Voices from Russia

Sunday, 23 March 2014

Ukrainian Neofascists Want the Bomb… The Junta Rearranges the Deck-Chairs on the Titanic

00 atomic fireball. 16.07.13

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On Thursday, military units stationed in the Crimea formerly subordinate to the Minoborony Ukrainy raised Russian flags. The St Andrew banner now flies over 6 warships and 25 auxiliary vessels formerly of the Ukrainian Navy. A Republic of the Crimea (RK) official said, “The commanders of 72 military units, installations, and ships under the Minoborony Ukrainy decided to voluntarily join the Russian Armed Forces for further military service”.

Editor:

When they took the oath of allegiance to Russia, their pay shot up four times… and Russia pays it in full, unlike the Ukrainian kleptocracy under the Timoshenko junta. You can see why the overwhelming majority of Ukie soldiers in the Crimea chose service for Russia… you can’t eat “independence”.

BMD

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On Thursday, two People’s Deputies from the Fatherland faction (Timoshenko clique) and one from the UDAR faction (Klichko clique) submitted a draft law denouncing the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) of 1 July 1968 to the Rump Rada. The draft will go to the relevant committees for a review. Neofascist People’s Deputy Lyashko demanded at the plenary session on Thursday that the Ukraine should acquire nuclear arms.

Editor:

Aren’t you glad that the junta doesn’t have the bomb? If it did, the unhinged fanatics would fire a missile at Moscow out of sheer hate and for shits n’ giggles. We need to put this feral junta down before it does something goofy and downright murderous. Reflect on the fact that American neocons support these nutters… and that certain elements in our Church do, too (to our shame, using “Pro-Life” as a figleaf). Ukrainian nationalists aren’t wrapped overly tightly (they defile Christmas parties with anti-Russian diatribes and performances… that’s fanatical). I’ve seen ‘em up close… they’re scary and they mean every hateful word that they drool… if you don’t think so, you’ll live to regret your error…

BMD

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On Thursday, UNIAN reported that a fire broke out in a tank depot in Krivoy Rog, (Dnepropetrovsk Oblast), saying, “A fire broke out at 17.50 (19.50 MSK) at the base of the 17 Separate Tank Brigade of the VI Army Corps in Krivoy Rog, Dnepropetrovsk Oblast. Preliminary reports stated that the fire started in the unit’s equipment depot”. Two tanks with full ammunition burst into flames in a garage. Firemen put out the fire at 21.00 MSK, but as of 22.30 MSK, rounds were still cooking off and exploding. The authorities evacuated residents near the base. Half an hour later, people started to go back home. There were no reports on the cause of the incident, nor are there any reported injuries.

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President Vladimir Putin stated at a meeting of the Russian Security Council that Russia wouldn’t engage in retaliatory sanctions against the USA nor would it introduce a visa régime in re the Ukraine. Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that Kiev continues to make contradictory statements about relations with Russia, noting, “In particular, they made some statements that they’d stop or ‘suspend’ participation in the SNG, and that they’d introduce a visa régime with Russia. In this regard, if it happens, we’d report our options to you”. President Putin said, “With regard to both the American sanctions and the introduction of a visa régime by the Ukrainian government, for now, I think that we need to refrain from retaliatory measures. As far as introducing visas for the Ukraine, if we introduced them, millions of completely innocent Ukrainians would suffer. They’re already having a hard time, working in Russia, earning what little money they can to support their families. We shouldn’t do such a thing”.

