Skip to comments.RUSSIAN CONTROLLED CRIMEAN: Russian special services 'create conditions' so Tatars must leave Crimea
Posted on 04/20/2014 7:14:22 AM PDT by UMCRevMom@aol.com
In the circles of the FSB have thought about the deportation of the Crimean Tatars. On this, citing its own sources in the Russian special services, said a leader of the Crimean Tatar people Mustafa Public Jemilev studio.
"As we were told supporters deportation, or create conditions that will lead to the fact that the Crimean Tatars from the Crimea go - most', - he said.
Chauvinistic expression increased significantly and at the household level in the Crimea.
'For example, these so-called 'Kazak' pytayutsya ask: 'When will you go? After all, you will still be evicted. I would settle in your apartment'. This suggests good neighbors who went to each other's homes,"- said Jemilev .
The same situation in schools - children begin to attack the Crimean Tatars, especially if they speak their own language.
**NOTE: Mustafa Dzhemilev: At the age of 18, Dzhemilev and several of his activist friends established the Union of Young Crimean Tatars struggle for the recognition of the rights of Crimean Tatars to return to their homeland. Between 1966 and 1986, Dzhemilev was arrested six times for anti-Soviet activities and served time in Soviet prisons and labor camps, or lived under surveillance. Dzhemilev is also remembered for going on the longest hunger strike in the history of human rights movements. The hunger strike lasted for 303 days, but he survived due to forced feeding.
In May 1989, he was elected to head the newly founded Crimean Tatar National Movement. The same year he returned to Crimea with his family, a move that would be followed by the eventual return of 250,000 Tatars to their homeland. In October 1998, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees awarded Dzhemilev the Nansen Medal for his outstanding efforts and "his commitment to the right of return of the Crimean Tatars." In an interview Dzhemilev gave shortly after receiving the Nansen Medal, he emphasized that "when violent means are used, innocent people die, and no just cause can justify the taking of innocent lives." The Crimean Tatar National Movement has been marked by persistent reliance on non-violence. Ukrainian politics
During the Ukrainian parliamentary election, 1998 he was elected into the Ukrainian parliament on the Rukh list; in 2002, 2006 and 2007 he was re-elected as a member of Our Ukraine.
Interior Minister Yuriy Lutsenko stated in October 2009 that a grouping related to TALABAN and AL-QAEDA called "At-Takfir val-Hijra" had been preparing an ATTEMPT ON HIS LIFE: two members of the group were arrested.
Early November 2011 Dzhemilev had announced his retirement from politics. But during the 2012 parliamentary elections he joined the All-Ukrainian Union "Fatherland" election list and was re-elected to parliament. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mustafa_Dzhemilev)
Good. Who cares. It’s Russia and they want to be Russian.
Let’s worry about our own little tin plated dictator and pass the tartar sauce.
~Dzhemilev is also remembered for going on the longest hunger strike in the history of human rights movements. The hunger strike lasted for 303 days, but he survived due to forced feeding.~
LOL. These muzzies are so funny. I wonder how these journalists are ever have a nerve to call it a hunger strike, let alone the record-breaking.
I care about people that struggle for freedom everywhere:
No Man Is An Island
No man is an island,
Entire of itself,
Every man is a piece of the continent,
A part of the main.
If a clod be washed away by the sea,
Europe is the less.
As well as if a promontory were.
As well as if a manor of thy friend’s
Or of thine own were:
Any man’s death diminishes me,
Because I am involved in mankind,
And therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls;
It tolls for thee.
They’ll come here and get on welfare, like the Tsarnaevs.
What about the majority of Crimeans, who wanted to be free of Ukraine? They don’t count?
MONMOUTH: there is NO MAJORITY of Crimeans that want to be free.
Also, amazing status of refugees from Crimean to Ukraine!!!
Russians arrest those refusing Russian citizenship/passports
What about the majority of Ukrainians and Tartars who want to be free of Russia?
You need to go there and help them. Or be an American and worry about the dictatorship that is blooming under your nose.
My grandparents came from Italy. I could care less about those socialist b@st&rds over there. I am an American!!!