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Friday, 15 August 2014

Lyashko Led Fascist Extremists in Scandalous Commotion at UPTs/MP Parish in Kiev Oblast

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Ilya Repin. The Rejection of the Sermon of the Uniate Kuntsevich in Byelorussia. 1893

The Rejection of the Sermon of the Uniate Kuntsevich in Byelorussia

Ilya Repin

1893

We face the same threat today… the Vatican hasn’t changed its spots (but ordinary RCs didn’t make the decision, kids)…

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Watch the first 30 seconds carefully, look at the vehicles… they’re commandeered civvie off-road jobs; the jeep has improvised DIY Homer n’ Jethro “armour-plate”. More on that later… but I want to you know this… watch the first minute, even if you watch nothing else.

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Controversial Rada People’s Deputy O V Lyashko led extremist toughs from the Svoboda and Radical Party of Oleg Lyashko factions in disrupting worship and mocking the clergy at a UPTs/MP parish in Kiev Oblast. The intruders dared to lay hands on and desecrated the altar. R A Silantyev, head of the Human Rights Centre of the Worldwide Russian People’s Council (VRNS), told reporters that fascist extremists poured tomato juice on and otherwise abused Fr Vladimir, the rector of Holy Protection-St Tikhon parish in Chervonaya Motovilovka (Fastov Raion). Under threat of violence, the priest asked for a chance to go to Russia. The intruders accused him of being pro-Russian and “supporting terrorists”. This pogrom occurred after only a day after the election of Metropolitan Onufry Berezovsky as First Hierarch of the UPTs/MP. Silantyev said, “The meeting of the higher organs of the UPTs/MP and its Sobor on 13 August took place in an atmosphere of relative calm. However, they’re not afraid to attack ordinary priests. There have already been more than 60 attacks on clergy and they’ve destroyed churches, they’ve set many churches on fire and damaged them with artillery fire and killed two or three priests”. This number includes incidents incurred during the fighting in Novorossiya. The new head of the UPTs/MP, Metropolitan Onufry, has already appealed to junta strongman P A Poroshenko to stop bullying and intimidation of canonical clergy by junta security forces.

15 August 2014

RT

http://russian.rt.com/article/45544#ixzz3ATDEh4HK

Editor:

Some of my sources in the Rodina tell me that civil order, the rule of law, and legitimate government no longer exists in the Ukraine. It’s become a lawless kleptocracy, with those with arms in control of the streets, as the above vid showed. Therefore, what Poroshenko thinks is irrelevant… he doesn’t control the streets, the fascist toughs do. Remember, the fascists demanded and got key posts in power ministries after the coup. I think that the Americans wanted it that way… since the fascists only have minority support, they’d NEED the Americans in order to stay in power. The fact that they’re anti-Semitic to the bone doesn’t bother Victoria Nuland… it tells you much about neocons, doesn’t it?

The fascists are attacking the canonical Church, just as they did in the 1990s. Back then, the Komsomoltsy stood up for the real Church… I shall remind all that the ROCOR stabbed the Mother Church in the back, supporting the CIA’s efforts to undermine the canonical Church (Victor Potapov was a major actor in this). Today, the First Family apparatchiki desperately try to hide this, but it happened… the ROCOR DID ordain Valentin Rusantsov and Agafangel Pashkovsky as bishops. The ROCOR did cooperate with soulless slimers like John Herbst (who tried interfering in the reconciliation of the ROCOR and the Mother Church… with the aid of certain ROCOR clergy who’ll remain nameless).

Today, we have quislings in our midst. There are signs that tell you who’s a Church stalwart and who’s a semi-Uniate traitor. Firstly, if a priest wears Uniate-style vestments, not Russian-style vestments, he betrays his opposition to Holy Rus and support of the Unia. Michael Dahulich pushes this innovation, but he’s a semi-papist (he was a willing and receptive pupil of the Jesuits at Duquesne) who had a major fracas with the late Metropolitan Nicholas Smiško… Dahulich slunk off to the OCA (who was dumb enough to take him). Any priest who wears such vestments shows his open antipathy to Holy Rus, to the Rodina, and to our received Russian Traditions, customs, and usages.

