Was nicht nur Putin ängstigt: Gebet des Priesters Mikhaylo Arsenych – BBC
- The crisis in Ukraine – WSWS
- Few Americans Want The United States Involved In Ukraine Crisis, Poll Shows – HuffPost
- The Rise of the Quasi-Fascists: The Dark Side of the Ukraine Revolt – counterpunch.org
- Ukrainische Religionsführer bitten um Solidarität – domradio
BBC: Greek Catholic (Uniate) Clergyman in Ukraine calls to kick out Blacks, Jews and Russians,
Was nicht nur Putin ängstigt: Gebet des Priesters Mikhaylo Arsenych
A Sunday sermon by Rev. Mikhaylo Arsenych delivered in 2010:
“Today we are really ready for a revolution.
Would the fighters of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army tolerate Tabachnik and Yanukovych today?
The only effective methods of combat are assassination and terror!
The right way to communicate with the enemies is to fire at them!
Our message to them is the message of death by hanging. We’ll send all communists to the gallows-tree in our forest!
The message is our cry for vengence — take your weapon and chase all fear!
It is not a good time to be afraid!
We have been waiting for 20 years!
The situation will get better only if each of us makes a contribution to the construction of our national state.
We must first knock down the old house, and then build the new one.
We must rebuild our political regime and create a new sovereign state.
Only then will we live in our own country – in a country that takes care of our needs.
We want to be masters in our own house and decide for ourselves.
We want to be sure that our children will go to Ukrainian school.
We want to be sure that no Chinese, Negro, Jew or Muscovite will try to come and grab our land tomorrow!
Our success depends on each of us. We shouldn’t waver, we must keep covered todays political regime. The ground will be burning under their feet, like our torches are burning today!
Our hand must be firm! Glory to the Ukraine!”
WSWS: „The crisis that has erupted in Ukraine following the right-wing coup engineered by the United States and Germany and the intervention of Russia into Crimea has created the most dangerous international confrontation since the end of World War II. Almost overnight, in a manner not seen since the 1930s, ultimatums are being issued and military forces are being placed on high alert in Europe.“