Voices from Russia

Wednesday, 6 February 2019

6 February 2019. This Still Holds True Today…

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If such is so, and it is so, it means that every junta soldier (and American combatant) killed in the Donbass is another Soviet life saved. Don’t forget the immortal words of the late A V Zakharchenko:

We were Soviet, we are Soviet, and we’ll always be Soviet.

The spirit of the fighting USSR lives on in the Donbass. I bow low before their podvig* and give a Red salute to their courage and perseverance. Oh yes… American “movement conservatives” and “Clinton liberals” are actually fascists and we should treat them accordingly.

  • Podvig: Should NEVER be “Englished”… one of the most powerful words in the Russian language. There are literally no English equivalents strong enough. Podvig has overtones of “epic”, “heroic”, “bravery”, “self-sacrifice”, “victory”, “effort”, and “triumph”. It’s best to leave it as is, and admit that English lacks the necessary material to give meaning to this word.

BMD

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Sunday, 16 September 2018

16 September 2018. CIA and Galician Uniate Nationalist Terrorists Murder A V Zakharchenko, DNR Head of State

The Galician Uniate nationalists are cowards who do poorly in a standup fight, but, by God, they sure can murder and backstab! Don’t forget… their idol Bandura was a convicted murderer who was in the Polish slam and released by the German fascists. They even killed Galicians! That’s why the people in Galicia turned against them and helped the gaybisti* to root them out. They sure haven’t changed, have they?

  • Gaybist: Russian slang for security officers/forces. It comes from the Russian pronunciation of “GB”, the first two letters of “State Security” in Russian.

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Investigators in the DNR determined that a Western intelligence agency helped Galician Uniate nationalist terrorists to murder DNR Head of State A V Zakharchenko. The explosive device used was beyond the technical abilities of the Galicians to make and use without assistance. The SK RF concurred with the conclusion of the DNR investigation. That is, both the DNR and the Russian Federation consider this a criminal act of international terrorism. It’s no surprise that the CIA had its dirty hands in this crime. DNR authorities believe that the same group who carried out this murder also carried out the murders of Motorola and Givi (and probably Mozgovoi as well). The USA has a track record of low behaviour, starting with its scorched-earth tactics against Native peoples in the American Revolution to the Trail of Tears to the A-bombing of Japan to the black sites of the torture-happy CIA. Don’t forget that all of Russia believes that the CIA and its Galician running-dogs sabotaged the airliner with the Aleksandrov Ensemble aboard… a belief that I concur in.

The Galician Uniate nationalists are bullies and cowards. In the VOV, the SS raised a division amongst Galician Uniates (Iosif Slipy blessed them… that’s why he was in the GULag… he was an active fascist collaborator). It was such a bad unit that it folded during its very first battle, becoming ineffective on its very first day of operations. These are the kind of people who murdered A V Zakharchenko. The DNR handled this as any other real state would… the succession passed to D V Pushilin, another patriot leader, with no fuss and no untoward actions. The Uniate junta tried to decapitate the DNR. They failed. They failed because it wasn’t a movement of one man… one personality. It was a movement of the people. The people are much harder to defeat. Don’t forget the words of A V Zakaharchenko:

We believed, believe, and will always believe ourselves to be Soviet.

That should answer all those who call him an “imperialist lackey”… indeed, some clueless armchair leftists talk like that. Aleksandr Vladimirovich fought the American aggressors, which is good enough for me. Aleksandr Vladimirovich was an Orthodox believer. He believed that Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism (but not Uniatism), Islam, and Judaism were all traditional religions worthy of respect:

I’m Orthodox; I go to church. For myself, I think that the only church for one who believes in God is the Moscow Patriarchate. I recognise four main confessions… Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism, Islam, and Judaism. These religions were from time immemorial; many of us are Muslims, many are Jews, and many are Roman Catholics. These four confessions, I believe, should be in our country; in no case should we oppress their believers. On the other hand, I’ll deal strictly with sectarianism. I won’t allow it. Unfortunately, all sorts of sects and all kinds of pseudo-religions flooded our country. I don’t want these pseudo-religions and sectarianism to affect the thoughts, minds, and education of our youth and of our people. Therefore, we’ll adopt decrees [to address this].

A hero is gone. However, the people of the DNR continue to stand tall. I can only repeat the words of Admiral Yamamoto:

I fear all we have done today is to awaken a great sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.

The Galician Uniate nationalists will regret this in the end as they sit in exile in Washington and Saskatoon. In the meanwhile, I bow before the memory of a brave man brought down by cowards and terrorists.

Вечная ему память

BMD

Monday, 15 January 2018

Zakharchenko sez Benefits to Families with Children will Increase in the DNR in the Second Half of 2018

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Today, DNR Head of State A V Zakharchenko announced that the DNR would increase benefits to families with children in the second half of the year:

By the third quarter of this year, I guarantee an increase in benefits for social support for families with children.

At present, the DNR provides uniform social assistance at the time of the birth of a child, as well as assistance for all children under the age of three, allowances for single mothers, amongst other benefits.

