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'I dare you to take my gun!' AK-47-toting Ukraine far-right leader tells officials

26.02.2014 14:21

Regional parliament members in a Ukrainian city held a session at gunpoint when one of the radical nationalist opposition leaders came to them, armed to the teeth, as the law of power seems to be prevailing in the tumultuous post-coup country.

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chuck rush 28.03.2014 18:24

I see there was no need for a double dare. RIP nazi. We are all still human, this man became confused and delusional about what matters during life. Racism is never the solution.


Iris Byrne 26.03.2014 13:43

This guy belonged to groups financed by Royal Dutch Shell. Put the names of groups he belonged to in search engines and see the names that pop up.


Opperdienaar 25.03.2014 20:24

Is this the guy who is dead now after they came for his gun with more guns?


Tom Simpson 25.03.2014 02:18

Before German fascism became fashionable, it was institutionalized in Italy. Swiss fascists preceded both. It's one thing for a private citizen or group of private citizens to promote fascist ideas. It's quite another when those ideas hold a position of power in government. Q. Where does the $$ come from to empower fascist ideologues? A. Bankers! Hitler's financial support came from BOE head Montague Norman, Union Bank Officer Prescott Bush, Brown Brothers Harriman, Avrerill Harriman, JP Morgan, Thomas Lamont. Hitler was on his way to jail until Bush bailed him out. Are bankers behind Nazi Putsch in Ukraine.


Israel Has No Right to Exist 12.03.2014 10:04

If I was Putin I would give money and support to this guy, Aleksandr Muzychko and his organization, to burn church and synagogue and even more stupid things.
That would give Russia very good excuse to occupies, not only Crimea, but the whole of Ukraine and annexes it to Russia.


Vivek Mishra 07.03.2014 10:50

i am just imagining, what would have happened in America, if that guy were to be taking an AK47 to City council, or just to any official Building.
Americ a supports such atrocities in Ukraine, But american cops kills kids who are carrying remotes to PlayStation's Remote, because they "thought" that was a "kind of an small firing arm", and that's completely okay and democratic and for the peoples of America.
and at the end of the day, America is the World Hero.


Brad 02.03.2014 09:59

"Democracy" ; is brought to you and your loved ones with a dropping of a bomb, and now it's also delivered through the chamber of a gun.


CanadianBolshevik 01.03.2014 20:22

This NAZI big mouth should keep talking. That way it will be easier for President Putin, anti-fascist Ukrainians, Russians and others to find him and take more than his gun away.


Per Fransson 01.03.2014 13:40

USA made all this mess in Europe. Strong Russia or Strong Europe is not required by USA. Also USA afraid friendship Russia and Europe. That is why they produce this scenario. Very simple. Look at west Ukrainian Nazi a think one more time about welcome them to EU


Maris Viktors 01.03.2014 10:05

Fabricated no doubt as most things here about countries that don't see eye to eye with Russia (which is most countries.


squillaempusa 01.03.2014 01:34

we need some guys like this to come to America for a few weeks and straighten out our police force full of bullies.


Musoki 28.02.2014 10:39

Blackberry 27.02.2014 00:04

And you have proof to back up your statement?

LOL Of course not. No Proof. No facts.


After watching this video and others with the same guy in it, you are asking for a proof? Well, show us this guy behind the bars, and then ask for a proof


Musoki 28.02.2014 10:33

philip 27.02.2014 03:24

...But I know my father, who was gentle and loving man, he had nightmares about what he had to do, killing people as part of being a Royal Marine Commando in 1944/45. I only saw him cry once; he was in tears and said "I killed that man...I had to kill him".


What do you do with a man like this fat MF? Can one even talk to him?


Bruce D 28.02.2014 09:59

I think the CEC is probably corrupt and that is the reason Yanukovich won election. The guy with the AK wanted to ensure that the elections were fair. I don't think brandishing the AK was the best way to do it. I could understand, though. It is not likely that there is any other legal mechanism in Ukraine to ensure fair elections. If there are to be fair elections, they will have to be internationally supervised.


Roger Rogers 28.02.2014 03:51

Perhaps the only other way to prevent a total breakdown of law and order (leading to WW3) is to point the anger in a different direction than to their fellow Russian/Caucaisans?
Special forces teams wil be being trained for `particular eventualities`. ....but not from the West Ukraine or the USA, who clearly re outside their scope of power and influence in something which is so critical.


TRaTSeRiF 27.02.2014 20:52

While I am pro open-carry and concealed-carry, I'm definitely against brandishing/pointing a gun as a negotiating tactic or for intimidation or for any reason other than legal sport shooting activities, hunting and lawful self-defense.

He isn't gonna win over any moderate Ukrainians with his tactics. I really hope for a true free and democratic election down there. The Nazi may be in for a surprise.


K B 27.02.2014 19:49

Anyone in Ukraine who does not agree with this undemocratic overthrow and violence should immediately seek independence. They are scared of a counter revolution in Kiev.


Ted Jenkins 27.02.2014 19:11

Such extremists will be disarmed or killed with the full satisfaction of both NATO and Russia. Worms who have crawled out from the soil during the disorders. Now many are identified. They are finished.


Frank 27.02.2014 13:18

The USA has poured five billion dollars into this mess in the hope a friendly government will emerge that will allow the Zionist western bankers to loot the country. As corrupt as the former Yanukovich government was, Ukraine citizens will see what it is like to jump from the frying pan into the fire if a western friendly government comes to power.

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