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Wednesday, 12 August 2015

Zakharchenko sez We Won’t Build a Strong DNR Without the Active Work of Our Youth

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Today, in a special message marking International Youth Day (International Youth Day is on 12 August; the UN General Assembly established it in 1999), DNR Chairman of the Government A V Zakharchenko pointed up that young People in the DNR are directly involved in the struggle for the Republic’s future, both in the military on the fighting line and in building peace, as well. He said, “You’re our future. In many ways, everything that we do, we do for you; however, I’m convinced that without your selfless participation in constructing a strong and independent state, it simply won’t happen. On the one hand, young people create social projects, they contribute to the development of our economy and industry, and they help in patriotic education; on the other hand, side-by-side with experienced fighters, they fight the invaders with arms in hand. Today, in our country, it’s really a time for young people. There are youth organisations all over the DNR, the number of activists increases by the day. Already, in the various youth associations enrol thousands. The largest DNR youth organization DNR, Молодая Республика (Molodaya Respublika: Young Republic), has about 10,000 members. My message isn’t just for people aged 16 to 35; it’s actually rather conventional. I want to greet everybody, I wish that all of us would always stay young, keep our youthful enthusiasm, vigour, and confidence in our strength, regardless of the birthday in our passport. Then we’d be able to shoulder any task”.

12 August 2015

DAN Donetsk News Agency



Friday, 12 December 2014

12 December 2014. Sputnik Infographics. Results of UN Vote of Anti-Nazi Resolution Proposed by the Russian Federation

00 Sputnik Infographics. Results of UN Vote of Anti-Nazi Resolution Proposed by the Russian Federation. 2014


Third Committee of the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution fighting the glorification of Nazism, racial discrimination, and xenophobia… 115 out of 193 member states voted for it. Only three members… the USA, the Ukraine, and Canada… opposed the resolution. Another 55 countries, including EU members, abstained.

Writer Bellante: The USA contributed to the emergence of neo-Nazism in the Ukraine

The UN General Assembly resolution expressed “deep concern about the glorification of any form of the Nazi movement, neo-Nazis, and former members of the Waffen-SS, including the construction of monuments and memorials and holding public demonstrations”. It also condemned classifying accomplices of fascism as heroes of national liberation movements and denial of the Holocaust. In addition, the resolution “notes with concern the increase in the number of racist incidents around the world, including the activities of so-called ‘skinhead’ groups, which are responsible for many of these incidents, as well as a surge of violence motivated by racism and xenophobia”.

Experts recognise the growth of radicalism in the Ukraine

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs hopes that the adoption of the resolution would “send a long-overdue clear signal to certain countries, to urge the strongest possible measures to counter increasingly-frequent attempts to glorify Nazism”.

25 November 2014

Sputnik International




Note who opposed the resolution… the Ukraine, whose Uniate junta glorifies the SS and Nazi collaborators… the USA and Canada, where there’s a large Galician diaspora (better organised than the Russian diaspora, by the way). NO ONE ELSE OPPOSED IT! NO ONE! The Uniates and “Ukrainian Orthodox” protect former Nazis and hold them up as exemplars. That makes these organisations evil… and that’s that. Satan laughs… clueless Uniates don’t realise that their bishops uphold neofascism… will they wake up? I think not… human beings being what they are. Oppose them with all your might… but don’t hate them… otherwise, evil triumphs. Christ has nothing in common with Nazi lovers and their Republican warmonger enablers. ‘Nuff said…


Sunday, 28 September 2014

OSCE Reports Existence of Mass Graves of the Repressed in Novorossiya

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A V Kelin, Russian permanent representative at the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), stated that members of an OSCE observation mission visited the mass graves of civilians near Donetsk in area previously occupied by junta troops. These observers recorded what they saw and will present this information in a report today. However, UN spokesman Rupert Colville hastened to defend the aggressors, stating, “It’s too early for us to discuss what really happened and to find out who’s responsible for it”. Today, B A Litvinov, the Chairman of the DNR Supreme Soviet, said that the mass grave of civilians found earlier in Nizhnyaya Krynka near Donetsk isn’t unique. He said that searchers had found another mass grave in Telmanovsk Raion with more than 30 civilian victims. The VSN found several mass graves near Donetsk where the junta aggressors buried their innocent victims. As of today, four bodies from one grave, and five from another are already exhumed.


An OSCE report of 23 September stated that DNR officials found three mass graves near Donetsk. It said, “DNR military and police reported that they discovered three unmarked graves, in which there are many bodies. Two graves are near the Kommunar coalmine near Nizhnyaya Krynka (35 kilometres northeast of Donetsk) and one is in the village itself”.

