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Old 80s tech such as Abrams and Leopards btfo
Kherson in one week, Kiev in two weeks vatnik sisters.
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>>56899340
For russia world ended in the 80s. Everything since was postapocalypse.
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>Offer your starving mobiks with torn clothes driving uparmored ladas from the scrapyard a shiny new next generation tank
>"No thanks"
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>>56899340
Can it move tho?
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>deployed Russian forces were reluctant to accept the first tranche of T-14 allocated to them, because the vehicles were in such poor condition
What?
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>>56899340
Armatard BTFO
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>>56899340
Did russia finally run out of ww2 era tanks and now has to resort to sending Armatas?
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Imagine
They'd rather have T-62 than Armata
Just imagine
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>>56899340
>Send units unupgraded Soviet surplus that was just months before rusting away in some long forgotten Siberian boneyard
>No complaints
>Send those same people your super duper special turbo tank you've been presenting as the Second Coming of Orthodox Tank Jesus
>They tell you to go fuck yourself
Huh, damn.
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>>56899340

How soon before a T-14 is captured?
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>>56899340
>Defense Intelligence
Is there any non-aligned (US/Russia) entity left to neutrally inform on the subject matter?
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>>56899363
It can scream.
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>>56899421
>captured
abandoned, finders keepers
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>>56899421
God, just imagine the butthurt if it were to get captured
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>>56899340
>However in recent months, deployed Russian forces were reluctant to accept the first tranche of T-14
Now I don't doubt they are shit, but how do the Britbongs know Russian abandooners are reluctant to get them?
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>>56899441
russian social media
they have no opsec at all
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>>56899432
Why are you still making the same post on every one of these threads after almost a year? Can't the glavset hire functioning autists?
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>>56899340
Have they changed their font or am I just misremembering? I know this is real since I just double-checked on their twitter feed, but it looks different. Maybe it's just the font size.
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>>56899357
>>56899367
>>56899404
>>56899405
Because it's a almost fake tank made for parades and propaganda. Nobody wants to drive an experimental prototype with half of it's features not mounted/enabled and no combat records when there are still T90s around.
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>>56899363
I got it from an inside source that the reason they are reluctant to use it is because of it's new, improved zero-emission, zero fuel cost engine setup.
You see, while working on the T-14's faulty engine, they got a phone call from Putin himself. He had just been switching channels when he saw this brilliant historical documentary called "The Flintstones".
Long story short, the T-14 is now multiple tons lighter, no longer has engine issues, has a very low gas mileage and doesn't break down mechanically. On an unrelated note, mobiks are now receiving extra intense training for their calf and thigh muscles for undisclosed reasons.
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>>56899449
Your mom asked me after couple of hours of good insertation.
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>>56899437
Imagine all the meme threads when the ukies photograph the insides and they look like shit
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>>56899451
You probably didnt take your meds this morning anon.
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>>56899357
Smart mobiks desu
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>>56899455
Western intelligence even has some audio from the Russian testing facility. Just hear that new engine purr.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56gicTwqV_Q
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>>56899340
why can't they build more than fucking THREEEEE
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>>56899432
Why are you asking for neutral political analysis of the defence intelligence kind?

What defence intelligence would come back with a neutral analysis? One that would immediately be fired?
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So on paper and if everything works and its real, what are the good things of the ARMATA?
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>>56899453
A tank is a tank. Except for Armata.
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>>56899340
>T-14 with turret shoots
>T-14 with engine follows him
>When T-14 in front explode and throw turret, T-14 following him attach turret and shoot
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>>56899458
>yer mom ecks dee
Why don't they hire normal people? Are there any left in your oriental dystopia?
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>>56899494
I heard it had build in toilet to scare indians into submission
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>>56899494
>So on paper and if everything works and its real
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>>56899494
I like the looks. It's like a future-soviet.
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>>56899466
I was going to agree with you, but then I looked at their old ones and I WAS RIGHT.
You might be right anyway (I don't take my meds in the morning I take them in the evening with dinner) BUT they fucked up the font on this one.
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>>56899494
>Cannon can shoot during movement highlighted
Isnt this like an standard thing since the 60s? stabilizers and shit.
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>>56899498
kek. my sides
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>>56899494
>OUR 21ST CENTURY FUTURE TANK IS BETTER THAN THE T-34 URAAAAAAAAA

