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PostPosted: Tue Sep 02, 2014 9:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Drone captures scale of desctruction over abandoned East Ukraine village:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H976gZoPRb4&feature=em-subs_digest

A short 1 minute video clip, which is useful as we are getting a virtual MSM blackout on what is REALLY happening in Eastern Ukraine.
These Fascist sh*tehawk pawns of the NWO are not being condemned, or even exposed, by our totally corrupt, sold-out governments and MSM.
Interestingly, they are not being condemned by Israel (go figure).
More people have been slaughtered by the Ukraine Fascists than have been slaughtered in the latest abominations against Gaza.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 03, 2014 4:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

@BlacklistedNews:
Who's Telling the 'Big Lie' on Ukraine?
http://t.co/JbIEsws0MW

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Martin Van Creveld: Let me quote General Moshe Dayan: "Israel must be like a mad dog, too dangerous to bother."
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 05, 2014 10:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tony Gosling on RT discussing Ukraine:

'NATO spearhead force shows turn from defense to offense':


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhxGKknuQV0

Jolly good on yer, Tony! Poor old BBC (British Bull*hit Corporation) and their Corporate Masters must be tearing their hair out!

What a pass it has come to, when we have to rely on Russian Media to get a proper perspective on what's going on, not only overseas, but right on our doorstep.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 07, 2014 9:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Gripped by War Psychosis, NATO Summit Steers for More Sanctions and Confrontation with Russia; UK-Poland-Baltics Lead Axis of Provocation; Kolomoiski-Yarosh Fascist Militias Encircled and Decimated in East Ukraine; ISIS Psychotics Threaten Russia, Exposing Their CIA Pedigree; Draghi Flails as Depression Deepens in Europe
http://tarpley.net/nato-summit-steers-for-more-sanctions-and-confronta tion-with-russia/

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SOURCE: ZERO HEDGE
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-09-09/ukraines-choreographed-civil- war-revealed-wikileaks

Think the deadly events in a civil-war ridden Ukraine are proceeding unscripted, and without US supervision and/or direction? Think again.

Below is an excerpt from a formerly confidential memo, leaked by Wikileaks, and authored by former US ambassador to Russia, William J. Burns, to the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The punchline: the memo is dated February 1, 2008.

Ukraine and Georgia's NATO aspirations not only touch a raw nerve in Russia, they engender serious concerns about the consequences for stability in the region. Not only does Russia perceive encirclement, and efforts to undermine Russia's influence in the region, but it also fears unpredictable and uncontrolled consequences which would seriously affect Russian security interests. Experts tell us that Russia is particularly worried that the strong divisions in Ukraine over NATO membership, with much of the ethnic-Russian community against membership, could lead to a major split, involving violence or at worst, civil war. In that eventuality, Russia would have to decide whether to intervene; a decision Russia does not want to have to face.
So, if Russia does "not want to face" said decision which could and has led to the violence and civil war that is now a daily staple of market-moving newsflow out of Eastern Europe, why not let the US state department force the decision upon Russia?

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Martin Van Creveld: Let me quote General Moshe Dayan: "Israel must be like a mad dog, too dangerous to bother."
Martin Van Creveld: I'll quote Henry Kissinger: "In campaigns like this the antiterror forces lose, because they don't win, and the rebels win by not losing."


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2014 10:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Gorbachev on Ukraine: Terrifying massacre in store for Europe
05.09.2014
http://english.pravda.ru/russia/politics/05-09-2014/128460-gorbachev_a bout_ukraine-0/

To resolve the conflict in Ukraine, it is highly important to resume the dialogue between Moscow and Washington, as "their role and responsibility is special," first president of the USSR, Mikhail Gorbachev believes. Earlier, Gorbachev stated that Europe may face "terrifying massacre" because of the current crisis in Ukraine. According to him, "too much is at stake; dangers and risks are too high."

Mikhail Gorbachev has recently finished working on a new book, which is going to be published soon. The book, titled "After the Kremlin," is devoted to events in Russia and the world over the past two decades. In the epilogue to the book, Gorbachev wrote that the deep cause of what is currently happening in Ukraine was the failure of perestroika and "opportunistic dissolution of the USSR." Gorbachev blamed the then Russian administration for that.

"At the same time, I must remind you, the Ukrainian leadership sabotaged the process of transformation of the Union - both before the August 1991 coup and after it, despite the fact that the majority of republics had coordinated the text of the Union Treaty," said Gorbachev.

He was fighting to preserve the unified state with all available political tools and offered Kiev to discuss opportunities of creating an economic union, the former Soviet president said. During those talks, he added, one could solve all problems, including the ones on the status of the city of Sevastopol and the Crimean Peninsula.

"They did not listen to suggestions and warnings. Having forgotten the fact that one should exercise as much caution as possible in the relations between nations and think through consequences of each step, the Supreme Council of the Russian Federation approved the destruction of the Union to applause. Some would say: "That's a matter of the past." No - the past is through many threads related to present, and it reminds of politicians' mistakes again and again," the first president of the USSR wrote.

According to Gorbachev, the only way to solve the Ukrainian crisis is to conduct a constructive dialogue both on the international level and among Ukrainian political forces. "I still believe that for peace in Ukraine, in Europe and in the world, it is vitally important to resume dialogue between Russia and the United States. Their role and responsibility is special," said Gorbachev.

According to him, representatives of Moscow and Washington, as well as other members of the UN Security Council, should prepare a joint draft resolution, which would break the negative course of events.

In late August, the UN reported that the armed conflict in Ukraine claimed the lives of more than 2,500 people. The military operation against Ukrainian citizens that Kiev calls "anti-terrorist" and Moscow "punitive" was launched in April 2014.

On September 4, at the NATO summit in Wales, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said that he was ready to cease fire in the south-east of the country should the meeting in Minsk take place. Later, representatives of the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk people's republics also declared their readiness to cease fire.

Officials at the US State Department said that Kiev should negotiate cease fire agreement with Moscow, rather than with representatives of breakaway republics. However, Russia insists that the crisis in Ukraine is an internal conflict, in which Russia does not interfere. Moreover, Russia and Ukraine are not at war with each other.

Mikhail Gorbachev earlier said that Europe may eventually face "terrifying massacre," should the conflict in Ukraine spread to Europe. Gorbachev supports the policy of the Russian administration as far as the Ukrainian crisis is concerned.

In an interview with the Russian News Service, Gorbachev stressed out that the Russian Federation must not interfere in the conflict in Ukraine, "If our country interferes, it may trigger the fire that the whole world will not be able to extinguish," he said.

"One should do everything to stop killings. This is one nation. If other countries get involved, and the scale of it grows, we can come to the worst massacre in Europe. This must not be allowed," said the ex-president.

"Our offer was to open passages and take people out of those mousetraps. Someone sit in warm offices and does the talking. Look at what happens to people, children and women at the same time. They shell maternity hospitals, schools, destroy hospitals," said Gorbachev.

