Conscripts drafted into the war in Ukraine “threaten to overthrow the Russian regime” because the invasion failed

Dozens of mobilized soldiers staged an extraordinary rebellion against Vladimir Putin amid mounting unrest over the faltering invasion of Ukraine.

In a video taken at an army camp, a uniformed conscript was met with loud cheers from his colleagues after he suggested that soldiers overthrow their leaders.

The unnamed reservist spoke of the soldiers’ disrespect for Putin and his commanders and reprimanded an unseen official for using threats to get people to join the cause.

He ridiculed the policy in his region – the Republic of Tuva in Siberia – of giving a ram to each family of those mobilized.

“You give our families, our children, a fat ram [sheep]and some groceries, adding lightly: “What is that?”

In a video clip taken at an army camp, a conscript in military uniform is greeted with loud cheers from his colleagues after he suggests that soldiers overthrow their rulers

In a video clip taken at an army camp, a conscript in military uniform is greeted with loud cheers from his colleagues after he suggests that soldiers overthrow their rulers

The unnamed reservist spoke of the soldiers' disrespect for Putin and his commanders and reprimanded an unseen official for using threats to get people to join the cause.

The unnamed reservist spoke of the soldiers’ disrespect for Putin and his commanders and reprimanded an unseen official for using threats to get people to join the cause.

The Kremlin is quickly losing the support of Russian soldiers as the invasion of Ukraine continues to falter

The Kremlin is quickly losing the support of Russian soldiers as the invasion of Ukraine continues to falter

In his heroic rhetoric – for which he could face harsh penalties in Putin’s Russia – the reserve told its senior officers that they “threatened us” when they were drafted.

“They told us if we don’t go there [to Ukraine]He said in his homeland a flood.

“They won’t help our families, they will stop all payments…there aren’t enough walkie-talkies for our teams…how are we supposed to communicate? [in the war zone]? ‘

He also joined a chorus of frontline voices complaining about the lack of proper gear and equipment.

In the vision, a reservist said his group did not get enough walkie-talkies and proper socks before being sent 3,200 miles to fight for Putin.

“These socks that were given to us are of no use. We have bought enough for ourselves.

In his heroic rhetoric - for which he could face severe punishment in Putin's Russia - the reservists told his senior officers about it

In his heroic rhetoric – for which he could face harsh penalties in Putin’s Russia – the reserve told its top brass that they “threatened us” when they were drafted.

He also joined the chorus of frontline voices complaining about the lack of proper equipment and equipment

He also joined the chorus of frontline voices complaining about the lack of proper equipment and equipment

He mocked the foreign guitar issued by the military if they were not provided with the proper weapons.

“Give us one [imported] guitar,” he said to the applause of the other recruits. “Are we going to drop the guitar on the battlefield?”

And his weight is all the more important given that his region is also home to the much-criticized Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, who Putin refused to shoot despite ferocious demands for his head over the failure of the military campaign.

The reserve asked frankly: “If there were no people like us, who would you have authority?”

To whom will you give all your speeches?

To the applause of the crowd, he said, “You no longer seem like a source of strength to our eyes. Perhaps we humans should all sit down and decide that you are of no use to us.”

The man attracted the attention of many of his colleagues

A soldier from the flood expressed his dissatisfaction with the current system

His revolution is even more significant given that his region is also home to the much-criticized Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, who Putin refused to shoot despite ferocious demands for his head over the failure of the military campaign.

Tuva – a poor region – suffered from a high death toll during the war, much more than Moscow.

The area has also seen protests against sending men to war, which have been violently crushed by Putin’s law enforcement agencies.

As reported by the news that were seen in the Telegraph channel flooded recruits They were asked if it was worth forgiving their commanders when they treated recruits so badly.

At the end of September, Putin announced that 300,000 people with previous combat experience or special skills would be recruited on the front lines in Ukraine to help in the war.

Reports from dissenting voices from Russia showed that retired people, men with disabilities and those with no military training or combat experience were called up to fight on the front lines.

Leaked complaints from newcomers to the front lines in Ukraine show that the ailing Russian army is struggling to keep its men dressed, fed and armed.

Recruits are often required to bring their own supplies, which increases the cost of standard items such as body armor, guns, and camping gear.

Body armor in Russia rose to around £1,115, a backpack cost £560 and thermal underwear rose to over £300.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11343917/Conscripts-drafted-Ukraine-war-threaten-topple-Russian-regime-failing-invasion.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 Recruits drafted The war in Ukraine “threatens to bring down the Russian regime” because the invasion failed