Ukraine’s Doctor Apologized for Order to “Castrate” Russian Soldiers

The head of the Ukrainian project “Mobile Hospital” Gennady Druzenko made a shocking statement live on the “Ukraine 24” TV channel. He called for the castration of captured soldiers of the Russian Armed Forces. 

Picture: Ugra

On March 20, a video appeared in which Druzenko instructed doctors of mobile hospitals to castrate captured Russian soldiers, saying that the Russian military are “not people, but cockroaches.”

“And all the doctors who saved the lives of patients… the Russians here will die, die in large numbers,” said the nationalist-doctor.

Almost immediately, the next day, on March 21, Druzenko retracted his words. According to the Ukrainian, emotions prompted him to call for violence, and the doctors in the hospital never castrated Russian soldiers. So, he said, he was taking his words back.

“I’m really sorry. We save lives. Period,” Druzenko wrote on his Facebook page.

However, what was said cannot be taken back, and what Druzenko said on the air was not just his personal opinion, but an order. Such actions are called a war crime and entail serious criminal liability. It is also important that Druzenko is not another television babbler, but a lawyer by education, who was at the origins of the creation of the military medical service of Ukraine during the conflict in Donbass in 2014.

He was a referent of the Kiev Patriarch Vladimir, Ukrainian Orthodox Church. He studied in Germany and the USA, was actively involved in the integration of Ukrainian and European law, was a member of the leadership of the Center for European and Comparative Law of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine.

He used to openly show he belongs not to Slavs, not even to Ukrainian nation, but Western world and, in particular, to the USA:

Picture: Druzenko’s FB-page

“In my dreams, I have always seen Ukraine as a European America. Not so much a place of concentration of a certain DNA (“titular nation”) as the land of freedom and opportunity. And this means one simple thing: you become Ukrainian, not are born Ukrainian.”

He apologized only because the head of the Russian Investigative Committee announced the initiation of a criminal case against Druzenko. In addition, such statements put his life at risk, which he complained about on the same Facebook page.

Picture: Druzenko’s response to people’s reaction to the statement against Russian soldiers

Moreover, he doesn’t feel guilty of his words, so his apologies do not mean a thing. He praised to be “a Russian propaganda star” and enjoys his position, which looks as the desperate attempt to hide fear of consequences of his words.

“The last time I was in Russia was in the early 2000s for some scientific conference. Then Russia ceased to interest me as a cultural and scientific province. My knowledge of English and access to modern lingua franca information have forever moved the center of my intellectual gravity from East to West. For 20 years I did not touch Russia, it did not know much about my existence. And suddenly I became the ‘star’ of Russian propaganda,” he wrote.

Ukraine – rotten from the core, blind to nationalism and thus, incurable?

This is not a single case, but rather a habit. A few days ago, the head of the border service of Ukraine, Sergei Deineko, published a post on Facebook, in which he called for bloody reprisals against the wives, children, and parents of Russian servicemen. Later, the official said that he did not write anything like that, and his page was allegedly hacked.

The TV presenter, Fakhrudin Sharafmal, on March 15, on the air of the same TV channel “Ukraine 24”, quoted the statement of the Nazi criminal Adolf Eichmann about the destruction of children and called for the genocide of Russians. Chairman of the Investigative Committee of Russia Alexander Bastrykin instructed to give a legal assessment of the statements of the Ukrainian TV presenter.

In addition, back in 2016, all normal people were shocked by the revelations of the doctor Alexander Chernov, who worked in the intensive care unit on the territory of Donbass, Ukraine’s control side. He then confessed that when a wounded Donbass soldiers got on his table, he did everything to make them die.

“I used medications to inflict maximum harm to enemy patients. At first glance, it looked like a heart attack, stroke, or just something incomprehensible,” he said.

According to him, he sent personal data and diagnoses of patients by e-mail and Skype to the security service of Ukraine.

“Many of my colleagues, unfortunately, believe that the doctor is out of politics. But I convince everyone that the Hippocratic oath is not an indulgence from responsibility for aiding the enemy,” Chernov claimed.

Both Druzenko and Chernov are people of unsound mind, but the current regime in Ukraine does not cure them. Instead, it nurtures their “disease” and pretends it is normal what they do.

Druzenko’s statement stirred up the public and one of Russian doctors, a deputy of the Tyumen Regional Duma from Ugra, Vladimir Nefediev, noted that such statements are fascism in relation to wounded soldiers fighting for peace.

“My grandfather Danila Ivanov, was a local doctor, from 1941 to 1943 in the Nazi-occupied territory of Belarus he performed his medical duty: during the day he treated the local population and German soldiers wounded in battle, and at night he made sorties into the partisan detachment of the Red Army. He was shot for helping the partisans. He died, but he did not betray his duty and the Hippocratic oath,” the Russian doctor noted.

Non-compliance with the medical oath is a shameful act, as well as a direct contradiction to the Geneva Convention of the 49th year on the treatment of Prisoners of War, which should condemn the entire civilized world, the medical community of Ugra states.

Ru-Main, 24.03.2022
Source: Moskovsky Komsomolets  

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