Voices from Russia

Saturday, 19 April 2014

Junta Tries to Impose Info Blackout on Kramatorsk… Junta Offers False Bootless “Amnesty”… Patriots Reject So-Called “Geneva Accords”

00 Free Slavyansk. 19.04.14

On the barricades of Free Slavyansk… still standing tall against the pro-American Uniate scum

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The SBU and the Radiobroadcast, Radio Communication and Television Broadcast Concern stopped broadcast of Russian television channels in Kramatorsk by cutting off the electricity to the facility there. Local people resumed such broadcasts after they seized the local radio and television station, blocking broadcast of the Ukrainian television. A junta spokesman claimed, “At that time, we cut off electricity at the transmitting station”.

Editor:

I’ll bet ya that Russkie broadcasting is up and running again in Kramatorsk… all that the clueless junta did was to break airing for a while whilst local wonks got things back online again. The only permanent effect was to deepen local hatred of “Ukrainians”.

BMD

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On Friday, junta “Prime Minister” Arseny Yatsenyuk told the Rada, “The cabinet prepared a draft law on amnesty. If the whole Rada expresses its will, we’d register the law, and let’s vote for it”. On Thursday, Sergei Sobolyov, the leader of the Fatherland Front {Yuliya’s patsies: editor}, said, “If they vacate the administrative buildings, a law on amnesty would come into force, and we’re ready to vote for it. We’ll consider the protesters’ wishes”. According to Yatsenyuk, “We state that we continue working to decentralise state power. By no means has this anything to do with four-party talks between the EU, the USA, the Ukraine and Russia, and negotiations with Russia. This is our decision and the demand of the Ukrainian people”. In this regard, Yatsenyuk claimed that, in particular, they’d amend the Tax Code and the Budget Code very soon, saying, “The government protects, and will further protect national minorities, including the Russian-speaking population, since all of them are Ukrainian citizens, regardless of the language they speak, to what church they go, and how they read certain pages of history”.

Editor:

There will be NO evacuation of admin buildings unless there’s international supervision and international peacekeepers (including Russians), to ensure that armed lawless Uniate terrorists don’t run amuck in the east as they do in Kiev. Yatsenyuk and Turchinov don’t belong in high office. The Ukraine is an Orthodox country, and its leaders should not only be Orthodox, but canonical Orthodox. It’s quite that simple. The Ukraine is part of Holy Rus, not the West, ergo Western stipulations and notions have no force there. In any case, the patriots will hand nothing over to the grasping oligarchs, to the treacherous Uniates, or to pro-Western corporate lickspittles. They’re still on the barricades… they’ll be there until they win or die. Pray for them.

BMD

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On Friday, junta “Finance Minister” Aleksandr Shlapak said, “We must repay 9 billion USD by the end of this year. These are earlier-accumulated debts. Talks on loans with the IMF, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), European Investment Bank, and other structures are practically completed. We’d use funds from abroad to repay the debt; we’d use these loans so as not to put pressure on currency reserves. We won’t ‘spend the money on food’, as it was in earlier years”. As of 1 April 2014, the gold and foreign currency reserves of Ukraine’s National Bank totalled 15.08 billion USD (537.1 billion Roubles. 16.63 billion CAD. 16.17 billion AUD. 10.92 billion Euros. 8.99 billion UK Pounds), 2.47 percent less than a month before.

Editor:

The junta is taking out loans to pay loans, thus, sinking the Ukraine deeper in debt. Instead of pulling the country out of the mire, it enmeshes it in it deeper. Deeper debt will lead to more “austerity”, and there’s not much to cut in that department before real privation sets in. In short, the junta’s not long for this world. “Bread, or the lack of it, is what makes history”.

BMD

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An ITAR-TASS correspondent reported from onsite that Donetsk People’s Republic Opolchenie took control of Seversk in Donetsk Oblast. They changed the flags on the administration and police buildings. Local security forces said that they’d coöperate with the opolchenie. About 20 Donetsk People’s Republic fighters arrived in a truck at Seversk. Scores of locals gathered on the square in front of the administration building. After brief talks, both opolchenie and police told the meeting that the Donetsk People’s Republic controlled the city. No one fired any shots. The cops said that they’d continue working as usual and maintain order, cooperating with the opolchenie. Seversk is a town of 12,000 people in the Artyomovsk Raion. Most of its residents work in the production sector. The main enterprise is the Seversk dolomite production plant.

Editor:

This happened after the so-called four-power accords. In other words, the people in the southeast believe that they’re nothing but pious horseshit, and they’re acting accordingly.

BMD

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On Friday, Denis Pushilin, a patriot leader, told a news conference in Donetsk that the Donetsk People’s Republic refused to recognize the so-called Geneva agreements. Pushilin observed that the junta wasn’t honouring the agreement, “They aren’t withdrawing troops from Donetsk Oblast, and so, we can’t speak about any concession in such conditions. Before speaking about compromise solutions, Kiev must vacate seized buildings, disarm illegal groups such as the National Guard and the Right Sector, and release political prisoners. We’ll be ready for a dialogue only when Kiev does it”.

Editor:

The junta must release Fr Dmitri Sidor… the junta must pay the KPU in full for all vandalised premises… the junta must pay Rostislav Vasilko full compensation for his torture and bring his tormentors to justice. The junta must remove all Svoboda and Right Sector members from the armed forces and security forces, the government apparat, and the Rada. The junta must disarm all the fascist groups and clear the Maidan of the fascist filth encamped there. Then, it’s for real. The accords provide for a sitzkrieg… nothing more.

BMD

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On Friday, Presidential Press Secretary Dmitri Peskov told Pervy Kanal TV, “[Yanukovich] is free to stay here, and he has to stay here, as his life is under threat in the Ukraine now, so, he’s under the Russian state’s protection. Yanukovich had to leave his country because of threats of physical violence from those elements who came to power in an armed coup“.

18 April 2014

ITAR-TASS

http://en.itar-tass.com/world/728628

http://en.itar-tass.com/world/728634

http://en.itar-tass.com/world/728658

http://en.itar-tass.com/world/728670

http://en.itar-tass.com/world/728680

http://en.itar-tass.com/russia/728728

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