The Kremlin has so far denied that it is eyeing a fresh mobilization drive.
After President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization order this past September, hundreds of thousands of citizens fled the country.
The leader of an anti-war group said she was detained as she was set to hand to authorities hundreds of complaints against the Ukraine war.
"We were deceived," the soldiers said of being called to the war, adding that they were supposed to be in "territorial defense."
The men said instead of receiving training to fight in the conflict, commanders used them to build dugouts.
Ukraine has warned that Russia is set to mobilize up to half a million people starting later this month.
'"We have to prepare our population in schools and everywhere else," a guest said on Russian state TV.
New conscripts will begin serving the longer regimen in 2024, Tsai Ing-wen, Taiwan's president, announced on Tuesday.
"With the beginning of partial mobilization, the Russian Defense Ministry encountered certain difficulties," Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said.
"A man who knows how to hold a weapon is now of great interest to Russia...They will force him to go to war in every possible way," Mikhail Zhilin's wife said.
The propaganda clip attempts to portray the men who are staying in Russia as "men" and those who flee as "boys."
Bringing up the topics, which include protests by mothers of mobilized soldiers, would reportedly "upset the president."
Taiwan's conscripts could serve one year in the military, up from its current policy of four months.
The "database" is allegedly connect to plans by the Kremlin to conduct another covert mobilization drive in February 2023.
Russia has reportedly lost more than 100,000 soldiers to injury and death, and is losing a further 100 men each day during the conflict in Bakhmut, Ukraine.
Russia's partial mobilization of 300,000 reservists in September has not made much of a difference against Ukrainian forces.
Vadim Boyko, deputy head of the Vladivostok Pacific Naval College, was made a "scapegoat" for issues with Russia's mobilization drive, his widow said.
The women have accused Putin of "hiding" from the mothers and wives of Russian soldiers sent to fight in Ukraine.
Ivan Mertvishchev demanded the appliance from a military staff member who was recruiting for Russia's autumn draft.
Ukraine's General Staff said Russia was drafting a law to legalize conscripting Ukrainians in Russian-occupied territories who have a Russian passport.
"I'm ready to tear them apart. They have to do something...we want them to be taken out as they have a lot of wounded," one woman said.
His wife said his mobilization may be the revenge of the local "elites," according to local media sources.
"When it all started, the officers immediately ran away," a soldier who was conscripted as part of Russian President Vladimir Putin's partial mobilization said.
A mother of a Russian soldier said the mobilized men were called "meat" and "minced meat" in their military unit.
The clip shows Russian military officers dragging unconscious soldiers away from the scene of the brawl.
Colonel General Alexander Lapin reportedly threatened to shoot the commander of a mobilized unit which retreated from the front lines.
This week, Alexey Chepa, a member of the Russian State Duma, proposed to start conscripting women into the Russian army to bolster the war effort in Ukraine.
Earlier, government officials quit in droves after a colleague who was conscripted as part of Russia's mobilization decree died in Ukraine.
More than eight months into Russia's against neighboring Ukraine, anger is growing across the country, with some officials even calling for Putin's resignation.