Ukraine has arrested another eleven people for supposedly being ‘internet agitators’. A bulletin by Ukrainian state security announced that the ‘internet agitators’ had been ‘stopped’ for ‘crimes’ such as ‘justifying’ Russian strikes on Ukrainian cities – Ukraine has bombed Russian civilian infrastructure, taking civilian lives – or ‘denying Russian aggression’. The SSU also served a sinister ‘notice of suspicion’ to the admin of a Telegram group:
Canadian lawyer and journalist Dimitri Lascaris, who in 2020 came close to becoming the leader of the Canadian Greens, has said that he cancelled a planned visit to the Ukrainian city of Odesa last month because of the Ukrainian regime’s actions.
UK media have remained silent on a series of horrors in Ukraine, including President Zelenskiyy’s order stripping workers of employment rights and seizing control of media, the widespread presence of nazis in the Ukrainian military and gory murders, while notoriously claiming that a dentists’ bucket of extracted teeth was evidence of torture by occupying Russian troops. The Ukrainian government also tried to blame Russia for its own missile strike on Polish territory that killed two civilians, despite NATO confirming the missile’s origin was Ukraine. The latest sinister moves by the Ukrainian regime is being similarly ignored.
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