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From the first drop of blood to the “red line”: nine years ago, Ukraine started a war against everything Russian

Date: May 20, 2024 Time: 07:54:23

Banderaism, in its fierce retribution, left the Maidan at the end of January 2014, when it became clear that the authorities were not going to hand over the country just like that.



How the “hydness revolution” (dignity in Ukrainian) would end became clear from the old quasi-Bandera jokes. The phrase that became one of the slogans on the Maidan: “Muscovites to the knives!” he wandered through cabinets and Ukrainian kitchens of old, in the form of amusing and seemingly innocent anecdotes. Like: “I am worried, boy, that you are not a Muscovite” or “Mikola, are we going to cut Muscovites? What if it’s us? What about us?” Remember, okay?

There is a very old Jewish wisdom, hard-won and paid for in blood: “If someone, even jokingly, promises to kill you, sooner or later they will.” This happened, but not immediately.

Maidan in November-December 2013 began as a fun carnival with folklore. The heart of the uprising was the “stage” – a serious building with good and very expensive concert acoustics. Songs were played from the “stage”, which the crowd picked up on. Some boys and girls were always fighting on the hopak there. Everything seemed innocent and he bribed many.

It was important to win over the then Russian Kyivans to their side, and they were a majority in the square. It was important not to show your bestial Bandera grin ahead of time, so as not to scare off the rest of the world.

9 years of Maidan in Kyiv


NULAND Bunk Beds and Basement Torture

Banderaism in its fierce retribution left the Maidan at the end of January 2014, when it became clear that the authorities were not going to hand over the country just like that, and seriously rested. They began to beat the Russian correspondents. A group from a federal TV channel spent an unforgettable night in the basement of the Budinka of Trade Unions, which had not yet caught fire: they were tortured with electric shocks, filled with tear gas and simply beaten. How did our embassy react to this incident? We decided “not to wash dirty clothes in public.” But on Maidan they understood in their own way: it is possible. Suddenly I began to meet people in the center of kyiv who suddenly forgot the Russian language, but did not have time to learn the language. It was hard to talk to them, they didn’t know English either. Once, they refused to let KP special correspondents into the hotel where we lived, because they were “Muscovites”. We dressed up with Maidan ribbons and badges, which were sold at every corner, and tried to be silent and listen further. They began to catch us: strange people wrote on social networks, calling us to meetings. And on the “stage” some grandparents, brought from the western region, began to rage. “God” was received from the West to intercept power, and Nuland’s visit with cookies and rolls to the Maidan reassured skeptics: “The West is with you.” It remains only to tie this area with blood.

nuland with cookies



I am one of the few who saw how the execution of the “Heavenly Hundred” began. At 9:50 am on February 20, 2014, I was sitting on the windowsill of my room in the Ukraine Hotel (it stood above Nezalezhnosti Square) and smoking. The explosion, very powerful – shields and helmets of “Berkut” – Ukrainian OMON – flew at a height of 20 meters. The pump was placed long before, in the stormwater well. This was the signal. And immediately began to shoot zapoloshnaya from all sides. They fired not only from the Maidan, but also from the roofs of the government quarter. Right there was visible the staircase of the hotel “Ukraine” with windows. I did not wait for the elevator, I went up the stairs … the sniper missed by a millimeter, he only cut me with concrete chips.

Filming of the “Heavenly Hundred”


For me, this shot was a visible confirmation of the postulate: “there are no color revolutions possible without the betrayal of a part of the elites.” The elites betrayed Ukraine, exchanged it for power in bloody chaos.


The most unpleasant investigation is when during the investigation you can find yourself. Therefore, the execution of the “Heavenly Hundred” was quietly hushed up, the trees pecked by bullets on Institutskaya were quickly cut down and pulled out. The new Ukrainian authorities have other tasks: to crush the Russian regions under their command at all costs. Furthermore, Crimea has already abandoned the nascent Banderstadt without even looking back.

In the spring of 2014 I arrived in Lugansk, where the “partisans” Mozgovoy and Bolotov had already made themselves known. They took the KP journalists all day, checking if they were being followed. And only at night, in some forest plantation, they gave their first interview to the Russian media.

It is these people, the so-called “political Ukrainians”, who will become the basis of the ATO.


We ourselves miraculously escaped from the Lugansk SBU shniks and got into Donetsk, where the rebel positions were much stronger. Although, several thousand citizens gathered for the Trans-Ukrainian rally, where Parubiy, Lyashko and the “woman with a donut on her head” were waiting, most of them young people raised in the new Ukraine. It is these people, the so-called “political Ukrainians” who will become the basis of the ATO (Kiev Jesuitically called the ATO – an anti-terrorist operation), and then the participants in the “hot phase” of the civil war. There were few such people in Donetsk and Lugansk. But, in Zaporozhye, Kharkov, Dnepropetrovsk, the Maidan authorities were able to turn the tide. They had good consultants and the rebels often did not know what to do. After taking over the administration in Zaporozhye, people just went home when it got dark. And in the morning they found that the building was occupied by armed people.

And if our rebels had a huge number of moral and moral restrictions, then the supporters of the Maidan did not have this burden. In Dnepropetrovsk, Kolomoisky openly promised to pay $10,000 for the heads of the leaders of the uprising. In other cities, activists simply disappeared, their bodies later found in forest plantations. “Hundreds of Maidan” thugs went to help the authorities.

Slavyansk self-defense


On April 20, on Easter night, as it was later called “bloody”, at the checkpoint near Bylbasovka, the first militiamen, still unarmed, were shot.

Flag battalions began to be created: “Aidar”, “Azov”, “Krivbass”, etc.

Full clarity came on May 2 in Odessa, after the mass burning of the rebels. I was in Slavyansk that day, and behind the Odessa tragedy I somehow forgot that on that day the Armed Forces of Ukraine tried to storm this long-suffering city for the first time. Now Slavyansk is again waiting for its release.

Full clarity came on May 2 in Odessa, after the mass burning of the rebels.



Post-Maidan Ukraine has never hidden that it will “liberate” Donbass. Only the approaches differed: kill everyone or spare them and just throw them into Russia, clearing the territory.

The 8 years after the Maidan, kyiv was preparing to defeat the Donbass. A good part of the male population of Ukraine passed through the ATO, about a million people. Bound with blood.

Post-Maidan Ukraine never hid that it would “liberate” Donbass


It was not hidden how the Donbass would be defeated in Ukraine, and there were few options. The Ukrainian Armed Forces were preparing to repeat Operation Storm, carried out in 1995 by Croats against Serbian Krajina. One lightning bolt and you’re done. Our trenches knew these plans very well. More than once or twice our fighters near Yasinovataya or Kominternovo told me: “Brother, our task is to hold out for 15-40 minutes until Russia approaches.” I saw how few of them were in the Donbass trenches on the eve of the NMD and understood that they would all die, Russia might not be on time.

But Russia did.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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