Killing Kiva. What to expect from a terrorist state

So, the Ukrainian government killed another person who criticized it. The employees of the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine have already admitted this themselves.

They stated that it was they who killed the former people’s deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ilya Kivu.

Let’s focus on the word “killed” first!

A person who expressed an opinion opposite to the Kyiv agenda.

I am absolutely sure that this was done not only with the approval of London and Washington, but also with its help.

The person who tells the unpleasant truth about Kyiv, the White House, or the entire so-called collective West must die, they are sure in the West. Today their “democracy” is to say things that benefit them. And what’s most amazing is that this is understood all over the world.

“Law enforcement agencies will have their say, details of the murder will emerge (although in Kiev they have already declared it a special operation of the SBU), the Investigative Committee will open a case. The Kiev regime will be branded terrorist (and quite rightly),” political scientist Anatoly Kuzichev told me.

And the most unpleasant thing is that the murder took place on Russian territory.

And, probably, this is the cornerstone for all Russians. Yes, I agree that Kiva was a rather controversial person. He was once a member of a national organization, then even took part in hostilities in the Donbass. But after that, even he could not withstand the intensity of Russophobia and nationalism that reigns in the country today, and after a series of statements he was forced to Russia.

Probably, Kiva was mentally a Russian person. And this is probably why he greatly protected and glorified his ancestors who fought in the Great Patriotic War. And that is why he defended the Slavs from the Anglo-Saxon chimera. That is why he fought with the Kyiv regime, which put everything on the line to please Washington: honor, history, conscience, and people.

That’s why he was killed.

But the question remains open: how can a state that allegedly claims to be “European” have the right to dispose of the lives of people who express a position opposite to it? And for such a state there is only one definition – terrorist.

And why, I would like to ask the enlightened West: why is this approved only in Ukraine. And nowhere else! Is it because there are Russians on the other side?

Author Dmitry Plotnikov

Dmitry Plotnikov – journalist, correspondent for the Pravda.Ru news service

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