“There are no unacceptable losses”: in the Russian Federation they hinted that they would fight to the last occupier (video)

A strange statement shocked one of the “experts” on the federal channel.

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Russia says there are no “unacceptable losses” for them / screenshot

For the Russian Federation, there is no concept of “unacceptable losses”.

This was stated on the air of one of the Russian channels by one of the “experts” in the studio.

The Russian was outraged that the West was allegedly manipulating, focusing on the huge losses of the “second army of the world” in Ukraine. In his opinion, there is no such thing as “unacceptable losses” in the Russian Federation.”They don’t understand the fact that for Russia there is no such thing as ‘unacceptable losses’. It simply doesn’t exist,” the propagandist said, apparently hinting that Putin was ready to fight to the last occupier.

https://www.unian.net/player/ktBGhp62There are no unacceptable losses for Russia.

(C)UNIAN 2022

5 comments

  1. The Russian was outraged that the West was allegedly manipulating, focusing on the huge losses of the “second army of the world” in Ukraine.

    Nope, the huge losses of the second army in Ukraine.

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  2. The concept of “no unacceptable losses” was conceived by Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin. Both sent millions to their deaths and never lost a wink of sleep over it. Now, Putler is following in their footsteps. The only difference is, there is no victory waiting for Putler as it was with Stalin, because this time the US is not helping with massive military aid. This dictator will rather follow the ultimate path taken by Adolf, rather than Josef.

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