>T-14 is not only twice heavier but also roughly twice faster than T-34
>T-14 is lighter and smaller than Abrams, Leopard-2 or Merkava but the engine is of the same horse power
>A multilayer combined armor protection, which can withstand direct hits of today's any type ammunitions
>Cannon can shoot during the movement of the tank
>By the tech level the canon of T-14 is 1.2 - 1.25 high than all other tank cannons
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>>56899521
ce n'est pas nécessaire
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>>56899363
Its turret will definitely move (upwards)
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>>56899340
I bet they will put V-2-derived trash into a 60-ton tank.
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Post the screaming armata
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>>56899589
ah, they finally managed to make the emergency crew capsule ejection work
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>>56899494
Wow a modern tank is better than one of the worst tanks ever produced
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>>56899357
>>56899469
>be SGT Conscriptovich
>be assigned new T-14
>looks a lot less impressive up close
>diesel engine that screams like a turbine
>thermal sights don't work, can't acquire targets
>breaks down every few kliks
>get rekt by artillery shell
>abandoon
>get Gulag'd for losing the first Armata and humiliating glorious Motherland
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>>56899696
>abandoon
Russians will start welding the hatches shut soon
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>>56899630
Yes, very rapid crew ejection
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>>56899340
Can we get an encryption expert to decipher this for us?
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>>56899494
Why are they comparing their modern, top of the line tank to a 80+ year shitbox? Also
>Malachit, a reactive armor much stronger than steel, like that matters
>By the tech level the canon of T-14 1,2 - 1,25 higher than all other tank cannons (???????)
>infographic contains turret tossed version
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I'm surprised they even can offer Armatas to mobiks on the front, I though there were like three.
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>>56899340
Just in: The boffins at Bletchley Park have uncovered more information!
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>>56899915
hearty kek
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>>56899915
>small tank
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>>56899941
Could Colonel von Strohm and Lieutenant Gruber successfully defeat the Russian Armed Forces at this point?
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How do the Brits know all this
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>>56900007
Crabtree could.
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>>56899499
rustled
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>>56899915
sensible chuckle
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>>56900079
retarded.
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>>56899915
laffed
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>>56899915
Yes, I was entertained.
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The T-14 is a great example of how much the collapse of the Soviet Union fucked Russian industry. Most people don't realize the extent to which Russia de-industrialized after the fall of the USSR, and never recovered. Russian industrial capacity and know-how has atrophied over the last 30 years, and at this point they can't do much besides iterate and make slight improvements to Soviet designs, and even that they can only do in limited numbers. People think that Russia is some slumbing industrial behemoth, because the Soviet Union once was, but all that capacity, infrastructure, and knowledge is long gone at this point.
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>>56900556
Ironically majority of soviet tank production was located in Ukraine.
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>>56899915
Top jej
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>>56899528
Tbf i could probably fuck up wiping my ass if I were backseat commentated like that on every muscular action required to do it. I don't think I could even tie a bowlace if I thought about it consciously desu. I learned it before I was 3 years, it's just muscle memory at this point, like catching a ball or writing my signature.

I don't even tie my work boots these days cause its some space age wire ratchet contraption thing and my formal shoes are leather loafers and my informal shoes are my work boots.
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>>56899421
couple of months probably
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>>56899915
>In 2021, Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu described the plan for 2022 as "Mental"
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>>56899494
Wow, looks like that thing would absolutely smoke a panzer 3
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>>56899915
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>>56900007
Heck, Bertorelli could.
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>>56899340

