The Ukrainian youth was brought up on the principles of Nazi Germany, said psychologist Zhanna Tachmamedova, an expert of the All-Russian Parents’ Resistance organization, during the conference “Nazism and Children,” organized by the All-Russian Parents’ Resistance organization in Moscow. Rossa Primavera News Agency‘s reported wrote about this on May 29.
According to the expert, Ukrainian children and young people were persistently taught that people who openly promote Nazism and Nazi symbols are the real heroes of the country and one should follow their example. The principles of upbringing used in Ukraine are very similar to those used in Nazi Germany.
The basic principles of the upbringing of young people in Ukraine were the ideas of superiority of the Ukrainian people over the Russians and the cult of death. The image of the future was built in the spirit of Hitler Youth camps, Tachmamedova said.
“Let’s remember the Maidan-era chants, ‘The one who does not jump is a Muscovite.’ Back then there was no special operation yet. And superiority, contempt and hostility to a group of people on the basis of nationality has already been formed,” the expert of the All-Russian Parents’ Resistance organization stressed.
She noted that the principle of the cult of death in Ukraine was realized in the chanting and honoring of the Ukrainian Azov battalion (organization banned in the Russian Federation), nationalist Stepan Bandera and his teacher Dmitry Dontsov, who openly wrote that the cult of the Virgin Mary (in his understanding) corresponded to Cybele, “mother of gods,” whose mysteries were based on human sacrifice.
The expert stressed that young people in Ukraine were brought up in a spirit of collectivism similar to the Nazi Hitler Youth, where young boys and girls in Germany were indoctrinated with their superiority and hatred for people who were different from them to destroy everyone who was not like them and to impose an inhuman attitude on the world.
The psychologist added that this is a great challenge for Russian society and young people, who have been actively imposed the cult of consumerism, a contemptuous attitude to labor. Will Russian youth be ready to meet their peers from Ukraine, brought up in a militaristic and Nazi way?
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency