These photographs and comments were posted by Caucasian people on odnoklassniki.com, a popular Russian social network service. Check out what they say about their service in the Russian army.
Without Dags, the army turns into chaos and everybody does what he wants. That’s what the military unit I served in had been like before I came. Russians rarely live according to principles but men like me can control entire divisions.
When I came here, I was the only Dag in the unit. The rest 70 people were Russians. They looked at me as if I were crazy after I smashed the face of one of them. Since then, we’ve been living in accord with my rules.
In Dagestan, they wanted me to pay them $1,300 to let me serve in the army so I came to Omsk.
They willingly take us into military service because they know that we are the only people who can put things in order there.
In the army, only the strongest wins! And it is not about your physical strength, it is about the strength of your mind!
Sallam! I serve in Kineshma. There are two men from Azerbaijan and 15 Dags here. We have always broken and will break the rules forever!
They don’t want to take us in anymore. I personally saw an old man offering $700 so they took his sons in but they didn’t.
I”d been always warned about Russians but didn’t believe it. It turned out I was wrong and at the first opportunity they’ll stab you in the back.
Each Caucasian knows that Russians are afraid of us. Do you think I have respect for them? Not at all! I even beat up one of the officers and they wanted to put me in prison for that but my uncle came and hushed up the issue.
**ck them all and talk sh*t! Lieutenants for me are ***king mo******ers and I can ***k them when there’s noone around.
In Samara, Dags control everything too. Officers go crazy trying to understand what to do about it.
I’m a squad leader myself. I do nothing. My life’s like a dream. Officers respect me and my two brothers serving in my squad. We sleep and watch TV all day long. Nobody cares that we don’t do anything. They say to us, like “Go ***k around!”
In my unit, they make money by pushing fuel…