As for Russia's move to reunite with the Crimea, Mikhail Gorbachev said that it was a move "to correct the mistake of the USSR."


http://english.pravda.ru/russia/politics/05-09-2014/128460-gorbachev_a bout_ukraine-0/

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Martin Van Creveld: Let me quote General Moshe Dayan: "Israel must be like a mad dog, too dangerous to bother."
Martin Van Creveld: I'll quote Henry Kissinger: "In campaigns like this the antiterror forces lose, because they don't win, and the rebels win by not losing."
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 16, 2014 3:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not 'officially' a member... Wink
Ukraine hosts military drills led by US and joined by NATO
http://t.co/Nf05CjOhSo

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 20, 2014 1:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ukraine: rebels and government troops to retreat following peace deal
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/ukraine/11110546/Ukra ine-rebels-and-government-troops-to-retreat-following-peace-deal.html
By Tom Parfitt, Moscow 12:00PM BST 20 Sep 2014
Agreement calls for creation of a 30km (19 mile) buffer zone between opposing sides with each moving its troops back by 15km
Pro-Russian rebels and government forces in Ukraine are expected to retreat from frontline positions on Saturday after a new peace plan was signed following overnight talks....

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Oliver Stone says February 2014 in Kiev was a coup d'etat
http://mashable.com/2014/12/30/oliver-stone-ukraine-viktor-yanukovych/

The filmmaker said it was "well-armed, neo-Nazi
radicals" who forced Yanukovych out of the
country "with repeated assassination attempts."
In a tweet linking to the Facebook post, he also
accused U.S. intelligence officials of pushing the
Kiev protests, saying it "smells of CIA." Stone's
words mirrors those of the Kremlin, which has
called the revolution a "coup" organized and
carried out by "fascists," and supported by the
West.
In the tragic aftermath of this coup, the
West has maintained the dominant
narrative of "Russia in Crimea" whereas
the true narrative is “USA in Ukraine."
The truth is not being aired in the
West. It’s a surreal perversion of
history that’s going on once again, as
in Bush pre-Iraq ‘WMD’ campaign. But
I believe the truth will finally come out
in the West, I hope, in time to stop
further insanity.
Ukrainian prosecutors have charged Yanukovych
with mass murder for the killings of more than
100 protesters between December 2013 and
February 2014.
Stone, who said he was in Moscow to meet with
Edward Snowden about an upcoming film about
the whistleblower, said he talked with
Yanukovych for a new English-language
documentary that is "produced by Ukrainians."

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On Thursday, Yatsenyuk made a bizarre claim in an interview with the German TV channel ARD, saying the USSR attacked Ukraine and Germany in 1941.

German govt refuses to comment on Ukrainian PM’s assertions about WW II history
World January 09, 21:18 UTC+3
Berlin “does not call into question in any way Germany’s responsibility for the deaths of Soviet citizens during World War II”
http://tass.ru/en/world/770579
BERLIN, January 9. /TASS/. German government has refused to comment on Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk's allegations regarding the “assault of Soviet troops on Ukraine and Germany” in 1941.
Moscow asks Berlin to clarify Germany’s position on Ukrainian premier’s claims
“The federal government does not comment on the statements made by Prime Minister Yatsenyuk,” a spokesman for the cabinet of ministers said.
Along with it, he recalled that Berlin “does not call into question in any way Germany’s responsibility for the deaths of Soviet citizens during World War II.”
On Thursday, Yatsenyuk made a bizarre claim in an interview with the German TV channel ARD, saying the USSR attacked Ukraine and Germany in 1941.
On Friday, the Russian Foreign Ministry issued an official query to Berlin asking it to clarify the German government’s position on Yatsenyuk’s claims.
“We sent a note to the German Foreign Ministry regarding Yatsenyuk’s extremist utterance, which falsifies history, and asked them to formulate an official position on it,” Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir Titov said.

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Ukraine Goes Abroad for Government Ministers
New Appointments Come as Cease-Fire With Pro-Russia Rebels Over Donetsk Airport Founders

By NICK SHCHETKO in Kiev, Ukraine and JAMES MARSON in Moscow
Dec. 2, 2014 3:40 p.m. ET

Ukraine’s parliament appointed a new, pro-Western government that includes a U.S.-born finance minister to take on the job of staving off financial collapse, overhauling the shrinking economy and ending the armed conflict in the country’s east.

After a chaotic day of rambling speeches, drawn-out questioning and last-minute horse trading Tuesday, the chamber by a large majority backed ministers proposed by a coalition of parties loyal to President Petro Poroshenko and Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk, who was reappointed last week.

http://www.wsj.com/articles/ukraine-goes-abroad-for-government-ministe rs-1417552835

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The New Ukraine Is Run by Rogues, Sexpots, Warlords, Lunatics and Oligarchs

Prominent Ukrainian MP denounces Obama's weakness, calls him a 'shot-down pilot'

By Mikhail Klikushin

January 14, 2015 "ICH" - "NYO" - There were times in Ukraine’s recent history when even the country’s military brass were kneeling before the U.S. Literally. In June 2013, then-U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine John Tefft received the saber of the Ukrainian Cossack in the city of Kherson from a kneeling Ukrainian high-rank military official. Mr. Tefft nowadays is serving the country as an Ambassador to Russia where no such honors are even imaginable.
But that was then—a previous regime.

On the surface, today’s Ukraine is much more favorably disposed toward everything Western and everything American because of the exciting wind of transformations that swept through the Ukrainian political landscape last year. Its political culture looks modern, attractive, refined and European. For example, at the end of last year a new law was passed that allowed former citizens of other countries to participate in Ukrainian politics and even the government, in case they denounce their former citizenships. The reason given was the fight with notorious Ukrainian corruption. Apparently, in a country of more than 40 million people, Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk (called “Rabbit” by his citizens) couldn’t find a dozen or so native-born yet not corrupt professionals for his government.

Now three former foreigners—ex-American Natalia Yaresko (Minister for Finance), ex-Lithuanian Aivaras Abromavičius (Minister For Economy and Trade) and ex-Georgian Alexander Kvitashvili (Minister for Public Health)—are firmly established in their new cabinets. They are just the beginning. They gave up their U.S. and European passports with only two benefits in return: a $200-a-month salary and the chance to build a prosperous new Ukraine.

In a strange twist of fate, the Ukrainian ministers during their meetings now have to speak hated Russian—former foreigners do not speak Ukrainian well enough and locals do not speak English at the level necessary for complicated discussions on how to save a Ukraine economy that is disappearing before their eyes.

The problems they are facing are overwhelming. The new minister for economy, Mr. Abromavičius, knows that the country is in fact bankrupt. “To expect that we are going to produce real as opposed to declarative incentive programs is unrealistic,” he declared. In other words, the new Ukrainian budget is nothing but a piece of paper. But without this piece of paper there will be no new money from the European Bank and the IMF.

The first steps he has taken so far are controversial.



The new minister for economy appointed former Estonian Jaanika Merilo as his advisor on foreign investments and improving the business climate in Ukraine. Directly after her appointment, Ms. Merilo posted a series of candid images that display her long legs, plump lips and prominent cleavage, including some shots in which she emulates movie scenes.

On January 5, the new minister for economy appointed former Estonian Jaanika Merilo—a young dark-haired beauty—as his advisor on foreign investments, improvement of business climate in Ukraine, coordination of international programs and so on. Directly after her appointment, the young lady put online not her resume or a program for Ukrainian financial stabilization but a series of candid shots that display her long legs, plump lips and prominent cleavage. In some shots, she places a knife to her lips a la Angelina Jolie and sits on the chair a la Sharon Stone.

