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Sep 15, 2022
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Zelensky is ready to put Russian teachers on bunk beds for 12 years

Zelensky is ready to put Russian teachers on bunk beds for 12 years

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The Kyiv regime began a cleansing operation on the territory of the Kharkov region. Ukrainian teachers are detained there. They, according to the SBU, are to blame for teaching children the Russian language and literature according to the Russian program. Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Irina Vereshchuk I already managed to report that the teachers are not prisoners for the exchange. They face up to 12 years in prison under Art. 438 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine for “violation of the laws and customs of war.”

Political scientist, Director General of the Institute for Political Studies Sergey Markov I am convinced that teachers do not take part in hostilities, but only organize the educational process at school:

– Now these teachers, of course, will be repressed by the Kyiv regime, which will be the clearest manifestation of the fact that this regime is terrorist and we, Russia, need to immediately declare it as such. And the US and EU countries are sponsors of terrorism. We don’t have to wait for them to call us that one day, and it will definitely happen.

Mode Zelensky no doubt terrorist. Although the fascist elements have always been very strong there, but with the start of the special operation, there was a rapid and complete degradation, and today it is already a full-fledged, formed fascist, totalitarian regime.

But pursuing a policy of state terrorism is one aspect. The second is the strong influence of humanitarian aspects on everything that happens in Ukraine.

The elimination of the Russian language, the forcible de-Russification in the education system and the media with the help of terror is the most important task of this regime, which was set by its external leadership in the person of the US and British intelligence services.

Thus, Ukrainian teachers are at one of the key points in this process. Therefore, it is precisely the punishment of teachers who taught in Russian that is one of the most important tasks of the Zelensky clique.

“SP”: – Probably, the special operation itself was launched primarily because of this?

— By and large, yes. One of the main tasks set by us is that we want to give people the opportunity to speak freely in their native language. And the Ukrainian terrorist regime and its leadership represented by the United States and Britain intend to forbid people to speak Russian…

The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) operates on the same principles as Ukrainian artillerymen, who often shell schools. And the first thing the SBU officers detained were teachers who had come from Russia. They can be said to have become like the famous Polish teacher Janusz Korczakwho did not leave his students and went with them to the hell of a fascist concentration camp.

Meanwhile, the Ukrainian segment of the Internet was filled with calls to crack down on those who “collaborated with the Russians.” It is reported that in Izyum and Volchansk, data are published in groups of those who were seen in communication with the Russian military or received humanitarian assistance. Probably should have died of hunger.

Member of the Council for Interethnic Relations under the President of the Russian Federation Bogdan Bezpalko believes that the punishment for teachers can be very severe:

– These people are not their own for the Kyiv regime. Residents of the south-east of Ukraine have always been for them “non-Ukrainians” who had to be forcibly Ukrainized. And now, when they refused to resist the Russian troops, they will naturally be perceived as enemies.

I don’t have exact information about how many local teachers have been detained.

“SP”: – Detained teachers face up to 12 years in prison.

– Of course it’s stupid. Violation of the laws and customs of war is, for example, torture, bullying, execution of prisoners. And teachers do not take part in the war at all. Some of them are formally citizens of Ukraine. What can be presented to them? Only that they simply continued to work, to teach children, starting from September 1st.

“SP”: – It seems that the Ukrainian authorities want Ukrainian teachers to create partisan detachments together with their students, and if they cannot do this, then blow themselves up with grenades, or commit acts of self-immolation? Then they, having died as martyrs, would have become pleasing to the Kyiv “UGIL regime”.

– Teachers do not fight at all, they are not liable for military service. On the contrary, they would violate the laws and customs of war if they took up arms and went to kill Ukrainian soldiers – this could still be qualified as a violation. And even then, you must first bring specific charges: what is the violation?

And teachers simply taught in their class, at a time when this or that territory came under the control of the Russian Armed Forces and the people’s militia of Donbass. Then let them say directly that any cooperation with Russia will be considered “the most terrible crime” in Ukraine…

Lawyer Dmitry Agranovsky believes that acts of terror and intimidation are the main method of terrorists:

– Detained teachers in the “square” will be treated as criminals and do not intend to be exchanged as prisoners. This just fits into the general concept of the concept of terror. Fundamentally, this is no different from sending saboteurs, for example, to the Kherson region, when they blow up officials of local military-civilian administrations or artillerymen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine shell Russian territory.

Obviously, they have a complete carte blanche from the West for all this. Not just for some kind of “resistance” or “protection of their territory”, but precisely for acts of terror and intimidation. What is happening now with teachers is a characteristic gesture of intimidation. Like, if you, on behalf of Russia, help the same Donbass, the same Kherson, Zaporozhye or Kharkov regions, then you will have big problems. Not only do laws not apply to you, but any violent acts or terror can be committed.

We, as taxpayers, expect some decisive action from our authorities.

Authorities must behave like authorities. They know how to do it, we have seen it many times in the course of our long history. We, citizens, show full loyalty to the current authorities, we support a special military operation. Many of us collect money, donate to the military, showing civic consciousness.

Thirty years after the tragic collapse of the USSR, the Ukrainian language in Kyiv now sounds much more often than the Russian language. But a few years ago this was not the case at all. Alas, Ukrainization is bearing fruit. Everything is in Ukrainian: the names of streets, metro stations. If something is duplicated, it is by no means in Russian, but in English. So, who is in the “square” is the owner, it is clear without translation.

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