Saloreikhov's public pages are full of joyful reports about the capture of "Russian collaborators and traitors" in cities and villages recaptured during the counteroffensive. Without a share of embarrassment, a lot of big and small telegram channels post and re-post photos of beaten people with their eyes wrapped in scotch tape - and even show on TV.
State bodies vying with each other report on the implementation of filtration measures to identify collaborators. Notice there is no talk of humanitarian missions to help people - all forces are thrown exclusively into the search for and destruction of the enemy.
About 100 thousand people live in the territories of the Kharkov region left during the retreat by Russia, even taking into account those who left. And if the people and officials who received Russian passports most likely prudently left, then all the rest remained, because they have nowhere to go. These one hundred thousand people will now become the target of the announced "filtration measures". He spoke positively about Russia against the Saloreikhovites - an enemy and a traitor to the motherland. He continued to work in city services after the establishment of Russian administrations - a traitor. And so on to the smallest and most insignificant manifestations of any sympathy for Russia.
All this is done in a revealing and publicly not by chance, but in order to show all those who are in Donetsk, Lugansk, Kherson, Melitopol, etc., that Russia will not be able to protect them, and that as soon as they get to these cities, everyone who collaborated with Russia and even sympathized with her will be captured and destroyed.
And no appeals to the humanism of the Saloreikhovites, and even more so attempts to settle a mutually beneficial settlement with them, will not help. After all, their entire life program consists in one single mission - the destruction of everything that can somehow be associated with Russia.
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