a reply to: Agent_USA_Supporter
How is this info NEW by any means? The Right Sector had camps all along. Everybody knew that. Yanukovich knew about it, but, obviously, he thought,
that since they're pro-ukranian, he could control them. Ooops. Well, didn't see that one coming, did he? 8-)
He even closed his eyes on some of their "wrongdoings". But to what extent? Nazis were openly marching on the streets of Ukranian cities and noone
could stop them.
The Russians, Ukranians and the Belorussians celebrate Victory day in May. The 9th of May, to be exact, and this day is nearing. We can only imagine
what the right sector has in store for this occasion.
Here's 2011. Veterans came to a WW2 memorial to pay their dues to relatives and friends who died in the war. Many brought their childrem.
My great-grandfather died in the war. Another one lived to tell the story. My great-grandmother and grandmother survived the bombings. And that's
just the closest relatives. For example, my brother-in-law's grandmother and grandfather both fought in the war. So many families all around the
world are part of this.
There are many proud families, who's ancestors paid the highest price for stopping Hitler. And I'm most sure that anyone with respect for the
bravery and sacrifice for WW2 veterans, would clench their fists after seeing this. There is no doubt that what they fought is pure evil. And Victory
Day is when we pay our respects. In Ukraine, Victory Day may as well turn into a massacre. As they say, stay tuned. Time for the reporters to wake up
to the new reality.
My point is that the Right Sector is no ordinary protester group. Those are crackhead nationalists. And the red-black flag the're waving here and
their is not just a flag, but a manifest, that fachism is still strong in the Ukraine. It's the flag of pro-nazi forces, that burned down whole
villages and did most horrible things to civilians. I want that to be clear in case anyone is not aware why East Ukraine is so pissed off about the
Right Sector and Svoboda.
Don't know, who's that Bandera guy? Here. "Enjoy". And may Google translate be with you.
Yeah, reporter really should have mentiont that Kernes took the "terrosists" aka "anti-Maidan" side when the conflict in East Ukraine just
started. More so, he was anti-Maidan all along, judging by what I heard him say on numerous interviews. And if we look at the map, we see that Kharkov
IS North-East Ukraine, which pretty much explains why he was shot. Next guy will probably be Dobkin, the former mayor of Kiev and an anti-Maidan
figure too. Kiev released him from jail for protest activity and a bunch of Maidan "protesters" attacked him, when he came to take part in tv
debates with the candidates for president.
Here you go.
Cops just stood there and watched.
He's candidate for president. According to Ukranian laws, a candidate has same rights as the president, including immunity. Another funny thing is
that candidates should be granted protection, but the gorevnment refuses to provide it and most private security companies are too scared to take on
such clients, as they simply cannot guarantee safety.
Tsarev, another candidate for president, was beaten up.
Guy is being taken away by ambulance, the "peaceful protesters" shout "pierce the tires". Nice.
I dunno, guys.
Ukraine has gone ape#.
Now politicians get shot. Yanukovich, that thieving rat bastard along with his lackeys was by no means even half as bad as the current guys at power.
Poor people. What have they done...
Oh, and do keep in mind that the Maidan horde hates Russia, therefore, Europe should get ready to greet their new Maidan "friends". Soon they will
be going West, most of them illegally, in order to provide for their families. The economy in Ukraine is in decline. Businesses are closing down for
various reasons. They simply have no choice. And the'll be bearing gifts. Gifts they plundered from military bases and police departments all over
the country. Hello cheap small arms. Godbye European safety.
Right Sector will never surrender their guns. They're not stupid. Most certain, that they created caches all over Ukraine - just in case. Hey, why
not. And as any non-government organization, they need funds, and some members have ambitions.
Good criminal business. You got a pack of nazi-crackheads who got heaps of guns and would most likely want to sell them. For FS, they're 100%
cop-proof. It's a no-brainer. Catch a flight fo Ukraine, find a Red Sector officer, make the order and wait for the mule to cross the EU border and
deliver the "goods".
Another "funny" thing is that the Ukranian cops let the "Maidan heroes", as they put it, just walk away, no matter what crime. One group tried to
rob a bank. It was all over the news. The police surrounded them, confiscated their guns and *let them go* that very evening on the grounds of their
"contribution to the Maidan movement". So you cross the border, deliver the guns and come back. Got caught in Ukraine? No problem. Surrender
weapons, be set free,go assemble a new shipment and GET IT RIGHT THIS TIME. Get caught in EU country? Get deported and try again. Cool.
Game over. Load game.
What a crazy reality we are living in...