Setting the Record Straight; Stuff You Should Know About Ukraine

Unz Review | Feb. 5, 2023

On February 16, 2022, a full week before Putin sent combat troops into Ukraine, the Ukrainian Army began the heavy bombardment of the area (in east Ukraine) occupied by mainly ethnic Russians. Officials from the Observer Mission of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) were located in the vicinity at the time and kept a record of the shelling as it took place. What the OSCE discovered was that the bombardment dramatically intensified as the week went on until it reached a peak on February 19, when a total of 2,026 artillery strikes were recorded. Keep in mind, the Ukrainian Army was, in fact, shelling civilian areas along the Line of Contact that were occupied by other Ukrainians.

We want to emphasize that the officials from the OSCE were operating in their professional capacity gathering first-hand evidence of shelling in the area. What their data shows is that Ukrainian Forces were bombing and killing their own people. This has all been documented and has not been challenged.

So, the question we must all ask ourselves is this: Is the bombardment and slaughter of one’s own people an ‘act of war’?


2 Comments on Setting the Record Straight; Stuff You Should Know About Ukraine

    • Nonsense Judeo-Bolshevik propaganda. UNZ is Soviet controlled, Duginist junk that is trying to push Americans into the hands of BRICs and the Grand Eurasian Superstate. Fake dialectical garbage. The neo Nazis in Ukraine were all put in place by Putin as controlled opposition. Zelenskyy is controlled opposition too. Kissinger & Associate projects.

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