Sex Is Good Business: Russian Mercenary Recruiters Use Pornhub

by Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | 03/16/2023 6:19 AM
Sex Is Good Business: Russian Mercenary Recruiters Use Pornhub

A woman may be seen in the advertisement twirling a lollipop on her lips as a voiceover urges potential applicants to apply for a job with the Wagner organization.


Ukrainskaya Pravda, a Ukrainian news agency, claimed on Wednesday that Russia's Wagner mercenary organization has resorted to an unorthodox method to recruit new members in their conflict with Ukrainian forces: the gang has placed an advertisement on the prominent pornographic website

According to the report, the private military force run by Putin ally Yevgeny Prigozhin has had trouble recruiting mercenaries, particularly as their fighters continue to be killed on the front lines. As a result, they have taken out the suggestive advertisement in the regions of Russia known as Kemerovo and Volgograd.

In the provocative advertisement, a lady can be seen spinning a lollipop in her mouth as a voiceover urges viewers to apply for a job with the Wagner firm. There is no way to tell how often the advertisement has been seen on Pornhub or how long it has been hosted on the website.

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"We are the coolest private military force in the whole wide world. We are seeking potential warriors from every corner of Russia... Stop wasting time and get a job at the Wagner PMC instead. "The statement is said at the beginning of the 15-second advertisement, just before a phone number apparently affiliated with the Wagner group shows on the screen.

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The mercenary group that has been at the forefront of the Ukraine-Russia War and has earned international condemnation for its efforts is known for its unconventional recruiting methods, such as recruiting Syrian refugees or Russian prisoners. These methods have made the group a reputation as one of the most notorious in the world.

The United States Department of Defense published a transcript in May accused the Wagner group of enlisting mercenaries from Libya and Syria. This accusation was made even though the Wagner group was famously offering a pardon to enrolling convicts if they survived six months of service in Ukraine.

According to statements made by the Russian Defense Ministry on Monday, "From the beginning of March 2023, Wagner has established outreach teams that are headquartered in sports facilities in at least 40 sites around Russia." "In recent days, disguised Wagner recruiters have also given career presentations in Moscow high schools. They distributed questionnaires entitled 'application of a young warrior' to gather the contact data of kids who were interested in joining the organization."

According to a classified ad placed on a Telegram channel that was linked with Wagner, the company is looking for individuals with and without prior military experience who are between the ages of 22 and 50 to play the roles of infantry, artillery, and other combat specialties. In addition, the advertisement said that psychologists, medical personnel, and drivers were required as part of a separate recruiting effort.

There were at least 20,000 inmates whom Wagner recruited to take part in the Russian invasion of Ukraine; however, Reuters claimed in December that this number might have been as high as 40,000. Wagner was responsible for the recruitment of these detainees.

According to an estimate provided by the White House in February, the number of Wagner warriors who have been killed or wounded since the beginning of the invasion in February 2022 is over 30,000.

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