this is going to be like those terminator vehicles. they will film one propaganda video of a couple shooting into the distance, then quickly retire them back to Russia.
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I wonder if this is just a PR move and they'll put them somewhere behind turbines for photo ops. If these are used in combat you will unquestionably see some captured or destroyed. Something's always guaranteed to go wrong with a small number of unproven prototype vehicles pushed into service.
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so what's the actual advantage of the armata? thermal sights and active defense? those things are plug and play additions for any western tank since the 80s.
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>>56900791
that terminator video in Ukraine
was actually ukies filming shelling them
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>>56900571
Not production, but design.
That's why uralgovnozavod recycles the same Object 439 design over and over again.
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>>56899915
top zozzle
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>>56899703
>Welding the hatches shut
Like the killdozer. How effective would a killdozer armada be for the RF
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>>56900884
Kharkiv-Morozov and Malyshev also produced tanks. Sure, maybe not the majority, that would be done in Uralvagonzavod.
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>>56900791
Nah the terminator situation was just plain stupidity. The only footage in combat we have of them were running away after being shelled. After that nobody saw them again (Russians included)
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>>56901069
>The only footage in combat we have of them were running away after being shelled. After that nobody saw them again
smartest russians
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I am actually going to cum the first time we see a Western tank popping a T-14.
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>>56901183
I doubt it, it will either be ATGM or arty.
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>>56901183
They won't even make it to the front in working order. The best you can hope for is HIMARS interrupting some nork-tier parade photo op.
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>>56899494
>1940
>posts a late-war model t-34
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>>56899857
>>56901387
Just average journalism
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>>56900936
All industries were heavily interconnected within the Soviet Union. Its dissolution would be akin to U.S. states breaking off and whole supply chains collapsing. What was an isolated free trade area before qas suddenly a battle of newly forming local monopolies run by gangsters to pressure eachother into concessions or tariffs.
While everyone understood that, the post-Soviet states fucked each other over with heavy-handed market manipulations.
It's where Russian / Ukrainian energy spats have their roots.
When it was just the Soviet Union, the central government distributed natural gas for free to its republics, basically as a form of social subsidy for its citizens. By 1992 Russian leadership asked why they should subsidize Ukraine with basically free gas and started raising the prices, often in accordance with political issues like who gets the Black Sea Fleet or Soviet state assets (embassy buildings etc.) abroad. In return the Ukrainians asked why the allowed Russias gas to transit its territory toll-free to Europe, so they introduced that fee to offset the losses from higher prices.
Meanwhile Ukrainian industry collapsed because their production wasn't competetive and they couldn't pay their workers. That same industry was necessary to feed supply chains located in Russia as well, leading to a massive domino effect that included all former Soviet Republics.
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>>56899520
Didn't even notice that. Nice schizo'ing, Anon!
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>>56901464
Interesting post, thanks for improving /k/ friend.
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>>56899458
>insertation

hello good morning sirs
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>>56899494
Jesus, it's better than the T-34? NATObros we got WAY too cocky, I think we need to re-evaluate this war
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Cheeky
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>>56899494
Is the turret unmanned to give it the edge in the turret-tossing competitions?
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>>56899421
Why bother? T-14 sucks.
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>>56902638
The guys at Aberdeen need something new to laugh at.
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>>56899483
Because three is the magic number Anon.
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>>56899483
How much of those 5-7 million actually end up in the tank factories?
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>>56899498
lel, I'm screencapping this
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>>56899494
>T-34
Imagine an Apple presentation comparing M2 chips to Athlon 2000 XP+.
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>>56902949
>The total cost of a single Abrams tanks can vary, and can be over $10 million per tank when including training and sustainment.
In short, I have no idea.
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>>56903317
No, I meant how much of the Armata price goes into the local villa and yacht fund. Sorry for being unclear.
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>>56903421
Oh, then 0 because there are no Armata factories.
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>>56899915
Excellent decoding.
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>Armatas in such poor condition they are refused
>"Sergei, forget Armata. Give us the T62s!"
THE ABSOLUTE STATE OF RUSSIAN WINDERWAFFE
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>>56900556
So russia is basically the imperium in Warhammer 40k kek
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>>56903819
When will they start making t-14s out of cement, wood, and fertilizer?
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>>56903819
Sir...please...not like this. You can do so much better than this.
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>>56903819
And yet they import tractor kits from The Czech Republic to pretend they still have domestic production capabilities.
For all those raw materials, they have no domestic capacity to turn them into machines.
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>>56903819
Anon it's cool how much shit Russia can dig out of the ground, but can you tell me what they MAKE?
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>>56903819
Yea, throw all that stuff in a big bowl, mix for 10 minutes, and an MBT pops out. Fucking retard.
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>>56903819
>khazakstan number one exporter of Potassium in whole world
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>>56899453
I'm still not convinced it isn't just a T-72 or something with fake armor made of plywood on it, like one of those pseudo-Tigers made for American movies in the '50s.
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>>56903895
Do you see any other European country on this list besides Russia?
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>>56899404
it's what other anon said plus tanks break down a lot and need parts. having to handle the logistics of moving parts around plus mechanics sounds like a nightmare
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>>56903888
No, but they have all the resources needed ie mainly steel and various metals, whatever rare minerals needed can be sourced from China

