Kiev Mayor Suspended over Violent Crackdown of pro-EU Rally

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Kiev Mayor Olexander Popov and the Deputy Chief of Ukraine’s Security Council Volodymyr Syvkovych have been suspended over the brutal crackdown of a protest on November 30. According to a media statement of the administration of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, the decision was taken at the request of Ukraine’s Prosecutor-General over suspicions that the two breached the constitutional rights of citizens. Earlier on Saturday, Ukraine’s Prosecutor General Viktor Pshonka said at a press conference that he suspected that the two had exceeded their authority by ordering the chief of police in Kiev to use violence against the demonstrators. He added that the two officials would very soon be imposed a remand measure of house arrest, according to reports of the BGNES news agency. On the night of November 30, riot police violently dispersed a pro-EU rally on Kiev’s Independence Square, leaving scores of injured, many of them students. Ukrainians protested…

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Multiculturalism:America’s Destruction III

U.S. Constitutional Free Press


Politics is the practical exercise of acting on one’s beliefs, convictions, and faith. As a person believes in his heart so is he. So the uniqueness that is America, is that the people do have the last word. The progressives have overplayed their hand, they are now exposed and naked before the American public, and found to be wanting….

Like a drunk who drinks expecting a different result….


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