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Tuesday, 7 October 2014

OSCE Believes that Kiev Junta isn’t in Full Control of their “Armed Forces”

00 Save donbass people 03. mommy was no terrorist. novorossiya. 28.05.14

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The autumn session of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Parliamentary Assembly (PA) was in Genève on 3-5 October, devoted to the role of parliaments in new security challenges, particularly in relation to the situation around the Ukraine. S Ye NaryshkinChairman of the RF Gosduma, represented Russia. Ilkka Kanerva, the chairman of the PA, who spoke at the opening of the session, stated that the OSCE believes that the Kiev junta isn’t in full control of its “armed forces”, saying, “Responsibility [for following the rules of war] falls on both parties. Kiev also has a responsibility to ensure that its armed forces comply with the code of conduct, in particular, the position that all states party to the OSCE should ensure effective management and control over their military, paramilitary, and security forces. There were alarming reports about certain actions, indicating that not all of them (armed formations) are under effective state control”.

4 October 2014

Novorusinform

http://www.novorosinform.org/news/id/10872

Saturday, 4 October 2014

Naryshkin: The Discovery of Mass Graves in the DNR Points to Genocide on the Part of the Kiev Junta, Lavrov Demands International Investigation

monument-to-poles-killed-by-the-upa

This is a memorial for innocent Polish civilians murdered by UPA terrorists in the VOV. That is, the Galician Uniates always harboured and honoured terrorist elements. Bear that in mind if you deal with “Ukrainian Catholics” or “Ukrainian Orthodox”. As institutions, they refuse to condemn the murders of Ukrainian nationalist bandits. After all, “A knife for the Moskals”, “The Ukraine for Ukrainians only”, “Glory to the Heroes (the UPA murderers referenced above)”… it makes me sick to my stomach. Why do we tolerate such liars amongst us?

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On Friday, S Ye Naryshkin, the Chairman of the RF Gosduma, said that the discovery of mass graves in the DNR points to genocide on the part of the Kiev junta. On 23 September, the VSN found several mass graves near Donetsk. Locals told them that junta armed bands buried [civilian victims of repressions] there. On Wednesday, Foreign Minister S V Lavrov stated that more than 400 bodies were in the graves. Sergei Viktorovich informed the OSCE, the Council of Europe, and the UN of the discovery, and demanded an international investigation. Naryshkin said, “In areas recently occupied by Kiev forces, we found many brutally tortured and killed civilians, and we keep finding more and more clandestine graves. This doesn’t only inflate the number of victims… increasingly, one sees menacing signs of genocide, an extermination of regional Russian-speakers only for the fact of belonging to this group”.

3 October 2014

Rossiya Segodnya

http://ria.ru/world/20141003/1026821391.html

Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Rada Approves Arrest of Tsaryov… Ukies Threaten to Sue Russia Over the Crimea

00 Donetsk Republic 01 1918. 04.06.14

This map shows the situation prior to the Soviet-imposed borders of the 1920s. The borders of the UNR coincide broadly with the ethnographic Ukraine. Therefore, it has no viable claim to either the Crimea or Novorossiya. 

The map was in Russian, this is my translation and PhotoShop change, and I added the note about the Pontic Greeks

BMD

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ITAR-TASS reported that the Rada approved the arrest of Oleg Tsaryov, one of the leaders of the opposition to the junta, who criticised the recent Ukrainian presidential election in Ukraine. 235 People’s Deputies, slightly more than the required number of 226, supported Tsaryov’s arrest. Tsaryov was a candidate in the Ukrainian presidential election, but he withdrew on his own free will. Tsaryov also called on other presidential candidates, whose base was in the former southeastern Ukraine, to quit the presidential race. He said, “We should boycott this election, as it’s happening in the midst of a civil war”. Last week, the so-called junta General Procurator Oleg Magnitsky announced that the Genprokuratura had initiated several criminal cases against Tsaryov, accusing him of “making public calls to overthrow the existing constitutional system in the Ukraine, change its state borders, and stage acts of disobedience, which entailed grave consequences and caused many casualties among security forces and peaceful civilians”.

Editor:

Fascist goons beat up Tsaryov. Tsaryov is facing charges, not the goons. Off with their heads! It seems that the Jabberwocky is the real Procurator! As for “making public calls to overthrow the existing constitutional system in the Ukraine”… the junta is guilty of that and more. I seem to recall that they took power in an illegal illegitimate extra-constitutional coup. If V F Yanukovich had done likewise to that fatuous moneybags jackass Klichko, why the shit-storm in the West would’ve have been tremendous! Note well that the USA smiles in glee and claps its hands… after all, it’s done the same, and more… see what good pupils the junta is!

