“Uranium-filled shells, plastic bullets against children, sex change of minors with hormone replacement therapy: these are the ‘rules’ of the new world order,” said Maria Zajarova.
The spokeswoman for the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Zajarova, denounced on Monday that the British authorities are not really concerned about the safety of children, both in Ukraine and in the United Kingdom.
“I wonder how the ‘collective heads’ of Western liberal dictatorships manage to have two incongruous ideologies at the same time: the alleged concern for Ukrainian children and the maniacal desire to contaminate the land in the region with depleted uranium,” Zakharova wrote on her Telegram account.
He also added that “they may think it will be like a chickenpox party where healthy and sick little children are brought together so that those who have never had chickenpox can catch it and develop immunity.”
The spokeswoman stressed that “in principle, it is unlikely that they will be able to care for children from other countries, since they do not feel empathy even for their ownIn this context, he recalled a BBC investigation that reveals that British officers shot children in Northern Ireland with plastic and rubber bullets during the conflict known in English as ‘The Troubles’. of at least eight minorssome as young as ten years old,” he stressed.
According to Zajarova, “the authorities knew that the use of such munitions was highly likely to be lethal” and “in 1971, the British ground forces received instructions to this effect”, but the military “deliberately refused to communicate its contents to the units lower”. “It was easier to drown the protests in blood of those who wanted to pray in a different church and speak a different language,” he said.
“Projectiles filled with uranium, plastic bullets against children, sex change of minors with hormone replacement therapy: these are the ‘rules’ of the new world order. I am against it!” concluded the high diplomat.
- The United Kingdom announced last week that it will send munitions containing depleted uranium to kyiv. The announcement not only provoked a strong reaction from Moscow, but also raises the question of whether this measure could entail serious consequences for civilians living in the territories where this type of weapon is planned to be used.