Extracts from Buzina’s last interview: My position is inconvenient to the current government


Original article: 24today.net
Translated by Irena Raicevic / Edited by @GBabeuf


Buzina’s last interview: My position is inconvenient to the current government

Only two days ago, on Monday, April 13, journalist and writer Oles Buzina, gave an interview to Radio Vesti.

Regarding his departure from ‘Segodnya’ [Ukrainian newspaper –ed.]: “I left for a very simple reason. I had no interest in being a scapegoat… I had requested to be relieved of managerial responsibility for the website version of Segodnya. Why should I have to take responsibility for Sveta Panyushkina’s sins? Material was being penned whose publication I did not agree with. This material was coming ‘from above’. Above me was the general director, Potapov. I told him—I will not publish this material. “No, you have to publish it,” he said. It was then that I told him I was resigning.”

Regarding the film director, Oleg Sentsov

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Murder of Oles Buzina— a campaign of intimidation by NATO?


Original: Убийство Бузины – акция устрашения НАТО
Translated by Valentina Lisitsa / Edited by @GBabeuf

Having considered some of the circumstances of the death of Oles Buzina, we are leaning towards the conclusion that his murder is one element in a bloody campaign unleashed by NATO with the aim of intimidating dissenters in Ukraine. Yet another victim of this campaign—Oleg Kalashnikov.

Judge for yourself:

The Ukrainian website “Mirotvorets” [The Peacekeeper] publishes personal information of “separatists”, “partisans of the Russian Universe” and other enemies of the Kiev regime. On April 13, 2015, a user named “404” published on this website all personal information on Oleg Kalashnikov:

https://psb4ukr.org/criminal/kalashnikov-oleg-ivanovich/   [Screenshot S1 – Translation see on bottom of page]


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