Monday, March 10, 2014

USA invades Ukraine

US paramilitary troops (Academi, former Blackwater) have been seen and filmed occupying the city of Donetsk, one of several in Eastern Ukraine which have risen up against the new Nazi government of Kiev.

The soldiers carry no ensign but use US style uniforms, and behave as occupying troops, being identified as "Blackwater" by onlookers (Academi has not commented on the accusations). They are most likely US mercenaries according to the Daily Mail:

After the Nazi coup in Kiev, the new government gave the Eastern provinces to oligarchs as if they were conquered territories to be administered by feudal lords. Most of them (at the very least Kharkov, Donetsk and Zaporizhia) have experienced popular uprisings against the Nazi authorities imposed with the help of NATO and Israel. 

All this is not just the concern of Ukraine and Russia but actually has a potentially devastating effect in all Europe. And I'm not talking of the possibility of open war but of the most worrisome development of the imposition of a Nazi government in any European state: today it is Ukraine but tomorrow it may be your own. 

If this experiment works, if Europeans do not rise up against Fascism in Ukraine now, then we face a similarly horrible future in the rest of the continent. There's only one thing to do versus fascism: to oppose it actively by all means. Otherwise we will suffer the consequences. 

Update: Russia Today informs that the incident happened on February 5th in the context of a requested "safe evacuation" of the imposed Nazi-oligarchic new authorities, rejected by the vast majority of the locals who were besieging the local government building.

They also mention a fascist shock attack against demonstrators in Kharkov, the second largest city of Ukraine, demanding a similar referendum as the one to be held in Crimea this week with the options of joining Russia or establishing relations with Kiev on equal footing.

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