Babay ‏@Truth_Seeker_11 · 6 min.  Quoting: KneelB4Zod!
#Maidan activists vandalized hotel "Tourist" in #Kiev, disrupted the election of a new head of Trade Unions inside.
Good old Maidanists. When you can't find them how they sit on the pile of mess and whining be sure they are nearby and vandalizing or burning some buildings...
No. Those Maidanists are GRU, FSB 'activists.' Old skool Putin-favorite KGB provocation. You can read all about here.
March 29, 2014
One of the most powerful tools the Kremlin has in its secret arsenal of Special War is provocation, what they call provokatsiya. While Moscow cannot claim to have invented this technique, which has existed as long as there have been secret services, there’s no doubt that Russians have perfected the art and taken it to a whole new level of sophistication and deviousness. At times, it can become a strategy all on its own (not always, mind you, with edifying results).
Provokatsiya simply means taking control of your enemies in secret and encouraging them to do things that discredit them and help you. You plant your own agents provocateurs and flip legitimate activists, turning them to your side. When you’re dealing with extremists to start with, getting them to do crazy, self-defeating things isn’t often difficult. In some cases, you simply create extremists and terrorists where they don’t exist. This is causing problems in order to solve them, and since the Tsarist period, Russian intelligence has been known to do just that.
[link to 20committee.com