More Than 1,000 Protesters Arrested After Putin Orders Callups

This week, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered reservists called up to fight the war against Ukraine.

He also informed former retired military members that they could be activated.

The people of Russia took to the streets in protest and pure mayhem broke out.

The Revolt

When you protest in Russia, you go to jail.

People would rather do that than sacrifice their lives for a war they do not believe in.

After Putin’s announcement, mass protests broke out in the streets of Russia against conscription.

More than 1,400 people were arrested.

Additionally, Russians were flocking to the border, leaving their homes rather than fighting for this madman.

Most of the arrests took place in Moscow and St. Petersburg.

It had gotten so bad at one point, police had to stop arresting people because they were running out of holding cells.

Finland is now reportedly considering banning Russians from entering the country as the country is being “overrun.”

Now, I want you to consider this…

Over the last two weeks, Finland has seen just shy of 8,000 Russians come across the border.

That is roughly how many illegals come across the border of Texas every day.

Finland may lock down its border, but there is no outrage.

Correct me if I am wrong, but those Russians are fleeing communism, and nobody is upset that Finland will shut them out?

Source: New York Post

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