Yesterday they took Mariupol in RoZZii. I mean, that’s how they regularly take it. Maybe not every day, but definitely more often than, for example, Kharkov. Kharkov was taken only twice. And Mariupol already twenty times. Or more often. There is no such fighter of the information front who has not taken Mariupol at least once. I would even say otherwise. I would say that there is no such Mariupol that the fighter of the information front could not take.
But yesterday they completely took Mariupol. That is, they took it completely. I mean, they should have taken it. I mean, they took it. In short, before lunch, don. Or after. At least in the evening. That is, before dinner, they would definitely have taken it. If you wanted to.
But then we decided not to. Because they already took it. And Shoigu yesterday reported this to Putin the Killer. And Putin the Killer simply did not know before that they had taken it. But Shoigu could not report, because he was ill. And I reported yesterday. And Putin the Killer said that once they took it, then there is no need to take it anymore. Why take if you have already taken it? And what they didn’t take, it’s not Mariupol. What is Mariupol if it has not yet been taken? There are also solid nationalists who have no understanding of the strategic tasks of the Russian special operation. But they took Mariupol, so you can no longer take it. Because Putin the Killer outplayed everyone again.
And in order not to forget next time that Mariupol has already been taken, now it is necessary to reward the heroes of the capture. You can even, together with the heroes of the strategic regrouping of troops from near Kyiv. And since those soldiers who were in the information war were taken, and not those who were soldiers, then those who were in the information war, I think they should be rewarded. A medal, and if he took it more than three times, then it is possible with an order. And those who are not of the information war, but simply soldiers, why reward? They never took Mariupol.
Moreover, I have such a vague feeling that the experience of retrospective victories may still be useful in the near future. I do not understand anything in strategies and tactics (even less than the Russian General Staff), but the large-scale offensive announced since Monday does not seem so large-scale to me. Because the strategic battles for the streets of Popasna are not very similar to the great liberation campaign.
So the capture of Mariupol is an important rehearsal for a complete and final victory. Since there will soon be no one to attack, then you can also announce that Ukraine has already been taken. And what they didn’t take is not Ukraine. The main troops to redeploy. So that their nationalists do not inadvertently demilitarize.