The strike on Crimea was expected and lawful. Unexpectedly, it turned out that in response Russia for the first time sadly folded its tail

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ALEXANDER NEVZOROV

The strike on Crimea was expected and lawful. Unexpectedly, it turned out that in response Russia for the first time sadly folded its tail

In Novofedorovka, it turned out to be a hellish casserole of fighters with garnishes from the air force and their warehouses. Ukraine is a very polite country. She could not help but congratulate Russia on the Day of its Air Force. This was expected and natural.

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The first bombardment over the Crimea was spectacularly successful. She told all about [the Russian Federation's] pierced air defenses. The bombing turned out to be something like that too – extremely calm, almost friendly.

In Novofedorovka, it turned out to be a hellish casserole of fighters with garnishes from the air force and their warehouses. Ukraine is a very polite country. She could not help but congratulate Russia on the Day of its Air Force. This was expected and natural.

The only thing that turned out to be unexpected was that Russia, in response to the blow, for the first time sadly folded its tail. It did not respond, as usual, with a heroic fighter raid on polyclinics or with rockets on kindergartens, but mumbled something feebly about health and safety at the workplace.

It appears that Putin's military lizard is either mortally wounded or very frightened.

Source: Alexander Nevzorov / YouTube