EU weighs sanctions to protect violent murderous "protestors" in Ukraine

"Good" firebombing, police killing"protestors" in Ukraine

"Good" police killing, firebombing "protestors" are defended by PC Western countries. The protesters want close ties with the European Union, while the democratic government wants ties with traditional ally Russia. Russia-banging is politically correct, after all Russia opposes teaching homosexuality to minors. (Spiked : Gay-loving Westerners vs. redneck Russia)

Video of Ukrainian Mob violence


 

Shoot Hooligans in self defense

We at Human-Stupidity are anti-violence. Hooligans that throw heavy cobblestones and Molotov Cocktails onto innocent police men (ahem police officers) should be shot in self defense. We proposed the same during London Riots and other riots. These cowardly hooligans will withdraw, once their violence is met with an equal response. 

We propose Human Rights for good citizens:

The Human-Right not to have one’s houses burned down, not to be attacked on the street, the Human-Right for good people should trump human rights of Hooligans. Good people should have the human right not to be attacked with deadly weapons, not to have their houses firebombed.

In the above video we can see an empowered woman throwing a cobblestone on a nearby police man (we doubt that many police women will be put in harm’s way). Why does police need to tolerate such a life threatening behavior? Yes: human rights are for criminals

EU to discuss sanctions after Ukraine’s bloodiest day


European Union leaders say they were urgently preparing targeted sanctions against those responsible for a crackdown on the protesters in Independence Square.

EU foreign ministers have called an emergency meeting on Ukraine for Thursday.

After a meeting with France’s President François Hollande in Paris, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the EU will discuss sanctions that will show it is serious about wanting a political solution.

“But sanctions alone are not enough,” said Merkel, adding that it was necessary to talk to both the opposition and the government to help bring peace to Ukraine.

Hollande said there had been: “Unspeakable, unacceptable, intolerable acts.”

Earlier European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said: “We have … made it clear that the EU will respond to any deterioration on the ground. We therefore expect that targeted measures against those responsible for violence and use of excessive force can be agreed by our member states as a matter of urgency.”

That comes as Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich warned his opponents on Wednesday that he could deploy force against them after what he called their attempt to “seize power” by means of “arson and murder”.

The emphasis is ours. The European Union threatens sanctions and violence to protect people who use extreme street violence to overthrow a legitimate government.

The EU is actually to blame for the riots. The culprit is the EU inviting more and more remote country into their Union, while the Euro is in shambles and creates suffering, transfer unions, and monstrous amounts of joblessness.

In a statement posted online in the early hours as hardline demonstrators fought riot police in central Kyiv, Yanukovich stressed he had refrained from violence since unrest began and had persistently offered dialogue and possible elections. But he said he was being pressed by advisers to take a harder line.

Ukraine’s anti-government protesters are holding out in Independence Square after the bloodiest day and night since the former Soviet republic won its independence.

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