Ukraine Invaded by the Russians - September to October 2022

In hindight, that wasn’t very bright was it.

If nothing else, this current crisis will help accelerate the transition to renewables. That’s the only silver lining here.

Guy

Most people could not care less about what ‘renewables’ the WEF wants in times cold or starvation.
It seems neither does China or India as they do as they please.

Sure it was just an accident /s

Thugs

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Blimey, it’s Paul Joseph Watson, Alex Jones’ protégé :crazy_face:

Tin foil, brother. Universal thingie to put on your head in case “reset” cometh…

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Scommy is seeing this from the guys like Solovyov, Skabeeva etc, he knows the absolute truth! How is the battle for a cowshed outside Bakhmut in a"3-days-capture-kiev- denazify-demilitarize-special-operation", any updates from the past month, scommy? Is khuilo going to blow up the nuke station by the way, or will shit his pants as always?

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I’m out of my depth, but I’m going to go out on a limb here, mainly because the New York Post has already sort of explained things. I’m no tech-head, but this video seems to communicate the idea that a drone called Mavic, when serving as a kind robotic artillery scout/forward observer, can somehow be technologically (cybernetically? digitally?) persuaded to switch sides:

As an aside: interestingly (I think), in this one we get to see the Russians as just regular guys.

Made by China’s DJI, I mean, why would anyone be surprised?

I don’t know enough about the tech stuff to be a judge of that part. I was afraid to say much of anything beyond non-tech conclusions about what seems to have happened, and I wasn’t even completely sure that my non-tech conclusions were right.

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The most likely way would be sniffing the frequency and code used between the drone and remote, and then send out a much stronger signal to get control of the drone.

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Not very well designed military hardware if they can do that.

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But don’t the Ukrainian fellows deserve a little bit of credit for cleverness? Just asking. :slight_smile:

By the way, I also think the Russian guys deserve a little credit for figuring out they’d been had, and for seeking somewhere else to hang out.

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But it’s not military hardware, it’s just a DJI commercial drone.

Back in February and March, the Russians were also detecting signals from Ukraine’s DJI drones as soon as they launched, and shell their location.

Holy smokes, is there a way to prevent that?

Otherwise, what’s the point in having those things?

The Ukrainians started to launch the drones from a position away from their troops as a misdirect.

Ah, I finally a solution that doesn’t require any tech knowledge to understand! :slight_smile:

I read someplace a while back that they had also turned off or spoofed the GPS then just fly by sight.

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Yeah, because starting from a certain firmware version, the drone would send out unencrypted telemetry of itself and the remote in the handshake signals.

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Didn’t DJI also give Russia an updated version of the tracking software before it was commercially released? or was just internet scuttlebutt?

Video of Ukrainians being shelled immediately after launching a DJI drone.

I think the Russians definitely knew how to use these signals. Although, it would seem like the Ukrainians are also able to use these signals now.