>And yet they import tractor kits from The Czech Republic to pretend they still have domestic production capabilities.
Because it's cheaper and more convenient than to set up their own fresh lines

>For all those raw materials, they have no domestic capacity to turn them into machines.
And that's not stopping them because they can still buy machines, engines and industrial tools from other countries, they are churning out tanks, shells, fighter-planes right now as we speak
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>>56904294
Sir, I beg of you, please stop.
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>>56904011
>Yea, throw all that stuff in a big bowl, mix for 10 minutes, and an MBT pops out. Fucking retard.
How does Russia manufacture their T-90M's then? It must be through some arcane slavic magic...
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>>56899363
Yes. On a train.
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>>56899421
Ib4 its just a t90 with a new exterior
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>>56904294
Becasue Europe cant import from anywere else?
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>>56904338
>Unironically posting GDP

LMAO, more /k/opium

For instance, if you pay money to a credit card and, you know, they’d normally charge maybe 17%, but if you fall behind, even if you fall behind in your electric bill and you’re downgraded, your interest rate goes up to 29%, but this is not reflected in the interest figures published by the Federal Reserve and the GDP account. They’re called “financial services.”

So when banks charge you a late fee, that’s considered providing a service and that’s added to the GDP. The GDP is growing by the banks providing you a service of having to pay them 11%. And that’s maybe 4 or 5% of GDP growth. And it gets even worse. 8% of the GDP is implicit homeowners’ rents. In other words, if you bought a home, you’re asked by various government agencies, well, if you had to pay rent for your house, how much would you have to pay rent?

Well, needless to say, as housing prices have gone up, so have rents. And people have said, “Well, yeah, it used to be, I would have had to pay maybe a thousand dollars a month for this house, but now I’d have to pay $3,000 a month in this market.” Well, all that is added to GDP. No money has changed hands. So there’s a lot of fake GDP in almost all of the growth.
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>>56899432
No, everyone capable and willing to actually look into matters of the war in Ukraine have vested interests in one side winning over the other.
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>>56904403

I can say all of the growth, and more, of US GDP in the last 10 years has been fictitious growth. It’s financial returns, it’s capital gains treated as rent. It’s monopoly rent. When you’re charged more for your cable service, they say, well, okay, GDP goes up: the cable service is charging you more for their monopoly and their monopoly’s worth more.

All of these changes to make it appear as if the economy is growing. And so people are asked, well, who are you going to believe the statistics or your eyes? And they say, Oh, I’m a scientist. I believe the statistics, not my eyes. They’re just big fools. Gotta believe the statistics. They’re professionals. They have Nobel Prize winners saying that they’re all professionals.

https://michael-hudson.com/2020/10/%E2%80%A8debt-deflation-and-the-neofeudal-empire/
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>>56903076
Apple never made anything but crap so it's a fair comparison against T14 but don't go dissing Athlon XP.
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>>56899441
Bongs have top tier spooks and Russia has zero opsec.
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>>56904390
They can import cement, but none of them have a comprehensive manufacturing base like Russia does, they can barely even keep their own factories from shutting down right now or moving to the USA because of energy costs, a huge German Chemicals manufacturer recently shut down after decades of business
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>>56904403
Do we need to consider the financial calculations? The US is capable of maintaining 11 aircraft carriers and the sole Russian one keeps catching fire. Russian air power is so weak it can't fly sorties over Ukraine. They can't make armored advances either because they can't maintain their tanks. Their semiconductor production is two decades behind. 30% of Russia has AIDS. The facts speak for themselves.
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>>56903819
>fertilizer
Also known as mobiks.
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>>56904567
>Do we need to consider the financial calculations? The US is capable of maintaining 11 aircraft carriers
At the cost of being THIRTY TWO TRILLION IN DEBT you absolute retard, and the petrodollar system that sustains this is falling apart as we speak (Saudis are already talking about selling oil in Yuan), plus those are useless in this conflict and are vulnerable to hypersonics

