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The Telegraph

Жыл бұрын

Day 278. Today, we bring you the latest military and diplomatic updates from the invasion of Ukraine and we analyse the rise of Ukraine’s maritime drone forces that’s challenging the Russian fleet in the Black Sea.
Contributors:
David Knowles (Host). @DJKnowles22 on Twitter.
Dominic Nicholls (Associate Editor). @DomNicholls on Twitter.
Francis Dearnley (Assistant Comment Editor). @FrancisDearnley on Twitter.
Roland Oliphant (Senior Foreign Correspondent). @RolandOliphant on Twitter.
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@brigidinKC
@brigidinKC Жыл бұрын
I'm listening to your excellent podcast from Missouri, USA.
@alicesmith6750
@alicesmith6750 Жыл бұрын
Thanks for such great content, it's certainly needed and refreshing to have. From: North Carolina, U.S.A.
@big1dog23
@big1dog23 Жыл бұрын
Send Ukraine 1/10th of the US Navy budget and get this over with.
@EhEhEhEINSTEIN
@EhEhEhEINSTEIN Жыл бұрын
Or if Canada wanted to send a container ship full of Seadoos...
@davidelliott5843
@davidelliott5843 Жыл бұрын
HIMARS and 155 shells are expensive but much stuff US is sending was written down years ago. e.g. they stopped using Stinger missiles 20 years ago. They’ve also bought a fair bit of Soviet/Russian hardware that Ukraine are trained to use but that won’t have cost silly money.
@dearmas9068
@dearmas9068 Жыл бұрын
@@davidelliott5843 isnt it amazing how the weapons the West are retiring are absolutely crushing Russia's entire military, even in the hands of a military that had never even seen those weapons before?
@kevinstevens5309
@kevinstevens5309 Жыл бұрын
@big1dog23 I agree, 100%. Our military budget could have ended this long ago. Why haven't we? I saw info about 7 US companies supplying Russia with chips that work with Russian missiles' versions of GPS. Saw pics in a destroyed missile... could have been faked along with the info. What are your thoughts?
@mickmccrohon
@mickmccrohon Жыл бұрын
they have sent US$100 Billion and still, Ukraine is a lost cause. No amount of money can save Ukraine now.
@Serg_Bro
@Serg_Bro Жыл бұрын
Thanks friends for support Ukraine! ✊👍✌️♥️🇺🇦
@vepraksoldat2963
@vepraksoldat2963 Жыл бұрын
I support Ukraine, not the Banderovites in Charge
@Serg_Bro
@Serg_Bro Жыл бұрын
@@vepraksoldat2963 Stepan Bandera was in a German prison because he did not want to cooperate with the Germans, and was later killed by a KGB agent because he fought against the USSR. He fought for a free Ukraine, both against some invaders and against others, and for Ukrainians he is a hero and an example of patriotism! The fight against the image of Stepan Bandera continues to this day in Russia, they have at the level of ideology to destroy everything that can be heroic for the Ukrainian people! Don't fall victim to their propaganda! ✌️🇺🇦
@vepraksoldat2963
@vepraksoldat2963 Жыл бұрын
@@Serg_Bro Stephan Bandera and his movement under UPA killed millions of Jews, thousands of Poles and Russians. Yes he spend 3 years in jail for trying to play both sides and Germans caught him. 1944 they let him go to fight the Soviets. Can't support the Murderer N@zi Stefan Bandera and his likes. He should have been hunged, not just shot.
@PlanetFrosty
@PlanetFrosty Жыл бұрын
Operator Starsky’s new heavy metal band is named CRUSHING RUSSIANS! Quite effective in name and deed!
@marklisa17
@marklisa17 Жыл бұрын
Faultless future insight into Ukrainian fighting stance during a really tough winter against the hideous creatures of the russian command. Thx Team. Brisbane, Australia. 🔱🇺🇦 🇭🇲
@b.rocket
@b.rocket Жыл бұрын
American here and absolutely love Dom's insights and humor. 🇺🇸❤️🇬🇧❤️🇺🇦 Also I wish we should arm their drones with missiles. And give them some Tomahawk Cruise missiles.
