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Roger Waters of Pink Floyd is on Ukraine’s notorious Myrotvorets kill list

Maybe you have never heard of the website of NGO The NGO was created in 2014, just a year after the Maidan protesters took power in Kyiv, by Ukrainian government officials to publish thousands of people’s names and personal data considered “enemies of Ukraine.”

This site (whose name means “peacekeepers”) is allegedly managed by the Ukrainian Security Service and the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs officials.

Thus, it is a death list for politicians, journalists, entrepreneurs, and other public figures who have been “cleared for firing”.

This Myrotvorets death list includes Roger Waters, co-founder of the famous rock band Pink Floyd.

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Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Croatia’s President Zoran Milanovic have been added as well as Henry Kissinger.

Some people on the list have already been murdered. The Myrotvorets website recently marked Darya Dugina, a Russian woman recently murdered, as “liquidated.”

Roger Waters had recently called U.S. President Joe Biden a war criminal on CNN and sharply criticized him in connection with the Ukraine conflict.

The rock star’s views have outraged NATO supporters and their friends as much as the Social Justice Warriors.

He is also known as a supporter of the arbitrarily imprisoned regime critic Julian Assange, as well as a critic of imperialism in general.

Their personal information is published, such as the addresses of their homes, phone numbers, and bank account numbers; anything that can help to track them down quickly.

When the people on this list are murdered, like Italian journalist Andrea Rocchelli, the word ЛИКВИДИРОВАН, ‘liquidated,’ is stamped in Ukrainian in big red letters over their picture.

And as of today, Darya Dugina, who was killed in a car bomb explosion in Moscow on Saturday, also appears as ‘liquidated’ on the website.

This makes Russia’s claim even more credible that she was murdered by a Ukrainian nationalist who had rented an apartment in the building where Darya lived to monitor her before she was killed.

It is believed that she was murdered because her father, Alexander Dugin, was referred to in the Western media as ‘Putin’s brain’ and ‘Putin’s spiritual leader.’ In reality, these claims are just further speculation. (…)

Waters, who has always been something of a dissident and war resister, as all rock stars were when rock and roll was still real, is being mercilessly attacked by the ‘woke’ crowd, intolerant of anyone not in lockstep with their views.

The U.S. government took no action to block the website, although many Russian websites and alternative news media were blocked by social media giants for publishing information about the war in Ukraine that did not match official accounts.

According to website information, donations to this controversial site, which have existed for years, can be made using U.S. financial services providers Visa and Mastercard.

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