DPRK anti-American postcard
Comrade Andrew Brazhevsky, killed by neo-Nazis in Odessa, Ukraine, May 2, 2014
Andrew Brazhevsky was killed by neo-Nazis. Together with other comrades of Borotba, he defended the anti-fascist Campground at Kulikova Fields. Together with them, he retreated to the building of the House of Trade Unions under the onslaught of superior forces of neo-Nazis who attacked and burned the tents. Then the ultras torched the House of Trade Union with Molotov cocktails. During the fire, Andrew was on one of the upper floors. He had to jump out the window to escape the fire. On the ground, he was still alive. The neo-Nazi beasts finished him off with bats as he lay at their feet.
Andrew was a staunch, courageous and disciplined comrade. He worked as a programmer, but his real vocation was militant political activity. Andrew was a staunch communist, who devoted a lot of time to self-education, read the Marxist classics and modern leftist authors. The Odessa left remembers that this modest, intelligent guy tried not to miss a single political action, and has always been at the forefront.
When the neo-Nazi forces came to power in Ukraine, Andrew enrolled in Odessa militias to defend their city from the Nazis. Unfortunately, that day the superiority of the forces was not on the side of the defenders of Odessa.
The life and death of Andrew showed the path of the fighter, a true communist.
Andrew, your death will not remain unavenged. Neo-Nazis are not masters in our cities, in our streets. We promise to remember you and fight.
Eternal memory to you, Andrew.
Comrade Andrew Brazhevsky of Borotba, presente! Eternal glory to all the anti-fascists who fell in the defense of Odessa! Death to U.S. imperialism and its neo-Nazi puppets!
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