Pro-Putin vet rants at Russian leader ‘are we fighting a war or masturbating’

A Russian YouTuber has called for the Vladimir Putin to commit greater resources to the Ukraine invasion after questioning if the Russian leader is "fighting a war or are we masturbating?" over the focus of his attack on the eastern region of the country.

The Kremlin's war effort has been stumbling recently against a fierce Ukrainian resistance and leading figures in the army have allegedly been calling for Putin to properly take the country.

Alexander Arutyunov, a YouTuber and Spetsnaz special forces veteran, whose channel Razvedos has almost 18million views, posted a viral rant slamming the eastern target, Mail Online reports.

He spoke to Putin directly, stating: "Dear Vladimir Vladimirovich, please decide, are we fighting a war or are we masturbating?

"We need to stop this dry h***job."

This comes as Russian Air Force Telegram FighterBomber wrote to its members: "We’ll further increase air defence units on the border with Ukraine in order to cover our territory from ballistic missile strikes, but it is also clear that NATO countries have far more weapons than Russia."

In other news, Russian soldiers have forced Ukrainians to dig another mass grave in exchange for food and water, the mayor of Mariupol claims.

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Satellite images over the occupied port city show a massive 200-yard long trench which Mayor Vadym Boychenko says has been dug by desperate residents.

The city's third mass grave follows the estimated murder of 20,000 civilians since Vladimir Putin's men stormed the city two months ago.

Mayor Boychenko told Radio Svoboda on Tuesday: “We know about these mass graves because these fascists — and I have no other words — involve the local population for burial.

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“They told us that you need to work hours [for] food, water . . . People are forced to do so.”

The latest burial site is reportedly located in the Old Crimean Cemetery near the town of Staryi Krym, while other possible mass graves have also been spotted in the Mariupol suburbs of Mangush and Vynohradne.

Vladimir Putin is said to want to seize as much Ukrainian territory as he can before the war ends, Moscow insiders have claimed.

The Russian President is reportedly feeling like peace negotiations have reached a "dead end" and the sinking of the Moskva warship has left him feeling humiliated and reluctant to sign anything.

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