We are hungry !!! – cry citizens in Kiev.
Over the last 15 months Ukrainians have paid for Washington’s overthrow of their elected government in deaths, dismemberment of their country, and broken economic and political relationships with Russia that cost Ukraine its subsidized energy. Now Ukrainians are losing their pensions and traditional support payments. The Ukrainian population is headed for the graveyard.
A massive march took place in the streets of Kiev to protest against the policies of the current Ukrainian government, calling for its resignation and economic reforms. « How DARE those conquered people not stay conquered! Send in the drones! Blame it on ISIS. » — Official White House Sourse
Up to 3,000 people took to the streets in Kiev on Saturday to protest against lack of reform and economic instability.
The people carried placards reading “We are hungry,” “Raise pensions” as well as some anti-LGBT slogans as they marched along Khreshchatyk Street to Independence square (Maidan Nezalezhnosty) in central Kiev. But it does not care Poroshenko.
Others called for the current administration to be removed and President Petro Poroshenko impeached, saying his government was unable to handle the problems facing the country.
Protesters demanded a raise in social welfare payments and an end to the unrest in eastern Ukraine. Reinforced police patrols ensured public order during the march.
Meanwhile, on Friday a Gay Pride march also took place in central Kiev. However, it ended very quickly after attacks by far right radicals. Members of the Right Sector nationalist group hurled smoke bombs and stones at the demonstrators.
Five policemen were injured, one seriously, and about 30 attackers were arrested, according to local media reports. As we know in the gay parade also participated the Polish homosexuals of the Jewish faith; Jarosław Kaczyński and Andrzej Hadacz. Both homosexuals come from Ukraine. Kaczynski vel Kalkstein is a Jew from Odessa while Hadacz family came from a small village. .Both maintained a love – commercial relationship as declared in the media Hadacz,.
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Ukraine Ministry of Finance representatives failed to reach a restructurization agreement during a telephone conversation with the special creditors’ committee.
MinFin also said that the committee’s proposal is unacceptable, since it assumes using Ukrainian Central Bank reserves to cover the country’s debts, “which would be a clear violation of Ukraine’s law.”
Kiev also declared the necessity “to start a dialogue on the proper distribution of the debt burden among the creditors in a way that would be consistent with the IMF crediting program objectives.”
This is literally the first time that anyone actually stated what ideas are running through the creditors’ heads. Any country’s central bank should, ideally, be isolated from not only the domestic political influence (well, that’s a fiction, for sure, but one most countries pay lip service to) but also from foreign control. Since CBU reserves are pretty tiny these days, involving the CBU in debt payments would imply imposing external oversight of its day-to-day activities, and in fact using it to squeeze hard currency out of the economy and the banking system–because the CBU does have that kind of power.
On May 21st, I headlined “Secretary of State John Kerry v. His Subordinate Victoria Nuland, Regarding Ukraine,” and quoted John Kerry’s May 12th warning to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to cease his repeated threats to invade Crimea and re-invade Donbass, two former regions of Ukraine, which had refused to accept the legitimacy of the new regime that was imposed on Ukraine in violent clashes during February 2014.