Watch: Ukraine Terrorist Drones Targeting Moscow Buildings

Sometimes, the best way to win a war is to just send weapons to target buildings at random.

This fills the enemy with terror, making the civilian population believe they could be killed at any moment.

It’s known as “the just war.”


Russia’s Defence Ministry said it had brought down three Ukrainian drones early on Sunday that had been trying to attack Moscow.

Nobody was hurt and there was only minor damage to the facade of two office buildings in the Moskva-Citi business district, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said.

The incident followed what Russia said was a similar Ukrainian attempt to attack Moscow with two drones last Monday, one of which was brought down close to the headquarters of the defence ministry. It spoke at the time of taking harsh retaliatory measures against Ukraine.

Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Mykhailo Fedorov said after Monday’s attempted attack that there would be more drone strikes. There was no immediate reaction from Kyiv to the latest incident.

“There were no casualties or injuries,” Sobyanin, the mayor, said in a short statement on the incident.

Flights to and from Moscow’s Vnukovo airport were briefly suspended due to the incident, the TASS news agency reported.

The Defence Ministry said two drones had crashed in the Moskva-Citi district after being brought down using radio-electronic equipment. Air defences had shot down one more in the air over the Odintsovo area in the Moscow region, it said.

On the morning of 30th July, an attempted terrorist attack by the Kyiv regime using unmanned aerial vehicles against targets in the city of Moscow was foiled,” the ministry said in its statement.

The just war, and the concept of really fighting with morality, is about fear and targeting the civilian population.

This is always how the good guys fight.