Ms. Merilo, too, forfeited her European passport in the hope of a better future for her new Motherland.

By law, double citizenship is not permitted for a Ukrainian governmental official, but, as often happens in Ukraine, for some there is always another way around. The governor of Zaporozhe region, oligarch Igor Kolomoisky, for example, has three citizenships.

As exhilarating winds of change swept through the Ukrainian government, Western newspapers giddily reported the fact that after the last elections for the first time in decades there would be no Communists in the Ukrainian Parliament. But that means all possible organized opposition to the current president and prime minister is gone.

Instead, the new Rada has a big group of parliamentarians of very uncertain political loyalties and even dubious mental state—former warlords and street activists who distinguished themselves during street fights and tire burnings.

These government rookies are sometimes turning to strange ways of self-promotion, now within the walls of the Parliament.

One new face in the Rada—leader of the Right Sector ultra-nationalist party and former warlord Dmytro Yarosh—admitted in a January interview with Ukrainian TV that he caresses a real hand grenade in his pocket while inside the Rada. Because he is MP, the security personnel has no right to check his pockets. They just ask if he has anything dangerous on his person and he says no. The reason to have a hand grenade on his body is that there are too many enemies of Ukraine within the MP crowding him during the voting process. He is not afraid, of course. But when the time comes, he will use this grenade and with a bit of luck he will take a lot of them with him if he dies.

Former warlord Dmytro Yarosh is the leader of the ultra-nationalist party Right Sector and now an MP. He told Ukrainian TV that he caresses a real hand grenade in his pocket while serving inside the Rada.

Former warlord Dmytro Yarosh is the leader of the ultra-nationalist party Right Sector and now an MP. He told Ukrainian TV that he caresses a real hand grenade in his pocket while serving inside the Rada.

Ukrainian MPs Yuri Beryoza and Andrei Levus, also former warlords and members of radical parties, became notorious last December after publicly applauding the terrorist attack in the Russian city of Grozny—an attack in which 14 policemen were killed. “On our eastern borders our brothers are coming out from under Russia’s power. It’s normal. These are the allies of Ukraine,” said Mr. Beryoza. This is the same fellow who had earlier promised that the Ukrainian army would soon take Moscow. Andrei Levus proposed Russia withdraw all of her “punishers” from the “People’s Republic of Ichkeria” (i.e. Chechnya) immediately.

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Russia sends 9,000 troops into Ukraine, says Petro Poroshenko:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/ukraine/11361286/Russ ia-sends-9000-troops-into-Ukraine-says-Petro-Poroshenko.html

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Russia has sent more troops into Ukraine than at any time since the crisis began, deploying 9,000 soldiers inside its neighbour, according to the Ukrainian leader.


Petro Poroshenko, the president of Ukraine, said Russia had also dispatched 500 tanks and other armoured vehicles over the border. A total of five Russian infantry battalions are now believed to be inside eastern Ukraine.


Separatist rebels have controlled a large area of Donetsk and Luhansk regions since last summer. In the last week, however, Ukrainian forces have successfully counter-attacked, strengthening their grip on Sergei Prokofiev International Airport in Donetsk, only five miles from the separatist headquarters in the centre of the city.


The latest Russian deployment appears to be a response to Kiev’s success. Whenever Ukraine’s troops have gained ground against the rebels, Russia has generally reacted by sending troops to reinforce the insurgents.


Mr Poroshenko said the only way to bring peace was for Russia to obey the Minsk agreement signed last September, providing for a ceasefire and a withdrawal of forces. “The solution is very simple,” he told the World Economic Forum in Davos. “Stop supplying weapons. Stop supplying ammunition. Withdraw the troops and close the border: a very simple peace plan.” ...'

Meanwhile, US spokeswoman refuses to condemn Ukraine's heavy artillery bombardment of civilian areas:
'Psaki grilled over Ukraine’s noncompliance with Minsk peace agreements':
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkYNpZcK9ws&feature=em-uploademail

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One very lucky driver. Dashcam footage purportedly of the grad strike on Mariupol today.,,


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Russian “Elite” Warns Of War With The US
Miriam Elder | Saturday, January 24, 2015, 12:30 Beijing
http://www.4thmedia.org/2015/01/russian-elite-warns-of-war-with-the-us  /

“If there is no banking relationship, it means the countries are on the verge of war.”

DAVOS, Switzerland — The head of a leading Kremlin-owned bank warned on Friday that further banking sanctions would lead Russia and the U.S. to the “brink of war.”

Andrei Kostin, the head of VTB, reacted angrily when asked what the consequences would be if Russia were excluded from the Swift banking system, a secure means of moving money across borders.

If it were to happen, Kostin told a session on the Russian economy at the World Economic Forum in Davos, “ambassadors can leave capitals. It means Russia and America might have no relationship after that.”

“If there is no banking relationship, it means the countries are on the verge of war, or definitely in the cold war,” he said in English, growing increasingly red in the face. “It will be a very dangerous situation.”

He said that if Russia were excluded from the Swift system, it would make the U.S.–Russia relationship akin to the U.S.–Iran one. He made the comments after noting that Russia had recently created its own alternative to Swift.

The U.S. and EU have imposed numerous sanctions on Russia, including against VTB. (Kostin is not on the sanctions list, and recently spoke to the Wall Street Journal about vacationing in Aspen, Colorado.)

Igor Shuvalov, a deputy prime minister and the head of Russia’s delegation to Davos, issued a stern warning to those who would imagine Russia without President Vladimir Putin.

“I support my president 100%,” Shuvalov said. “When people ask that, they don’t understand the Russian character, they don’t know Russian history.”

“If we think someone from the outside wants to change our leader, to go against our will … we will be united like never before.”

He brushed off questions about Ukraine and warned the West that it must treat Russia like an equal partner rather than having the country “sit in the corner.” If it failed to treat Russia equally, Shuvalov warned, Ukraine “will be a huge wound for the next 10 years.”

Both Kostin and Shuvalov lamented the current economic situation, which has seen Russia burn through its reserves as the ruble plummets. The ruble has lost almost 50% of its value in the past few months and Russia is facing recession following years of oil-fueled growth.

“There is nothing good in the current situation,” Shuvalov said. “It’s very difficult. I think it will get worse.”

He said the key now was to “teach people — from state corporations to citizens — to live differently.”

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Again, for BBC in Ukraine rebel areas "civilians killed"; in govt areas "killed by rebels"
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Editor of Russian-Language Newspaper Tortured and Killed in Eastern Ukraine
By Anna DolgovJul. 14 2014 11:22 Last edited 11:25
http://www.themoscowtimes.com/news/article/editor-of-russian-language- newspaper-tortured-and-killed-in-eastern-ukraine/503362.html

The body of journalist Sergei Dolgov was found in a park in eastern Ukraine.
The editor of two Russian-language newspapers who was seized last month in eastern Ukraine and who was believed to have been held by Ukrainian government forces has been found dead, his colleague said in an online post.

