Soldier: I am the head of the local recruiting center.
Woman: Why are you bringing military writs?
Soldier: It’s an order from above. I can’t explain all the details but you can read about it on the internet
Soldier: When did you get the writs?
Very disgruntled woman: Yesterday evening.
Another Woman: This one we got recently.
Soldier: Yes, we’re sending those to put the potential recruits under control.
Yet another woman: We don’t need it. We don’t need any war.
Multiple women chime in with the same thing at once about not wanting war.
Very disgruntled woman: We’ve been told that the police will handle those who refuse to sign the writs for mobilization. What does that mean?
Soldier: It’s an official order for total mobilization.
Another woman: We’ve been told those fairy tales many times. They told us those who refuse to go to war will go to jail for 5 years.
Soldier: I ask you, did we take anyone to war so far?
Woman: When you take someone it will be too late to worry.
Another woman: We’ve never been on Maidan. We didn’t touch anyone. We don’t need it.
Very angry man gesturing: Take your recruit list and make sure no one will be taken to war.
Soldier – finally admitting the truth: They will take your sons anyway.
Same angry Man: Who will take them?
Soldier: The state
Same angry man: We don’t give a damn about your country and your war!
Large group gathers writs and sets them on fire.
Background conversation: mostly untranslated but also containing We are sickened of the authorities.
More background conversation: The authorities flee like rats from a sinking ship, but they come here and take our sons and send them to death. They all made the mess and now they need us to clean it up.