September 9, 2014
March against Russia’s aggression scheduled for September 21 in Moscow
Summary of the most important events for September 8, 2014 by head of Centre of Military and Political studies and coordinator of Information Resistance group Dmytro Tymchuk.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko states that since the beginning of the so-called truce they have managed to release a large number of Ukrainian hostages. Before the announcement of the truce Ukrainian militants have finally managed to begin to form united list of hostages. We do hope that there will be at least one positive result of the truce – all our guys who have been captured by terrorists or Russians, will get home and nobody will be forgotten.
The situation with civilian hostages is worse. There is information only of those whose families have appealed to law enforcement or Security Service of Ukraine
Another announcement of Poroshenko. When meeting militants in Mariupol on September 8 he promised that all those who are responsible for tragedy in Ilovaisk would be punished. ‘The reasons of severe losses will be examined and analyzed to avoid such things in future’, – the President said.
The statement is encouraging. Because, unfortunately, any servicemen higher in rank that commander of battalion has been held responsible for mistakes that cost lives of many soldiers. The army will not be able to learn on its mistakes until the government begins to hold officers of high rank responsible despite their rank.
On September 21 in Moscow there will be held a march against Russia’s aggression against Ukraine. The organizers of the protest action have informed that about 50 000 people would participate in it.
This is a good opportunity to calculate how many Russians have remained humans in the country of total hatred and zombie-making. There is a reason to hope that the star of freedom will rise above Russia. And it is encouraging that there are Russians who don’t sell their souls to the devil and approach the time of freedom.
Source: Information Resistance group