The body of Sergei Dolgov, who was an editor at newspapers Hochu v SSSR, or "I want to be in the USSR," and Vestnik Priazovya, or "The Azov Region Courier" was found in a park near the eastern Ukrainian city of Dnipropetrovsk, according to a message posted on the Vkontakte page of Konstantin Dolgov, the editor of Glagol online news portal.

Konstatin Dolgov, who is also a leader of the pro-separatist People's Front of Novorossiya movement, added that his namesake had been "tortured" by kidnappers, saying "the enhanced interrogation ended in the death of the journalist."

According to employees of Vestnik Priazovya, Dolgov had been missing since mid-June when masked men armed with automatic rifles barged into their editorial offices in the eastern Ukrainian town of Mariupol and abducted Dolgov, tying up his hands with wire, 24.com.ua reported.

Serhiy Spasitel, the head of the Mariupol regional branch of Ukraine's Security Service, or SBU, said a few days later that Dolgov was alive and well, but that questions about his specific whereabouts should be addressed to Ukraine's Anti-Terror Center — the SBU agency in charge of combating the separatist movement in the country's east — i24.com.ua reported.

Mariupol Prosecutor Serhiy Reznitsky also denied any knowledge of the supposed abduction, saying police and prosecutors "do not always know what is happening [at the Anti-Terror Center]" i24.com.ua reported.

Oleksandr Kofman, a pro-Moscow activist in eastern Ukraine, accused government forces of killing Dolgov in retaliation for his political views.

"He was a principled journalist who upheld a position that contradicted the view of the new Kiev government," Kofman was quoted as saying by Interfax. "Sergei's murder is another crime for which the representatives of the Kiev administration will receive their due punishment sooner or later."

At least five foreign journalists — four Russians and one Italian — have been killed since the start of the conflict in eastern Ukraine, while a number of journalists have been detained or banned from entering the country in what some have dubbed a "war on information."

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Editor of Russian-Language Newspaper Tortured and Killed in Eastern Ukraine
By Anna DolgovJul. 14 2014 11:22 Last edited 11:25
http://www.themoscowtimes.com/news/article/editor-of-russian-language- newspaper-tortured-and-killed-in-eastern-ukraine/503362.html

The body of journalist Sergei Dolgov was found in a park in eastern Ukraine.
The editor of two Russian-language newspapers who was seized last month in eastern Ukraine and who was believed to have been held by Ukrainian government forces has been found dead, his colleague said in an online post.

The body of Sergei Dolgov, who was an editor at newspapers Hochu v SSSR, or "I want to be in the USSR," and Vestnik Priazovya, or "The Azov Region Courier" was found in a park near the eastern Ukrainian city of Dnipropetrovsk, according to a message posted on the Vkontakte page of Konstantin Dolgov, the editor of Glagol online news portal.

Konstatin Dolgov, who is also a leader of the pro-separatist People's Front of Novorossiya movement, added that his namesake had been "tortured" by kidnappers, saying "the enhanced interrogation ended in the death of the journalist."

According to employees of Vestnik Priazovya, Dolgov had been missing since mid-June when masked men armed with automatic rifles barged into their editorial offices in the eastern Ukrainian town of Mariupol and abducted Dolgov, tying up his hands with wire, 24.com.ua reported.

Serhiy Spasitel, the head of the Mariupol regional branch of Ukraine's Security Service, or SBU, said a few days later that Dolgov was alive and well, but that questions about his specific whereabouts should be addressed to Ukraine's Anti-Terror Center — the SBU agency in charge of combating the separatist movement in the country's east — i24.com.ua reported.

Mariupol Prosecutor Serhiy Reznitsky also denied any knowledge of the supposed abduction, saying police and prosecutors "do not always know what is happening [at the Anti-Terror Center]" i24.com.ua reported.

Oleksandr Kofman, a pro-Moscow activist in eastern Ukraine, accused government forces of killing Dolgov in retaliation for his political views.

"He was a principled journalist who upheld a position that contradicted the view of the new Kiev government," Kofman was quoted as saying by Interfax. "Sergei's murder is another crime for which the representatives of the Kiev administration will receive their due punishment sooner or later."

At least five foreign journalists — four Russians and one Italian — have been killed since the start of the conflict in eastern Ukraine, while a number of journalists have been detained or banned from entering the country in what some have dubbed a "war on information."



AND NOT A PEEP from our 'Media'; the only mention of Sergei Dolgov was in the Guaedian, but NOT in their sickening article, covering for the Fascists, but in a 'comment' on the article:
'Journalists covering the Ukraine crisis suffer intimidation':
http://www.theguardian.com/media/greenslade/2014/jul/23/journalist-saf ety-ukraine

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Jeremn cirqueliker 23 Jul 2014 14:19

'All journalists run risks. Simon Ostrovsky is a brave guy, but he got away lightly compared to someone who isn't in the article above.

That's lowly Sergei Dolgov, found dumped in a park on 14 July. It featured in the Moscow Times on 14 July:

The body of Sergei Dolgov, who was an editor at newspapers Hochu v SSSR, or "I want to be in the USSR," and Vestnik Priazovya, or "The Azov Region Courier" was found in a park near the eastern Ukrainian city of Dnipropetrovsk, according to a message posted on the Vkontakte page of Konstantin Dolgov, the editor of Glagol online news portal.

He had been tortured by kidnappers, and "the enhanced interrogation ended in the death of the journalist."

Probably because "He was a principled journalist who upheld a position that contradicted the view of the new Kiev government."

The Guardian article covered preciselythe time frame of Sergei's abduction/death, Ist to 20th July 2014. Yet absolutely no mention of this brutal State crime.

Here's the article in the Moscow Times:
'Editor of Russian-Language Newspaper Tortured and Killed in Eastern Ukraine': http://www.themoscowtimes.com/news/article/editor-of-russian-language- newspaper-tortured-and-killed-in-eastern-ukraine/503362.html

And here's the Guardian artcle:

'Journalists working in Ukraine are being intimidated on a daily basis, and not only in the country's eastern region. Both pro-Russian separatists and anti-Russian Ukrainian groups are responsible. Life is also tough for Ukrainian journalists who try to work inside Russia.

Here is a catalogue of incidents so far this month involving the media, courtesy of a summary compiled by the Paris-based press freedom watchdog, Reporters Without Borders, and reports on the website of the New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists.

On 20 July, pro-Russian separatists detained 10 journalists outside the morgue in Donetsk while reporting on the aftermath of the MH17 tragedy.

They included Kevin Bishop, a BBC reporter, Anna Nemtsova, a Russian reporter for the Daily Beast, Simon Shuster, a US reporter for Time magazine, Italian journalist Lucia Sgueglia, and two reporters for the Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter, Paul Hansen and Jan Lewenhagen.

They were released after questioning by the security service of the self-proclaimed People's Republic of Donetsk. A Russian TV crew with Russia Today, who arrested the day before, were held overnight before their release. (See also CPJ report)

On 18 July, Ukrainian reporter Yevgeny Agarkov, who works for channel 2+2, was convicted of "working illegally as a journalist" in Voronezh, in southwestern Russia. He was sentenced to spend 10 days in solitary confinement and ordered to pay a small fine (£30). He will then be expelled from Russia and banned from the entering country for five years.

Immigration officials told the administrative court that Agarkov was not accredited by the Russian foreign ministry.