Secondly, if they spell “Kiev” as “Kyiv” and if they say “Volodomyr” in hillbilly dialect instead of “Vladimir” in proper formal usage (it’s like calling “Joseph” “Joey”… it lacks all taste, education, and class… it’s nekulturny to the max), you know that they harbour semi-Uniate tendencies. Some say that Mollard has such… he certainly has a deacon, one Roman Ostash, who’s known to have pro-junta leanings. Dahulich is a Uniate in all but name (unfortunately, his influence on young clergy at St T’s will take years to root out completely)… don’t let his “Pro-Life” posturing fool you… he’s anti-abortion, NOT Pro-Life in Cardinal Bernadine’s sense. SVS is totally pro-Uniate… New Skete’s always been soft on Uniatism. Mind you, that doesn’t mean that they’re outside the Church… it means that they hold questionable opinions. Remember, we don’t believe that people or institutions are infallible… we’re not papists. However, it’s safe to say that there’s treason in the upper reaches of the Church, whilst the lower reaches are still solid. That’s saved us before (the Iconoclasts, the Ferrara-Firenze kafuffle, and the Unia of Brest… in all three cases, bishops became apostates and betrayed the Church, but the people kept the Faith and saved the Church).

It’s time for ordinary folks to save the Church yet again. How, I don’t know… but that’s what history teaches us. Remember, we have the examples of Patriarch St Germogen of Moscow and St Mark of Ephesus, and of the Apostates Kirill Terletsky and Iosafat Kuntsevich in front of us. It’s up to us to choose which one to follow. You KNOW which one I chose, don’t you? Keep it focused, the times are evil.

BMD

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Monday, 24 March 2014

The Ukraine Pulls Economic Terrorism on the Crimea through Power Cuts… Ukie Neofascists Rob Russian Passengers on Train… Russian and Ukrainian Americans Join Hands at the UN to Fight Fascism

00 Odessa protest. 23.03.14

“With Russia… Together!” Patriot march in Odessa against the junta

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Republic of Crimea (RK) First Deputy Prime Minister Rustam Temirgaliyev said that the Ukraine cut electricity supplies to the Crimea by 50 percent. When they noticed a reduction in the power supplied, the Crimean Electric Power System carried out scheduled rolling blackouts in keeping with rules of procedure. According to Temirgaliyev, now, about 30 percent of the RK is blacked out, and there’s more to come. He added that if all the RK suffered a blackout, the situation would be even more difficult. Earlier, Igor Sluniayev, head of the Ministry of Regional Development, said that the 80 percent of the Crimea’s electricity comes from the Ukraine. He expressed confidence that the Ukrainian junta won’t go as far as triggering off a humanitarian crisis and that the Crimea wouldn’t have any of its vital resources blockaded.

Editor:

If you needed proof that the Timoshenko junta is bunch of amoral terrorists, this is it. John Herbst and Victoria Nuland cackle in glee (the ROCOR elements who brought in Herbst to the ’07 Sobor stand revealed as quislings and traitors). After all, the junta took over kid’s summer camps and handed them over to the Right Sector to use to train terrorists. Do I truly need to go on?

BMD

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Electricity is now back on in blacked-out areas of the RK; the outages lasted more than four hours. RK First Deputy Prime Minister Rustam Temirgaliyev said that the RK has three high-voltage power transmission lines (LEP-330) linking it to the Ukrainian power grid, explaining, “The Ukrainian supplier UkrEnergo halved the amount of electric power supplied via these LEP lines. The Peninsula now receives 50 percent of the planned amount of electricity”. Temirgaliyev said that the RK was ready for such an action by the junta, and promptly reacted to the decline in power supply.

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On Monday, Kryminform cited RK First Deputy Prime Minister Rustam Temirgaliyev as saying, “The power supply reduction was an attempt by Kiev to blackmail the Russian Federation via the Crimea, aimed at gaining something. The only reason for this is these people’s stupidity, I can’t think of any other explanation. We have no debts. There are no grounds for blackouts whatsoever. They’re just ‘shafting’ us, so to say. We prepared for such a turn of events. We walked into it with our eyes open. We’ll have to cut consumption, but we won’t have any catastrophe, crisis, or collapse, that’s for sure. Kiev used its last lever of influence on the Crimea when it cut down the power supply”.

