|February 22nd, 2008||#1|
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Ukrainian Television Show Features Holocaust Denier
(February 7, 2008)
An interview with the head of a Ukrainian organization called "Historical Truth" minimized the extent of the Holocaust and referred to Jews as "kikes", according to UCSJ's Lviv monitor. On February 5, 2008 the Antena cable channel featured an interview with Kostya Zarudny, who holds a Ph.D. in history, on the topic of "the distorted history of Ukraine." While the extent of collaboration by some Ukrainian nationalists with the Nazis is a tricky subject, made murkier by Soviet era propaganda on the one hand, and revisionist claims justifying the rehabilitation of Ukrainians who fought against the USSR on the other, Dr. Zarudny's statements were distinctly unsubtle.
"We see how the lie of the Holocaust continues in Ukraine, how once again the fantastic figure of six million is brought out, and that in Ukraine one and a half million kikes were supposedly killed," he said. "How long is this kike lie going to brainwash us?" He then went on to mock eyewitness testimony describing the existence of gas chambers and other well-documented horrors of the Nazi death camps.
UCSJ's monitor reports that the moderator changed the subject after this outburst and did not raise it again for the rest of the program.
|March 3rd, 2008||#3|
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Its appropriate that this example came from Ukraine, where we see history erased and ignored for fabricated lies. Jewish supremacy and deceit so well illustrated that the Ukrainian Holocaust of an-estimated 7-MILLION White people is basically a forgotten event usurped by the masters of the lie and their "Magic 6 million" kikes.
Great pics btw of Ukrainian solidarity with Serbians..images like that while disgusting to the kike are inspirational for White folk.
"To survive a war, you gotta become war."
Rambo, John J.
|March 28th, 2008||#5|
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Tidbit from a long, two-part article on Ukraine:
Two notes about the students. First, the young women.
The rawest sewage of Western “culture” is pumped into Ukraine like Russian gas, but without threats of being cut off. Some of the imported sewage is, in turn, further contaminated. If seeing an American rap “music” video makes you want to shoot the TV, watching Ukrainian rap “music” videos makes you want to shoot yourself.
And the hyper-sexualized character of this cultural infusion is embraced by so many young women that Lviv can seem like one giant red-light district. Their dress tends to run from the tacky to the outright skanky: fish-net stockings, hot pants, mini-skirts, shiny patent-leather go-go boots with spiked heals.
|June 18th, 2008||#6|
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"Racist" attacks on rise
Racially motivated violence reached unprecedented heights so far this year in Kyiv and throughout Ukraine, with more than 40 attacks and as many as six murders, according to nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) that are tracking such incidents.
In the past three weeks alone, two African citizens died on Kyiv streets, one a confirmed murder, the other not. But those two deaths brought to the number of suspected hate killings to six so far this year in the city.
“Regarding the situation in Kyiv right now, and throughout Ukraine, it is not something to joke about,” said Dr. Johnson Aniki, a Nigerian community leader in Kyiv.
“Foreigners, including Africans, live in fear. People are afraid to walk on the streets, people are afraid to walk home after work. The situation is very serious today.”
The attacks are all the more alarming, considering the number of Africans living in Ukraine is estimated to be only 10,000. Also, in a nation dominated by ethnic Ukrainians and Russians, other groups might account for as little as 4 percent of the national population of 46 million people.
Three years ago, Africans and other ethnic minorities in Ukraine said they started to feel a rise in hostility towards them, mirroring events in Russia.
At that time, in 2006, watchdogs recorded 14 racially motivated attacks and two murders, and police minimized the problem, labeling the perpetrators of these acts mere “hooligans.”
Since then, the recorded number of violent attacks against ethnic minorities and foreigners in Ukraine has skyrocketed. In 2007, there were 68 confirmed attacks, including eight murders.
Watchdogs and African community leaders stress that these figures do not come close to the true extent of harassment. Official statistics don’t exist.
Prompted by the recent violence, Aniki was among the organizers of a press conference held June 11 to raise awareness of the growing problem with xenophobic and racist crimes, and to urge Ukraine’s current government to implement stronger measures against hate crimes.