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He went to Voronezh to cover the case of Nadezhda Savchenko, a Ukrainian pilot who is being held for alleged complicity in the deaths of Russian journalists Igor Kornelyuk and Anton Voloshin, who were killed by mortar fire in eastern Ukraine on 17 June.

On 17 July, police in Ukraine's capital, Kiev, received anonymous hoax messages about bombs having been planted in the offices of two national TV stations.

Searches of Inter and 5 Kanal, which is owned by President Petro Poroshenko, proved fruitless. It was the third false bomb alert at 5 Kanal in July.

On 11 July, the Institute of Mass Information (IMI), a Ukrainian organisation partnered with Reporters Without Borders, released figures for media freedom violations during the first half of 2014.

According to its tally, six journalists were killed in connection with their work; 249 were injured or attacked; and at least 55 were taken hostage or detained.

IMI's director, Oksana Romanyuk, said: "Physical attacks against journalists and other media workers currently pose one of the main challenges for the media profession... Ending impunity and defending the public's right to information should be one of the main items on the new president's agenda."

On 10 July, pro-Russian rebels seized all the computer equipment and video cameras from the offices of the Luhansk-based news website Politika 2.0.

Its editor, Serhiy Sakadynski, said the raid took place after a Politika 2.0 reporter was accused by separatists of spying because she took photos of Luhansk railway station.

Sakadynski was beaten up during the raid and detained by the gang. They released him the following day after "influential persons" intervened. The equipment was not returned.

On 10 July, a Luhansk-based TV station, Luhansk Cable Television (LKT), announced that it had suspended broadcasting because it could no longer guarantee the safety of employees.

The station's owner told employees he was placing them all on leave until further notice. The wife of LKT's legal adviser, Igor Zazimnik, was killed by a stray bullet on the balcony of her apartment the same day. Two other local TV broadcasters, IRTA and LOT, have also had to suspend operations.

On 8 July, a TV crew working for the Ukrainian national TV channel, Inter, came under mortar fire in a village near Luhansk.

Reporter Roman Bochkala was taken to hospital after breaking his arm while scrambling for shelter. His cameraman, Vasyl Menovshchikov, was unhurt.

They were covering operations by the Ukrainian army's 30th regiment in which two soldiers were killed.

On 5 July, about 50 masked men attacked the Kiev headquarters of the Russian-language newspaper Vesti. They pelted it with stones and set off teargas.

Responsibility for the attack was claimed by Oles Vakhni, an ultra-nationalist who served a six-year jail term on charges of armed robbery and violence.

Vesti's owner, Igor Guzhva, linked the incident to a demonstration staged outside the newspaper the week before with the aim of "ending the dissemination of anti-Ukrainian propaganda."

On 4 July, armed separatists in combat fatigues representing the self-proclaimed People's Republic of Luhansk stormed the headquarters of the Luhansk region's state radio and TV broadcaster.

After they had taken control of the premises, one of the rebels said the broadcaster's various channels were now "closed" and would remain so until they resumed "under a different format."

The previous week, local cable TV operators, LKT and Triolan, replaced most of their Ukrainian TV news channels with Russian alternatives.

On 2 July, two TV journalists working for Ukraine's citizen channel, Hromadske, were released after being held for two days by separatists.

Reporter Anastasia Stanko and her cameraman, Ilya Beskorovayny, had paid money to a "security unit", which promised to protect them. But they were detained by another unit. They were accused of spying and threatened with decapitation.

Their release was negotiated after the heads of Russia's three leading pro-government broadcasters – Pervy Kanal, VGTRK and NTV – intervened. (see also CPJ report)

On 1 July, Denis Kulaga, a staff reporter with Russia's REN-TV, and his cameraman, Vadim Yudin, were treated for shock in hospital after a mortar shell exploded close to them while they were reporting near the Russian border.

Sources: Reporters Without Borders/Committee to Protect Journalists'

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Further to above, I searched 'Reporters Without Borders/Committee to Protect Journalists', to see if they mentioned the case: they hadn't, so I emailed CPJ:

Hi CPJ,

Have you not heard of the clear-cut murder by Ukrainian 'Security' agency the SBU of Sergei Dolgov?
When I searched your site, there was no mention of him.
'Editor of Russian-Language Newspaper Tortured and Killed in Eastern Ukraine':
http://www.themoscowtimes.com/news/article/editor-of-russian-language- newspaper-tortured-and-killed-in-eastern-ukraine/503362.html

I notice your HQ is in New York; is it perhaps a case of the following:
Whistleblower Dr Udo Ulfkotte, journalist on RT:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lm4OUcfiM-8

(I have CC'd Roy Greenslade, as he wrote an article in the Guardian, based on your sources, that did not mention Sergei Dolgov, though it did give the impression is was 'six of one, six of the other'; a commenter on his article DID mention Sergei.)

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As NATO-backed protests were beginning to take off in Ukraine after then-president Viktor Yanukovich agreed to accept a financial deal with Russia as opposed to the greater integration/austerity package proposed by the European Union, evidence of US involvement in the Euromaidan color revolution began to surface in the Ukrainian Rada.

Indeed, early on, there were individuals in the Ukrainian government who recognized that there was an international and NATO-centered plot at work in their country designed to overthrow the President and other elected officials using “swarming adolescents” and other more violent elements of protest and destabilization.

While color revolutions are often manifested through a variety of channels -- the National Endowment for Democracy, USAID, IRI, NDI, are just a few examples, -- there were a number of relatively new participants in the game of national destabilization at play in Ukraine this time around.

For instance, even something as a seemingly innocuous “TechCamp” acted as a front for the color revolution apparatus in Ukraine. While the “TechCamp” concept is one that is presented as bringing influential and important members of the public together with members of the technology community for the purposes of greater training and understanding, the truth is that these “TechCamps” are actually operations used to disseminate methodologies for the implementation of color revolutions throughout the target country.

This was recognized early on by Oleg Tsarev, former Deputy of Ukraine and now a member of the separatist parliament in Eastern Ukraine. In November, 2013, before he was ousted from his position in the Ukrainian government, Tsarev attempted to warn the Rada of the involvement of the West with the protests taking off in Ukraine and the use of the “TechCamp” as a tool of destabilization.



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Ukraine “Disappears” Opponents of the Kiev Regime. Abductions of Independent Journalists
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Region: Russia and FSU
Theme: Media Disinformation, Police State & Civil Rights
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In Odessa — the same city where the Ukrainian civil war started on 2 May 2014 with a massacre of opponents that had been carefully planned by a team connected to the U.S. White House — there are reported to be two bloggers for the “Voice of Odessa” political site who were seized by the Security Bureau of Ukraine on April 7th, and whose “whereabouts are unknown.” This report appeared in the local Odessa News.

