Ultras take over goervment in Ukraine

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Ultras take over goervment in Ukraine

Unread post by Samson28 » February 28th, 2014, 9:38 pm

They chased the president out already and are preparing to go to war with russia:

http://rt.com/op-edge/ukrainian-violenc ... ektor-288/

Ukrainian ultras: New challenge to West
Protests in Ukraine, turning more violent day by day, are rapidly spreading from Kiev to the most populous and traditionally trouble-free industrial regions.

The new reality may come as a shock for the West, which has applauded “brave and democratically-minded Ukrainians” and their “velvet revolution” – already the second in the last ten years.

As the Euromaidan (Independence Square) movement went into a third month, its magic ‘revolutionary velvet’ has seemingly been worn out. Molotov cocktails, gunshots and medieval-age catapult to fire at police, hastily erected at the streets of Kiev, along with the seizure of government buildings, including the Ministry of Justice, show that Ukrainian peaceful protests have already been hijacked by a new enigmatic force.

But who are these grim-faced people in helmets and camouflage at the streets of Kiev, armed with stones and batons, very determined and hardly controlled by anyone? Meet the new breed of Ukrainian revolutionaries – ‘Pravy Sektor’ (Right Sector) radical movement, which has recently announced it is breaking away from the mainstream Maidan opposition crowd with its moderate leaders and decided to act on its own...

And just in case you guys think theseultras are somehow eifferent then the ones Ive been spouting about here for some time that would beat the ruk out of you and your little barrio gangs, Peter snow in comments wrote:

"these Ultras are football hooligans and have been causing trouble around Eastern Europe including Russia for some time. They are already organized. They train to fight and beat up the opposition supporters."

Change is coming in Poland too just watch the eocumentary rise of the stadiums about the war the Polish ultras started with their govt and police.

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Unread post by Samson28 » February 28th, 2014, 9:43 pm

Wow speaking of the devil:
http://maidantranslations.wordpress.com ... n-ukraine/

They really are coming:
POLISH AND BRITISH “ULTRAS” COMING TO SUPPORT THEIR FRIENDS FROM KHARKOV. THIS IS FRIENDSHIP! GREAT POWER! THE VICTORY IS CLOSE, BROTHERS AND SISTER! TOGETHER WE’RE STRONG!

The aggressive actions of the authorities taken against activists, in particular with respect to football “Ultras” fans, who have announced their support for Euromaidan, caused unexpected reaction from football fans all over Europe.

It was previously reported that hundreds of football fans from foggy Albion are gathering in Kiev.

From informal sources, we learned that the yesterday, protests in front of the Republic of Poland Consulate office in Kharkov was the straw for Ultras of the Lech football club from Poznan [Poland].

The form of this international protest cooperation has surprised government authorities, especially the local Kharkov authorities.

Supporters of the Lech fan club, with their community funds and the help of the British hooligans, have already rented a military transport plane that should get them to the military airport in the city of Chuguyev, at the suburbs of Kharkov.

At the same time, to ensure their safety and smooth landing and crossing, Polish ultras in the city of Kiev at 13.00 sent about two hundred fully manned members of Automaidan.

They expect to arrive at the airport at approximately 19.00 on Saturday and take control of the airport traffic control tower.

Subsequent joint actions of the Polish Ultras and Automaidan are planned both in Kharkov and in the capital.

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Unread post by Samson28 » February 28th, 2014, 9:45 pm

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Here they are ready for war with Russia.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/02 ... e-ukraine/

Lol at how funny Umericans look and liberal kerry trying to act hard when putin could bitch slap him silly in real life or politics. Fuking umericans who the fuk do they think they re or what do they know about this region and scene?

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Unread post by Samson28 » February 28th, 2014, 9:57 pm

Didnt I tell you aout the power of the ultras and you Umericans just did not get it?

http://www.economist.com/news/europe/21 ... march-kiev
The clashes reveal an alarming radicalisation on both sides of the barricades. In recent days the momentum has belonged to a group called the Right Sector, a motley confederation of football hooligans and far-right nationalists. They have shown their own nastiness by lobbing petrol bombs at police and, in a rough display of revolutionary justice, parading around people detained under suspicion of acting as pro-regime provocateurs. Yet even more striking were the numbers of middle-class Ukrainians, who did not wish to go to the front lines of battles with police, but prepared stones for others, while grandmothers offered tea and sandwiches, plus milk to counter the sting of tear gas.

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Unread post by Samson28 » February 28th, 2014, 10:00 pm



Declaraion of war in Poland right there by the Polish ultras. This is how change happens.

