r/PublicFreakout Sep 24 '22 Helpful 1 Narwhal Salute 1

Fight breaks out in the city of Omsk among men who’ve been drafted and local police forcing them onto buses. Draftees called on the police to come die with them in the trenches.

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u/merrittj3 Sep 24 '22

Wow...that does NOT bode well for a fighting force.

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u/Jaded_Prompt_15 Sep 24 '22

Russian officers about to find out where the term "fragging" comes from...

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u/genowars Sep 24 '22

They're about to discover teamkill in real life..

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u/Jaded_Prompt_15 Sep 24 '22

That's what fragging is...

American draftees in Vietnam "accidentally" threw fragmentation grenades next to sleeping officers when they thought the officer was determintal to their life expectancies.

Or when they just thought the officer was a huge dick.

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u/Longjumping-Voice452 Sep 24 '22

It got so bad COs eventually slept next to the medic tent so that they wouldnt get fragged due to collateral damage.

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u/Jaded_Prompt_15 Sep 24 '22

Yeah, best case for Russia is these guys immediately surrender when they get to Ukraine.

But it seems like a pretty good chance they decide to keep their guns and aim them at Russia.

And they're not going to target Russian civilians, because they are Russian civilians.

They'll go after military and state targets

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u/By_your_command Sep 24 '22

The rifles these guys are getting issued are rusted through pieces of shit. They won’t even be able to shoot their CO’s with them.

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u/BEZthePEZ Sep 24 '22

I saw that and I still can’t wrap my head around it

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u/BeastOGevaudan Sep 25 '22

They'll still work as clubs.

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u/A3HeadedMunkey Sep 25 '22

Improvise, Adapt, Overcome

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u/Jostain Sep 25 '22

Would they? Once maybe but I would trust a heavy rock more.

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u/Broken_But-Whole Sep 24 '22

shouldnt we all? when people no longer have a choice and our ‘choices’ are fabricated to mean nothing but buzzwords.

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u/Rich_Ad_605 Sep 24 '22

Dang crazy never knew that

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u/Arthur-Mergan Sep 24 '22

Over 900 frags between 1969-1972. A frag nearly every day.

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u/PunisherASM129 Sep 24 '22

The real number is way, way higher, or so I'd guess.

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u/deucetastic Sep 24 '22

*Over with a capital O… he clearly meant way way more

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u/TheStatMan2 Sep 25 '22

A frag day keeps the COs away.

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u/Ieatsushiraw Sep 24 '22

I wouldn’t be surprised if that happened here and there in WWII and Korea but idk just seems like a possibility all things considered

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u/Jaded_Prompt_15 Sep 24 '22

The difference is the grunts opinion on the war

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u/bidpappa1 Sep 25 '22

The difference is draftees vs volunteer forces. That’s why it hasn’t been a problem since Nam, we switched to an all volunteer army.

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u/Parcivaal Sep 24 '22

It’s happened in every war since we first started chasing each other with sticks. Most recently in Iraq and Afghanistan

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u/Slamdunkdink Sep 24 '22

This true. But I'm expecting a whole new level of "accidental" deaths soon. Maybe a record. At least it will open up opportunities for advancement in the enlisted ranks to officers. "Ah no comrade, I respectfully decline the promotion. But you take, you deserve it".

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u/TheStatMan2 Sep 25 '22

Chasing each other with sticks was just foreplay.

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u/bidpappa1 Sep 25 '22

Having served in an active duty army where that almost never happened in 20 years during two wars (OIF/OEF), I’m going to assume the real problem was drafting/conscripting people who didn’t want to be there and not shitty officers. We obviously had shitty officers who made bad calls in Iraq and Afghanistan too (just based on humanity always having a few turds), but fragging wasn’t a thing.

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u/Jaded_Prompt_15 Sep 25 '22

No shit, I don't know why you wrote a comment telling us you figured it out tho

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u/KlausTeachermann Sep 24 '22

Literally what they just said.

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u/Hungry-Lemon8008 Sep 24 '22

Intentional friendly fire seems eminent.

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u/PoopFromMyButt Sep 24 '22

They won't get a chance to rebel. They are being sent to be immediately killed in false flag attacks by russian mercenaries.

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u/crudedrawer Sep 24 '22

Not sure I follow what the point of that would be.

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u/BunsFromMars Sep 24 '22

To kill off dissidents and to justify future invasions.

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u/crudedrawer Sep 24 '22

I don't know how "our untrained and unwilling conscriptees got dead instantly" inspires support for future invasions tho.

