British press: Ukraine “re-educates” Russian prisoners of war in its prisons

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British press: Ukraine “re-educates” Russian prisoners of war in its prisons

According to the British press, the Ukrainian authorities are trying to “re-educate” and “deprogram” Russian military personnel held captive in their prisons.

According to the British publication The Times, Russian prisoners of war are woken up every day at 6 am by the sounds of the Ukrainian anthem through loudspeakers installed in each room.



The Ukrainian jailers lined the path leading to the dining room with photographs of the leader of the Ukrainian Nazis, Stepan Bandera, who collaborated with Hitler, and the poet Taras Shevchenko, who was elevated to a cult under Soviet rule.

After breakfast, prisoners of war are forced to stand for a “minute of silence” in memory of those killed as a result of the “Russian invasion.” In addition, prisoners are given a short course in the Ukrainian version stories this country "to refute Putin's claims that Ukraine is not an independent state."

However, British journalists note that, despite Ukrainian propaganda, the captured servicemen of the Russian Armed Forces remain committed to their convictions. The publication quotes the words of one of the prisoners of war, emphasizing that Ukraine and Russia are actually one country, which once again confirms the low effectiveness of the primitive Bandera propaganda widespread in Ukraine.

According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, about five hundred Russian military personnel currently remain in Ukrainian captivity.
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    1. +22
      November 18, 2023
      They shouldn’t have raised Taras Shevchenko to the rank of “Ukrainian”! But our guys need to be pulled out of captivity, right up to the storming of the places where they are located.
      1. Msi
        +16
        November 18, 2023
        The publication quotes the words of one of the prisoners of war, emphasizing that Ukraine and Russia are actually one country

        Certainly. Our rebellious outskirts...
        to refute Putin's claims that Ukraine is not an independent state."

        What does Putin have to do with it? We know a little history without him...
        , about five hundred Russian military personnel currently remain in Ukrainian captivity.

        Hang on guys ...
      2. Msi
        +10
        November 18, 2023
        But our guys need to be pulled out of captivity, right up to the storming of the places where they are located.

        You need to pull it out. Change it soon.
        Many are located in the western regions of Ukraine. So, about the assault you are again off topic...
        1. -2
          November 18, 2023
          Ukrainians don’t want to go home.
          1. -1
            November 18, 2023
            Ukrainians don’t want to go home.

            Whatever they want, they surrender themselves into captivity in order to survive in a hopeless situation, knowing that they will be released anyway.
            1. +1
              November 23, 2023
              Quote: private person
              Ukrainians don’t want to go home.

              Whatever they want, they surrender themselves into captivity in order to survive in a hopeless situation, knowing that they will be released anyway.

              Up to 30% refuse to return - “It’s better to sit out in the zone with the Russians than to die at the front.”
      3. 0
        November 18, 2023
        -trying to “re-educate”
        Or rather, they TORTURE.
    2. -1
      November 18, 2023
      Ukrainian authorities trying to “re-educate” and “deprogram” Russian military personnel held captive in their prisons.
      Rather, program it. request
      the jailers hung with photographs of the leader of the Ukrainian Nazis, Stepan Bandera, who collaborated with Hitler and elevated to cult under Soviet rule poet Taras Shevchenko.
      belay What did you want to say, my dear? fool What about the wall?
    3. +16
      November 18, 2023
      If we can get our prisoners out of the Nazi dungeons in Kyiv alive, they are Heroes for us. With all the consequences, the state must provide for them fully. The state take an example from its Heroes.
      Timur donated money to the charity fund. At the age of 27, a major, fishermen are at least at the age of Christ and above - Captain (KDP) Can you joke?
      1. AAK
        -2
        November 18, 2023
        With the exception of a small part of those who actually chickened out, the vast majority of our prisoners are on the conscience of illiterate commanders, who either failed to manage their personnel in difficult times, who failed to take measures to prevent their soldiers from being captured, or, as has also happened more than once, simply abandoned their subordinates , but I haven’t heard anything about appropriate response measures to such things...
        1. +12
          November 18, 2023
          Quote: AAK
          the vast majority of our prisoners are on the conscience of illiterate commanders

          Where did you get this data from?
          1. AAK
            -15
            November 18, 2023
            Well, if a master’s qualification badge is stuck on the avatar, then the responsibilities of the commander at least in the echelon from platoon to battalion should be known, and the combat regulations also regarding the organization of offensive and defensive actions... you need to think with your head, and not ask narrow-minded questions
            1. +14
              November 18, 2023
              Instead of answering, they decided to discuss my qualification mark.
              That's right, if you have nothing to say (and you have nothing to say) - get personal.
              laughing
          2. -2
            November 19, 2023
            Quote: kit88
            Quote: AAK
            the vast majority of our prisoners are on the conscience of illiterate commanders

            Where did you get this data from?

