Here we go again, what has been prepping by allowing the fascists to control the Ukraine is now becoming a total horror show with the second burning of protesters alive in a building.
Why is this not a crime? Where is the outrage ? All courtesy of geopolitical standoff between American imperialism and Russia. What is clear is the practices used in third world countries for decades has now invaded the heart of Europe.
Europeans may want to consider what happens when this type of Violence spreads like a cancer throughout other European nations, as it never stays localized.
Extremists learn quickly, funded or not. At that point the unemployed youth of Europe will have found new leadership to take advantage of their lost generation and a new form of expression. We saw the flash riots and looting in England. All mainly Immigrants stealing and looting.
10 May 2014
Exclusive: For the second time in a week, Ukrainian anti-regime protesters holed up in a building were killed by fires set by pro-regime attackers with ties to newly formed neo-Nazi security forces, reports Robert Parry.
By Robert Parry
In Ukraine, a grisly new strategy – bringing in neo-Nazi paramilitary forces to set fire to occupied buildings in the country’s rebellious southeast – appears to be emerging as a favored tactic as the coup-installed regime in Kiev seeks to put down resistance from ethnic Russians and other opponents.
The technique first emerged on May 2 in the port city of Odessa when pro-regime militants chased dissidents into the Trade Unions Building and then set it on fire. As some 40 or more ethnic Russians were burned alive or died of smoke inhalation, the crowd outside mocked them as red-and-black Colorado potato beetles, with the chant of “Burn, Colorado, burn.” Afterwards, reporters spotted graffiti on the building’s walls containing Swastika-like symbols and honoring the “Galician SS,” the Ukrainian adjunct to the German SS in World War II.
This tactic of torching an occupied building occurred again on May 9 in Mariupol, another port city, as neo-Nazi paramilitaries – organized now as the regime’s “National Guard” – were dispatched to a police station that had been seized by dissidents, possibly including police officers who rejected a new Kiev-appointed chief. Again, the deployment of the “National Guard” was followed by burning the building and killing a significant but still-undetermined number of people inside. (Early estimates of the dead range from seven to 20.)