World War in Ukraine: activists leave a note on the tomb of Vladimir Putin
Zelenskyy urges Russian conscripts to 'sabotage' military operations and offers protections to those who surrender: 'It is better to surrender to Ukrainian captivity than to be killed by the strikes of our weapons'
Russian President Vladimir Putin's mobilization effort impacts 300,000 reservists, many of whom are going to great lengths to avoid being drafted. Some have even headed to the border, despite facing up to 10 years in prison for desertion.In a video address late on Friday Ukraine time, Zelenskyy said he seeks to "sabotage" Russia's unprovoked efforts to conquer the country.
The group of activists The Party of the Dead is the author of this message.
Russian activists have filed a handwritten note on the tomb of Vladimir Putin's parents in Saint Petersburg.
While the chief of the Kremlin called for general mobilization in the country, many are the men who hurry towards the borders so as not to be enlisted and be sent to the Ukrainian battlefields.
The group of activists The Party of the Dead wrote: "Dear parents! Your son behaves unworthy! He dries history lessons, fights with his classmates, threatens to blow up the whole school. Act! "
They also shared on their social networks:" This morning, an unidentified group of people approached the parents of a boy by asking them to take educational measures against their son. The message was left to the cemetery will be FRAIFIMOV in Saint Petersburg.
Furthermore, the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines would have been deliberately sabotaged this Tuesday by Russia according to the Denmark and Sweden.
The two gas pipelines that transport gas to all of Western Europe have already been closed on the orders of the Russian president, but this time, the Kremlin is accused of sabotage of two pipes which connect Russia to Germany.
Putin ally threatens to turn Chechens loose on Russian dissidents .
Russian citizens who criticize the Kremlin could find themselves on the receiving end of a nasty visit from Chechen forces, according to an ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Putin’s attempted "partial mobilization" of fighting-aged Russians into the war in Ukraine has prompted a wave of social displeasure, including a mass exodus of apparent draft dodgers and protests in the outlying regions where people are bearing the brunt of the war.