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Ukrainian fascists attack people for condolence to Russia

In Odessa, the neo-Nazis from the Right Sector began harassing retired officer Oleg Efimov, who brought flowers to the Russian Consulate in memory of those who died in the recent plane crash.

 

Having heard of catastrophe with Russian aircraft in Sochi hundreds of Odessa residents came to Russian consulate in this Ukrainian city to express their condolences to fraternal nation. They were shocked with death of entire Soviet army chorus very popular among former Soviet citizens. But local fascists had other point of view. They were happy of catastrophe and heavy blow on Russian culture. Ukrainian fascists in Odessa are a small but aggressive minority. They tried to prevent   Odessa residents in their public expression of solidarity with Russia. First of all Ukrainian fascists picked up and throw away all flowers put to the consulate. But people came again and put more flowers. Afterwards fascists have arranged watch near the consulate.

On December 27 retired officer Oleg Efimov came with flowers to the consulate and met fascist patrol. He was not afraid to speak out against the leader of the Right Sector, Sergei Sternenko. The fascists filmed his answers. They were unable to come to terms with this defiant attitude and began to put pressure on him. The Ukrainian media have openly published personal information about Efimov, including his address, phone number, links to pages on social media, and various biographical details. Moreover – there are calls for violence. As it was reported it was State security of Ukraine, who gave all Efremov’s personal data to fascists. This type of collaboration between state security and fascist paramilitaries is typical for today’s Ukraine.

After these publications, a storm of threats poured down on Oleg Efimov, including vows of murder and demands that he leave his native Odessa.

Ukrainian opposition politicians remind us that the same Sternenko organized persecution against Odessa National University profesor Elena Radzikhovskaya, the mother of Andrei Brazhevsky, who was killed in the massacre at the House of Trade Unions on May 2, 2014. In modern Ukrainian history there are already cases where dissidents were killed after similar appeals and publications of personal data. The brashest

Unfortunately, political persecution has become the norm in today’s Ukraine, and human rights activists have been reluctant to deal with such cases. Law enforcement agencies are in a coma and unable to help in this situation was the murder of prominent Ukrainian journalist Oles Bezina in April 2015.. Therefore, it is up to the people ourselves to help, together with the whole world.

That is why Efimov’s case needs maximum publicity!

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