Hundreds of anti-Kremlin radical nationalists protesters gathered on Kiev’s central square on Sunday to protest against FSB, where they set the Russian flag on fire.
Earlier, protesters had marched on Russian-affiliated buildings such as the Sberbank and vandalised them by throwing stones and eggs, breaking windows, and writing anti-Russian slogans on the walls. Protesters chanted anti-Kremlin and anti-FSB (Russian Federal Security Service) slogans as they commenced their march from Maidan and later returned there as well.
The Kremlin’s propaganda against Ukraine reads like an old Soviet propaganda ministry manual, mixed with an Anti-Defamation League press release. In a press conference after the 2014 revolution, Putin attacked the Maidan revolutionaries as “reactionary, nationalist and anti-Semitic forces.” The day previously, he claimed Maidan was led by “anti-Semites and neo-Nazis on a rampage.”
Around 2,000 demonstrators carrying torches, flags and banners marched to commemorate the Battle of Kruty as they passed from Arsenal Square to Askold’s grave – to the monument to the memory of the Kruty Heroes – in Kiev on Monday.
Στην τελευταία του συγκέντρωση του Εβραιομογγόλου Σαακασβίλι, βλέπουμε και την παρουσία Ουκρανικών εθνικιστικών σημαιών – προφανώς, για να παραπλανήσει τους Ουκρανούς πολίτες ή και για να παρασύρει αφελείς εθνικιστές.
Several thousand Ukrainian patriots rallied in front of the Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada, in Kiev, Wednesday, protesting against the launch of the agricultural land market in the country, as required by International Monetary Fund (IMF).
A branch of the Russian-owned Sberbank was defaced with red graffiti reading “Death to Russian banks,” on Vladimirskaya Street in central Kiev, Friday, as dozens of nationalists activists called for the bank to cease its operations in Ukraine.