>Russian air power is so weak it can't fly sorties over Ukraine.
??? they continue to fly sorties see this article below

https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidaxe/2023/01/24/an-air-battle-is-raging-over-bakhmut/?sh=1a6ea50765e8

>They can't make armored advances either because they can't maintain their tanks.
Explain the footage of hundreds and hundreds of tanks arriving in Belarus, Crimea and near Belgorod then for the upcoming offensive

>Their semiconductor production is two decades behind.
not needed to win the war, once China's are up and running they can source from China anyway

>30% of Russia has AIDS.
nonsense

>The facts speak for themselves.
indeed
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>>56904348
They import western components and slap them on a T-72.
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>>56904567
Why would Russia have a fleet of aircraft carriers? Do they need to sail across the ocean to reach Ukraine?
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>>56904648
Then why haven't western sanctions stopped T-90M production or the production of new fighter jets?
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>eleven (11) months into three (3) day special denaziglobohomojewtrannification operation
>still posting walls of text about how russia is going to start winning any day now (maybe in two more weeks?)
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>>56904731
>Then why haven't western sanctions stopped T-90M production or the production of new fighter jets?
I would imagine it is due to having stocked said western gear they can still build them but that is actually a bad thing because you are dipping into stocks that you need to keep your allready built tanks and jets operational.
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>>56902949
About three fifty.
>>56899915
kek
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>>56904973
>I would imagine it is due to having stocked said western gear they can still build them but that is actually a bad thing because you are dipping into stocks that you need to keep your allready built tanks and jets operational.
They will run out of gear in two more weeks!!
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>>56903819
Yet they need to import most of their electronics. Sanctions since occupation of Crimea are the main reason why Armata and Su-57 have been stuck on prototype stage for the last decade. They were supposed to have 2000 Armatas by 2020.
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Why do they struggle so hard making new tech these days? Were the Soviet engineers all Polish or something?
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>>56903819
So you are comparing the largest country (Russia) in the world to Luxembourg?
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>>56903819
Wow raw materials? That is so impressive i am sure Ghana would be jealous
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>>56900556
>has atrophied over the last 30 years
Better than the 60 years of American industry.
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>>56900594
>some space age wire ratchet contraption
?
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>>56905179
A disproportionate number of Soviet scientists and the like came from their vassal states, not even memeing. Years ago, when /leftypol/ started to make communism general threads on /pol/, and they'd always get btfo with economic data, their epic gotchya was to post Russian economic data showing that they were worse off since the fall of communism, this communism was good or something. Looking back now, it was just more evidence that Russia's relationship with the rest of the USSR was purely exploitative.
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>>56899453
>Nobody wants to drive an experimental prototype with half of it's features not mounted/enabled and no combat records when there are still T90s around.

Didn't they deploy the Black Eagle prototype in March and it got BTFO?
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>>56905278
Yes but they probably thought it was a T-80 and mistakenly sent it in.
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This is the final red line or the gloves are coming off!
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>b-but we produce more raw materials than anyone else in Europe
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>>56899494
>T-34 1940
>shows T-34/85 from teh end of the 1944
Nope. Real T-34 had this puny little turret with puny lil gun.
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>>56899363
Moving is for NAFO sissies, a true tank doesn’t move because it’s impenetrable and waits for the enemy to come to him.
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>>56905329
>munitions which contain uranium
Such as?
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>>56903819
Yeah, that's raw materials though. You don't need industry to rip shit out of the ground, you just need *foreign machinery*.
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>>56905366
America uses depleted uranium in some of its 25mm ammo for the Bradley and 120mm tank rounds. It has the benefit that it's heavy, self-sharpening and catches on fire
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>>56899405
Having like 4 of a unique tank made of parts that are pretty much impossible to get is probably worse than just not having the damn thing to begin with, unless you are exclusively using it in some static position like a command vehicle. Which probably makes even less sense than using a BTR modified for that purpose.