BMD

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On Tuesday, South-Eastern Front spokesman Konstantin Knirik told Interfax, “At around 15.00 MSK (03.00 PDT. 07.00 EDT. 12.00 BST. 14.00 local time. 21.00 AEST), Ukrainian forces started a massive shelling of Krasny Liman. We’re clarifying Information about fatalities and injuries amongst civilians. ‘National Guard’ (sic) fighters took several dozen villagers out of their houses on the southern edge of Krasny Liman, put them against a wall, and demanded, under threat of execution, to give them the names of the opolchenie known to them. However, no execution followed afterwards. Besides this, Ukrainian military aircraft carried out two airstrikes against Semyonovka near Slavyansk”.

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On Tuesday, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) confirmed that the deadly attack on the Lugansk People’s Republic (LNR) Administration building in Lugansk was an airstrike. The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission said in a statement, “On 2 June, shortly after 15.00 (04.00 PDT. 08.00 EDT. 13.00 BST. 16.00 MSK. 22.00 AEST), rockets hit the occupied administration building. Based on the SMM’s limited observation, these strikes were the result of non-guided rockets shot from an aircraft”. The strike left eight people dead and 28 injured. The OSCE added that the situation in Lugansk remains “volatile”. Kiev confirmed that it launched rockets in Lugansk. According to a Minoborony Ukrainy statement, “All in all, to fulfil combat support for Ukrainian border guards, military aviators fired more than 150 rockets, in three jet and five helicopter sorties”.

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On Tuesday, ITAR-TASS reported that Arseny Yatsenyuk said that the Ukraine filed a suit against Russia with the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) over the Crimea rejoining Russia. Pavel Krasheninnikov, chairman of the RF Gosduma Committee on Civil, Criminal, and Arbitration Legislation, said, “I’m not surprised to hear about such a suit. They’re doing what they can. They should have thought better when they organised the Euromaidan and overthrew the legally elected president. Insofar as the Crimea’s concerned, [the Crimeans] first proclaimed independence and then held a referendum on joining Russia. In such cases, from the point of view of international law, everything’s clear. However, since the Kiev authorities are now in a situation where they have to prove their ‘might’, they’re trying to show it. Our Foreign and Justice Ministries should get prepared. We have brilliant specialists in this sphere, and I think they’d perfectly cope with this task. If we’re speaking about a court case at the ECHR, we should presume that there’ll be justice. It’s important that our side is well-prepared. We have all the arguments on this matter, and we’re all eyewitnesses of history. There are many possibilities for people to defend their rights, including at the ECHR. I don’t think the subject of such suits would be the same, but I’m sure that there’ll be an avalanche of suits there with time”.

Editor:

The junta’s audacity and that of its American puppeteers is mindboggling. They’re an illegitimate government that took power in an illegal putsch, and they’re screaming “illegal” about the Republic of the Crimea rejoining the Russian Federation (the legal successor of the USSR and the Russian Empire). That is, the Crimea was part of the Russian Empire and the USSR, so, for it to rejoin its legal successor, the Russian Federation, is without legal defect, as it only restores a recognised legal status quo ante. The Russian Federation never gave up ANY claim to territory held by the Empire or by the Soviets. Anything signed by the Yeltsin gang is invalid, as the West imposed it on Russia at knifepoint, and Yeltsin couldn’t and didn’t stand against their illegal demands. The borders of the Ukraine on 21 February 2014 were only the borders of the Ukrainian SSR, a non-sovereign subject of the USSR. They had no real international reality, nor could they. It’s ironic… the Uniates hate the Soviet legacy and try to destroy it, yet, the borders that they claim for the Ukraine were those imposed by the Soviets in the 1920s (and in the case of the Crimea, 1954)! Look at the map at the head of this post… Only the territory marked “UNR” is actually “Ukrainian”… and even some of that isn’t “Ukrainian”. The eastern border of the ethnographic Ukraine is the Dnepr and none of it touches the sea. Novorossiya was never part of Kievan Rus nor was it ever under Polish occupation; ergo, it can’t be “Ukrainian”. The Uniates bite themselves in the ass! If they reject the Soviets, they reject the borders of the Ukrainian SSR, which means that the Ukraine reverts to its natural borders, which mostly coincide with those of the UNR. The real world can be odd, can’t it? In short, they have no real, legal, or moral claim to Novorossiya or the Crimea, QED.

The junta had best be careful… history isn’t on its side. The Uniate establishment are skilful liars… have a care about them, and let the informed sorts like me refute them. Many of them are nasty, pitiless, and unscrupulous. I wouldn’t want to see any of you hurt.