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Unread post by punamusta » March 1st, 2014, 8:09 am

Fuck these neo-nazis in Ukraine and fuck EU & USA for supporting them.

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Unread post by Samson28 » March 1st, 2014, 9:32 am

Fuck weak looking liberal kerrymand liberals in general who are pro govt and pro cops and fuk Mexican and black gang baners.

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Unread post by Samson28 » March 1st, 2014, 7:20 pm

http://www.sadistic.pl/o-kibicach-dla-k ... 206037.htm

"Go walk among those on their knees who are do nothings with your head held high."

"Those living in fear of death are afraid of life."

"You have to live it. To see it. To believe it."

"This is our right. His is our lives. Never for days always for life."

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Unread post by Samson28 » March 2nd, 2014, 12:48 am

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Lol thats how change happens. But you dont like it cause theyre not liberal or pro multiculturalism? How bout when you were foing oh yea lets fo to ukraine go U erica go Umerica. You liked it then didnt you?

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Unread post by Samson28 » March 2nd, 2014, 9:46 pm

I am thinking of going over to Poland than to join the Ultras from Poland on a train yard over there. It would be a good way to die I think. A good way to go out fighting and being part of something bigger than myself. This volunteer force will be talked about for eons. It will be ultras supporting other ultras and a governtnment that is run by ultras. It will be a european army like Hitler tried to do with the waffen ss volunteers from all over europe when they fought red bolshevism and soviets.

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Unread post by punamusta » March 4th, 2014, 1:00 pm

Samson28 wrote: But you dont like it cause theyre not liberal or pro multiculturalism? How bout when you were foing oh yea lets fo to ukraine go U erica go Umerica. You liked it then didnt you?
To be honest, I didn't understand all you were saying. But I would never support a facist uprising. And that's whats happening in Ukraine behind all the Putin & Russia worries. That's why all these neonazi-hooligans are so excited about it.

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Unread post by Samson28 » March 4th, 2014, 1:32 pm

Are the Polaks in general excited about it? What about the Polish Ultras? Do you think theyre excited right now?

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Unread post by Samson28 » March 4th, 2014, 1:36 pm

Also, its not necessarily fascist to be an ultra patriot. If you are an ultra patriot you study your roots, youre proud of your nation and you want a strong united people. What you see happening in california with whites preying on their own in enterprise or business and inside jails is something that these guys you are looking at in Ukraine or Poland are trying to prevent. Multiculturalism creates a weak society. It creates laws that benefit certain groups in society, for instance the hate crime laws here where any whites who fight or jump minorities and win or aren't punked get to deal with. People. Become complement and police states happen that way.

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Unread post by Samson28 » March 5th, 2014, 12:25 pm

Watch from 1;23 when ross kemp says "they just loaded the shotguns":

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Unread post by Samson28 » March 5th, 2014, 12:32 pm

Here was a fight like none other. Another one of our victories in the history of the Polish Ultras. here we battle police and govt in Slovakia and take it over just like we did Lithuania and Chech republic and Russia in Euro 2012 trying to come in:

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Unread post by Samson28 » March 5th, 2014, 12:35 pm

The action pops off at 2:30 in the vid above.

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Unread post by Samson28 » March 5th, 2014, 1:16 pm

at 6 minutes in the war starts really raging and at 6:50 the slovakian cops just start shooting a barrage of shotguns with rubber bullets spraying it everywhere. it doesnt even phase the Polaks. The battle rages on and at 7:20 we win. Just like we would in on your prison yards against all of you weak coward shit talking chest pumping spics and dope white trash and Umerican trash guards. Wed destroy you and your cowards that exist here and lay on their backs when cops in prisons start coming in.

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Unread post by Samson28 » March 5th, 2014, 1:25 pm

Actully if you watch from 1:30 a bunch of cops start hitting us with batoons and attacking people all over then we retaliate and win. Nobody ever gets over on Polaks or beats us. Hardest whites on the planet. Fuk Umerica and peace and cowards and cop callers. Fuk all of you.

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Unread post by Samson28 » March 20th, 2014, 11:25 pm

Here is another article showing the power ultras have in the world and how they rule Ukraine now:
http://www.kyivpost.com/content/ukraine ... 39300.html
The most hardcore Ukrainian soccer fans known as “ultras” became the focus of attention during the recent EuroMaidan revolution. The events showed that we indeed know too little about them, relying instead on stereotypes while their opinions have often been ignored.

