Cotton in Crimea – only jokes and memes about explosions in the Russian-occupied peninsula

Cotton in Crimea - only jokes and memes about explosions in the Russian-occupied peninsula

Surely you all have already heard the main news for today – in the village of Novofedorovka, which is located in the Crimea occupied by the Russians at a distance of about 200 km from the front line, where the military airfield is located Cotton in Crimea - only jokes and memes about explosions in the Russian-occupied peninsulaCotton in Crimea - only jokes and memes about explosions in the Russian-occupied peninsula Since 2014, the 43rd Fighter Aviation Regiment of the Russian Air Force has been based at the Saki airfield in Novofedorovka, armed with Su-24 bombers and Su-30 fighters. , August 9 in the afternoon there was some unknown “pop” . These irresistible videos have made the rounds on the internet several times, but what about the jokes and memes that have flooded social media? Since it is no longer possible to work today, it remains to have fun on the Internet – we have collected a selection of the first reactions of Ukrainians in social networks (mainly on Twitter – where else, if not there).

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So let’s go, explosions in Crimea are in jokes and memes

To begin with, once again a video with a potential first strike of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on a military target in Crimea:

On the (tacit) ban on the use of Western weapons from partners to carry out attacks on the territory of the Russian Federation

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Cotton in Crimea - only jokes and memes about explosions in the Russian-occupied peninsula

One of the most viral videos is “Mommy, get out of here!”:

About Russian air defense:

Cotton in Crimea - only jokes and memes about explosions in the Russian-occupied peninsula

Cotton in Crimea - only jokes and memes about explosions in the Russian-occupied peninsula

About the Russian military airfield in Saki:

The propagandist Simonyan is in the stage of denial (yes, as expected, a gesture of goodwill and everything like that):

Cotton in Crimea - only jokes and memes about explosions in the Russian-occupied peninsula

Continuing on the topic of ideological “spiritual bonds”:

Meanwhile, the Crimean bridge:

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Former adviser to the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Viktor Andrusov, says that there are already missiles with a range of 200-300 km (“we have not even started anything yet”).

Cotton in Crimea - only jokes and memes about explosions in the Russian-occupied peninsula

An interesting coincidence:

Ukrposhta has already begun work on the design of a new stamp:

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And a few more funny (subjectively) jokes:

The main question is how the Armed Forces of Ukraine could hit the military airport of the occupiers in Crimea. The Russian Ministry of Defense almost immediately stated that “there were no arrivals,” but it seemed that suddenly “several aviation ammunition was detonated, aircraft were not damaged and there were no human casualties either.” At the same time, at least five victims are already known, including a child.

The Ukrainian authorities have not yet commented on the explosions in the occupied Crimea. But if we start from the information available on the network, then among the long-range weapons with which our military is potentially capable of striking deep into the territory controlled by the enemy, the first thing that comes to mind is the ATACMS missiles for the HIMARS MLRS, which are capable of hitting targets at a distance of up to 300 km ( yes, the delivery of these missiles was not officially announced, however, there should not be an AGM-88 HARM anti-radar missile either). Among other versions actively discussed in social networks is a modified anti-ship missile R-360 “Neptun”, or OTRK “Grom” / “Sapsan”. Also, the possibility of an air strike by the Air Force of the Ukrainian Armed Forces or partisan actions cannot be ruled out, although these options seem less realistic.

If you want to supplement the selection, or put forward your assumption about today’s events in Crimea, welcome to the comments.

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