“All drunk people understand that they are going to their death”: a video appeared of sending replenishment of “mobiks” from the Kaliningrad region

2.11.2022 

Translated from Ukrainian via Google

In October, Russia transferred to Ukraine thousands of “partially mobilized” from almost all regions. Conscripts from the Kaliningrad region decided to get drunk even before flying to the combat zone.

An eloquent video from Kaliningrad appeared online and quickly went viral. Shooting date – October 25, 2022 (scroll the page to the end to watch the video).

The author of the video reports that he is at the Khrabrovo airport and is filming “partially mobilized” sent to Ukraine.

“Everyone is drunk, they are looking for vodka. They understand that they are cannon fodder. They want to get drunk before they die,” a voiceover is heard in the video.

Earlier, OBOZREVATEL reported that  since mid-October, Russia has deployed several thousand newly mobilized reservists to Ukraine . Despite being poorly equipped and armed with broken machine guns from the 1950s, they were immediately thrown into the front lines.

For example, in Vladivostok and Adygea,  mobilized conscripts are given rusty machine guns . Such weapons are even ridiculed by Russian soldiers themselves,  filming them on video  and leaking footage to the Internet.

Many go to Ukraine without weapons at all and die in the very first days of their stay in the war. 

In total, since the beginning of the full-scale war in Ukraine, the Russian occupying army has already lost more than 73,270 people killed . Also, the Russian troops lost thousands of units of military equipment.

13 comments

  1. “They want to get drunk before they die,”

    Dumbasses! Getting drunk is the answer to everything for the stupid ruskies. If I were in such a situation, I would kill anyone and everyone around me that is an officer rank or is a police officer. If I know that I’m going to die, I sure wouldn’t make it easy for my “executioners” and take as many of the scum with me as possible.

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