Skip to comments.Terrorists in eastern Ukraine killing those who are ready to surrender
Posted on 06/26/2014 12:11:54 PM PDT by WhiskeyX
KYIV, June 26 /Ukrinform/. Some militants are ready to lay down their arms, but the leaders of terrorist groups severely suppress these attempts, killing them on the spot.
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Sounds like its winding down
Dying while surrendering is the only other option.
It is what we should be doing to moosie terrorists.
Don’t capture em only to have em be released or escape or be traded away for garbage, kill em.
Man you’re pumping out the propaganda today. You get paid by the post?
Not enough, if it pisses-off our Russian comrades.
Are we at bayoneting babies in bassinets yet?
If I have it figured out, the militants are the ethnic Russians who don't want to fight anymore and the terrorists are the ethnic Russians who do. Right?
Due to Stalin’s murderous purge of his general officers and his own incompetence as a strategic commander, millions of Soviet troops were forced to surrender to the Germans after whole Soviet armies were surrounded and compelled to surrender. Once a Soviet citizen surrendered to the German forces, Stalin’s orders commanded the execution of any such person. Stalin later bullied the Allied forces to repatriate Soviet prisoners of war liberated from German captivity. British forces forced many of these Soviet POWs to board ships which transported them to the Soviet port at Sevastopol, the Crimea, Soviet Union in return for Allied POWs liberated by the Soviet forces. As the Soviet POWs debarked from the ship, the Soviets escorted them behind a wall on the dock and shot them to death on the spot. Then the Allied POWs were permitted to embark on the ship for the trip home.
The Allies allegedly suspended these repatriations of the Soviet POWs as a consequence of these executions, and it is alleged Stalin retaliated by refusing to repatriate tens of thousands of Allied POWs. Stalin was particularly incensed by the Allied reluctance to repatriate Ukrainians.
I think it’s the other way around.
That is how the Japanese defeated us in WWII.
Putin’s checks are bouncing ,so they want to go home ?
In today's society the concept of parole isn't likely to be honored by anyone.
Let's say you're an American soldier who finds himself in a position that he has to surrender to such irregulars. How would it be dealt with at the command level if you had been granted parole providing you didn't take up arms against them in the future. Would, or could such a vow be recognised by the command structure?