No one will see the graves
Putin ensures no body bags will make their way back to Moscow and, will attempt to hide any civilian deaths, atrocities, and the killing of children. Putin cheats at athletics, kills any opposition, jails others, and now, incinerates the remains of soldiers (at a minimum).
It is important to understand that this time, apparently, no funerals of the dead are planned, no bodies in coffins are going to be brought to Russia, they are not going to hold farewells and funerals. No one will come to the funeral, no one will see the graves.
The “lesson” of 2014 was taken into account in a crude and primitive way: now the last place for the body of a dead soldier will be a mobile crematorium. And relatives will be informed that the man “died while performing military service duties” “outside the places of permanent
The war is not officially recognized by Russia, and accordingly, Putin’s Decree on classifying combat losses in peacetime will be applied. The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation legalized this in 2015.
The RF may force families and relatives of the deceased (this is absolutely illegal, but there will be signatures on non-disclosure of information about the death of a relative, “based on the interests of the Russian Federation.” These receipts will be worse than funerals. Because these are receipts of eternal oblivion.
There is no war. There are no dead. There are no graves. People just be able to protest when they cannot see.
If you were a soldier and knew that your generals did not believe in me so much that they carry a mobile crematorium around the battlefield behind me, or if you were the mother or father of a son sent to the war zone, and the authorities of my country considered a mobile crematorium a convenient way to hide losses, you should be deeply concerned,
From 25 Oct 2021, 10:06
The expert proposed to reduce the time for approval of mobile crematoria in Russia
Alexey Suloev, President of the Association of Crematoria, noted that now it takes about a year to get approved
MOSCOW, 25 October. /TASS/. The creation of mobile crematoria is complicated in Russia due to administrative procedures. The terms of coordination should be reduced, says Alexei Suloev, president of the Association of Crematoria, vice-president of the Union of Funeral Organizations and Crematoria.
“In Italy, it takes exactly 30 minutes to coordinate and install a mobile crematorium. We need to coordinate a year,” Suloev said on Monday at the conference “Modern approaches to managing the funeral business.”
He added that during the pandemic in China and the United States, 20-50 mobile crematoria were installed and thus “saved the situation.” “We have been negotiating with the Ministry of Emergency Situations for a long time, as a result, we were not able to install a single mobile crematorium in Russia, due to the fact that we do not even have an understanding of how to do this,” the expert explained. According to him, now Russian legislation provides for the same approaches both to the construction of a crematorium from scratch and to the creation of a mobile crematorium.