ALERT: Sourced from Russian State-Controlled Media
Anti-Spiegal.ru – The Western media conceal everything that does not fit into the picture. A terror regime is developing in Kiev-controlled Ukraine.
Ukraine has been transformed into a dictatorship since at least the beginning of 2021, with all opposition TV stations and critical websites banned by decree and the head of the strongest opposition party placed under house arrest. Political murders were also not uncommon in Ukraine after 2014. However, all of this is largely unknown in the West. Murders and disappearances in recent days
On March 5, a video was released showing Ukrainian MP Nestor Shufrich being held by the collar by a uniformed man and shouted at for his political positions. This has been reported by many Russian and Ukrainian media. I could not find any reports about his further fate.
On March 6, it was reported that Denis Kireev, a member of the Ukrainian negotiating delegation, was killed in Kiev. There are various reports about the circumstances of his death. The Ukrainian Defense Ministry reported that he was killed during a special operation, while Ukrainian MPs reported that he was shot by Ukrainian intelligence for treason. However, the fact that a member of the Kyiv negotiating delegation died under such strange circumstances has caused little question in Western media.
On March 10, RT-DE ran an article listing another six cases of government critics who appear to have been kidnapped and possibly murdered. On March 20, RT-DE published an article about three more government critics who have disappeared or been detained without warrants by Ukrainian intelligence. Also on March 20, the shooting of a critic of the Kiev government in the Russian-controlled city of Kherson showed how dangerous the situation is even for government critics living in Russian-controlled cities. Complete Unification of the Country
On March 20, Ukrainian President Selensky banned four opposition parties from all activity, including the country’s largest opposition party, which polls showed was currently the country’s strongest party.
In addition, on that day, Selensky issued a decree to bring all of the country’s media into line. The Russian news agency TASS quotes from the decree:
“Implementation of the March 18, 2022 decision of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine on the implementation of a unified information policy under martial law,” the document reads. It calls the implementation of such a policy a priority issue of national security, which “should be done by uniting all nationwide television channels whose program content consists mainly of news or information and analysis programs on a single information platform for strategic communications – the 24-hour information marathon “Unified News.””