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u/BunsFromMars Sep 24 '22

As if the Russians are reporting on anything other than the guys who want to go. You realize the majority of Russia supports the war because they're so brainwashed by the government owned news they don't know what's real anymore. If all Russia is saying oh they killed a bunch of our guys it absolutely will gain support.

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u/crudedrawer Sep 24 '22

If information is that closely controlled - and I'm sure it is - they don't even have to send the conscriptees. I guess they just do it for jollies. But this method creates a lot more potential fail points for a propaganda effort.

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u/mces97 Sep 24 '22

It does if they defect and joins Ukraine's side.

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u/colombo1326 Sep 24 '22

That has to be the worst military force ever assembled. People with no military experience that don’t want to fight for someone that doesn’t give a fuck about them

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u/rampanz Sep 24 '22

Same thing happened in Germany and other countries as well.

You fight or you get hung in the streets, some choice.

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u/Major1ar Sep 25 '22

US did our fair share of killing our own on purpose in the trench's of WW1. Even crucified dudes refusing to jump the wall.

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u/CaliJudoJitsu Sep 24 '22

Nothing to see here. Just a Special Draft Operation.

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u/proerafortyseven Sep 24 '22

So it looks like morale is high ☺️

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u/Sullyville Sep 24 '22

casualty tallies will be

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u/Stunning_Spare Sep 25 '22

I think somehow they know what's really going on at frontline.

they don't want to be fertilizer.

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u/GiveMeTheYeetBoys Sep 24 '22

This is just sad. Imagine being dragged from your home so you can go die from a grenade dropped on you by a drone as you try to sleep in your trench. All for your “presidents” imperialistic side project that he wont even acknowledge as a war.

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u/NormalHumanCreature Sep 24 '22

I only for bad for those who opposed the invasion. The supporters can get blasted.

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u/cheeruphumanity Sep 24 '22

What makes you think these people getting drafted against their will support the invasion?

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u/spyson Sep 24 '22

What makes you think he's using a blanket statement when his first sentence says he feels bad for those who oppose the invasion.

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u/TempleOfDoomfist Sep 24 '22

What makes you think? Expired cereal?

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u/downonthesecond Sep 25 '22

Many think Russians will be able to surrender right away and they're not at risk of blown up on their way to wherever their final destination is.

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u/NonAggressive-Ask Sep 24 '22

If you haven't use whatever freedom, you possess to put your very life in jeopardy fighting Putin in Russia, for the past 24 years he's been methodically removing all freedom, and inching towards reassembling the Soviet Union, and 8 years since annexing Crimea, I've got zero sympathy for you

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u/lobax Sep 24 '22

I feel it’s hard to judge from the west. I haven’t had to fight or sacrifice my life for my freedom and democracy, and the lasts one that did are around 100 years old now. I admire those that do, but it’s hard to demand something like that of people.

Putin has been very skilled at removing democracy in Russia, he has done it slow enough that people haven’t bothered to protest. And if they do, he strikes swiftly, with enormous consequences. Not even small protests are tolerated, which prevents the large protests that could topple his power. Everyone arrested for protesting the war is now being sent to war too, via forced conscription.

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u/Sloofin Sep 24 '22

The beatings will continue until moral improves.

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u/longoverdue83 Sep 24 '22

Okay sure gimme a gun

Alright

turns to leadershio

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u/Slobbadobbavich Sep 24 '22

Sorry, no gun. You will find one.

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u/all__my_S0rr0w Sep 24 '22

I found a gun! Now i need to find someone with ammo

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u/Dobalina_Wont_Quit Sep 24 '22

80 year-old PPSh-41 and SSh-40 equipped

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

Sounds like my standard Tarkov loadout for cheap lootruns

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u/Irae37 Sep 24 '22

Sounds like the plot to the first CoD game where all they give you is a magazine.

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u/kapponen Sep 24 '22

I will never forget that level. I think the one I played was in medal of honor but it may have been CoD

It was either the seige of leningrad or the battle of stalingrad, fighting as USSR conscript. Come up to the staging area in a watercraft with shit sinking all around you. you hit the LZ, get pushed into queues of soldiers, and they rush you through handing you only a single magazine clip and nothing else. Then you start running towards the fray.

I was a younger kid and it was the first time I had played such an intense and well-designed level

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u/SumoTortoise Sep 24 '22

Watch Enemy at the Gates

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u/kapponen Sep 24 '22

You know what, I'll find it and watch it tonight solely based on your suggestion. your sentence contained {Movie Title} and "Watch"; That's it. It's about as straightforward of a recommendation as you can physically make and ppl don't do that unless the shit is good.

preciate it

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u/slmplychaos Sep 25 '22

It’s a great movie.

