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Tuesday, 2 September 2014

The Tragedy of the Ukraine: The Point of No Return is Inexorably Approaching

00 the Ukraine. 1991-2014. 02.09.14


Right before the meeting of the contact group, junta strongman P A Poroshenko proposed to start with a clean slate, “We need to stop everything and start diplomatic negotiations.  There isn’t a solely military solution to this conflict”. He claimed that after he consulted with EU leaders he amended his peace plan, but he didn’t specify what he did. He promised to put forth an updated plan this week. That’s only words; according to official reports from the contact group, his agenda hasn’t changed at all. Today, he plans to discuss issues related to the terms of the cease-fire, the release of hostages, and OSCE monitoring of the Ukrainian-Russian border.

Today, speaking at MGIMO, Foreign Minister S V Lavrov said that Poroshenko’s “peace plan” is just that the opolchenie will lay down their arms and give themselves up to be killed [by fascist thugs], saying, “We need to sit down and talk; not issue unrealistic demands that the opolchenie give themselves up to be destroyed”. He added that Russia stands for a political solution to the Ukrainian crisis and it won’t deploy troops there.

Right Sector militant Andrei Denisenko admitted that the information detailing enormous losses amongst the junta forces in the Donbass was correct. He admits that no one in Kiev knows anything about the fate of 5,000 junta troops caught in a pocket near Ilovaisk, Amvrosievka, and Diakov. Denisenko emphasised that such enormous losses make it impossible to negotiate any compromises.

Novorossiyan opolchenie leader A B Mozgovoi said at a press conference in Yalta, “We’ve always had plans (to go to Kiev). Even so, we’re listening to V V Putin… a wise man, a statesman… he’s inclined to negotiate, but we see that we couldn’t ever agree to negotiate with the Kiev government… it’s a crime. Our goal is to overthrow the oligarchic apparat in Kiev and create Novorossiya. I hope that on 31 December Vladimir Vladimirovich will offer a champagne toast for the birth of the Novorossiyan state, to congratulate Ukrainians on freeing themselves from oligarchy. The only way that hostilities in the Donbas will end is if we win a complete victory over the oligarchic powers sitting in Kiev. We’d have to win a complete people’s victory over today’s so-called government. With whom should we negotiate, and what should we talk about? There’s only victory. Otherwise, this is nothing but a rat race stretching to infinity. It’s time to put an end to this and begin building a normal state, a normal government, and a normal life for the people, not for the oligarchs and officials”.

Political commentator E S Kholmogorov said in Yalta that the return of the Donbas to the Ukraine is impossible, saying, “I don’t think that after the crimes that were committed against the Donbass’ people that, both morally and psychologically, it could ever again be a part of the Ukraine, even with the loosest confederated status. There’s precedence in international practise, connecting independence with a case of genocide. NATO and the Western countries applied this about Kosovo (although the so-called genocide there was fictional). South Sudan, where genocide actually took place, gained independence. I’d say that we should consider the Donbass as a land of genocide survivors; therefore, it has the full right to independence”.

1 September 2014

Sergei Volodin

TsIA Novorossiya


Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Finnish PM Said that NATO Wouldn’t Send Military Aid to the Ukraine

00 dead junta soldiers. Novorossiya. 17.08.14


On Sunday, Finnish Prime Minister Cai-Göran Alexander Stubb said in a radio and TV interview that there was no way to respond to a request from the Ukrainian junta for military aid, saying, “Of course it’s not possible. Not from NATO, because NATO only provides military assistance to its members, and that’s well known. The EU doesn’t have the capacity to provide this kind of support”. Stubb said that Russian-EU relations are going through a lengthy deterioration and that Finland’s wish is “for the wall between Russia and the West to be as low as possible”. On Sunday, the Foreign Ministers of Russia, the Ukraine, Germany, and France met in Berlin to discuss the Ukrainian crisis. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that NATO and the EU would abrogate all the agreements that they’d reached with Russia so far if they decided to provide the Ukraine with military support.

18 August 2014

Rossiya Segodnya



Europe smells the scent of death around the junta. It’s not going to dirty its hands. It’s going to make all sorts of noise… signifying nothing.


Friday, 18 July 2014

Malaysian Jetliner was in Restricted Airspace

0 777 crash site in Donetsk NR 01. 18.07.14


Brussels-based Eurocontrol announced that the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 airliner that crashed Thursday near Donetsk was flying in closed airspace, an area off-limits due to the junta’s repression operation in the area. A statement by the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation said, “According to our information, the aircraft was flying at Flight Level 330 (@ 10,000 metres/33,000 feet) when it disappeared from radar. The Ukrainian authorities (sic) closed this area from ground to flight level 320, but it was open at the level at which the aircraft was flying. Since the crash, the Ukrainian authorities (sic) informed Eurocontrol of the closure of routes from the ground to unlimited in the Eastern Ukraine (sic) (Dnepropetrovsk Flight Information Region). Now, Eurocontrol rejects all flight plans filed using these routes. We’re activating the European Aviation Crisis Coordination Cell to coördinate the response to the impact of the airspace closure”.


