Putin ‘is a traitor to Russia’ whose commanders ‘murdered my son,’ recruit father rages

A tragic father who lost his recruit son in Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine has accused the Kremlin dictator of being a traitor to Russia for killing or maiming up to 100,000 servicemen.

Dmitry Shkrebets, 44, accused the Russian president and his commanders of “murdering” his son for his incompetence and breaking the rules, and challenged the Russian secret service FSB to arrest him for claiming Putin “betrayed” him.

Shkrebets lost her 20-year-old son Yevgeny on the cruiser Moskva, the flagship of Russia’s Black Sea naval fleet that was sunk by Ukrainian missiles early in the war.

But he was furious earlier this week after Putin’s fictitious meeting with the supposed mothers of soldiers who lost their lives on the front lines in Ukraine.

The grieving father hit out at Putin, who he said was avoiding parents who actually suffered untold pain in the war amid the loss of their children, and challenged Russia’s secret service to do something about his outburst.

Writing on social media, Shkrebets said: ‘Mr. President, allow me to introduce you to the mothers and fathers of the slain soldiers and sailors.

‘You haven’t seen REAL mothers and fathers! Why are you putting on this cheap show?

‘Putin is no longer my president. I don’t believe this man, he betrayed me.

‘I consider him a hypocrite and a traitor to my country.’

‘So print it in your newspapers. I’m waiting for the representatives of the Investigative Committee. [FSB]. come on boys [give a summons] to the father of a son killed by the incompetent leadership of his superiors… do you still have honest officers there?

‘Shame on the Motherland,’ he wrote.

Yevgeny Appears In His Naval Uniform.

Yevgeny Shkrebets, 20, was killed when Ukraine sank a Russian warship in April.

Dmitry Shkrebets, 44 (L), Poses With His Son Yevgeny. The Father Accused The Russian President And His Command Of

Dmitry Shkrebets, 44 (L), poses with his son Yevgeny. The father accused the Russian president and his command of “murdering” his son for his incompetence and transgression of rules

The Moskva Cruise Ship Is Shown Leaving Sevastopol, The Headquarters Of The Russian Black Sea Fleet, Days Before It Was Sunk By Ukrainian Missiles In April.

The Moskva cruise ship is shown leaving Sevastopol, the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, days before it was sunk by Ukrainian missiles in April.

Putin Is Pictured Earlier This Week During A Meeting With Women Alleged To Be Mothers Of Russian Troops Killed In Ukraine.

Putin is pictured earlier this week during a meeting with women alleged to be mothers of Russian troops killed in Ukraine.

Shkrebets went on to challenge members of Russia’s military leadership to appear on television to be confronted by the parents of those who have perished.

“Trust me, it would be an unforgettable sight,” he said.

‘I don’t think about meeting with the president. He doesn’t give a damn about us, the people who want to convey reality to him…

“I am waiting for a worthy person in the next elections in Russia, for whom I can cast my vote.”

Shkrebets’ son was aboard the Moskva when it sank on April 14 after being hit by a Ukrainian missile strike.

Yevgeny was one of 17 Russian officials admitted to having died in the sinking that prompted Putin to fire the fleet commander, Vice Admiral Igor Osipov.

This came despite Putin’s promises that no recruits would be sent into the conflict.

For months, the father has demanded proper dialogue with commanders over the sinking and has also spoken out against draconian new laws set to take effect on December 1 that seek to prevent almost all public discussion of the war and deployment. of the Russian forces.

It will prevent the Council of Mothers, a new campaign organization created by mothers of soldiers sent to the front lines, from publicly demanding the return of their poorly trained and ill-equipped men from the war zone.

In Staged Propaganda, Vladimir Putin Staged A Fake Gathering Of Women Posing As The Wives And Mothers Of Russian Servicemen Earlier This Week.

In staged propaganda, Vladimir Putin staged a fake gathering of women posing as the wives and mothers of Russian servicemen earlier this week.

Olga Tsukanova, 46, Mother Of A Missing Recruit And Founder Of A New Council Of Mothers And Wives, Confronts Vladimir Putin And Demands Answers About The War With Ukraine.

Olga Tsukanova, 46, mother of a missing recruit and founder of a new Council of Mothers and Wives, confronts Vladimir Putin and demands answers about the war with Ukraine.

One leader of the group is Olga Tsukanova, 46, from Samara, whose 20-year-old son goes missing after being mobilized.

He had already revealed that mothers face intrusive surveillance by Putin’s spies for opposing his war.

The new laws “will prohibit us, mothers and wives, from expressing all violations related to mobilizers and conscripts,” a council statement said.

“Neither the combatants themselves nor their families will be able to demand that their right to adequate equipment and supplies with everything necessary be respected.”

They warned: ‘Any crime such as theft, negligence, leaving the… soldiers to fend for themselves… can go unpunished and hidden from the people because now it is simply prohibited by law [discuss] to them.’

He cowardly mocked Putin for not knowing real mothers personally affected by the war.

The group he met last week was made up of loyalist officials or party members, including a woman, Nadezhda Uzanova, from Abakan, who previously appeared singing the Russian national anthem in Red Square alongside him after he formally annexed illegally invaded regions of Ukraine as Kremlin territory.

Today it was revealed that the council’s VK social media account had been blocked as the organization that has led the protests was muzzled by the Putin regime for its chaotic campaign of mobilization and use of treble as cannon fodder.

Yet there are signs that the Russians are becoming more vociferous about the war, despite the dire risks of speaking out.

Western estimates say Putin’s war has killed and injured more than 100,000 Russian soldiers.

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