7 Kiev Just Yesterday

Kiev Just Yesterday

Posted on January 24, 2014 by team

Another photo report depicting the current situation in Kiev.


The one who will provide information about the Berkut fighter who killed an Armenian man Sergey Nigoyan will be paid 5 thousand dollars. The one who will bring the head of this bas**** is going to be paid 100 thousand dollars.”

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7 Responses to “Kiev Just Yesterday”

  1. Dan says:

    This goes beyond protest. This is plain hooliganism. The Russian government has claimed that these riots are organized and supported by outsiders. I am beginning to believe it! These people show every indication of organization. Don’t they have jobs or homes to attend to? many of these look like professional anarchists and streetfighters.

  2. tony says:

    It is about time that Ukrainians took responsibility for their government and not have the Kremlin telling them that they are not even a real country (Putin’s words to Obama). If blood is shed, then it is the price of FREEDOM. Democracies shed much blood on the road to Freedom, Justice and Rule of Law. Go Ukrainians Go! Never Give In and never, never, never give out!

  3. TML3000 says:

    The Russians! The penalty is life for you in Russia.

  4. eyyre says:

    terrible ! why no stop , learn from other country how to stop in no time while fire still not strong enough!!!

  5. Nikoliy says:

    Tony I think you are confused about what a Democracy is. “Democracy is a form of government in which all eligible citizens participate equally—either directly or through elected representatives—in the proposal, development, and creation of laws. It encompasses social, economic and cultural conditions that enable the free and equal practice of political self-determination.”
    Nothing in their about blood shed or Molotov cocktails.
    The fact is that Viktor Yanukovych is currently the legitimately elected president of Ukraine and is their for able to make decisions like deciding who was offering a better deal, for the currently receding economy, Russia or the EU. If people of Ukraine disagree with that decision they can vote for representatives who can and will reverse that decision.
    For me what is really amusing is the fact that Viktor Yanukovych is himself the product of the “Orange Revolution”

  6. Dan says:

    Nikoliy, a decision taken against the proven wish of 60% of population is not a democratic decision, it is totalitarianism. Ukrainians want to be on EU even if it means higher gas prices.

  7. Serb says:

    These idiots are financed by the West. In Serbia we have experience with them. Some of the anarchists who overthrew president Milosevic in 2000 are protesting in Kiev today. Should I mention the US Senate officially financed the Serbian protesters back then?

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