Riots & Shootings in Ukraine Ignored; Beiber, Not So Much…

s_u01_RTX17LRXSince they were called the Soviet Union, Tuesday, February 18, was the bloodiest clash between the people and the government at Independence Square in Kiev, Ukraine. 

These protests, shootings, and riots were not reported in the Main Stream Media.  This started before the beginning of the Olympics 3 months ago and has now culminated into a climax of deaths reported on both sides, majority being the protestors.  These protestors are fighting for the people who have had enough of the corrupt government.

Initially it was reported on Friday, January 24th.

Top news that day was on the former VA Governor McDonnell and his wife’s stupidity in their unwise decisions regarding money and gifts–which all are not even indictable and which our Federal government is spending our tax money on to move forward. I’m sure they’d like to get some fines and restitution put in so they can lower our country’s debt.

Aside from that, also in the news–Justin Bieber, cruising at high speed in his nice ride got himself arrested.

Instead of focusing on pop media and a politician and his greedy wife, we should be watching what is happening in the Ukraine.  Remember the words, “let freedom ring”…

This is a must watch video.

Jin Ah Jin

Virginia PolitiChick Jin Ah Jin has been the lead in campaigns for many politicians, including Ken Cuccinelli for both State Senate and Attorney General and she was appointed the Honorary Chairman for the Fairfax County Asian American Coalition for the McCain/ Palin campaign. Jin also assists in local minority grassroots politics in her state of Virginia. She believes if we can elect and support good officials whose root is the care of their constituents, then we can change things. In her past, Jin worked as a volunteer fundraiser for Mercy Corps raising awareness and money for the health and poverty of women and children in North Korea. She was also a volunteer fundraiser for the Korean American Association of Greater Washington, D.C. area and led the Education Committee to teach English for newly arrived legal immigrants to the area. In conjunction, she worked with the office of former Congressman Thomas Davis, who took the lead on reforms in the welfare bill for legal immigrants. Jin was a former Vice President of Resources, board member and Fundraising Gala chair for the Korean American Coalition of Washington, D.C. in 2001. She was on the Scholarship Committee and the co-chair of the golf tournament fundraiser for the U.S. Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce 2003-2006. More importantly, Jin is the mother of 6 children. She says her passion for service is led through her children's eyes: "I want change for my children. I want them to have a future where their dreams can become reality and where they can succeed without prejudice."

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