Prominent members of Ukraine’s African community were joined by Anna German, Party of the Regions’ politician, and Walid Harfouch, a person of Lebanese heritage who is known in Ukraine’s entertainment industry. Also attending were a lawyer representing a hate crime victim in Dnepropetrovsk and a representative of the Ministry of the Interior.
“What is happening today in Ukraine could be received as completely unexpected, a turning point,” said Dr. John George Manuwuike, the chairman of the Ukrainian chapter of the Nigerians In Diaspora Organization Europe (NIDOE).
“We decided nevertheless to bring this question to the attention of the international community, so that today, the current Ukrainian administration takes strong measures to prevent the further development of this and extirpate racism in Ukraine as a social phenomena.”
Members of Ukraine’s African community said that the police seem apathetic to their cause and are often racist themselves.
“Attacks against Africans have been going on since I came to Ukraine,” said Charles Asante Yeboa, a citizen of Ghana who has been living in Kyiv for more than eight years.
Yeboa, the president of Kyiv’s African Center, said the center now records no less than three “incidents” a day.
But before incidents were “sporadic, not regular,” and mostly perpetrated by police, he said, who would demand documents and accuse a person of not having them in order to get a bribe.
After the Orange Revolution, Yeboa said, there was a period of calm in attacks, but then the nature of the attacks changed. “It’s no longer by the police, this time it’s by so called hooligans,” he said.
Recent fatal victims include Baie Olubaiode, in his 40s, a handicapped Nigerian citizen who worked at Shuliavka market, and Atunga Luwila, 47, an asylum seeker from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Olubaiode was found dead with 10 knife wounds to his neck and stomach on May 29 in Kyiv’s Solmianskyi district. Watchdogs said the suspects are two young men, but so far no one has been charged for the murder. Reports also indicate that there were witnesses but nobody helped him.
Luwila, who had been on his way to work, was found dead lying face down on Harmantnaya street, near the Bolshevik shopping complex on the morning of June 9. He was found by a co worker around 8:40 a.m. Witnesses reported seeing bruises to the victim’s face and apparent severe head trauma. Police behavior at the scene alarmed witnesses and provoked rumors that they were hiding something.
According to members of Ukraine’s African community who arrived at the crime scene, police prohibited anyone from taking photographs of the body and told them the cause of death was most likely an epileptic seizure, which caused the victim to fall and hit his head on a metal pole nearby. The investigation is ongoing.
Watchdogs are also frustrated by what they see as inaction by Ukraine’s government.
While they are doing “better” at fighting racially motivated violence and pursuing cases where they weren’t before, said Jeffrey Labovitz, chief of mission for the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the slowness to change was perhaps due to “naivete.” The threat was so new that government authorities didn’t know how to react, but nonetheless, he doesn’t understand the hesitancy to change.
“First, they said there was no racism, then they said they were hooligans, then they accepted that maybe there are some aspects of racism, but they were very isolated cases,” Yeboa said.
“Then, they say ‘OK, there are skinheads, about 500, who are committing these acts.’ Skinheads cannot be hooligans in the first place,” he added.
Hate crimes are on the rise across Ukraine’s major cities, affecting business leaders, athletes, students and immigrants alike.
Last year for the first time, even women reported being attacked, said Labovitz.
IOM is one of several NGOs who collected comprehensive records of all attacks that occurred within the last three years.
Their records show the wide range of harassment and violent behavior ethnic minorities have been subject to over the last three years.
On Jan. 31 of this year, for example, a Libyan citizen was kidnapped, beaten and robbed after hailing a taxi. He ws driven to the city outskirts where a group of men beat him and stole his documents.
On Feb. 12, also this year, the black wife of an American diplomat reported being verbally harassed and threatened by a single Ukrainian male for several minutes at a local park, while walking with her young child at around 9 a.m.
The incident that most struck him, Labovitz said, was the death of 18 year old Joseph Bunto, a Congolese asylum seeker who was stabbed 18 times on Jan. 27 after running down to a local store to buy water.
The violence, experts say, is being perpetrated by a small, but organized skinhead subculture that has taken root in Ukraine’s major urban centers, particularly in cities with large foreign student populations, such as Kyiv, Kharkiv, Uzhhorod, Odesa and Vinnitsya.
