Such a "civil war". "I saw Limonovites during the raids on the Donetsk Regional State Administration and SBU in Donetsk" - Manekin 03/18/2020 13:32:30. Total views 641. Views today — 0.

Supporters of Ukrainophobe and Russian fascist Eduard Limonov took an active part as militants in unleashing the war in the Donbas and occupation of part of the Donetsk oblast. This was acknowledged by biggest admirer of the "DNR" Roman Manekin in his commentary on the death of the odious "National Bolshevik".

"I saw Limonovites during the raids on the Donetsk Regional State Administration and SBU in Donetsk. I saw them at the front… I saw the living, I saw the wounded and the killed… They died in the Donbass, in battle for the Donbass", - he wrote pathetically, without specifying who invited these outcasts to the territory of Ukraine.

The fact is that the Limonov militants took part in the hostilities in the Donbass is also confirmed by the Kharkiv separatist, propagandist Konstantin Dolgov. Limonov himself, according to him, was an active supporter of the complete occupation of southeastern Ukraine "The National Bolsheviks he had raised fought in the Donbass. His dream was to "return" Kharkiv… to Russia. We met a few years ago, when there was still faith that the Minsk agreements are about to be canceled and the hot phase will resume", - Dolgov wrote on a social network.

As previously reported, the top leadership of Russia and the puppet rulers of the "DNR/LNR" are trying to present the Russian aggression against Ukraine and the occupation of part of the Donbass as an "internal" Ukrainian conflict.

The leader of the Other Russia fringe party died on March 17, 2020. He was an ideological Ukrainophobe and a Russian chauvinist. He founded the subsequently banned National Bolshevik Party in 1993. He took part in the hostilities in Yugoslavia on the side of the Serbs, in the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict on the side of Abkhazia, in the Moldovan-Transnistrian conflict on the side of the unrecognized Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic. He was accused of preparing an armed invasion of Kazakhstan in 2000-2001 to protect the Russian-speaking population. He was imprisoned in the FSB Lefortovo detention center In April 2001 on charges of possession of weapons and creation of illegal armed formations, and later sentenced to 4 years in prison. He was released on license. Limonov's supporters took an active part in destabilizing the situation in Ukraine.