"How are we going to win the war? Stalin would've done it better": the occupier complained about empty shells without TNT. Video
There is a serious miscommunication between the command and the military in the Russian army. For example, an artilleryman filed a complaint with the Russian Defense Ministry.
The soldier said that the command was sending him and his colleagues empty shells without TNT. The video of his appeal has been spreading online (to watch the video, scroll down to the end of the news).
"Are you f*cking crazy up there? How are we going to win the war?" the Russian occupier shouts.
He said that he was dissatisfied with the work of the Russian Defense Ministry, which sends empty shells without TNT to the front.
"Stalin would've done it better. Take everyone to the fence and shoot them! We will end up in the grave with this ammunition," the soldier added.
As a reminder, Arsen Temiraev, a Russian conscript from North Ossetia, who is fighting in the 71st Regiment, 7th Company, 3rd Battalion of the Russian Army, complained of being beaten by soldiers of the Kremlin army. He stated that the reason for the attack was his nationality. The offenders claimed that Russia was for Russians.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, soldiers of the Special Operations Forces of Ukraine intercepted a conversation between a Russian soldier from the so-called Typhoon (Storm) unit. He complained about the attitude of his command to the personnel, saying that even wounded soldiers were forced to fight.
In addition, the Russian military is complaining that they are simply "meat" for the Russian Federation more often. The occupiers realize that they are not needed by the command, which forces them loot the dugouts of their comrades.