Africans are particularly targeted in racist attacks, but Arabs, Asians, and Jews are also targeted.
The worst problem appears to be in Kyiv, where police and human rights organizations have counted 500 skinheads and where there is the highest record of racially motivated attacks. Watchdogs and Ukraine’s government estimate that there is a total of between 1,500 and 2,000 skinheads across Ukraine.
“Previously, you could find a lot of Africans on Khreshatyk, near the central post office, now it’s a forbidden place for Africans. This is going on in different regions of Kyiv,” Aniki said.
Ukraine’s skinheads lack telltale signs of their ideology, such as the shaved heads and patent leather black boots. “Today there are none of these signs, this means that they are among us, maybe they live on our streets, at the same entrance, on the same floor as us, they could be our neighbors, or at our place of work. So we are the only ones who can protect ourselves,” said Aniki.
Videos found on the Internet by watchdogs show groups of young men in everyday clothing, sneaking up on unsuspecting victims, beating them up in front of the camera and burning their documents. Watchdogs said the videos, which have since been taken off the Internet, were found on Ukrainian and Russian extremist Web sites.
“We believe they are an organized body because of the meticulous way in which they perpetrate these atrocities,” said Yeboa. “It’s coordinated, or specially planned, to either intimidate, attack, kill, or whatever, foreigners, especially Africans.”
On Jan. 10, Yeboa himself was attacked while walking by a group of about 15 men, aged 16 to about 30 years old, and armed with a knife, iron bars and bottles.
“They were saying ‘let’s cut his head.’ I had to hold the guy who had the knife, and the knife entered my ear here, it cut here, and entered here deep,” Yeboa said, gesturing to his eye and different parts of his face.
“It was in the last minute, when I was holding the person who had the knife … and all of a sudden, a private minivan came around. He came to stop there and as he stopped, the light fell on them (the attackers) and they all ran away.”
Yeboa said his attackers were caught and arrested, but as of today, they still haven’t been prosecuted.
Media fueling the fire
Ukraine’s media is also accused of feeding into the extremist groups’ cause by spreading one sided and negative reporting of the nation’s immigrants and foreigners.
Yeboa was disturbed by an article in Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper about Joseph Bunto’s Jan.27 murder.
“Instead of going straight to the point, the media … wrote under that ‘he is a refugee and claims to be living on 40 or 50 dollars a month, trying to divert the whole incident, trying to create the impression that he was involved in some illegal activities and maybe he was killed because of that.” Yeboa said.
“Presidential administration was surrounded by Negroes,” was the title of another article that shocked watchdogs, about an anti racism rally in Kyiv last year. The article was published by UNIAN, Ukraine’s main information service.
On June 13, another popular Ukrainian newspaper, Zerkalo Tyzhden, wrote a sensationalist report titled “Kyiv: a paradise for illegals?”
“It appears that if a unified state body for migrant issues doesn’t start working soon in Ukraine, and doesn’t implement a law about migration services, government authorities will have to shift the center of permanent language discussion from the Slavic group, to Turkic, Semitic or other languages,” journalist Inna Vedernikova wrote.
The article goes on to provide statistics about the sharp rise in crimes committed by “foreigners,” later referring to the problem in terms of “foreigners” and “illegal migrants” without clearly distinction between the two.
It cites Kyiv’s city prosecutor, Yevgenyi Blazhivskiy, saying that “the amount of unaccounted (unregistered) immigrants has exceeded 1 million.”
However, according to IOM’s Labovitz, “any figures claiming to show the number of illegal immigrants in Ukraine are inaccurate, as there has been no research or way to track numbers.”
NGOs filling the gap
Prominent international NGOs have stepped in to fill what they call Ukraine’s “pronounced lack of statistics on hate crimes.”
“There are very few consistent or well publicized statistics collected by government agencies,” cited a report by an IOM supported initiative. “Nor do the various government bureaus separately responsible for what might be classified at (sic) hate crimes — i.e. the Ministry of Interior, the State Security Service and the General Prosecutor – coordinate their activities in a meaningful way.”
