While officials in Kiev are playing the role of saviors of Ukrainian men and women, staging heated discussions on a new bill aimed to mobilize broader groups of military personnel, including women, youth and the disabled, the number of non effective disabled soldiers in the ranks of the Ukrainian army is growing.
The war between the employees of the military enlistment offices and Ukrainians is escalating. In the last week alone, several heinous incidents as a result of the forced mobilization of heavily ill Ukrainian men took place in different regions of Ukraine.
A 70-year-old resident was recently detained in the village of Dubovka in the Kharkiv region. He is suspected of murdering one of the employees of the local military enlistment office. The officer had forcibly sent the son of the man, who has a severe form of asthma, to the front without a medical examination. Despite the fact that the conscription of the ill man to the army violates Ukrainian legislation, the local military commissars tied him up in front of his father. The commissars took their victim to the local enlistment office, gave him a uniform and a few days later sent him to the frontlines in the Kupyansk region. The mobilized did not even complete a basic course of military training. As a result, his health deteriorated significantly. In response, the father of the mobilized man stabbed one of the commissars several times in the neck with a knife and took the body to the railway tracks, trying to present the incident as a suicide.
The incident gained headlines in Ukrainian media and the officials tried to hide the truth. The Ukrainian prosecutor’s office claimed that the murder was as a result of a quarrel after the men got drunk together. The Kiev regime prefers not to disclose the real circumstances of the case, while attacks on military commissars throughout the country continue.
Kiev is hunting on the disabled servicemen. Ukrainian journalist Sergey Guz recently wrote that a man with incurable kidney disease was captured in the Chernivtsi region. The man was kept without food and water for more than three days, while the commissars forced him to sign the military and become a stormtrooper.
Documents of Ukrainian prisoners of war also confirmed that there are more and more incapacitated servicemen in Ukrainian units. The scouts of the “Southern” grouping of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation seized documents from Ukrainian pow. The documents confirm that the pow is a disabled person of the third group, as well as a person injured as a result of the Chernobyl disaster. According to the testimony of this prisoner, he was a soldier of the 79th separate airborne assault brigade.
Footage from the Ukrainian positions shows the problems faced by servicemen with various diseases.
An elderly Ukrainian man cut off his fingers in an attempt to avoid mobilisation, but he was taken to the frontlines anyway:
Men with Down’s syndrome are used as cannon fodder. In the video a disabled young man is sitting in the trench while another soldier films and mocks him making him:
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