Skip to comments.Kiev Authorities Plan to Crack Down on Maidan Radicals - Source
Posted on 03/26/2014 12:08:22 AM PDT by tcrlaf
Ukraines interim Interior Minister Arsen Avakov has authorized the detention and questioning of the leaders of radical Right Sector party after receiving threats of retaliation for the killing of one of its notorious activists, a ministrys source said Tuesday.
The source said on condition of anonymity that Avakovs order includes a police sweep of Kiev's Independence Square, known as Maidan, which is still occupied by scores of ultranationalists.
Investigators from the ministry are already working at some of the tents on Maidan, the source said, adding that a crackdown on Maidan could start later tonight.
Ukrainian special forces have gunned down ultranationalist Olexander Muzychko, member of Right Sector an active participant in earlier opposition riots in Kiev, who assaulted staff at a state prosecutor's office in Rovno last month.
Muzychko, also known as Sashko Bilyi, has also been sought by Russia on suspicion of torturing and murdering at least 20 Russian servicemen in Chechnya in the early 2000s.
The useful idiots have served their purpose? A lot of people think these are the people behind the Maidan snipers, too.
“Night of the Long Knives” - Ukraine Style.
Well, when an internationally-wanted War Criminal who tortured and murdered prisoners-of-war is one of the primary faces of your revolution, you might just have an image problem.
Dude, we get it.
Anyone that doesn’t goose-step to your Banderist Nazi ideology is a “Putinista”, or a “bootlicker”, right?
What happened to your other ID, by the way? I’ve been able to link you to three, so far.
My father and four of my uncles killed Nazis -- sadly, they didn't get a chance to kill all the Bolshevists. The world would have been much better off without both.
Tovarich, we get it. You morons have been calling everyone who opposed Mother Russia one kind of "fascist" or another since the Spanish Civil War; unfortunately for you, American patriots aren't going to toe the line for the NeoSoviet® Empire.
The REAL Fascists just goosestepped their way into Crimea.
Yeah, a lot of people who buy the Putin line that the Maidan’s sniped their own. A former KGB COL is who you choose to believe.
I think what is telling is that the new ukraine government has been demanding that the people turn in their “illegal” weapons seized during the great unpleasantness of a few weeks ago. The country is facing invasion and are more concerned about disarming their citizenry?
Welcome to the new boss, same as the old boss.
Our Putinistas prefer to believe Putin over all others, which makes you wonder who side they were on when Putin opposed Reagan, Thatcher, Poland’s Solidarity trade union, and the Pope. I’m pretty sure then they were Putinistas as well. They’re as in love with him as the Obamarobots and pro-Casto left who justify for them. They’re not truly in favor of freedom.
I have been thinking the same. The Ukrainian people will get no freedom either way.
which makes you wonder who side they were on when Putin opposed Reagan, Thatcher, Polands Solidarity trade union, and the Pope....Putin was a teenager back then. I don’t think he had much to do with Reagan and those other significant figures.
Are you a Math Major? In 1989, when the Berlin Wall fell, Putin was 37 years old. He was a KGB Lt Col working in what was then named Eastern German in Dresden. I’m pretty sure he wasn’t working to spread freedom.
Are you a Math Major? In 1989, when the Berlin Wall fell, Putin was 37 years old. He was a KGB Lt Col working in what was then named Eastern Germany in Dresden. I’m pretty sure he wasn’t working to spread freedom.
How Putin came to power:
The problem is, authority has largely crumbled, and armed gangs are roaming the streets, robbing, etc. (This from elenafilatova.com — see full link below.) The gov’t would probably be best off organizing citizen militias under the auspices of the military, but I doubt the gov’t has its act together well enough to do this.
Oh, I know all that. I just don’t believe Putin had much to do with Regan, as your post posits. There was an interesting picture of Putin meeting with Regan, of course, when he was a fresh faced kid. I also met Ike once, but never had much to do with him.
Putin wasn’t running the USSR, correct. He was working for their secret police force, not a teenager, a grown man. He worked for those who killed tens of millions of people throughout the USSR. He espoused communism and would have had to have been ideologically committed to communism, not a teenager without a choice in his life. As such, as KGB communist, he was the opposite of Reagan, Thatcher, Lech WaÅÄsa, and the Pope. He has never been an admirer of any conservatives and says the worst thing that happened in the 20th Century was the collapse of the USSR.
So you’re here again posting, slandering a bunch of people that were fighting for their own freedom, and supporting a NeoSoviet Russia that just attacked a sovereign nation.
Why is that? How can you support a country that is militarily attacking and killing free people and taking them over?
Has Putin ever pooted while you had your nose up his rearinski?
Nazis and communists are both opposed to freedom. I would caution against falling for recent attempts to breathe life into this false dichotomy.
In other words, it’s not nazism against communism.
It’s the nazi-communist contingency against freedom.
Yup. I wasn’t that old and don’t think old Vlad was a lot older than me. But what do I know? The kid at the bottom is now Generalissimo of the Crimea because he opposed Reagan, Thatcher, etc?