>been half a year already. >still no meaningful military victories against an enemy a fraction of the size

>been half a year already
>still no meaningful military victories against an enemy a fraction of the size
>economy is bleeding
>greatest ally Xi Jinping just kneeled to the USA
What's his endgame here?

  1. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Murderd by own cabinet i think

  2. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Obese & obsessed

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      nagger and get

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      Vodka and black

  3. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Bart's Fart and Shart, formerly Sneed's

  4. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    >its a feint
    >this is 4d chess, he is actually attacking New Zealand.
    >just 2 weeks and everything collapses

  5. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    >economy is bleeding
    lol

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      >its a feint
      >just 2 weeks

      • 6 days ago
        Anonymous

        Russia is a Socialist country run by Bolsheviks, so the government owns anything major, and they simply subsidize it

        • 6 days ago
          Anonymous

          >Russia is a Socialist country

          • 6 days ago
            Anonymous

            Try making a private company in Russia, you need gov approval for anything. China is more Capitalist than Russ

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      >guy who supports the country that was communist for 70 straight years has the understanding of economics of a 14 year old communist
      Quelle surprise.
      Here's a quiz for you: if you've turned your export market single buyer, and that single buyer is an economic rival, and you absolutely have to sell your product, what is the most likely result:
      a) you will make a great trade deal and make loads of money, because your rival is such a swell guy who can see the trouble you're in, or
      b) you are going to get your eyes ripped out in the worst and most extortionate trade deals in the history of trade deals.

      Bonus question: when was the last time the Power of Siberia Pipeline turned a profit for Russia (hint: trick question, the answer is at no point in its operational history).

      And here's another question for you: when Rosstat stops reporting on economic metrics impacted by the sanctions, with the reasonable explanation that it would be stupid to give the enemy an indication of what damage they are causing, and Rosstat then only releases data about economic metrics not impacted by sanctions and are completely open about this choice being the case, if you then take those metrics as evidence that the sanctions are not working, does that mean your IQ is 70 or 80?

      • 6 days ago
        Anonymous

        >guy who supports the country
        interesting strawman
        is it going to make my food go down the 35% its risen in 2 years?
        is it going to make my gas go down the 50% its risen in 2 years?
        is it going to make my country less leveraged by our dependence on chink manufacturing?
        no?
        oh

        • 6 days ago
          Anonymous

          The subject is the russian economy. The spectacular failures of your own elite in their choice to export your entire manufacturing to China, rendering you extremely vulnerable to increases in energy prices is both a tragedy and a farce, but has nothing to do with the fact that the russian economy is currently dying at a much greater speed than the rest of the world.

          • 6 days ago
            Anonymous

            >The subject is the russian economy
            No, the subject is that throwing stones from a glass house is fucking retarded
            We're bleeding, we've been bleeding
            It's irrelevant if Russia is also bleeding
            >is currently dying at a much greater speed than the rest of the world.
            Is it?
            You're valuation of them is based on your own broken currencies (which are no longer relevant to them) leading to a self-fulfilling sabotage; wherein you're incapable of even beginning to stem your own bleeding, because you're fixated on theirs out of spite.
            It's the ultimate flaw of globohomo, and it's not going to stop being exploited.

      • 6 days ago
        Anonymous

        Problems is as long as Russian man has strong cheap alcohol and a wife to beat he'll be happy, that's what their "culture" is all about

  6. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    I'll keep supporting Putin because he's Literally Me

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      saved

  7. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Conquering Donetsk, Luhansk is 96% under Russian authority, the eastern shores are completely controlled by Russia. Ukrainians are surrendering, majority of their army are freelance soldiers and western agents.

    How is that no military victory?

  8. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    amerishart moment

  9. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    >it's 4D chess if he succeeded to Blitz across Ukraine
    >it's 4D chess feint if he retreated
    >it's 4D chess posturing if he has a long drawn out war with unnecessary casualties

    To the Vatniks, Putin always has a plan, and everything is going according to his plan.

  10. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Vladimir Putin's endgame is that he will kill himself.

  11. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    the EU's economy is in the toilet cause Russia decided to no longer export oil to every member state. I know being of mixed breed makes you more prone to mental disabilities, so I'll break it down for you: the more this goes on for, the more instability it causes

  12. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Just two more weeks, ruZZia stronk!

  13. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    He figured he'd be done in a couple weeks. But as we all know, russians are fucking idiots when it comes to military strategies. Remember when they tried to invade finland?

  14. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Kek /k/ope shitposting on /misc/ is very cute. Good on you slavshits.

