By Melissa Jones —
In February 2015, millions of peaceful people are living in hell in eastern Ukraine while the national government starves, freezes and murders them because it benefits the New World Order. The Kiev government and United Nations investigators have been hiding reports of genocide, claiming that between April 2014 and February 4, 2015 the overall death toll in the bloody civil war in Ukraine stands at 5,358.
A source from German intelligence, however, told the newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung that “Germany’s special services estimate the probable number of deceased Ukrainian servicemen and civilians at up to 50,000 people. This figure is about 10 times higher than official data. Official figures are clearly too low and not credible.”
To hear the truth, this writer talked to people living within the “anti-terrorist operation,” or ATO Zone.
One person from Donetsk, which is home to more than 1 million, told AMERICAN FREE PRESS:
“Everybody has faced tragedy from this war. Among my friends and acquaintances and their friends and acquaintances, there is nobody unaffected by it. People have lost parents. Somebody lost a house. Somebody was injured and lost a leg or an eye. Neighbors of my friends have been killed in bombings. The whole family—a couple with two children. It is awful. . . . The scariest thing is that nobody is willing to stop it.”
Human rights groups and the media aren’t telling the truth, so most people don’t know about the genocide being documented live on the Internet by people trapped in the ATO Zone.
To mislead the public, experts and reporters call the catastrophe “a conflict” between the Ukrainian army and “pro-Russian separatists.” Residents assert that the region’s peaceful population is being murdered on purpose, with hundreds killed or injured daily.
A 34-year-old mother wrote on February 3:
“I badly want everyone to know that the Ukrainian government wants to wipe us off the face of the Earth. They are demolishing our homes and killing our children and old folks at bus stops, in buses, in hospitals, in homes. Our children sit at home and in shelters. And they don’t show this on TV. You can only see this on the Internet. And if now America gives Ukraine lethal weapons, we will cease to exist. Ukraine is killing us with America’s help.”
If Washington’s new puppet government in Ukraine doesn’t want to wipe out the Russian Donbass people in eastern Ukraine, then why did they make the controversial decision to starve millions by cutting off access to personal money with which to buy food and essentials?
If the Ukrainian government doesn’t want to murder as many civilians as possible, then why deny entry to charitable organizations, which can bring aid to hundreds of thousands who are at risk of starvation or injuries?
A 21-year-old with a baby born in October 2014 told AFP:
“If America sends weapons, we will be exterminated—not rebel ‘separatists’ as they consider us, but peaceful and ordinary residents of the city of Donetsk. What are we guilty of? I want to live, to raise my child and to celebrate every new quiet and peaceful day, not to cry every day and pray for survival.”
Lifesaving donations marked “For Ukraine” can be sent to the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist at 4001 17th St NW, Washington, D.C. 20011.