BMD

3 June 2014

Voice of Russia World Service

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_06_03/Ex-presidential-candidate-Oleg-Tsarev-faces-arrest-sanctioned-by-Ukrainian-parliament-7444/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_06_03/Self-defense-activists-report-Ukraine-army-artillery-attack-near-Kramatorsk-9233/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_06_03/OSCE-mission-in-Ukraine-confirms-Lugansk-administration-building-was-hit-by-rockets-7476/

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_06_03/Russia-has-all-arguments-against-Ukraine-at-European-Court-6582/

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Friday, 28 February 2014

Bill in RF Gosduma Aims to Simplify Annexing New Territories

00 Viktor Ivanov. Glory to the Russian People! A Nation of Epic Heroism... A Nation of Inventive Creativity! 1946

Glory to the Russian People! A Nation of Epic Heroism… A Nation of Inventive Creativity! 

Viktor Ivanov

1946

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On Friday, A Just Russia introduced a bill in the RF Gosduma to simplify the procedure for incorporating new territories into the Russian Federation. Some interpret this as a signal that Moscow plans to take control of the mainly ethnic Russian Crimea. The bill came as acting Ukrainian Minister of Internal Affairs Arseny Avakov alleged that Russian troops blockaded an airport in Sevastopol, calling it an armed invasion. The bill provides for a territory to join the Russian Federation via the means of a popular referendum. Its sponsors said, “There’ve been cases when part of a state joined another state without an international treaty being signed. Moreover, international law doesn’t require the conclusion of such a treaty with a foreign state”. Its authors said that the impetus for the bill is Russia’s obligations under a friendship agreement signed in 1997. Under the deal, Russia and the Ukraine agreed to take measures to prevent actions inciting violence against people based on national, ethnic, or religious intolerance. A Just Russia also introduced another bill easing the procedure for granting Russian citizenship to Ukrainian citizens. Vladimir Pligin, chairman of the Gosduma Constitution and State Affairs Committee, said that the Gosduma would consider the bills on 11 March.

In recent days, a series of pro-Russia rallies took place across the Crimea. At those gatherings, Crimean citizens said that they don’t recognise the Timoshenko junta, and they called for Russian intervention. Crimea was part of the RSFSR until 1954, when Khrushchyov transferred it to the Ukrainian SSR within the USSR. Russia has a large naval base there; recently, it extended its lease until 2042.

28 February 2014

RIA-Novosti

http://en.ria.ru/russia/20140228/187971656/Russia-Lawmakers-Push-to-Simplify-Annexing-New-Territories.html

Editor’s Note:

The Black Sea Fleet denied that any of its units blockaded the airport. This is belly talk of the highest (and best) order. The spokesman WAS telling the truth. Of course, Russian “volunteers” could be blocking the airport… who aren’t part of the Black Sea Fleet… so, the Russian statement wasn’t only truthful, it was faultless (you can hear Vova telling America, “Assume the position!” Delicious, ain’t it?).

There was nothing new of interest in Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich‘s press conference, but there are two important takeaways from it. Firstly, Russia isn’t handing over Yanukovich to anyone, least of all, the impudent Timoshenko junta in Kiev. Secondly, Russia blames the USA for the putsch in Kiev and puts the Americans on notice that they’re going to follow their national interest, and that the Americans don’t have the oomph or cred to intervene. In addition, Yanukovich’s presence in Russia is a not-so-subtle hint that the Timoshenko putschists don’t control their own country… popular scuttlebutt has it, “Vova will ride into Kiev on a white horse after Easter, to be greeted as a liberator by all decent people”.

Do note that Avakov makes his announcements via his Facebook page. You see, the governmental apparat in Kiev is in a shambles, as the junta kicked out many of the career bureaucrats. Like ‘em or love ‘em, modern society needs ‘em… and the junta plotters now have to try to improvise a working state apparat without adequate funds. This is where their disunity is mucking up the gears. The junta isn’t united… it has three or four major factions, and no decision can move forward without complex parleys. On top of that, their ill-conceived grandstand move to abolish the Berkut means that they lack a trained and disciplined anti-coup force. They’ll have to rely on Svoboda bravos for muscle… and being undisciplined louts, it’ll lead to REAL bloodshed.

In short, Vova’s taking the classic patient Russian approach. Withdraw, conserve one’s forces, build up for a counterpunch, and, at the proper time, strike with overwhelming force. It worked in 1812… it worked in 1941… it’ll work now. Vova will “eat bear gall” for the moment… he’ll make the West “eat crow” soon enough…

BMD

 

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