@Trollstoy88 The fun thing is that the only russians that knew how to use it likely died over a scrap of land in Ukraine, so it's basically a museum piece now.
@elonmusk And yet, somehow you found the kremlin line on the russia-Ukraine conflict 🤦
@blackintheempir Read history, speak to people on the ground on both sides and hear their testimony. Listen direct to military and political analysts; read action reports and come to your own conclusions about which seem reliable. You'll still support Ukraine but you'll understand why.
@elonmusk @RenataKonkoly @ThorstenBasch @spideycyp_155 @BillyM2k Probably not, but it'll distract them from what they are doing in Ukraine and they'll either pull out and regroup or screw themselves even harder into an impossible position. The latter it isn't sustainable and the likelihood of collapse increases, which is the ideal outcome.
@thechillchair I love that they think that anybody's impressed with that moped engine with wings that only works on civilians. As long as they stay that dumb Ukraine will be fine.
@charliebilello You can say what you like. Doesn't make it the right answer though. The quickest way out is to increase weapon deliveries to Ukraine so they can push the russians out faster. Anything short of that just sets us up for another round when russia thinks it's saying enough again.