  15. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    He's just doing as his handlers tell him, sending the goypiggies to die in soviet era vehicles while world govs use the cover to starve out useless eaters. His end game is to eventually start WW3 in like 2 years

  16. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Cope tranny. Russia win. You tranny gay homosexuals lose and homosexual Marriage will never made legal in Russia.
    I come to western country and sex with your women. When my large penis but ltiny dick western homosexuals like you

  17. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    >russia keeps gaining ground
    >t-they're totally loosing you guise, total collapse in 2 more weeks
    how can one person be this delusional

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      >but they were supposed to win in 3 days

      • 6 days ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah if they waged war like america does, they were

        • 6 days ago
          Anonymous

          >nonono paper tiger america strong

          • 6 days ago
            Anonymous

            It's easy. All you have to do is carpet bomb the everliving shit out of helpless women and little children without ever actually stepping foot on their soil like a coward and their land will be yours in no time

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      >captured 0.04% of a country in a month
      so this is what winning looks like, woah

  18. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    CHINA NUMBA WAN
    CHINA THROW YOU OUT OF TAIWAN
    CHINA TAKE LIKE DID TO HONG KONG
    CHINA NOT YOURS TO BULLY
    CHINA STRONK
    YOU SMALL WEAK
    YOU DIE TO FENTANRL NOW
    HAHAHA
    CIA OPEN MOUTH
    NO MORE HONG KONG
    KYS BAHAHAHA STUPID ROOSER

  19. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    >/misc/ always questions everything the mainstream media pushes, even if it is just a regional thing
    >in the first time in history the entire MSM unanimously pushes that Russia is bad and Ukraine is good
    >alternative sources are unanimously banned in the name of free speech
    >Yes this must be true, just this once!

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      The problem is everyone is lying about everything all the time. The vatniks in /misc/ just make shit up about 4d chess with no backing in reality, while the others believe articles that are based on shit the ukkies made up. Its actually almost impossible to know what is going on.

      • 6 days ago
        Anonymous

        >4d chess with no backing in reality
        the reality is that ukies are slowly ground down and german economy is crumbling without russian energy and if it crashes it will take the EU and entire west with it

        • 6 days ago
          Anonymous

          >the entire western world is a house of cards built on top of Gasprom
          I used to think you vatniks were just trolling, but now I’m starting to believe you are all delusional retards.

          • 6 days ago
            Anonymous

            >the entire western world is a house of cards built on top of Gasprom
            not on gasprom per se but on cheap energy, without it germany will be fucked and since we live in a global economy it would trigger a global crash:
            >https://www.ft.com/content/18683e3a-a55f-4c0e-8e50-5539c8a276cd
            >The German bank warned on Wednesday of a “severe recession” in the country if Russia cuts off gas supplies, saying it could trigger an economic crisis similar “to the one that occurred after the financial crisis in 2009”.
            >all delusional retards.
            yep we don't need no stinking oil, let's stick it to putin brah

            • 6 days ago
              Anonymous

              >Yep we don't need no stinking oil
              Go green! You don't like it, too bad, no more oil. Can't afford 40,000 dollars for an electric car? You're gonna have to walk. Have a truck? Gotta buy our brand new expensive electric one and get rid of that old one and this needs to be done with all your trucks by a set and arbitrary date.

  20. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Ukraine is over, vatnaggers said so

  21. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Kvetch harder fags.

  22. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Cope loser

  23. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    >Took criimea already
    >Is still standing despite massive sanctions
    >Has sunk deep and invested in anyone who will trade with them, trades much more with china now
    >Will take the next chunk of ukraine soon
    This was the obvious thing that was going to happen, did zoomers really believe that wars started and ended in 3 days? From the start russia and ukraine had different goals, the goal of ukraine was to hold on for as long as possible to make russia think twice about invading again, the goal of russia was to invade and take over. Ukraine could accomplish its objective while still losing the war so that's what's going to happen, all that matters now is how long they want to drag it out to deter russia from invading again soon. The longer they hold out the less russia wants to invade next time and the more they have to invest in it, otherwise russia could just take the whole of ukraine at once. For russia they just need to win, which they were always going to do anyway. There was never any chance for ukraine to win and no amount of underage / redditors will change this.

    Basically most of nu-pol are a bunch of media-fed retards that can't actually tell what the intent is behind a country's actions unless the news tells them. It was always obvious that russia would eventually win, the question was how long and what would they do 10 years from now, invade again or just drop it?