@fernandapereiragaetani9509
@fernandapereiragaetani9509 Жыл бұрын
🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦no negociations untl russia go away from ukraine!!!!
@chrislivingstone2947
@chrislivingstone2947 Жыл бұрын
As always great to listen to, from Brisbane
@whyukraine
@whyukraine Жыл бұрын
Sea Doo had sales shops in Kyiv before the war. Probably Odessa too. They also sold snowmobiles and Can-Am motorcycles.
@paulmakinson1965
@paulmakinson1965 Жыл бұрын
Those naval drones are probably being tested. A swarm of them could overwhelm defenses just with sheer numbers. Imagine what drone submersibles would be able to do.
@thatguy4075
@thatguy4075 Жыл бұрын
Precisely my own thought, the Ukrainians are developing it at warp speed, and design evolutions will come from it. These are not the final version and the development of these is absolutely fascinating 👍
@davidelliott5843
@davidelliott5843 Жыл бұрын
It’s almost a submersible as-is. But if it could dive under the ship before exploding, we would see small torpedo types of damage.
@obriets
@obriets Жыл бұрын
I can see one of these with a harpoon launcher.
@meanjohnn8750
@meanjohnn8750 Жыл бұрын
Ukraine has submersible drone/torpedo system being sent to them very soon, I believe they are sent from Sweden, but I may be incorrect on the source country
@michealrcnicholson9342
@michealrcnicholson9342 Жыл бұрын
Yeah, but only at sea! The real war is on land.
@sherrillwhately7586
@sherrillwhately7586 Жыл бұрын
Dom is so funny 😂. I love the way he expresses himself!
@carmenlatorre3129
@carmenlatorre3129 Жыл бұрын
God bless Ukraine
@SL-sd3sg
@SL-sd3sg Жыл бұрын
Ingenuity of Ukrainians, excellent! 💙💛🇬🇧
@peteg6118
@peteg6118 Жыл бұрын
Germany needs to step up.
@davidelliott5843
@davidelliott5843 Жыл бұрын
The new drone boats need to dive under the ship when attacking. Exploding underwater has a much bigger effect that popping off alongside.
@a705fay
@a705fay Жыл бұрын
magnetic crawler system on the drone?
@Edo9River
@Edo9River Жыл бұрын
Attacks at night In choppy waves would seem to me to be more difficult to spot and much more difficult to intercept. There should also be dummy drones to add deception. Additionally I would think some kind of camouflage against night optics would also be effective. If we expect an immanent play for launching a new wave of guided missile attacks tomorrow, there will probably be a great opportunity
@Matthew-wn8oq
@Matthew-wn8oq Жыл бұрын
Thanks man!
@anthonyalfredwhite
@anthonyalfredwhite Жыл бұрын
I love Dom, their resident military type.
@marymarlow3646
@marymarlow3646 Жыл бұрын
Me too!
@renegeorgesbillardbayle6894
@renegeorgesbillardbayle6894 Жыл бұрын
Excelent summary. Brilliant and knowledgeable personnalities. The whole world is involved in this desastrous Putin´s egocentric & unprovoked aggression. May seriously, God help us all.
@als3275
@als3275 Жыл бұрын
Rene Georges Billard Bayle I have a sneaking suspicion that your imaginary friend is merely an observer at best....
@anniesthamilton8250
@anniesthamilton8250 Жыл бұрын
IT is a great pleasure to listen to the reports delivered by this female reporter. She is Soo awesome!!?
@tonyharvey9916
@tonyharvey9916 Жыл бұрын
Excellent report
@mastercommander4535
@mastercommander4535 Жыл бұрын
Worth a mention that autonomous merchant vessels including small passenger ferries are now being trialled as well as small western naval vessels .Obvious implications for not too distant large naval “drone ships” undertaking war at sea type interactions.
