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Friday, 31 July 2015

31 July 2015. Run for the Hills! Here are Those “Dangers” in the Crimea that the US State Department Warned You About

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Fountain in Sevastopol


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Beach at Yalta


You can believe the BS regurgitated by the US State Department or you can believe your own eyes. It’s up to you. You can believe Marie Harf, Jen Psaki, and Vickie Nuland, the Three Witch-Bitches of Foggy Bottom or you can believe the images. Oh… it was a balmy 32 degrees (91 degrees Fahrenheit) today in the Crimea with no rain…



Sunday, 19 July 2015

19 July 2015. Your Tax Dollars at Work… Here’s the Dangers in the Crimea that the US State Department Wants to Guard You From

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OOH! He might have a gun hidden in his Speedos! Take cover…


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Russian terrorists in the Crimea… sent there by Putin, no doubt… Radio Liberty sez so, and they don’t lie!


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Russian spetsnaz at secret training facility in the Crimea


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“We advise all American citizens to avoid travel to dangerous locations”


You can believe the US Government or you can believe your own eyes. It’s up to you…


Saturday, 18 July 2015

US State Department Urged US Citizens to Leave the Crimea and the Donbass

00 Vitaly Podvitsky. From the Crimea, With Love! 2014


TASS reported that the US State Department encouraged American citizens to leave the Crimea and the “eastern regions of Donetsk and Lugansk” and “postpone any trips” there. The State Department also alleged, despite the agreements reached earlier between the Ukraine, Russia, and the OSCE, clashes in the “southeastern Ukraine” (sic) continue, “resulting in thousands dead and wounded”. The State Department claimed that it based its stance on cases where people, including US citizens, had long delays for inspections “at separatist (sic) checkpoints”. The US agency added, “The Ukrainian government announced that foreigners, including US citizens, entering the Ukraine from Russia through the territory occupied by the separatists (sic) won’t be allowed through security checkpoints. The situation in the Ukraine is volatile and can change quickly. We recommend that US citizens avoid large gatherings of people, and be vigilant in public places in Odessa and Kharkov Oblasts”.

16 July 2015



Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Political Logorrhoea: Psaki Spouts New Cacodoxy… Her Statements Reach New Levels of Confusion

00 Jen Psaki. caricatura.ru. 27.08.14



Recently, Jen Psaki spouted new political logorrhoea on Crimea. Psaki, the US Department of State spokesman, said that Russian troops stationed in the Crimea at Russian military bases, legally, with the permission of the Ukrainian government, occupied the peninsula prior to the referendum. Prior to the Crimean referendum, Russia, in all strict legality, with the permission of the Kiev government, stationed its troops at Russian military bases in the Crimea. That meant, regardless of the referendum, Russian troops at Russian military bases couldn’t possibly occupy “Ukrainian” territory, as they were at their own bases. Matthew Lee, an AP reporter, asked Psaki to clarify how Russian troops could “occupy” the Crimea by simply sitting at their bases without forcibly seizing or taking over anything. Psaki attempted to parry the question with her statement that the Russians were training and sending military equipment to Crimean residents, only to realise that the Crimea wasn’t in Novorossiya. Lee tried to correct Psaki, “Oh, you’re talking about in the eastern Ukraine (sic) now, not the Crimea”. After that, Psaki was totally lost and replied incoherently, “Yeah. No, I, but, I’m not also talking about back then”, adding that she had no further comments on the Crimea.

17 March 2015

Sputnik International


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