In this video, the Dreizin Report explains in detail the tactical and psychological components of the Ukraine’s latest failures in the Donbass. Among other things, you will receive a crash course in static defense planning. Most enjoyably, we start the video with several minutes of highlighting a certain other talking head’s “borrowing” of Dreizin Report material.
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I posted this in the comments section on the previous page before you put this up, so sorry to repeat. 🙂
Towards the end of the video, you mentioned preparations to ward off the Russians by the Ukrainian authorities in Dnipro. Along with Zaporizhzhia, there is a nearby hydroelectric dam which is located to the west, in Kamianske. Downstream of this dam is a former uranium production facility, the Pridnieprovsky Chemical Plant, which has fifteen times more radioactive waste than Chernobyl.
The EU has provided only enough funding to facilitate the minimum of preventive maintenance to make sure the radioactive waste and irradiated structures don’t contaminate the nearby Dnieper River. Given the close proximity to both Dnipro and the Middle Dnieper Hydroelectric Dam, and the increased likelihood of military action contaminating the river all the way to Zaporizhzhia and the Black Sea, do you really think the Russians would want to capture Dnipro?
And if the Russians did capture the area, they may have to shoulder the added responsibility and cost of maintaining and cleaning up the chemical plant and its grounds. If only the city and not Kamianske and the dam is captured, I am thinking that the Ukrainians may be loopy enough to open the sluice gates and flood everything downstream with possible radioactive consequences for the Russians.
It leads me to another question regarding the VDV. As far as you know, are the VDV as decimated as Russophobes, western observers and warmongers would like to think is the case?
It has been reported that Ukrainian forces have tried to blow the damn you speak of but they failed. Excellent comment good research , thank you Wilhelm.
I think the situation you describe is an argument for Russia to take Dnieperovsk, not leave it alone. Sure, clean up costs money, but nothing compared to the consequences of letting irredentist Banderites have access to nuclear materials.
Jacob, Why don’t you include a tip button with your posts the way The Duran does?
Great! Thanks! Hopefully, when the army does not want to fight, politicians will have to figure out something else.
Thank you for all your work. It’s a pity that you haven’t benefited financially but then virtue is it’s own reward.
I have forwarded links and can report that you now have at least one dedicated follower in Denmark.
Now some comments. Personally I have no military experience. However, I have a long-standing interest in military history, especially campaigns involving the British army. Obviously, Flanders in WW1 gives lots of examples of defence in depth. But are you aware of Stephen Ashley Hart’s book on the British /Canadian 21st Army Group in North West Europe 1944-45?
It’s covers a lot of the points you make in great detail.
Best wishes from the UK.
heads up “Filed under: Game On
esteemed military analyst Jacob Dreizin of #DreizinReport accuses
of #plagiarism” https://twitter.com/anniefofani/status/1529505032898351109
You idiots, you captured the Dreizin Report’s stunt double!!
I hope all of your subscribers go to that person’s Rumble page and make a complaint comment.
thank you! another great report!
What’s written on the surrender pamphlets that the RF distributes via their artillery?
A British expat in Russia translates and explains…
West Point website calls Russian army “Potemkin.” https://mwi.usma.edu/russias-potemkin-army/
It’s double funny because Potemkin village story is a hoax
Seems like pro russian forces started using these small KYB “suicide” drones?
Thanks for your diligent and insightful work! Please inform any of your sources that are personal that they are also much appreciated.
Alas, the same actors who are “in charge” of the stream of memes coming out of the Ukraine (through such mouthpieces as General Kornflakes on FauxNewz) are also in charge of the stream of memes coming out of the U.S., for instance the case yesterday of the shooter who murdered grade schoolers and staff at a government school.
