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March 1st – the one year anniversary of the “Russian Spring” protests in South-Eastern Ukraine

March 1, 2015 Emelamud Translated by Kristina Rus Kristina Rus: On March 1, 2014 the residents of major South-Eastern cities of Ukraine came out to protest against the illegal Western-backed violent overthrow of the Ukrainian government, to show their solidarity with Russia, support for closer integration with Russia, to protest against out-lawing of their holidays […]


Did the US Murder Boris Nemtsov? The Imminent Threat

2-28-14 By: Joaquin Flores Headlines around the world have carried some variation of the story: the murder of Boris Nemtsov.  Each of these includes some retelling of the pertinent facts: what, who, where, how … but the real question is ‘why’.  The answer to this question, or rather, what the West insists is the answer, […]

Maidan is not possible in Russia

February 27, 2015 Translated by Kristina Rus Variag_2007: Maidan in Russia is not possible. The mayor of the capital is not loyal to the opposition – let them try to organize a long-term protest, for which Moscow authorities would provide electricity, stage with acoustic equipment and bio-toilets. There is no opposition which, as in Ukraine, […]

“Financial Maidan” in Kiev Violently Dispersed by Riot Police

2/26/2015 “Financial Maidan” in Kiev Violently Dispersed by Riot Police By J.Hawk The “Financial Maidan” was a protest staged at the National Bank of Ukraine to protest the crash of the hryvnya and the resulting impoverishment of masses of people. Earlier in the day, Kiev mayor Klichko accused the demonstrators of being “Russian provocateurs” and […]

The reason why people were burnt alive in Odessa (video)

February 25, 2015 Originally published February 25, 2014 First City Channel (Odessa TV?) Translated by Kristina Rus Alternative Maidan [the author meant Maidan, as “protest”, as the term Anti-maidan was not yet common 3 days after the coup] on Kulikovo Polye was organized since the morning. One tent was set up in the middle of […]

Event: Odessa massacre protest in NYC, Times Square, Sunday, November 2

    Tell the U.S., Ukraine and the media: STOP THE COVER-UP! We will remember the 48 anti-fascists and trade unionists murdered by neo-Nazis in Odessa, Ukraine, on May 2, 2014. We will also honor Mike Brown (Ferguson), Jennifer Laude (Philippines), Eric Garner (Staten Island), Robert Serra (Venezuela) and other victims of U.S.-imperialist sponsored racism, […]