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DAY 135

Victory Chronicles
-DAY 135

July 8,2022

Glory to Ukraine.  Photo via Kyiv Post

ORC “UNITS” TAKE A HIMARS-INDUCED HOLIDAY

Above: Media is full of eye-witness video of exploding enemy ammo depots.  

  • The aggressor’s defense ministry announced that the “special operation” is taking a break to allow “units” to rest and receive mail from home.  Russian “units” are said to be in very bad shape, physically and mentally, and severely depleted in numbers.  Intercepted calls to home paint an extremely grim picture for the holiday makers in Ukraine.
  • The government-granted holiday comes as HIMARS are deployed in increasing numbers by Ukraine, destroying enemy artillery caches that are required for their cowardly war strategy of shelling civilian infrastructure to ashes.  Analysts believe that the invaders don’t have enough artillery to keep up the constant destructive barrage.

UNITED KINGDOM UNITED WITH UKRAINE

Above: Prior to the invasion, the UK was training Ukrainian personnel in Ukraine.  In this photo from January 2022, a Ukrainian soldier learns to use the NLAW anti-tank grenade launcher.  Photo via Kyiv Independent

  • Boris Johnson resigned as UK Prime Minister yesterday, even as he assured Ukraine that on-going robust support for Ukraine has strong backing by all political factions and will continue apace.  We thank Mr Johnson for his out-spoken support.
  • 1500 Ukrainian soldiers have arrived in the UK for training on a rotation that will potentially train ten thousand soldiers.  The Ukrainians will take a three-week course based on battle-proved British Army expertise and receive weapons,  gear and military attire.
  • The program came about as a result of Prime Minister Johnson and President Zelensky meeting in Kyiv in June. The UK conducted Operation Orbital from 2015 until the current invasion, in which 25,000 Ukrainian personnel received training in Ukraine.

VIVA LA RÉSISTANCE!

Above: The Insider’s map of train derailments and attacks on military recruiting offices in Russia since the invasion in late February.

  • Mysterious explosions and fires are happening all across the vast Russian landscape. Russian-language investigative journalism website The Insider analyzed the number of attacks on military recruiting stations and sabotage of rail lines and bridges since the beginning of the full-scale invasion.
  • Some homeland saboteurs admit that they are inspired by the Belarusian resistance. Belarusian partisans have been quite effective in thwarting Russian plans to use Belarus as a war supply line to Ukraine.  They were credited with creating the infamous 40-kilometer convoy northwest of Kyiv that stalled and was ultimately destroyed due to lack of resupply.

RUSSIAN WAR CRIMES: GLOBAL FOOD INSECURITY

Above: Dnipropetrovsk farmer collects rockets from his fields located 10 kilometers from the front.   Photo via Indian Express

  • Russia is targeting wheat fields in Zaporizhzhya  and Dnipropetrovsk Oblasts as the grain ripens for harvest.  According to Mykola Lukashuk, head of the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Council, Russian shelling set fire to around 20 hectares of wheat on July 7. Ukraine’s Defense Ministry responded, saying “It is not Ukrainian wheat that is on fire, it is the food security of the world.”

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