@AutoReport1
@AutoReport1 Жыл бұрын
Clearly they missed the point that Ukraine 24 had been fundraising for a fleet of 100 of these USVs; and that the cost in "addition to the drone itself, which is equipped with autopilot features, video subsystems (including night vision), backup communication modules and combat functionality, this also includes the cost of a ground-based, autonomous control station, transportation and storage system, as well as a data processing center" is $250,000 each.
@thatguy4075
@thatguy4075 Жыл бұрын
These are initial versions of what may well be a model for such craft. A submersible or semi-submersible version would have an even lower profile and be more difficult to strike. If anti-helicopter systems were created this is potentially a new generation of stealthy strike means that spare the operator from physical presence To claim that it should be measured in terms of actual "KILLS" is nothing but semantics and word chopping! I would be embarrassed to have stated such a thing, because this IS a game changer, it has never been done like that before - but get ready to see it a lot PS: And all it takes is a cloud of fragments to chop helicopter rotors
@davidelliott5843
@davidelliott5843 Жыл бұрын
The drug cartels have shown its a small step from a shallow freeboard boat to one that runs with just a periscope and snorkel poking out.The next stage will be a boat that carries enough compressed air to run the engine long enough to dive underneath the target ship. 200kg of military explosive under the ship hull will do a huge amount of damage.
@Keithss1000
@Keithss1000 Жыл бұрын
Is it possible that the Kerch bridge was damaged with sea-drones?
@meanjohnn8750
@meanjohnn8750 Жыл бұрын
200kg payload,,,, 400km range, very possible imho, maybe more than 1 drone,,,,
@robertwilliams7350
@robertwilliams7350 Жыл бұрын
no
@ChuckAmadi
@ChuckAmadi Жыл бұрын
Don't care what it was. JUST do it again.
@meanjohnn8750
@meanjohnn8750 Жыл бұрын
Most of these usv are equipped with starlink antenna near the stern section, but not all, one image shows a different dual antenna setup, also video from russian port 700 km from odesa seems to indicate they are launched from another vessel, also very cool fp video of helicopter attempting intercept seems to indicate real time piloting to avoid incoming fire, jet ski can travel @ 100-120kmph with a 200kg payload I would expect this usv not planing to be considerably slower than that,
@MrSandancer
@MrSandancer Жыл бұрын
There was footage of two wakes being spotted by cameras on the bridge. Not a military man so don’t know how much explosives would have been needed.
@polarper8165
@polarper8165 Жыл бұрын
I wonder if anyone in Ukraine is checking the spread of Tuberculosis among Russian troops. I think there is a lot of drug resistant TB among Russian prisoners, not sure how isolated Wagner troops are or there is a chance of spread.
@paulmakinson1965
@paulmakinson1965 Жыл бұрын
Yes, antibiotic resistant TB has been a problem for at least 10 years in Russian prisons.
@davidelliott5843
@davidelliott5843 Жыл бұрын
I heard it’s a problem throughout Russia, not just in prisons. Only exceeded by alcohol dependence.
@meanjohnn8750
@meanjohnn8750 Жыл бұрын
This is evidence that Wagner/rashists are using bioweapons in ukraine, some captured wagnerites/convict-conscripts also have hepatitis, russian blood-type W may contain infectious disease 🤮
@davidlium9338
@davidlium9338 Жыл бұрын
The Ukrainians probably can’t check it. But since soldiers often live in very crowded conditions expect TB to spread among the Russian army.
@a705fay
@a705fay Жыл бұрын
@john richards not to mention covid
@zen4men
@zen4men Жыл бұрын
I envisage the most important develpment in radio-controlled explosive boats will be the ability to go to a specific position, where it submerges, and is brought to life as and when a suitable target is nearby. This would mean they would be almost undetectable, and if brought to life VERY close to the target, the response time would be greatly reduced.
@obriets
@obriets Жыл бұрын
The drone war between Azerbaijan and Armenia, as well as Afghanistan, were the early introductions. Ukraine is the full-blown outbreak of drone warfare.
