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UKRAINE Druzhkivka "Life after DNI "We were ready, but did not know how to resist invaders" VIDEO
censor.net ^ | 20.07.14 22:10

Posted on 07/20/2014 1:14:51 PM PDT by UMCRevMom@aol.com

"Life After" DNR ". Druzhkivka": "We were ready, but did not know how to resist these invaders." VIDEO Journalists continue to shoot stories about life in the liberated towns from militants Donbass. At this time the story is devoted to the village Druzhkivka.

"While here refueled deenerovtsy I called five times to the hotline of the Cabinet, for example, to report about the abduction of ambulances. But after each complaint came to me deenerovtsy themselves. I really do not know, who can simply transferred complaint from Kiev to the local business the police, that she has informed on the separatists, but it is very important to restore confidence. We were ready, but did not know how to confront these invaders "- says the doctor, the head of the trade union Druzhkovskaya hospitals, representative of the Ukrainian city Michael asset Samorodov transmits Tsenzor.NET with reference to hromadske.tv.

Gunmen escaped with 20 kilometers from Kramatorsk Druzhkivka after Slavonic. In sixty thousand Druzhkovka and neighboring Kostyantynivka not been large-scale fighting. But it was there in the beginning of the armed conflict in May priest Paul Zhuchenko was murdered, which became one of the first victims deenerovtsev.

Local willingly tell reporters about life behind the "DNR": how passersby were taken to dig sandbags on military commandant without name, whose orders fulfilled and the local police about how entrepreneurs paid money to come out of the captivity, as the apartments were looked for pro-Ukrainian-minded people.

"When it all began in a lot of people were intimidated" the right sector, "Bandera, Maidan. The "referendum" not to secede from Ukraine and to prove that "all on knees voted no. "Today, a lot of work all levels of society and government, to convince those who confused "- explains the therapist Olga Babakina.

"We these people do have to live on. We love Ukraine. We could not believe that in a free Druzhkovka could appear hateful anti-Ukrainian views. Still have a lot of work, but even if there is a large Ukrainian community, no public policy to settle all at once would be difficult. People continue scared afraid of "sweeps." Even now fear." "These events have shown how easy it is to get people to hate each other, although the same slogans " - picks up a local teacher. Once people saw the "fascists", "DNI" realized that it is necessary to search for support so started to say slogans like maydanovskim like "the fight against corruption and arrogance of police." They notably spoke out against local corruption punished those. Today, it is important that the authorities, who came to protect the people. Until now everything is agreed for the money, the law did not work. If the worker will see that the law is the same/equal for all, then people will realize that something has changed. "

More than two months, Ukrainian journalists could not operate in the city. People are going to the meeting to talk about the painful problems, analyzing why the neighbors went to the so-called "referendum", as well as how to live in the future and warn against the ability of local officials to quickly repainted from "orange" to "white-blue" and now in the "yellow-blue". Source: http://censor.net.ua/v294694


TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: terrorist; ukraine

1 posted on 07/20/2014 1:14:51 PM PDT by UMCRevMom@aol.com
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