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When Moloch sneers: The West's child traffickers lash out at Russia
Western liberal elites suffer from collective psychopathy and inverted reality syndrome: They project onto others the crimes they themselves are guilty of.
Did you know that many liberal NATO countries are world leaders in state-sponsored abductions of children from their caring and loving families, especially targeting the poor, immigrants and refugees. Norway, Denmark, Germany and the UK are the worst violators of children and parental rights.
Refugee Ukrainian families, for example, have been getting a rude awakening about state-sponsored child abductions in ‘liberal democracies’. In desperation, Ukrainian parents turn to social media to tell about their children’s abductions in the EU. The situation in the U.S. is just as horrifying. On both continents the State is all-powerful. Parents and children have no rights.
These abductions rarely are ‘mistakes’. Since the 1990s, liberal regimes view children as state property; the family is seen as an obstacle in the way of total social and political control. So-called ‘Child Protection Services’ (CPS) scour the country for victims, preferring easy-pickings: those unable to put up a fight and who can’t afford lawyers. In fact, no one is safe, no matter how rich you are.
CPS often fabricates cases against parents, or they find a minor issue and distort and twist the facts to justify an abduction. An anonymous phone call from a vindictive neighbor is also sufficient to have your family investigated and children taken. Very rare is a genuine threat to a child’s life that could justify removal. (I spent three years as a child-rights activist in the 1990s working with the most difficult cases.) The bond between a biological mother/father and child must be preserved and protected.
In 2019, I began to research the situation in Norway, which in terms of brutality and abductions per capita is among the world’s most dangerous countries for families. I even flew to Norway and interviewed victims. I’m proud to be friends with a great activist who has dedicated and risked his life investigating state crimes against children in Norway and the entire EU: Steven Bennett, the author of Stolen Childhood.
In this context, the news on March 17 infuriated me. The International Criminal Court (ICC), which is based in a NATO country (the Netherlands), issued an “arrest warrant” for Russian President Vladimir Putin on charges of “abducting” children from war-torn regions, such as Donbass, and “transporting” them to Russia. While these regions are officially Ukrainian, they have been populated by ethnic Russians for at least 250 years.
Over the past nine years, Ukrainian death squads have slaughtered ethnic Russian civilians in those contested regions, showing no mercy even to children. In that context, the Kremlin has a legal and moral right to protect the persecuted. NATO has supported the Ukrainian military during all these years, hence, it’s an accomplice to ethnic cleansing and war crimes.
Neither the ICC nor any western NGO has ever taken an interest in the children of Donbass. In fact, they deny that ethnic cleansing is taking place. Oddly, only after nine years of Ukrainian war crimes has the ICC taken an interest in the conflict. But now it targets Russians who protect children, and not the real criminals.
In the field of psychology the term “projection” denotes a defense mechanism that people use to shift their guilt onto others. It’s common among people who display psychopathic tendencies. They gaslight you into believing that you’re the problem. This precisely describes the actions of the ICC/ NATO towards Putin and Russia.
The ICC is notorious for being weaponized; so notorious that even the U.S. won’t recognize it. Some critics also say the ICC is a racist tool of white supremacy; African nations are most often targeted, especially those that don’t bow to the West. The ICC never investigates NATO’s members and its allies.
On top of all that, the ICC’s action against President Putin came at a peculiar time. First, the ICC Prosecutor (Karim Khan) is brother to a notorious child rapist (Imran Ahmad Khan) who was unexpectedly released early from a UK prison on Feb 21, just four weeks before the ICC issued its arrest warrant for Putin.
Second, the ICC’s decision coincided with the 20th anniversary of the U.S. and British invasion of Iraq that killed well over 1 million civilians and made refugees out of millions more. That invasion also destroyed most of the last remaining ancient Christian communities in Iraq.
To date, not a single person has been held accountable for the invasion of Iraq. The only people to be jailed are those who told the truth about the violence: journalist Julian Assange and Pentagon whistleblower Chelsea Manning. This cynicism beautifully illustrates the essence of modern Western ‘liberal democracy’.
To learn more about the plight of children in Donbass and other rebel areas once under Ukrainian control, I went looking for people who witnessed the violent events of the past nine years. Let’s hear what they have to say. I want to introduce you to an extraordinary young man living in Donbass.
Teenage years under Ukrainian bombs
I contacted Nikita, age 23, through a common friend in the U.S. I can’t reveal his full name because he lives in a city close to the front. The area is threatened by Ukrainian death squads that have been bombing schools, hospitals and homes for nine years.