@garyswift9347
@garyswift9347 Жыл бұрын
arm the "unmanned naval vessels" with missiles. Now we're talking about something interesting. Some could have a Stinger or Star Streak maybe? Others, perhaps an anti-tank missile?
@jamesmilton6529
@jamesmilton6529 Жыл бұрын
Even if it misses the Russian choppers will have to give the drones a wide berth.
@radical_truffle
@radical_truffle Жыл бұрын
Roland's final comment about response to MH17 - so True. This madness will stop when the west gets serious about stopping it. Thanks very much, team, as always :)
@nowheredotc0m
@nowheredotc0m Жыл бұрын
MH17 kangaroo court was a joke. No evidence and all the contradicting evidence was simply dismissed and never properly addressed (like the fact that the missile was Ukrainian, not seen in Russia since the 1980's and according to serial number was last sent to Ukraine). Defense could not even cross-examine or even interview the prosecutors witnesses (witnessess who were largerly just people kidnapped and tortured by the SBU who had nothing to do with the case). Not to mention that there was no motive and it was Kiev that redirected MH17 over a war zone in the first place (from its original course). This madness will stop when Russia will kick out NATO forces from Donbas and create 40-80km safe zone.
@brigitte2217
@brigitte2217 Жыл бұрын
Slava Ukraine 🇺🇦 🇩🇪
@duncanstewart6381
@duncanstewart6381 Жыл бұрын
The winter is showing her cards in late November. Temperatures outside are at freezing 🥶. The wind chill factor being even colder. The hazard is a major storm out of Mongolia dropping temps by about 20 degrees in winters there. In 3 weeks Winter will officially be the news as the ground freezes reliably. The short distances involved and smaller numbers of units in these battles... Make the winter travel conditions less decisive for the defenders. With good internal defensive lines. Good depth along the entire line. Requiring an occupation force to remain across 800 miles. The new firepower has made a real difference in battle since August 2022. Drones prevent a battle of the bulge ⛅ ❄. Dec. '44.
@jenniferpreston7191
@jenniferpreston7191 Жыл бұрын
God bless all
@thomasrush2095
@thomasrush2095 Жыл бұрын
The science of the sea drone has been slowly advancing ever since Sir Thomas Cochrane put that now famous lantern in a bucket to lure away pursuing ships.
@albertplumer
@albertplumer Жыл бұрын
Time to either ostrasizing nations that invade others or total takeover in bloodless coups. Russia still is in UN security council?? Why. Rather than kill ,stopping the starvation of two million every week might be a goal for the west to interfere in other nations. Billions available to make shareholders rich? End that.
@nicbayley2534
@nicbayley2534 Жыл бұрын
Roland’s final thought is pretty compelling - what was politically lacking at the time?
@SoloSailing77
@SoloSailing77 Жыл бұрын
The Kayaktar!
@treemanzoneskullyajan711
@treemanzoneskullyajan711 Жыл бұрын
Or those 1500 large calibre round's per second sentry guns
@georgeotieno3753
@georgeotieno3753 Жыл бұрын
The world should come up with an idea to stop this war
@andrewprentice4096
@andrewprentice4096 Жыл бұрын
Great idea
@rosecochran8894
@rosecochran8894 Жыл бұрын
Doing away with Russian dictators doesn't seem to have any effect. There is always one to replace the former. Would Ukraine take on the task of changing the course?
@davidjones3712
@davidjones3712 Жыл бұрын
Top of the range Sea-Doo is 20k. Add a starlink internet device from Elon Musk with remote control and explosive of your choice..... A more dramatic advance would be using a similar unmanned vehicle to carry a rocket or rockets and stand off from the target and launch the rockets....
