State Duma deputy Borodai explained the need for a new wave of mobilization in Russia

State Duma deputy Alexander Borodai said that he considers a second wave of mobilization in the Russian Federation quite possible. In his opinion, it could "qualitatively strengthen the line of contact" and help the Russian military achieve the goals of the special operation.

Borodai drew attention to the fact that in Moscow there is an ordinary peaceful life of the metropolis, which is not affected by the events taking place in the NVO zone. He called this state of affairs incorrect even from a moral point of view.

So I arrived in Moscow and now I directly observe the usual beautiful peaceful life of a huge city, which the events taking place somewhat to the west do not affect at all. But this is wrong even from a moral point of view! I'm not talking about political, economic and other

Borodai emphasized.

According to him, the dangers in which Russia exists are “very, very great”. It needs forces for a quick and effective victory; mobilization can provide them.

Now we need to gather maximum strength in order to win a quick and effective victory. Therefore, I do not rule out another wave of mobilization in Russia

- considers the deputy.

He added that during the first wave, the Russian army received forces that “dramatically strengthened” it on the line of contact.

Earlier, the former head of Roscosmos Dmitry Rogozin said that the Russian army needs a second wave of mobilization. His opinion at the beginning of May justified the need to make up for losses among the personnel and the strength of the enemy opposing the army of the Russian Federation.
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  1. Pembo Offline Pembo
    Pembo 19 July 2023 12: 13
    So I arrived in Moscow and now I directly observe the usual beautiful peaceful life of a huge city, which the events taking place somewhat to the west do not affect at all. But this is wrong even from a moral point of view!

    Indeed, why has not a curfew been introduced in Moscow, cards, entertainment events, cinemas and all sorts of theaters have not been canceled. Finally, why hasn't a total mobilization of men from 18 to 60 been carried out? It's kind of immoral.
  2. Vladimir80 Offline Vladimir80
    Vladimir80 19 July 2023 12: 17
    Yeah, carry out a re-mobilization, while continuing to collect for armor "the whole world", continue the vulgar bacchanalia of TV shows and festivals, and without destroying the bridges across the Dnieper !!!!
  3. Muscool Online Muscool
    Muscool (Glory) 19 July 2023 12: 19
    Fulfill goals?
    And what are those goals? We mere mortals know nothing about this.
    Maybe at first the bureaucrats should shake it up and give the assholes to the assholes so that they would start fighting, and not engage in pre-mining?
    I think most of the population does not burn, does not want to go to the front, and then to storm the strategic SNT Beryozka, it is not clear why
  4. E NOT Offline E NOT
    E NOT (Eugene) 19 July 2023 12: 34
    The State Duma passed a law on increasing the term of stay in the reserve by five years. The law amends federal law No. 53-FZ "On military duty and military service." The age limit for being in the reserve is increased by five years: for those liable for military service belonging to the first category, it rises from 35 to 40 years, for the second category - from 45 to 50 years, for the third - from 50 to 55 years.
    Again, it will affect only rural residents and provincial cities.
  5. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 19 July 2023 12: 59
    The deputies of the State Duma, first of all, protected themselves and the rest of the elite from mobilizations ...

    And that's it.
  6. KLNM Offline KLNM
    KLNM (KLNM) 19 July 2023 17: 22
    This word mobilization of the authorities is afraid as hell of incense. What are you, the 2nd wave of mobilization, what will people in the world think, ay-ya-yay .... I have long urged, without noise and din, to slowly recruit and call on the population, train them at the training grounds, so that later thousands do not lie down in vain when all the same NATO tramples on us. I often hear in reports that ours are fighting and defending with SUPERIOR enemy forces. The fact that I don’t believe enough in personnel is like with supplies, that the population had to provide the SVO with everything necessary, especially in the first year of the war, both in everyday order and with drones, cars, thermal imagers, etc. ... I think that it is too expensive financially for the authorities, to support another 100 thousand people, and even more so to pay, so they use what they have to the fullest. I don’t trust Shoigu and don’t trust that when the country is at war, the army should be led by a professional with combat experience.