Experts say there has been a lack of monitoring beyond Kyiv. That will be changing, as local and international NGOs step up efforts over the next year to combat xenophobia and racism through monitoring and awareness campaigns.
At the beginning of 2007, IOM teamed up with United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, and Amnesty International and other NGOs and organizations to create the Diversity Initiative, a comprehensive project that aims to foster awareness and communicate ideas on how to fight xenophobia and racism in Ukraine.
The initiative, with cooperation from over 30 organizations, is broken into three main subgroups, legal, government, and civic, each organized to fund projects aimed at spreading awareness and making progress in their respective spheres.
Kyiv based Center for Civil Liberties initiated the first countrywide monitoring program this May and hopes to publish their results by the end of the year.
Labovitz and other watchdogs say the fight against racism and xenophobia in Ukraine is missing an important component, which is an information campaign at schools and within broader society to educate Ukrainians on diversity and other cultures.
Despite 16 years of independence, Ukraine remains a highly insulated, homogenous society, and its citizens lack exposure to other cultures and ways of life, particularly to different ethnicities.
Tarnishing Ukraine’s image
The rise in hate crimes and the Ukrainian government’s slowness to punish the perpetrators of the violence, threatens to tarnish Ukraine’s international reputation at a critical time.
Ukraine’s politicians are striving to bring the country down a path towards European Union integration and NATO accession, as well as attract investment before the UEFA 2012 football championships.
“Regarding what Ukraine’s government aims to achieve today, I would say the president’s party, in the area of democratization of society compared to other post Soviet countries is quite laudable,” NIDOE’s Manuwuike said. “But at the same time, what we’re discussing today is a big negative on the reputation that Ukraine is building in front of the world, at home.”
A study published this past January by the Kennan Institute, a U.S. based think tank associated with the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, found that Kyiv has become a leading destination for transnational migrants from Asian, African and some Middle Eastern countries.
Most of Ukraine’s migrants come from China, Vietnam, Pakistan, India and Afghanistan, as well as African countries, particularly Nigeria, Angola, Somalia and the DRC, as well as Indonesia and Iran.
Asian and African migrants typically participate in retail trade and services.
“By overcoming deep rooted prejudices against migrants,” Ukraine “will be able to find the human resources required to grow and prosper in a global marketplace,” the report stressed.
Despite setbacks, watchdogs see signs of improvement. The government recently started using its problematic hate crimes law, Article 161, to prosecute in some cases. The law, which has existed since Soviet times, has been used only four times in history, three of which occurred just this past April and May for hate crimes that have taken place over the last three years.
They are the first cases of hate crimes convictions in Ukraine for direct violence against individuals.
It is uncertain what the punishments in each case will be, but watchdogs see it as a definite step in the right direction.
|January 28th, 2014||#8|
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Rada Re-Criminalizes Public Denial Or Justification Of Crimes Of Fascism
The parliament has re-introduced criminal and administrative punishment for public denial or justification of the crimes of fascism.
The relevant draft law (No. 4038) was approved by 257 votes; only 226 votes were required for its approval.
This draft law was put to the vote without a debate as part of a package including the draft laws Nos. 4030, 4037, and 4039.
The law adds Article 436-1 (public denial or justification of the crimes of fascism, promotion of neo-Nazi ideology, and production and (or) distribution of materials justifying fascist crimes and their supporters) to the Penal Code.
The law introduces a fine of 500-1,000 minimum nontaxable incomes, restraint of liberty for up to two years, or imprisonment for the same period for public denial or justification of fascism's crimes against humanity during the Second World War, particularly the crimes of the Waffen SS organization, its subordinate structures, and people who fought against the anti-Hitler coalition and collaborated with Nazi occupiers, as well as promotion of neo-Nazi ideology, and manufacturing and/or dissemination of materials justifying the crimes of fascists and their supporters.
The aim of the document is to protect the historical memory of the events that took place during the Great Patriotic War and prevent manifestations of neo-fascism in Ukraine.
The authors of the draft law are parliamentary deputies Petro Symonenko and Ihor Alekseev (both members of the Communist Party faction).
