“Let's help avoid conscription”: Russians are offered a quick “excuse” from mobilization
Russians are not happy about Putin's announcement of partial mobilization and are looking for all sorts of ways to avoid it. Therefore, the military registration and enlistment offices of the occupying country resort to tricks.
Yes, photos with evidence of how they want to mobilize Russians for war have appeared on the network. Although, at first glance, it may seem that those who are not indifferent want to lend a helping hand.
Conscription with cunning
In Moscow and the region, postcards began to appear with a large title “Let's help avoid conscription.” They note that they understand the compulsion to such mobilization and note that they work with experienced lawyers.
In addition, those who are not indifferent noted that they “will help to solve the problem as soon as possible.”
“Not indifferent” offer help to Muscovites/Photo from Victoria Voronina's Twitter
However, those who are tempted to apply for this number will not receive help at all. The fact is that the author of the postcard is the military commissariat of the Tver region.
The military commissariat turned out to be “not indifferent”/Photo from Victoria Voronina's Twitter
Partial mobilization in Russia: what is known
- In Russia, they want to mobilize 300,000 reservists . According to Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, this is only 1% of the total mobilization resource. The conscription work will be carried out “as planned, not all at once.”
- Russians are not satisfied with such plans of the Kremlin. When only rumors about a possible mobilization appeared, they began to look for ways to “hang” from the service. In particular, they tried to find information on how painlessly you can break your arms and legs.
- When the partial mobilization was officially announced, the Russians sold out all tickets for direct flights from Moscow to Istanbul.
- In addition, the “Spring” movement called for a nationwide protest and express their dissatisfaction in the squares in every city. However, when the Russians went to the rallies, they immediately began to be brutally detained.