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Petri Mäkelä
This has been a slow buildup. It is noticeable that Russian social media is not showing any troop movements. Also imagery from the conscripts and kontraktniks has dried up in the past 7 days. Control has been tightened considerably for the first time in past five years.
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Petri Mäkelä 27 Nov 18
And to me too
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Veritas 27 Nov 18
Replying to @pmakela1 @20committee
Social media from Russia was showing footage of large scale military equipment moving westward ... including long trains carrying tanks and other heavy artillery ....
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Petri Mäkelä 27 Nov 18
That was in September
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Taurevanime 27 Nov 18
Replying to @pmakela1
Well of course Russian social media isn't showing troop movements. They made it illegal for soldiers to use social media. They have learned the lessons from Syria.
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Petri Mäkelä 27 Nov 18
Replying to @Taurevanime
Most of the movement data didn't come from soldiers..
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Petri Mäkelä 27 Nov 18
Replying to @Usmc0311F
Filmed by propaganda outlet RT...
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Electric, I. 27 Nov 18
I vividly remember the start of the Donbas invasion beginning with the feed for the Donetsk live webcam being taken down.
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Electric, I. 27 Nov 18
I wasn’t sure if I was just recalling a false memory, but I remember seeing someone physically entering the facility where the web cam was located and shutting it down
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