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Notorious Ukrainian nationalist militant shot dead in police raid

category international | rights, freedoms and repression | other press author Tuesday March 25, 2014 13:03author by KM Report this post to the editors

Looks as if the Ukrainian fascists are starting to outlive their shelf life. Just like the Brownshirts in The Night of the Long Knives they will be cut down by their masters. The hunter gets the bird, the dog that retrieves it gets a pat on the head, in the end a bullet in the head. Videos at he link below.

Notorious Ukrainian right-wing militant leader Aleksandr Muzychko, also known as Sashko Bilyi, has been shot dead during a police raid against his gang, confirmed Ukraine’s Ministry of Interior.

Muzychko was killed in Rovno, western Ukraine, where he coordinated actions of local groups belonging to the nationalist Right Sector movement.

A former senior official at the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) told RIA Novosti that the objective of the operation – carried out by SBU with the help of the Interior Ministry – was to kill Muzychko, rather than to detain him.

“The goal of the operation was not to detain, but to neutralize Muzychko, to remove him from the stage,” the source said, adding that the militant leader was undermining the new Ukrainian authorities and pursuing his own interests through his leadership of the Right Sector movement.


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This is Aleksandr Muzychko a few weeks ago












Related Link: http://rt.com/news/sashko-bily-dead-reports-013/
author by KMpublication date Tue Mar 25, 2014 13:41Report this post to the editors

All going the way the Coup leaders want. Street Fighters surplus to requirements will be liquidated.

Ukrainian nationalist group Right Sector has announced it holds the acting Interior Minister Arsen Avakov accountable for the death of notorious radical militant Aleksandr Muzychko and will avenge it, Ukrainian media reports.

“We will take revenge on Arsen Avakov for the death of our brother,” said Rovno coordinator of the Right Sector Roman Koval, as cited by charivne.info news portal. “The shooting of Sashko Bilyi [Muzychko’s nom de guerre] is an assassination ordered by the minister. Muzychko never received any notices concerning criminal offences and was never summoned anywhere.”

Related Link: http://rt.com/news/muzychko-avakov-revenge-ukraine-109/
author by Tpublication date Tue Mar 25, 2014 23:29Report this post to the editors

Its highly likely Muzychko assassination was ordered by the coup handlers in Washington and NATO because not because he was a thug and Nazi and threatening officials with his AK-47 for they don't really mind these things, but where he crossed the line was that he did this on camera and the numerous videos and images of him doing this spread like wildfire and ultimately it was disturbing the PR machine.

Since most of what has happened in the past few weeks whereby the USA and EU organised violent fascists thugs to seize power and kill quite a number of people along the way, and then put into power members of this gang and a number of oligarchs, the way it has been presented in the Western media using blatant lies by a large number of politicians, officials and other mouthpieces of the corrupt Western political system to present this as a democratic transfer of power, has led to such blaring cracks in this PR stunt with the likes of Muzychko and numerous other thugs on camera, has led to some of the normally gullible public to question what is actually going on. It is vital for the coup organisers that they keep control of the shaping of public opinion because it is this which allows them to carry out these coups and allow them to carry out their crimes -one being the hiring and use of snipers to kill people on both sides so as to create a pretext for what happened.

Based on this we can expect that either some more of the worst elements of the Right Sector and other Nazis groups to be either eliminated or they might actually cop on and keep a low profile from now on. It has been impossible up to now for the West to pretend the cabal of fascists and oligarchs in power who intend to privatize much of Ukraine and strip it of assets and further impoverish the people, to present them as legitimate. This intense PR battle may explain why the media has been so hysterical lately in terms of the way they were foaming at the mouth over Crimea and other things.

For the West (i.e USA and EU), Right Sector are expendable tools. They needed the thugs for the violence on the streets and the mechanics of the seizing of power. Now that Nuland -i.e Washington has their man "Yats" in power, the real business of destroying the country and at the same time hitching it up to NATO is for the big men. But the fascists are not quite at the end of their shelf life yet, because big austerity cuts are on the way, pensions to be cut by 50%, massive health and education cuts are on the way, gas prices are to go up at least 40% and probably more and electricity prices will follow, since gas is used for electricity generation.

The farmland in Western Ukraine which previously could not be sold to foreigners, now can and this will be taken over by Western agribusiness and their main aim is to push GM crops. The agricultural land in Western Ukraine is famously some of the most fertile land in the world. There is already talk of handing over the entire gas pipeline infrastructure to the US energy giant, Chervon -well technically it will be sold but after the currency is allowed float which will mean it will become worthless because the country is broke and they will pick it up for nothing. It will take awhile, but the population in Ukraine are not going to like any of this and they will try to resist and this is where the fascists neo Nazi come back on stage. They will form the backbone of the new 'National Guard' which they are currently creating and basically they will be used to beat to death if necessary anyone who objects to this huge theft of Ukraine.

It is ironic that the US ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power outrageously accussed Russia of theft over the Crimea -where the population willingly voted to rejoin Russia -and they also did back in 1991, yet the US and its allies are carrying out real theft themselves. But it is often the case that your enemy accuses you of the things that they are about to do to you.

author by wargasm - nonepublication date Tue Mar 25, 2014 23:35Report this post to the editors

He became an embarrasment to his paymasters . . . . and simply had to go.

Them numb skulls in Svoboda etc will realise what they are dealing with before long.

i feel a Ellen Ripley-ism coming now . . .

You know I don't know who is worse. You don't see them f***ing each other over for a goddamn percentage.

 
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