452. Kill list
452. Kill list

452. Kill list

Wroclaw/Poland 05/19/2023

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Let’s start with the kill list website itself, Myrotvorets. Today it is located at Myrotvorets.center, but it was originally at psb4ukr.org. That domain was first registered on 14 August 2014, some six months after the U.S.-backed Maidan coup that overthrew the democratically elected government of Viktor Yanukovych. Source.

The Ukrainian Center for Combating Disinformation has published a list (archive link) of 94 people as of this date (October 4, 2022), with photos of people spreading disinformation, i.e. content incompatible with Ukrainian disinformation. That both sides are using disinformation is obvious, at least to those listening to both sides. What is the Center for Combating Disinformation? It is an official government body established by President Zelenskyy himself in late March 2021 along with a similar organization, the Center for Strategic Communications.

The list of “traitors to Ukraine” or “terrorists” includes many famous names from around the world. Listed there are Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters, Tucker Carlson, Scott Ritter and former CIA officer Ray McGovern. Elon Musk has been on the Ukrainian death list since October 2022.

Twitter discussion after Elon Musk was put on the death list. Source.

Some might be surprised that globalist Henry Kissinger is also on this list.

In late 2014 another associated site – Operativ.info – was in action calling for information about saboteurs and terrorists and threatening that if disinformation was detected, they would “regard these actions as assistance to terrorists and take measures against disinformers”. Source.

You can also read at mintpressnews.com how NATO helped create such websites urging the “civilized world” to crack down on the enemies on these lists. It is said that NATO’s main task is to fight terrorism and not to support such terrorist methods of political struggle.

Myrotvorets lists thousands of “saboteurs”, “separatists”, “terrorists” and “traitors”. Sometimes, it has crossed out their photographs once they had been killed, with the label “liquidated”. This, for instance, happened after the murder of Daria Dugina in Moscow in August 2022. Source.

Intimidation with death threats, drawing up a list of “enemies” of Ukraine – actually opponents of the policy of the Kiev fascist regime – is an act of terrorism. Giving them more weapons certainly does nothing to end this strange war. Such actions are mainly aimed at impoverishing societies in Western countries. In one night, the Russians destroyed over $1 billion worth of Ukrainian munitions.

The explosion at an ammunition depot in the Ukrainian city of Khmelnytskyi a few days ago.

Author of the article: Marek Wojcik

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