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And here goes the new round of donations for the Ukrainian army. Thanks to everyone who has donated last time! Here's one piece of equipment paid for by your money: a vehicle for the 58th brigade. Today I'll post some more donation links🧵 Image
1. Communications equipment for the 1st (Bogun) Brigade. Radio batteries, antennas, etc

Wire

IBAN: UA403220010000026204329575932
Swift: UNJSUAUKXXX
Account: 26204329575932
Receiver: PARFONOV HLIB
Bank: JSC UNIVERSAL BANK
City: KYIV, UKRAINE

PayPal

gleb.parfenov95@gmail.com
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Crypto links for the communications equipment

BTC bc1qsksu2x0lnqs09yv3qtsdlxgxjsmqecdqrmjhvy
ETH 0x08447D07152d7E2d566ecD7462dC862262850636
2. The orcbusters fund is crowdfunding for the 1-ASU Valkiriya drones used for adjusting the artillery fire, vehicles, winter clothes for soldiers, etc. You can find wire transfer, card payment, crypto etc. donation details on their website

orcbusters.com/#campaigns
3. Chechen Sheikh Mansur Battalion is crowdfunding for a drone. Currently they are approximately 3250 usd short. These are pro-Ichkeriya and anti-Kadyrov Chechens fighting on the Ukrainian side in this war

send.monobank.ua/jar/PWiDoqtss
4. Dutch-located "Zeilen van Vrijheid" fund buying ambulance cars and medical kits for Ukraine zeilenvanvrijheid.nl Unlike many others they have "US bank transfer to tax-deductible 501(c)(3) charity" links both for individuals and corporations as well as PayPal, GoFundme, etc
5. Shevchenko University students are crowdfunding for a UAV for Cherkassy territorial defense

Bank: PrivatBank
City: KYIV, UKRAINE
Receiver: Vladyslav Murachov
IBAN: UA373052990262006400935722120
Account: 262006400935722120

Paypal: mvladchua@gmail.com
send.monobank.ua/jar/3NEj9iMEuv
6. A fund helping the territorial defense in Sumy region. Drones, border observation, medical kits and other equipment

fond.sumy.ua/#Donate-section
7. Lubart special operations unit is crowdfunding for a drone:

send.monobank.ua/jar/32Lmt5ugaJ

Company name: Charity Fund Lubart
Identification code: 444703899
IBAN: UA493052990000026003020810861
Bank: JSC CB "PRIVATBANK"

BTC:
bc1qhvy2gsj055fwawya4a4zz6j0qguxdkmn3hp40c
8. Donations for the 47th assault regiment. Wire transfer, PayPal, crypto transfer details

markusfoundation.com/rekvizyty-blah…
9. Lviv defence cluster

CHARITY FUND «ASSISTANCE TO LVIV DEFENCE CLUSTER
USREOU code: 44788003
Location: Ukraine, 79019, Lviv, Zhovkivska str, 22
BANK: JSC CB PRIVATBANK
IBAN USD: UA553052990000026000031023015
IBAN EUR: UA083052990000026002041029052
SWIFT: PBANUA2X
10. A volunteer "Dyka Poshta "fund buying miscellaneous for the troops: from provisions to the anti drone guns

dykaposhta.org/donate/
11. Fund "Come back alive" savelife.in.ua/en/donate-en/#… a large fund specialised on providing the troops with everything necessary. They accept wire transfers, payments by card and crypto donations

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May 19
I have repeatedly pointed out that the modern Russian military industry has little continuity with the Soviet one. Destroyed in the 1990s, it was effectively created anew in the Putin's era. Still, it may sound too abstract, so I will zoom in on one specific example:

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Located in Chelyabink, Stankomash industrial park hosts major producers for the nuclear, shipbuilding, oil & gas and energy industries. It also produces weaponry, including mine trawls and artillery ammunition (based on the open sources)

All under the umbrella of Konar company Image
Some examples of the Stankomash manufacture. These photos well illustrate the philosophy of Soviet/Russian dual use industry. In the peace time, you focus primarily on civilian products, in the war time you convert it all to the production of weaponry.


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May 17
No offence, but this is a completely imbecile, ignorant, ridiculous framing. I have no explanation for all this debate except for a complete & determined ignorance of the foreign policy making class, and their refusal to learn literally anything about the material world.
"Components" framing makes sense when we are discussing drones. Why? Because drones are literally made from the imported components. You buy like 90% of them in China, and may be you make like 10% domestically. For the most part, you just assemble what you bought in China.
Not the case with missiles. Most of what the missile consists of, including its most critical, hard to make parts is produced domestically. Why? Because you cannot buy it abroad. More often than not, you cannot buy it in China. You can only make it yourself, domestically.
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Contrary to the popular opinion, Andrey Belousov's appointment as a Minister of Defense makes perfect sense. From the Kremlin's perspective, war is primarily about industry & economy. Now Belousov is the central economic & industrial thinker (and planner) in the Russian gov.
Born into a Soviet Brahmin economist family, Belousov is an exceedingly rare case of an academician making a successful career in the Russian gov. Even more noteworthy, he rose to the position of power through his academic work and publications.

This is unique, ultra rare.Image
Belousov's career track:

1976-1981 Moscow State University ("economic cybernetics"). Basically, economics, but with the heavy use of then new computers.
1981-1986 Central Economic Mathematical Institute
1986-2006 Instutute of Economic Forecasting
2006-2024 Government
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May 7
If you want to imagine Russia, imagine a depressive, depopulating town. Now on the outskirts of a town, there is an outrageously over-equipped, overfunded strategic enterprise that has literally everything money can buy in the world. It feels like a spaceship from another planet
Strategic industry is extremely generously equipped. Western companies look scoundrels in comparison. That’s why I am so sceptical about the whole “corruption” narrative. Not that it’s wrong. It’s just that it is the perspective of a little, envious bitch.
What needs to be funded, will be funded. It will actually be overfunded and most literally drowned in money. Obviously, overfunding the strategic sector comes at the cost of underfunding almost everything else (like urban infrastructure). That’s why the town looks so grim.
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We have successfully documented the entire Russian missiles industry, mapping 28 of its key enterprises. Read our first OSINT sample focusing on the Votkinsk Plant, a major producer of intercontinental ballistic missiles. How does it make weaponry?


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The strategic missiles industry appears to be highly secretive and impenetrable to the observers. And yet, it is perfectly OSINTable, based on the publicly available sources. This investigation sample illustrates our approach and methodology (31 p.)

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Step 1. State Propaganda.

Our first and invaluable source is the state propaganda, such as the federal and regional TV channels, corporate media, social media and so on. It provides abundant visual evidence, particularly on the hardware used in the production of weaponry.Image
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In August 1999, President Yeltsin appointed his FSB Chief Putin as the new Prime Minister. Same day, he named him as the official successor. Yet, there was a problem. To become a president, Putin had to go through elections which he could not win.

He was completely obscure.Image
Today, Putin is the top rank global celebrity. But in August 1999, nobody knew him. He was just an obscure official of Yeltsin's administration, made a PM by the arbitrary will of the sovereign. This noname clerk had like 2-3% of popular support

Soon, he was to face elections Image
By the time of Putin's appointment, Russia already had its most favoured candidate. It was Primakov. A former Yeltsin's Prime Minister who broke with Yeltsin to contest for power. The most popular politician in Russia with massive support both in masses and in the establishment. Image
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