As with one arena, so with the other, what is trumpeted verbatim by all media sources should lead us to start questioning. In the case of the school shooter, all of the wise and learned and expert talking heads were almost shrill in warning us that the shooter acted alone. None said how he knew this. Because he was the only one to get shooted on the scene of the crime? He sounds like Melkizedek, no mother or father, murdered his grandmother. HHMmmmm. . . anybody else in his life who could have put him up to such a thing? Teenagers are just coming out of their alpha-wave brain states, and such behavior is a multi-sibma outlier . . . unless it was coached. The U.S. had its coaches in the Ukraine for 8 years, and they helped produce a result. And during 8 years of Ukrainians rocketing and shelling Russian-speaking Ukrainians, nary a peep out of all the now vociferous politically-correct moralizers. Sad to say, America comes by this if not righteously, expectably. Abraham Lincoln: “Let us have faith that right makes might, and in that faith let us to the end dare to do our duty as we understand it.” Of course, in reality Lincoln’s “Youall are gonna re-join the Union or we are gonna kill you” modus operandi was nothing more than the MIGHT makes RIGHT proven by President Jackson in his Trails of Tears for the six Indian tribes . . .
Keep up the great work!
And where is there an email address for a private message to you?–og
Thanks very much for your comment. I get it, but please let’s not talk about school shootings here. I don’t want someone to misunderstand, as if you’re saying it was fake or didn’t happen, Alex Jones style, and then I get shut down like that fool did.
perhaps not the beginning of the end , but the end of the beginning .
If all goes well for the Russians and the Donbass front collapses as looks like is happening then I wonder happens after that….in terms of what type of condition the Ukr Forces will be in after and how much they been able to prepare defenses in Dnipropetrovsk. Im guessing Mykolaiv and and Zaporizhzhia will also be next on the list. Then maybe Karkov and then potentially Odessa….I guess a lot depends on how broken the Ukr army is after Donbass and whether or not they have been building and equipping new formation in west Ukr and other Nato countries…..
Another plug for Dreizen Report https://rumble.com/v162po4-short-why-is-russia-taking-so-long.html
Just curious, I am used to watching/reading n your website, but would you prefer the activity on youtube instead, to get the views and likes??
Russian Donbass offensive potentially rhyme with Bagration. In both cases Russians attacked in two places with goal of breaktrough pincers meeting in enemy rear, cutting off logistic supply and destroying enemy army. In Bagration, similar to today in Donbass the Russians broke through heavily fortified defence in depth , and the west did not believe or comprehend the extent of the Russian victory in Bagration until the Red Army marched though the streets of Moscow 50 nazi generals in front of the massive columns of defeated and surrendered soldiers of german army group center that stretched for miles. I wonder if Russian army will march defeated azov regiment and other ukis through Moscow lead by various captured nato flag officers? Then history would rhyme.
Thanks again Jacob for another excellent report.
Got a giggle about your telling of the redacted channel’s stealing of your material. I am actually subbed to those guys and I listened to 2 of their shows and don’t bother anymore because they may be polished but their content is just not that great. Your page here I check everyday for a new article or video because the content is spot on.
By the way sounds like you put some manners on your mic. Your audio is spot on now.
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I have noted the Russian Defence Ministry has proved several references to Snake Island of late?
“Also, 11 Ukrainian unmanned aerial vehicles have been shot down in the air near Snake Island”
I’m worried the Poles are going to do something stupid. They already made an agreement with Zelensky that essentially makes Ukrainians quasi-citizens.
Many thanks. Some map updates would be great…
Great as always. One key issue causing retread to snowball I would add is unit cohesion. Once you lose your familiar surroundings and ‘group of guys’ it’s hard to keep going. I read the Germans were great at recreating army groups after retreats but other countries had more difficulty.
One request, could you talk about what victory for either side would mean, or an End Game? Thanks!
Imitation sincerest form of flattery???, perhaps viewers and other bloggers will run these Plagiarizers out. I am so glad I’ve found your blog/ news site Jacob!
