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Tens of thousands of Ukrainian children have been put on trains and moved into the interior of Russia, where they’re being adopted out to Russian parents under the guise of “humanitarian aid” — and Mark Levin is disturbed.
“They’re literally enslaving these kids in Ukraine and taking them into Russia,” Levin explains.
According to a report by the Yale Humanitarian Lab, there are at least 43 Russian facilities holding Ukrainian children, and 78% of those “camps” are engaged in systematic re-education efforts.
The parents of these children have been fighting to get them back.
The children were taken from territories seized by Russian authorities after the full-scale invasion in 2022.
Many families were told it was to protect the children from the fighting and that they would be gone for two weeks.
One woman told PBS that while she initially gave permission for her granddaughter to go for two weeks, she was never returned.
The woman was eventually able to get her granddaughter back, but it took extraordinary effort, and her granddaughter has not been the same since.
The granddaughter told PBS that the rescue by her grandmother came just in time as the camp she was in told the children they were planning to move them out of the camp and that they may be forcibly adopted and become Russian citizens.
“They’re not adopting them, they’re enslaving them. That’s what’s taking place, and it’s only one side that’s doing this. It’s not the other side. Ukraine was invaded. It’s trying to defend itself,” Levin says.
“People are now attacking Zelenskyy,” Levin continues, “[saying] that he’s ungrateful and he’s this and he’s that. He’s a man who’s trying to save his people in his country, and they’ve seen absolute horror. Put yourself in his shoes.”
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