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Presidential Press Secretary Dmitri Peskov told Vedomosti, “There’s no longer such a thing as a gas discount for the Ukraine for stationing the Black Sea Fleet. It can no longer be applied either de jure or de facto”. If one returns to gas price formation under the 2009 agreement, the addendum to it on the fleet signed by Viktor Yanukovich won’t be valid. Yanukovich and then-President Dmitri Medvedev signed an agreement that extended the Black Sea Fleet’s presence in the Crimea in return for a 100 USD (3,625 Roubles. 112 CAD. 111 AUD. 73 Euros. 61 UK Pounds) per 1,000 cubic metres gas discount under the 2009 accord in Kharkov in 2010. With this discount applied, the Ukraine paid around 400 USD (14,500 Roubles. 448 CAD. 444 AUD. 292 Euros. 244 UK Pounds) per 1,000 cubic metres (35,300 cubic feet) of gas last year. After the Ukraine refused to sign an association agreement with the EU in December, Gazprom (MOEX: GAZP) reduced the gas price to 268.5 USD (9,740 Roubles. 300 CAD. 296 AUD. 195 Euros. 163 UK Pounds) per 1,000 cubic metres as of January. The Ukraine’s debt to Gazprom now tops 1.8 billion USD (65.25 billion Roubles. 2.01 billion CAD. 1.98 billion AUD. 1.3 billion Euros. 1.1 billion UK Pounds). Earlier, Gazprom CEO Aleksei Miller said that the company decided not to extend the discount starting in April because of the debt.

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President Vladimir Putin signed laws on the accession of the RK and Sevastopol to Russia, forming two new federal subjects in the Russian Federation. The signing ceremony was in the Kremlin’s Yekaterininsky Zal, attended by Federation Council and RF Gosduma leaders. On 20 March, the Gosduma ratified a treaty between the RF and the RK on the Crimea’s rejoining Russia and the formation of new RF federal subjects. They also passed a relevant federal constitutional law. On Friday, the Federation Council approved the documents.

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00 Kiev. riots 01. 23.01.14

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Chairman of the Government Dmitri Medvedev wrote on his Facebook page that radicals, militants, and bandits seized power in the Ukraine, an extremely dangerous move that could collapse the state. Medvedev noted that Crimea and Sevastopol made a choice, so, Moscow’s goal is friendly relations with the Ukraine and its other neighbours. An extralegal putsch took place in the Ukraine on 22 February; the Rump Rada ousted President Viktor Yanukovich, changed the Constitution, scheduled new elections for 25 May, and named Aleksandr Turchinov {an old-time pal and fellow thief of Timoshenko: editor} acting “President”. Yanukovich said that threats against his life forced him to leave the leave Ukraine, but that he remained the legally elected head of state. Moscow believes that Rada’s actions are questionable at best. Medvedev said, “The power belongs to various radicals, militants, and bandits. They make the final decisions. Most likely, they’d make them after 25 May, too. It makes no sense for them to share power with others. They’re masters in the streets and at the entrances to administrative buildings. This is an extremely dangerous situation. This type of rule inevitably leads to the collapse of the state”.

Editor:

Do note that the situation in the Ukraine gets MURKIER by the day. Two mobilisations occurred… no one showed up. The economy’s at a standstill… oldsters aren’t getting their pensions… the army lacks the money to move (and it lacks the will to fight)… Euromaidan commissars are now in the forces… unelected government “leaders” issue contradictory orders… and a “National Guard” of Maidan thugs replaced the steady and professional Berkutovtsy (who killed very few rioters, considering the provocations and violence offered against them).

Usually, by this time, putschists consolidate their power. Such isn’t so here. It’s a slo-mo replay of the August events. NO ONE KNOWS WHAT’S GOING ON. NO ONE. It’d be stupid for me to issue an opinion on the junta’s longevity. However, people are suffering and desperate for food… that isn’t a mark of stability, is it? May the junta’s days be short… to ease the suffering of the people. Why is the USA supporting such evil? Why are some people in the District in our Church supporting such evil? Ask them… I haven’t the foggiest…