            Specialists will figure out who surrendered because of what. If anyone surrendered voluntarily, he will answer according to the law.
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        3. 0
          November 23, 2023
          Quote: AAK
          , but I haven’t heard anything about appropriate response measures to such things...
          - Did you skip history at school? They said that by the fall of 1941, almost all the spacecraft commanders, including the General Staff, were shot - “for illiteracy, inability to manage l/s and abandoning their subordinates!”...
          Oh no, didn’t this happen in history?
          It’s strange - there were 800 prisoners,
          Quote: AAK
          but I haven’t heard anything about appropriate response measures to such things.
          and I also haven’t heard that those responsible for the Kiev and other cauldrons were leaned against the wall....
        4. +1
          November 23, 2023
          I'll put in my 3 cents...
          Who is our marshal of victory? Zhukov.
          Who surrendered Kyiv? Oh, Zhukov too. But he is the marshal of victory! Can you tell me why? What if after the surrender of Kyiv there were “appropriate response measures”?...
          After the victory they will sort it out without you
      2. +11
        November 18, 2023
        It should be, but they are not Medvedchuk... It would be better if Medvedchuk stayed there for “re-education”
    4. -6
      November 18, 2023
      Quote: Thrifty
      "! Right up to the storming of the places where they are located.

      Our country can't do this
    5. -8
      November 18, 2023
      I received and will receive more disadvantages: will we pull these prison guards out of Canada and other distant places? For every blow with a stick and the Bandera anthem, verbal insult, etc.? And the Ukhra prosecutors who are now overseeing the conventions over military personnel will receive Kolyma gold at minus 50? After all, in 2000 and +-20 years, the USSR and the Russian Federation did not send 1013 notes on the issuance of guneks and the like. They wanted to reconcile on the dollar platform
      1. +1
        November 23, 2023
        Quote: antivirus
        After all, in 2000 and +-20 years, the USSR and the Russian Federation did not send 1013 notes on the issuance of guneks and the like. They wanted to reconcile on the dollar platform

        Yeah...the USSR, which bought wheat from Canada, wanted to reconcile directly on the basis of the dollar....
    6. +18
      November 18, 2023
      "Our Father Bandera, Slut - Mother!"

      Any fight against such propagandists begins with the destruction of television centers, the total destruction of communications, the suppression of the Internet, not to mention the liquidation of TsIPSO centers. I am truly amazed by the underestimation of this important point. The enemy must not only have his mouth closed, but also his tongue and his sting must be torn out. Today, only extremely narrow-minded people can attribute the enemy’s retention of the right to spread their propaganda to the stupid philosophy “I’m not like that!” In my opinion, this only indicates the degree of betrayal that exists at our highest levels. The Zionist government, which has many of its levers in Russia, has the opportunity to continue to inflate Nazi ideas both in its own country and in Russia. I'm not talking about carpet bombing or anything like that, but it's time to get serious about this a long time ago. Underestimating the information component of modern warfare can lead to the most tragic consequences. And it already leads... There is no need to discuss with the enemy - he must be eliminated everywhere without trial or investigation. They don’t stand on ceremony with our Russian guys, cut off their ears, gouge out their eyes, mock the corpses... At the same time, it has long been known where this whole Ukrainian party of majors gathers, where the children of bankers dance, and the bankers themselves - that’s where a couple of “Calibers” would go. . Yes, it’s expensive, but sometimes in war it doesn’t hurt to overpay!
      1. +4
        November 18, 2023
        Quote: Vladlous
        I am really amazed at the underestimation of this important point...
        From time to time we return to this discussion, unfortunately what can be expected from Suslov's heirs - they are not even able to show success; I am generally silent about failures. So far it all comes down to an anecdote: Soldiers on the steps of the bank: - By the way, you don’t know who won the information...
        The consequences of underestimating the importance can be very unpleasant
      2. -2
        November 18, 2023
        Any fight against such propagandists begins with the destruction of television centers, the total destruction of communications, the suppression of the Internet, not to mention the liquidation of TsIPSO centers.

