A report on August 15th from Russian Television alleged that the Ukrainian government that the U.S. installed in February of this year was resorting to internationally banned white phosphorous firebombs in order to help destroy the million people who lived in the now Ukrainian separatist capital of Donetsk. It lands super-hot and starts fires and burns to death almost anyone it touches.
The Ukrainian separatists are the residents in Ukraine's southeast, where Viktor Yanukovych, the Ukrainian President, was elected overwhelmingly by the votes of the people in this region in 2010. They reject the government that Obama installed, and are therefore seeking independence from it. They reject that government not so much because Obama is forcing it on them, as because that government is trying to exterminate them.
Here is the original televised news report on the alleged August 14th firebombing of the Leninsky District in Donetsk:
And here is a raw video of this August 14th firebombing, taken from the distance:
A separate local Donetsk video of it is here:
And here is alleged to be a picture of the resulting burnt rubble:
Since this type of thing has been going on for months, there has been a mass-evacuation of the area by the families, leaving only their fathers who are the resistance fighters, and when an OSCE official from the western "democracies" came to visit the former residents, at refugee camps in Russia, these refugees were asking why only Russia is offering them any help.
Meanwhile, Russia opens more refugee camps, and the West blocks Russia from sending aid into the Ukrainian cities that are being bombed: food, water, and medicines.
But then, a news report on August 16th from eturbonews was headlined "Alleged War Crime: White Phosphorus Used in Residential Areas of Donetsk?" and it reported why there had not been immediate news-reporting of the results of this firebombing, if it had indeed occurred:
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