This Isn’t a Protest – Ukraine is in the Midst of a Coup

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 24, 2014

Protest.
Protest.
Coup.
Coup.

It appears that the government of Ukraine is in the process of being violently overthrown, while the media continues to call it a “protest.”

People have asked me to analyze this situation, and I simply have not had the time to fully inform myself on the details of the situation.

What is clear, however, is that the Jews are responsible of this, as – whatever you think of Putin (and I haven’t been thinking very well of him lately) – Jews have the goal of centralizing power further in the EU, rather than risk allowing the Slavs to solidify their own power bloc.

Slavs are unpredictable by nature, and even if Putin is playing along with the Jewish narrative to some extent at this point, they surely are not as comfortable with him as they are with the power structure of the West.

The face of this revolt – the one stirring the people to violence, the boxer Klitschko – is a Jew, and surely he is surround by Jews directing him.

Yesterday, he pretty clearly declared a coup, as AFP reports:

Emerging from the failed talks, boxer-turned-politician Vitaly Klitschko told the thousands of protesters gathered in Kiev’s Independence Square said that he was ready to face police bullets.

“Today they are preparing to clear us out of the ‘Maidan’ (Independence Square),” Klitschko declared, urging protesters to camp out overnight to defend the square. “We must do all we can to stop them clearing us out.”

“Tomorrow if the President does not respond … then we will go on the offensive,” he said, drawing a roar of support from the crowd.

Former economy minister Arseny Yatsenyuk echoed his words, invoking the deaths of the three protesters, which he blamed on the police.

“I will not live in shame. Tomorrow we will go forward together. If there will be a bullet in the forehead, so be it. It will be honest, just and brave action,” he said.

In my own personal experience, Ukrainians are not a very civilized people. If I were Putin, I would absolutely invade and put down this uprising and hang Klitschko, sooner rather than later. And it is possible that may happen.

I would wager that there is quite a bit more death than we’re hearing about. Virtually all of the (relatively few) pictures I see of the streets of Kiev involve gun battles.

The place is a complete warzone, and yet no one in the Western media dare say the word “coup.”

No, instead they just keep calling it a “protest.”

Protesters protesting.
Protesters protesting.
Just a protest...
Just a protest…
The is a protester firing a handgun at the paramilitary forces.  Just a "clash with the police."
The is a protester firing a handgun at the paramilitary forces. Just a “clash with the police.”
Nope, not armed revolutionaries, these are just protesters voicing their dissatisfaction with the government.
Nope, not armed revolutionaries, these are just protesters voicing their dissatisfaction with the government.
Just a tire fire in the middle of Kiev.  Typical protest stuff.
Just a tire fire in the middle of Kiev. Typical protest stuff.
Protester with a molotov cocktail.  Just trying to show the government he doesn't like their policies.
Protester with a molotov cocktail. Just trying to show the government he doesn’t like their policies.
Paramilitary forces firing a shotgun at armed insurgents - just a police officer having a "clash" with some rowdy protesters.
Paramilitary forces firing a shotgun at armed insurgents – just a police officer having a “clash” with some rowdy protesters.

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