March 16th, 2015

NKVD Officer

Crimea. The Path to the Motherland. Afterword



A more detailed review of the documentary "Crimea. The Path to the Motherland".
Yesterday I watched it together with friends and acquaintances who took part in this process. Overall, people had positive impressions about the film, although certain moments were sacrificed for the benefit of tolerance, which was a pain to see.
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NKVD Officer

When hatred finds an outlet



The events in Konstantinovka are the best illustration for a thesis that silent hatred of the "liberated" towards their "liberators" is slowly growing under the foot of the fascist occupation. Today this hatred broke out. The death of a woman and her child is not the reason but rather a trigger for the accumulated hatred to break through to the foreground. The emergent spontaneous riot, for which the junta itself gave the pretext, has every feature of a spontaneous outburst of mass hatred towards those who were still tolerated earlier. Whether this spontaneous riot will have continuation or if it will be suppressed over the next day -- we'll see. Konstantinovka is located rather deeply in the rear of the junta military group in Donbass. The reserves that cover the Slavyansk-Kramatorsk agglomeration and also the Artyomovsk group of the enemy are located next to it. I would like to wish luck and courage to those who are currently fighting in Konstantinovka, things will be very hard for them.
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