On Friday, Daniel McAdams, the director of Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity told RIA-Novosti, “It is hard to get through all the propaganda on the plane so I can’t say about who’s responsible. Who benefits? Kiev. There’s no possible benefit for Moscow”.


On Friday, former US Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Paul Craig Roberts told RIA-Novosti, “The sanctions announced by the Obama régime against Russian defence and energy companies demonstrate Washington’s impotence for they’ll cause damage to US banks, they’re now prohibited from doing business with Russian companies. Russian companies can borrow, if they need loans, from European banks or from China, and have no need for US bank loans. It’s in Russia’s strategic interests to have no business relationships with the USA. Sanctions are encouraging countries to withdraw from the dollar payments system that’s the foundation of American power. Even Washington’s NATO puppet states are becoming unwilling to hurt their own economies to help boost Washington’s power over Russia”.

On Wednesday, US President Barack Obama announced new sanctions against Russia targeting Russian companies and institutions in defence, energy, and banking economy. Commenting on President Obama’s move, President V V Putin said that the new sanctions would push US-Russia relations to a dead-end, and warned of the sanctions’ boomerang effect. Mr Roberts drew parallels between Washington’s sanctions against Russia and Iran, saying, “US sanctions against Russia have already cost US businesses billions of dollars. The sanctions harmed global shipping insurers in London, Japanese shipping companies, and prevented South Korea’s access to Iranian liquefied petroleum gas. Many countries have already learnt from Washington’s sanctions that there’s no reason for them to compromise their sovereignty by using the dollar payments system and, thereby, placing themselves ‘under Washington’s thumb’. Sanctions demonstrate that Washington doesn’t approach the world with diplomacy, but with bribes, threats, and coercion. Russia and China use diplomacy, thus, Russia and China are prevailing”.


On Friday, the Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsiya) said that Russian airlines suspended transit flights over Ukraine after a Malaysia Airlines passenger plane crashed in Novorossiya, stating, “Flight plans will avoid the Ukraine, transiting over the Russian Federation, continuing on through the airspace of other neighbouring countries providing safe passage over their territory”. Currently, Russian airlines are discussing cancelling scheduled flights to the Ukraine. Russia’s largest airline, Aeroflot, cancelled two scheduled flights on Thursday to Odessa and Kiev, and another scheduled flight to Kiev on Friday. Rosaviatsiya said, “According to information from Russian airline companies, the renewal of transit flights over Ukrainian territory may occur only after we receive full and guaranteed safety for flights over Ukrainian airspace”.


On Friday, A Yu Borodai, Chairman of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DNR) Government, told RIA-Novosti by telephone that the DNR is discussing with a ceasefire with the junta to help investigate the Malaysia Airlines airliner crash. He said that a meeting would occur Friday afternoon, with the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) taking part, noting, “We’re doing everything to provide international experts access to the [crash] zone. Naturally, we’ve already suspended [battle operations] in that zone. At present, we’re holding consultations on this topic with a contact group out of Kiev. Consultations are being held with the OSCE’s participation and they’ll continue today”.


On Friday, opolchenie sources, quoting I I Strelkov, told RIA-Novosti said that they’d continue operations in all sectors except for the Malaysian airliner crash site, saying, “We’ve surrounded a large enemy group in the southern DNR. It’d be unreasonable to stop military action against the surrounded group. Experts working at the accident site would be safe. The Boeing crash site is deep within our controlled territory, so, no ‘humanitarian truce’ or ‘corridor’ is required to investigate the causes of the tragedy… the commission can freely go there and look at the crash site. No one will interfere with it”. In other news, the opolchenie took Marinovka and surrounded an 800-man spetsnaz group. Initially, there were 5,000 troops in the group, but the majority managed to escape, killed in action, or taken captive.


On Friday, a Minoborony source said that it intercepted Ukrainian radar activity on the day the Malaysian plane went down in Novorossiya, saying, “Throughout the day on 17 July, Russian radar surveillance intercepted the operation of the Buk-M1 battery’s Kupol radar station located near Styla [30 kilometres (19 miles) south of Donetsk]. The technical capabilities of the Buk-M1 allow the exchange of data on air targets between batteries of one battalion. Thus, they could’ve launched SAMs from any of the batteries deployed near Avdeyevka [8 kilometres north of Donetsk] or from Gruzsko-Zoryanskoe [25 kilometres east of Donetsk]”.


On Friday, a source in the European Commission told RIA-Novosti that the EC doesn’t know why the USA concluded that a SAM shot down the Malaysian Airlines airliner that crashed in Novorossiya. Our source said, “One must ask them. The European Commission doesn’t have the data on where the USA got the information publicised in the media”. Citing US intelligence agencies, the Wall Street Journal reported earlier on Friday that a SAM brought down Flight MH17. It said that intelligence agencies said that witnesses reported a plume of smoke rising over the crash site. They didn’t comment on whether the junta or opolchenie launched the SAM, but they did say that it was a SAM.