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At a meeting focusing on providing socio-economic assistance to the RK and the Federal City of Sevastopol, Chairman of the RF Government Dmitri Medvedev said, “Our first priority is to raise pensions for residents in the new territories to the general Russian level. By preliminary calculations, we expect to budget about 36 billion Roubles (998 million USD. 1.12 billion CAD. 1.09 billion AUD. 720 million Euros. 605 million UK Pounds) for this purpose before the end of this year. The budget has the resources, we’ve planned for this”.

Editor:

Russia cares for the elderly… the Timoshenko junta kicks them in the face. Any questions? Do note that the USA (especially, the Republican Party) applauds those who kick the elderly, not those who help them. That’s not very “Pro-Life”, is it?

BMD

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RIA-Novosti quoted RK First Deputy Prime Minister Rustam Temirgaliyev as saying, “All Ukrainian soldiers have either rallied to Russia or are leaving the Crimea” said Crimea’s first deputy prime minister Rustam Temirgaliyev, quoted by RIA Novosti news agency.

Editor:

Russia gave all Ukrainian troops who left 2,000 gryvnias (6,780 Roubles. 188 USD. 210 CAD. 206 AUD. 136 Euros. 114 UK Pounds)… you see, the junta hadn’t paid them… Yatsenyuk, Turchinov, and Timoshenko needed the money for their mansions. Washington supports the thieves, not the almsgivers… what a concept…

BMD

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MID) stated that Moscow can’t understand why Ukrainian law enforcement agencies refuse to probe an incident at the Vinnitsa railway station, where Ukrainian nationalists plundered Russian passengers on a Moscow-Chisinau train. As Moscow-Chisinau train Nr 65 pulled up at the Vinnitsa railway station platform on 21 March, the horrified passengers saw people in Ukrainian Insurgent Army uniforms enter and start checking their IDs. If a person produced a Russian passport, the terrorists stole their money and jewellery. The MID said that the Ukrainian side only offered political explanations for the robbery of the Russian passengers. The MID pointed up, “One can’t really understand why the local police refused to collect reports that the plundered passengers tried to file”, adding that the incident signals a revival of a revival of the anarchy of the early 20th century, saying, “So this is the kind of law-governed state that’s currently being formed in the Ukraine”.

Editor:

The MID is conjuring up the image of the Civil War (“a revival of the anarchy of the early 20th century”)… that’s big juju for Russians; it’s not bandied about casually. Besides which, the USA slobbers its approval of it all… remember, the American foreign policy apparat is under Zbig’s spell. I met him twice (in a group)… he’s an utterly focused and utterly evil man. Hatred for Russia consumes him… no doubt, he blames all Russians for the downfall of the Polish fascist junta (his father was part of the apparat of that dictatorship, being their Ambassador to Canada). This is sheer lawlessness… yet, this is what the USA wants…

BMD

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00 UN. Russians and Ukranians against the junta 01. 24.03.14

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00 UN. Russians and Ukranians against the junta. 24.03.14

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Over the weekend, Americans of Ukrainian and Russian descent rallied together outside the UN headquarters in New York, in what was a display of unparalleled unity and friendship in the face of a widening chasm that in the past few months between Moscow and the junta in Kiev. The rally brought together anti-fascists of all nationalities. Russian tricolours and Ukrainian flags flew above the crowd, sprinkled with posters that damned the Ukrainian neo-Nazi junta. Activists carried placards, “The US must stop supporting Ukrainian Nazis!” and “Let Crimea and Eastern Ukraine choose their future!” Vladimir Tatyanenko, a Ukrainian-born American resident who crossed the Atlantic about 20 years ago, told RIA-Novosti that the demonstration aimed at supporting like-minded people in Russia and the Ukraine, telling reporters, “It’s an act of resistance to neo-Nazism that’s running rampant across the Ukraine. After Egypt and Syria, havoc and military thuggery crossed over to my native country”, adding that Russians and Ukrainians gathered outside the UN in New York to show the world that they weren’t enemies.He said,”I can’t understand or accept it when they say that the Ukraine is for Ukrainians. I feel hurt and I’m also ashamed of people that believe they are better than someone else”.

