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Well Comrades I thought I should write down my thoughts on the upheavals we are witnessing in Ukraine.
It seem Lenin was right when he said there are decades where nothing happens and then weeks when decades happen. In less than a month the political landscape of Ukraine has changed dramatically. The government of Viktor Yanukovych has been ousted and an intern government of questionable character has taken its place. While the Crimea looks sets to become part of the Russian Federation.
As the situation is developing almost hour I do my best to keep up.
For starters while I think the People of Ukraine do have legitimate grievances I doubt membership to the European Union will help them and the Euromadian movement's rightist nature means it can't be trusted to deal these problems.
Dispit the claims the events in Ukraine are less a revolution and akin to the March on Rome or the 1923 Munich Putsch. The Euromaidan have shown themselves to be deeply fascistic, along with this party9999999.deviantart.com/ar…
the movement has also struck out hard against the Communist Party of Ukraine attacking members, raiding it's headquarters and now banned it along with the Party of Regions.
Now there are those say we shouldn't judge the Euromaidan movement "because the actions of a few" I’m just going to say you don't need to eat the whole apple to know it's rotten and Euromaidan is rotten to it core with rightists.
One troubling feature of this crisis is the western media and governments habit of glossing over the fact that the Euromadian movement is being spearhead by fascist parties such as the Right Sector and Sloboda. Make of that what you will.
Anyway that my take on this crisis please leave your thoughts in the comment section.