A Russian Citizen who Fought in the Ranks of the Azov Battalion Found With a Slit Throat in Vinnytsia

Karma caught up with him…

Out of the endless necrologues of Ukraine. 36 year old Maksim Trikoza aka “Voidan” was found with knife wounds near the place he lived in Vinnytsia. He was a Russian citizen, who considered himself ethnic Ukrainian, and joined the ranks of Azov after the war broke out in the Donbass. 213495_800.jpg

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Attacks on Jews in Uman

The other day, a pogrom on the Jewish community of Uman happened, four people ended in hospital.

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On Friday in Uman a group of local hooligans, around 30 people, attacked the Jews near the grave of Rebbe Nachman and beat them up. As a result of the pogrom 4 Jews ended up in hospital. The witnesses say the hooligans were armed with sticks and knives. Because of many incidents and the inaction of the police, the Jews in Uman began organising a special defence group to protect themselves from hooligans.

The fight broke out after a small altercation between one Ukrainian and the Jews, after which he called his friends to beat up the Jews.

This is not the first time something like this has happened.

In 2016, two hooligans began spraying blood in the tomb of Rebbe Nachman, and dropped a pig’s head with a swastika etched into it. And there was also a grenade attack on the tomb.

Another Out-of-the-closet Banderophile From the Russian Opposition Discovered

My friend sent me the following screenshot. Looks like many Russian liberals openly embrace Stepan Bandera, and the regime in Ukraine. After Ruslan Shaveddinov and Ilya Novikov, here comes Kirill Naumov.

Kirill Naumov: Volunteer of the Navalny Team, European, Orthodox Russian Nationalist, Democrat and Banderovite

There is another, even more curios text on his photo, it says in Ukrainian: “Hands off from volunteers and soldiers.” It is likely one of those campaigns that seeks impunity for Ukrainian myrmidons that fought in the East of the country. You see, many of them have PTSD and other psychological problems, and they get caught for serious crimes like robberies and murder. There exists a group of people that thinks this constitute a campaign of persecution against patriotic defenders of the motherland.

I understand some Ukrainian villager from Lvov or Cherkasy may feel strongly about this but that a Russian would put this into his profile picture suggests mental illness.

Here is the fool’s Facebook profile