The website for electronic petitions change.org published the demand of the students of leading Moscow higher education institutions to the leadership of the Lomonosov Moscow State University to fire the odious “philosophers” Alexandr Dugin from the leading university in the country. The reason were his militaristic statements regarding Ukrainians.
The authors of the petition think that “‘professor’ Dugin’s public activities are discordant with the post he holds in the system of public education, damages the image of Russian science and the status of the Lomonosov Moscow State University. As such, during his latest statements, professor Dugin expressed direct calls for murder, claiming that this is his position as a professor (‘As a professor, this is how I think’).” Continue reading →
The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine reports that Luhansk oblast prosecution offices are conducting investigation in connection with a criminal proceeding over the violent murder of a married couple in front of their underage daughter. Information on this criminal event has been filed with the Unified Register of Pretrial Investigations, with charges under Article 115 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (intentional homicide of two or more persons perpetrated by a group acting in prior conspiracy).
The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has accused the so-called “Strilka” group that is active in the Donetsk Oblast and a citizen of the Russian Federation, Colonel Igor Bezler, of involvement in the murder of the deputy of the of the Horlivka City Council Volodymyr Rybak, the SUB reports on its website, April 23, 2014.
According to the SUB, it has been determined that on Aril 17, Bezler (alias Bez) ordered the head of the self-proclaimed militia of the town of Horlivka to “neutralize” Volodymyr Rybak, who had tried to raise the Ukrainian national flag on the Horlivka City Council building.