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Saturday, 30 August 2014

Partizans in Kharkov Oblast Ambushed Column of 92 Mechanised Brigade

01 P P Gorely. Glory to the Hero Partisans, Weakening the Fascist Rear! 1941

Glory to the Hero Partisans, Weakening the Fascist Rear!

P P Gorely



Partizans in Kharkov Oblast ambushed a column of the 92 Mechanised Brigade in Klugino-Bashkirovka near Chugueva. The partizans bushwhacked a supply convoy carrying supplies to the brigade. Three BMPs came to aid the column; however, the partizans attacked them with captured ATGMs. They knocked out two of them; the third took off for safer parts. The junta forces took cover near the knocked-out vehicles; the partizans kept them under fire. Two junta soldiers died in the skirmish. The partizans broke contact when a large group of tanks from the 92 Brigade arrived on the scene.

 29 August 2014



30 August 2014. You Can’t Make Up Shit Like This… Junta Shows Off Old-Fashioned Sov-Era Crap as “Russian-Provided” Weapons

00 captured 'Russian' equipment. 30.08.14


The above image is PATHETIC. I researched this; all that the junta had to show was old-fashioned obsolescent Sov-era crap that’s not found in the Russian arsenal any more… but there’s plenty of ‘em in junta hands in its arsenals! In short, this was a Winnegan’s Fake… it didn’t fool any of the foreign attaches. The junta is clueless and stupid… but then again, a bunch of Galician Uniates put this on… people who prance around in Cossack outfits when REAL Cossacks hate their guts and would kill any of them if they got their hands on ‘em. This is just so… wretched, derisable, dismal, ridiculous, and supremely pathetic. It fooled no one, save for those who wanted to be fooled. The junta gives orders to non-existent soldiers, quakes in fear of non-existent Russian forces, and waits for non-existent Western aid. It’s Bedlam… it’s Kaschenist… it makes the Queen of Hearts look positively sane n’ grounded. I couldn’t make up such shit if I tried… the junta perpetuates Khokhol jokes on itself daily; we don’t have to mock them, they do it all too well themselves. This almost deserves to have a blanket thrown over it to preserve the junta from further derision. What a buncha maroons…


Slovakia Opposes Sanctions Against Russia, Whilst Pro-Sodomy Dutch are For Them

00 Jozef Jankovič. The Victim's Warning. 1969

The Victim’s Warning

Jozef Jankovič


Museum of the Slovak National Uprising 

Banská Bystrica ((Banská Bystrica Okres. Banská Bystrica Kraj) SLOVAKIA


The Slovak government refused to support new sanctions against Russia, but the Netherlands, a country that’s legalised sodomy and drug addiction, favours tougher sanctions. Chairman of the Slovak Government Robert Fico said at the opening ceremony of the exhibition “Victory” at the Museum of the Slovak National Uprising in Banská Bystrica, “At tomorrow’s EU meeting, Slovakia will oppose adoption of new sanctions against Russia. Economic sanctions, especially those based on unverified data, aren’t effective and aren’t equable in their impact”. Defence Minister S K Shoigu attended the ceremony. Fico’s words met with applause from locals. On the other hand, today, Minister-President of the Netherlands Mark Rutte said that EU countries must consider new sanctions against Russia. He believes that the EU needs to impose them as he believes that Russia is escalating the conflict in the Ukraine. According to Rutte, “previously adopted measures just didn’t work”.

29 August 2014



Krivbass Battalion Soldiers Leave Zone of Operations After Heavy Losses

00 Death to the Banderlogs. 29.08.14

“Death to the Banderlogs!” “Banderlog” comes from a Hindi word for Rhesus macaque monkeys, characterising junta supporters as vacuous chattering dweebs (Banderlogs are also gross humanoids in role-playing games… I just thought that you’d like to know that).


Aleksandr Potapenko, a soldier of the 40 Territorial Defence Battalion Krivbass from Krivoy Rog, said that a group of soldiers from his battalion, along with the commander, Aleksandr Motril, withdrew to the border of the DNR with Zaporozhe Oblast. They retreated there on the orders of the battalion commander, leaving positions near Pokrovka near Ilovaisk. The battalion’s situation had become untenable, so, the commander decided to pull some of his soldiers back. Potapenko said, “About a hundred men left, but half are already in hospital in Krivoy Rog. We also wanted to go home, to have a real sleep, and get some rest. We were under heavy artillery fire. We only had buses for transport, and they only gave us small arms, machine guns, and one grenade per man”.

Potapenko pointed up that one of the reasons that his commander decided to withdraw was that he lacked confidence in the competence and professionalism of the Sector B commander, Lieutenant General Ruslan Khomchak, who led the operation in Ilovaisk. Now, the men claim that they’re ready to return to the front, but they’re afraid that the higher command would shoot them as separatists. The soldiers also are afraid of going to Krivoy Rog. Potapenko noted, “Today, I got a phone call from family, and they told me that the president called us deserters. They told us that the military Prokuratura is watching the house to take us to court. Frankly, we’ve all lost the desire to do anything. Everything’s sordid. The president accused us of desertion. For what? We want to come home and lay down our weapons; we don’t want to carry out mindless orders”.

On 28 August, junta strongman Poroshenko claimed that the responsibility for the situation in Ilovaisk is due to the actions of the leaders of two battalions who withdrew from their positions. On 27 August, units of the 30 Mechanised Brigade and the 5 Territorial Defence Battalion Podkarpatskaya withdrew from position in Sector B of the junta forces.

29 August 2014

Russkaya Vesna



To speak frankly, to send troops into battle without training and without some shakedown as a unit is criminal, irresponsible, and stupid. On top of that, we’re speaking of a unit raised from scratch, not a unit with a formed “reserve” command structure. Such units need at least 6-12 weeks of preparation to be minimally effective, and 9-12 months to be optimally effective. Besides which, these units lacked even basic “battle taxi” wheeled APCs and any form of heavy weapons (RPGs, mortars, ATGMs, automatic grenade launchers, and even a credible stash of hand grenades). It doesn’t speak highly of the Galician Uniates that the junta placed in command positions. Besides which, the junta placed “morale instructors” (commissars) in every unit to shoot all those who don’t show the requisite “motivation”. These commissars are Euromaidantsy terrorists without any military training whatsoever, but they’re good at bullying (and at theft, too, I’m told).

In the present case, the battalion commander had a company that was under intense fire, and which didn’t have any heavy weapons of its own to reply, nor did the battalion have any heavy weapons to support it. The implication is that the sector commander refused to release assets from higher formations to aid the hard-pressed grunts. This company suffered 50 percent casualties! The commander decided to pull the unit back to save what was left of it. No doubt, the Galician incompetents have a “no step back” order… this commander decided to ignore it, as his men would’ve been annihilated if he didn’t. What happened to his “morale instructors?” I wouldn’t be surprised to find out that they all “died in action”… from bullets from their own troops.

As for the battalion from Podkarpatskaya, well, the junta just sent 1,500 VV MVDU troops to Užgorod. The Rusin soldiers may very well have gone home to raise the banner of rebellion. In some ways, the Rusins are MORE restive than the folks in Novorossiya are. In some ways, they’re feistier and more ornery… they do have some heavy-duty mountains to hide in…


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