UNCONFIRMED -- BUT obviously needs to be confirmed one way or the other because it is so disturbing. SO, will the corporate media confirm such disturbing reports as false, while providing proof, OR will it all just be ignored fueling more fear and suspicion that these reports are true? - ed.
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(Nov 20, 2009) Unconfirmed reports are coming in that thousands of people in what appears to be a rural area under quarantine in the western Ukraine have been killed by vaccines.
A Ukrainian woman who crossed into neighbouring Poland told people there that she had driven into the Ukraine to meet a friend but was stopped about 60 km from the border and told that parts of the Western Ukraine were closed at a distance of about 100 kilometers from the border with Poland.
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Why is the flu psyop happening in Western Ukraine? Perhaps because these people resisted once before?
Brief History of the Western Ukraine resistance to the communist army:
"I hung one nationalist upside down and burned him on a slow fire; I cut pieces of flesh out of him ... and he, the viper, died shouting "Glory to Ukraine!" What a viper! How many of them I tortured to death ..." These are the words of one student in the Higher Communist party school in Moscow, recorded by Oleksander Dovzhenko in his journal.
This unknown Ukrainian patriot who died under inhuman tortures, murdered by the Moscow butchers is a symbol of entire Western Ukraine in the claws of the communist empire during the 1940s and 1950s. One of the heroes of the people's Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA), which for more than ten years, without any outside help and using only the weapons captured from its enemies, fought against the forces of both totalitarian monsters - Hitler's Reich and the Leninist-Stalinist colonial "Union." UPA units also defended the population of the Kholm and Lemko regions against the brigandry of the Polish army, which herded and deported hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians from their ancestral lands.
According to the information of the Soviet oppressive forces, which fought the insurgents, in 1944, when the Red Army occupied the territories of UPA operations, 57,405 UPA soldiers were killed, 50,387 taken prisoner, and 15,990 surrendered - a total of 123,782 persons; during the first four months of 1945 95,083 more men and women were killed, captured or surrendered, for a grand total of 218,865 persons. Even taking into consideration the fact that the Soviets killed many peasants who did not participated in the liberation struggle, the above figures speak eloquently of the extraordinary scope and determined character of the national liberation war in Western Ukraine. In the words of the last UPA Commander-in-Chief, Col. V. Kuk, "At the time of its greatest strength, the Ukrainian Insurgent Army numbered close to half a million men if we take into account not only fighters, but also all the auxiliary services and structures." Never in history has there been a national liberation struggle of such scope, endurance and intensity in conditions of such huge inequality in strength and total absence of any help from the outside world.
But the outside world remained silent. And also silent was Greater Ukraine for whose freedom the heroic insurgents fought and died, Western Ukrainian villages burned and wells filled up with dead bodies of those killed by gangs of NKVD men disguised as insurgents.
The world remained silent because it knew nothing about the UPA or its struggle. One the Soviets consolidated their rule over a huge empire, they immediately put under the censorship all sources of information and sealed up borders, isolating their population from the rest of mankind. This isolation became even more impenetrable after the Second World War, with the establishment in Eastern Europe of a belt of "People's democratic" satellite states subject to the Kremlin. If ever any negative information about the USSR leaked through that iron curtain of isolation, numerous Soviet sympathizers in the democratic countries prevented it from getting in the the press, so as not to brake the "wheel of history" the axle of which ran right through Stalin's office....
The first and strongest obstacle in the path of the Gulag specter was erected by the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA), with its slogan "Freedom to nations and individuals!" Fighting for the freedom of the Ukrainian people, UPA soldiers also fought for the freedom of other nations. For this reason, the fact that the war, unprecedented in scope and organization, waged by Ukrainian patriots against the red empire of evil remained unknown and unappreciated by the world opinion had negative effects reaching far beyond the borders of Ukraine.
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