The above is from a video discussed below, about what "our people" are doing
to "their people."
A friend who lives in Ukraine sent me this message a few hours ago:
I got a call from Donestsk the other day asking me if I knew anything about a bomb that sucks the air out of a room or building and tears people up in the process. Granted it was only part of what happened. A fireball followed.
The survivors had left the room and had two structural walls between them and the detonation site. It was probably a small bomb/missile, but the only type I know of as a possible explanation is a thermobaric or vacuum bomb. Have you heard of any other weapon that can do this?
Also, there is a rumor about SCUD missiles, which Ukraine was supposed to have demolished 20 years ago. People say that they are being deployed to Donbass. Do you know anything about this?
A genocide is going on, but it's supported by the West, and so Americans and Europeans aren't learning much about it from the standpoint of its victims (the residents of Ukraine's southeast). Perhaps that's why there aren't calls for war-crimes trials about the genocide.
Here's the background (for those who don't already know it):
Southeastern Ukraine had voted overwhelmingly in 2010 for the President who was overthrown by a violent coup on 22 February 2014, and so the coup-imposed Government is trying to kill them, to clear the land from them but keep their territory; it calls those people "terrorists" for their rejecting this coup-imposed Government, but the reason they reject it isn't only because it was imposed in a violent coup against the man for whom they had overwhelmingly voted, but also because this new Government is trying to get rid of the people who live there, to clear the land from them, to get them off of Ukraine's voter-rolls. This new coup-imposed Government wants to remain in power, through future 'democratic' 'elections,' without needing to worry about these voters, enough of whom will then be gone so that this Government can stay, no matter whom its personnel are.
Ukraine, even before the February 2014 coup, was the most far-right country in all of Europe and the former Soviet Union, but now, with so many of the voters in its least-conservative region (the southeastern) gone, this extremist rightwing Government will probably last. However, they want to get rid of yet more of them, just to play it safe.
So, the civil war between the Government and those residents is continuing. That Government has already held elections within the areas it's not bombing, elections in order to claim that they're not the same government as the violently coup-imposed one -- that they're a democratically elected government instead. However, it has the same people, who are the politicians that received their electoral support in the northwestern half of Ukraine. There was little or no voting held in much of the southeast. So, this is actually a sectional war, an ongoing civil war, with the northwest bombing the southeast. The oligarchs in the northwest want their land, but want to get rid of the people who live on it. And this is being called "pro-Western."
Ukraine's civil war started on May 2nd. That was when the newly installed post-22-February-2014-coup-imposed Ukrainian Government made unequivocally clear, via a shocking massacre, that the people who live in the regions which had voted overwhelmingly for the former Ukrainian President, Viktor Yanukovych, needed to be either dead, or otherwise gone -- but, in either case, absent from Ukraine, and gone from Ukraine's voter-rolls. The pro-Western, anti-Russian, Ukrainians who carried out this massacre inside the Trade Unions Building in Odessa on May 2nd, by burning alive the people who had been encamped there circulating literature against the new Ukrainian regime that Obama in his February 2014 coup in Kiev had imposed upon Ukraine, called themselves the "Right Sector." And here is their preferred way of killing people, which they had practiced at and even before their coup, but now yet more systematically during this May 2nd massacre (and, this time, you can see it in the context it's viewed at youtube):