While the current round of ethnic cleansing and genocide carried out in Palestine pauses for 72 hours, the hardship and heartbreak of the eastern Ukrainian peoples of Donetsk and Lugansk continues. The video below illustrates not only the destructive nature of the artillery being used on civilian populations, but that the artillery IS being used on the civilian population.August 6, 2014 By The Red Pill
This along with the use of illegal weapons systems like the GRAD, that is forbidden for use in civilian areas, and reports of the use of phosphorus bombs, also prohibited by the Geneva Convention as a weapon of mass destruction, should give the honest researcher pause. Any time a government will go so far as to collectively punish a population for the simple act of wanting to separate shows themselves as the barbarous and fascist ones, and not those who want to become independent.
Human Rights watch recently stated
“The use of indiscriminate rockets in (eastern Ukraine) populated areas violates international humanitarian law, or the laws of war, and may amount to war crimes.
Human Rights Watch called on all parties to the conflict in eastern Ukraine, particularly Ukrainian government forces, to stop using Grad rockets in or near populated areas because of the likelihood of killing and wounding civilians”
Video: Village of Shakhtyorsk, August 4, 2014 Scherbakov Street
Translated by Valentina Lisitsa / Subtitles by Marcel Sardo
The Ukrainian government has admitted redeploying Short-Range Ballistic Missile Tochka-U (NATO classification: SS-21 Scarab) units within firing range of Donetsk and Lugansk. There is already evidence of either this terrifying weapon or something very similar having been used in a Ukrainian strike on Shakhtyorsk. The strike targeted civilians – no militiaman was anywhere close. Provided for you below is video evidence if the aftermath of this event and the scars it left behind.
How can any government or those who support them, carry out such maniacal violence on innocent men, women, and children? An estimated 100,000 people have had to leave their homes for the violence being carried out against them. A greater number can’t leave having no where to go and no means by which to leave, generally the poor the sick and the elderly. Plus an estimated 750,000 have left Ukraine altogether most to neighboring Russia, creating a humanitarian crisis that the Ukrainian and US governments still deny is happening.
Their have also been over 1,100 deaths and upwards of 3,500 injured since the fighting began. With estimates being conservative it is highly likely that these figures are very much understated.
Stayed tuned for more on these and other developing stories.