Demo in Support of Ukraine in St. Petersburg

A demonstration in support of ethnic cleansing in the Donbass took place in St. Petersburg, Russia…

Because nobody gives a fuck in Russia, only few local crazies have arrived. This one is particularly interesting:

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Rev. Alexander Khmelev, on the left with some activists flashing the flag of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army. On the right: An activist of the Solidarity, Alliance of Homosexuals and LGBT for Equality, is a volunteer of a Group for the Aid of the Incarcerated.

Here he is, in his own words:

A video has been circulating featuring activists exiting a police vehicle, and being met by Boris Vyshnevsky of Yabloko. It features a strange mix of Ukrainian national, Ukrainian nationalist and LGBT symbols.

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Ukrainian Nazi Lizards Blocked a Shipment of Russian Coal in Lvov Region

Enemy Putler coal has arrived to keep Ukrainians warm…

Some of the aboriginals were not very happy about this…

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Semyon Semenchenko: “We were able to get all of the arrested out of police [station]. I too was let go. They compiled a record of the crime. I am waiting for the decision of the court in Chervonohrad. Those that were hurt were given medical help. And the most important of all, the Spetznaz, the police, hired thugs were not able to break through the blockade. Local people have gathered, we have prevailed. I thank all that helped, who made reposts, who was bothered and sought out advocates. We are continuing our fight. No stepping back, Glory to Ukraine!

Earlier this blog reported that Ukraine will buy 72% of coal for local thermal power plants from Russia.

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Rifle, Grenades, and Tryzub

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The tryzub (trident) is the national symbol of Ukraine. It was likely introduced by the first leader of the Ukrainian People’s Republic, Mykhailo Hrushevsky. The symbol was lifted from the symbols of princes of the Old Rus, that were familiar to the historian, Hrushevsky. Since Ukraine is an amalgam of historically unrelated territories, a neutral symbol of deep antiquity was chosen.

Today, aborigines create tryzubs from a variety of materials…