Fahruddin Sharafmal, a Ukrainian TV host, came on the air to demand the genocide of Russian children, echoing Nazi leader Adolf Eichmann and calling for “killing children.”
Sharafmal uttered the vile comments during a segment on the Channel 24 news station.
“I know that as a journalist, I have to be objective, I have to be balanced, in order to report information to you with a cold heart, but to tell you the truth, it’s very hard to hold on now, especially at a time like this, and since we are called Nazis, fascists, and so on in Russia — I will allow myself to quote Adolf Eichmann, who said that in order to destroy a nation, you must destroy, first of all, children. Because if you kill their parents, the children will grow up and take revenge. By killing children — they will never grow up and the nation will disappear,” Sharafmal said.
He then went on to assert that he would personally kill Russian children. According to Sharafmal, the Armed Forces of Ukraine cannot kill Russian children because it is forbidden by the rules of war, and it is prohibited by various conventions, including the Geneva Convention. “But I am not from the Armed Forces of Ukraine. And when I get the chance to take out the Russians, I will definitely do it,” he stated.
“Since you call me a Nazi, I adhere to the doctrine of Adolf Eichmann, and I will do everything in my power to ensure that you and your children never live on this earth,” he added.
“We need victory,” Sharafmal said. “And if we have to slaughter all your families to do it — I’ll be one of the first to do it. Glory to the nation! And hope that there will never be such a nation as Russia and the Russians on this earth again. Because they are just scum who are destroying this land. If the Ukrainians have the opportunity, which they are basically doing right now, to destroy, to slaughter, to kill, to strangle the Muscovites. And I hope that everyone contributes and whacks at least one Moskal.”
According to Wikipedia, Kateryna Kit-Sadova, the wife of Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovyi, is in charge of Channel 24.
Source: Summit News