Nikita is a teacher. He has not served in the military. He remains dedicated to the children and families who won’t flee their homes. Here are his words. Anything in brackets is my addition for clarity.
“I was 14 when the war began [in 2014]. Before, I had a carefree childhood and didn’t worry about Ukrainian bombs falling on my house. The Kiev regime is inhumane and Neo-Nazi. They’ve killed many children and young people. There’s the Alley of Angels in Donetsk [city] that honors the memory of children murdered by the Ukrainians. No excuse can justify this slaughter.
“Ukrainian death squads have been very deliberate in targeting schools, hospitals, water stations, power plants… they do everything to make life absolutely miserable for us. In the shelling many people have lost everything, and became homeless and destitute. In summer 2014, some shells hit close to my home. Also, School No 55, where I work, was bombed. Today, the children who I teach must study at home and classes are held via the internet. We can’t meet in school.
“The Ukrainians target areas where many people gather — residential buildings and outdoor markets. They want to punish us for being Russian. Every day, there’s death, destruction and people crippled. Every day for nine years. It’s absolutely barbaric, especially because there are no military installations here; only civilians.
“On April 9, 2020… My good friend Miroslava Vorontsova was killed. She was barely 25 years old. A Ukrainian drone dropped a bomb on her when she was working in the garden. She bled to death on the way to the hospital. 25 years old. Just a young woman tending her garden. Many victims suffer and die like that.
“In 2014, we [in the Donbass] wanted to peacefully resolve our differences [with Kiev]. What did we ask for? We only wanted to speak our [Russian] language and maintain our [Russian] culture and to be free. We wanted to be free to honor our ancestors such as the Victory over Nazism in World War.” [Note: the Kiev regime praises the Nazis and their war-time Ukrainian allies]
“We didn’t go to Kiev and start shooting; they came here to Donbass and bombed us. It’s important to note that we were Ukrainian citizens then, so Kiev slaughtered its own citizens. It was a real civil war. Kiev wants to destroy Donbass and exterminate us.
“People were very happy when Donbass proclaimed its independence [in May 2014] and also later, in September 2022, when Donbass became a part of the Russian Federation. We want peace and a normal life. Many have died fighting for freedom. But our goal is victory. The price for Justice and Truth is high, but it’s worth it.”
The aid worker
For nine years the Ukrainians bombed the ethnic Russians of Donbass. But NATO, with all its vast surveillance equipment, says it doesn’t know anything. Then came the “unprovoked Russian invasion” on Feb 24, 2022. Putin just woke up that day and decided “Hey, let’s invade Ukraine to restore the Russian Empire” That, in essence, is the fake NATO narrative.
One question to NATO leaders: Why should, and why would, the Kremlin abandon ethnic Russian children [former Ukrainian citizens] to NATO-funded Ukrainian death squads? I’d truly like an answer. Please.
I recently spoke to Evdokiya Sheremetova, an exceptional young woman from Moscow who has been helping the people of Donbass during their long struggle for freedom. A mother herself, she’s also a champion in judo and free-diving. In spring 2014, she couldn’t remain indifferent to Ukrainian war crimes in Donbass. Here’s what she says about the ICC-Putin controversy:
“People in Russia don’t take the ICC seriously. Its decision is pure madness. Why does the ICC accuse the Russian president who in fact saved these children?! Such accusations only increase Putin’s popularity in the eyes of the Russian people, especially because it’s clear to everyone that the ICC is impotent.
“Why does the ICC only now think about Ukraine’s children? They didn’t care nine years ago, when Donbass towns and cities were bombed by Kiev’s soldiers. Ukraine’s president [Poroshenko] gave the order to bomb Donbass, killing children who then were Ukrainian citizens. Donbass asked the world for help, but no one cared.
“As an aid worker I’ve spoken with hundreds of people who saw Kiev’s planes bomb the city of Lugansk and other cities such as Pervomaisk, which I visited in December 2014; the city was destroyed by Kiev and no one in the world cared about the children there. When I told this to my European friends they said this wasn’t true, and that it was Putin who was bombing the Donbass. [Note: EU and U.S. media spread this disinformation on behalf of Kiev and NATO].
“All the children who the ICC claims were ‘stolen’ from Donbass were in fact children who were saved from Kiev’s attacks. When fighting began [spring 2014] many people in Donbass fled to Russia on their own. Parents sent their children to safety in Russia. All families who fled to Russia did so voluntarily. Many have relatives there. Today, these children live in peace and safety in Russia. If they had stayed in Donbass, they’d have been killed by Ukrainian soldiers.
