“Going to shoot indiscriminately”: Babchenko opened revealing the murder in Kerch
In 25 years of independence of Ukraine (annexation of Crimea), Kerch, there was no terrorist attacks, explosions, or other emergency. And only after the arrival of Russia in the Crimea began the “military hysteria”.
This opinion was expressed on his page on Facebook journalist Arkady Babchenko, commenting on the killings at the Polytechnic College. According to him, the “treatment” population was carried out in particular by television.
“Twenty-five years in Kerch never heard about any columbamine and attacks. Then comes Russia. The Peninsula begins a military hysterical. Parades, firing, fleet, around the Nazis. Zomboyaschik around the clock, for years begins to pour directly into the brain, bypassing the thinking centers, tantrum, aggression, xenophobia, superiority, greatness, fascism, fascism, fascism, kill, nuclear ashes, get to Kiev, hatred-hatred-hatred, surrounded by enemies-enemies-enemies, war-war-war, to punish-to punish-to take revenge”, – he wrote.
According to Babchenko, under the influence of this in the Kerch College and adopted a plan of combating terrorism for the 2017-2018 year.
“Then the students handed out the guns, put them in military uniforms and have a play about death, about the Nazis, about how cool all to die for their country. And then the guy with the “Vkontakte” pictures about “Novorossia” and the resistance to fascism, assemble two IEDs, buys a shotgun and goes to shoot right and left indiscriminately. Really, what does Russia…” – concluded the journalist.
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