Who make better fighters:

Russians, Ukrainians, Chechens, Georgians, Azeris, Armenians or Afghanis? I pick Ukraine simply because they not only hammered Russia, but also because with the Afghanis, they relied mostly on the landscape, because it is a fucking nightmare fighting under those conditions. Ukraine doesn't have any of that and they stopped a full-fledged Russian invasion despite being on flat Eurasian steppe land - the first time Russia ever got defeated for reasons other than climate (which the Chechens and Afghanis rely heavily on). They're that damn good to where they can go without any logistics whatsoever while under siege in a bombed out fucking city and win in just strategy alone.

  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Filipinos are the most powerful race in the world

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This man knows

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Why is it that every Anglo guy living and married in Asia looks like this? Doesn’t matter if British, American, Canadian, or Australian. It’s always this guy.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Beer

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Ukraine was the workhorse of the USSR in military and industrial terms.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      They've become the perfect Slavic warriors thanks to this conflict.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        They've been good for a long time. The main issue is that their old Soviet system held them back. training from NATO allows them to reach their potential since they are more eager to learn.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          There has been talk of Belarus getting involved, but that wouldn't add nothing to the fight because even their own special forces are not as trained. They literally relied on Russia just for some people protesting the election.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Russia's main contribution to defusing those protests were the information war they launched.
            They really are masters at that sort of thing.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Belarus getting involved would be suicide because Belarus right now is politically unstable. Luka is essentially like saddam when it comes to his military being the only reason he hasn't been outted yet. Not to mention the poor state of the belarusian military. All they are good for is simply being meatshields.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Plus if Luka doesn't get involved, he can always claim, "Hey, I was forced to do it! Russia's army was too strong for us to say no to letting Russia use our territory as a staging ground."

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Well, I don't care how pro-Russia you are, you've got to admit that the number of Russian casualties is much higher than any war they've fought EVER. Esp Afghanistan that lasted a decade. They killed more than even they did. Already Russia and Ukraine both lost 100,000 troops so far and we're not even 1 fucking year into it. That is how intense the fighting is that it confused even military analysts, given how within the first says of the invasion warned that Kyiv would fall within 48 hours. That didn't happen. Then they're trying to say this conflict will last quite a long time in some frozen conflict scenario until they reach a stalemate, and already Wagner's capabilities are wearing thin due to a lack of supplies since the fighting died down during early January. Even Russia's best fighters were annihilated despite being the 2nd buggest military on Earth and a country with more land than any other tp where it's the size of a fucking continent.

                https://i.imgur.com/f2AV3e4.jpg

                Historically it was always the Ukrainians, the area was essentially a Medieval Wild West for hundreds of years, and anyone moving there went in as a desperado, merc, bandit, or adventurer. Over centuries many different types of people moved in, from Vikings to Mongols to Turks, Persians and Africans (and the last of the Circassians) and more, that they began to adopt a style and manner of dress and the iconic topknot hair dressing to identify as what we now called Cossacks. They became a semi-nomadic horse people like the Comanche in America but thanks to close proximity to both European politics and the fabulous wealth of Asia were able to retain a high level of cultural sophistication and social coherence.
                some of the original "diversity is our strength" types, if you will.
                Afghan are bloody minded but not coherent, Georgians, Azeri, Armenii are all just iterations on slav peasants with an admixture of the dregs of Turcomen, barely worth talking about

                >Afghan are bloody minded but not coherent, Georgians, Azeri, Armenii are all just iterations on slav peasants with an admixture of the dregs of Turcomen, barely worth talking about
                Well, to be fair, Azeris destroyed the Armenians over the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict back in 2020 and destroyed all of Armenia's Russian T-series tanks, which is quite impressive in itself given how those very same tanks were one of NATO's biggest nightmares of all.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          An adaptive yet fanatically determined Slavic enemy baffles the Vatnik. They're too used to viewing their world as "Russia Vs West". They are not prepared for a Slav vs Slav war.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    these comparisons are impossible to make

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Historically it was always the Ukrainians, the area was essentially a Medieval Wild West for hundreds of years, and anyone moving there went in as a desperado, merc, bandit, or adventurer. Over centuries many different types of people moved in, from Vikings to Mongols to Turks, Persians and Africans (and the last of the Circassians) and more, that they began to adopt a style and manner of dress and the iconic topknot hair dressing to identify as what we now called Cossacks. They became a semi-nomadic horse people like the Comanche in America but thanks to close proximity to both European politics and the fabulous wealth of Asia were able to retain a high level of cultural sophistication and social coherence.
    some of the original "diversity is our strength" types, if you will.
    Afghan are bloody minded but not coherent, Georgians, Azeri, Armenii are all just iterations on slav peasants with an admixture of the dregs of Turcomen, barely worth talking about

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      East Asian admixture in Georgia is negligible outside of Kakheti and northern Mtskheta

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I think afghans from rando villages are probably the hardest mfers just due to pure Darwinian selection pressure. Its like being forged in a mad max flavored crucible shithole.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The most well supplied well led and motivated people. This shifts throughout history.

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