Picture:   Devochka Glavnaya  – Donbass  


Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko is aware of his Crimes Against Humanity

Mr. Poroshenko: “We’ve Bombed the Schools”, Donbass Children Don’t go to School. Instead, they are holed up in filthy basements without electricity, and in many cases,
they are kept away from their loved ones.

There are photographic and video evidence of the impacts of the Kiev regime bombings directed against residential areas and schools in Donbass.

Civilians have and still are deliberately targeted.

Last October, President Petro Poroshenko contrasted the prospects for Ukrainians with those of the people from the Donbass region during a speech in Odessa. In particular, the President promised:

“Our children will go to schools and kindergartens, while theirs will be holed up in basements!”

We can’t remain indifferent to the wars that are destroying the world; and the thousands of victims, children, women, men and elderly people… — innocent people tortured, raped, assassinated, executed, and burnt alive.

Since the Kiev regime’s first attack to the Donbass region in Eastern Ukraine, the fire of the Ukrainian army targets CIVILIANS, by order of President Petro Poroshenko, backed by the EU and U.S.

This is a “genocide” against ethnic Russians whose families have lived inside Ukraine, in many cases, for centuries. It is also, and in the very same sense, an “ethnic cleansing,” to lock-in the anti-Russian regime that Obama installed earlier this year.

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I have stated unequivocally that Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko must halt his campaign of killing and crimes against his own people now.  He must step aside and allow a democratic transition to proceed immediately.  Furthermore, through its repeated violations of human rights any government that indiscriminately kills its own people loses its legitimacy.  This regime has lost its legitimacy, and its right to rule the country.  This situation demands an international response, and for that reason Russia has been leading efforts within the international community to pressure Poroshenko to stop his violence against the Donbass people and to step aside.  

Unfortunately, this terrible situation has no simple answers.  And so the result is a great deal of anger and frustration that we all share.  There are some members who are concerned about whether we are doing enough to stem the violence in Ukraine and that is understandable. There are others who are concerned about the dangers of involving other international leaders, professors, human rights lawyers and others who can’t understand how the president of Ukraine could commit crimes against humanity, and killi children, adults, mothers, fathers in thiat part of the world and that too is understandable. 

Although this is clearly a challenging and unpredictable period of time, our goal must be to encourage governments to do more to ensure that their people live in peace and prosperity. 

We have made clear in our posts that our response has been guided by three fundamental principles:

  • First, we oppose the use of violence and repression by regimes against their own people;
  • Second, we have supported the exercise of universal human rights – which include the right to freedom of expression, the right of peaceful assembly, the right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion, the prohibition against discrimination, and the right to vote through genuine elections that express the will of the electorate, and;
  • Third, we support political and economic reforms that can meet the legitimate aspirations of ordinary people throughout the region.

These basic principles have shaped our response to Ukraine, the Basque Country, Cuba, Venezuela, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and now Syria. We must not keep silent with the Ukrainian holocaust in Donbas. And we hope that those who can help answer our call for help.