EU´s og USA´s fascistiske allierede bag –massakre i Odessa
3. Maj 2014
ODESSA (Interpres) . . . . I hvad der kun kan beskrives som en fascistisk massakre mistede 39 modstandere til det USA- og EU-støttede regime i Kiev livet fredag.
Fascistiske bøller satte ild på den store fagforeningsbygning som var et center for modstanden til det liberal-fascistiske kupregime i Kiev som aktivt understøttes økonomisk og politisk af USA, EU og den Internationale Valutafond IMF.
Den eneste chance de indespærrede aktivister i fagforeningsbygningen havde for at undslippe døden var at hoppe ud gennem vinduerne.
For folkene i Ukraine, Rusland og andre Sovjet-republikker bringer de fascistiske banders brandattentat minder om de nazi-fascistiske styrkers terror under deres besættelse af Sovjetunionen 1941-44.
Ifølge øjenvidner, blev de indespærrede modstandere af den liberal-fascistiske junta i Kiev som forsøgte at redde livet gennem at hoppe ud den ildspåsatte fagforeningsbygning omringet og tæsket af bøller fra den neo-nazistiske “højre sektor understøttet af medløbende fodbold-hooligans. Video-film viser kvæstede og sårede overlevende blive angrebet.
Den prægtige Fagforeningsbygning i sortehavsbyen Odessa blev skueplads for den fascistiske pøbels mordbrandattentat: 39 ukrainske aktivister indespærrede i bygningen betalte den højeste pris for deres modstand til det USA- og EU-støttede kupregime i Kiev.
Som i Jugoslavien , som i Irak, som i Syrien sår USA og EU bevidst splid og had
puster til de etniske, nationale og kulturelt-religiøse forskelle for at svække og nedbryde arbejderklassens enhed, nedbryde den folkelige modstand mod den reaktionære kapitalistiske krisepolitik og på den måde at herske gennem svage afhængige regimer. “Divide and Rule” som det hedder på internationalt imperialistsprog
Mordbrandattentatet har rystet den demokratiske og antifascistiske offentlighed i hele Ukraine, Rusland såvel som i resten af verden .
Massakren understreger og påviser den brutale og voldelige karakter af det regime som med USA´s og EU´s støtte erobrede magten gennem et voldeligt kup i februar.
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Samtidigt hånes offrene for det fascistiske mordbrandattentat af det USA/EU-støttede regimes medløbere, også i parlamentet (Verkhovna Rada)i Kiev hvor Irina Farion hyldede mordbranden med ordene:
Fagforeningernes hus blev sat i brand af fascistiske tilhængere af juntaen i Kiev efter they surrounded and destroyed the tent camp of anti-government activists that stood in front of the building on Odessa’s Kulikovo Field Square.
It was torched in a storming attempt after some of the anti-Maidan activists rallying in the square barricaded themselves inside the building.
Earlier reports of the clashes in Odessa said that both sides used Molotov cocktails and, allegedly, gunfire. Part of the pro-Maidan activists reportedly bore insignia of den højre-radikale “Højre Sektor”-gruppe.
The majority of the victims were found on the floors of the Trade Unions House having apparently burned to death or suffocated from smoke. Others jumped out of the building’s windows, according to police.
As the building was engulfed in flames, photos posted on Twitter showed people hanging out of windows and sitting on windowsills of several floors, possibly preparing to jump. Other images showed pro-regime elements celebrating the inferno. Some jeered on Twitter:
“Colorado beetles are being roasted up in Odessa,”
using a derogatory term for oppositions-aktivister wearing St. George’s ribbons.
Liberal-fascistisk kontrarevolution, terror og mordbrand i Ukraine
Thirty of the victims were found on the floors of the building, having apparently suffocated from smoke inhalation. Eight more died after jumping out of windows to escape the blaze, according to local police. Ukraine authorities said a total of 43 people died in Odessa Friday and 174 others sustained injuries, with 25 still in a critical condition.
The violence started as around 1,500 supporters of the Kiev authorities, who recently arrived in the city, gathered at Sobornaja Pladsen i Odessa centrum.
Bevæbnede med kæder og køller and carrying shields, they marched through the city, chanting “Glory to Ukraine,” “Death to enemies” and “Knife the Moskals [derogatory for Russians].”