BMD

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On Friday, hours after Kiev signed the political part of its association agreement with Brussels, the EU announced a 1.4 billion USD (51 billion Roubles. 1.57 billion CAD. 1.54 billion AUD. 1.02 billion Euros. 850 million UK Pounds) increase in its aid package to the Ukraine. UNIAN quoted junta “Prime Minister” Arseny Yatsenyuk, “The EU decided to increase financial aid to the Ukraine from 610 million Euros (30.5 billion Roubles. 842 million USD. 944 million CAD. 926 million AUD. 510 million UK Pounds) to 1.61 billion Euros (80.6 billion Roubles. 2.22 billion USD. 2.49 billion CAD. 2.45 billion AUD. 1.35 billion UK Pounds). The EU will transfer over two billion US dollars to Ukrainian government accounts to stabilise the Ukrainian economic situation. The deadline for the transfer is late April or early May” {how much of it will stick to Yatesnyuk’s fingers? After all, he has a mansion next to Yanukovich’s to maintain, dontcha know: editor}. On Friday, Yatsenyuk travelled to Brussels to sign the political provisions of an EU association agreement, covering issues of “democracy”, judicial “reform”, and other civil society aspects. The full accord also includes an economic section, which envisages a free trade zone between the Ukraine and the EU {which would doom Ukrainian industry… there’s surplus capacity in Western Europe; the EU wants to flood the Ukraine with its goods, no matter what the suffering to Ukrainians: editor}. Yatsenyuk said that the junta would sign the economic part of the agreement, rejected by the previous government for fears of significant economic losses, only after the presidential election due on 25 May.

Editor:

This “aid”, which is really a loan, isn’t what it seems to be. Most of it’s going to Western creditors… the rest is only enough to run the country for less than a month. Besides which, it won’t come in for another month… and the junta needs money NOW. Remember, the Ukrainian economy lies knackered and idle… and shall continue to be so if the Ukraine actually goes through with the harebrained scheme of “European integration”. The Ukraine would lose Russian business, whilst gaining no new business from the EU (the EU, especially Germany, sees the Ukraine as a dumping ground for surplus goods and a cheap labour source, not a real trading partner). That is, the only way that the junta can survive is as a mendicant… and EU/IMF/ECB conditions would doom the junta. Don’t be smug… it means SUFFERING for Ukrainians in the near term. That’s why all who support the American/EU policy are disgusting and vile (especially, the clerics… they’re the worst). Our people will starve so that McMansion pukes can party hearty and play tennis at the country club. Now, that’s EVIL…

What will the EU and the USA do if the Ukrainian state collapses and Russia refuses to honour its debts? Now, that’s interesting, no?

BMD

21 March 2014

Voice of Russia World Service

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_21/Over-70-military-units-in-Crimea-hoist-Russian-flags-1725/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_21/Draft-law-denouncing-non-proliferation-treaty-submitted-to-Ukrainian-parliament-3135/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_21/Tank-depot-on-fire-in-Krivoy-Rog-Ukraine-media-9893/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_21/Russian-Federation-to-refrain-from-retaliatory-sanctions-against-US-and-visas-for-Ukrainians-5671/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_21/Ukraine-has-no-more-Black-Sea-Fleet-gas-discount-Peskov-7894/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_21/Putin-sign-decree-to-set-up-Crimean-Federal-district-5901/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_21/Power-in-Ukraine-is-seized-by-radicals-militants-bandits-Russian-PM-Medvedev-2128/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_21/EU-ads-1-4-billion-to-Ukrainian-aid-after-political-deal-signed-7457/

 

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Saturday, 22 March 2014

The Situation in the Ukraine “Develops”…

00 Simferopol. Crimea. 22.03.14

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On Wednesday, UN Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights Ivan Šimonović confirmed discrimination of Russian-speakers in the Ukraine, but he told the UN Security Council that the instances were sporadic. Earlier, Russia criticised Šimonović for ignoring murders, mass executions, tortures, abductions, and assaults on journalists and rights activists, politically motivated incarcerations, and appalling racist, anti-Russian, and anti-Semitic incidents in the Ukraine, committed with tacit approval from the ruling junta. Speaking at the UN session on Ukraine yesterday, the Croat human rights commissioner confirmed that the Russian minority in the Ukraine often falls victim to discrimination and even attacks, but noted it looked like these rights violations had neither a widespread occurrence or “systematic character” {much like Croat attacks on and discrimination against Serbs… take that with a block of salt, kids: editor}. He added that we must thoroughly investigate all violations of this nature, especially when they target minorities. Šimonović has toured the Ukraine since 7 March. He visited Kiev, Kharkov, Lvov, and intended to travel further south to the Republic of the Crimea, but he said that the Ukrainian authorities barred him from doing so {note how he kissed the junta’s ass: that invalidates his testimony, doesn’t it?: editor}.