@meanjohnn8750
@meanjohnn8750 Жыл бұрын
They aren't buying sea-doo though, only the engine and jet drive are sea doo(possibly fuel tank),the hull appears to be ukrainian version of a sea kayak, I like the rocket concept 🙂 these vessels have a 200kg payload capacity, maybe switchblade 600 launchers would be a cool addition, drones carrying drones,,,, just a thought🤔
@peceed
@peceed Жыл бұрын
Rockets are very expensive compared to these drones. The most serious improvement would be an electric homebrew torpedoes. Li-ion, electric engines, gyroscopes - all of this is dirty cheap now, wire guided torpedoes can be so much more efficient. The simplest improvement is using sinking bomb as warhead - deep detonation is so much more efficient, ideally warhead should be detonated under keel. These drones should work in semi-submersible mode, only snorkel, camera and antenna (flat) should be above water, as one stealh element. This would eliminate wake and wave drug.
@meanjohnn8750
@meanjohnn8750 Жыл бұрын
@@peceed these usv are jet drive, not propeller, the faster they travel, the more noticeable they would be,,,,
@peceed
@peceed Жыл бұрын
@@meanjohnn8750 Not really. They need minimize time between detection and hit. Semi-submersible drones can be very quick because they have no wave drag. Not as fast as torpedoes, but 30 knots is sufficient when target is not escaping.
@meanjohnn8750
@meanjohnn8750 Жыл бұрын
@@peceed sea doo is capable of speeds of 100-120 kmph which is 54-65 knots, obviously with a full 200kg payload capacity which these usv are reported to possess, this speed would be reduced somewhat,
@jimheath4200
@jimheath4200 Жыл бұрын
Too many Chamberlin's not enough Churchill's
@nian60
@nian60 Жыл бұрын
European leadership is full of Chamberlains, sadly.
@justmehello5543
@justmehello5543 Жыл бұрын
frozen orc bunny season, hope they hit adolph putins electrical grid also.
@jamesmilton6529
@jamesmilton6529 Жыл бұрын
The choppers will get in closer next time and i will be interested if the Ukrainians start trying to attach man portable SAMS
@NortyNige
@NortyNige Жыл бұрын
Those drone boats are five meters long not exactly a small item.
@marklisa17
@marklisa17 Жыл бұрын
Dom, can the Ukraine really win this fight? Thx. Mark Australia. 😎
@toby9999
@toby9999 Жыл бұрын
Russia occupied the most Ukrainian territory around six months ago. They've lost an enormous amount of equipment and likely around 100k dead or injured troops for the effort. I would define that as winning.
@danditto6145
@danditto6145 Жыл бұрын
The fact the drones can force the Russians to concentrate their Naval Forces and put thousands of hours on their helicopters in defensive flying instead of fulfilling their intended missions is a victory itself. For centuries we thought in land warfare we needed a kill shot, but a disabling shot might actually tie up mor resources, ships and dockyards than a kill shot, especially now that the Russians have limited facilities for repairs and resources are blocked from entering the Sea by Turkey.
@oldman6714
@oldman6714 Жыл бұрын
At 2:25 does the narrator actually say tens of millions were killed last Thursday? It sure sounded like that, but I've got hearing difficulties.
@mboothy
@mboothy Жыл бұрын
Ten civilians is what he said
@David-fj5lz
@David-fj5lz Жыл бұрын
The Ukrainians are working hard to develop the longer versions of their successful rocket
@barbaraseymour3437
@barbaraseymour3437 Жыл бұрын
Well, democracy is showing very fragile now in the US. Sooo right re MH 17. Let’s give more to Ua now!!
@uriasjosephsnr.5832
@uriasjosephsnr.5832 Жыл бұрын
Current circumstances and existing victories on the Battle Field should not be advertised by the media during the same time of operation so that pootin may know to change his stagtrgies.
@kf4cnm1048
@kf4cnm1048 Жыл бұрын
Under water mini- midget torpedos , very Small mini- Midget subs that has the capability to come out of the water and dive back into the water to attach its target and directed by Star- Link. GaryJ
@Naturalook
@Naturalook Жыл бұрын
They should be called "African Queens." -Humphry Bogart, with Kathrine Hepburn.-
@dmitrijsiljucenoks9690
@dmitrijsiljucenoks9690 Жыл бұрын
Had a good laugh this is very funny indeed 😄
@kevinstevens5309
@kevinstevens5309 Жыл бұрын
Everyone, war is expensive. Some people make money even during the worst of times. I get sick of hearing how "expensive it will be to X" (x = ways to help Ukraine finish the war quickly). I will be more expensive prolonging it.
