Voices from Russia

Wednesday, 27 August 2014

27 August 2014. WHERE IS YULIYA?

00 the fate of ukie tyrants. 27.08.14

Thus always to tyrants!


I sent this to a friend on 25 August:

I’ve noticed that Yuliya is nowhere to be seen. NOWHERE. She’s not even circulating in Western circles. This, for me, is the clearest sign that the “Ukraine” is in trouble. She’s been the “face” of the zapadniki in the Ukraine up till now… after her release from gaol, she just disappeared. The individual who’s taken the most flak over the situation is V V Putin, many blame him for not intervening. He’s NOT popular in some circles in Novorossiya. However, his game is more subtle than that. He sees that the West WANTED him to intervene… to have an excuse to intervene themselves. By not intervening, he forestalled a Western intervention. Note well that France ISN’T embargoing the Mistrals. That is, VVP is willing to be hated to execute policy… which speaks well of him. In any case, I think that Russia IS aiding Novorossiya… why is Strelkov in Moscow, for instance? Remember, Russia called reservists to the colours, something not normally done. Something IS up… remember, G K Zhukov didn’t strike until he was ready, even though the fascists were at the gates of Moscow and were almost at the Volga (in 1941 and 1942). V V Putin is of like manner… however, it does mean that he’ll be hated in some quarters in the near term. Things ARE up… but what? I admit that I don’t know…

Couple this with VVP’s statement Tuesday that any settlement would have to include the DNR/LNR leadership, one can see that Putin’s NOT ready to sell Novorossiya out to the West. What IS up is anyone’s guess… not only do I don’t know, neither do the Western intel agencies. Stay tuned, it bids fair to be “interesting”…


Monday, 4 August 2014

Poroshenko Raps Rada for Not Approving Extremist Agenda

00 Svoboda nazis. 22.03.14

THIS is what the Ukrainian junta stands for… and they have the gall to call others “terrorists”…



Note well that the USA in general and the Republican Party in particular approve of this dictatorial action of strongman Poroshenko. I’d say that it’s much too early to crow about anything… the junta forces are losing in Novorossiya, and there’s much civil disobedience in nominally junta-controlled areas. Remember, they called THREE mobilisations, and very few showed up. I believe that the junta is grasping at straws. I think that the junta bigs are preparing boltholes in the West, especially, in the USA and Canada. Look for Darlin’ Yuliya the Landshark at Saratoga next year… it’s the “August place to be”… and she’ll wanna hobnob with the Whitneys and the Mellons.

The Ukraine? God alone knows… and He’s not telling me (let alone clueless pundits like Rush Limbaugh, Rod Dreher, and Ann Coulter)…



Junta strongman P A Poroshenko blasted the Rada, saying, “I don’t know how to work with the Rada, when half of it won’t vote to recognise the Lugansk People’s Republic (LNR) and Donetsk People’s Republic (DNR) as terrorist organizations. I don’t know how to work with a parliament where the majority represents a ‘fifth column’ controlled from abroad, whole factions. The danger of this is only rising”. Poroshenko’s reference to a “fifth column” is a strong term. It originated in the Spanish Civil War, where Franco’s fascists literally sent a “fifth column“ of spies and provocateurs to try to capture Madrid from inside the city. Nowadays, the term has a wider usage; it refers to any group of people who undermine a larger group… such as a nation or a besieged city… from within.

On 22 July, the Rada voted to recognise the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 crash near Donetsk as a terrorist act, calling on the world to identify the DNR, which controls the area, and the LNR, as terrorist organisations. However, such a definition apparently failed to materialise in the Ukraine. On top of the humanitarian crisis in the east, the Ukraine suddenly plunged into political turmoil. The country faces snap elections after the ruling coalition collapsed on 24 July.

Poroshenko told the media he’d hold early elections, “despite the law” and “whatever the circumstances”. One of his main targets is the KPU, illegally outlawed when the coalition collapsed. The KPU was a vocal critic of many of the junta’s current policies, including the repressions in Novorossiya, the failure to investigate mass killings in Odessa and Kiev, and austerity measures demanded by the West as preconditions of IMF loans. On Friday night, Poroshenko boasted, “I’m proud that during my presidency the Communist faction ceased to exist”. He added that after the elections, he’d erase the party from “the Ukrainian political map”.

Experts see the shrinking political field in Kiev as an attempt to purge the leadership and shape a compliant parliament. John Laughland from the Institute of Democracy and Cooperation in Paris told us, “When they overthrew President V F Yanukovich on 21 February, the parliament voted back new powers in terms of going back to the 2004 constitution. Now, the new president, Poroshenko, discovers that this new constitution doesn’t suit him, so, he needs to purge the parliament, he needs to stigmatise people who don’t agree with his policies as fifth columnists”.