Editor:

Šimonović is a Croat… ergo, he’ll minimise any outrages against Russians, as he hates Orthodox. Never forget the Serbian Holocaust… and its Croat perpetrators. The present Croatian state refuses to condemn Ustaša crimes (most notably, its massacre of Orthodox Christians… they did likewise, fancy that)… act accordingly.

BMD

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The Associated Press no longer marks news items coming from the Crimea as Ukrainian. In a blog statement, the American news major explained that the Ukrainian junta lost control over the peninsula, emphasising that it based its marking practise on the actual state of things. Where it once used the dateline “SEVASTOPOL, Ukraine (AP)”, they’ll now use “SEVASTOPOL, Crimea (AP)”. The reason is that the Crimea is geographically distinct from Russia; they have no land border. The AP Stylebook announced, “For instance, we just say ‘Sicily’ and ‘Sardinia’ in datelines (‘Palermo, Sicily’), even though they’re part of Italy, and ‘Guadeloupe’ in datelines even though that island is part of France”. The change will effectively recognise the Crimea as an independent state following a referendum on Sunday where the vast majority of Crimeans voted to become independent and rejoin Russia.

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Chairman of the Gosduma Sergei Naryshkin told reporters that statements by Kiev that it might introduce a visa régime for Russians shows that the Ukraine cares little for people, saying, “It’s a political statement, where the Ukraine demonstrates, once again, that its self-appointed leadership isn’t concerned about people. Thousands upon thousands of family ties unite Russia and the Ukraine. If they introduce a visa régime, it’d cause big problems for our citizens. Clearly, the Ukraine’s leadership is concerned about other things, not about people”.

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On Thursday, a spokesman told ITAR-TASS that the FSB busted a channel of arms smuggling from the EU to Russia via the Ukraine, saying, “In an operation to expose and bust channels of illegal circulation of firearms and their parts, the FSB exposed arms smuggling from EU states to Russia via the Ukraine by vehicles, rail, and postal operators”.

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00 map of russia. 22.03.14

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The Russian Geographical Society (RGS) plans to coöperate with cartographers and the Federal Service for State Registration, Cadastre, and Cartography to draw new maps of Russia including the Republic of Crimea and the Federal City of Sevastopol as two new subjects of the Russian Federation. In the near future, the society will consider sending a scientific research expedition to the Crimea to study the republic’s rich natural, cultural, and historical heritage. The RGS plans to open a regional headquarters in the Crimea this year.

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On Thursday, at Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu’s request, President Vladimir Putin signed a decree recognising the military ranks and education of Ukrainian officers who wish to serve in the Russian forces. Shoigu said during a meeting with President Putin, “This means that we recognise the military ranks and education of officers now in the Ukrainian forces, but who’ve asked to serve in not just the Russian armed forces, but in the internal forces as well, such as the MVD and FSB”.

Editor:

Note the methodical way in how VVP is moving… one step at a time, with all the bases covered. Oh, yes… the MID DID say that Russia could intervene if the Russian population requested it… and this announcement means that army and police officers and troops could continue in Russian service after the reintegration. VVP isn’t the leading statesman of our time for nought.

BMD

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On Thursday, Deputy Defence Minister Yuri Borisov told reporters that the Russian Armed Forces would revise their development plans in the context of the entry of the Crimea and Sevastopol into Russia, saying, “Certainly, we need to develop military infrastructure on the peninsula to make the Crimea a worthy part of the Russian Federation and to protect it from possible intrusions. This isn’t only the Minoborony’s responsibility. On one hand, it’s is a huge victory, but on the other hand, it’s is a huge commitment to the people of the Crimea. We have to give a good account of ourselves in the international community so that it doesn’t doubt our aspirations and our capacities. Let them not have such doubts. We’ve done a lot to develop the Black Sea Fleet, including support for its shipyards in the Crimea. Now, we’ll have to look at their future again. We’ll not only support them, we’ll consider increasing our orders”.