Jacob, maybe you are aware of this — seems to me there is a kind of glaring issue with the “game-changing” M777 and its magical ammo. Per Military Today, each M777 has a unit price of about $5.1 million, not sure whether that includes spares or auxiliary equipment but given our MIC, likely not. And the GPS-guided rounds, M582 or whatever, it’s stated they are somewhere between $214,000 and $22 million each. https://www.military-today.com/artillery/m777.htm
Of course the 777 fires other less expensive and possibly less effective ammo. Without even doing the math, it appears that the approx. $6 billion of actual military money in the recent $53 billion pork barrel, which has to cover wages and training and stuff, won’t go all that far toward bringing effective numbers of Magical M777s into combat.
How much do the large-caliber Russian guns and ammo cost, I wonder? And the Coalition of the Idiots thinks they are going to bleed Russia?
How much fiat money can the US print before it has so far outstripped the real value of the real economy as to become worthless, setting aside the Russian hybrid activity in the world economy that is blowing up the dollar as reserve currency?
Thanks for the report again, Keep up the good work Jacob. Yes, we are seeing cracks everywhere in the Ukrainian defense lines. It seems Popasna was the final straw that broke the camel’s back. We are hearing talks of Americans wanting the Ukrainians to fall back from Kramatorsk. We will see if they decide to retreat from there.
There is evidence that at least in the Eastern Ukraine, the Ukrainian army had already lost most if not all of their tanks and a very large part of their armored vehicles. This plus the fact that there is a severe gas shortage in that part of the world, It might make it impossible to retreat even if they wanted to. The Russians just have to airborn some light tanks and infantry fighting vehicles in the path of the retreat and they will make short work of the retreating army.
Outstanding explanation of a complex subject. Sorry to hear about the theft of your content. I suppose the bright side is that it shows that what you are doing is valuable. Sad that he didn’t do the ethical thing and at least reference you and not plagiarize. He could have boosted his own channel if he had you on for an interview. You have knowledge and “presence” and I predict you will increase in followers. If the financial forecaster Martin Armstrong is correct, the next few years will be a time of increasing wars and the world will need your talent, skills, and abilities.
On “How to give yourselves up safely” iEarlGrey on YT (the chap in St Petersburg) had an interesting pick up. The Russians are shelling the opposition with detailed capitulation instruction leaflets – and he points out the Telegram/Twitter mass surrender videos by Ukrainians indicate they appear to be following those guidelines to the letter.
Loved the Eurovision quip, btw!
Colossal Cracks: Montgomery’s 21st Army Group in Northwest Europe, 1944-45
I know Monty is not everybody’s cup of tea. Hart recognises his faults, while explaining the merits of his approach.
Someone hijacking your work has its benefits, imitation has long been seen as the finest form of flattery.
On the flip side to plagiarists, Brian Berletic gave you and your musings great acknowledgement in his short yesterday.
Top bloke, totally authentic, and a bugger at the same time, because his Asian shenanigans coverage (always, oddly, involving György Schwartz, once or twice removed) has recently opened up (for me at least), another window into the co-ordinated global chicanery going on. There are only so many bloody hours in the day to keep up – especially with the wife’s “job list” in direct opposition.
Great content, Jacob; very enjoy it. One question: Have you an overall estimate of the Russian losses so far?
Would you please place a map on the screen and point with a pen or something?
Nothing super-sophisticated, but it would help.
Wait….there is a guy that plagiarized your material and you ask your audience to go and watch it? The guy now gets double the benefit….
Very good Russian pronunciation you have mr Dreizin
imitation is the highest form of flattery!
FyI -News travels fast. The video you’ve mentioned vanished the same day from YouTube.
With the Dombass front collapsing for the AFU is there a realistic possibility that the Russians could push them as far back as the Dnieper River and having everything between it and the DPR/LPR under Russian control?
Thank you for this very informative report. Much appreciated!
Jacob, do you think the Russian’s are using their tactical air power efficiently?
Jacob found you through the Duran your knowledge immense your analysis detailed and balanced as for the Dutch guys negative comments he could be a paid troll love your work and I hope Russia wins this for hundreds of years the Orthodox church has been targeted for destruction I hope they unite the Ukrainian church first and then the Greek Bulgarian etc and repair the recent damage from Jeffrey Pyatt