Voices from Russia

Friday, 27 March 2015

Avakov Regrets Not Taking the Opportunity to Blow Up Donbass Patriots in Donetsk OGA Building and Lugansk SBU HQ…

00 A B Avakov. 27.03.15

Avakov… a shady “businessman”, who’s now the so-called “Minister of Internal Affairs of the Ukraine”… many believe that Langley recruited him when he was in the nick for real estate fraud in Italy. He’s the “poster child” for evil… a perfect illustration of Hannah Arendt’s postulation of “the banality of evil”. That is, he’s corrupt enough to suit the Anglo Americans, who’re dishonest to the bone… if you doubt that, ask any Native American… they’ll tell you a story…


RIA-Novosti reported that Ukrainian Minister of Internal Affairs A B Avakov said on 1+1 TV that the junta erred in not blowing up the Lugansk Oblast SBU HQ and the Donetsk Oblast OGA* building, as protestors had taken them over at the beginning of the civil disturbances in Novorossiya. He said, “I’ll tell you a bad thing about myself… I’m wanted in Russia… well, we should have blown up the Donetsk Oblast OGA building. That way, only 50 terrorists (sic) would’ve died, we wouldn’t have had 5,000 deaths in Donetsk Oblast (sic). We should’ve done the same thing to the SBU HQ in Lugansk, too. However, were we ready to do this?”

  • OGA: Oblast State Administration, administrative apparat of an oblast

In April last year, the people of the Donbass in Novorossiya opposed the putsch in the Ukraine, so they demanded a referendum on the status of the region, a federalisation of state power, the recognition of Russian as a second state language, and even rejoining Russia. This led to patriot protestors taking over administration buildings in the former Donetsk and Lugansk Oblasts. The putschist junta in Kiev promised to make concessions and to hold a referendum, but they really began a military operation, deploying troops against the region. According to the latest UN information, there are more than 6,000 victims of the conflict.

In mid-June 2014, the SK RF filed a criminal case against Avakov. They charged him with ordering killings, the use of prohibited means and methods of warfare, and kidnapping, as well as impeding the movements of accredited journalists.

27 March 2015



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