DNR MGB stated that the IRC mission didn’t provide humanitarian aid… it collected intel for the junta on the forces on the contact line
The DNR MGB expelled seven members of the American “International Rescue Committee” (IRC) from the Republic for spying on patriot forces. According to our forces, these people worked in several localities in the DNR near the contact line, where they spied on the DNR forces. A DNR MGB source said, “They claimed that they aid women and girls who have suffer from any kind of violence and experience post-traumatic stress. However, this assistance is purely emotional… conducting group sessions, individual consultations, and meetings of interest, workshops, etc., they reduced their aid to questions from the audience about their moods and stirred up opposition to the DNR authorities. They also took down personal details from people’s passports, as we found a large number of completed forms from DNR residents”. The MGB told us that these foreign employees of the IRC tried to establish many contacts with DNR government employees, to weasel out information from them. In addition, our specialists detected these people trying to eavesdrop.
We learned in late February to early March that six members of the IRC, led by humanitarian operations manager Bruce Perry arrived in the DNR under the pretext of providing humanitarian assistance, and immediately went to the contact line. The MGB believes that the main duty of the mission staff was intel collection, not humanitarian aid. Despite all the scepticism directed at the IRC mission, Perry alleged that their mission was to help people. Perry said that all funds for this IRC activity came from the Swedish, Irish, and German governments. Perry claimed that the IRC mission arrived in Dnepropetrovsk because the UN Invited them there. Perry rejected the charges of espionage, arguing that the outside parties gave them lists of the neediest areas for assistance, which coincided with the line of contact. Perry asserted, “We were supposed to begin our work and start our programme of assistance. The local administration gave us lists of the neediest residents of the local administration, so, we started working in the area. We also talked to people to find out which areas most needed our help, it turned out that most of these were [in the contact zone]”. The DNR MGB decided to expel all IRC employees from the Republic. Our troops issued them the formal order of deportation, along with subsequent prohibition of re-entry to the Republic, took them to a checkpoint on the Zaporozhe motorway, and put them on an autobus bound for Kiev.
29 April 2015
The current president and CEO of the IRC is David Miliband, formerly British Foreign Secretary. The IRC has some high-profile people among its overseers, including Madeleine Albright, Kofi Annan, Tom Brokaw, Henry Kissinger, Colin Powell, Liv Ullmann and Elie Wiesel. I need add nothing more… look at the list of “overseers”… Madeleine Albright and Henry Kissinger… those two alone queer the whole deck! Western intel operations have used this organisation before. This is what normally happens when the locals find NGOs doing what they shouldn’t. They get the boot. The West is getting desperate. However, the Novorossiyans know that if they don’t win, the chances of them dying are very high. That tends to concentrate the mind wonderfully… it shure do…