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u/Major1ar Sep 25 '22

Definitely. Easily in my Top 5 stomach-able war movies.

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u/Cubusphere Sep 24 '22

Imagine sending thousands to their death so one geriatric dude might (!) save face... Wait, history is full of these events, damn it.

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u/Rsb418 Sep 24 '22

But apart from that everything is going fine.

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u/JonasSimbacca Sep 24 '22

Their parents get to live with the fact that they personally shoved their child onto a bus to die for Putin.

If I was their kid, and I lived, I wouldn't go back to Russia.

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u/CULatorAlligator Sep 24 '22

These people can’t be reached by us. Any Russians who are on Reddit probably are already aware of what’s going on. They have to rebel, there is no choice. A madman is sending them all to their death against the might of the world’s deadliest technologies.

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u/GrayBox1313 Sep 24 '22

Gonna be tough. Russia spends a lot on a massive federalized police force who’s only job is to be an occupying force that controls the population. The People have no rights.

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u/danteheehaw Sep 25 '22

The have the right to remain compliant!

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u/TokingMessiah Sep 24 '22

I’m pretty sure dragging men and women away and sending them off to die is exactly what’s going to turn the country against Putin.

They can believe all the state-run media lies, but when your son/husband/mother/daughter never comes home you know they’re dead because of Putin.

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u/kapponen Sep 24 '22

You really aren't joking when you say "world's deadliest technologies". As this war continues the amount of geopolitical support russia has for its foolhardy operation is dwindling, to say nothing of how few supporters there were from the start.

China has been very middle of the road but there have been no reports of chinese weapons found on the battlefield (at least that I have seen). Iran has been supplying arms but now mfers over there are pissed off too and it seems, unlike the Russians, that they are willing to burn their entire country down in an act of rebellion.

We need another russian revolution or an acceptance of failure. Without those, we will see another 10+yr war if we are lucky, and a potential world war if we aren't.

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u/danteheehaw Sep 25 '22

A few Chinese munitions have been found. However, china is probably pissed off that Russia just showed the world that a lot of their shared weapons platforms suck.

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u/NonAggressive-Ask Sep 24 '22

They have to. They've had to for the past 24 years Putins been in power. They've had to for the past 8 years since Russia annexed Crimea. They've had to but they haven't, and they won't, that is not who Russians are, they have no stomach for protest or revolution. They will suffer, and wait in their bread lines, and die again, because that is who Russians are.

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u/iamamenace77 Sep 24 '22

no stomach for protest or revolution

My brother in Christ the russians arguably made one of the biggest and most important revolutions in history tho

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u/By_your_command Sep 24 '22

I have never seen a people who love the boot on their throats as much as the Russians do.

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u/donotgogenlty Sep 24 '22

Also, one you show any resistance you'll be given the worst equipment and sent to the worst spot so...

There no in between

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u/exclusionsolution Sep 24 '22

Adding 300k more bodies won't make your abysmal supply lines any better but sure find out the hard way

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u/donotgogenlty Sep 24 '22

They can use the Russian bodies to reinforce the walls for warmth during winter 🙏

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u/danteheehaw Sep 25 '22

The bodies become food when you get desperate enough.

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u/bestuzernameever Sep 24 '22

The Russian people need to revolt against Putin or they are all going to be fed into the meat grinder just for his ego

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u/iamamenace77 Sep 24 '22

Honestly things like these are starting to show the cracks of what most people (myself included) believed to be an impenetrable autocracy. St. Petersburg and Moscow DEPUTEES, government officials, signing a petition for Putin's resignation a couple weeks ago? I believed that impossible 3 years ago. Without wanting to prophecise, I believe Putin's days are counted. The only bad part is that a Russia without Putin might turn into a hellhole like Iraq without Hussein did, except this time throw nuclear missiles in the mix. I'd love for Putin to be overthrown, but I fear what might come after him.

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u/TheSimpWhisperer Sep 24 '22

Ya valieron verga.

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u/sunnoob Sep 24 '22

Morale is going to be unbreakable for the Russians now, jk

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u/DirtyJamesmydia Sep 24 '22

Russia sending their entire workforce to die, let's see how this plays out

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u/KittensAndGravy Sep 24 '22

This is how you get people on your side … by force. /s

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u/ithaqua34 Sep 24 '22

I see a few Russian gangsters caught up in the dragnet. Their tracksuits give them away every time.