As Ukrainian News earlier reported, the Verkhovna Rada introduced criminal and administrative responsibility for public denial or justification of the crimes of fascism on January 16.
In December 2011, Parliamentary Deputy Volodymyr Matveev of the Communist Party proposed that the parliament criminalize the importation, manufacture, and distribution of products promoting Nazism and fascism (the draft law No. 9559).
The draft law No. 9559 has not yet been considered, but the Parliamentary Committee on Legislative Support for Law Enforcement has recommended that the parliament reject the draft law.
Prime Minister Mykola Azarov opposes revision of the historical assessment of the Great Patriotic War.
|March 27th, 2014||#11|
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West’s antiquated unipolar world collides with the East’s vision of a multipolar future.
In Reuters’ 2007 article, “Putin says Russia threatened by ‘Unipolar World’,” Russian President Vladimir Putin stated:
“Some people are constantly insisting on the necessity to divide up our country and are trying to spread this theory.”
Reuters would also quote President Putin as saying:
“There are those who would like to build a unipolar world, who would themselves like to rule all of humanity.”
While Reuters then attempted to spin the comments as Russian paranoia, in the wake of recent events in Ukraine, the timelessness and accuracy of President Putin’s assessment years ago are apparent.
Setting the Board
For years the West has been cultivating a proxy political machine inside of Ukraine for the purpose of peeling the nation away from its historical and socioeconomic ties to Russia. The deep relationship between Western corporate-financier interests on Wall Street and in London and the opposition in Ukraine are best summarized in PR Weeks “Analysis: PR gets trodden underfoot as sands shift in Ukraine.” In the article, the involvement of some of the most notorious corporate lobbying firms on Earth, including Bell Pottinger and the Podesta Group, are revealed to have been involved in Ukraine’s internal affairs since the so-called “Orange Revolution” in 2004 – a coup admittedly orchestrated by the West and in particular the US government.
The article chronicles (and defends) the continuing, unabated meddling of the West up to and including the most recent turmoil consuming Ukraine.
PR Week’s article revealed that heavily funded networks propping up the proxy regime in Kiev are sponsored by “individuals and private companies who support stronger EU-Ukraine relations.” It is these Western corporate-financier interests, not Ukrainian aspirations for “democracy” and “freedom,” that kicked off the “Euromaidan” mobs in the first place – and will be the driving force that misshapes and deforms the regions of western Ukraine now overrun by the West’s proxies.
To the east in Ukraine, people are prominently pro-Russian, sharing closer cultural, linguistic, and socioeconomic ties to Russia as well as long historical parallels. They have welcomed moves by Russia to counter the coup in Kiev and protect eastern Ukraine from the corrosive influence that will grow as the West further entrenches itself.
A democratic referendum held on the Crimea peninsula overwhelmingly chose independence from the fascist regime in Kiev, separating from the now dysfunctional and downward spiraling western region and beginning the process of formally joining the Russia Federation. This resulting lay of Ukraine will be a proving ground where in the West, Wall Street and London’s unipolar order, will face off against the East and Russia’s vision of a multipolar order. The predictable outcome of financial and social ruination in the West, versus a stable status quo in the East will vindicate the growing perceptions held regarding both.
The Predictable Fate of Western Ukraine Already Unfolding
With the vacant chair of deposed Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych still warm, the tentacles of Western corporate-financier interests have already wound themselves around Kiev and have begun to squeeze.
Chevron, which had signed a multi-billion dollar deal with Ukraine in November, 2013, was operating in the west of Ukraine, and alongside other Western energy giants such as ExxonMobil and Shell. The deals were part of President Yanukovych’s apparent gravitation toward the West and impending integration with the EU which was then suddenly overturned in favor with re-cementing ties with Russia. Western oil giants clearly saw the benefit of backing a putsch that would leave the western half firmly in the orbit of the US, UK, and EU. They can not only continue their business on the western edge of Ukraine, but expand their interests unabated across the country now that a capitulating, puppet regime sits in Kiev.
While Western big-oil plans to move in and siphon billions, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is already planning deep cuts in social benefits as part of a staggering austerity regime to restructure financially the seized western region of Ukraine, and if possible, all of Ukraine proper.
