Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard
The former deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Aleksey Zhuravko called the so-called march of Ukrainian order that nationalists organised on a day, tragic for Odessa, on May 2nd “dancing on bones”.
About 1,000 people took part in the event, among them were activists of the radical groups “National Corpus-Odessa”, “Right Sector“, “Svoboda“, “National Druzhina“, and “Sokol“. The march took place under the slogans “Glory to Ukraine! – Glory to heroes!” and “Ukraine above all – Death to enemies!”. The column was accompanied by police officers.
The organisers of the event said that the intention of this march was to show the victory of the Ukrainian people, “which stopped on May 2nd, 2014 in Odessa the scenario of the disintegration of the country”.
According to Zhuravko, those who haven’t built even a doghouse in the life became the participants of this march. “They have zero knowledge. <…> I only have disgust for them,” he admitted.
The organisation of this action, according to him, became possible thanks to the SBU and financing from western intelligence agencies. The hundreds of flags, posters, the banners prepared for May 2nd that were used by participants of the march, and inscriptions on their t-shirts became the proof of this.
“The participants of this march were brought from all over Ukraine in their hundreds by buses and trains, as a rule, from Western Ukraine. So this is a pure kind of march of non-locals, the march of new occupiers,” he said.
At the same time he noted with indignation that the European authorities didn’t react to the events in any way: “Europe, as always, is once again blind”. Zhuravko also focused on the actions of the Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko, who continues, according to him, “to herd people into a corner”.
“He, probably, forgot that the spring doesn’t contract indefinitely. And one day it will recoil,” noted the former deputy, having assured that all slogans of nationalists about a victory on May 2nd on “the bones of innocent people” won’t be forgotten by the inhabitants of Odessa.
The politician appealed directly to the participants of the action, having explained to them that if they make the choice to become “cannon fodder” for this regime, then they have to be ready to “fall to the floor from shame”. “And nobody will remember you. Especially with gratitude,” he added.
In conclusion Zhuravko urged Ukrainians to save the country from the Kiev authorities, which have sat “on the American lead” for a long time. It is precisely because of them, according to him, that Ukraine can stop to exist on the world map.
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