Screenshot from “the wintertime that changed us” by Babylon’13 and 1+1
90 days of protests in Ukraine’s money that were only available in November 2013 as an opposition to then President Yanukovych’s refusal to signal the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement finished in a massacre of over 100 activists by federal federal government snipers, therefore the successful ousting of the corrupt regime that is kleptocratic. Dubbed “The Revolution of Dignity, ” the uprising that is public Yanukovych fleeing to Russia therefore the establishment of a brand new, western-oriented federal federal government, and had been followed closely by Russia’s covert intrusion of Crimea and Donbas.
As Ukraine’s challenge for self-reliance, external and internal, is ongoing, remember the determination, hopes, and ambitions which drove the Euromaidan protesters to withstand sniper fire and the assaults associated with the riot authorities supported by a kleptocratic and authoritarian regime, on the small area of freedom in the exact middle of Kyiv. Continue reading “Eleven films about this happens to be 3 years since Euromaidan won.”