11 January 2018

DAN Donetsk News Agency

https://dan-news.info/obschestvo/razmer-posobij-semyam-s-detmi-budet-uvelichen-v-dnr-vo-vtorom-polugodii-2018-g-zaxarchenko.html

Editor:

Note that social benefits in the Peoples Republics keep rising, whilst those in American-occupied Banderstan keep going down. It says something, doesn’t it, about the Anglos… not very good, I’d say. After all, they INSISTED on hurting the little people… what amoral grasping brutes…

By the way, Hillary Clinton hates the Peoples Republics and their pro-people policies… she fomented the coup that put the anti-people pro-oligarch junta in place in the Ukraine. It tells you much about her and her major supporters… let’s see, the Peoples Republics are pro-Russian, and they’re pro-people. What does that tell you about the present anti-Russia campaign amongst the Hillarybots? Hmm… none dare call them moneygrubbing pigs, do they?

BMD

Sunday, 26 November 2017

LNR Resolved Internal Crisis Calmly

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This week was fraught with both real and fake news stories about an internal political crisis in the LNR in the Donbass. The genesis of the conflict appeared to be a dispute between Interior Minister I A Kornet and former LNR Head of State I V Plotnitsky. Kornet stated that saboteurs surrounded Plotnitsky and that such people had to go for the good of the LNR. At no time did Kornet publicly accuse Plotnitsky of any personal wrongdoing. However, many believe that Plotnitsky isn’t an inspirational leader and that he isn’t up to the task of running a republic besieged by aggressive warfare from the fascist Kiev régime. For some time, social media had rumours of Plotnitsky’s responsibility for the deaths of LNR commanders in the past, although these rumours have likely spread because people came to see Plotnitsky as in ineffective commander rather than a traitor. There’s never been any substantial evidence showing that Plotnitsky ever conspired against his own officers.

LNR Security Minister Leonid Pasechnik is the interim Head of State until new elections. Pasechnik thanked his predecessor for his service and announced the appointment of Plotnitsky to a new role as LNR envoy for future discussions on the Minsk Accords (which aim to bring a long-term ceasefire to the Donbass conflict). This move clearly has the intent of demonstrating the LNR’s internal stability, insofar as a man seen as not fit to be the leader, would still have a respectable position within the government, albeit as an envoy whose role is largely honorific due to the stalemate in implementing the Minsk Agreements. The move also helps put to rest rumours from pro-junta social media that Plotnitsky was dead or under torture. Clearly, neither of these assertions is factual. Pasechnik stated:

Plotnitsky made a great contribution to the peaceful settlement process. He’s one of the Minsk accords signers. We appointed him LNR plenipotentiary for execution of the Minsk accords.

Whilst details concerning what convinced Plotnitsky to finally relinquish power are yet to be fully known, it’d appear that, as was the case of the far more experienced Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe, Plotnitsky realised that his former comrades wanted a changing of the guard and like all leaders who’d rather leave with dignity than with a fight, he eventually acquiesced. Overall, the comparatively smooth transition from a leader whose popularity had waned to an interim leader apparently supported by those agitating for Plotnitsky’s ouster demonstrated that the LNR is now politically mature, in spite of only being founded in 2014 and being the victim of an aggressive war since the moment of its founding.

Furthermore, as pro-Ukrainian regime media and social media somersaulted with various conspiracy theories and with the Kiev regime eager to exploit the de facto resolved political crisis in the LNR, the fact of the matter is that Kiev wasn’t able to upset the LNR’s security during was a week-long crisis. The LNR and DNR function as states, but the Kiev regime can barely function at all, in spite of continued support (lethargic) from the West. Throughout the crisis, the LNR bureaucracy was generally functional, police and security services maintained the peace, and life for ordinary citizens went on normally, with no one harmed. By contrast, political assassinations in Kiev are all too common, political ultra-violence has long been the norm, and junta chieftain Poroshenko is under a sustained political attack from the former Georgian leader Mikhail Saakashvili, who seeks to replace Poroshenko at the soonest possible moment.

The political health of the LNR isn’t perfect, but considering that it’s the victim of a brutal war, it functions rather better than the aggressor in the war, especially considering that Kiev has the support of all the major Western powers, whereas the LNR isn’t even supported by Russia, beyond the provision of humanitarian aid and minor civilian material aid. The LNR’s neighbour, the DNR, is even more stable. DNR Head of State A V Zakharchenko has proved to be an effective leader who’s withstood the most aggressive phases of the war (thus far) and has been able to broadly maintain the DNR’s security in spite of losing his most skilled and beloved commanders, M S “Givi” Tolstykh and A P “Motorola” Pavlov.

Earlier this year, Zakharchenko proposed creating a union-state of Malorossiya between the LNR, DNR, and other areas within the 1991 Ukrainian SSR borders that want to unite peacefully as a single state. At the time, Plotnitsky claimed to be unaware of this idea, which is a clear sign that he was either not up to the task of leadership or that he wasn’t considered important enough to get an advance notice of a major announcement that many local and foreign journalists received. With Plotnitsky out of the picture, it’s possible that such a union-state is now increasingly possible. The beginning of such a wider union would, of course, be a formal union between the LNR and DNR, which would replace the current less-formal confederation, which amounts to little more than an alliance.

Ultimately, the future of what remains of the Ukraine will likely be the creation of voluntary unions that more or less correspond to the borders of historic Malorossiya and Novorossiya, in addition to separate entities accounting for the parts of the 1991 Ukrainian SSR, which include former parts of Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and Romania. With the probable exception of historical Galicia returning to Poland, there also remains the possibility of each aforementioned entity returning to its mother country.

24 November 2017

Adam Garrie

The Duran      

http://theduran.com/lugansk-peoples-republic-resolves-internal-crisis-dignity-professionalism/

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