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u/bigbigbutter Sep 24 '22

Hey bro, was on my way to a wedding bro.

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u/ithaqua34 Sep 24 '22

"You got the bonus plan Baby! OHHH!"

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u/skatterbrainz Sep 24 '22

Old people always send young people to die in wars. It's how all wars are waged.

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u/sandwhale- Sep 24 '22

Your choice Russia: overthrow Putin or keep sending your people to die in a war that your dear leader started

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u/haleloop963 Sep 24 '22

Yeah I don't think overthrowing Putin Is easy as said knowing damn well how far he's willing to go with force

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u/sandwhale- Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

Well no shit it’s not going to be easy. But the draftees have only three options:

  1. Go to war and likely die
  2. Desert/dodge and be a fugitive and/or arrested (10 year minimum according to recent reports). I also wouldn’t be surprised if they simply force you out to war against your will.
  3. Fight back against Putin

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u/MrValtersenReborn Sep 24 '22

I live in an authoritarian country , I can tell why overthrowing is not much possible. First; people are scared , like a lot. Second; there is no solidarity among people , everyone is for themselves. That's why individual efforts are useless and third; state already holds so much power that after this point only a revolution or something close to that can stop this madness. Needless to say there is no functioning democracy either.

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u/Princess_fay Sep 24 '22

"we don't want to die"

"get on the bus"

"No we won't die for Putin"

"Get on the bus now"

"Oh okay if you insist"

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u/Accurate_Cup_1532 Sep 24 '22

It is all fun and games supporting a war until you actually have to go to that front line...

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u/doduhstankyleg Sep 24 '22

If the mobilization looks like this across the country, then they are in trouble.

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u/tftgcddf Sep 24 '22

Oink oink ACAB

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u/JesusWuta40oz Sep 24 '22

"I want to die first!"

"No I want to die first..let me through!"

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u/MyBallsWasHot Sep 24 '22

Russian morale looks very high right now.

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u/enerchia Sep 24 '22

so much joy, truly inspiring

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u/Mesheybabes Sep 24 '22

Imagine Russia giving a gun to each of these civilians, this is going to be entertaining. I hope we get to hear of the stories of Russian officers being killed before mass surrenders

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u/PeptoPirate Sep 24 '22

They probably need bodies for some big planned false flag. They've been rounding up people who are openly anti-war. Imagine they never get any weapons they get off the bus parked next to a mass grave and then Russia blames Ukraine for war crimes.

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u/AgentLiquidMike Sep 24 '22

All for NOTHING

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u/Pure_Money Sep 24 '22

I’m surprised Putin hasn’t accidentally “fallen out of a window” yet. Definitely not making his people very happy.

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u/fro99er Sep 24 '22

I don't think I've seen one video of Ukrainians having to be forced to do anything like this.

When the war started for Ukrainians they googled how to make Molotov cocktails, when the war came to the average Russian citizens they google how to leave the country

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u/Instagibbon Sep 24 '22

Well yeah, the instinct to defend what is yours is often stronger than the desire of invading.

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u/Bootybandit6989 Sep 24 '22

On the contrar.they had to turn people back too many wanting to.volunteer

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u/Vanman04 Sep 25 '22

Ukranians have been fighting against this for almost a decade now. They are not going to quit. This documentary convinced me

https://youtu.be/yzNxLzFfR5w

I had forgotten this happened. It is pretty inspiring their desire to be free.

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u/Zeno1441 Sep 24 '22

Male privilege

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u/femboys-enjoyer Sep 24 '22

Just a reminder to everyone, independent international polling found in February of this year 90%+ of Russians supported the war in Ukraine. As late as August, it was still at 70%+.

They were just okay with the carnage and genocide when it was ethnic minorities from the Eastern provinces who had to do it. Now that they're called to take part, suddenly they're against it.

All over Russian telegram are pro-war chickenhawks who were supporting the war now whining they got papers. All over are posts of people with Z's etched into their cars trying to flee to the borders being denied. No sympathy.

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u/Vanman04 Sep 25 '22

Z's etched into their cars

What does the z mean?

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u/spacemantrip Sep 24 '22

This is the beginning of the end for Putin. It's just a matter of time now.

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u/Rich-Tie5632 Sep 24 '22

The Great Trial begins. Yazov would be proud

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u/Dr_Bunnypoops Sep 24 '22

They are so eager to fight. True motivation!