@cushiterevenge5696
@cushiterevenge5696 Жыл бұрын
Alot of wishful thinking here, lets suppose that Ukraine managed to effectively decapitate the Russian Black Sea Fleet, this still would not prevent Russia from hitting Ukraine with multiple ground artillery and drone attacks
@PlanetFrosty
@PlanetFrosty Жыл бұрын
Russia is Dead at land and sea with poorly maintained sea craft. Now running out barrels for artillery and poor castings failing.
@cushiterevenge5696
@cushiterevenge5696 Жыл бұрын
@@PlanetFrosty Where do get your source of information from in regards to the state of the Russian Armed Forces? Russia is in the process of grinding the Ukrainian Armed Forces down to dust
@eddiel7635
@eddiel7635 Жыл бұрын
@@cushiterevenge5696 lol, if that was true why is the Ukrainian army stronger now than it was a year ago. The same can not be said of the Russian army.
@cushiterevenge5696
@cushiterevenge5696 Жыл бұрын
@@eddiel7635 The Ukrainian Army may be stronger than it was a year ago, however Ukrainian Armed Forces are not strong enough to take back the 15-20 % of Ukrainian territory that Russia has occupied for the last 9 months, also the Ukrainian Armed Forces have not been able to prevent Russia from destroying 40-50 % of Ukraines energy infrastructure, in addition Ukrainian Armed Forces have been unable to prevent the constant shelling of Kherson City which was recently abandoned by the Russian Armed Forces. Also the situation in the " liberated " Kherson City is so bad that Ukraine is evacuating civilians from that city due to nonstop Russian shelling of the city
@ellenfaulkner7616
@ellenfaulkner7616 Жыл бұрын
@@cushiterevenge5696 Nope Ruskie. The European Union along with many countries have designated Russia as a terrorist country
@nenitaespinosa1808
@nenitaespinosa1808 Жыл бұрын
Not only Ukraine and Russia is suffering. The world is affected. God bless the peace loving people and the world
@robby3467
@robby3467 Жыл бұрын
It's like having rotten teeth pulled. It hurts for a while but it's worth the pain.
@paulwilliams698
@paulwilliams698 Жыл бұрын
$12 to $20,000 will buy the best of the jet skis in the world, surely a few hundred kilos of TNT and some electronics would no double the price, get 5 or 6 for $250,000.
@nian60
@nian60 Жыл бұрын
I agree with the last point. If the EU had acted when Orcland murdered EU citizens in MH17, maybe we wouldn't be having another continent-wide war now. Because Orcland's current aggression is affecting the whole European continent. There will probably be more localised wars in Europe to come, since the collective democratic countries are showing that they won't fight back. Ukraine are the only ones fighting. Expect Serbia and/or Turkey to start attacking their neighbours next, since they see that there are few negative consequences of doing so.
