September 4, 2014
Ukraine launches ‘the wall’ project to build protective fence at Russian border
Summary of the most important events for September 3, 2014
1. On Tuesday, September 3, they informed in the Ministry Cabinet that Ukraine launches a national project ‘The wall’ to strengthen the border with Russia. Wall with barbed wire is 2 meters high and should be installed along Ukrainian-Russian border. In some areas it should be energized. The area near the wall is to be mined and surrounded with protective moats.
This is a good decision. Bu [according to Dmytro Tymchuk] it is necessary to transform this project into international one with participation of all Russia’s neighbors. It would be a right step to surround Putin’s empire with barbed wire. Beasts have to seat in a cage.
2. The government begins to work on new military doctrine. As it was pointed out by Prime Minister Yatseniuk: ‘with clear definition of who is an aggressor and who is a threat. In this new defense doctrine Russia should be recognized as aggressor state and the only state that threatens our territorial integrity and national safety’.
It is high time to do it.
3. The Parliamentary Committee on Legislative Support of Law Enforcement recommended to Parliament to pass the bill #4262, that presupposes temporary termination of Ukrainian citizenship. This is for those who have been sentenced for crimes against national security (The Constitution prohibits the deprivation of nationality, but it is not a problem to stop it temporarily”.
This is the nice move. Person without citizenship cannot hold positions in government, dispose property and is even deprived of the right to vote. So that our regionals [members of Party of Regions that rule the previous regime] and Communists longing for Russian might be deprived of citizenship for 90 years. One says they will not live that much? Well, this is not our problem. Let them try hard.
Source: Facebook, head of Centre of Military and Political Studies and coordinator of Information Resistance group Dmytro Tymchuk