The presenter of the Ukrainian channel ’24’ Fakhrudin Sharafmal made an appeal on Tuesday in favor of the extermination of Russian children, after invoking the doctrine of the final solution of the Nazi Adolf Eichmann, considered as the ‘architect’ of the Holocaust during the Second World War.
“Since in Russia they call us Nazis, fascists, etc., I would like to quote Adolf Eichmann, who said that to destroy a nation it is necessary, first of all, to kill children. Because if you kill your parents, the children will grow up and they will definitely take revenge. By killing the children, they will never grow up and the nation will disappear,” the journalist said during a broadcast.
Sharafmal recalled that the Ukrainian military cannot “annihilate Russian children, because it is prohibited by the rules of war” as well as by some conventions, but said he was willing to carry out his plan with his own hands.
“I am not from the Armed Forces of Ukraine. And when I have the opportunity to eliminate the Russians, I will definitely do it. Since they call me a Nazi, I adhere to the doctrine of Adolf Eichmann, and I will do everything in my power so that you and your children will never live on this earth,” he said.
The presenter went further and said that now it is not about obtaining peace, but about the victory of the Ukrainian people. “We need victory. And if we have to slaughter all their families [rusas] to do it, I will be one of the first to do it,” he continued.
“We hope that a nation like Russia and the Russians will not stay on this land again. […] And I hope that each one contributes with their contribution and kills at least one ‘moskal’ [insulto étnico a los rusos usado principalmente en otras naciones eslavas]”, he concluded.
In his announcement about the start of the special military operation in Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin stressed that its main objective is to “demilitarize and denazify” Ukraine, as well as to defend the population of Donbass, victims of “Abuses and genocide by the kyiv regime”.