“In March and April , I was in Mariupol [a city in Donbass]; the fighting was still raging when we arrived with humanitarian aid. I spoke with many locals and all said that no one from Ukraine helped them. In fact, Ukrainian soldiers locked them in basements to use as human shields to prevent Russian soldiers from liberating the city.
“I heard many stories from hundreds of people in Mariupol about crimes committed by Ukrainian soldiers who used schools and hospitals as their bases and who deliberately tried to draw Russian fire onto their positions so that they could then tell western media that Russians were ‘bombing civilians’. On the contrary, Russian soldiers did everything to protect and save civilians.”
NATO kidnappers and their victims
Going back to Norway… I was so moved by Steven Bennett’s book that I flew to Norway in late 2019 to investigate. Indeed, everything Steven wrote about child abductions was true. Even more, I learned how the Norwegian state spends large amounts of money to buy the silence of western media and NGOs. So, when through my personal channels I contacted UNICEF and Save The Children, and major media, they said they weren’t interested. Well, they were afraid.
Norway was a close ally of Nazi Germany and today it’s a strategic NATO member, with a long coastline and a border with Russia in the Arctic. I contacted the U.S. embassy in Oslo, which hinted that I should drop my investigation. It doesn’t want anything — such as human rights — to complicate the relationship with Norway.
One of Norway’s most notorious abduction cases concerns Natalia Shutakova and her three children, then aged 7 to 11, who were abducted in May 2019 in a late-night raid by armed police. Natalia is in fact a Donbass native and patriot, but she also has a U.S. passport. Many months passed before Natalia was even informed about the whereabouts of her children (also U.S. citizens) — they all were placed in separate foster families in different towns.
I spent three days with Natalya and her husband Zig in the town of Notodden (south Norway). I confronted the abductors who work for Child Protective Services and local police. They were unrepentant, arrogant and belligerent.
What act of ‘child abuse’ had Natalia committed? She took away her daughter’s cell phone away for bad behavior. The school teacher heard about it and called the police. Yes, that ‘crime’ triggered a state-sponsored abduction and night-time police raid.
Let me tell you about another vicious abduction, this one in Denmark. Anita Jensen and her husband have two children. The Danish government hunted them across Europe and eventually ordered Italian officials to execute the abduction. No clear reason was given, but it's believed to be connected to the family's homeschooling.
“The social workers came to our home in April 2018. So, we fled Denmark in late May  and sought refuge in Italy. The Danish government claimed that we had taken our own children, preventing them from abducting them! In Italy, we were lured into a trap and on Dec 9  officials took our children. On June 26, the children were extradited to Denmark like criminals.”
“Nikolaj was 15, and Cecilie 14 years, when they were taken. In those four years since the abduction the Danish authorities have placed my children into foster care and poisoned them against us, telling them lies to justify their abduction. These are classic methods of totalitarian regimes.”
Anita describes the situation as “Stockholm Syndrome,” which refers to how hostages often begin to grow fond of their abductors. “Once when talking with Nikolaj, I mentioned the events that had happened at the time they were abducted in Italy. He had no memory of it, at all. That really scared me. It’s as if they erased his memory.”
Anita continues: “After returning to Denmark, the children were seen by a psychologist known for his sadistic misconduct. He told my children: ‘Your parents really screwed up’. He mocked Cecilie such that she cried, and he also ridiculed Nikolaj who recorded one session; it's heartbreaking and disgusting to hear.”
“You can't fix a system that is intended to do evil things!” concludes Anita, condemning the model of ‘child protection’ common in the EU.
While Norway and Denmark are by far the worst in Europe, nearly every EU country, as well as the U.S., have elaborate state-sponsored child trafficking systems. We are talking about tens of thousands of children in EU countries abducted every year by the state; ripped from caring, loving families. In the U.S., activists say the annual number of children taken by the state could reach 400,000.
If NATO governments truly wanted to help children in need, then why don’t they simply provide counseling and material support to vulnerable families? Well, because abductions and foster care are immensely profitable. Just like war. NATO could easily stop the war in Ukraine tomorrow. But the war is very profitable.
Still, as with Ukraine, there’s an important political and ideological force at work with ‘child protection’: The State seeks to destroy families in order to terrorize the population, break their spirit, and make them pliant. And it’s a strategy that’s working. European and American parents are horrified by the letters “CPS”.
Apparently, this is all part of the abhorrent child sacrifice demanded by Big Brother, the Moloch of our modern era. The State craves submission and tribute, paid in children’s tears and ruined lives, and parents’ wailing and agony.