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Ukrainian border guards detained four Russian journalists after they allegedly failed to “prove the purpose of their visit”. The border control authority said that they seized the Russians seized overnight in the Donetsk airport, claiming that three reporters hadn’t presented them with sufficient evidence of their aims and residence plans, later confirming that they were NTV employees. Border guards apprehended another Russian citizen after he said that he worked for a French-German TV channel; allegedly, he didn’t have enough financial coverage for his trip.

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Some 40 Czech families in Volyn Oblast asked the Czech Republic’s Interior Ministry to allow their return to their home country. Interior Ministry spokesman Vladimir Řepka confirmed that Ministry received the request. One of those behind this move is Antonin Holc, 76; he now lives near the Czech city of Olomouc, but he’s a spokesman for Volyn Czechs in Czechia. He wrote, “If it all depended on me, I’d take back every single Czech from Volyn in the Ukraine, for it’s certainly better for them to live in their home country. Recently, the crime rate went up in the Ukraine, so any person who has property can come under attack”.

Czech MP Radim Fiala said in a statement that the Czech government shouldn’t ignore the danger that ethnic Czechs face in Volyn, noting, “Crime and banditry is on the rise in the Western Ukraine, and local radical groups who imbibed the legacy of Stepan Bandera are to blame. We can’t ignore the apprehensions of our compatriots, as they have experience of clashing with nationalists during the Second World War”. When a group of Czech MPs met the leader of Volyn Czechs making their home in Zhitomir Oblast, Emma Snidevicova, she also asked Czechia to allow Ukraine-based Czechs to move back home. She handed the MPs a petition from Volyn Czech families who sought to return to Czechia. At present, up to 20,000 ethnic Czechs make their home in Volyn.

Editor:

Volyn was the site of massive UPA massacres of non-Ukrainians in 1943-44. Poles were the main victims, but the Uniate terrorists were equal opportunity haters… they also killed Russians, Byelorussians, Roma, Armenians, and others (they’d already helped the Nazis exterminate the Jews). They even killed Galicians who were Orthodox… nice guys, wot? Such facts make the fears of non-Ukrainians in Volynia quite reasonable. They did it before… they could do it again. The LOW figure for the Volyn murders by the UPA is 30,000… reflect on the fact that the USA supports those who imbibed the UPA’s hateful ideology. THAT chills my blood…

BMD  

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On Thursday, Vladimir Konstantinov, Chairman of the State Soviet of the Republic of the Crimea (GS RK) said that the RK would officially adopt the Russian Rouble as its currency on Monday 24 March, saying, “The rouble is already here. We’ll carry out all transactions in Roubles beginning on Monday [24 March]. We’ll disburse all payments, pensions, and salaries in Roubles”.

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On Thursday, the MID said that Moscow would reply proportionately and effectively to Kiev’s attempts to seize Russian property in the Ukraine and abroad, saying, “The Minister of Justice of the Ukraine threatened to compensate the Ukraine for the damage from some nationalisation of Ukrainian property in the Crimea by taking property of the Russian Federation, including the property of Gazprom. We’d regard any encroachments by the Ukrainian authorities upon Russian property, including abroad, as a gross violation of international law and the principle of state sovereignty. Naturally, we reserve the right to take adequate and proportionate countermeasures. Threats against particular Russian commercial enterprises, specifically Gazprom are especially surprising. According to the Ukrainian Constitution, private ownership is inviolable, and forced alienation of private property is only possible after advance and full reimbursement of its value. In addition, the effective Russian-Ukrainian Agreement on the Encouragement and Mutual Protection of Investments of 1998 would fully cover the property of commercial business entities, like Gazprom”.