During the revolution, support from the ultras in Ukraine’s southeastern oblasts was the most noticeable and, importantly, the weightiest.

Soccer fans of Shakhtar Donetsk, Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, Metalist Kharkiv and Chornomorets Odesa took to the streets to protect local anti-government activists. The Ultras condemned the behavior of the goons hired by the authorities to instigate provocations and clashes during massive protests. They were assisted by police who often turned a blind eye to their actions.

There had always been a naked war between the police and ultras. But did someone only realize during EuroMaidan that our law enforcement system needed radical and, importantly, real changes?
When the Berkut riot police beat fans, people often said it was the fans who provoked them.

Then we started talking differently as soon as police on Nov. 30 used brutal force to clear Independence Square of protesters.

Indeed, the existing law enforcement system needs to be urgently purged. Ultras fans have long called for this. On the eve of the 2012 European football championship that Ukraine co-hosted with Poland, they even made a documentary entitled, “The Last Argument.” In it, the fans openly spoke of how police treatment in the fan sector was very inappropriate. Again they were not heard.

Writer Serhii Zhadan, one of the EuroMaidan organizers in Kharkiv, says he had to protect football fans in recent years many times, especially in talks with journalists. Although he said one shouldn’t idolize them, he noted that “they are representatives of a very specific subculture and at the same time they differ from each other”.

Zhadan, not indifferent to soccer, wrote: “Stating that all the ultras have come out to the country’s Maidans would be wrong. Every sector at any stadium consists of many groups, and their views on some or other political events are not the same. There are different people standing: there are some real rightists, there are those who can rather be called moderate nationalists or Ukrainian patriots, there are people for whom ideology is in principle not important, they just come to the stadium because the sector means a feeling of unity to them. And for the youngest ones, it is a way to assert themselves. When you are aged 16-18 and come to a stadium sector where your friends stand it is the place where you feel your own significance.”

Defenders of honest people

Actually, people started to really take notice of the ultras as protectors even before EuroMaidan. It was they who organized one of the most visible civic campaigns in 2012 to draw attention to the Pavlychenko criminal case: a father and his son who were accused of murdering a Kyiv judge. They maintained they were innocent and framed by investigators.

The ultras united and did their best to keep the Pavlychenkos’ court trial in the media spotlight. They staged rallies, painted walls, and launched a website that was regularly updated with new information. They were heard beyond Ukraine. Solidarity and support came from fans across Europe’s stadiums. However, the rotten judicial system handed them a verdict: the father, Dmytro Pavlychenko, was given a life sentence, while his son Serhii, 19, was sentenced to 13 years in prison.

As soon as Yanukovych’s regime collapsed, parliament, with a newly formed majority, set about freeing political prisoners, including the Pavlychenkos. The new authorities decided to seize the moment and voted to free them.

Yevhenia Malykh, a member of the Dynamo Kyiv ultras movement and project manager at EMPO Internet Marketing School, said she felt great happiness when she learned about the release of the Pavlychenkos. “We’d been waiting for that very much. Any lawyer, any person knowing at least something in these matters would agree that it had been a complete fabrication,” she points out.

Non-aggression pact

In the revolutionary days, the nationwide truce that the ultras fans called between each other went almost unnoticed. That such different groups found mutual understanding is far from a mere formality. Historically, enmity has long existed between some football clubs, which also affected relations between their fans. And agreeing not to clash with each other is a very serious choice for the ultras. They explained their decision as follows: “We think that continuing any confrontation in the fan community now would be a crime against Ukraine’s bright future”.

They know well that there is really no language barrier and there is no division along the mythical “Banderovites” and “eastern people” who only dream of reuniting with Russia. The fans have been to Europe as well. They know that the streets there are not overcrowded with gays walking and kissing each other in front of everybody.

Still, the ultras weren’t heard. This didn’t stop them from hanging banners and posters with words of support for Ukraine at many stadiums around Europe. The solidarity factor within the fan community worked.

And with it, the stereotype of them being hooligans and extremists dissipated. They have demonstrated to society that when times get tough, different sides must come together and unite.

A rightist mood

During matches, ultras fans of most soccer clubs chant, “Glory to Ukraine – glory to the heroes!” or “Glory to the nation – death to the enemies!” No doubt, the Ultras are a radical community but it is rather countercultural than political. The fact of having fans with extreme rightist or even extreme leftist views is far from meaning that the former vote for the right-wing Svoboda and the latter support the Communist Party. One should also not think that football fans are adherents of Vitali Klitschko’s UDAR party...

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