On Friday, Brian Flynn, the head of Performance, Forecasting, and Relations in the Eurocontrol’s Network Manager Directorate (NMD), said, “Given that at least 30-40 air carriers regularly fly aircraft in Ukrainian airspace, the temporary suspension of air traffic would affect 350 flights daily, or 1 percent of all European civil aviation traffic. The move would also intensify air traffic in neighbouring Poland, Bulgaria, and Turkey, but it’s unlikely to seriously affect passengers because it’d cause minimal flight delays, if any”. The decision to suspend civil aviation traffic above Novorossiya came soon after the tragic crash of a Malaysian plane with 298 people on board on Thursday, which left no survivors. Already, a few major airlines in Russia and other countries decided to make amendments to their routes or even suspend them.


On Friday, Foreign Minister S V Lavrov said in an interview with Rossiya-24 TV that the claims of the Kiev junta that the Malaysian airliner crash in Novorossiya was a terrorist attack are unacceptable and constitute an attempt to manipulate investigators’ opinion, saying, “Naturally, attempts to claim that it was a terrorist attack, as it’d influence Ukrainian investigators as they did their work, is an inadmissible pressure on the commission’s activities. The UN Security Council should speak in favour of immediately beginning an independent, unbiased, free, and transparent investigation. We back a similar decision within the OSCE [Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe]“.

18 July 2014

Rossiya Segodnya











Sunday, 15 June 2014

Euromaidantsy Terrorists Meet on Maidan… “Government” Does NOTHING… Lavrov Slams American Support of Junta (Without Mentioning the USA… But Everyone Knows What He Meant)

00 Kiev. Euromaidan trash. 23.05.14


On Sunday, Ukrainian 5th channel reported that a “popular veche” on the Maidan in the centre of Kiev started with a minute of silence in memory of junta soldiers killed in the repression operation in the former eastern Ukraine. Several thousand people attended the “veche”, to discuss proposals to dissolve the Rada, the laws on local self-government, the repression operation in the former eastern Ukraine, and the ethnic cleansing of the residents of the Donbass. After the gathering, the Euromaidantsy mob plans to pressure the president and the Rada, and to harangue the people of Novorossiya.


I read this in several sources, in Russian. Yes, the Euromaidantsy terrorists are serious in their delusions. They’re an extralegal mob and the “government” won’t disperse them. They’re proof that the present junta is a farce and that the so-called “election” on 25 May was a mockery. P A Poroshenko stole the election, and Uniate thugs saw to it that P N Simonenko and O A Tsaryov dropped out (besides which, the Genprokuratura opened a bogus criminal case against Tsaryov). The first order of business of any real government is to clear out this nest of vipers, with violence, if necessary (they refuse to go in peace, so, we need to wield the sword to clear out these scoundrels). Note well that the Uniate hierarchy blesses these shits. Need I say anything more?



On Sunday, the Slavyansk opolchenie HQ told Interfax, “The enemy shelled Semyonovka and Cherevkovka, and the centre of Slavyansk last night, killing two civilians. A shell hit a house in Semyonovka, sparking off a fire. In addition to this, we had a reserve water line running from the town to Slavyansk, but the ‘National Guard’ (sic) shut it down. We take water from wells now”.


On Sunday, according to Interfax, Valery Bolotov, the head of the Lugansk People’s Republic (LNR), said during a news conference, “The enemy killed about 100 people in total, both civilians and opolchenie. After the enemy took control of Schastye, they just started shooting at civilians, mostly at men”.


On Sunday, Foreign Minister S V Lavrov said, “The Ukrainian authorities act with impunity on various issues because they’re shielded by our Western partners, or by some of them, at least. Their irreconcilable position in talks on natural gas trade with Russia is one way this impunity manifests itself. We hope that a third power doesn’t back this arrogant and uncompromising position, although we have some reasons to think so. It’s a source of worry for us that this impunity manifests itself increasingly often, as we saw in the repeated arrests of Russian journalists and the disgusting attack on the Russian Embassy on Saturday. Another example is their dogmatic statement of intent to sign a free trade and association agreement with the EU no later than 27 June, despite promises about the need for Russia, the Ukraine and the EU to get together and see what we can do to prevent the Ukraine’s relations with the EU from contradicting its rights and duties as part of the free trade zone of the SNG“.


Is this a warning to the USA? Probably. We can help by not supporting American policy that harms our coreligionists. We should also expose those quislings who suck up to the powers-that-be, such as Potapov and Paffhausen. They ram a bayonet full-force into the backs of the Russian Orthodox people of Novorossiya with their dog-like support of the American Establishment and with their obsequious collaborationism with Langley (Potapov works for Radio Liberty… a Langley subversive media outlet designed to undermine the Rodina). None dare call such E-V-I-L…


15 June 2014

Voice of Russia World Service





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