2 August 2014



Monday, 26 May 2014

Timoshenko Promises to Unleash Rivers of Blood



As the presidential election approached, Yuliya Timoshenko’s rhetoric grew ever more louder and her campaign promises became phonier. Lady Yuliya’s main pre-election tactic became blackmail… she promised that if she didn’t win the election, she’d unleash new rivers of blood. Every time that the former Prime Minister appears on the TV screen, there’s another call for war with Russia. To political scientists, her plan is perfectly clear… if one really doesn’t have anything to offer the voters, one should scare them. At a recent press conference, Timoshenko promised that if she lost the election, then, she’d unleash “the third round of the revolution”. Timoshenko understands the consequences of her statements, and so does the main contender for the presidency, Pyotr Poroshenko. In his campaign statements, one clearly heard that peace would come as soon as we know the results of the voting. From that moment, real power levers would return the situation to legal norms. Meanwhile, Poroshenko reserved the right to act outside the law, to show his opponents that the security/legal apparat is on his side.

Moreover, he takes his rival’s claims of a “third round of the revolution” seriously. Nobody in the Ukraine doubts that Timoshenko is fully capable of pulling off a “third Maidan”. This requires money, but Timoshenko isn’t complaining about her financial well-being. Stabilisation in the Ukraine is unprofitable for some, so, Timoshenko’s Western partners and foreign “investors” are willing to invest millions of dollars in Lady Yuliya’s dreams of a “third revolution”. Another part to this heightens the seriousness of the recently aired threats. Within the few months of junta rule in the Ukraine, a separate class of people arose that supports itself through revolutionary appropriations. As a rule, these are young people from 18 to 35, ready to carry out any leader’s whims if they pay them enough. Specifically, they’d be the engine that won’t allow the elected authorities to restore order in the country.

25 May 2014




I think that the USA placed events in motion that quickly ran out of control after they connived in the removal of V F Yanukovich. It’s useless to speculate WHY they did it… for they did do it. It’s become a golem outside of anyone’s direction… we’re all passengers in an out-of-control rollercoaster car. Thank you, Nuland and Zbig… this is what you gave the world. Note well that both named assholes will sleep well and not give a good god-damn… they have theirs, and that’s all that matters to them. The cries of the suffering and the blood in the streets bothers them not one little bit.


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Sunday, 2 March 2014

VOR Presents… The Mansions of the Euromaidan Plutocrat Junta

00 Ukrainian junta mansions 01. 02.03.14

The family of Yuliya Timoshenko owns an entire collection of mansions, used by her daughter Yevgeniya (lower left), her mother and sister (upper right), and her cousin Tatyana (lower right). Yuliya Timoshenko lives in the Koncha Zaspa luxury housing development, near Silver Bay, on the banks of the Dnepr (upper left).


00 Ukrainian junta mansions 02. 02.03.14

The mansion of Yuliya Timoshenko’s cousin Tatyana.


00 Ukrainian junta mansions 03. 02.03.14

A photo of Yuliya Timoshenko’s Koncha Zaspa mansion.


00 Ukrainian junta mansions 04. 02.03.14

The new junta’s “Prime Minister” Arseny Yatsenyuk, lives in a two-storied “cottage” in the Novo Petrovtsy district, a mere 100 metres away from Yanukovich’s house. Yatenyuk’s estate also includes a separate house for his bodyguards, a swimming pool, a children’s playground, a decorated bridge, and a guesthouse.


00 Ukrainian junta mansions 05. 02.03.14

The mansions of Arseny Yatsenyuk (left) and Viktor Yanukovich (right).


00 Ukrainian junta mansions 06. 02.03.14

UDAR Party chieftain Vitaly Klichko, lives in an old three-floor building on Bogdan Khmelnitsky Street. The flat has a floor area of 225 square metres (2,420 square feet). It has six living rooms, as well as four bathrooms. A library with a transparent floor area of tempered glass was built over one of the living rooms.


00 Ukrainian junta mansions 07. 02.03.14

However, his luxury Kiev flat isn’t the only property that Klichko owns. He owns five more flats in Kiev and a mansion in Hamburg (the above photo).


00 Ukrainian junta mansions 08. 02.03.14

The mansion of Ukrainian oligarch Pyotr Poroshenko is near that of Yuliya Timoshenko. The grounds also include a bathhouse, alcoves, and a guesthouse. The huge palace is a neoclassical mansion, suggestive of the American White House.


1 March 2014

Voice of Russia World Service


Editor’s Note:

These jabronies aren’t tribunes of the people or shining knights against corruption. Indeed, they’re the very opposite! The USA supports these creepo supremos because they’re the Ukrainian equivalents of Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter… soulless ignorant overpaid mercenaries for the Corporatist World Order. They’re not AS corrupt as Viktor Yanukovich is… they’re FAR MORE corrupt than he is! That’s why the Ukrainian people voted against them when they could, in an open election (which the Timoshenko cabal lost). What kinda weed is Obama smokin’? I want some! It’s ass-kicking shit… look at the wild hallucinations he’s getting…

Ain’t disinterested service grand…



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