Russia paves the way for full mobilisation against Ukraine

Russian lawmakers have today paved the way for Putin to declare a full mobilisation against Ukraine as puppet governments in the occupied regions prepared to hold referendums on becoming part of the mainland. 

Moscow’s rubber-stamp parliament approved new laws tightening up punishments for troops who surrender too easily or desert, saying that doing so during ‘mobilisation, martial law [or] wartime’ would be considered an aggravating factor. 

It is the first time such language has been included in the legal code and appears designed to lay the groundwork for Putin to escalate his ‘special military operation’ into a full-blown war and to begin conscripting men into the armed forces.

Meanwhile puppet leaders in the Luhansk, Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson regions of Ukraine – all the areas Russia currently occupies – began preparations to hold sham referendums on becoming part of the mainland.

Doing so would allow the Kremlin to claim attacks on those regions – which Ukraine is…

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