Dnepropetrovsk Mayor Calls For Slaughter of Russians Around the World

© REUTERS / GLEB GARANICHUkrainian service members walk near a Ukrainian flag in the village of Kozarovychi, in Kyiv region, Ukraine April 2, 2022
Ukrainian service members walk near a Ukrainian flag in the village of Kozarovychi, in Kyiv region, Ukraine April 2, 2022 - Sputnik International, 1920, 03.04.2022
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In his Sunday address posted on social media, Boris Filatov, the mayor of the eastern Ukrainian city Dnepropetrovsk, referred to Russians as "non-humans".
Dnepropetrovsk Mayor, Boris Filatov, speaking on Sunday about Russians, said that Ukrainians now have "an absolute moral right" to "kill these non-humans around the world".

"I see how hatred swamps us after we saw what the non-humans did in the Kiev region," he wrote in his social media address posted on Facebook and Telegram. "But we cannot bring back those who have been tortured, shot or burnt alive. Let's leave hatred aside [...] It's time for cold fury. Now we have an absolute moral right, calmly and in clear mind, to kill these non-humans, all around the world, for as long as we can, and as many as we can. Methodically, and without too much heroism."

Filatov also recommended that everyone "preserve their energy", since it will be "of use" later.
Despite several calls that the post be blocked for promoting violence, Filatov's Facebook account remains available to be seen as of Sunday.
In his statement, the mayor of Dnepropetrovsk appeared to be referring to the alleged killing of civilians in Bucha which Kiev claims was perpetrated by the Russian military. On Sunday, the Russian Defence Ministry denied the allegations, saying that "not a single local resident suffered any violent action" while Bucha was under the Russian troops' control.
According to Moscow, photos and videos of alleged corpses of civilians lying in the streets of Bucha are "another production of the Kiev regime for the western media".
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