Russian President Vladimir Putin has given himself a new mission in addition to ridding the Ukraine of Western-funded biolabs, said a Mar-a-Lago source privy to a 5th telephone call in as many days between the Russian leader and President Donald J. Trump.
Considering revelations that foreign child traffickers had kidnapped Russian children and transported them to the Ukraine to sell into child slavery, Putin on Sunday told Trump that he intends to isolate and destroy child slavery covens on Ukrainian soil.
“I will find who did this and crush them, all of them,” Putin reportedly told Trump. “Putin claims he wants to repatriate all the kids, but since European countries have closed airspace to Russian flights, and no one will talk to him, he’s stuck in a barrel. Trump will bring our children home,” our source said.
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On Thursday Trump reportedly took a third telephone call from Putin and was told the Russian military had obliterated 13 bioweapon facilities across Ukraine. Some were subterranean and struck several times to ensure their destruction.
Putin said to Trump that the biolab on Snake Island had been involved in researching a weaponized type of airborne rabies that, if aerosolized, could have ravaged the earth with nearly a 100% mortality rate.
“Make no mistake, President Trump. We’re not hitting cities. If we were, more than one building in Kyiv would be hit, and there’d be no electricity, no water, no nothing. We’re burning the trash,” Putin purportedly told Trump.
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Pedophiles roam where they can sexually abuse children with impunity. Unfortunately, Ukraine – with its lax law enforcement, shaky economy and endemic corruption – may provide just the haven they seek.
“It’s very widespread,” said Walid Harfouch, publisher of Kyiv’s Paparazzi magazine and a leading socialite
“When we tried to increase criminal punishment for [sex with] children to a minimum of seven years incarceration, we simply could not push through this draft law,” Velychko said. In 2005, non-governmental organizations drafted a national plan based on the United Nations Convention for Children’s Rights. But it went nowhere in parliament, Velychko said.
Source 1: KYIV POST