July 26th, 2014

rs, me

*ровые будни

Двое из моих знакомых луганчан уже в "страшной фашистской России". Подают на беженцев.
Написал об этом в украинскую *правозащитную* рассылку.

Получил от сторонника майдана очень европейский ответ: "Да завали уже своё *бало, друг двоих луганчан."

"Это была революция достоинства".
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Human Rights Watch обвиняет армию майданаци в применении "Градов" по жилым кварталам

Human Rights Watch, как бы не последняя в мире правозащитная организация, выступила с заявлением, обвиняющим украинскую армию в обстрелах жилых кварталов "Градами" и призвала их прекратить:

http://www.hrw.org/news/2014/07/24/ukraine-unguided-rockets-killing-civilians
Ukraine: Unguided Rockets Killing Civilians

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Grads are unguided rockets that cannot be targeted accurately, and are often fired in salvos from multi-barrel rocket launchers to saturate a wide area. Human Rights Watch called on all parties to the conflict in eastern Ukraine, particularly Ukrainian government forces, to stop using Grad rockets in or near populated areas because of the likelihood of killing and wounding civilians. Insurgent forces should minimize the risk to civilians under their control by avoiding deploying forces and weapons in densely populated areas.

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Both Ukrainian government and insurgent forces have recently used Grad rockets. Although Ukrainian government officials and the press service of the National Guard have denied using Grad rockets in Donetsk, a Human Rights Watch investigation on the ground strongly indicates that Ukrainian government forces were responsible for the attacks that occurred between July 12 and 21.
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В батальонах украинских наци состоят и зарубежные нацисты, враги Европы и мультикультурности

О них написали на сайте Аль-Джазиры:

http://america.aljazeera.com/articles/2014/7/24/ukraine-azov-battalion.html
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Lemko, a Canadian volunteer whose roots are Ukrainian, said he came to the Azov Battalion several weeks ago because he was concerned about the direction in which Ukraine was heading. He said he was a national socialist — though he rejected the term neo-Nazi — and was a member of far-right groups in Canada, many of which, he said, face problems with the Canadian government because of their political beliefs.

The Canadian volunteer said he was fighting not just against the pro-Russian separatists in the east but for Ukraine’s future; that is, a future that does not include joining the European Union. Joining the EU would destroy Ukraine’s national identity, just as it destroyed the national states of the rest of Europe by admitting economic refugees across borders, he said.

“Ukraine should be for Ukrainians,” Lemko said. “We don’t need the European idea of multicultural extremism here. Ukraine must protect its cultural and ethnic integrity.”

Such sentiments — which go directly opposite to what the pro-European leadership in Kiev and many of its supporters want — might bode ill for the future of the alliance between the far right and Ukraine’s current government.

Nor is Lemko alone. Sitting in a plastic lawn chair with a Kalashnikov resting on his lap, he discussed Ukraine’s future with two volunteer fighters from Sweden. They all agreed that Ukraine is a wealthy country whose economic potential was stolen by oligarchs. But recently elected President Petro Poroshenko was just another oligarch replacing the previous regime, they said.

“I’m here to support a national idea of Ukraine. I’m willing to die helping them get these bandits out,” said Sevren, 28, from Gothenburg, Sweden.

Lemko agreed. “We actually have two enemies now, the EU on one side and the Russian Federation on the other. But first, we need to deal with the separatists,” he said.