RT reported in its article, “Pensions in Ukraine to be halved – sequestration draft,” that:
The self-proclaimed government in Kiev is reportedly planning to cut pensions by 50 percent as part of unprecedented austerity measures to save Ukraine from default. With an “empty treasury”, reduction of payments might take place in March.
According to the draft document obtained by Kommersant-Ukraine, social payments will be the first to be reduced.
The proxy regime set up in Kiev has already indicated its eager acceptance to all IMF conditions. The fate of western Ukraine will be no different than other members of the European Union preyed upon by the corporate-financier interests that created the supranational consolidation in the first place. The reduction of a multipolar Europe into a unipolar, supranational consolidation which can be easily and collectively looted is a microcosm of what the West’s Fortune 500 plan as part of their global unipolar order.
The natural resources, human capital, and geopolitical advantages found within the borders of Ukraine, will now become the natural resources, human capital, and geopolitical advantages of Chevron, BP, Monsanto, a myriad of defense contractors, telecom corporations, and other familiar brands seen marauding across the planet leaving in its wake destitution, socioeconomic disparity, and perpetual division they intentionally sow in order to protect their holdings from any form of unified or organized opposition.
No matter how obvious the West’s game may be to some, had Ukraine fallen entirely under the control of Western interests, a multitude of excuses could and would have been peddled to explain the unraveling of Ukrainian society in terms that would exonerate the corporate-financier interests truly driving the crisis. But Ukraine has not entirely fallen to the West, and because of that, the planned decimation of western Ukraine, its economy, and its sovereignty will stand out in stark contrast to the eastern region that has remained beyond the West’s reach and within the orbit of Russia’s multipolar vision of the future.
The East’s Chance to Showcase a Multipolar Future
The West has made an entire industry out of “democracy promoting,” or in other words, the facade and insidious geopolitical mechanics behind it, it spreads its hegemony across the globe with. It has ingrained its superficial and ultimately disingenuous definitions of “elections,” “democracy,” and “freedom” into the minds of millions through political movements, mass media, and entertainment. However, this facade in recent years has suffered many setbacks as its opponents poke holes through it and reveals what lies beneath more clearly.
What must be done next is the introduction of a new set of principles by which the global population can embrace – that of a multipolar world order where power is balanced, national sovereignty reigns, and international institutions mediate, not dictate, the interactions and conduct between nation-states.
Unlike the West’s unipolar order which depends on the massive and perpetual manipulation of public perception to maintain itself, a multipolar world must be promoted through transparent, demonstrated examples. Russia’s evolving relationship with Ukraine, particularly in the midst of the recent turmoil in Kiev, will help demonstrate both the folly of dealing with the West and its global supranational consolidation and the benefits of maintaining traditional, sovereign bi-lateral relations with other states.
Already, Russia has exhibited crucial differences in its foreign policy – its stationing of troops in Ukraine already covered under long-standing treaties and their mission clearly provoked by documented extremists admitted even across the Western press as being armed and promoting universally unacceptable and dangerous ideologies rooted in racism, bigotry, and genocide.
While the West eagerly traverses the globe thousands of miles from its borders, under patently false, fabricated pretenses (such as in Iraq) to execute military force against nations that posed it no conceivable threat and in hindsight its motives being clearly self-serving, Russia has waited perhaps too long to act directly along its own borders against clear and present dangers being fomented overtly by foreign interests openly seeking to encircle and overrun Russia itself.
This difference in foreign policy and indeed in the vision the West and East hold for the future – one of unipolar global domination and the other of multipolar coexistence – will be tested in Ukraine in front of the world. While the West has little choice but to continue along its long-established trajectory toward confrontation and exploitation, Russia and its growing list of allies has an opportunity to offer an alternative, not only to solve its own problems along its border – but for other nations as well chaffing under the growing disparity created by the West’s antiquated paradigm.
|April 2nd, 2014||#12|
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VIDEO. Ukrainian deposed president "can not accept" the loss of Crimea
Ukraine's ousted president said Wednesday no " to accept " the annexation of Crimea to Russia , blaming this loss on the new authorities in Kiev. " What, as president , should I take when the country collapses ? " Has he said , responding to a question about his position on the annexation of Crimea to Russia , considered by Westerners as an outright annexation. " If this had happened when I was in power, I would have tried to prevent it ," said he added during the interview, broadcast on cable television channel and satellite dojd .
