They want Interior Minister Avakov removed for killing the Internationally-wanted Aleksandr Muzychko, also known as Sashko Bilyi.
I guess their protests against the government tomorrow could be more helpful to possible Russian troop movements going into the weekend.
Who are the leaders of this Ukrainian “revolution”?
In Poland, we knew who they were: Walesa and the other members of Solidarity....In Czechoslovakia, they had Havel.
It takes a central figure who can unite the people to make for a successful revolution, all I see in Ukraine is chaos. And it doesn’t take Russian propaganda to see that.
I thought the pro-Bandera’s here on FR told us that the “violent Right Sector” was just a creation of Russian Propaganda?
Cool, maybe we'll get another new Ukrainian coup government by democratic riot.
this is why I don’t think Ukraine, or its people, has a hope. They are statist orphans who fell off the dying Soviet Union, but have no clue about self-governance or true independence.
would not 1500 men who are angry at Russians better achieve their goals by thinking of ways to go to Crimea to attack Russians - instead of attacking their own parliament?
The entire country is little more than fractious mobs.
They ran the government out of town.
Is this Svoboda, or are they linked?
Ukraine is a deadbeat country full whiners. They complain about Russia even though they were basically getting free gas. Now they will try to steal as much as they can from the IMF, after reneging on an earlier IMF deal.
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