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Petitions to Sign: Mass Burning of Odessa Citizens by Ukraine Nazis

“Don’t take him to western Ukraine; take him instead to Odessa, a nice city, great place to raise a family.” Everything is Illuminated – book and movie

On May 2, 2014, the scum from the western ukraine nazi right sector, which was openly applauded and aided by the governments of the US, UK, Canada, Germany, Poland, Lithuania and EU, burned alive a large number of citizens of Odessa, including 16-year-olds and middle-aged women!

As some of you know, I grew up in Odessa, a beautiful city on the Black Sea, peaceful resort and nice place to raise your family. I have great memories of my childhood and of the lovely square called Kulikovo Polie, where I used to take many strolls as a child. I have awesome memories of one of the most beautiful streets in Odessa, the city’s pride and joy, Pushkinskaya, on which the great Russian poet Alexander Pushkin used to live. Read my nostalgic posts about Odessa with lots of great pics. I wrote these upbeat, positive posts last year, well before the events in Ukraine. However, you will notice that even then I didn’t say Odessa was a part of Ukraine. It wasn’t historically; it never felt like a part of Ukraine when I grew up there; and after what happened, it won’t be for long! Read the rest of this entry

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UN Petition to Stop Bloodshed in Ukraine by Engaging Russian Peacekeepers

Совет Безопасности ООН: Ввести миротворческие войска России на Юго-Восток Украины. 

Почему это важно

Это важно потому что иначе будет бойня! Надо дать народу право на самоопределение!

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I just signed the above petition to the UN Security Council. Translation from Russian: “Engage Russian Peacekeeprs in the South-East of Ukraine. Why is this important? This is important because otherwise there will be war. We must give the people the right to self-determination.”

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From Lada: As some of you may know from my articles and from other sources, a nationalist junta has violently seized power in Kiev, Ukraine, ousting and driving out of the country Ukraine’s legitimate president (whatever criticisms we have of Yanukovich, he was democratically elected). With direct support of the US and EU, the unelected government has been installed, which relies on armed nazi and ultra-nationalist thugs to keep it in power. The junta immediately announced Russian language a foreign langauge, cancelled all Russian channels and even threatened with physical extermination the Russian population of the south and east of the country. The east and south of what is still Ukraine are of course historic Russian lands, which were attached to Ukraine by various Soviet leaders for various political and personal reasons – a move that proved to be a long-term disaster, which stranded millions of Russians on their own land as undesirable and unappreciated guests under oppressive Kiev regime. I wrote about all that in my articles about Ukraine and Russia. Please check them for more info. You may want to read these articles:

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