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Friday, 29 May 2015

29 May 2015. Glory to God for All Things!

00 Storm. 27.05.15



29 May 2015. Animal Funnies… Mommy Doesn’t Like “Gifts”

Filed under: animals,humour/wry/"people are funny" — 01varvara @ 00.00
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00 cat at window. 29.05.15


Junta Cut Access to Village Near Lugansk By Blowing Bridge

00 lugansk pr. lnr. blown brige. 28.05.15


Today, the kombat* of the LNR Peoples Armed Forces (LNR NM) Territorial Defence Battalion (BTRO) Ataman (personal call sign: Terek) told us that the head of the junta occupation administration in the occupied LNR, Gennady Moskal, ordered the closure of access to Luganskoe (a town near Lugansk) by blowing up a bridge. This cuts off the village for 60 days. He said, “They closed the crossing-point on the Ukrainian side. For two days, they allowed no one through, not the disabled, or pregnant women, or old people; no one can ‘get there from here’.  There are very rare exceptions to this rule. According to available intel, the closure of this last remaining crossing point on the line of contact between our forces and the Ukrainian side was due to personal orders from Moskal. Of course, people still try to cross… some did today… but no one succeeded”. An LNR NM officer serving at a post near the blown bridge told us that a spontaneous rally occurred yesterday at the local selsoviet* building, “Several hundred people gathered to demand free crossing. Ukrainian forces dispersed the rally. They beat people with rifle butts, and even arrested some of them”.

  • Kombat: Battalion Commander, standard Russian military acronym
  • Selsoviet: Village Council

On the morning of 22 May, without explanation, junta forces blocked access to pedestrians crossing the Stanichno-Lugansk Bridge. When OSCE representatives arrived on-scene, they decided that the crossing-point in the village would remain open during the day, whenever there was no gunfire in the area. On the morning of 23 May, junta police started to investigate people registered in their area of control. The LNR noticed that some people registered on their side were missing. In the afternoon of 24 May, the crossing reopened. Today, the bridge over the Seversky Donets is the only crossing-point for locals. Before the war, Luganskoe had 15,000 people. One should note that the bridge is a vital transportation artery, linking the village with Lugansk, where the families and relations of many locals live. Previously, local truck farming, including greenhouses, played a major role in Lugansk’s food supply.

29 May 2015

LITs Lugansk Information Centre



There are two important points here. Firstly, due to the collapse of the “Ukrainian” economy, it’s been difficult to supply the “core” areas under junta control, let alone anywhere in Novorossiya. Therefore, locals in “border” regions trade produce for goods. Now, that the junta is tightening access, the locals (who don’t have much now) will suffer privation. The Galician Uniate nationalists don’t give a shit. Of course, this aids the patriot side, but the nationalists are too stupid, arrogant, and full of hubris to care (they’re just like their Anglo American paymasters in that, aren’t they?).

Secondly, one should consider the role of the propiska. A propiska is an authorisation to live in a particular place. It’s common in all the former Soviet space. Therefore, it’s relatively easy to check out whether someone “belongs” in a given place or not. What the junta cops were doing was checking people’s passports against the propiska list. Quite obviously, they hauled in anyone without a propiska for questioning and beating. What this means is that the LNR suspects that the junta filth snatched some of its citizens for interrogation (at best) or torture and imprisonment (at worst). Don’t forget, the junta is the willing running-dog of the Anglos… after all, Scalia gave a “legal” basis for torture (much as Frick gave a legal basis for the Holocaust)… the Anglos don’t care as long as they win (“No one asks the winner how he won”).

This is a crank sign. It means that the junta is losing its grip and that it’s trying to salvage things by cracking down. That never works… all that happens is that people suffer, for no good cause. I WILL say this… the junta nastiness will set up an aversion in all Novorossiyans for anything or anyone “Ukrainian”. The legacy of the junta will be a victory for Holy Rus, Russian Orthodoxy, Great Russian culture, and the Russian state. Remember… the Law of Unintended Consequence… it seems that Porky et al have forgotten it…


29 May 2015. Bernie for Prez… That’s ALL!

00 bernie sanders. portsmouth NH. 28.05.15


Of course, many caught the reference to Katz’s Deli… “Katz’s… that’s All!” on the sign. Well, it’s “Bernie… that’s all”… if we all get off our collective dupas and VOTE… YES, WE CAN.

We won’t get fooled again…


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