So Bucha Bodies Were Real? | Awful Avalanche
Saturday, April 9, 2022 12:00 AM
So Bucha Bodies Were Real?
In my Day #40 post I made fun of the Bucha “fake atrocity” and compared it to Michael Jackson’s Zombie Thriller dance. Relying on that phone video in which one of the “dead bodies” clearly seems to sit up after the car has passed by on the street. I assure my readers I never would have joked about, or found humor in, an atrocity if I thought for one second there were actually dead people involved.
Well, now I feel a little bit bad, because it seems those bodies were actually real. An analyst whom I respect (Scott Ritter) said the massacre actually happened. But he believes those people were shot by the Ukrainians (Azov and SBU), not by the Russians. (I still can’t explain that phone video, though, unless it was just some internet fake…)
Anyhow, I saw this piece this morning, the reporter is Dmitry Zubarev. I can’t find the English-language original of Scott’s webinar that it alludes to. Scott has been censored from Twitter and youtube and most of Westie media.
There is this RT piece by Scott in English, which people can read, but it’s not the same content as the one in the VZGLIAD. Hence, I will have to translate into English from the Russian, which was translated into Russian from Scott’s original English.
I therefore stipulate, that my English translation of Scott’s words will not necessarily coincide exactly with Scott’s original words, in fact the odds are zero that it will, got that?
Ritter explains his theory of what happened: The Russian troops occupied the town of Bucha for a few days. The local residents probably thought they were here to stay, so they weren’t afraid to talk to the Russian soldiers and even barter with them for food. The local residents gave the soldiers fresh foods like eggs, milk, and cheese. In return the Russians gave them dry foods like grain, sugar, and their own dry rations.
The people who came to barter with the Russians, would wear white armbands as a signal that they were not a threat to the soldiers. [Unfortunately, somebody in the town was taking notice and probably making a list.]
Then the Russians eventually left, as per the Russian strategic plan to withdraw from the Kiev area. A couple of days went by, then Azov and the Ukrainian security police (SBU) returned to the town. On April 1 the SBU announced that they were carrying out a “cleansing” of the town, even though the Russians had already been gone for a couple of days. They announced that regular citizens should stay inside their homes while they cleansed the town of “collaborationists”. They told people: “Don’t panic. Stay in your homes, the National Police are conducting a cleansing.”
Ritter points out that the Ukrainian authorities have announced openly, since the very beginning of the war, that they would regard anybody, who had any dealings with the Russians other than trying to shoot them, as collaborationists.
Ritter posits that the Ukrainian police knocked on the doors of houses of people whom they believed had collaborated with the Russians. They took them out onto the street and shot them. There is one video in which an Azov guy boasts about “going on safari”, in fact this special police unit which conducted this raid, went by the call sign Safari. Except in a regular safari people go out to hunt animals. In this safari they were hunting people.
Ritter points out that most of the dead bodies on the Bucha streets were wearing white armbands. Alongside each body the shooters placed a green “military rations” box. Just like a serial killer leaves his calling card, this would be their signal to show that the dead person was a collaborator who had exchanged fresh food for a Russian ration box.
In some cases, according to Ritter, the dead body does not wear a white armband. In these cases, their hands were tied behind their backs.
The Ukrainians claim that the bodies had been lying there for several days (they would have to be, if it was the Russians who shot them). But a Mexican journalist who happened to arrive there on that same day (April 1) when the Ukrainians made the announcement, noticed that there was fresh blood around some of the bodies. He concluded that the people had been shot very recently, most likely that same day.
Yalensis: The Ukrainians themselves didn’t even realize what a “goldmine” they had on their hands. It’s quite normal for the Azov Nazis to commit random atrocities and then blame the Russians. Maybe even they were surprised how this cheesy provocation achieved such resonance all over the Western world.
Westies just went apeshit over it, and started baying for Russian blood. Only goes to show what a bunch of sheep in the West… no critical thinking skills left at all, not even one brain cell left among the whole lot of them.
Anyhow, I do feel bad now that I joked about this earlier, when I just jumped to the conclusion that it was a cheesy hoax. I feel really bad for the families of these people who were murdered in cold blood by the Ukrainian Nazis. Eventually the truth will come out, it always does.###