Philipp Yurchenko, who arrived in the USA from Germany, told journalists that he was there to protest against “the régime of imposters in the Ukraine. This so-called ‘government’ doesn’t represent the Ukrainian people. That’s why I’m here”. Another activist from the Ukrainian city of Zhitomir, who said his name was Aleksandr, emphasised that he wanted to show his support of Ukrainian-Russian friendship, “It was a coup, an illegal coup. The people of the Ukraine rallied against the régime and corruption, not against Russia or for Europe. Foreign-funded nationalists and radicals, who got their money from America, among others, hijacked it [the uprising]. I’m against the fascism that has reared its head in the Ukraine”. Yuri Selinsky, who came from a Russian émigré family that moved to the USA in the wake of the 1917 Russian Revolution, said that he joined the demonstration to speak up against an attempt to tear the two neighbouring nations apart, saying, “We’ve always had one destiny, Russia and Ukraine, and now they’re trying to separate us”. Thomas Djordjevic, a Serbian-American activist, was also at the protest. Djordjevic called on the people to remember the Yugoslav experience when dealing with the Ukraine’s current political crisis. He emphasised that there were but three possible scenarios for Russians and Ukrainians, “to stay together, break up peacefully like Czechoslovakia did, or brace for a civil war. Ukrainian, Russian, and other communities in Ukraine must learn to coöperate. Even if they aren’t entirely satisfied with the outcome, they’d still be better off with it than at war”.

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Editor:

After a month of junta misrule, the situation in the Ukraine is less clear than ever before. I warn all concerned… there’s much crank intel out there. For instance, Yuliya Timoshenko allegedly made a phone call saying that we should turn Russia into ”scorched earth”. That sounds barmy… and probably is. However, do mark this down… for the past month, the Ukrainian economy has been at a standstill… no one’s getting pensions… the army isn’t getting provisions… the government is in shambles as the junta shitcanned many career bureaucrats and employees. In particular, the junta purged the army and gutted the MVDU/SBU. They proclaimed a new untrained (but armed) “National Guard and the junta uses kids’ summer camps to train youth terrorists.

In short, the near term is vicious and ugly in the extreme. God have mercy on the suffering people of Little Russia… this is too much of a muchness.

BMD

24 March 2014

Voice of Russia World Service

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_24/Ukraine-cuts-volume-of-electricity-supplies-to-Crimea-by-50-official-2014/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_24/Lights-turn-on-in-outage-ridden-districts-of-Simferopol-3697/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_24/Crimea-dubs-reduction-of-power-supply-from-Ukraine-attempted-blackmail-7842/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_24/Raising-Crimean-pensions-first-priority-Medvedev-3324/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_24/Ukrainian-soldiers-either-side-with-Russia-or-leave-Crimea-Crimean-Deputy-PM-9458/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_24/Russian-train-passengers-plundered-by-Ukrainian-nationalists-Moscow-1667/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_24/Ukrainians-Russians-rally-in-NYC-against-Ukraines-neo-Nazi-regime-1133/

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Monday, 17 March 2014

17 March 2014. What the Western Media REFUSES to Tell You About the Crimea

01j Early Red Poster

We’re NOT slaves! The people of the Crimea didn’t want to be slaves of the Kiev junta (after all, not only did the junta slash pensions, it didn’t pay soldiers, police, teachers, and doctors).

