Lenin in Donetsk

Of course, the Maidan regime of Western Ukraine, with its swastikas and portraits of Hitler on public display, is not too pleased about this development, particularly as large portions of Ukrainian people living under Maidan oppression, do want neo-Nazism and would rather prefer a ‘Socialist’ State along the lines of Donetsk and Lugansk. These two small places are making a stand no less noble than that made by Great Britain against Nazi Germany during WWII, with the added irony that many in the ‘new’ Red Army are being killed by fascist bullets manufactured in the UK.