Angry Russian soldiers warn ‘they will rise up against Putin’ after being forced to annihilate ‘peaceful civilians’

ANGRY Russian soldiers have warned they will “rise up” against Vladimir Putin after being forced to kill innocent civilians.

Hospitals in the besieged Ukrainian city of Mariupol have suffered relentless attacks by Russian forces – with Putin’s soldiers are taking hundreds of staff and patients hostage to use as human shields.

A harrowing picture showed a mother being taken out of the hospital


A harrowing picture showed a mother being taken out of the hospitalCredit: AP
The Ukrainian President has branded the attack a


The Ukrainian President has branded the attack a “genocide”.Credit: AP
Russian troops have warned Putin they will rise up against him


Russian troops have warned Putin they will rise up against himPhoto credit: Getty

Putin’s troops branded a particular airstrike on a maternity hospital “The most perverted damn form of neo-Nazism”.

And soldiers have since warned their warmongering leader that he “won’t hide this for long,” adding, “We will all be judged.”

An intelligence officer, Vladimir, told an international media conference this week: “I want to tell our commander-in-chief to stop the terrorist attacks in Ukraine because when we come back, we will rise up against him.”

Another officer at the same event told Putin: “You won’t hide this for long. There are many like us here. Sooner or later we will come home.”

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A Russian fighter pilot, Maxim, became emotional as he spoke about the suffering civilians have endured since his country was invaded.

He said CNN: “I don’t know what can justify the tears of a child or, even worse, the deaths of innocent people, children.”

The soldiers blamed Russian commanders for “horrific” crimes against “peaceful Ukrainian civilians” – and warned “this kind of thing cannot be forgiven”.

And CNN reported another soldier saying: “Russian President Vladimir Putin has issued orders to commit crimes.

“It’s not just about demilitarizing Ukraine or defeating Ukraine’s armed forces, but now cities with peaceful civilians are being destroyed.

“The crimes we have committed, we will all be judged.”

The claims echo statements by several Russian soldiers following a Russian airstrike that destroyed a maternity hospital in Mariupol last week.

At least three people were killed – including a young girl – and 17 people were injured.

A harrowing image showed a mother being stretcher from the hospital and she later screamed “kill me, kill me” upon realizing she had lost her baby – and then died herself.

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy branded the attack a “genocide”.

Maxim, who was captured by the Ukrainians, called the airstrike “the most perverse form of neo-Nazism.”

He said CNN: “It was a terrible fact, not only because it’s a crime. It’s vandalism.

“You cannot forgive such things. Bombing a maternity ward?

“This is the most damn perverted form of neo-Nazism, neo-fascism.

“Who could think of such a thing?”

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Another Russian pilot, Alexei, added: “It’s not really up to us who we bomb, what we bomb. It’s an order.”

Maxim indicated that there was widespread unrest and shame among his troops at the invasion of Ukraine.

He said: “I know in my unit they are totally against it.

“You have many relatives and friends [in Ukraine]and they were told it was an operation localized to the DNR [the breakaway Russian-backed Donetsk area]and no attack on the whole country.

“My division was totally against it.”

On Wednesday, Ukraine’s Prosecutor General said the war had killed 103 children so far, with Russian troops attacking more than 400 educational institutions and destroying 59 of them.

Vladimir Putin’s KGB pal also lost his elite paratrooper son after he was reportedly shot dead by artillery during a combat operation.

Thousands of terrified Ukrainians continue to flee their homes almost three weeks after Putin’s bloody attack invasion began when Russian troops repeatedly blew up major cities.

A Russian bomb destroyed a theater in Mariupol where 1,200 frightened civilians took refuge, officials said.

The Mariupol Drama Theater was used as a safe haven Russia’s relentless shelling of the southern port city with meals and people sleeping overnight.

The continuous bombardment of the city has forced around 20,000 Ukrainians to flee, while it is estimated that more than 2,300 citizens have been killed in the area.

The city’s deputy mayor Serhiy Orlov said between 1,000 and 1,200 people were inside the theater when it was attacked by the Russians.

Rescuers search the wreck for survivors, the number of victims is not yet known.

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Pictures showed a pile of debris with bent metal and smoke billowing from the ruins, while videos showed blood-soaked victims being taken to hospital – and numerous bodies in the theatre’s basement.

Elsewhere, at least 10 people have reportedly died following Russian troops opened fire on Ukrainian civilians queuing for bread in the northern city of Chernihiv.

Horror footage shows corpses lying on the ground afterwards Russian Soldiers are said to have shot them in front of a bakery in the city.

It comes as Russian soldiers were filmed apparently in cold blood shooting a Ukrainian civilian as he shot him held up his hands and surrendered.

The disturbing clip shows the man getting out of his car and surrendering before falling to the ground almost immediately.

German broadcaster ZDFwho received the drone footage said the incident appeared to have happened on the afternoon of March 7 on the E40 expressway outside of Kyiv.

Video shows a Russian tank parked near a gas station while a man in a silver vehicle turns his car around and stops.

He is seen getting out of the car with his hands up – but moments later he falls to the ground after being shot.

Russian forces continue to bombard Ukrainian cities and are closing in on Kyiv in a relentless bombardment, further deepening the humanitarian crisis.

But Zelenskyy said Ukraine had captured nearly 1,000 Russian POWs since the invasion began on February 24.

In a phone call with the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Karim Khan, the Ukrainian leader said: “We already have almost 1,000 prisoners and their video statements.”

It comes as Russia claims it is close to a peace deal that will make Ukraine a neutral country, its foreign minister has claimed.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said talks with Ukraine are now focused on a neutral status for the war-torn country.

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“In connection with security guarantees, neutral status is being seriously discussed,” Lavrov told Russian television.

“There are concrete formulations that, in my view, are about to be agreed.”

Putin's own troops struck down the attack on the Mariupol maternity hospital


Putin’s own troops struck down the attack on the Mariupol maternity hospitalCredit: AP

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