The field commander of the Donetsk militants Alexander Khodakovskiy called the leaders of the so-called "DNR" swindlers and openly called the population of the occupied territories for rebellion.
The militant said that the active participants of the so-called "Russian spring" expected that Donbass would be annexed to Russia, and would not be subordinated to the leaders of the "DNR". Alexander Khodakovsky wrote about this on his Facebook page.
According to Khodakovsky, the leaders of the so-called "DNR" are small swindlers who seized power in the region.
"We were going to Russia and were preparing to obey Moscow, - the militant wrote in the social network. - And we could not even imagine that there will be circumstances that will make us obey this".
At the same time, Alexander Khodakovskiy openly called the leaders of the Donetsk militants swindlers and bandit henchmen.
"How can we kneel before a bunch of swindlers, yesterday's bandit henchmen, the current princes from the mud, from which the current team is recruited, — the militant wrote. — That Makiivka bounder, composing about his service in a foreign legion, that former perp of the late criminal authority Mishanya Kosoy, that general who did not serve in the army for a day, that hero whose heroism manifested itself in numerous drinking battles".
Also, the field commander openly called residents of the occupied territories to disobey the leaders of the "DNR" and to the rebellion.
"Most of you see this through the prism of false books and articles written by sycophants, but we knew them then, and we know them in principle, - the militant stated. - Nobody's efforts will not force those who went to their deaths, opposing the multiple superior enemy, to bow their heads in front of petty frauers - not for this so many people are in the ground and not for this so many tears were wept".
Alexander Khodakovsky before the so-called "Russian spring" was an employee of the SSU (Security Service of Ukraine) and headed the department of the Center for Special Operations in the Donetsk region. In 2014, he moved to the side of the Donetsk militants and led the "Vostok" gang.