These videos make me laugh.
While Putler pretends to be the big bad wolf, his soldiers are calling the “I Want To Live” Ukrainian hotline arranging their surrender by the thousands.
This is happening all over Ukraine. Smart decision, Comrades. pic.twitter.com/BoNi5D5fpz
— Dean Blundell🇨🇦 (@ItsDeanBlundell) October 5, 2022
Great score for the Ukrainians. A new Russian BMP 2M, which comes loaded with lots of goodies: https://t.co/VhSxtZ4YgT
— Mark Bourrie (@MarkBourrie) October 5, 2022
This great video explains how the “I Want To Live!” program works.
If you don’t want to get plugged by Ukraine’s superior armed forces, Russians are encouraged to call a number to make arrangements to give up at specific checkpoints across Ukraine. The tank crew generously donated that Russian tank and will also get a bounty for delivering that tank to Ukraine forces.
Straight cash, homies.
If Russians surrender with Equipment Ukrain can use to bash Putin’s head in, they get PAID, SON! It’s pretty cut and dry. Surrender your shit, and you’ll get rewarded and treated like a human being. Fight? You get shoved into the Ukrainian meat grinder.
Ukraine-launched program „knochu zhit“ (I want to live) allows Russian soldiers to surrender after they inform the Ukrainian Army on how and when they intend do it, to ensure safety and acid any problems. The Ukrainians literally save thousands of Russian lives these days. https://t.co/48ims1zGUf
— Sergej Sumlenny (@sumlenny) October 5, 2022
Ukrajinska vojska zarobila grupu ruskih terorista.
Ukrainian army captured a group of Russian terrorists. pic.twitter.com/pOZX14LnFz
— Istina o Ukrajini (@IstinaoU) October 5, 2022
— The Aftermath™️ (@aftermathvids) September 29, 2022
— Tempo Dolok (@infussambas) September 30, 2022
Smart Russian soldier chap managed to surrender. Ukraine will treat him compassionately and within the rules of war.
— Vida Bitch Fella 🇬🇧🇱🇹🇺🇦 (@Vida_Fella) October 2, 2022
Ukrainian military using loudspeakers to inform Russian soldiers in #Lyman that:
1) they're completely surrounded & any resistance is futile
2) instructions on how to surrender
3) reminder that they are disposable to the Russian government and are considered cannon fodder pic.twitter.com/0bCu5cWAs5
— Igor Sushko (@igorsushko) October 1, 2022
I love the troll job by Ukraine. Flyers, loudspeakers and telegram advertisements encourage Russians to come into town for a bite to eat, surrendering in the process.
They’ll get 3 square meals, and they get to call their parents and loved ones with a distinct possibility they can start a new life in Ukraine, guaranteeing they won’t die.
That’s what you call a win/win/win.
Russians are surrendering by the thousands in the north, east and southern parts of Ukraine because anything is better than fighting for a guy who starves and beats you into a war.
Smart decision. Fellas. Listen to Zelensky.
Zelensky knocks it out the park every time. I’m not a Russian conscript but I feel I should surrender to the Ukrainian Army. pic.twitter.com/W8Nv6LusYF
— Dr. Ian Garner (@irgarner) September 29, 2022
Meanwhile, in Russia…LOL.
"There are no one-time payments… Everyone has credits, mortgages…" – the conscripts from the Omsk region complain that they have not received any payments.
Just incredible. Russian conscripts have a better chance if they just surrender. No 🇷🇺 banks are going to charge POWs. pic.twitter.com/H7nceRXzBS
— News of Ukraine (@uasupport999) October 6, 2022