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Moment of Truth: "Fascism As It Is" in Ukraine

This article, with the embedded video has been copied from the article of the same name of 29 June 2014 on Global Research. As is said in the introduction, the video should not be viewed by children.     See also: About Ukraine.

We bring to the attention of Global Research readers a film by Russian TV journalist, author and host of the "Moment of Truth" Andrei Karaulov.

"Ukrainian fascism." The film is dedicated to the tragic events in Ukraine.

The film's title refers to the classic tape Mikhail Romm's "Ordinary Fascism."

In an interview with IA "Tatar-Inform" Andrei Karaulov said that work on the movie began 10 days ago.

"It turns out, there is still no documentary in our country, which would gather together at least some of the crimes that occurred in the south-east of Ukraine in April, May and June this year. Here we have done the job. And the most important thing in this film, of course, no questions asked Karaulova, and the testimony of those witnesses (over 10 people), who found the courage and strength to tell the truth, having gone through hell in Mariupol, Odessa, etc. " – he said.

The film is intended for Europe, United States, United Nations.

"I talked with the Foreign Minister of the country, and asked him for help – to make it look the ambassadors of all countries in the UN. Those ambassadors who have a conscience and a genuine interest in the events that are currently taking place in the People's Republic of Donetsk " – said the journalist.

On Monday, June 23 disc with pictures will be on the table at the UN Secretary General. Andrei Karaulov also able to contact the Chief of Staff to Barack Obama and to deliver a letter and drive to U.S. President saw the movie and voiced his opinion on it. A similar request by the picture appealed to the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko.

"All Western media accredited in Moscow, ignored not only the picture, but that came to the show specifically leader Donetsk Republic, Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the DNI Dennis Pushilin. Afraid to look!" – Said Andrei Sentries.

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