Support Ukraine in its fight for European Union!
Oksunny: Please support Ukrainians, our families and friends, who took to the streets these days to protest against treacherous actions of Ukrainian authorities. We share the same aspirations to break out of the “russian world” shackles - the world of no human rights, the world of poverty, the world of hypocrisy. We see Ukraine as European democratic country and we cannot tolerate its sliding into the dark totalitarian past.
We call upon western politicians to put unprecedented pressure and impose harsh individual sanctions on Ukrainian officials, responsible for undermining European future of our beloved country, namely the President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, Prime Minister Mykola Azarov, Cabinet ministers, Party of Regions MPs, Communist Party MPs and other MPs who joined the ruling coalition.
The West should realize that nowadays those servants of the regime are much more vulnerable than ever before. Their assets are in Europe, their bank accounts are in Europe, their families are in Europe. Travel ban would be fair and efficient measure to punish them for betraying millions of Ukrainians.
There is no “the end of history”. The battle between good and evil continues. And if freedom values do not expand, stalinism will do.
calybonos: I am seeking allies in the war with my neighbor's dog, who has been stock piling weapons of mass destruction in my yard.
Oksunny: This night the regime of Yanukovich has for ever left the path of a democratic and civilised country!
Beat and kick unarmed kids, most of them sleeping, whose only "crime" has been to dream of a European future!!!!!
Captain Canada: what I understand is from a unified EU is to fortify and each member nation must should join because of commerce and industry.
No country should become a EU member because of political reasons,they become welfare countries
Oksunny: of course, the road to wealth is not in the EU, I'm asking to support democracy and to condemn the police. They cleared up the Square from children to install the Christmas tree.
dave3974: It seems you have a shrewd leader and you have quite a few things to thanks him for , perhaps it would be better if you showed him some support.
Your clips are very selective , they do not show any children or the reason for vthe police action.
On the last day of a Vilnius summit, Ukraine has confirmed it will delay signing its landmark trade agreement with the EU, saying the West failed to offer enough immediate economic benefits.
After years of planning the Eastern Partnership Summit and long hours of trade talks in the Lithuanian capital, the results at the summit were split: Ukraine and Armenia did not join, while Moldova, and Georgia have signed a trade Association Agreement with the EU on Friday, November 29.
Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovich said he will reconsider negotiations only after Europe offers more attractive “economic aid to Ukraine.”
Oksunny: Don't believe Yanukovich, he is not our president anymore. don't need such government, who is killing our kids. Now thousands of people is in the streets of Kiev
Oksunny: Back to the Middle Ages on the way to Europe: Beaten Kyiv protesters take refuge in ancient church yard
ghostgeek: From what I've heard Sunny, which isn't much, your country is just about split down the middle on this issue. I'm not sure outsiders should be getting involved in the internal politics of the Ukraine. It never seems to end well.
OCD_OCD: Trying to become a member country of the EU is merely a stop-gap for the problems in the Ukraine. The Ukraine needs to work on its government so that it could be an asset to the EU, not the other way around.
ghostgeek: All politicians love power. That's why sometimes the only remedy is shooting them. I hope it doesn't come to that in the Ukraine but you have a volatile situation there right now. From the news I hear your president still wants an EU deal, so perhaps things are starting to go your way.