The “Voice of Odessa” site was formed right after the massacre, in order to get an independent investigation and prosecution of the perpetrators of that massacre, in which officially 46 people were burned, shot and clubbed to death, but unofficial estimates run over 200, all victims who have not been heard from since, and some of whom had allegedly even been abducted from hospitals after the massacre.
This report’s translated headline reads “SBU Detained Activists at Kulikov Field.” Kulikov Field is the square or plaza in front of the former Odessa Trade Unions Building, which is the building where the massacre-victims, who had been printing and distributing pamphlets opposing the newly installed government, were murdered, by Right Sector troops in plain clothes, and also by mercenaries in the private army of Ukrainian oligarch Ihor Kolomoysky, who had allegedly announced in advance that he would pay $5,000 per corpse. (There has been no reported follow-up, regarding whether he actually paid everyone who participated, or how he paid them.)
The report on these disappearances says that the names of the missing bloggers are Svetlana Naboka and Marina Zhavoronkova, and that both women were seized at around 10 in the morning of April 7th. Furthermore, “one of the detainees seized during the search is now lacking her home computer, telephone and other personal belongings,” which presumably, were also taken by the state security force.
Whereas none of the perpetrators of the massacre has been prosecuted, the regime is trying to eliminate its opponents. On the same day that the two bloggers were seized, there was a related headline, “SBU reported on the closure of a number of sites for anti-Ukrainian propaganda.” That news report carried the following statement, from the SBU:
“The security service of Ukraine … has discontinued operation of a number of Internet sites that were used to perpetrate information campaigns of aggression on the part of the Russian Federation aimed at violent change or overthrow of the constitutional order and territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine.”
Presumably, the abduction, and perhaps elimination, of Svetlana Naboka and Marina Zhavoronkova, was part of that “discontinued operation” by the SBU against “aggression of the Russian Federation.”
The coup-established regime was not ‘the constitutional order’ in Ukraine. It overthrew the constitutionally elected President, and violated the Ukrainian constitution. However, “Big Brother” is based upon the Big Lie. So, it’s ‘the constitutional order.’ A good video shows the coup being carried out, but it actually started much earlier, in Spring of 2013. The same videographer also did a good video of the Odessa massacre.
Resistance to America’s Russia-hating Ukrainian regime is increasing, and it’s not only in Donbass — the region that has formally declared its separation from Ukraine, after Viktor Yanukovych, who had received 90+% of the vote there in the last democratic Ukrainian election, 2010, was overthrown by Obama. For example, barely more than three weeks ago, on March 12th, a column of Ukrainian tanks on trucks was blocked by overtly pro-Russian Ukrainians, who even showed the pre-communist (1710/1721-1858 &1883–1917/1918) flag of the then-single nation of Russia (from the time when Ukraine was part of Russia), which was until the Bolshevik Revolution. The video of this event, the courageous blocking of those trucks, was headlined “People stop military, sent by Kiev government, at Volnovaha.” The people who were blocking it are visible in the video carrying the three-striped — white, blue, and red — flag of the Russian Empire. Russian Television on March 16th headlined about this, “Defensive blockade: Activists stop Kiev’s military trucks heading to Russian border,” and reported that, “Activists in eastern Ukraine in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions [but not in the part that’s in liberated Donbass] are blocking columns of heavy military equipment heading from Kiev to the border with Russia.” Ukraine is massing tanks on the Russian border to either invade Russia (which Ukraine repeatedly has threatened to do) or else to defend against a Russian invasion (which Russia has not threatened to do). These truckers encountered such hostility that they backtracked and took an alternate route (presumably more northerly).
Officially in Ukraine, all opponents of the Obama regime there are ‘terrorists.’ (Thus, the government’s constant bombings of them are in an ‘Anti Terrorist Operation’ or ATO.) The Obama team told its people to use this terminology because gullible individuals anywhere will oppose anyone who is merely labeled a ‘terrorist’ — even when the actual terrorism is on the part of the U.S. Government and its installed regimes, such as is the case in Ukraine.
The United States has become George Orwell’s Oceania. He got all the basics right. He is already the modern Nostradamus. However, Big Brother, the U.S. aristocracy, isn’t publishing that fact. Now, why would that be the case? Publishing that fact would confirm that they’re collectively Big Brother. That explains why the Brookings Institution is urging Obama to bomb Donbass longer and harder, and why over 98% of the U.S. Congress are urging him likewise, even though over two-thirds of the U.S. public who have any opinion on the matter, are against it. Obama, who did the coup, hasn’t pursued the extermination-program with the persistence that Big Brother demands. Big Brother demands more follow-through on his part. And, apparently, they’ll get it.
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Maidan Massacre (2014)


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Maidan Massacre is an investigative documentary into the shootings which occurred on February 20th, 2014, when nearly 50 people were gunned down on the streets of Kiev's Independence square. The massacre was the result of a massive three month long protest against the former Government of Viktor Yanukovich and his decision to reject a trade deal with the EU. Although no thorough investigation had been conducted, the blame was immediately placed on the officers who served under Yanukovich. This program investigates the scene of the crime, interviewing those who were there when the shootings occurred, and seeks to answer the questions as to who really was shooting that day on Kiev's Independence square - a place known to the people of Ukraine, as Maidan.
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'Reuters investigation exposes ‘serious flaws’ in Maidan massacre probe':
http://rt.com/news/195004-ukraine-maidan-sniper-investigation/

'A Reuters examination of Ukraine's probes into February’s Maidan shootings, which left over 100 dead and nearly a thousand injured, uncovered 'serious flaws' in the case against Berkut officers, arrested by the country's officials.

The research, carried out by journalists, is based on interviews with prosecutors, defense attorneys, protesters, police officers and legal experts. It studies the case of officers from an elite riot police unit - Berkut - who have been arrested as Maidan sniper shooting suspects.

From a sea of flags to rivers of blood: How Kiev's peaceful protests turned into Maidan mayhem

A 38 years-old unit commander Dmitry Sadovnik was detained in April and accused of ordering his men to fire at the crowd of protesters in Kiev on February 20. Two younger officers, Sergey Zinchenko and Pavel Abroskin were also arrested. The three men are charged with a massacre of 39 unarmed protesters.

The probes into the killings have been hindered by missing evidence, Reuters reports. According to its investigation, many guns allegedly used to shoot protesters have vanished, as well as the bullets. Barricades, bullet-pierced trees and other items of forensic evidence were removed, lawyers say. Court filings in the cases are not public, so the extent of the prosecution’s evidence is unclear.

Among what has been unveiled in the Sadovnik case is a photograph, allegedly showing him near the crime scene, wearing a mask and holding a rifle with two hands, "his fingers clearly visible," the report says.

But, as Reuters points out, the man has only one hand, as his other one was blown off by a grenade in a training accident six years ago. Sadovnik demonstrated his stump at a courtroom. "He can’t really shoot, to blame him for the crime is a political game," Sergey Vilkov, Sadovnik’s lawyer said, as quoted by Reuters.

Prosecutors did not even give the arrested suspects the benefit of the doubt. Oleg Makhnitsky, a former acting general prosecutor who oversaw the arrests of the three Berkut officers, declared on television that they "have already been shown to be guilty" - a statement that could prejudice the cases, according to legal experts, and is a violation of the European Convention on Human Rights.

Another gap in the investigation, according to the research, is the fact that "no one has been apprehended in the shooting of policemen," although, according to Ukraine’s Ministry of Interior Affairs, almost 200 police officers were injured with gunshots and 13 died between February 18 and 20. But the prosecutors "represent the whole picture as a peaceful protest," Reuters quotes Sadovnik having told a judge at a hearing.

