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Poroshenko Introduces Bill to Imprison Russian Nationals in Special Camps

Is Kiev crazy enough to imprison without trial the citizens of Ukraine's number one trading partner?


This article originally appeared at Red Pill Times


I am starting to wonder if all of this fascist, totalitarian nation-state building on steroids, is not just a test run for what the United States of America or the European Union has in mind for its citizens… Because there is no way that laws like this should not be condemned by the entire free world, and eventually lead anyone with half a brain to seriously reflect as to how dangerously overboard the western backed government in Kiev is pushing things.

Then again, the fact that Russians will be the people who are effectively eligible to be placed in concentration camps probably worries the Europeans and Americans about as much as Bill Gates worries about paying his phone bill.

In a nutshell…If this bill is approved, any Russian citizens residing in Ukraine could be interned in special camps as war prisoners…history repeating itself?

Poroshenko, Yatsenyuk and the rest of them have to go... as soon as possible. Sputnik:

Ukraine’s President, Petro Poroshenko’s new bill “On legal regime of martial law” provides for the compulsory internment in special camps of foreign nationals residing in Ukraine who pose a threat to its security.

The text of the document was published by the press service of the Verkhovna Rada.

The bill applies to “citizens of a foreign state who threaten with an attack and carry out aggression against Ukraine,” an explanatory note to the document said.

The Russian Federation is covered by this definition. It was declared an “aggressor state” in the resolution adopted by the Verkhovna Rada on January 27, 2015.

If the bill is approved, millions of Russian citizens, permanently or temporarily residing in the country, will be sent to special camps for internees.

The bill also provides for the introduction of compulsory labor service for all residents of working age, the possibility of asset expropriation, a ban on rallies and meetings and restrictions on the activities of the media and political parties “inconvenient” to the regime.


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