A video has emerged showing the moment 20 neo-Nazi Ukrainian thugs attacked a gay club in Kiev, following the cancellation of the city’s pride event.
The video shows clubbers being hurried into the building by a bouncer as the homophobic thugs approach Pomada club two nights ago.
According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, a smoke bomb and a few firecrackers were thrown into the club.
Far-right, homophobic groups were influential in Ukraine’s recent ‘revolution’ (which was called a coup by many).
Several of the men in the video are wearing neo-Nazi symbols such as the Celtic cross.
Before the revolution, Ukraine’s parliament attempted to pass an anti-discrimination bill but dropped it after protests.
Anti-gay Neo-nazi groups have been responsible for hundreds of violent attacks on gay teens in Russia, spreading videos of these attacks on social media to encourage more violence against homosexuals.