Sweden’s FM Carl Bildt blamed the Odessa fire on “Russian gangsters”

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Pictorial, by Marcello Ferrada de Noli

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carl bildt on the Odessa massacre

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Arson-attack on Odessa Unions building left over 100 dead; all burned corpses of young women and men; all anti-fascists activists.

Arson-attack on Odessa Unions building left over 100 dead; all burned corpses of young women and men; all anti-fascists activists. The Professors’ Blog graphic report on the events, on the link here below: 

The Ukraine fascists’ Odessa massacre of 2 May 2014. Updated evidence

 

bildt commented odessa masssacre-0Lp.png_largeEditor’s Note: The above is a Bing.com translation of an earlier article published by SvD 2 May 2014 at 6:45 PM, and later taken out from the Net. The figures of “30 people are reported to have died” correspond to the earlier official reports by the Ukraine government – a source invariably used by Swedish media. The wording “Pro-Russian gangsters” is Bing.com’s machine-translation of the Swedish article. Bildt used in his tweeter “pro-Russian thugs”. Also according to  my word processor (Microsoft Word, Mac version), Thugs is a synonym for Gangsters. Other references on Carl Bildt’s preposterous blaming on the victims  – for the tragic outcome of the Nazi arson-attack on the Union building where over 100 anti-Kiev activists perished –to be found in Aftonbladet and Gotiskaklubben (blog).

cbildt-and-historya1bvy-jpg_largeCarl Bildt twitter Odessa pro-Russian THUGSBildt defends the right of Ukraine government to use force

Below: The macabre results of Carl Bildt’s advice on using force “to get back buildings in eastern Ukraine”

Horrifying video documenting the massacre at the Odessa Unions building, perpetrated by fascists forces on the 2nd of May 2004:

Click on image below to view the video. Warning for strongly sad document-images.

horrifying fascist Odessa masacre 2 May 2014

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