Why the Ukraine Crisis Is the West’s Fault: The Liberal Delusions That Provoked Putin

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00 galician UPA Democracy 01. 29.04.14

Here’s the main problem… the author NEVER mentions it…



A BIG Thank You to the Cabineteer who passed this on to me. It’s LONG, but I want you to read this.

This is DEEPLY flawed piece… it shows that the Anglos don’t understand the Ukrainian crisis at all and that they don’t understand its roots in history. Without a doubt, it shows that the West REFUSES to see what this war is truly all about… “Shall the Ukraine remain a part of the Russian World (for it is such now) or shall the West use the Galician Uniate fascist minority to rip it away from its ancient historical, cultural, and religious roots?” This is why the war is so bitter. The West congratulates itself too much… its interventions aren’t what causes this war to be MORE bitter than the Yugoslav Civil War was. The battle is between Holy…

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Ukraine Secret Service kidnaps LPR Civilians


Original: novorosinform.org
Translated by @TamrikoT / Edited by @GBabeuf


Ukrainian intelligence agency kidnapped the parents of an LPR People’s Militia commander

The intelligence agencies of Ukraine continue using cynical, cruel, and inhumane methods against the civilian population of the Donbass. One more case in this vein was the kidnapping of the parents of the commander of a detachment of the People’s Militia, Lieutenant-Colonel Igor Sidorenko. This, according to the correspondent of IA Novorossiya, was reported today by the chief of department of the People’s Militia of the LPR, Colonel Oleg Anashchenko, at a briefing in Lugansk.

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Warrior Arsen Pavlov


Original: Igor Strelkov
Translated by Gleb Bazov / Edited by Tiago de Carvalho


I met Arsen Pavlov (Motorola) for the first time in Simferopol, at the beginning of April 2014 (although the exact date I no longer remember), in one of the offices at the headquarters of the 1st Regiment of the Crimean People’s Militia. I am certain that this meeting took place after the Donetsk Regional Administration building was occupied by the insurgent local activists on April 6th, 2014. This was after the decision had been made to provide urgent assistance to the Russian people of the Donbass, and the feverish preparations to send a unit had started. At that time, our Simferopol “special purpose detached battalion”—headquartered at the Crimean Conscription Centre—had surrendered its weapons and disbanded, and the majority of the fighters had gone home. The remaining group (the 1st Platoon, led by Romashka)—numbering no more than fifteen…

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The Knight of the Cheerful Countenance


Original: Komsomolskaya Pravda
Translated by Gleb Bazov

Motorola went to fight in the Donbass after hearing a Kievite say:
“For one of ours, we’ll kill ten Russians.”

By Aleksandr Kots

This callsign—Motorola—Arsen Pavlov chose himself long before the events in the Donbass. In Russia, he served three years as a combat signaller in the 77th Brigade of the Naval Infantry. That is where his nickname was born, and it remained with him when he continued his military career after the mandatory draft service and through two tours of duty in Chechnya. It is in Chechnya that he received his first combat experience, becoming addicted to war. There are those who, caught in the meat grinder of bloody battles, emerge from the experience with ground-up souls and a persistent aversion to guns. And then there are fanatics, who not only like to fight and are skilled at it, but also manage…

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Motorola Killed in Donetsk


Original: Komsomolskaya Pravda / Article by Aleksandr Kots
Translated by Gleb Bazov / Edited by @GBabeuf

mot0 Militiaman Motorola at the military parade in honour of the 70th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War.

A legendary commander of the Novorossiya Militia, Arsen Pavlov, has been murdered in a terrorist act.

It was impossible to believe. The Ukrainian mass media had so frequently dug the proverbial grave for one of the most experienced and decorated commanders of the Donetsk Militia, that I took yet another report of his death to be one more instance of journalistic fraud.

Something exploded near my home, closer to Motorola’s,” a journalist whom I know (who lives next door to Arsen Pavlov) wrote to me. “They’ve brought an APC, ambulances, police cars…”

I dialled Motorola’s phone numbers, but he did not answer any of them. A source in the Donetsk People’s Republic’s Ministry…

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Hurrah for the Blackshirts!


by Bryan Hemming


It Can’t Happen Here

On the morning of April 9th 1940 mum’s cousin, Bjørg, got out of bed to celebrate her eleventh birthday. That wasn’t the only event to make the day so memorable. Later that morning the Germans invaded.

There are times it becomes difficult to separate fiction from reality. In Sinclair Lewis’s semi-satirical novel It Can’t Happen Here, published in 1935, Senator Berzelius ‘Buzz’ Windrip campaigns for the U.S. presidency on a populist ticket, promising to restore the country to its former prosperity and greatness. But behind all the glitz he harbours a more sinister agenda. He plans to seize complete control of the government and impose a dictatorship supported by a paramilitary force trained to crush dissent with extreme violence.

My Norwegian mother told me that German officers ordered the immediate evacuation of Oslo on the day of the invasion, saying Luftwaffe planes…

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A Presidential Contest of Deplorables: The Current Status of the U.S. Election


Eric Zuesse


This news-report will be short but important:

One major-Party U.S. Presidential candidate is so gross that his answer when the radio host Howard Stern said the individual’s daughter is “a piece of a**” was that she has “always been very voluptuous”; his competitor is so warmongering that she says “I am advocating the no-fly zone”, which means that she wants the U.S. to warn Syria and Russia that if they don’t stop flying their warplanes over Syria, the U.S. will shoot down those warplanes. (That’s what a “no-fly zone” means.)

Which of these two candidates presents the bigger likelihood of starting World War III as the U.S. President — of starting a war against Russia?

Which of these two candidates has drawn more media-criticism and lost the more voter-support, as a consequence of these two revelations — the grossness of the one, and the warmongeringness

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Fake News and False Flags: Pentagon Paid Millions to Create Fake Terrorist Videos


How the Pentagon paid a British PR firm $500 million for top secret Iraq propaganda by Crofton Black and Abigail Fielding-Smith at the Bureau of Investigative Journalism

The draping of the Stars and Stripes over Saddam's face did not do the US's reputation any favours and came to be seen as an own goal. PR firms were contracted to come up with more sophisticated messaging. Photo by Gilles Bassignac/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images The draping of the Stars and Stripes over Saddam’s face did not do the US’s reputation any favours and came to be seen as an own goal. PR firms were contracted to come up with more sophisticated messaging.
Photo by Gilles Bassignac/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images

A controversial foreign PR firm known for representing unsavory characters was paid millions by the Pentagon to create fake terrorist videos.

The Pentagon gave a controversial UK PR firm over half a billion dollars to run a top secret propaganda program in Iraq, the Bureau of Investigative Journalism can reveal.

Bell Pottinger’s output included short TV segments made in the style of Arabic news networks and fake insurgent videos which could be used to track the people who…

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Putin’s ultimatum to US



Rostislav Ishchenko writes for Ria Novosti (via Russia Insider):

After the President of the Russian Federation decreed that Russia was suspending implementation of the agreement with the US on disposal of weapons-grade plutonium, and after submission of a draft law to parliament, the media started to argue about whether this was related to the breakdown of cooperation on Syria. […]

Although Putin has withdrawn Russia from the reprocessing agreement, he announced that it could be restarted, under certain conditions, including canceling all sanctions against Russia, compensating Moscow for losses resulting not only from those sanctions but from Russian’s counter-sanctions, canceling the Magnitsky Act, reducing the American military presence in NATO countries near Russia’s border, and ending the policy of confrontation with Moscow.

Putin’s demands can only be defined as an ultimatum.

This happened once before, in 1861, when Great Britain delivered an ultimatum to Washington in relation to…

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