In Izmail, a monument to the Russian executioner Suvorov was doused with red paint: eloquent photos
The monument to Suvorov was poured with red paint in Izmail/Telegram “Khu***a Odessa”
In the city of Izmail, in the Odessa region, unknown people poured red paint over a monument to the Russian commander of the 8th century Alexander Suvorov. This was not the first time this had been done there.
On the next manifestation of the struggle against the glorification of the bloody leader of Tsarist Russia, it became known on May 29. A photo of this ideologically motivated vandalism was published in one of the Odessa telegram channels.
The monument was cleaned, but immediately closed
The photographs showed that quite a lot of paint had been poured onto the monument. Basically, she was on the torso of Suvorov, as well as his horse. However, part of the substance got on the steps at the pedestal of the Russian.
“Updating” the appearance of the monument to Suvorov/Photo telegram “Khu *** Odessa”
Public journalists contacted the mayor of the city Andrey Abramchenko. He confirmed that the monument was doused with paint.
The doused staircase of the pedestal in Izmail/Photo telegram “Khu* **а Odessa”
While we do not know his (Monument – Channel 24) further fate. This monument is part of the cultural heritage, so we are waiting for a response from the Cabinet of Ministers about its future fate, – Andrei Abramchenko noted.
He said that Suvorov had already been wiped away, but this monument had already been closed.
Our soldiers fired into the crowd, not making out anyone. The piercing scream of women and the screams of children terrified the soul. “Not to anyone sorry!” – shouted our soldiers and killed everyone, no difference in age or gender, – recalled a participant in these events, Von Kluga.
Thus, Russia suppressed the Polish uprising. And general-in-chief Suvorov for this cruel “special operation” received the highest military rank – field marshal.
19th century engraving “Massacre in Prague”/Image of the National Libraries of Poland
Other events with imperial monuments
- On April 11, residents of Ternopil noticed that a monument to the poet Pushkin had suddenly disappeared. Subsequently, it turned out that it was officially dismantled. “Everything that is Russian should be dismantled, torn out and forgotten once and for all,” Mayor Sergei Nadal said.
- And already on May 21, the monument to this Russian chauvinist in Nikolaev disappeared from the pedestal. He, too, was taken away by municipal workers. The head of the Nikolaev OVA then satirically noted that the poet had disappeared without his knowledge.