical Islam and pacify the population.
Currently, his son, Ramzan Kadyrov is ruling and is very loyal to Putin.
Nah sorry, I know it was some old funk/blues song one of the anons had a link to the youtube vid of the song it, had a vinyl print on the cover as a pic for the vid. Wish I had saved the vid.
I'll keep digging around though
Are you fucking retarded? That won't change the zero, all it does it wind on some deflection. If he's done his scope properly and can even vaguely remember how much the cunt wound it, he can just wind it back off again.
Once you zero a rifle at the range you want, you then zero the turret knobs. You loosen the turret knob /or take it off and put the knob back on the way you want. The turret knob could say 0 yrds and be zero'd at 300 yards.
It's no big deal to get the scope back to normal.
What can cause damage is turning a turret knob to its limit.
MLRS. Because fuck you and everything within 28 square miles of you
One launcher firing twelve rockets can completely blanket one square kilometerwithsubmunitions. For this reason, the MLRS is sometimes referred to as the "Grid Square Removal System" (metricmaps are usually divided up into 1km grids), or "city eraser".A typical MLRS cluster salvo consisted of three M270 vehicles each firing all 12 rockets. With each rocket containing 644 M77 cluster munitions, the entire salvo would drop 23,184 grenades in the target area. Each rocket is 13 feet long, weighs 3690 pounds, has a range of 300 km, a flight ceiling of 60 km, and cost $119,500 per unit
Sweet Jesus. Forget WWI... can you imagine what a military engagement between 2 modern conventional militaries would look like? And thats BEFORE we start dropping tactical nukes nerve gas and biological weapons. The opening hours of the war would kill more men than WWII and Nam combined.
One of them knife attacks in Jerusalem, an off duty policemen shot 2 muslim girls that attacked bystanders. Funny thing the old man they stabbed was a palestinian they mistaken for an Israeli.
are you that dumb that in war there are rules ? really? main goal in a war is to win the enemy by any means, not the follow some peace time regulations, if that was the case there would be no wars, which means no profits. Get your head out of your god damn ass.
mothefucker still thinks there are commies left AHAHAHAHAHA he must some some fat-walmart-bought-gun-noammo-fuck
i'm sure if i look hard enough i'll see some indians exterminating some fat fuck muricans for their land ayy lmao
It's supposed to juxtapose the sort of jolly and happy tone of the music with the realities of war.
It was used in Fallout to draw a comparison between pre-nuclear holocaust and post nuclear holocaust as well.
There are rules. If the war is fairly local and you are using the forbidden methods of war, you risk to damage your ties with the world. That's unless you aren't a superpower, in which case you're afraid of nothing. A superpower though won't be endangered enough to resort to weapons of mass destruction.
To give insights in "allahu ackbar" from the ukrainian crisis, Its a wordplay pun that they use meaning "Ana, I'm going to the bar!" at the same time fool whoever they're fighting into thinking they are fighting chechens or muslims because its funny and motorola's guys are fun to be around with
but anyways yeah that video is chechnya.
lol you can't just say 'no offense' then be straight up offensive.
No offense, but your opinion is retarded and you're a fuckwit.
Also, all traditions are a bit gay. Humanity was gay in the past.
The girl is the attorney (i think?) of crimea, she got fucked over by the ukranian government who tried to slander her so she joined the russians when they annexed the place, she was everyone's waifu for a while
Squad comes pretty close. It's not shit like missiles and stuff, but the sound effects for incoming gunfire is incredible.
That feel when you are running through the woods with your squad trying to flank an enemy position, and all of a sudden there's gunfire out of nowhere - your squad drops to the ground and there's a second of confusion before people start calling out over the mic that they're injured, they're down, bearings that the shots came from, etc.
When it goes right, Squad is probably my favourite shooter atm. Good enough to give an ex-military friend of mine pretty bad anxiety when he heard the gunfire.
>no such thing
implying countries follow the Geneva Convention to the T
>useless against a conventional military
only if every soldier has their NBCR gear on standby (they don't) and is constantly using a bio-strip, which doesn't detect every form of modern chemical
Do you also think that nobody will launch a nuke or any strike for that matter as long as the U.S. keeps piling up sanctions on them?