In April, ex-Ukrainian Interior Minister Vitaly Zakharchenko said Berkut riot police were targets and not shooters during the Maidan standoff. He added that a fair investigation of the tragic events in Kiev was impossible under the biased, coup-imposed government.

Family members of some of the Maidan victims also question the way the proceedings were held. "The investigation does not have enough evidence to prove the guilt of these three people," Vladimir Bondarchuk, the son of one of the men who were shot dead on February 20, said. Bondarchuk helped organize an association of about 70 families of dead protesters aiming for "an objective and accurate investigation," Reuters reports.

In September, Dmitry Sadovnik went missing after he was released from pre-trial detainment by the court and put under house arrest. According to the prosecutor's statement, the suspect escaped "aiming to avoid punishment." The journalistic investigation says the former unit commander "was being framed, and saw flight as his best option." He called the case against him "a political lynching," and in the days before he vanished, his family received death threats, Reuters reports, based on the suspect's wife’s and lawyer’s statements.

Another two suspects remain in jail with no trial date set. All three face life imprisonment.

Several earlier reports stated that snipers who killed dozens of people during the violent unrest in Kiev in February operated from a building controlled by the protesters on Maidan square. The allegations have been confirmed by former chief of Ukraine’s Security Service Aleksandr Yakimenko.

According to a leaked phone conversation between the EU foreign affairs chief Catherine Ashton and Estonian foreign affairs minister, which emerged online in March, the latter said that “there is now stronger and stronger understanding that behind the snipers, it was not Yanukovich, but it was somebody from the new coalition.” Estonian Foreign Ministry later confirmed authenticity of the leaked call....'

'Kiev snipers shooting from bldg controlled by Maidan forces – Ex-Ukraine security chief': http://rt.com/news/ukraine-snipers-security-chief-438/

'Former chief of Ukraine’s Security Service has confirmed allegations that snipers who killed dozens of people during the violent unrest in Kiev operated from a building controlled by the opposition on Maidan square.

Read full interview with Aleksandr Yakimenko

Shots that killed both civilians and police officers were fired from the Philharmonic Hall building in Ukraine’s capital, former head of the Security Service of Ukraine Aleksandr Yakimenko told Russia 1 channel. The building was under full control of the opposition and particularly the so-called Commandant of Maidan self-defense Andrey Parubiy who after the coup was appointed as the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, Yakimenko added.

Furthermore the former security chief believes that Parubiy has been in contact with US Special Forces that could have coordinated the assault.

“Shots came from the Philharmonic Hall. Maidan Commandant Parubiy was responsible for this building. Snipers and people with automatic weapons were ‘working’ from this building on February 20. They supported the assault on the Interior Ministry forces on the ground who were already demoralized and have, in fact, fled,” Yakimenko said in an interview with Russian television.

The police officers were chased by a group of rioters armed with various weapons and at that point, Yakimenko says snipers fired at pursuers themselves.......'

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PostPosted: Fri May 22, 2015 10:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ukraine Crisis: Donbass. Chronicle of Genocide. Banned on TV / Донбасс. Хроника геноцида. [ENG SUB]:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ozdz7fMdXI

1hr 37mins video; US proxy Nazis at work, bombarding cities and villages.

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My latest take folks - all eyes on Berlin
DANGER: Germans financing Nazis in Kiev & supplying nuclear armed Dolphin subs to Israel

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Ukrainians Dispossessed, Americans are next — Paul Craig Roberts:
http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2015/06/04/ukrainians-dispossessed-ame ricans-next-paul-craig-roberts/

'Over the last 15 months Ukrainians have paid for Washington’s overthrow of their elected government in deaths, dismemberment of their country, and broken economic and political relationships with Russia that cost Ukraine its subsidized energy. Now Ukrainians are losing their pensions and traditional support payments. The Ukrainian population is headed for the graveyard.

On June 1 the TASS news agency reported that Ukraine has stopped payments to pensioners, World War II veterans, people with disabilities, and victims of Chernobyl. According to the report, Kiev has also “eliminated transport, healthcare, utilities and financial benefits for former prisoners of Nazi concentration camps and recipients of some Soviet-era orders and titles. Compensations to families with children living in the areas contaminated by radiation from the Chernobyl accident will be no longer paid either. Ukraine’s parliamentary opposition believes that the Prosecutor General’s Office should launch an investigation against Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk who actively promoted the law on the abolition of privileges.”

Notice that this is a yank of the blanket from under the elderly in Ukraine. “Useless eaters,” they are assigned to the trash can. How do the deceived Maiden student protesters feel now that they are culpable in the destruction of their grandparents’ support systems? Do these gullible fools still believe in the Washington-orchestrated Maiden Revolution? The crimes in which these stupid students are complicit are horrific.......'

'......Is Monsanto’s right to turn Ukraine into GMO food production a privilege? ls VP Biden’s son’s right to destroy Ukraine’s surface and underground water in fracking operations a privilege? Are the external costs imposed on Ukrainians by these looting activities a privilege? Of course not! These are not privileges. This is the operation of free market economics creating the greatest good for the greatest number. (As many Americans will not realize that I am engaging in satire, I would like to affirm that I am.)
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An American volunteer arrives at the scene of Horlivka shelling, appeals to Americans: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62r1GiD7JLc

Short 5 minute video.
No money for pensions, plenty for arms to murder and terrorise.

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Blitzkrieg turned mayhem: Hacktivists claim they reveal Ukrainian troops’ annihilation: http://rt.com/news/227071-ukraine-troops-hide-losses/

'The price of the warfare resumed by President Petro Poroshhenko in the east is terrifying. The hacked documents claim at least 1,100 servicemen of the Ukrainian army have lost their lives over the period of the last two weeks. Many dozens Ukrainian soldiers gave up to rebel forces. Ukrainian army has lost over 100 tanks and the armored vehicles.

This information comes into collision with the latest reports by Kiev generals about “no losses”, “defeated enemy” and “thousands of eliminated terrorists”.

The explanation to this is simple: according to the documents allegedly hacked, Ukraine's Security Service (SBU) has officially forbidden the Defense Ministry to reveal true casualties among servicemen.

The Ukrainian military have even employed barrier troops who fired at their fellow servicemen in order to prevent their retreat, as could be learnt from the documents http://rt.com/news/226831-ukraine-barrier-troops-donetsk/

CyberBerkut has accused Ukrainian commanders of defecting, leaving their subordinates on the battlefield. The zone along the frontline is full of prowling deserters and blood-thirsty psychopaths dressed up in Ukrainian uniforms, claims the group.

“We’re CyberBerkut. We don’t forget, we don’t forgive,” announced the hacktivists, promising to follow up on “other criminal organizations” that started “civil war in Ukraine” .............'

And 'False Flag': 'Mariupol spotter ‘confession’ another fake by Kiev':
http://rt.com/news/226451-ukraine-mariupol-spotter-confession/

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'Donetsk Republic Leader: Increased Global War Imminent' - Joaquin:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teFpmztcqKQ

The guy being interviewed seems pretty clued-up; the scenario he paints is not a happy one. There are so many flash-points around the globe now, something has to blow up big-time, and it won't be long.

