The so-called “partial mobilization” announced by Putin on September 21, caused by the painful defeats of the aggressor army and its significant losses, forced many Crimean collaborators to abruptly “change the agenda.”

For example, back on September 20, the fake “Senator from Crimea” Olga Kovitidi denied “rumors about the adoption of a law on mobilization in Russia” and stated that such “won’t happen.” The fake “head of Crimea” Sergei Aksyonov did not get tired for two weeks of promising the aggressor “two volunteer battalions” and his criminal associate Sheremet – even a whole “regiment”, for which they promised to find “money from large banks”.

However, it “suddenly turned out” that no banks would give money to anyone, after which the same Aksyonov and his “worst friend”, the Sevastopol “governor” Mikhail Razvozhaev, rushed to “head the regional draft commissions”.

Also, the occupiers’ propaganda “angrily refuted the Ukrainian disinformation” that from September 19 the criminal “Crimean Bridge” would be blocked for men to leave the peninsula. And already on September 21, it “suddenly turned out” that for Crimean men under 35 years of age, tickets to leave the peninsula would be sold only “on a certificate from the military registration and enlistment office”, while the occupiers have not yet announced any “details about the procedure for leaving”.

Crimean residents report that mass panic is spreading among local collaborators of “conscription age”, because for half a year talking about the “invincible Russian army” they naturally did not want to die in its composition.

At the same time, it is obvious that this contingent will first of all fall, in the words of the crime minister Shoigu, under the “combine” and “sieve” of criminal “mobilization”. It is noteworthy that in the Crimea itself, “military commissars” declare that allegedly “neither the volumes nor the dates of the planned activities within the framework of partial mobilization are known yet,” and that “the letter is already on its way.”