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Henry M. Robert

Donetsk hoots in support of Ukraine’s integrity

22 May, 2014 - 10:37
THE LARGEST PEACE RALLY TOOK PLACE AT THE DONBASS ARENA STADIUM WITH MORE THAN A THOUSAND PARTICIPANT / SPhoto by Oleksandr YERMOCHENKO

Donetsk dwellers gradually start overcoming the fear. Terror, established by criminals for the residents of the region to the Russian fiddle, is not scary anymore, but outright irritating. Recently a video appeared on the Internet, in which Ukrainian women who live in Kramatorsk drove terrorists away. Several women approached a van with armed criminals who wore masks and St. George’s ribbons with a demand to leave their street.

“Get out of our home, get out of our district, get out of our city!” the women shouted. “Go where you are wanted. Just look at you, picking up a habit to hide behind women and children. And the police stands and does nothing, because they wear St. George’s ribbons too, you all come from the same gang. There is no need to provoke shootings here. Because of you, our children cannot go to kindergartens and schools. People are hiding. For how much longer can this terror go on? Get out of here!”

Terrorists started threatening women, but this annoyed them even more. As a result, the van with criminals was forced to move away and then hide at the so-called separatist base (watch the video at The Day’s website).

Women from Kramatorsk received tremendous support. Here are some comments from an open group “Kramatorsk” on Facebook:

“20th October Anniversary Street must be renamed into Heroines of Kramatorsk, or something like that, we should make a contest. This seems to be the beginning of the anti-terrorist operation!” wrote Inna Romashat.

“Hirkin wanted to call up women... So, here they are. But I am afraid, he will get a good thrashing from them himself... A lot of respect for those ladies!” Danil Dereza wrote.

By Ivan KAPSAMUN, Olha KHARCHENKO, The Day; Maria PROKOPENKO
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