The battle between the Russian and Ukrainian armies is far from over. On Sunday morning, new explosions hit the skies of the capital and other Ukrainian cities. The country’s second largest city, Kharkiv, became a battlefield on Sunday morning after Russian troops stormed the area as huge explosions lit up the night sky in southwestern Kiev. The country’s president has accused Russia of “terror” and called for an international tribunal.
Ukrainian soldiers grease bullets with pig fat
To defend themselves against the Chechen military forces, Ukrainian soldiers anoint the bullets with lard. The tactic works for one reason only. Few people know why Ukraine is actually doing this in the fight against its opponents.
Why am I doing this in the fight against the Chechens?
Ukrainian soldiers take pig fat and grease the bullets in their weapons to defend themselves against Chechen soldiers. They will be used in the fighting against Ramzan Kadyrov’s troops. Because Chechens are Muslims, they are not allowed to eat meat and pork products. A video made by Ukrainian special forces soldiers shows the bullets being smeared with lard, and one of them addresses the Chechens, telling them: “In Paradise, in Ukraine, you can’t get there, because you’ll die of bacon-fired bullets ”. Watch the video HERE with soldiers fattening pig fat bullets in the fight against the Chechens.
Ramzan Kadyrov’s army has joined the Russian assault on Ukraine
Chechnya is a republic in southern Russia and a key ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin. His soldiers responded to a call from the Kremlin leader in the war with Ukraine. In fact, a top commander of Chechen troops and the right hand of leader Ramzan Kadyrov were allegedly killed by Ukrainian special forces SpetzNaz “Alpha” in the area of Gostomel airport, near Kiev. General Magomed Tushaev was reportedly eliminated along with his entire regiment.
A few hours ago, Ukrainian elite SpetzNaz “Alpha” troops eliminated the top commander of the Chechen forces, General Magomed Tushaev, and his entire “kadyrovtsi” regiment, which landed in the Gostomel area near Kiev. Confirmed. More details coming soon, “wrote journalist Victor Kovalenko on Twitter.
Chechen soldiers are acting on Putin’s orders
The Chechens denied information about their general and said they would come with evidence. Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov said in a video that his troops had not been killed so far and that Russia could easily conquer large Ukrainian cities, including Kiev. However, their task would be to avoid the loss of human lives, Kadyrov pointed out.
According to Russia Today, there were about 12,000 Chechen fighters on Friday, waiting for the order of Russian President Vladimir Putin to enter Ukraine. Grozny TV also reported on Thursday that “the head of the Chechen Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov, addressed the audience, telling him that the Chechen military is ready to carry out any order of the country’s president (no. Vladimir Putin).”