>>56904248
>>56899453
I suppose we'll find out if one makes its way to Aberdeen, even as a wreck, and the US Army exposes it. It can live in infamy as one of those North Korean propaganda tanks... except North Korea actually seems to have a factory for frames at least.
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>>56904635
>At the cost of being THIRTY TWO TRILLION IN DEBT you absolute retard
Most money US spends not on carriers but schools, medical for boomer and immigrants and pensions. US spends world record $20000 annual per pupil with school scores falling every year, how it can be - nobody knows.
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>>56905413
>SEPv3
Mmm yeah, Ukraine is not getting those.
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>>56905366
Armor piercing rounds for A-10 gun, Bradley gun and Abrams tank gun.
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>>56905413
Not all though, and supply of DU ammo would be only if Ukraine wanted it. There's non depleted uranium armor piercing ammo that can be sourced
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>>56905278
No, it was a regular T-80U with Drozdh APS. Still a one off prototype, but not Black Eagle.
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>>56905421
Most produced and numerous in stocks US 120mm tank round is M829A2, its depleted uranium too.
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>>56905420
>how it can be - nobody knows.
Ask any teacher and they know. Emphasis is on testing not teaching and incentives are such that you want your school to be full of undernourished retards with a gorrilion learning disorders for them sweet sweet fedbux and polices like common core and no child left behind (which are all still alive, just under new names) means that classes have retards in them who should have been booted many years ago.
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>>56899340
The BBC is funded by the British government, and is thus considered state media and not a reliable source by most International Press Freedom Monitors.
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>>56905468
believe it or not the British Ministry of Defense maintains close ties to the British government, some more conspiracy minded folks even believe the MoD is under the direct control of the government!
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>>56905477
All the more reason why it shouldn't be trusted. State propaganda is the enemy of truth.
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>>56899357
Kek at Gerasimov back their, utterly surprised as the handle comes off.
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>>56900556
They still have a lot of people (for now), but after all the 20 year olds die in this war they’re gonna be mega fucked.
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>>56899392
Armatard gets BTFO by life.
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>>56905468
....but it's not.

This is what the "TV license" is for. So the BBC and other public broadcast channels "fund themselves" and it doesn't happen via a government agency but a "private" entity.
That way the influence of the government is reduced quite severely. German public broadcast functions the same way.

This is why there isn't a TV tax or anything. The ministry of finance or whatever has zero influence on them.
That said whatever panels they have to oversee them can have the benches stacked with people loyal to the government, which then turns it into state TV (as seen in Poland and Hungary). But normally they are supposed to be an equal mix of representatives from government, science, industry and various other NGOs and to some degree are elected (most people ignore these elections however).

