Gee, that’s a shame.
This is a rather diabolical plot.
I wonder what country has a history of poisoning people it wants to get rid of. Hmmm. Who could that be?
Revenge is a dish best served ice cold.
The wicked snowstorm continues.
Clothes frozen on his body.
A protest likely tolerated by the authorities.
Reportedly, the photos were taken in Russian Izhevsk, Oryol, Barnaul, Krasnodar and Amur regions. Earlier, relatives of the mobilized have published a manifest and petition against mobilization without time limits and demand to bring their relatives home. They call mobilization "a horrible mistake" and remind that Putin promised there would be no mobilization.
This one done blowed up real nice. The Akatsiya is a 152 mm self-propelled howitzer.
Avdiivka: “Their losses here are just enormous, but they’re still crawling and crawling. They go on the offensive every day, no matter what the weather, no matter what the casualties. They literally walk over the dead bodies, just over the wounded, over the dead bodies. They don’t care.”
Firing from a tower gives you an advantage … until you are discovered.
A Ukrainian drone hits a Russian BTR armed with an anti-drone gun.
Hit it with a Javelin and see who prevails.
Imagine being stuck in a place that sucks so badly you don’t care if a kamikaze drone comes for you.
The glamorous life of a Russian soldier on the left bank.
Caption: I’m going to send your daddy to Ukraine.
I guess they plan to use these to sink Ukraine’s aircraft carriers.
The big bad wolf swears he has no intention of blowing down the houses of any pigs.
A Scooby van, aka Loaf, waits for a drone to come along and put it out of its misery.
When your morning commute includes having to get out and push.
Trailer for an upcoming film about Christmas in Ukraine. Be sure to have the audio on.
The music was written by Ukrainian composer Mykola Leontovych in 1916 and called "Shchedryk." It tells the story of a swallow flying into a home as a sign for a plentiful and bountiful year. The title comes from the Ukrainian word for "bountiful.” The song was later adapted into an English Christmas carol with different lyrics and became “Carol of the Bells.”