Editor:

Do note, “We reserve the right to take adequate and proportionate countermeasures”. That means that Russia will protect the pipeline route. Due to the protracted nature of the crisis, no doubt, it now has an adequate supply of spares to repair damage to the pipeline by Galician Uniate Svoboda nutters. Watch for Svoboda creeps to try to do gnarly things on the pipeline… that’d trigger a Russian response… and the EU would do NOTHING… to ensure the gas supply for themselves. This is developing… and the picture emerging isn’t pretty. The junta is so strapped for cash that it’s trying to mess with Russian property. That WILL be its downfall…

The Bear IS back… and he doesn’t take kindly to goading…

BMD

20 March 2014

Voice of Russia World Service

 http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_20/UN-rights-watchdog-confirms-discrimination-of-Russian-minority-in-Ukraine-1665/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_20/Associated-Press-news-agency-no-longer-recognizes-Crimea-as-part-of-Ukraine-1493/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_20/Kievs-likely-visa-regime-introduction-with-Russia-proves-that-Ukraine-cares-little-for-people-Russian-MP-7528/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_20/Russian-Security-service-busts-arms-smuggling-from-EU-to-Russia-via-Ukraine-5088/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_20/Russian-Geographical-Society-draws-new-maps-with-Crimea-as-part-of-Russia-3561/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_20/Putin-orders-to-recognize-military-ranks-of-Ukrainian-officers-transferring-to-serve-in-Russia-3949/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_20/Military-infrastructure-to-develop-to-protect-Crimea-from-possible-intrusions-Russian-Defense-Ministry-8568/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_20/Four-Russian-journalists-barred-from-entering-Ukraine-1791/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_20/Czech-families-in-Ukraine-s-Volhynia-region-endangered-expat-community-0774/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_20/Crimea-to-adopt-Russian-rouble-on-March-24-2387/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_20/Moscow-to-reply-proportionate-to-Ukraines-seizure-of-Russian-property-2380/

 

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Saturday, 15 March 2014

NY Times Posts Langley Provocation… There’s Been NO Attack on the Ukraine by Russia

01 Today's Special Lies!

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The NY Times claims that Russian forces attacked the Ukraine. I just checked RT, Nakanune.ru, Lenta.ru, RIA-Novosti, and VOR… nothing of the sort is found there. NOTHING. In short, the NYT lies like a rug. It’s reporting fantasy. It’s dezinformatsiya; it’s black propaganda of the most blatant sort. If you believe their rubbish, you should be put in a rubber room with no access to anything sharp or noisy. I repeat, there is NOTHING on the supposed “incursion” in the Russian media, it’s a chimera that exists solely in the disordered minds of the Timoshenko junta and Langley. However, it IS true that Yatsenyuk stole Scythian gold and took it to the USA… fancy that. Note the silence of the western media on that little act of theft…

Be careful… the West is doing its best to fuck up the all-Crimea referendum. Langley isn’t known for its devotion to the truth or to justice. Stay focused…

BMD 

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Thursday, 13 March 2014

Two-thirds of Russians Believe “Crimea and the Eastern Ukraine are Essentially Russian Territory; Russia has the Right to Use Military Force to Protect their People”

00 Ukraine map of unrest. 10.03.14

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On 7-10 March, Levada Centre did a survey analysing public reaction to recent events in the Ukraine. Most respondents (53 percent) admit that they’re “not too well-versed” on the Ukrainian events, whilst another 15 percent said that they don’t know what to believe. 47 percent of Russians believe that our domestic media coverage on the Ukraine is “mostly objective” and 16 percent believe that the information supplied by the media is “fair overall”. The overwhelming majority of respondents (67 percent) blame the worsening situation in the Crimea on “radical Ukrainian nationalists”. Another 16 percent of Russians fingered “mafia groups”, and 9 percent fault Crimean Tatar nationalists. Half of Russians… 49 percent… wholeheartedly support the Crimea’s annexation to Russia, another 30 percent “mostly support” this step. Those advising that we should refrain from such an action are 12 percent. In response to a question about why they’d consider sending Russian forces to the Crimea and to other Ukrainian areas legitimate, the majority of Russians (65 percent) stated, “Crimea and Eastern Ukraine are essentially Russian territory; Russia has the right to use military force to protect their people”.

According to another poll conducted by VTsIOM, the approval rating of President Vladimir Putin reached its maximum point over the last three years at 71.6 percent. A VTsIOM statement said, “The previous maximum value of this index was in May 2012 (68.8 percent), immediately after Putin’s inauguration as head of state”.

13 March 2014

Nakanune.ru

http://www.nakanune.ru/news/2014/3/13/22344840/

 

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