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Firstly, let’s get one thing straight. One reason for the lopsided vote to reunify the Crimea with its Russian motherland is quite mundane. Once the Crimea returns to the Rodina, its people will see an immediate 250 percent growth in their pay packets. This is something that everyone knew and could appreciate. You see, as bad as corruption is in Russia (and it’s quite bad, but it’s not as bad as police/drug lord corruption and congressional/oligarch corruption in the USA, which is the world standard for boodle and official theft), it’s not as bad as in the Ukraine. Indeed, Russians do live better than Ukrainians do… that’s why many Ukrainians work in Russia (the opposite doesn’t happen at all… there’s nothing in the Ukraine to attract any reasonable person). Therefore, the first question to ask is, “Are the members of the Timoshenko junta honest people or are they tired faces from the same old corrupt oligarch crowd?” All of the members of the junta were in politics before (save for Klichko, a clueless newbie… that may cost him his life before it’s all over)… they’re all proven crooks. Yatsenyuk lived the closest to Yanukovich… 100 metres away. That is, the people of the Crimea saw nothing but privation (at best) under the junta… they saw a modest living under Russia. Being sane people, they chose the latter. All normal people would make such a choice.

The referendum saw an 83 percent turnout…the rest were boycotting the election. Let’s count them as “no” votes, and count the invalid ballots as the same. By the most generous calculation, the people who opposed reunion with Russia were 21 percent. That means that 79 percent of the people wanted reunion… that’s still a blowout and massive landslide. In other words, for every person who wanted to live under the junta, four wanted to rejoin Russia. Now, mind you, we don’t know that all abstainers are against rejoining the Rodina, we’re just assuming that for the sake of argument. If one believes in democracy and in the freedom of people to choose their own destiny, this case is clear. Nearly 80 percent of the people want to be Russian… that means that everyone else should shut up and let them be. After all, they didn’t throw bombs (like the junta did)… they didn’t kill innocents (like the junta did)… they didn’t seize power in a lawless putsch (like the junta did). A duly elected legislature set up a well-ordered referendum in which the majority made a choice. The rest of world should respect that choice.

Another facet to this is a religious reason (this isn’t theological… it’s sociological and historical). The junta is playing the “religious freedom” card to win sympathy in the USA. Let’s look at the situation before 1991. Before that date, there was really only one Church in contention, only one Church with a real local following… that was the Patriarchate of Moscow and all the Russias, the “Russian Orthodox Church”. All of the other groups (save for some miniscule Baptist groups) are post-1991 carpetbaggers. The so-called “Kiev Patriarchate” didn’t even exist… that’s a renegade body not recognised by ANY legitimate Eastern or Oriental Orthodox Church. The Uniates didn’t exist in the Crimea either, as Uniatism wasn’t allowed in the old Empire except in the lands of the Polish partition (and then only until 1830)… Crimea wasn’t part of the Partition lands, it was part of Novorossiya, that meant that it couldn’t have any Uniate presence (and it didn’t, until the Second Time of  Troubles, after 1991). That also means that it isn’t part of the Ukraine… properly speaking, no one can call any land east of the Dnepr or in the southern seacoast littoral “Ukrainian”. There’s much bullshit circulating in Catholic and Evangelical circles… I’d tell you to steer clear of it (especially, as those who issue it are Hard Right fanatics in the main).

There wasn’t a “Russian invasion” of the Crimea. Firstly, any troop movements would have to pass over the Kerch Straits… there are no direct land connections from the Crimea to the Kuban (the closest Russian territory). No such movements occurred… nobody saw any… no satellite saw such… no spy reported such… for no such “invasion” happened. It was all a sick fantasy in the minds of Victoria Nuland, John Kerry, John Herbst, et al… the Easter Bunny has more reality than their fevered hallucinations. There were also no air movements of troops… such an “air bridge” would be noticeable and the USA would’ve paraded such. In short, there aren’t 80,000 Russian troops in the Crimea… there are 25,000 servicemen based there permanently. By the way, most of the Crimean Opolchenie are former Ukrainian soldiers who came over to the patriot side. The junta hasn’t paid the troops nor has it shipped sufficient provisions to them. The junta is in an extreme state of fantasy… it issues orders to phantom troops… it orders phantom mobilisations… it shitcans professional military commanders and replaces them with politically reliable hacks… it appoints “commissars” to the army. All of this adds up to a situation that’s completely FUBAR and Tango-Foxtrot-Uniform. In short, the junta’s bleats have little, if any, basis.

