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Monday, 9 December 2013

Hundreds of Thousands on the Streets of Kiev Demanding Entry into the EU

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 9. 2013

Ooops – there goes Lenin.

I’m all for tearing down statues of Lenin, but this is just getting a little bit ridiculous. It seems that the EU is looked at as positive purely because it is anti-Russia, and Ukrainians still do not like Russia.

And, presumably, like Bulgarians and Romanians, they have a dream of flooding Germany and the UK.

This guy here should just be crowned king of the Ukraine, and then we can be done with it. He obviously has what it takes – just look at him.

Details have not been forthcoming. I don’t claim to have any idea what the thinking behind this is, so I can only speculate. But protesting for the EU is clearly nuts. But it is really looking like they are going to go ahead and overthrow the government, which is interesting.

I wonder what the chances are that Putin is going to respond to this aggressively? That could be very interesting.

Oh, come on, this is too much. Somebody tear gas this guy.

From the BBC:
Hundreds of thousands of people have taken to the streets in the Ukrainian capital Kiev seeking the resignation of the government for refusing a deal on closer ties with the European Union.
Protesters, who oppose a customs union with Russia, toppled a statue of Lenin and smashed it with hammers.
President Viktor Yanukovych has said he shelved the EU deal after Russian opposition.
Protest leaders have given him 48 hours to dismiss the government.
I wonder who these ‘protest leaders’ are? I have not heard.
Witnesses said a group of protesters toppled the statue of Soviet leader Lenin at the top of Shevchenko Boulevard using metal bars and ropes. Then they began smashing it up with hammers.
Others stood by chanting “glory to Ukraine”.
Correspondents say the statue has symbolic importance as it underlines Ukraine’s shared history with Russia.
One opposition MP, Andriy Shevchenko, tweeted: “Goodbye, Communist legacy!”
Prime Minister Mykola Azarov compared the toppling of the statue to the Taliban’s destruction of the giant Buddhas of Bamiyan in Afghanistan in 2001, Interfax-Ukraine news agency reported.
“War on monuments is always barbarity,” he said.
The BBC’s David Stern says the attack on the statue has heightened tension in Kiev.[...]In another development on Sunday, the Ukrainian Security Service said it was investigating some politicians on suspicion of what it called “actions aimed at seizing state power”.

It did not name the politicians.
The European Commission has said EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton will travel to Ukraine this week “to support a way out of the political crisis”.
And the JTA is reporting that the Jews have allied with the nationalists to support these protests:
A number of young Jews are involved in the protests, which have drawn together a diverse coalition of liberal youth and opposition party leaders, including members of the ultranationalist Svoboda (Freedom) party, whose leader, Oleh Tyahnybok, has freely trafficked anti-Semitic stereotypes.
“If the nationalists are in favor of a regime change in the country, and I am also, then they won’t prevent me from going out into the Maidan with everyone and expressing my opinions,” Evgenia Talinovskaya told JTA. “The EuroMaidan movement is primarily identified with the educated youth. And Jewish youth in Ukraine primarily fall under that description.”
“Svoboda is an opposition party to the current regime, and they are supporting this trend because it goes against the current regime,” said Oxana Shevel, an associate professor of comparative politics at Tufts University.
Ukrainian Jewish leaders have been unnerved by Svoboda, which it considers a threat to community security. The party’s use of anti-Semitic rhetoric also has prompted concern from the European Parliament.
Vlad, I think it is about time to send the tanks in.

The king of the Slavs does not look kindly upon uppitiness.

Or you could just, you know, cut the gas off.

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