Tragedy in Konstantinovka: Today the city of Konstantinovka in Donetsk region, which is presently under the Kiev junta occupation, buried the 8-year-old girl killed three days ago by the Kiev soldiers.
Two drunk Ukraine soldiers driving a heavy armored vehicle “Ural” ran over three people on city sidewalk. A young mother was walking with her two children: 5-month-old baby in a stroller and 8-year-old girl Polina. Polina died on the spot; the mother and the baby were taken to the hospital. Information about their condition is being blocked by Kiev.
On the footage below it is clearly visible that armored vehicle “Ural” ran over two tall posts located on the curb of the road and continued moving through the dirt separator, at least 3-4 meters in width, between the road and sidewalk, slamming into the unsuspecting people who had the misfortune to walk past. Both soldiers were so drunk, they could hardly stand on their feet. The driver, 23 (born 1991), is from Lvov – the city in western Ukraine, which is a hotbed of ukro-nazism. It has been reported that in their drunken stupor they decided to drag race on the busy road full of civilians and located in the city center. As angry crowd started gathering at the scene, the commander arrived almost immediately and whisked the two drunk soldiers away. The crowd started throwing rocks at the car as it sped away.
Later at night, angry citizens, who were demanding justice, burned tires and set on fire the army barracks, demanding Kiev troops leave the city and calling them occupiers. In response, Kiev gave order to shoot at the crowd and sent 300 ukro-nazis from the ‘right sector,’ who would have no qualms following this order.
This is the interview with a local Konstantinovka woman Olga, who knew the family of the killed girl Polina: Link.
Locals are saying that Kiev troops are always drunk and behave like German Nazis during WWII. They frequently run over old people, cars and plow into private houses on their armored vehicles. They also frequently shoot in the air at night when they are drunk or on drugs. Locals think of them as aggressors and can’t wait to be liberated by DNR. There is no way, says the woman, they could live in the same country with Ukrainians. It was possible last year, when Donbass was asking for autonomy, but not any more.
Olga said that in May 2014, during the Donbass independence referendum, she voted for DNR and against Kiev, and so did most of her compatriots. People of Donbass felt very hopeful at that time. They all hope to be back with Donetsk and DNR one day. Olga also said that everyone in Konstantinovka was angry at the killing of the little girl, but when people heard that Kiev gave order to shoot at the crowd, many were afraid to come out to protest and stayed home.
Still, as we’ll see from videos below, quite a few people did come out. Unfortunately, the next day arrests started. SBU and ukro-nazis dragged a large number of people off in the unknown direction. Arrests and intimidation continue. Video footage of the tragedy aftermath and riots:
ДТП в Константиновке. Траектория движения убийц. Movement Trajectory of Polina’s killers.
March 16, footage of the tragedy aftermath 18+ Константиновка. Разъяренные местные жители бьют оккупантов. Immediately after tragedy: Angry Konstantinovka citizens throwing rocks at Kiev occupiers
On a different note – Ukraine is disaster for retirees and young people alike. Economic collapse is visible: From the same interview with Olga from Konstantinovka near Donetsk, presently occupied by Kiev junta: retiree receives a monthly pension of 1200 grivnas and at the same time gets a monthly bill for communal charges (apartment building maintenance and utilities) for 2100 grivnas. People can’t wait to be liberated by DNR. Interview link.
The industrial city of Krivoy Rog, Dnepropetrovsk region – same kind of news: retiree receives a monthly pension of 1400 grivnas, while communal charges for the same period are 1500 grivnas. (Obviously food, medicine, transport and entertainment are superfluously extravagant luxuries – LR). People in Krivoy Rog are pro-Putin and anti-Poroshenko: interview link. The interviewed from Krivoi Rog adds that he has nothing to thank Ukraine for; it has done nothing for him. He says he attends correspondence college in the Russian city of Rostov, across the border. The Russian college he goes to guarantees employment and he is looking forward to moving for work to the Russian Federation as soon as he graduates. But Ukraine government has been blocking people from crossing the border with Russia. As a result, he’s been unable to get to his college for a year now and is on the verge of being kicked out.
Depending on the area in today’s Ukraine, prices, communal charges and cost of living rise by 20-50%+ every month, while salaries and pensions stay the same.
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