Putin announced mobilization “to protect Russia”

Or, How a Crime Syndicate Missuses its Population for an Illegal War

Vladimir Putin announced partial mobilization in the Russian Federation. According to the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation, Serhiy Shoigu, it is planned to call up more than 300,000 conscripts.

According to the decree published on the website of the Kremlin, the mobilization begins on September 21, while the deadlines for its implementation have not been established.


“In accordance with federal laws dated May 31, 1996 No. 61-FZ “On defense”, dated February 26, 1997 No. 31-FZ “On mobilization preparation and mobilization in the Russian Federation” and dated March 28, 1998 No. 53 -FZ “On military duty and military service” I decree:

1. From September 21, 2022, a partial mobilization will be announced in the Russian Federation.

2. He will call up citizens of the Russian Federation for military service for mobilization in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. Citizens of the Russian Federation called up for military service by mobilization have the status of servicemen undergoing military service in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation under contract.

3. It shall be established that the salary level of citizens of the Russian Federation called up for military service upon mobilization in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation corresponds to the level of salary of servicemen undergoing military service in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation under contract.

4. Contracts on military service concluded by servicemen continue to be valid until the end of the period of partial mobilization, with the exception of cases of dismissal of servicemen from military service on the grounds established by this Decree.

5. During the period of partial mobilization, the following grounds will be established for dismissal from military service of servicemen undergoing military service under contract, as well as citizens of the Russian Federation, called up for military service upon mobilization in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation:

a) by age — upon reaching the maximum age for military service;

b) due to their health – due to their recognition by the military medical commission as unfit for military service, with the exception of servicemen who have expressed a desire to continue military service in military positions that can be replaced by specified servicemen;

c) in connection with the entry into legal force of a court sentence imposing a prison sentence.

6. To the Government of the Russian Federation:

a) provide financing for partial mobilization activities;

b) take the necessary measures to meet the needs of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, other troops, military formations and bodies during the period of partial mobilization.

8. To provide senior officials of subjects of the Russian Federation with the call-up of citizens for military service upon mobilization into the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in the amount and within the time limits determined by the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation for each subject of the Russian Federation.

9. Grant citizens of the Russian Federation, working in organizations of the defense-industrial complex, the right to a deferment from being called up for military service upon mobilization (for the period of work in these organizations). The categories of citizens of the Russian Federation who are granted the right to deferment and the procedure for granting it are determined by the Government of the Russian Federation.

10. This Decree enters into force from the day of its official publication.”

7 comments

  1. Q. So, who will train all of these recruits?
    A. No one, they are cannon fodder and cannon fodder need no training. Besides that, all those who have the experience to do the training have already been turned into Purina Dog Chow.
    Q. What gear will they get?
    A. Whatever they can bring with them from home or buy on the internet.
    Q. What will their life expectancy be once in Ukraine?
    A. Like that of a T-72 … or ruskie general.

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    • Bhaaaaaaahaaaaaaaahaaaaaaaaaaaa!

      “Contracts on military service concluded by servicemen continue to be valid until the end of the period of partial mobilization”

      So it looks like they will have to remain part of Putin’s war crime scheme until:
      1. They turn 65 years old.
      2. They lose a limb.
      3. Putin dies.
      4. They become fertilizer in Ukraine.

      Who would sign that?!
      By the way, how do you “protect your country” by invading a foreign country and kill it’s civilians? I haven’t figured that one out yet. Couldn’t Europe or America say the same thing about the ruZZia?

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