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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

"Beat the Kikes" T-shirts worn at political rally in Ukraine

At an opposition rally in Cherkassy, Ukraine last Saturday, several people took off their jackets to reveal T-shirts that said "Beat the Kikes" in Ukranian:


A lawyer, Victor Smal, says that he was beaten when he objected to the T-shirts.

This video, however, seems to show that some people at the rally reacted strongly at the appearance of the anti-semites, ripping off their shirts, spraying them with a liquid and even beating one of them up.

Some are saying that this was a "false flag" operation to make a political party look bad.

Police questioned 36 people suspected of inciting ethnic hatred.



(h/t Vandoren)