22 Recruited to NATO for 15 Dollars a Day And IPad

Recruited to NATO for 15 Dollars a Day And IPad

In a forest of the Khabarovsk Territory, eleven young men are waiting to become soldiers of NATO. All of them came across an advertisement on the Internet, which  told that NATO announced a levy, and signed the contracts. Under the contract, they receive 500 rubles (about 15USD) a day and, moreover, the best of them is going to be presented with an iPad.

Can you believe it’s true?

It took them six days to get here (by train)! Now they are living in wooden bungalows. They cannot call their families and friends because in this place there is no coverage.

They are waiting for a NATO ship to come and get them.


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22 Responses to “Recruited to NATO for 15 Dollars a Day And IPad”

  1. L.S.Zlatopolsky says:

    Overqualified.. but my yard needs some work, fellows (I’ll pay in vodka)…

  2. ayaa says:

    500 rubles! These guys must be really desperate. The average monthly pay-check of a green-tab is some 30,000 rubles as of Jan 2011. Why do they want to go fight for NATO? Or is this just some form of cruel prank played on them?

  3. digital says:

    The Bush book is a little much doncha think?
    … oh, and the US Flag is backwards

  4. Alliance says:

    This article can’t be serious. I suggest to you that you have a short look at what NATO is and how the Alliance actually is built up. Brussels based NATO HQ can call upon their troop contributing member states to provide military resources.

    Neither would the Russian government allow a foreign military alliance to recruit within its territory nor does the NATO as organisation recruits own troops, especially not from russian adolescents. Mercenarism as well as arms trade are against the law but remember Wiktor Anatoljewitsch But – Moscow patronized him and endeavored to prevent his extradition. Same about some of the reports of military exercises and sites. Do not always believe army press spokesman or leaders…

    I really love the stories and pictures of this great and diverse country and its inhabitants from the bears of the Kamchatka peninsula to the Kremlins of Kazan and Nizhny Novgorod. But sometimes the subtitles are in my opinion too uncritical, which can be detrimental to the overall picture of a good story.

  5. constantin says:

    nice to see defenders of western society and culture! courage guys!

  6. BlowME says:

    what a joke…

  7. YJ says:

    Imaginative and adventurous. Like a kid and box.

  8. popalumi says:

    “Can you believe it is true?”
    NATO ii merceneranizeaza pe acesti tineri,ii duc prin alte tari sa omoare mame si copii si apoi se string la Bucresti si pun de niste scuturi antiracheta spre marea bucurie a mutantei genetico-fasciste de la Cotroceni.

  9. Poupou-en-guyane says:

    This must be a joke. The NATO is an alliance of national armies. The NATO army does not exist. National armies work/fight under the NATO commandement.
    So, I don’t know what/who will come to take these young men.
    The only army who might recrute them is the French Army( maybe also the Spanish Army) under it’s “Légion Etrangère” (Foreign Legion), but it doesn’t go recruting people in their country like that.
    Poor guys !

  10. George Johnson says:

    You can’t just “join NATO” like this. They’re not the Boy Scouts. It’s an organization of other countries military operations.

  11. Yakov says:

    NATO must be spread thinly due to their intense operations in Libya. These boys should fit in nicely, they even provided for their own uniforms!

  12. Sarkus says:

    Seems like some sort of scam or joke, but I’m not clear what the scam artists are gaining if that’s what it is. It’s obviously not an actual NATO thing.

  13. Otis R. Needleman says:

    These poor kids. Not going to happen. They’ve been conned by someone, for some reason.

  14. yojimbo says:

    they are clearly joking and in reality NATO is a treaty between nations and you do not join NATO you are a member of a nation that is a member of NATO and then must be assigned to a NATO command that is as far as it goes really NATO “members” are nations direct NATO “employees” are armed forces members assigned to a specific NATO command and control unit.For example the people in the command and control end of ISAF they are NATO Members so to speak the military forces from the US,Germany,Turkey they are not even though they are part of the ISAF force.

  15. jock says:

    I didn’t think Russia could be part of NATO anyway

  16. SMERSH says:

    Not so fast, guys. NATO needs fresh recruits for Obama’s wars in Libya, Syria and Iran!

  17. relsov says:

    if this is true I have no respect for such traitors

  18. ChingghisKhan says:

    WHO?? in his right mind would think this could be true?? ha, ha, ha

  19. Konkord says:

    i will pay 600 per day, please get off.

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