All of the above adds up to one thing. All normal people voted for Russia. They wanted a modest living, with no interference from Galician Uniate stormtroopers… they wanted to speak their own Russian language, not a backwoods dialect that wasn’t theirs. They wanted to be part of their Russian motherland… they didn’t want to be part of a “Ukrainian” state (and they’ve made that clear ever since 1991). If the minority doesn’t want to live in Russia, no one’s forcing them to stay. They’re free to leave… but watch ’em all stay… they’ll all take Russia’s money. After all, “independence” doesn’t put bread on the table, does it?

BMD

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Thursday, 23 January 2014

Ukrainian PM Azarov Rejects Opposition Ultimatum

00 Kiev. riots 01. 23.01.14

THIS is what the USA supports… it’s nothing but a lawless mob of irresponsible rioters on the rampage… it’s time to clean out this nest of criminal vipers… the sooner, the better. Would we tolerate such thuggery and violence? Of course, not!

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Editor’s Note:

Note this from the pro-Western oppo agitator Klichko:

“If the president doesn’t compromise, then, tomorrow, when there’ll be more of us, we’ll go on the offensive”.

If anyone said that in DC or New York, their ass would be in the slam tout suite. Klichko isn’t only a quisling; he’s an inciter to violence. All the blood shed up to now and the blood spilt from now on is on his head. This is evil… and neocon Republicans and interventionist Democrats slobber over it. I’d say that this is what the unscrupulous like John Herbst truly want… don’t forget how he tried to bollix up the ROCOR/MP reconciliation (more than one reported to me what he did… and it wasn’t savoury). This is nothing more or less than an attempted coup d’état. No only should Yanukovich crush it, oppo agitators like Klichko deserve to be put up against a wall and shot. This is senseless…

God have mercy on the USA and Germany for having fomented this. If there’s an axis of evil, it’s in Washington (whose denizens follow the orders of their Wall Street paymasters), Berlin, and London… do ask the Serbs, Greeks, Iraqi Christians, Libyans, and Afghans about that. It makes me ashamed of my country and its rogue government. It’s degenerated from the socialist idealism of the New Deal (which helped to win World War II) into a ravening and greedy crapitalist monster (typified by Rush Limbaugh, Franklin Graham, and Willy Romney). God do help us…

BMD

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Ukrainian Prime Minister Nikolai Azarov dismissed an ultimatum from opposition leaders threatening more clashes on Thursday unless the government meets their demands. In recent days, with the standoff between anti-government mobs and police turning increasingly violent, opposition leaders made presumptuous demands for the ouster of the government and renewed calls for immediate elections. In an interview with the BBC in Switzerland late Wednesday (published on the Cabinet of Ministers website), Azarov struck a gutsy note, suggesting that the government was unlikely to change the firm stance its shown to date, saying, “The authorities are for constructive dialogue with the opposition … but they don’t accept the conditions of an ultimatum”.

Reportedly, at least three rioters died in violence in Kiev that broke out on Sunday after protestors voiced disapproval of legislation curtailing oppositionist rallies. On Wednesday, three main opposition “leaders” met with Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich for three hours of fruitless negotiations. Addressing supporters on the Maidan later on Wednesday evening, UDAR chieftain and opposition agitator Vitaly Klichko, who was at the meeting with Yanukovich, issued an ultimatum, saying, “If the president doesn’t compromise, then, tomorrow, when there’ll be more of us, we’ll go on the offensive. If it’s necessary to face bullets, I’ll face the bullets”. The crowd cheered his provocation. The confrontation in Kiev continued Wednesday night, although not with the level of violence seen in earlier days. On Thursday morning, footage from Kiev showed a large pall of black smoke from bonfires of tyres set alight by rioters. On Thursday, the MVDU said that the fire spread to a house on Grushevsky Street, the venue of recent confrontations between Ukrainian government security forces and rioters.

23 January 2014

RIA-Novosti

http://en.ria.ru/world/20140123/186839357/Ukraine-Premier-Rejects-Opposition-Ultimatum.html

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