(Inside me, it was...)


Woyzeck in Donetsk

Life imitating art: so tedious, but what can you do? Sometimes it happens.

The mystery surrounding the attack by the Latvian OMON (a contradiction in terms, if there was one) on the Ministry of Interior building in Riga has finally been solved. It took 23 years, but good things come to those who wait. I wrote about the tragedy -- resulting in five casualties -- after I had paid a visit to the Latvian capital at the end of July. 

The attack was provoked by a "third party," shooting at the OMON and the police, citizens, everybody, from the roof of the Ministry of Interior building.

On video footage from the attack, the tracer rounds shot by the OMON are going up, towards the roof. The idea that they are shooting at someone sounds plausible to me.

The crime scene: 6 Raiņa bulvāris

Yet nobody knew for sure who the third party was.

Until now, that is. Now we know, thanks to an interview granted to Novaya Gazeta by Vladimir Antyufeyev -- the current deputy prime minister of Dontesk People's Republic -- and summarized in The Moscow Times. If anybody should know, it's Antyufeyev. He was one of those boys doing the shooting in the street.

It was the masons. Or the Mansons. The Band! They did it. And the ground is hollow. Hear, hear!

Late at night, a severed head rolls out, just about here. A fellow saw it, thought it was a hedgehog. Two days later...

Enough! All you Büchner fans know the story already; for those who don't, this is the perfect opportunity to familiarize yourself with the twisted play. Go watch the opera, for God's sake! (The masons have messed with the name of it -- Wozzeck instead of Woyzeck -- but you'll figure it out.) 

If you don't like the idea of Vladimir Putin's bagman acting like a broke-ass paranoid schizophrenic from the 19th century, there really isn't much I can do.

These are the facts, that is all.

Still, I believe the Bilderbergs did something to mess the story up. Back in 1991... or afterwards. It just doesn't sound right.

Correct me if I'm mistaken, Ant.

Isn't that the LATVIAN flag

flying in the pole of the Riga Castle

in the photo below?

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