From Mark Ames’ Twitter
From Mark Ames’ Twitter
He says Ukraine should accept any version the West comes up with…
As you probably may have heard, an ally of Alexey Navalny, Ruslan Shaveddinov, was grabbed by the military, accused of dodging the draft, and sent over to Novaya Zemlya, an island in the Arctic to do his service…
And here is why I don’t give a fuck. Ruslan is a supporter of violent neonazis in Ukraine…
I have found his tweets:
In the wake of Russian intervention in Crimea, the Russian pro-Western opposition organised a confused and cringy protest in support of the nationalist regime in Kiev.
In fact only marginals in Moscow supported the Kiev regime…
“Glory to Ukraine!” is a nazi slogan. I have covered this here before.
Shaveddinov is making jokes about the tragedy of 2 May 2014, when banderovite yobs literally burned alive people in Odessa.
Polina Nemirovskaya, who works for Khodorkovsky’s Open Russia, say’s one ought not to mourn the people that burned alive in the House of Trade Unions in Odessa because these “vatniks” (a mocking term for pro-Russian, and pro-Putin people) weren’t actually from Odessa, which is not true.
Ruslan made this Tweet on the day of the tragedy of 2 May simply regurgitating Ukrainian nazi propaganda. Also note that the protests in Odessa did not carry a separatist message, so Odessa People’s Republic was not on the agenda.
Leftist activist,Sergey Udaltsov told to go fuck himself by Ruslan.
“Donbass” was one of the nazi militias that went to suppress the aspirations of the Donbass people.
I guess they celebrated the victory of the Maidan in Kiev, given the date.
Recently, the Russian foreign ministry issued a note in response to the Czech parliament making the Warsaw Pact invasion of 21 August 1968 a “notable date.” Here is why this decision of the Czech parliamentarians is an anti-Russian act, which will not help build good relations between the two countries…
It has to be noted, that for the post-Communist Czech public, the invasion of 1968 was not an invasion by the Warsaw Pact, the Soviet Union, in defence of the harsh Communist system. To them, it was the Russians trying to subdue Czech democracy. Don’t trust me? This is what the Czech prime minister had to say about it:
It is absolutely unacceptable that Russia is trying to comment on our decision. Everybody is clear on what happened in August 1968. It was an invasion of the Russian army, with deaths of innocent civilians, and the Czech people still have trauma because of it. The Russians have stolen 21 years of liberty from the Czech people.
Note this, there isn’t any mention of the Warsaw Pact countries that participated in the invasion, no mention of the Soviet Union, which was much more than contemporary Russia, no mention of the Czech Communists, who invited the Warsaw Pact to intervene. There isn’t any space for discussion of nuances when historical events such as this one are politicised.
The verdict is clear, the Russians are guilty! 30 years after the Russians dismantled Communism and the USSR (and yes, it was the Russians who first voted for sovereignty, none of the freeloader republics had the balls), the Czechs create a national day of Russia bashing. And how dare the Russians complain about this?
The Czechs really have a historical trauma that to a large degree they have caused themselves. In 1946 they have voted the Communists in. During the interbellum, Czechoslovakia had the second largest Communist party in the World. After the Communists assumed a monopoly on power in 1948, by the hands of Czech factory workers, there appeared several resistance groups, all of them were ratted out, by Czechs. Only the brothers Mašín were able to break out of this cesspit called Communist Czechoslovakia. The Czech Communists invited Warsaw Pact intervention, and in the 21 years of unfreedom, the Communist Party had 2 million members. Some of these members are still in Czech politics today.
This Russia blaming simply serves to absolve the Czechs of the complicity in bolshevism…
There is group of professional protesters in Prague, actually there are more but they are more or less the same. They go by the names: the Prague Maidan, Kaputin, the Pulse of Europe. The Prague Maidan appeared in the memorable year 2014, and it was actually founded by a Czech, because the Ukrainians (the second largest minority after the Roma) don’t give a hoot. They are a funny lot, and I wanted to share some photos I have collected.
I began calling them “The Exotibetants” because the liberation of Tibet is their cause célèbre.