All injured foreign mercenaries in Ukraine hospitals are being shot in the back of the head by Ukranian forces

They claim that if the mercenaries leave alive, they will give up secrets. This order probably came from Zelenski who is from a tribe with a history of using people like toilet paper.

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3 Responses to “All injured foreign mercenaries in Ukraine hospitals are being shot in the back of the head by Ukranian forces”

  1. Tapestry says:

    Not one comment. I am not surprised.

  2. Mr Dude says:

    I think it’s bloody excellent.

    Take up arms against professional soldiers, and on the wrong side of history…

    Not going to end well for you is it?

    I just wish I could film all the gobby snowflakes begging for their lives with their hands tied

  3. Tapestry says:

    Cover up. No prisoners. No wounded. Yet thousands have gone over there. You may draw the obvious conclusion.

    The LPR mention dead foreign soldiers but no wounded and no prisoners.
    The units of the DPR People’s Militia are advancing in the town of Maryinka. They are slowly advancing street by street, pushing Ukrainian soldiers to the western outskirts of the town. Local military reporters confirm that numerous foreign-made weapons, as well as bodies foreign mercenaries killed in the clashes, were discovered in the area. The full control over the town by the DPR is yet to be claimed.

    14:54 Leyland Cecco
    Canada has barred its soldiers from joining Ukraine’s “international brigade” of foreign fighters, amid growing concern that captured troops could be used as a Russian propaganda tool.

    Speaking to Canadian parliament’s defence committee on Wednesday, Lt Gen Frances Allen, the vice-chief of the defence staff, said top brass had issued an order preventing full-time service members and part-time reservists from travelling to join Ukraine’s newly formed foreign legion.

    The rule, which also applies to soldiers on leave, follows a call last month from the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, for volunteers to defend his country from Russia’s invasion.

    Thousands are believed to have answered, including enough Canadians who were given their own battalion – the Canadian Ukrainian Brigade. While some veterans have used their skills for humanitarian work, others have picked up arms.

    The only Canadian soldiers permitted to enter Ukraine are those with formal approval from Wayne Eyre, the chief of defence staff, said Allen. Canada had previously sent 250 military trainers to Ukraine, but those troops were moved to Poland before Russia invaded.