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      To add on to this, I will drop some information that is obvious to everyone here who isn't underage / low IQ / a redditor, war isn't about big military wins or amazing tactical maneuvers or having a positive k/d or anything like that, it is a matter of logistics.
      Russia population - 140 million
      Ukraine - 40 million
      Russia GDP per capita - 10,000 usd
      >Ukraine spent $5.9 billion on its military in 2021, less than one tenth of Russia's budget, according to SIPRI
      Less than 1/3 of russia's population, roughly 1/3 of their GDP per capita, much worse economy and logistical capacity. Ukraine loses. Despite what reddit thinks Ukraine has already lost. Russia can fight a lot longer than them and with a lot more than them, Russia has also been spending more consistently on its military year after year. The money simply isn't there for ukraine, they cannot fix the problem of money and population overnight no matter what happens, even if they could they do not want to commit to winning the fight as hard as russia does, russia needs to take territory, ukraine needs to put up a good fight but still lose territory.
      It's over.
      Ukraine - 3,000 usd

      • 6 days ago
        Anonymous

        >Ukraine spent $5.9 billion on its military in 2021, less than one tenth of Russia's budget, according to SIPRI
        you forgot the billions in weapons and financial aid they received from the west, without it they would collapse already

      • 6 days ago
        Anonymous

        but what is russia winning? even if they somehow managed to build the infrastructure to extract the natural resources from occupied territory (which are in artillery range), that still wouldn't offset the losses of foreign investment pulling out completely.
        russia also cannot domestically produce the imports they were relying on, how are they going to fix this?

        >Is still standing despite massive sanctions
        sanctions don't show massive effects over night, a country has a lot of inertia and can keep rolling for quite a while, but I would say even now we are already seeing quite significant effects.
        when irreplacable parts start breaking down and industries start collapsing, what then? how is fucking around in ukraine going to help with this fact?
        sure china exists, but i also wouldn't see it as a win being completely dependant on china after taking parts of ukraine.

        • 6 days ago
          Anonymous

          >But what is russia wining?
          A small piece of ukraine
          >How are they going to fix this?
          They aren't.
          Doesn't matter what they can do with the land, how much it costs them, anything of that nature, they'll win because they need to. They can't go home without a win after sinking so much into it. It might hurt their economy and long term position but short-term they can't take the huge loss of face that not winning the war would bring. They might lean on china's allies like India and south america more, the USA and europe have mostly neglected relations with the smaller / more impoverished countries that china has happily scooped up into its influence, Russia will piggyback on that and try to gain at least something from it.

          • 6 days ago
            Anonymous

            fair enough.

          • 6 days ago
            Anonymous

            About what I think as well.

  24. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Both Russia and China are failing countries. Massive GDP contraction in both shitholes.

  25. 6 days ago
    Anonymous
    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      It never stops being funny how much monke putin makes vatnaggers seethe

  26. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    I honestly dunno either side's endgame here.

  27. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    >>been half a year already
    Typical American with 0 attention span, obsessed with instant gratification. Russia has all the time in the world.
    no meaningful military victories against an enemy a fraction of the size
    They're about to take over the entirety of Donbas. They're sieging Bakhmut as we speak. Slavyansk and Kramatorsk are the last strongholds.
    is bleeding
    Russia is entirely self sufficient. They produce their own food, oil, gas, etc... So much so, that they export it. Everything is projection that collapsing countries do, especially Germany, who's dependent on Russian gas and is going to go cold this winter.
    ally Xi Jinping just kneeled to the USA
    China's playing the long game, it won't attack the US or Taiwan. It won't fall for the US' provocations. They will keep strengthening their regional ties and fuck up trade with you so bad, that the average US citizen is going to feel the pain and won't be able to tolerate all of the theft by their government anymore.

    >in b4 cope
    2 more weeks. Don't worry about it.

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      >Russia has all the time in the world.

      >running a deficit for the first time in years
      >foreign currency reserve depleting at record rate despite highest energy prices of all time
      >domestic manufacture down 97% in some areas and 40-50% in many more
      >worst performing stock market in the entire world despite draconic gigacommunist capital control
      >Rouble exchange rate holding fast because domestic businesses are forced at gunpoint to buy their monopoly money artificially increasing demand
      >46% of the russian economy is dependent on supply chains and foreign technology they are now cut off from
      Yeah no, they're fucked beyond belief, and only someone with the understanding of economics of a 14 year old communist fails to see it.

      >Russia is entirely self sufficient
      In food, oil and gas, yes.
      The russian economy was genuinely autarkic during the soviet years. It was shitty, there were shortages, but they were completely self-sufficient. The rise in standard of living since the fall of the soviet union is 100% predicated on not being economically isolated from the west, and they've now gone full retard and become exactly that, but without the same autarkic economy they had during the soviet years.

      Russia is dependent on foreign technology. One of the reasons that they are making no money selling gas to china is that the Kovykta fields in eastern siberia is not producing any, because they do not have the technology to extract it. The germans do.

      Yes, Russia has all the time in the world, but will revert to soviet-era lack of prosperity, and will grow weaker than they have ever been before. Having enough food and energy for your own people makes you self-sufficient. It does not allow you to remain a player on the global stage.

  28. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    retard

    this war was over since it began, just look at how our politicians talk about it...

  29. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Russians are way too outnumbered in Ukraine and arent carpet bombing ukrainian cities
    by this rate they will run out of ammunition and fuel by March

  30. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Buy an ad already.

  31. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    End game. What's the end game in participating in an online casino?

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