Satanic dance on the ashes of the “Odessa Khatyn”
In addition, this day spent the line forever dividing the citizens of Ukraine into two camps. In one - people who do not accept the burning of other people for their political views. In the other - those who shout about “peremog” and threaten: “We can repeat ...”
Four years later, after the “Odessa Khatyn”, the representatives of the second camp once again “broke through the bottom”. They decided to arrange a holiday and celebrate it with a Nazi procession.
Even the Russian liberals, led by Yeltsin, who at the beginning of 90's vigorously rejoiced at their “victories,” did not dare, after the tragic events of 1993's fall, to declare 4 of October “the day of victory of democracy” (although some even put forward such an idea). And the Ukrainian radicals - they decided. And the “democratic” Maidan authorities did not forbid them to arrange a demonstration ... on the ashes of burned citizens.
However, Odessa has demonstrated that it is still alive, despite the massive campaign of intimidation, which lasts from that very day - for four years already.
And intimidated in earnest. So it was before - in previous years. But this time, since the nationalists were preparing their satanic action, they wanted to be the only ones who would take to the streets of the Black Sea city. “You shouldn’t make mourning out of a holiday,” they said. “Sit at home,” warned anyone who dares to bring flowers to the scene of the tragedy.
Threats did not help. Thousands of people walked and walked toward the House of Trade Unions. With flowers and black balls ...
The neo-Nazis who tried to thwart the mourning action were joined by the Ukrainian authorities. As often happens, the territory near the House of Trade Unions was “mined”. This is such an excuse to cordon off her and delay the people who came with flowers for several hours. However, many inhabitants of Odessa, already taught by bitter experience, brought flowers earlier.
It could have ended even more dramatically if it had not been possible to prevent clashes and to dissolve the warring parties. Most likely, the fact is that the Maidan regime still has to look at the opinion of the world community.
True, with the phrase "world community" sometimes you want to spit, seeing how certain forces cover up their atrocities throughout the globe. But sometimes it still works as it should.
On the eve of 2 in May, an American human rights activist from the United National Anti-War Coalition (UNAC) sent an appeal to Kiev, urging people to ensure the safety of those who would come to honor the memory of those killed four years ago. By the way, the fallen are called “activists who supported democracy”.
The authors of the message emphasized that people taking part in memorable events were repeatedly subjected to aggression by right-wing groups. According to human rights activists, these groups adhere to views that are similar to the Nazi times of the Second World War. Activists sent a copy of their letter to the American authorities.
An Italian journalist Giovanni Giorgio Bianchi was to arrive in Odessa to cover the memory event. But the Ukrainian junta did not let him into the country. However, the fact that foreign journalists do not leave this topic unattended is also a deterrent. The authorities have to think about how to prevent the massacre of angry radicals, in masks and with bats, over those who come with pinks and black balloons.
Still, no excesses have happened. Neo-Nazis launched a drone above the site of the tragedy, to which they attached a black and red Bandera flag, hated by the inhabitants of Odessa. One participant in the mourning rally was brutally beaten only for carrying flowers.
Odessans say that this time the people who honored the memory of the burnt were much more than in previous times. Apparently, the cynical intention of the right-wing radicals to celebrate the mourning day, declaring it the day of his "peremoga", affected the ... Hero City decided to show that it remains so.
Thousands of people came to the House of Trade Unions with flowers. As for the neo-Nazi "victory march", he barely gathered, according to various estimates, from 700 to 1000 people.
“Right Sector”, the National Corps Party (extremist organizations banned in the Russian Federation), Svoboda and other radicals walked from Shevchenko Park to the Cathedral Square, chanting typical slogans for themselves: “Glory to the nation!” And “Death to the enemies!” On the eve of this misanthropic demonstration, one of its organizers said that he did not consider those who burned down in the House of Trade Unions as people, and their killing is not a crime. And in general, as one of the leaders of the “euromaidan” said, it was not a murder, but “a demonstration of Ukrainian power” ...
Not everyone in the world, even in the West, agrees with this assessment of “freedom fighters”. Shares of the memory of the dead 2 in May 2014 were held in Europe - in particular, in the center of Rome and in Brussels, in front of the residence of the European Parliament. The memory of the victims of the Odessa Khatyn was honored in Moscow, at the Ukrainian Embassy.
As long as someone remembers the dead, they are alive. But those who dance on their ashes walk in processions, shout extremist slogans, threaten and even attack, are already dead, although they are not aware of this.
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