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I am from Kharkiv, but now I live in exile

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Tags: Ukraine
Language: English
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I would like to address you, American people.
My name is Philip.
I am a citizen of Ukraine of Armenian origin.
I am from Kharkiv, but now I live in exile.
I am a musician, a composer and a writer.
You can see my works on my Facebook page.
I want you to know what happened in my hometown in 2014.
At that time the legitimate government was overthrown.
The power was seized by the nationalists and those who direct them behind the scenes.
I was a witness of these events.
I was a participant of these events.
The truth is that inhabitants of Kharkiv in 2014 were acting against the new government headed by Poroshenko.
Even today they don’t accept the power of Poroshenko, but they are afraid to say to express their thoughts.
Because everyone who is against the government of Poroshenko gets into prison or is in exile like me.
Look! This is the Maidan.
There are about 25 thousand people who came from all over Ukraine here.
Within a few months, from morning till night the Maidan leaders were inviting them through television, radio and thousands of Internet groups to come to the square.
And this is the square of freedom in Kharkiv.
It is the largest one in Europe.
Here you can see from 10 to 15 thousand inhabitants of Kharkiv, who came out against the Maidan.
They gathered together without any help of television.
No famous boxers and singers, politicians and public figures called them to the streets.
The inhabitants of Kharkiv came out on its own when they saw what was happening in the Maidan.
Citizen of Kharkiv were against the new Maidan government.
Look how many of them there are here.
This is the video with me.
Today, I want to tell you about the first lie that Poroshenko and his team constantly repeat.
He says that the whole Ukraine has accepted the events that had happened in Maidan.
You can see this is not true.
Most of Kharkiv inhabitants have not accepted Maidan, the authority of Poroshenko and Ukrainian nationalists.
In the next video I will tell you what the inhabitants of Kharkiv wanted in 2014.
And why they came out into the streets.
Please help me spread this video in the German Facebook.

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