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Should Ukraine begin an initiative to strike military-grade targets inside of Russia to speed along Russia's (and Putin's) demise?

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DeWayfarer · 61-69, M
@jshm2 this would be true if they had enough equipment to defend. The Russians equipment is all over Ukraine now. Their soldiers have abandoned their own equipment. That was never expected even by the Ukrainians. Ukraine has not only allied equipment yet Russian equipment as well now.

Not saying they should attack Russian soil. Yet that's for different reasons. Russia does have nukes. And Russia is not afraid to use them. At least Putin isn't afraid to use them at is.

Notice the Ukrainians have more than tripled that area regained in less than three days. The initial report was 1,000 square miles. It now over 3,000 square miles...

Odds are the Ukraines are making full use of that abandoned equipment.
irishmolly72 · 51-55, F
@DeWayfarer But will Ukranians run out of manpower? Serious question.
DeWayfarer · 61-69, M
@irishmolly72 they're still crying for more equipment from us. 🤷🏻‍♂️

They simply wouldn't if they didn't have the man power.

BTW they specifically don't want any man power from us. That was from the very start of this war.
GJOFJ3 · 61-69, M
No. That would just change the narrative to them being the aggressor and Russian allies would join the fight and turn this into full fledged WWIII
Airmech · 51-55, M
Absolutely.
But, will we be paying for this?
Biden has already given too much.
NATO must give rest
justanothername · 51-55, M
If they were able to target the middle launching systems that have created the most damage in the Ukraine then yes.
This would reduce Russias ability to strike back when Heir Putin becomes displeased.
ServantOfTheGoddess · 61-69, M
I would say yes except that we don't know how close Putin's fingers are to the nuclear button.... :(
Sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.
Might as well.

 
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