22 thoughts on “Czech president criticizes neo-nazi march in Ukraine

  1. Not only the Czech leader, but also the other EU leaders must realize that just thanks to new Kiev’s connivance such Ukrainian Neo-Nazis’ leaders as D. Yarosh ( http://www.romea.cz/en/news/world/ukraine-neo-nazi-leader-yarosh-tones-down-rhetoric-ahead-of-elections ) have got a chance to enter the country’s parliament and publicly glorify the bloody deeds of such Hitler’s followers here, in Europe, as notorious Breivik (http://www.youtube.com/jpFCdBKDUMM)! So Europe should immediately do all possible to put an end to Kiev’s Big Fix. Otherwise Ukrainian Neo-Nazism’ spreading turns out to be inevitable in Europe, too!


  2. But relations between Moscow and Berlin have deteriorated further in the past week due to the German chancellor’s refusal to comment on outrageous remarks made by Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk on German TV last week.

    He claimed that “all of us remember the Soviet invasion of Ukraine and Germany” in the second world war — a comment likely to increase panic among Ukrainian progressives concerned by the Kiev regime’s close links to far-right organisations that glorify nazi collaborator Stepan Bandera, whose Organisation of Ukrainian Nationalists murdered thousands of communists, Poles and Jews in World War II.

    Challenged by Moscow to distance herself from Mr Yatsenyuk, Ms Merkel’s office said it would not comment on his statement but added that it did not question Germany’s responsibility for the genocidal invasion of the Soviet Union.

    Berlin has been silent on the political persecution of the Ukrainian left.

    The Communist Party of Ukraine said lawyers had filed an application with the European Court of Human Rights this week concerning what it said was the illegal imprisonment of two of its members from Dneprodzerzhinsk, Dmitri Timofeev and S Tkachenko.



  3. SWITZERLAND: International Monetary Fund head Christine Lagarde revealed yesterday that Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko had asked for bailout loans.
    The two met at the World Economic Forum at the Swiss resort of Davos.
    Mr Poroshenko wants to replace the current £11 billion bailout package with a new one, though the US and EU have already pledged more money, demanding austerity measures in return.



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  7. Judge quits Communist treason case

    UKRAINIAN communists slammed the Kiev regime’s “desperate search for ways to evade responsibility for its crimes” yesterday after government bids to outlaw their party descended into farce.

    Presiding Judge Valery Kuzmenko, who was hearing the Justice Ministry’s suit attempting to outlaw Communist Party of Ukraine (KPU) on trumped up treason charges, dramatically resigned on Wednesday evening — saying authorities were putting pressure on the court.

    Prosecutors and police had searched his office and taken the computer containing documents relating to the case, Mr Kuzmenko said.

    “Such illegal actions,” he said, were “grounds for the rejection of the proceedings to ban the activities of the KPU.”

    The future of the ban bid was unclear yesterday as all the other judges on the Kiev District Administrative Court followed his lead and filed applications to be excused from hearing it.

    Communists in Ukraine have been under sustained attack since the Western-backed coup against former president Viktor Yanukovych a year ago.

    Monuments to the Russian revolution, its leader Lenin and to the Red Army’s victory over nazi Germany have been desecrated and the government launched its attempt to proscribe the party last summer, claiming that it supported the break-up of Ukraine after Crimea voted to rejoin Russia.

    But the communists refused to be silenced yesterday, condemning an EU proposal to send armoured cars to “monitor” the ceasefire agreed between the Kiev authorities and anti-fascist separatists in the east.

    The war would only be over when Ukraine acknowledged the rights of the people of the Donbass to “decide what language to speak, what church to go to, what script to read in.”

    Kiev’s war had caused “the death of thousands, hundreds of thousands maimed, young people’s destinies murdered,” KPU general secretary Petro Symonenko said.

    Communist Party of Britain leader Robert Griffiths expressed his solidarity with the Ukrainian party.

    “The persecution of the KPU is an outrageous attack on political and civil liberties that gives the lie to Western propaganda that this war is about democracy versus Russian expansionism,” he said.

    “This is a party which has had substantial electoral support but whose MPs have been physically attacked inside and outside parliament, demonstrating the nature of the authoritarian regime of President (Petro) Poroshenko as it wages war on its own people.”


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