Russian MP lures draftees into war with financial reward – VIDEO

Vitaly Milonov says there are benefits for Russian men fighting

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As Vladimir Putin is scrambling to beef up his troops in Ukraine and counter the Ukrainian counteroffensive, the Russian President has ordered the immediate conscription of 300,000 reservists. But since his televised address on Wednesday, videos from Russia have emerged showing draftees hurting themselves and fleeing abroad to avoid taking up arms. In an attempt to convince Russians to join the army, a Russian MP said the state would offer financial reward.

Speaking Russian TV, Russian MP Vitaly Milonov said: “I can say that for many people, it’s not that they’ll be able to get a mortgage. 

“They’ll pay off their mortgage early if they join up as contracted soldiers, because the pay is more decent. 

“Everybody who goes to serve will discover this.”

He went on to describe the draft as an opportunity for men to reconcile with their masculinity in a macho rant.

He said: “Regarding men with multiple children, I think it’s a chance for men to prove they’re men. 

“Not only because they’re able to make use of their primary sexual characteristics but are also a man on a fundamental level. 

“And at the present time, every man is getting – I’m speaking about my personal feeling – the opportunity to prove that you’re a man! That you’re a Russian bloke!”

“Because if you’re a man, if you want to aspire to the role of a real Russian, the President has given you a chance!” the Russian MP concluded. 

Financial reward has become a key argument for the Kremlin to enroll new soldiers. Brochures distributed to Russian contract soldiers to be deployed to Ukraine offer a list of financial advantages for killing Ukrainians and destroying Ukrainian military equipment. 

According to a list, obtained by The Insider, Russian soldiers on a contract can get high rewards of £4,507 for destroying a Ukrainian military aircraft. 

Large sums are also considered for shooting down a helicopter, with £3,010 offered. 

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But since Putin’s “partial mobilisation” call, videos and reports have emerged showing Russians rushing out of the country. 

Sped-up footage shows large 24-hour queues of cars at the Russia-Georgia border within a day of Putin announcing the draft.

Flight trackers also showed an usually high number of flights taking off Moscow towards European and foreign countries.

“I don’t support what’s going on, so I just decided that I had to leave right away,” Ivan told CNN, as he left his country for Belarus.

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