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US/EU back Kiev pro-Nazi Andriy Parubiy: Bristol Ukraine anti-fascist solidarity (BUAFS)

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Published on Jun 8, 2014

Interview with Jay Blackwood about Ukraine, which has a history of conflict: new Bristol Ukraine anti-fascist solidarity campaign. The Maidan 'revolution' or 'coup' of Saturday February 22nd 2014 and para-militaries seizing power; fascist parties Pravy Sektor and Svoboda; now National Security Chief Andriy Parubiy key figure behind Maidan protest security team then Kiev and Odessa attacks; Odessa massacre of Friday 2nd May 2014; media coverage; US interests; NATO exercises.
http://politicsthisweek.wordpress.com...
http://buafs.wordpress.com/

Andriy Parubiy
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/world...
While he insists he's not a fascist, Andriy Parubiy co-founded the Nazi-inspired Social National party, now Svoboda, in the 1990s. Outwardly, he went mainstream early on, and joined Yulia Tymoshenko's Fatherland party, running security operations on the Maidan for the 2004 "Orange Revolution."
In 2013-14's more violent regime-change "protests," he was given the same responsibility. As Euromaidan Commandant and head of the Self-Defense Committee, he was in charge of security for areas where the mob's authority had overridden the government's.
We now know (partly from MP Moskal) that -- on the pivotal day of February 20, which will remain the main focus of this report -- sniper shots first hit police forces, and came from buildings Parubiy controlled. Ukraine's previous head of the Security Service (SBU) Alexander Yakimenko said so in March, after fleeing to Russia. When the Commandant proved unable to stop the sniping, which everyone claimed to be against, Yakimenko says he offered to send in a unit to help. He only needed a guarantee his men wouldn't be shot by Parubiy's, but he says that was denied. From all this, the SBU chief deduced the snipers were under Parubiy's command and protection.
In truth, this failure to stop the killing could be due to malice, or incompetence, or some mix. Whatever the case, the resulting bloodshed was all but necessary for the Kiev Cabal to finally take over. And considering his eminent competence, they made Parubiy security chief for all of Ukraine as soon as they could.
Sniper Investigator?
Reports from early March, before the Yakimenko accusations, spoke of a parliamentary investigation Parubiy himself was selected to lead. The apparent conflict of interest may, or may not, be why MP Moskal now seems to be in charge of that.
But in a May 21 interview for Euractiv, Parubiy speaks of a probe that sounds different, a probe blaming Russian Special forces -- Spetsnaz -- for penetrating his security cordon.Asked about the snipers, with the note "you must have first-hand information," he sidestepped his own direct knowledge and told Euractiv:
"Now that we are conducting investigations, we have found that 18 Spetsnaz, including snipers, were in Maidan. The investigation will reveal from which points they were shooting, but I can already say that they did everything they could to spill blood and provoke civil unrest."
"We have a working hypothesis which would be confirmed or rejected by the investigation, that in the most difficult days they shot equally -- at Berkut and at the Maidan activists. Their aim was to instigate a more violent civic unrest ... that Russia could warm its hands at this fire."
"We know that Russian snipers shot at both sides."
As Washington's Blog noted in March, "everyone agrees that the snipers were false flag terrorists sewing chaos and confusion. ... they only disagree about who the responsible party is." This is another example, and (as we'll see) the worst theory yet. And just look at who is trying to feed it to us.
Master Thug
From February 18-20, security forces and civilians were, as Parubiy says, killed somewhat "equally" by these snipers to create "violent civic unrest." But there was a telling pattern to how different parts of that were timed.
First, consider how ten unarmed policemen were shot dead the night of February 18th, forcing a decision to bring in armed security forces. That allowed later killings to be realistically blamed on them, as happened. (Were these the same provocateurs present a day and a half later, or a different shift?)
By the 20th, a force was assembled on the Maidan adequate to stomp the police out by noon and shoot the Berkut out of their nearest posts by 12:45.
http://www.globalresearch.ca/who-was-...

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