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u/aidank91 Sep 24 '22

"Free" when your owners tell you to go fight their battles for them and most likely die. This can happen anywhere, we are not free on this earth as long as countries with made up lines exist. It's also illegal to opt out.

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u/Hi_Im_Ken_Adams Sep 24 '22

“The beatings will continue until morale improves”.

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u/FPL_Harry Sep 24 '22

lol. fucking russians.

everybody's fine with the war in ukraine until they start drafting motherfuckers.

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u/guy_thirteen Sep 24 '22

Bet most, of not all, of these cunts were super pro-war till about 5 minutes ago.

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u/dinner_for_one Sep 24 '22

I wonder how many of these assholes were all for the war against Urkaine until it was their asses on the line.

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u/Farley369 Sep 24 '22

Exactly..go to the fucking trenches with them you fucking pigs

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u/mzak88 Sep 24 '22

It's about to turn really dark and sad for the drafted men after they have boarded these buses. They will be driven to camps where they will get training. The training will involve firing a couple of bullets but mainly how to survive longer without food, water and shelter. They will ask themselves once a day why they are fighting. Who gains? The condition at the front line won't be any better. The war is pretty even and the chances of killing or dying are 1:1. For those who die a painful death, their families will be told lies of their men's heroism and sent some flowers that will take about a week or so to rot. Nobody will understand the pain.

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u/Golden-Grams Sep 24 '22

Remembering when the worst thing about public busses was worrying if someone peed on your seat

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u/troopzon Sep 24 '22

Saw similar videos on local TV. My father pointed to the screen and said "you are dead, you, you and you". Actual cannon fodder.

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u/Expensive-Baker-4789 Sep 24 '22

How to turn a nation against itself 101

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u/Killswitch131313 Sep 24 '22

Second strongest army in the world. Yup.

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u/bobalobcobb Sep 24 '22

A lot to be proud of at the moment, Russians

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u/dudewheresmysock Sep 24 '22

Wouldn't want to be those bus drivers.

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u/sdisney Sep 24 '22

Reminds me of the draft here during vietnam except I can’t seem to remember all of the police

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u/BuzzFeedTV Sep 24 '22

The cops will be next. They think they safe but only for now.

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u/AirForceRabies Sep 24 '22

"Where there's a whip, there's a way, left, right, left, right..."

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u/tazzietiger66 Sep 24 '22

Putin " draft them and give them guns " , Draftees point the guns at Putin , Putin - "shit"

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u/0baakx Sep 24 '22

what a sorry ass situation. fucking bitch ass Putler ruining so many families.

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u/Olifaxe Sep 25 '22

That's a good plan to avoid being drafted to Ukraine. Get drafted to people tasked with catching the drafted for Ukraine.

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u/VodkaCranberry Sep 25 '22

If only the could come together and fight the real enemy

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u/SovietSlaughter Sep 25 '22

I’m so happy I got out of Omsk last year. Had to get my dual citizenship updated in a three week span and the documents arrived the day before my flight out to the US. Had I not had them the FSB would have arrested me for being an American. Don’t think I’ll be going back for awhile.

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u/Way_Unable Sep 25 '22

Should have been more vocal earlier when they were ignoring the children's schools and hospital wards being bombed.

Zero sympathy for any Russian right now.

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u/Klik23 Sep 26 '22

This is almost like their version of Vietnam. No one wants to go to war and die, so they force a draft. Very sad.

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u/Cherry_3point141 Sep 24 '22

I hope all the draftee's get mowed down on their first day. The only way this end is when regular Russians start burning the streets of Moscow and hang Vald. Sorry if this is perceived as abusive, it's not meant to be.

I don't hate Russian's; I want this war to end. But the only end I see is Putin is removed, and he will have to be removed by force. This can only happen when Russian people finally decide enough is enough and rise up against him and his cronies.

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u/xGhost94 Sep 24 '22

Too little too late. Sorry, Russia, you should have done this back in February. Maybe the world would have supported you more. Look at Iran. Solidarity with Iranians who are fighting for their freedom.

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u/hodorspot Sep 24 '22

This pleases me as the majority of Russia’s population has been in favor of this war. Have fun 🤣

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u/donotgogenlty Sep 24 '22

Hahahaha get fucked Russia

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u/Pinkeyefarts Sep 24 '22

This is get fucked Russian civilians.

Not get fucked Russia.

Totally different

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u/Ok_Load_2164 Sep 24 '22

So this is what Vietnam looked like

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u/Erik8world Sep 24 '22

I see an uptick in fragging on the front line coming soon

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

And they want to take our guns away?

