Russians teach Ukrainian children ‘Russian values’ in occupied territories

In schools in the occupied Ukrainian territories, the Russians have introduced a new subject – “moral foundations of family life.” In these lessons, students are told about “Russian traditions and spirituality,” the Center for National Resistance reported.

The Center said the Russian occupier emphasizes that a woman is obliged to bear children and be obedient, while a man must defend the “homeland.”

“In this way, the pattern of an ‘exemplary Russian family’ is formed, where the man has to die in wars and the woman has to give birth to new soldiers.”

“In these lessons they forget to mention that international criminal Vladimir Putin has a bunch of illegitimate children and has abandoned his wife in the tradition of the ‘Russian family’.” the Center reported.

This is not the first attempt by the Russians to “brainwash” Ukrainian schoolchildren living in the occupied territories. In the occupied Ukrainian territories, Russian collaborators force ‘volunteers’ of the Russian army to raise Ukrainian children to become ‘patriots of Russia’.

They also teach Russian history and language there. And they are retraining Ukrainian language teachers to teach Russian instead. In occupied Luhansk, the Russians have reassigned Ukrainian language teachers to teach Russian.

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