In his article Ukraine: Through the Haze of Propaganda, historian Timothy Snyder told a moving story about the protests in Ukraine. This was a story that was told through different yet very personal perspectives. One of them about how investigative journalist Mustafa Nayem used social media to gather students in Kiev. It was a story of people that just wanted freedom from a corrupt government. And don't people deserve the right to be free from a corrupt government?
|Not only was it immoral as tens of millions were stolen, Yanukovych used some of the money to build himself what Snyder referred to as some of the ugliest in architectural history.|
RT Documentary on Crimea
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