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Donbass on Brink of Major War, Conflict May Escalate Any Time - DPR © AP Photo/ Evgeniy Maloletka
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The conflict in southeastern Ukraine can escalate at any time, representative of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) at the Minsk peace talks Denis Pushilin said Sunday, pointing to a threat of a major war between Kiev forces and independence supporters amid a ceasefire enforced in the region.

DONETSK (Sputnik) – Kiev forces launched a military operation against independence supporters in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions in April 2014. In February the two sides signed a ceasefire deal, but sporadic fighting has continued in Donbass despite the agreement.

"We are actually on the brink of a major war right now. Our conflict is not an internal Ukrainian one, it is fully in line with what is happening in Syria, Yemen, the uprising in Macedonia,… and could lead to very tragic consequences and, as a result, things can escalate in a matter of hours."

Pushilin told RIA Novosti that the stance of the international community on the Donbass conflict could determine whether fighting in Ukraine’s southeast would finally stop.

"Some major developing countries are giving a certain signal even through their neutrality and non-interference [in the conflict], that they are not supporting a military solution, they are for the continuation of the peace process. A singe decision that seemingly has no influence on anything could become critical and tip the scales one way or another."

The West and Kiev have been accusing Russia of fueling the conflict in Ukraine’s southeast, although the claims have not been supported with any factual evidence. Moscow has repeatedly stressed that it is not involved in the conflict and has participated in various formats of Ukraine peace talks.

Kiev has nonetheless continued to ask Western governments, particularly the United States for military assistance amid sporadic fighting in Ukraine’s southeast. US President Barack Obama has not approved lethal aid to Kiev, although Congress has been pressing Washington to allow lethal weaponry supplies to Ukraine’s government.

Kiev’s Operation in Donbass Aims to Conceal Political Incompetence

"The incompetent political and economic structure of the country is evident. Here war is a kind of cover for a lack of professionalism, a lack of autonomy in decision making."


Pushilin added that the conflict in Donbass could go on for dozens of years.
"It is not that we will be under fire for 10 years. What’s meant here is whether a full solution on political issues will be found in the conflict. This can take a very long time. This process is unpredictable," Pushilin explained.

According to Pushilin, the DPR is doing everything to bring an end to shelling in southeastern Ukraine.

Kiev Slows Down Minsk Deal Implementation by Protracting Prisoner Exchange

"What is most important for us now is the issue of the ‘all-for-all’ [prisoner] exchange and the presence of some representatives from the other side who do not consider it necessary to intensify the prisoner exchange process in the agreed ‘all-for-all’ format, they are trying to find some other ways and are slowing down [the process] with their actions," Denis Pushilin told RIA Novosti.


The DPR negotiator stressed that the prisoner swaps was the main issue of discussion among members of the humanitarian subgroup of the Contact Group on Ukraine, which includes representatives from Kiev, the self-proclaimed people’s republics of Donetsk and Lugansk, Moscow and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).
A series of subgroup meetings have been held since early 2015 to make sure that both Kiev and DPR and LPR are moving forward in implementing the Minsk peace agreement, reached in February.

Lifting of Donbass Economic Blockade to Be Discussed in Minsk


Kiev to Enforce Complete Blockade Over 'Cancerous Tumor' of Donbass - MP
The lifting of the economic blockade imposed on Donbass by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko amid fighting between Kiev forces and local independence supporters will top the agenda at the upcoming talks in Minsk, the DPR envoy said.
"The lifting of the economic blockade," Pushilin said when asked about the key issues to be discussed during the talks.

An economic subgroup of the Contact Group on Ukraine is scheduled to meet in the Belarusian capital on June 23.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 20, 2015 8:06 pm    Post subject: A dissenting voice on the Ukraine issue Reply with quote

Hi,

I am new to this forum, so let me first state my position on 9/11 and on some other topics popular here.

With 9/11 it's pretty simple. The evidence of controlled demolition of all 3 towers and especially building 7 is overwhelming. Given that building 7 was pretty secure, I have no other option but to conclude 9/11 was an inside job.

On other issues however (7/7, NWO, etc) my position ranges from "suspicious but lacking evidence" to "I don't see any problems with the official version". Most of those other issues I have no interest in, with the notable exception being the situation in Ukraine. I've been following it closely for a long time, and I have to say my conclusions are completely different from those dominant in the 9/11 community. So, let's discuss the situation in Ukraine, shall we?

Before I start, let me point out that I am an ethnic Russian with no connections to Ukraine. I am an EU citizen and the resident of UK. Russian is my native language and Ukrainian I understand to some extent, due to its similarity with Russian.

Now to the main topic. Instead of making some broad claim that would be hard to substantiate, I'll make a small claim that I am going to prove. The claim is: Russia does send both troops and weapons to Ukraine.
Of course, officially Russia denies it. If we can agree they are lying, it would cast a very serious doubt on anything else Russia claims, be it official statements or claims made on RT (which is state owned).

Before we get to my main claim, let me just point out that Putin is not your friend. In fact, back in 1999 he pulled off something very similar to 9/11. Several apartment blocks were blown up, killing almost 300 people. This was used as a pretext to start the 2nd Chechen war. Additionally, it boosted Putin's popularity, which resulted in his election as Russian President half a year later. At the time of the bombings he was a prime minister. Why do I think those bombings were an inside job? Well, because one of those bombings was prevented. Local residents noticed suspicious people unloading heavy sacks into the basement of their building. That's how the other buildings were blown up - sacks with explosives. So, people called the police, who came and disarmed the bomb. The minister of interior affairs (effectively the chief of police) congratulated the local police (in Russian, sorry) with preventing a terrorist act. The next day the local police found those people who were unloading the sacks, checked their phone records, and discovered they had received calls from FSB. At this point the FSB breaks silence and claims: Yes, these are our people, but no, it wasn't a terrorist act. It was an exercise to test vigilance of the local police.

Now on to my main claim. The Russian weapons and troops in Ukraine. The evidence is plentiful, but let me just present the strongest cases.

Here is a picture of the Russian T72-B3 tank and its distinctive features:

Actually, the Kontact-5 active armor is also present on some other T72-B modifications, so let's ignore that feature. The two main features I want you to keep in mind is the thermal imager box next to a smaller optical sight and the meteorological antenna. Here is a close up that shows both:

On this one, the thermal imager is closed with a lid:


Now, what's so special about this particular model (T72-B3)? Well, it's a new modification that Russian Army only got in 2013. Ukraine on the other hand is not supposed to have any of those. And yet, we see a column of T72-B3 tanks on the side of the separatists in this video:

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Here are pictures of a few more of those tanks in Ukraine. One of those tanks was captured by Ukrainian army but then re-captured by separatists:

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If you watch carefully, the unique features of T72-B3 tank are visible on all of the above photos and videos. These tanks are not supposed to be in Ukraine at all!

Now what about the presence of Russian troops in Ukraine?
These 10 were captured in August 2014. These two - in May 2015.
Other videos to watch: one, two, three.

The evidence I laid above is not the only evidence of Russian weapons and troops in Ukraine, yet it's probably the strongest evidence. Let's leave it at that for now.

If you disagree with my claim that Russia supplies both weapons and troops to Ukraine, I am willing to discuss it.
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