ODESSA; befriet af Stalins Røde Hær den 7.april 1944 , få timer efter de nazistiske besættelses styrkers massakre på 306 mennesker i landsbyen Holodnaya Balka udenfor Odessa . . . . . . 70 år senere, den 2.maj 2014 gennemfører fascistiske bander mordbrandattentatet på Fagforeningernes Hus, et centrum for modstanden mod den USA- og EU-støttede ikke_folkevalgte junta i Kiev
As the Odessa outrage occurred, US President Barack Obama, at a joint White House press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, explicitly endorsed the military offensive being carried out by the unelected Kiev government against protesters occupying official buildings in eastern Ukraine.
Despite Western media attempts to cover up what happened in Odessa—with multiple reports stating that “the exact sequence of events is still unclear”—there is no doubt that the killings in the southern port city were instigated by thugs wearing the insignia of the Right Sector, which holds positions in the Kiev regime, along with the like-minded Svoboda party.
Odessa has been among the southeast Ukrainian cities swept by protests since the February coup. At the end of March, thousands rallied in the city, challenging the legitimacy of the coup-imposed government med kravet om en folkeafstemning om regionens autonomi.
The Odessa massacre is the largest death toll so far since the Ukrainian regime, at the urging of the Obama administration, renewed its full-scale military assault on anti-government protests and occupations.
Ukraines HÆR sat ind mod den folkelige modstand
Den liberal-fascistiske junta har under trusler fra EU- og USA givet ordre til militæreret om at knuse modstanden mod kupregimet.
Earlier Friday, interim Ukrainian President Oleksandr Turchynov said many separatists had been killed in a government offensive in Slavjansk. Kiev officials said troops overran rebel checkpoints surrounding the city of 130,000 people in an operation launched before dawn, adding that the city was now “tightly encircled.”
Despite the use of helicopter gunships, the assault stalled, however, because of local resistance. By early afternoon, the Ukrainian troops were halted in the villages of Bylbasovka and Andrejevka, where residents flocked to their lines to argue with them and urge them not to fight.
In Andrejevka, about 200 people formed a human chain to stop armoured personnel carriers and trucks. In Bylbasovka, residents chanted “Shame! Shame! Shame!” In the nearby town of Kramatorsk, people blocked roads with trolley cars and buses in an attempt to prevent the army from entering.
At his press conference with Merkel, Obama seized on reports that two Ukrainian helicopters had been struck by ground fire. He cited unconfirmed allegations by the Ukrainian intelligence agency SBU that one was hit by a heat-seeking missile as proof that Russian forces were involved. By the evening, however, even the New York Times admitted that no evidence had been produced of heat-seeking missiles.
Along with Obama’s incendiary claim, his backing for Kiev’s military onslaught points to a drive by the US and its European partners to create civil war conditions and goad Russian President Vladimir Putin’s administration into intervening, in order to provide the pretext for crippling economic sanctions and a NATO confrontation with Russia.
Washington pushed for the renewed offensive just days after the Kiev regime appeared to back away from an all-out military assault, saying it was “helpless” to stop the occupations of buildings, which have spread to at least 17 cities and towns.
Putin sought to forestall the US-led push by signing a so-called peace agreement with the US, the European Union and Ukraine two weeks ago, which provided for ending the building occupations and halting plans for a military crackdown. This pact has been swept aside by Kiev and its backers. Putin’s spokesman yesterday said the “punitive operation” mounted by Ukraine had destroyed the agreement.
Russia called another emergency UN Security Council meeting Friday to denounce Ukraine’s actions. Moscow’s ambassador, Vitaly Churkin, warned of “catastrophic consequences” if the military operation continued, only to be denounced by his US counterpart, Samantha Power, who called the attack “proportionate and reasonable.”
Power, who made a name for herself by championing US military interventions in Libya and elsewhere in the name of “human rights” and the “protection of civilians,” declared that Russia’s concern about escalating instability was “cynical and disingenuous.” In keeping with US government propaganda since the beginning of the crisis, she baldly asserted that Russia was the cause of the instability.
