Picture of the day: Activists in Kiev

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Can you figure out, what is missing from this picture?

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Anonymous said...

The Anglo-American-Zionist global trouble-makers. Maiden Square looks remarkably clean and empty after all the February 22 carnage.

One war on all continents

Together - an Anti-imperialist short film 2014

Syrian film director Joseph Al-Ahmad has produced the video, displayed below, to signify that there is one and only war in Venezuela, Donbass and the Levant, perpetrated by one and only enemy: Anglo-American imperialism.

Israel Who is the Enemy? by Thierry Meyssan

Everyone has an opinion to explain the massacres committed by the State of Israel in Gaza. While in the 70s and 80s, it was seen as a demonstration of Anglo-Saxon imperialism, many interpret it today as a conflict between Jews and Arabs. Reviewing the long period of history - four centuries -, Thierry Meyssan, a consultant to several governments, analyzes the origins of Zionism, its true ambitions and determines who the enemy is...

Anonymous said...

Kiev Maidan Square on fire amid camp clearance 07 August, 2014

Maidan on fire again: Clashes, tires burnt as Kiev dismantles barricades

Euromaidan Activists Protesting Kiev’s Operation in Eastern Ukraine

The activists still occupying Kiev’s Independence Square are protesting the new Kiev authorities and the government’s military operation in eastern Ukraine, a Euromaidan representative said Friday.

“Why are factories and plants being closed? Why is the war underway? Nothing has changed under the new government; there is still no work and corruption is flourishing,” the representative said.

In general, the protests on Independence Square are peaceful. However, on Thursday, Kiev attempted to dismantle barricades on the square, triggering clashes between the activists and police. Euromaidan defenders were seen throwing projectiles at law enforcement officers and firemen in a bid to force them out of the square and setting tires ablaze in several places. At least four police officers were injured in the clashes.

Dozens of protestors are currently rebuilding the barricades that Kiev attempted to destroy.

Protesters occupied Maidan Nezalezhnosti, or Independence Square, on November 21, 2013, after Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers announced an about-turn on the signing of a European Union association agreement.

The so-called Euromaidan protests then spread across the country, resulting in violent armed clashes between radicals and the police, leading to about 100 deaths. Even after Ukraine underwent a regime change in February, a number of protesters refused to leave the square.

In mid-April, Kiev launched a military crackdown on independence supporters in eastern Ukraine. The conflict has claimed the lives of at least 1,367 people, according to the United Nations.

Anonymous said...

Odessa tragedy survivor: ‘Many people strangled after escaping the fire’

Radicals set the building with innocent people inside on fire in Odessa, then strangled the survivors and finished them with bats, while police did nothing to prevent the bloodshed. That’s the scary picture a survivor of the massacre told RT....

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