Taking care not to condemn Moscow, Bakiyev made the new pro-European Kiev authorities responsible for the loss of the peninsula. "This is their radical position on the Russian language, covering territories where Russian-speaking people live " , which caused discontent among Russian-speaking Crimea continued Viktor Yanukovych. "Attempts to dictate to the people how they should live have resulted in what they are protesting ," he has said.
"This is a striking example , when the population of an important region holds a referendum on the bottom of protest and separates fact from Ukraine. Personally, I can not accept this," he renchéri .
Since the end of February overthrow President Viktor Yanukovych and the arrival of a pro-European power in Kiev , serious tensions have emerged in Russian-speaking regions in the east and southeast of the country.
After a referendum in less than two weeks in Crimea , Moscow proceeded to attachment of this territory to Russia last month.
WATCH the interview with Viktor Yanukovych:
|June 11th, 2014||#13|
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"French" Foreign Minister: Ukraine not welcome either at EU or NATO
(Cue the owners of Jewkraine rewriting the Constitution, even more IMF "loans" and so on)
Jewish Foreign Minister of France, Laurent Fabius told reporters that most European countries are not yet ready to see Ukraine as a member of the European Union, despite pro-European aspirations of President Poroshenko.
"When I talk to my European colleagues, I come to conclusion that the idea of Ukraine's accession to the EU does not find support with most of them. It's obvious," the minister said, ITAR-TASS reports.
According to the minister, Poroshneko's inaugural speech was "clearly pro-European" in nature. Perhaps, it was even more pro-European "than the EU would like it to be," he said.
According to Fabius, none of his "Western colleagues wants Ukraine to join NATO either." "Even the Americans do not want that," he believes.
Fabius also confirmed that France did not intend to violate the contract for the delivery of two Mistral ships to Russia. "The deal was signed back in 2011; the first ship is ready," said the French minister.
Interestingly, the so-called "revolution of dignity" in Ukraine, which, in fact, turned out to be the triumph of oligarchy and fascism, had European integration as one of its main tasks.
|June 18th, 2014||#14|
Bread and Circuses
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Why both the left and right have got it wrong on Ukraine – Žižek
There's a historical irony in watching Ukrainians tearing down Lenin’s statues as a sign of their will to break with Soviet domination
|June 22nd, 2014||#15|
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Ukraine: Zionist America’s New Jewish Colony
|December 29th, 2014||#16|
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|December 30th, 2014||#17|
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The decision was supported by 233 deputies out of 329 registered in the session hall, according to an UNIAN correspondent.
The vote was highly important for the financially crippled state, as it could unlock further much-needed funding from the country’s international creditors.
The vote came at 0424 in the morning after hours of debates and delays. Some MPs were pictured dozing at their desks.
When the vote finally came, the breakdown was: the Bloc of Petro Poroshenko 120 votes, the Popular Front 81 votes, the Samopomich Party 10 votes, the Radical Party 17 votes, independent MPs 5 votes, and the Opposition Bloc, the Batkivshyna Party, Volia and Economic Development factions zero votes each.
The budget for 2015 is calculated from the forecast of the economic decline of 4.3% with an inflation rate of 13%.
Budget revenues are reckoned at UAH 475.240 billion, the expenses amount to UAH 527.194 billion and the budget deficit amounts to UAH 63.670 billion.
On Sunday night, at the beginning of the lengthy Rada sitting, the Verkhovna Rada also adopted a package of bills needed to prop up the revenues side of the budget.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk, while presenting the budget said, that the document would be revised - depending on agreements reached later with creditors.
The first such review will take place no later than February 15, 2015, he said.
"The Ukrainian budget has allocated UAH 90 billion for security and defense, about UAH 6 billion of which will be state guarantees for the state concern Ukroboronprom for the purchase and production of weapons," Yatseniuk said.