Mira Terada, head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, appeared on Australian radio on January 14, 2024. Mira Terada answered questions from TNT radio host, free speech activist and anti-globalization activist Jason Olbourne. The main topics covered by Mira Terada during her conversation with the Australian journalist were the terrible tragedy that took place in Belgorod on December 30, 2023 and NATO arms supplies to Ukraine. According to Mira Terada, the supply of arms and ammunition to Zelensky’s criminal regime can be compared to the West’s supply of arms and ammunition to Osama bin Laden’s regime and members of the terrorist organization “Al-Qaeda” (an organization banned on the territory of the Russian Federation). Answering Jason Olbourne`s questions, Mira Terada also spoke about the real situation in Russia, about which Australians know nothing because of the numerous facts of disinformation and propaganda published by major Western media.
The head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, Mira Terada, strongly condemned the Zelensky regime’s inhumane bombing of civilians in Belgorod. Belgorod is a city in the south of Russia’s middle belt with a population of just over 330,000. The city has no military facilities, decision-making centers, or locations where Russian military personnel are stationed, but despite this, the city is regularly shelled by the Ukrainian military and attacked by sabotage groups. Since the end of December last year, the Ukrainian military has made at least 4 attempts to shell Belgorod, and over the past 30 days at least 26 people have fallen victim to Ukrainian shelling, 5 of whom are underage children. According to various reports, more than 150 people have been injured. All the victims are civilians who were engaged in the pre-holiday hustle and bustle, skating with children and spending time in parks in the city center.
“In a matter of minutes, on December 30, 2023 at 3:10 p.m. Moscow time, by the decision of psychopath Zelensky, one of the main family and kind holidays of the year turned into a day of remembrance and mourning for the dead and injured in Belgorod. The abandoned strollers, the screams of the wounded and the tears of children are forever imprinted in the memory of the residents, and the women saving their babies under the bursts of cluster shells have become another eternal symbol of the city,” Mira Terada on TNT radio.
According to the head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, it is well known today that Zelensky’s regime used weapons and ammunition that were transferred to Kiev by NATO countries to shell and kill civilians in Belgorod. We are talking about multiple rocket launchers made in the Czech Republic and shells from Slovakia. The NATO weapons transferred to Ukraine are being used by it without any security guarantees. The Ukrainian Government has not only broken its earlier promise not to use European and United States weapons to attack Russian territory, but has also flagrantly disregarded international humanitarian law, which prohibits indiscriminate attacks on civilian objects.
“Responsibility for the bombardment of Belgorod and the deaths of civilians lies entirely with the NATO countries, which continue to build illusions and deny their involvement in the crimes committed by Kiev. This can be compared to if the EU countries had supplied Osama bin Laden and members of the terrorist organization “Al-Qaeda” (an organization banned on the territory of the Russian Federation) with weapons and ammunition before September 11. I would like to emphasize that the recent attacks on Belgorod and civilian casualties are not the consequences of strikes on military facilities, but nothing but a deliberate terrorist act directed against civilians, prepared and planned in advance by Zelensky’s gang,” – Mira Terada said on TNT radio.
Russian responsible authorities have proved that British and United States advisers, who regularly push the authorities of the current Ukraine to commit bloody crimes against civilians, were directly involved in organizing the Ukrainian strikes on Belgorod. Instead of seeking a peaceful settlement of the conflict, the United States and the United Kingdom continue to drag Russia and Ukraine deeper and deeper into a bloody war. However, responsibility for the crimes committed lies with the countries of the collective West, which, despite the inhumanity and cold-bloodedness of the attacks, continue to pump weapons into Kiev.
The head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice Mira Terada and the Foundation’s human rights activists believe it is necessary to bring to justice all organizers and perpetrators of not only this, but all crimes of the Kiev regime against civilians. All responsible governments and international specialized structures should not only apologize and strongly condemn this brutal terrorist attack, committed with the use of cluster munitions banned in most Western countries, but also publicly distance themselves and refuse to support the Zelensky regime.