I wrote earlier this morning a bit of a parody article on Bucha, ending by making sure everyone knew that I don’t really know what happened in Bucha. Having said that, this article does accidentally shine some light on the issue, and adds more detail to our timeline. This article was written on April 2nd, just before the “news,” of the supposed Russian massacre was unearthed.
Special forces have begun a clearing operation in the city of Bucha in the Kyiv region, which has been liberated by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The city is being cleared from saboteurs and accomplices of Russian forces.
Considering what we now know, that sounds ominous. Keep in mind the pictures of the civilians with the white Russian armbands in what look like executions.
This has been reported by the National Police.
“At the moment, the combatants of the organised special forces regiment of the National Police, Safari, which includes the representatives of subdivisions of the Special Tasks Police, the Rapid Operational Response Unit, the Tactical Operational Response Police, and explosive ordnance disposal experts, is working in the city,” the office reports.
The police have also said that the EOD experts are inspecting the places of Russia’s war crimes and removing the explosives and ammunition which haven’t detonated.
The law enforcement officers note that they are checking every yard and shelter, talking to the residents and providing help to them. “The residents who have had to experience the horrors of occupation are cooperating with the law enforcement officers the best they can. The police do everything to restore law and order on the liberated territory so the residents could get back to their hometown as soon as possible,” the National Police notes.
As a reminder, the day before, the head of Bucha city Anatolii Fedoruk recorded a video message in which he announced that the city had been liberated from Russian invaders on 31 March.
I can’t speak Ukrainian or Russian, but this guy seems awfully cheerful in this video from March 31st. That’s sort of weird considering that the Russians were supposedly indiscriminately murdering civilians right around this time. I mean we’re supposed to believe that the Russians just got done randomly murdering a bunch of Bucha villagers for no reason, and so… this guy is all cheerful and happy about it?
The mayor of Bucha Anatoly Fedoruk in a video message said that the city was liberated from the Russian invaders. “March 31 will go down in the history of our settlement, the entire territorial community as a day of liberation from Russian orcs, from the Russian invaders by the Armed Forces of Ukraine of our settlements,” Fedoruk said.
He added that this is “a great victory of our Armed Forces in the Kyiv region, and we will wait with you and will do everything to ensure that there is a great victory throughout Ukraine.”
That’s kind of a weird thing to say when you should instead be saying “look at all the bodies of Ukrainian civilians the Russians just murdered.”
This is all giving me Assad Gas Baby flashbacks. As the war goes terribly for ZOG, we trump up imaginary atrocities that get debunked by cursory examination. I still don’t know exactly what happened at Bucha, but I’ll have another article out shortly that takes a closer look.