24 September 2014


The OSCE forwarded information to the EU on its discovery of mass graves near Donetsk, calling for an investigation of “all human rights violations” in Novorossiya. RT quoted an official as saying, “We’re aware of the discovery of mass graves in the Donets Basin, in particular, due to reports from the OSCE observation mission. We reiterate our call for the restoration of law and order in the region, which would lead to the prevention of further human rights violations, as well as an investigation of all the human rights violations that have taken place so far. Progress in implementing the peace plan signed in Minsk on 5 September would be an important step towards the restoration of order in the region”.

26 September 2014


Foreign Minister S V Lavrov announced at a press conference during the UN General Assembly meeting in New York that Moscow would seek a public inquiry into the mass graves found near Donetsk, as the relatives of the victims need to know the truth. He said, “Yes, of course, we discussed this with the UN Secretary General and the OSCE chairman. The staff of the OSCE Special Mission visited the graves, and they have a mandate from the leadership of the OSCE to open an investigation and to issue a report. Initial findings confirmed that the victims were civilians shot at point-blank range. We’re concerned about it. Let’s not blame anyone yet, let’s seek a public inquiry, for such things aren’t just tragedies, the perpetrators did this deliberately. It’s a fact that we called for investigations of the snipers in Odessa and Mariupol and of the Boeing crash, we called for a check into these. For us, this affair is very serious; it isn’t just an empty blame-game, ‘Look, see how bad the security forces acted’. We should investigate it and let justice prevail. Without this consolation, the relatives of the victims, who must know the truth, won’t have closure”.

27 September 2014






Tuesday, 24 September 2013

24 September 2013. You Can’t Make Up Shit Like This… Obama Pushes Back on Putin, Insists “America is Exceptional”

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Editor’s Foreword:

This is disgusting bunkum that one would expect from a drooling Yahoo scratching his ass with a cake of Lifebuoy. It’s disgusting and beyond the pale. America’s nothing special… it’s not overly good… it’s not overly bad… its just sinful ginful human like the rest of us are.



On Tuesday, US President Barack Obama pushed back against President Vladimir Putin, insisting that “America is exceptional” because it’s prepared to fight not just for its own national interests, but for the rights of people in other parts of the world. In an address to the UN General Assembly, Obama acknowledged that American “engagement” in the Middle East met hostility from some, but argued that American disengagement from the region would create power vacuums no one else could fill and would present a bigger threat to world security. He said, “Some may disagree, but I believe America is exceptional… in part, because we have shown a willingness, through the sacrifice of blood and treasure, to stand up not only for our own narrow self-interest, but for the interests of all”. Many saw his remarks as a direct response to an op-ed piece by Putin published earlier this month in the New York Times, in which the Russian leader, referencing earlier comments by Obama, said, “It’s extremely dangerous to encourage people to see themselves as exceptional, whatever the motivation”. Putin’s comments… that one in particular… triggered an emotional backlash from American politicians and also sparked a continuing public debate about the American approach to foreign policy in general and preconceptions that underpin that approach. The USA and Russia are working on a plan to ensure the destruction of chemical weapons in Syria. Washington is pushing for a UN resolution containing a threat of military force if the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad doesn’t comply with the plan, an approach that Moscow rejects.

24 September 2013



Editor’s Afterword:

This is rubbish from top to bottom. It sounds as though it came from Rush Limbaugh, Fox News, the National Review, or the Weekly Standard. Let’s recapitulate… America interfered in Federal Yugoslavia, destabilised, and, in essence, overthrew the Socialist state there. In Iraq, the USA waged a classic war of aggression. In Afghanistan, the USA installed a client state that enforces Islamism with the noose. In Kosovo, the USA interfered in a low-level insurgency in Serbia to install an Islamist puppet. In Libya, the USA waged a war of aggression to topple a leader it disliked and to destroy the socialist state there. In South Ossetia, the Bushies fomented a war… but it blew up in their faces. Don’t forget, the USA stood behind a baby-faced dictator who didn’t cavil at firing Grads at sleeping civilians (but he did go to an American college and kissed America’s naked bum for all to see). Gee… none of the American interventions of the last twenty years “[showed] a willingness, through the sacrifice of blood and treasure, to stand up not only for our own narrow self-interest, but for the interests of all”. In all of these cases, the USA spent billions to advance the interests of the American Affluent Effluent and to hell with everyone else.

Barack Obama’s kissing the naked arses of the righties… or, is this, the REAL Barack Obama? Still, in an imperfect world he was better than both John McCain and Willy Romney… both of those troglodyte creepo supremos would’ve had us at war already. Why is Barack Obama going out of his way to humiliate Vladimir Putin, who’s done his best to pull Obama of his self-imposed mess? That’s unfathomable… time will tell us.

We need a REAL LEFT party in the USA. It’d win, especially, if it abandoned idiocies like Political Correctness… this situation makes me want to hurl.


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