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VIDEO : Muscovites React To Total Mobilization Ordered By Moscow czar

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0:55 "I'd rather go to prison" This is the kind of man we need
 
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I have signed a decree where Kalingrad is Independent Country.
 
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Maskal colonial madness ...

 

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This is Putin's 4th attempt at "partial mobilization".

When the US mobilized for D-Day it took a year of preparation. You start with the command structure, get the HQ's setup, then bring in the trainers and get them up to speed, then logistics people, then the weapons and ammunition, and a bunch of other stuff I am not mentioning. The last thing you do is bring in the recruits.

The USSR kept the command and training cadres for reserves on a permanent active duty status. Putin ended that practice to save money. So they are rounding up conscripts with no officer corps or trainers, no supplies, and no plan but to shove them into Ukraine piecemeal to plug the holes. Poorly equipped, poorly trained, and poorly led. There will be really heavy casualties.

It's tempting to feel sorry for them. But they're Russians. This brings the war closer to home for them, and they have it coming.
 

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Maybe they should all go there with Molotov cocktails.
The USSR kept the command and training cadres for reserves on a permanent active duty status. Putin ended that practice to save money. So they are rounding up conscripts with no officer corps or trainers, no supplies, and no plan but to shove them into Ukraine piecemeal to plug the holes. Poorly equipped, poorly trained, and poorly led. There will be really heavy casualties.
The Russian army of the 90s would completely destroy today's Russian army if they got into a war against each other.
 

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Maybe they should all go there with Molotov cocktails.

The Russian army of the 90s would completely destroy today's Russian army if they got into a war against each other.
Yeah, no question about that. It took 30 years of raiding the military budget to get to where they are now.

My favorite is still the Navy Captain that sold the propellers off his own destroyer, lol.
 
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Maybe they should all go there with Molotov cocktails.

The Russian army of the 90s would completely destroy today's Russian army if they got into a war against each other.
Yeah, no question about that. It took 30 years of raiding the military budget to get to where they are now.

My favorite is still the Navy Captain that sold the propellers off his own destroyer, lol.
Moscow loves its soldiers, but only on TV. In reality, Moscow mobilized soldiers live in such conditions:

 

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Families in Sakhalin will receive 5kg of fish...

“It means that the government of the Sakhalin region has agreed with the fishery industry, and about 9 tons of fresh-frozen fish have been allocated to the Sakhalin region. This is flounder, pollock, chum salmon. And in the near future, our volunteers, about 180 people throughout the Sakhalin Region, will bring about 5-6 kilograms per person to the families of mobilized residents, ”the official said.

According to Shuvalov, this is “such a project, such an action, as one of the support measures, that is, it is not exhaustive of what the party is doing. And in the near future, fish will appear in the families.

Earlier it was reported that in Belgorod they launched a psychological assistance service for relatives of the mobilized, and in Tuva the authorities gave the families of the mobilized a sheep.

 

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Can't find it in English, but there was some article about an 11th grade girl who threw a Molotov cocktail at a recruitment office.
 
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