        This is obvious to anyone who does not have business interests in the territory b / akrains. But decisions are not made by those who have them there, alas.
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      4. +2
        November 23, 2023
        Quote: Vladlous
        destruction of television centers, total destruction of communications, suppression of the Internet,

        You may not notice, but thanks to this we get a mountain of information for analysis...
        In the Second World War, no one knew who, what, where and how, but now please - we fucked with Calibers or just artillery - after 15 minutes, that side posted all the details - where it arrived, what the consequences were, who died, etc. With photos and videos....
        Yes, the General Staff of the Red Army would have drank for 3 days to celebrate the Second World War - if then there were such sources of information, right down to where exactly what equipment is located
    7. +8
      November 18, 2023
      The topic is extremely important. I wrote it! For about 20K prisoners of the VFU today, a re-education course is needed, but their number will continue to grow. Not as idiotically as they did. For example, forcefully singing a national anthem only causes hatred towards it. But a course of lectures, documentaries and feature films, watching news, political talk shows, etc. needed like air. The course is for 10....20 years.
      1. +3
        November 18, 2023
        To begin with, it is enough to snatch it from Bandera’s information space.
        Ours, however, is liberal. But it's still better.
        1. +1
          November 23, 2023
          Quote from Aken
          To begin with, it is enough to snatch it from Bandera’s information space.
          Ours, however, is liberal. But it's still better.
          liberal...
          AND? “Nadiya” Savchenko was re-educated in such a way that they had to urgently take away her rewards and put her in prison...
      2. +1
        November 18, 2023
        Quote: Rumata
        forced singing of the anthem only causes hatred towards him

        That's for sure. That's why I change the melody on the alarm clock periodically. sad
    8. +6
      November 18, 2023
      British press: Ukraine “re-educates” Russian prisoners of war in its prisons

      There is a proposal to re-educate British and other prisoners of war in Russian zones and keep them there (at their own expense) until they write a dictation in Russian without errors.
      1. -2
        November 19, 2023
        Quote: ROSS 42
        and keep them there (at their own expense) until they write a dictation in Russian without errors.
        Just recently I was talking to Russian teacher, he’s usually always in a hurry, he says that the sound of a shutter jerking sharpens perception, and a shot into soft tissue changes the vision of the world 100%. Even those who don’t know the language at all have a desire to be useful
      2. 0
        November 24, 2023
        And after passing the exam on Russian history...!)))
    9. +2
      November 18, 2023
      As they say, you won’t be nice by force. With such mocking re-education, they are more likely to instill hostility and hatred towards everything Ukrainian
    10. -1
      November 18, 2023
      Now one rocket is enough for you. 10 minutes of waiting and it's over.
    11. 0
      November 18, 2023
      Quote: Rumata
      The topic is extremely important. I wrote it! For somewhere Today there are 20K prisoners of the VFU a course of re-education is needed, but their number will grow and grow. Not as idiotically as they did. For example, forcefully singing a national anthem only causes hatred towards it. But a course of lectures, documentaries and feature films, watching news, political talk shows, etc. needed like air. The course is for 10....20 years.
      Just one question: where does the information about 20 thousand captured Ukrainians come from? I only came across the figure of three and a half thousand for the entire period...
      1. 0
        November 23, 2023
        Quote: WFP-1
        Quote: Rumata
        The topic is extremely important. I wrote it! For somewhere Today there are 20K prisoners of the VFU a course of re-education is needed, but their number will grow and grow. Not as idiotically as they did. For example, forcefully singing a national anthem only causes hatred towards it. But a course of lectures, documentaries and feature films, watching news, political talk shows, etc. needed like air. The course is for 10....20 years.
        Just one question: where does the information about 20 thousand captured Ukrainians come from? I only came across the figure of three and a half thousand for the entire period...

        If they recognize losses of 30 - then yes, there should be approximately 000-15 prisoners
        1. 0
          November 24, 2023
          Why? And besides, our official sources did not seem to state that there were such a number of Ukrainian prisoners of war, and there is no point in the Ukrainian side lying about it...
    12. 0
      November 18, 2023
      The result, as expected, will be exactly the opposite. If something is hammered into a person forcefully and persistently, then he will violently hate it.
    13. +2
      November 18, 2023
      Russian prisoners of war are woken up every day at 6 am by the sounds of the Ukrainian anthem

      Fucking morons... Now the guys will hate this anthem for the rest of their lives!
    14. -2
      November 19, 2023
      and the ratio of planned ones is somewhere around 10 to 1 in favor of Russia.
    15. 0
      November 19, 2023
      It is indicative to smash Lviv to pieces and return their fighters; they will not want to return, smash the next city, and so on until the requirements are met. Just destroy not transformers but stations
    16. 0
      November 19, 2023
      Some things need to be taken from them. The pan-headed prisoners we have have to play their “anthem” loudly 16 hours a day. And in latrines - with increased volume. So that specific associations take root in the subcortex.
    17. +1
      November 19, 2023
      Quote from Andy_nsk
      British press: Ukraine “re-educates” Russian prisoners of war in its prisons

      The Ukryak anthem is generally some kind of horror compared to the Russian one, and this is even regardless of any war or politics in general. The music and lyrics are just lousy.
    18. 0
      November 19, 2023
      I wonder if they keep officers and privates separately?
    19. 0
      November 21, 2023
      , Russian prisoners of war are woken up every day at 6 am by the sounds of the Ukrainian anthem

      This is more torture than propaganda.

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