It was Washington and its allies, particularly the German government that orchestrated the ultra-nationalist February putsch in Kiev and then exploited the reaction of Moscow, and Ukraine’s Russian-speaking population, to accuse Russia of threatening Ukraine.
FEM MILLIARDER DOLLAR har det kostet pengestærke imperialistiske kræfter i USA at få et marionetregime installeret i magtens korridorer i Kiev
Having poured some $5 miliarder into the country to install the Kiev regime via violent paramilitary operations, it is now accusing Russia, without producing any serious evidence, of doing the very same thing.
Ukraine’s initial military assault last month began after CIA Director John Brennan surreptitiously visited Kiev.
A second push followed a visit by US Vice President Joseph Biden.
There is evidence of ongoing US involvement. The Russian Foreign Ministry said English-speaking foreigners had been seen among the Ukrainian forces mounting the assault on Slavjansk on Friday, echoing its previous charges that Greystone, a US military contractor, is working alongside the Ukrainian military.
In part, the US operation seems directed at preventing an autonomy referendum planned by anti-Kiev opponents on May 11. In addition, a Ukrainian presidential election, scheduled for May 25, is seen by the Western powers as a means of lending legitimacy to the coup government in Kiev. The most widely-promoted presidential candidate, billionaire oligarch Petro Poroshenko, er fortaler for ukrainsk medlemskab i den aggressive NATO-krigsalliance og the subordination of the country to the dictates of the European Union and the International Monetary Fund.
But with the Kiev regime failing to suppress the opposition, Washington appears intent on provoking a confrontation and then accusing Russia of preventing the presidential poll from proceeding. Meanwhile, on the pretext of training exercises, US troops are being deployed in the Baltic states of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, as well as Poland, bringing NATO forces right up to Russia’s borders.
ODESSA er Ukraines fjerdestørste by med flere end en million indbyggere. Den store havne- og industriby har aner tilbage til antikken hvor stedet var en græsk koloni; blev grundlagt som russisk by i 1795
Dn franske greve de Richelieu, en flygtning fra Revolutionen i hjemlandet, blev udnævnt til Guvernør for byen af Czar Aleksander I i 1803, and he is credited with designing the city and organizing its services.
I 1819 the city was made a free port, and it became home to an extremely diverse population of russere, ukrainere, jøder, polakker, rumænere, grækere, bulgarere, albanere, armenere, Italienere, og franskmænd. Odessa’s growth blev afbrudt af Krim-krigen 1853–1856, during which it was bombarded by British and French naval forces. I revolutionsåret 1905 udbrud en arbejderopstand i Odessa. En opstand som blev støttet af mandskabet på panserkrydseren Potiomkin.
The classic motion picture Panserkrydseren Potemkin, by Sergej Eisenstein,
commemorated the uprising and included a scene in which hundreds of Odessan citizens were murdered on the great stone staircase (now popularly known as the “Potemkin Steps”), in one of the most famous scenes in motion picture history. The actual massacre took place in streets nearby, not on the steps themselves. At the top of the steps, which lead down to the port, stands a statue of the Duc de Richelieu.
Under borgerkrigen efter den Store Socialistiske Oktoberrevolution
1917-1920. En borgerkrig som blev aktivt understøttet af de samme vestlige imperialistmagter (som idag hykler om deres “ikke-indblanding” i Ukraines og Ruslands indre anliggender) var Odessa under besættelse af several groups including the Ukrainian Tsentral’na Rada, the French Army, the Red Army and the White Army. Finally, in 1920, the Red Army took control of Odessa and united it with the Ukrainian SSR, which later became part of the USSR. Under Anden Verdenskrig, fra 1941 til 1944, var Odessa besat af naziallierede rumænske tropper og life went on as usual; but in 1944 the German Nazi army moved in and during the April 1944 battle, the city suffered severe damage and many casualties until its liberation by the Red Army on 10 April 1944. Despite everything, the city preserved its unique cosmopolitan mix of Russian/Ukrainian/Mediterranean culture, and the city’s multiethnic communities have had great influence on its development. Today the city is surrounded by heavy industry and is a Ukrainian naval base and home to a fishing fleet. The central core and the Black Sea embankment make for nice strolling amidst pockets of history.
KILDER: The criminals first killed and then burned people in Odessa in broad daylight