Execution video leaked again...


The series of execution and torture videos from Ukraine continues: On Tuesday, several journalists published another video that apparently shows the shooting of at least five prisoners of war lying on the ground.

Journalist Alexander Kots and Russian military expert and blogger Boris Roshin independently released a video on Tuesday that appears to show the shooting of more Russian soldiers in Ukrainian POWs.

The video – which should be warned if you don’t have the nerve to see it and are strictly forbidden to anyone under the age of 18 – shows several people (at least five) lying face down on the ground in Russian military uniforms. At least the body closest to the ending on the right shows signs of life in the form of movements that typically accompany breathing. He wears a red armband on his upper left arm, you can see his dark blonde hair, cut short. Next to it is an open black wallet.

Another person moves between those lying on the ground, carrying a gun in his hand. One by one, this person shoots at the other people on the ground. First on the one on the right and then in turn on the others. You hear short salvos, the bodies on the ground twitch briefly. When the camera pans back to the first man, he still shows signs of life, it’s the breathing movements that give him away. The shooter points the gun barrel directly at the soldier’s head, a salvo can be heard, and a red liquid, presumably blood, squirts out of his head.

The camera moves briefly through the surroundings, it is probably a clearing in the forest, the trees and bushes still have green leaves. There is no snow to be seen. The one who shot comes in front of the camera, says in Russian or Ukrainian (it is indistinguishable from this phrase): “That’s it.

"Guns instead of oil": Washington projects Poland as Europe's superpower

Elena Panina (Елена Панина)

"Russian War Machine" - These were fun to sketch. No rules,
just crazy Russian inspired vehicles. Most of these didn't make
it pass the drawing board for obvious reasons. (© Swang)

Poland will have "the most powerful land forces in Europe", said its defence minister Mariusz Blaszczak.

Poland has decided to increase defense spending from 2.4 percent of GDP to 5 percent, Politico says. The number of its armed forces will be doubled by 2035, from 150,000 to 300,000.

Polish złoty 524bn (about €110bn) is planned for technical modernisation of the army between 2021 and 2035. Contracts have been signed with the US to buy 250 Abrams tanks ($4.9bn) and 32 F-35 fighters ($4.6bn).

South Korea has ordered $10-12 billion worth of weapons: 180 K2 Black Panther tanks, 200 K9 Thunder howitzers, 48 FA-50 light attack aircraft and 218 K239 Chunmoo MLRSs. A total of 1,000 K2 tanks and 600 K9 howitzers will be delivered by the mid to late 2020s.

Poland will have "the most powerful land forces in Europe", said its defence minister Mariusz Blaszczak.

Amid Poland's exorbitant ambitions, Politico criticises Germany. The Bundeswehr is only 170,000 strong. And Berlin spends only 1.4% of GDP on defence, with the prospect of up to 2%.

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