Essentially the idea is that it operates like a private broadcaster but every citizen paying their fee becomes an equal "shareholder". At least that's how public broadcasting is supposed to work. But whether the funding is quasi independent or comes directly from taxes (and therefor the government) is the difference between public TV and State TV.
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>>56904635
>At the cost of being THIRTY TWO TRILLION IN DEBT you absolute retard,
Didn't you just say money is fake or something? They hold most of the debt themselves and it doesn't stop them buying or maintaining stuff. You think Putin wouldn't go into debt to get a functional military? Just wouldn't matter because Russia can't produce good things
>and the petrodollar system that sustains this is falling apart as we speak
Sure, probably collapse the day after the EU goes under, which has been 18 months away for the last 30 years
>(Saudis are already talking about selling oil in Yuan)
Lol
>plus those are useless in this conflict and are vulnerable to hypersonics
Russia couldn't land a hypersonic within 7 miles of an aircraft carrier
>they continue to fly sorties
They fly near the front line and fire missiles into rubble and then fly away because they get shot down if they go into Ukrainian airspace
>Explain the footage of hundreds and hundreds of tanks arriving in Belarus, Crimea and near Belgorod then for the upcoming offensive
>upcoming
Lol
>once China's are up and running they can source from China anyway
China can't produce enough for themselves and are at least a decade from doing so
>we don't all have AIDS
Get a blood test to be sure though
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>>56905482
For "state propaganda" they are pretty objective sometimes. They are not scared to say when ukies get raped.
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>>56899589
I fucking lol’d
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>>56905436
i wouldn't want to litter my own countryside with depleted uranium but maybe they think it's worth it
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>>56904718
>but the last three Russian officials have pubic problems
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>>56899915
Turing's blood runs through your veins anon
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>>56899492
>What defence intelligence would come back with a neutral analysis?
Nearly all of them, thing is the neutral reports are never seen by the public.
You think the US has never invaded Iran as an act of goodwill towards the middle east?
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>>56899494
>good APS
>big gun
>great optics
>low ground pressure
This is of course assuming the Kremlin doesn't lie.
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>>56899466
>"Shifty Font Disorder"
Ask your primary care provider if new Fontenol is right for you.
Warning: Fontenol can cause irritable or itchy eyes and brain, psychological prolapse, memetic cognitohazard and constipation. Do not take any other medications while on Fontenol. If you experience a shiny tunnel with Jesus, Kali or Satan at the end of it, for the love of fuck stop taking Fontenol. You should not take Fontenol is you are pregnant, nursing, ghey or an incel. If you start thinking the earth is flat or that you are turning into a lizard person from beyond space, please jump out of a window. Use only as directed by a priest. Not available in all jurisdictions. No refunds. Fnord.
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>>56906141
>directions for use: shove two up the back passage before breakfast
>chew carefully with sphincter muscles
Don't mind if I do
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>ARMATA gets captured
>it's literally a refurbished Type-85 with fiberglass/cardboard chassis on top
I'd not be surprised desu.
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>>56899441
>MI6 pays Russian tank crew guy 1 pound per month for him to be in the british intel discord channel
>that's basically a billion dollars in russian money
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>>56903819
>Russia produce basic low tech commodities and raw materials
>Everyone else makes that stuff into actual products
When the russkies desolder yet another chip from a smuggled western microwave, they can take solace in the fact that Russia are world players in selling bags of sand and lime
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>>56903819
>w-we're not missing industry we're super serious!
>lists a bunch of raw materials
lol people from the DRC have more respect for themselves than whatever this is, anon
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Everything about T-14 is just propaganda. Both pro-russian and anti-russian. Brits are posting bullshit.
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>>56899363
Likely the biggest issue is that Russia cannot produce modern thermal imagers and as Western supply had dried up their tanks are effectively blind. I'd assume there's also issues with all the remote control stuff needed for the separate crew cabin design.
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>>56905329
>Moscow will consider depleted uranium based armor piercing anti-tank munitions to be equivalent to dropping highly radioactive, aka "dirty" kiloton-level fission bombs on cities.

No they won't. They won't do shit. They'll bitch and whine about it but still abidingly take the DU in their gaping cope cages.
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>>56905477
>A key of any Russian operation would be raping all the man brides, Russia would highly likely rely heavily on a midget near Kherson and lies.
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>>56907163
Excuse you, they're probably stealing chips from calculators, since Texas Instruments seems to be their preferred brand.
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>>56899340
Can't wait to see the absolute fit the vatniks will have when a T-14 gets turned into scrap.
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>>56899340
lol tanks
>everyone is about to show their penis size, who do you think will win?: abrams, leopard, Armata?
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>>56899340
Ukis will rush himars in range as soon as these are spotted. Any crewman knows this, and would camp 100m away from the tank as soon as it got near the front lines, waiting for it to get deleted. It's a guaranteed coffin to be inside it
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>>56905486
It's the shit eating grin on the guy on the right that does it for me. He knows exactly how bad it looks on camera.
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>>56900556
its not just in their military, all the heavy industrial machines are shitty clones based off western ones. I get notifications from russian mining machine manufacturers for example, all their scoop trams and haul truck designs are direct rip offs of ones done by CAT 5 years ago. All the quality parts on them are from China too, Russia cant make basic stuff like hydraulic rams anymore. They cant build engines, they cant build drive trains. Its over for them.
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>>56903819
Russia doesnt make any high tech alloys anymore, or basically anything more complex than basic resources. Their aluminum and titanium production has fallen drastically for example, as no one trusts russian quality control for their products. The metals they generate are out of spec more often than their in spec.
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>>56899520
Oh fuck maybe i was the real schzo all along
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>>56904348
their reconditioning existing T-72 hulls. They havent had the tooling up to build new hulls since the 80s, everything they have been building has been reconditioned multiple times over. You see it in their own factory propaganda documentaries, old BMP1s getting dismantled and cleaned up with new turrets shipping out at BMP2s.
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>>56908693
Isn't he the guy that actually pulls the handle off? That's probably the wry smile of a man who knows he's been made a fool of.
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>>56905179
Ukrainian.



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