This is my article exposing notorious actions of the Ukrainian regime, with the hope, this exposure will generate sense within those Western leaders and their corporate media cartels, which are expeditiously pushing propaganda stuff with the nefarious agenda of mislead everyone in the world and grant cover to brutal activities of Nazis in Ukraine.
As we remember, Ukrainian regime placed the fault squarely on Moscow, accusing Russia of killing more than 50 vulnerable civilians in a brutal and unprovoked attack.
But then comes this:
A new United Nations report has found that Ukraine’s armed forces bear a large share of the blame for what happened at the care home in Stara Krasnyanka, which is about 360 miles southeast of Kiev. A few days before the March 11 attack, Ukrainian soldiers took up positions inside the nursing home, effectively making the building a target.
The use of human shields is well-known in Gaza, by Palestinian terrorists. It is horrifying to find it being used in the Russia-Ukraine war. In the UN Human Rights’ Office of the High Commissioner report, Ukraine is now identified with “concern” about serious human rights violations.
The June 29, 2022 United Nations Human Rights report titled ‘Situation of Human Rights in Ukraine the context of the armed attack by Russia Federation’ includes a section that identifies the “placement of military objectives near civilian objects and the use of human shields…”
The report said, “The use of human shields is specifically prohibited by article 28 of Geneva Convention IV and article 51(7) of additional protocol I”, proving, Ukrainian regime has been grossly violating the Geneva Convention, which is tantamount to serious crime.
Cruel dictatorship of Zelensky and heavy press censorship
According to media reports, Volodymyr Zelensky has consolidated all TV platforms in Ukraine into one state broadcast and restricted publishing or airing anything without approval of the authorities. This decree has also banned publishing anything that goes against the claims of Ukrainian regime and its Nazi cohorts.
Justifying such nefarious actions of Zelensky, NPR correspondent Emily Feng said: “Ukraine has had to take extraordinary measures to fight Russia’s invasion. Among them, the government has consolidated the country’s television outlets and dissolved rival political parties. It says it needs to do this to maintain a united front in fighting Russia”.
As part of his drive against Ukrainian media, Zelensky also has forced several media outlets in shutting down. For example, Kiev-based television station ‘Priamyi’, which means direct is owned by former Ukrainian president and billionaire Petro Poroshenko. He was also a political competitor of Zelensky. For this reason, Zelensky has forced this television station switched off from digital broadcast and excluded from the national channel, without any reason. Svitlana Orlovska, the executive producer of ‘Priamyi’ told NPR, she is now worried about the network’s survival.
According to NPR report, even before the Ukraine war began in February 2022, some of Ukraine’s opposition media outlet faced political pressure from Volodymyr Zelensky’s government.
Another television station named Channel 5 was previously owned by former President Poroshenko and later sold to another buyer has also been forced to switch-off transmission. Volodymyr Mzhelskyi, director of this channel told NPR, “After Channel 5 was sold, the government suspected the sale was false and Poroshenko still controlled the station. We felt consistently pressure from institutions like the broadcast regulator. We have numerous lawsuits filed against us by current and former members of Parliament”.
He said, the channel was switched off because Zelensky feared it would not follow his dictation and run propaganda which is sent to media outlets from his office.
In addition to shutting off several media outlets, Zelensky also has banned 11 political parties in March 2022 and dismissed their elected members from office. Although most of the banned parties were fringe, one party had nearly 10 percent of seats in Ukraine’s Parliament.
While the Western policymakers are dancing on the laps of Volodymyr Zelensky and portraying him as a “hero”, Ukraine is making frantic bids of joining the European Union, despite these exposed records of its violation Geneva Conventions as well as gauging freedom and press and freedom of expression.
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