We don’t want Poroshenko in the UK

Everywhere Petro Poroshenko, current president of Ukraine, goes on his campaign to get re-elected he meets with protestors from the extreme right. The chocolate magnate in 2014 started the first civil-war in near 100 years bringing some 10,000 non-combat deaths to his own people. To achieve this he formerly relied on those very militants who... Continue Reading →

Ukraine – the end of democracy

Just over a week ago I left this┬ácomment on Craig Murray's blog. I have used it as the featured image for this post. I was almost spot on in suggesting that something would happen to prevent elections when I wrote: "The west has forgotten that the Fascists dictated to from Kiev are constantly bombarding these... Continue Reading →

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