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u/Herbandtea Sep 24 '22

I’d say those men will do everything to support Ukraine than die for Russia.

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u/Friendly_Job1890 Sep 24 '22

Putins about to lose more soldiers to the otherside. lol

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u/donotgogenlty Sep 24 '22

Ppl already in the bus like 👀👀👀

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u/NormalHumanCreature Sep 24 '22

Shame shame shame

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u/drcoolio-w-dahoolio Sep 24 '22

I would be running to the hills.

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u/HunterRoze Sep 24 '22

Who in the hell thinks this is a good idea? Do they honestly think the moment those people are forced onto buses they will never try to run again? I look forward to seeing what the desertion rate from this will be.

Also if they resort to the classic way the Russian military maintains discipline I except there will start to be a wave of fraggings.

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u/WhatChips Sep 24 '22

The official desertion rate published by the Kremlin is negative 25%. As draftees snuck into training camps after their patriotic duty compelled them to. /s

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u/Nice-Nobody-1718 Sep 24 '22

Looks like Ukraine is getting some new citizens and soldiers

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u/PoopFromMyButt Sep 24 '22

These guys are being sent to get killed in false flag attacks by russian mercenaries.

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u/TittysForScience Sep 24 '22

So Ukraine’s foreign legion might be getting 300,000 or so more defectors soon….

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u/Squadronee Sep 24 '22

This isn't going to end well for Russian leadership.

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u/LeraviTheHusky Sep 24 '22

Man Russia is gonna suddenly find itself experiencing alot of desertion and surrendering to Ukraine forces

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u/looney417 Sep 24 '22

they need to scream louder :( it would be so much more heart wrenching., how could these heartless cops continue...................

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u/sdisney Sep 24 '22

Oh, don’t worry about that they will eventually get their turn to die on the front line

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u/_neutral_person Sep 24 '22

Now you know Russia is desperate. Taking people who are known for using bootleg heroin to get high. Lol

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u/batuckan1 Sep 25 '22

Well someone has to stay home and drag guys into the conscription bus. Might as well be cops lolz

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u/Jaded_Pearl1996 Sep 25 '22

Russia lost Afghanistan too.

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u/[deleted] Sep 25 '22

FUCK YOU VLADIMIR PUTIN

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u/Individual_Tip1337 Sep 25 '22

Welcome to ukraine music intensifies

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u/habebebrave Sep 25 '22

Hah! How the turn tables.

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u/BuddhasGarden Sep 25 '22

Everybody cool with war until it affects them.

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u/AteMyTwinInWomb Sep 25 '22

Fight Moscow

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u/funfun4Fun Sep 25 '22

Now that's different and seems about right.

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u/Luka_Dunks_on_Bums Sep 25 '22

From what I’ve read and heard, these guys will be on the front lines in 2 weeks

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u/Major1ar Sep 25 '22

Looking at the rough consumption rates at this stage 9,000 Ukrainians KIA and as many as 25,000 Russians KIA Ukraine: Active Military Personnel 200,000 (Diff: -650,000) Russia: Active Military Personnel 850,000 This consumption rate is clearly not sustainable unless Putin gambles being militarily flaccid on a .24 odds of overpowering by throwing everything they have at Ukraine. Losing military capacity means leaving the China no choice but to step up if it still wants that dinosaur juice to transport/manufacture it's %32 of GDP securely. We saw what China did to it's quarantine citizens and their reaction, imagine all the citizens, not just a segment of Shanghai going hungry and beaten in the streets. Not to mention the destabilization of citizens in conflict with national security forces (local/national/secret police), for both countries, we all know where that leads. Damn, US hasn't fucked this up yet just by not openly interfering to take credit. Obviously there's tons of behind the scenes shit but either way I'm fucking proud of us so far.

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u/[deleted] Sep 25 '22

I hope I never live to see the day this happens in the US again. Shit is getting heavy.

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u/hyperdikmcdallas Sep 25 '22

Ha I ain't getting drafted put me in jail

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u/cringelord69420666 Sep 25 '22

That's fucked up. I'd be buying myself some survival gear and taking a long camping trip in Siberia.

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u/bal1975 Sep 25 '22

The special operation doesn't seem very special now that you have to be part of it.

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u/weazel988 Sep 25 '22

The beatings will continue until morale improves.... Russia logic

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u/BlueBananaBaconBurp Sep 25 '22

Seems like putin might be arming the same men that are goin to depose him 🤞