It’s Really Is This Easy to Secede

by militialaw on April 7, 2014

A bunch of guys, who presumably do not spend all day watching TV or surfing the Internet, pulled this off in Ukraine:

In the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, a group of activists have declared their region independent from Kiev. This comes after protesters stormed a local government building last night.


Mass demonstrations against the country’s new leadership started peacefully on Sunday, but the situation quickly escalated.


Pro-Russian protesters in Donetsk have seized the local power building, including the headquarters of the Security Service of Ukraine and proclaimed the creation of a People’s Republic of Donetsk.


Ukraine’s police and security services have not interfered, although officials in Kiev are threatening punishment for the rioters.


Protesters have erected barricades around the Council building.



Today at 12:20 local time, a session of the people’s Council of Donbass (Donetsk region) took place in the main hall of the Regional Council and unanimously voted on a declaration to form a new independent state: the People’s Republic of Donetsk.


The Council proclaimed itself the only legitimate body in the region until the regions in southeast Ukraine conduct a general referendum, set to take place no later than May 11.

“The Donetsk Republic is to be created within the administrative borders of the Donetsk region. This decision will come into effect after the referendum,” the statement said.

Assuredly they cut a deal with the local police in advance and Russia knew about this in advance, but doesn’t this inspire you that there still are free man walking the earth?

Men who see through the lie of the ballot and the lie of the lawsuit.

Men who act.

2 thoughts on “It’s Really Is This Easy to Secede

  1. Soffitrat says:

    After last week, I’m ready.

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