@Hayzee_720
@Hayzee_720 Жыл бұрын
"We are going to go up the the dombass" 😂😂😂😂
@briseboy
@briseboy Жыл бұрын
For ground or water to freeze sufficiently substantially, it REQUIRES that temps tend to be CONSISTENTLY below 20F, -5C. For such heavy vehicles what farmers call a "hard" freeze, -15C. The speakers here are English, and it may be that they have never experienced sufficient freeze temps to allow vehicle over soil to move. Of course, following only a SINGLE hard freeze, vastly increased joules of energy to UNfreeze will keep the ground hard, cold, stable. And Dr. Jack Watling & Nick Reynolds' RUSI assessments should be everyone's go-to to understand Ukraine war events. NOT such blurb as twitter, now controlled by a "useful [Russian] idiot", libertarian Musk, who, as is USUAL with engineers (I have known Caltech engineers with Elephantine Hubris spouting complete Scrambled Inanity when stepping outside of their computational analytic envelopes to approach even computational issue) believes his own phantasmagorical constructs. (he caused some significant disruption in Ukraine when deciding he was plenipotentiary peace diplomat, AND when responding to criticism with nauseating narcissism, including his recent price-gouging for Starlink). Do not ingest twitter - it rots the brain. Sasha 3%, Lukashenka's epithet or "call-sign" among Belarusians, despite all his astonishing agility, visibly became powerless, as Russia dropped in mobiks and conscripts, first to be trained, now to stay, along with the removal of Belarus ammunition and armor. The poisoning of his FM is both a signal, and preparation for Kremlin strategy. The courageous, if existential, Polish weaponry emplacement, rhetoric, support, and some mobilization, was excellent response to the obvious Kremlin Monkeypoxing advance toward former Soviet slug trails, and your daughters. Normally experiencing Russian-poisoned "information management" parroted by MOST major media, from NYT to Reuters, to the truly biased India and China news sources, I find this Telegraph podcast to be surprisingly insightful.
@morvil73
@morvil73 Жыл бұрын
Ger. Bundestag is pronounced with S not SH… it’s two words Bundes+Tag… not **Bunde+Stag…
@onegrail9398
@onegrail9398 Жыл бұрын
35:30 "Unless this 1 specific weapons platform sinks this 1 exact ship its trash" ....sorry for having more than 1 tool???
@danielstevenson1250
@danielstevenson1250 Жыл бұрын
What is your superpower? I’m Ukrainian.
@mryouben
@mryouben Жыл бұрын
Tx
@philipstaff9900
@philipstaff9900 Жыл бұрын
Germany should be told to get in Line And meet their Promise to support Nato Family. They want to be in Nato so Pay UP.
@jaredschultz7358
@jaredschultz7358 Жыл бұрын
Dominic Nichols needs to be a little more Forward thinking
@niklaswikholm514
@niklaswikholm514 Жыл бұрын
Ukrainian suplies cutting= russian withdrawls
@dearmas9068
@dearmas9068 Жыл бұрын
Nice try, orc
@matveyshekhtman9781
@matveyshekhtman9781 Жыл бұрын
Invest in ukraine - "the black hole" !
@iamnoman9325
@iamnoman9325 Жыл бұрын
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@Maelli535
@Maelli535 Жыл бұрын
🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦 Слава Україні! 🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦
@guzelpitt5302
@guzelpitt5302 Жыл бұрын
В составе России! 🇷🇺 🇷🇺 🇷🇺
@gsmoviememories9254
@gsmoviememories9254 Жыл бұрын
Does the poor Telegraph need this obnoxious amount of advertisements?
@Balmorax
@Balmorax Жыл бұрын
There's no video, guys, just a flag.
@phiddler1
@phiddler1 Жыл бұрын
its a podcast
@Balmorax
@Balmorax Жыл бұрын
@@phiddler1 does that mean I have to cast the video into the pod somehow?
@phiddler1
@phiddler1 Жыл бұрын
@@Balmorax i dont know i thought it was just audio
@Balmorax
@Balmorax Жыл бұрын
@@phiddler1 there has to be a way to introduce the pod into the audio to get the video
@branscombeR
@branscombeR Жыл бұрын
🎵... 'video killed the radio star ... ' 🎶
@vepraksoldat2963
@vepraksoldat2963 Жыл бұрын
Its hilarious these people think that Kiev forces in good position. Lol
@JohnWatsonFlatEarth
@JohnWatsonFlatEarth Жыл бұрын
nicola tesla.. first radio dcontrolled water vehicle.. ukraine shoud "piggy back" an airborne drone on the water drone.. and fly into an attacking helicopter and or ship... simples 🤣
@EhEhEhEINSTEIN
@EhEhEhEINSTEIN Жыл бұрын
This! A little launcher for a switchblade drone on top and that Ruzzian heli in the video would've been fukt. Assuming it's possible to control them that far from shore anyway
@deltavee2
@deltavee2 Жыл бұрын
How about one or two heat-seeking missiles?
