Thursday, April 14, 2022

Thousands of Russian 'Orcs' decomposing - update II

The UK government says 15,000 Russian troops have been killed in Ukraine since Moscow invaded two months ago. Defence secretary Ben Wallace estimated Russia's losses as up to 25% of its pre-invasion strength, with more than 2,000 armoured vehicles knocked out, including 530 tanks and 60 aircraft.

Pro-Kremlin Readovka reported the deaths of 13,414 Russian soldiers with 7,000 missing April 21. Numbers were announced at a closed briefing of Russia's Ministry of Defence. The post was deleted. Russia has lost 873 tanks, 2,238 armoured vehicles and 179 aircraft according to UK's Daily Mail.
Russian soldiers are left to rot or are buried in unmarked communal graves. In Rusaniv, a village east of the capital, dead Russian soldiers were left in a heap without ID. Authorities are pleading with locals to bury 'Orcs' as weather warms.

Orcs were the primary foot soldiers of the Dark Lord's armies in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings.