Earlier today the Ukrainian parliament has declared a state of emergency in Ukraine which will be in full force in the next 30 days. The Ukrainian ultra-nationalist regime led by Petro Poroshenko conveyed his cry to discuss the matter and proposed a period of 60 days of the state of emergency before it was curtailed to 30 by the parliament. The Ukrainian
The notion came after a Russian-Ukrainian incident near the new straight bridge of Kerch connecting the Crimean peninsula and the Russian Federation. Allegedly, Russian ships opened fire at Ukrainian boats, 2 individuals got injured and some Ukranian military assets (the boats) were seized by Russian military men. Both sides: BBC – RT.
The next election which is being currently requested to be postponed by the Ukrainian regime is scheduled for 31 March next year. According to multiple media outlets Yulia Tymoshenko, the former prime minister of Ukraine who was also dubbed as “gas princess” and “mafia queen” by many of her political adversaries gained her title by amassing her wealth using mafia tactics and backdoor natural gas deals. Other outlets call her “the queen of the Orange Revolution” and “the most beautiful ex-prisoner” trying to garner support for her.
Tymoshenko was frequently criticized in recent years due to her stance on Russia and Vladimir Putin where she stated during a private conversation among others conveyed is not a very diplomatic tone,
“I am ready to grab a machine gun and shoot that mutherf*cker in the head. […] This is really beyond all boundaries. It’s about time we grab our guns and go kill those damned Russians together with their leader. I regret that I cannot be there right now and that I wasn’t in charge of the process. There would be no f*cking way that they would get Crimea then. I would’ve found a way to kill those assh*les. I hope I will be able to get all my connections involved. And I will use all of my means to make the entire world rise up so that there wouldn’t be even a scorched field left in Russia. […]” To the question of what should be done with the 8 million Russians living in Ukraine she answered: “They must be killed with nuclear weapons.” After this, of course, she confirmed his ‘everlasting support’ to Russian living in Ukraine via a tweet.
Yulia Tymoshenko was also the exact individual who brokered a deal between the British-Dutch Royal Dutch Shell and British Petrol offering them extraction rights and a promise to remove local residents from the eastern regions of Ukraine to there corporation and their corporate partners just months before the coup d’étatin Kiev funded by the United States and by globalist multinationals.
Evidently, the dysfunctional political system of Ukraine is fully corrupt and doesn’t offer much of a choice, if any, to the people. It is at this moment unknown what will come from this ‘state of emergency’ however it is quite obvious that the little stability Ukraine has will be, at least a bit more, diminished. Naturally, this state of emergency, if the parliament wills it, can be extended in the future
Press freedom in Ukraine is defacto already restricted there are websites operating
Earlier this year an opinion poll showed the Poroschenko’s approval rating is steadily declining. In March it was said that Petro Poroshenko had only 9.8% of eligible voters supporting him. Poroshenko has no chance, he himself betrayed his promises to Ukrainian voters back in 2014 he promised to end the Donbass conflict ‘within hours’, the conflict which was perpetrated by him, even more, following him getting into office.
Now would be the perfect time for Poroshenko and his ultra-nationalist following to dispose of their political opponents living, just months before said elections, will it happen? We at this time don’t have that answer, we’ll watch and see.