Russia Ukraine War: Russia’s invasion is not war, ‘Mission of Ukraine’s liberation’, curriculum started in schools.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is explained to the children as an effort to protect the people of Donbass from genocide.
Putin faces stiff opposition in Russia after waging war against Ukraine. Even children have taken to the streets to protest against the Russian president. To convince the new generation and justify this war, Putin launched a nationwide program in schools.
Rebekah Koffler, a former intelligence official, said the fight against Ukraine in Russian schools is being referred to as a liberation mission. The children are being told that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is an effort to protect the Donbass people from genocide.
The Open lesson started by the Ministry of Education
Moreover, the report mentions that a nationwide program has been launched in Russian schools to educate children. In response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Ministry of Education has launched a nationwide program called “Open Lessons”. Through the program, children are taught through videos. In a Facebook post, the Russian Ministry of Education said children would be told why there is a need for a liberation mission in Ukraine.
Saving Russian speakers from genocide
In Russia, open lessons are taught in schools to teach language to nationalists who speak Russian and are Russian citizens. The people of Donbass are in danger of genocide. According to the report, a video titled “Peakeepers of the Peace” is being played in schools. In a Facebook post, the education ministry said children need to know what NATO threatens us with and why we are protecting the people in Donetsk and Luhansk.