A Mustang ruffer explained why sending MPs to the front is not a good idea
The Ukrainian roufer Mustang Wanted (real name: Hryhoriy Kyrylenko) was surprised to read comments about the demand to mobilize MPs into the army. The extreme sportsman, who is currently serving in the 47th Separate Mechanized Brigade "Magura," emphasized that it would be impossible to be effective in the war with such a mindset.
The warrior explained that even if all MPs were mobilized, it would not be enough to give the heroes a chance to rest. Kyrylenko said this in an interview with journalist Yurii Butusov.
"For some reason, people want MPs to go to war. First of all, how many MPs are there? You can't make a rifle battalion out of them - it's nothing. We need to create dozens of new brigades and change these brigades. This is a puzzle. There is no way to turn away: "Someone will fight for me," explained the roufer.
Although many soldiers are now fighting for Ukrainian land piece by piece without long rest and regular rotations, Hryhoriy Kyrylenko believes that this tactic will not play into Ukraine's hands in the future.
"This is what is happening now. The same people are doing it. They are not just getting tired, they are already tired. In the future, it is desirable that we do not come to this point. I would like to see constant replacement. Everyone will have to fight, but people will have less PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), they will be more effective," the soldier said.
The arguments about the MPs, he hinted, are just an attempt to justify themselves for not wanting to serve. However, the military needs support, as tired soldiers risk becoming demoralized and exhausted.
Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that Mustang Wanted told about the "self-destruction" of the Russian occupier, who jumped into a trench with the Armed Forces of Ukraine due to his own stupidity.