A stunning 3-minute video showing scenes from the attack on Odessa’s House of Trade Unions on May 2, 2014, in which 46 “federalists” were murdered by a fascist-led mob. This event was a turning point in both the rising tide of fascists in Ukraine and the anti-fascist resistance.
One of the best documentaries examining the fascist-led arson attack on Odessa’s House of Trade Unions on May 2, 2014. By Ulrich Heyden & Marco Benson. Produced by leftvision.de
An independent report produced shortly after the massacre.
A very interesting independent investigation into the May 2, 2014, massacre.
Footage of the second anniversary memorial of the massacre in the House of Trade Unions. By Regis Tremblay of the UNAC solidarity delegation.
Interview at the second anniversary memorial with Odessan Alexander Toderov. Video by Regis Tremblay, who with interviewer Bruce Gagnon and Phil Wilayto made up the UNAC solidarity delegation.
Russia Today coverage of UNAC’s Ukraine panel at the 2016 Left Forum in New York City.
An explanation of the background to the massacre, by Bruce Gagnon, who along with Regis Tremblay and Phil Wilayto made up the UNAC delegation at the second anniversary memorial on May 2, 2016 in Kulikovo Square. Video by Regis Tremblay.
A radio interview by Radio Sputnik’s Brian Becker with UNAC delegation organizer Phil Wilayto during the May 2, 2016, memorial in Kulikovo Square.
Ray McGovern, a former career analyst with the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, is now a prominent antiwar activist and co-founder of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity. Here he discusses the U.S. role in the February 2014 right-wing coup in Kiev, the Russian annexation of Crimea and other pertinent issues. Video by Regis Tremblay.
While the North Atlantic Treaty Organization was holding its NATO Summit July 8-9, 2016, in Warsaw Poland, two conferences opposing NATO also were held in the city. On July 10, participants from both conferences joined together in a march through downtown Warsaw, past the U.S. Embassy and on to a park within site of the Summit. Odessa Solidarity Campaign coordinator Phil Wilayto spoke at the conference sponsored by the World Peace Council and later at the final march rally sponsored by No to War, no to NATO.
“While the U.S. public is distracted by endless election circuses and the hunt for more bread, the U.S. military and NATO are stirring up WWIII in Eastern Europe. This week we speak with Phil Wilayto. He is editor of The Virginia Defender newspaper and a member of the Administrative Committee of the United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC). Phil has been spending time in Ukraine and Poland working with antiwar and anti-fascist groups. For more on UNAC see: https://unacpeace.org. Run time: 29:00″