@ezrabrook3993
@ezrabrook3993 Жыл бұрын
Russian Soldiers Raping their Own Kind! Smh
@geoffhemmings6546
@geoffhemmings6546 Жыл бұрын
Who would spu tin nominate to talk to ppapa? Kyrill thekiller. I am orthodox , how did a kgb political killer become head of the Ruzziun
@geoffhemmings6546
@geoffhemmings6546 Жыл бұрын
Orthodox church......
@geoffhemmings6546
@geoffhemmings6546 Жыл бұрын
Germany slow walking everything.....
@meanjohnn8750
@meanjohnn8750 Жыл бұрын
Kgb killer is president of russia, head of church, head of media, leader of russian lemmings. This is russia. The same russia as 100 years ago except with Starbucks.
@peterzimmerman1114
@peterzimmerman1114 Жыл бұрын
stolen money for his campaign, billions, and then presidential immunity. etz We know he's getting rid of rivals, but there have probably been a lot more than we think.
@josephluing9642
@josephluing9642 Жыл бұрын
Do listen a lot to this bulletin but I wish they would not use the word interesting when referring to weapons that kill sometimes I feel they de humanise the war and the killing warfare is awful and should not be celebrated and is not interesting
@errolkim1334
@errolkim1334 Жыл бұрын
What is this utter deflection BS......
@ffsf4209
@ffsf4209 Жыл бұрын
Impossible to listen to this jabbering.
@AAB463
@AAB463 Жыл бұрын
Try listening while u drive to work…
@JamieDPS
@JamieDPS Жыл бұрын
Pure nonsense..
@rosecochran8894
@rosecochran8894 Жыл бұрын
Hiroshima bomb ended WW11. Perhaps something similar because of the deadlock?
@quercusalba5441
@quercusalba5441 Жыл бұрын
Here's the latest. Ukraine is losing
@vepraksoldat2963
@vepraksoldat2963 Жыл бұрын
This podcast is full of nonsense lies and very biased
@beverlynorfleet4190
@beverlynorfleet4190 Жыл бұрын
Í pop 00p
@raiconlan1
@raiconlan1 Жыл бұрын
Keep in mind there is ample gas resources in many EU nations but they don't develop them IE the fracking ban in the UK. The gas shale deposits in Poland etc... so people are dying in part because of political choices made by European politicians not just russia refusing to supply. Secondly your remarkably one sided in your view on the Ukranian war eurocentric would be an accurate term. Ukraine's troop were surrounded in 2014 the Minsk agreement was capitulation because of military defeat an agreement they never honored. Crimea in my travels from America in 2010 was staunchly pro-russian by 70% of the population thats why there was little armed resistance. Your talking about reconquering people that are at most lukewarm on rejoining Ukraine they would be happy to be part of Russia and get water from the crimean canal. Their problems with Kiev involved theft of large amounts of taxes paid to Kiev who took the money pocketed it and did nothing for the people. Zelensky's friends and political supporters have appropriated private property from foreign corporations and foreign nationals to support them in conquering Crimea is insane and would almost certainly invite a nuclear first strike preceded by use of chemical weapons. Russia while at fault was baited into attacking by western Ukranians. This is why many administrations were lukewarm on supplying weapons. I am pro-ukranian volunteered for the international legion but am irritated by your lack of balance on certain topics about the war. Slava Ukraine
@tiboregoldberger6817
@tiboregoldberger6817 Жыл бұрын
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@dearmas9068
@dearmas9068 Жыл бұрын
Russian language sure is weird...
@Hayzee_720
@Hayzee_720 Жыл бұрын
"We are going to go up the the dombass" 😂😂😂😂
@Hayzee_720
@Hayzee_720 Жыл бұрын
"We are going to go up the the dombass" 😂😂😂😂
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