Mobilization in Russia

After the Russian government’s call for mobilization, many Russians, especially young men, spontaneously discovered their patriotic urge to become very mobile indeed.

Considering that mobilization kicked off World War I, this is a bit disconcerting, though.

About Andreas Moser

Travelling the world and writing about it. I have degrees in law and philosophy, but I'd much rather be a writer, a spy or a hobo.
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3 Responses to Mobilization in Russia

  1. Denzil says:

    This is getting seriouser and seriouser. Glad to see many have made it out. Those left demonstrating have got courage, considering they could face a lengthy imprisonment.

    • Absolutely!
      I am amazed by the courage of those who protest in Russia, knowing that they can easily face a decade in prison or in a labor camp.
      And some of them are only teenagers. Big respect!

    • Denzil says:

      Part of me is shouting “get on the streets and demonstrate against the evil dictator” and the other half of me is saying “please stay at home, keep your head down and stay safe.”

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