April 17, 2015
Translated by Kristina Rus
Internment is the imprisonment or confinement of people, commonly in large groups, without trial. Collins English dictionary defines internment as “the act of interning or state of being interned, esp of enemy citizens in wartime or of terrorism suspects”. Thus, while it can simply mean imprisonment, it tends to refer to preventative confinement rather than confinement after having been convicted of some crime. Use of these terms is subject to debate and political sensitivities.
Interned persons may be held at prisons or at facilities known as internment camps. In certain contexts, these may be known, either officially or pejoratively, as concentration camps.
Fans of the Kremlin should be confined for up to five years, until regime and mentality changes in Russia, or they should be offered to leave on their own.
This idea was put forward by website “Khvylya”, close to the administration of Poroshenko .
“The National Security Council should adopt a decision about the deportation from Ukraine to the Russian Federation of persons who are potential candidates for the dead in the name of the glory of the “Russian world” [Ukrainian media is putting the blame for recent murders in Ukraine on Putin – KR]. Deportation for their own safety, as shooting them on the territory of the Russian Federation loses all meaning. Let them go and preach that they are victims of Bandera terror and repressions, for which they may even make some money. We do not care, because none of us are going to refute the thesis of the Kremlin about the fascist junta and the banderites”
So the fans of the Kremlin should be confined for five years, until the regime and mentality will change in Russia, or offer them to leave on their own.
In extreme cases, to register and submit their applications to provide them with personal security. Of course, at their expense, as Ukraine carries huge losses because of the Kremlin. Deportation, logically, is also made at their expense to the border with the Russian Federation, – we didn’t begin this war and the special operation. Security Council must make the decision, because until the Verkhovna Rada will get to it, half of the fans of the “Russian World” will move to another world.” – writes the author of the site, Sergey Klimovsky.
This is not the first scandalous publication on this site. Earlier the editor-in-chief of “Khvylya,” close to Bankovaya, political analyst Yury Romanenko posted on Facebook calls for “targeted killing of Russian journalists in the Donbass”.