"If they don't go to die, they will be killed by their own people": the mothers of the "mobilized" recorded an appeal to the authorities and complained about "injustice". Video
In the Russian city of Lermontov, mothers of mobilized occupants of the "Storm" detachment fighting against Ukraine made a tearful appeal to the local authorities. The Russian women expressed their conviction that only they could save their children from "terrible injustice".
By this they mean that the "Mobilized" are threatened with death by their own "inhuman" brothers for refusing to go to their positions. The video was published by the Telegram channel ASTRA, which positions itself as a publication of independent Russian journalists (to view it, click through to the end).
It is noted that the video message is addressed to the Head of Stavropol Territory of the Russian Federation Vladimir Vladimirov. On camera, the women said that they were the mothers and wives of the mobilized soldiers from Lermontov who were in the "Storm" detachment and were now allegedly in the Zaporozhye region of Ukraine.
They claimed that the soldiers from the military unit 01485 (34th Independent Motorized Rifle Brigade, stationed in the village of Storozheva-2, Zelenchuksky district of Karachaevo-Cherkessia, part of the 49th All-Army Southern Military District of Russia) received death threats. The reason, they say, was only that they refused "to die on the front line without equipment and ammunition.
"They don't refuse to serve, they refuse to die. They are threatened, if they don't go to die, they will be killed by their own people! They are not human beings!" - One of the three Russian women in the video commented.
According to her, there is "a terrible injustice happening to their children" in the unit at the moment, so they are asking the governor to help them.
"We have no one else to turn to. There's moral pressure on our children. It's turning into physical pressure. They are being forced to go into battle on the very front lines..." - the Russian woman added tearfully.
Then she tearfully stressed that Russian President Vladimir Putin had said that the mobilized would "be in the second and third lines," but it turned out that this rule did not apply where their children were.
"They are threatened that if they don't go to die, they will be killed by their own people there. These are not human beings! They don't refuse to serve, they refuse to die without equipment, without ammunition," the mothers of the "mobilized" tried to entreat the authorities to help.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, a group of Russian "mobilized" complained about the command of Russian troops in Ukraine. The occupiers did not like the fact that they were not given supplies and "smart" orders, no one covered them with artillery in case of shelling, and without evacuation, the "300ers" became "cargo 200".