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source: http://actualcomment.ru/i-ad-sledoval-za-nimi.html (Translated by Eugene)I donât know who exactly (Turchinov? Poroshenko?) commanded the Ukrainian army to disrupt the truce. But I am sure that this decision was taken in Washington.It is not an accident that this suicidal provocation was preceded by the visit of G. Soros to Kiev. This elderly âphilanthropistâ who, together with the US Department of State, sponsored all post-soviet fascist regimes (from Saakashviliâs Georgia to Poroshenkoâs Ukraine), was most qualified to assess the financial state of the regime in Kiev and to decide whether it still makes sense to continue prolongation of the agony by monetary injections. His public statement, reprinted by media on January 14, left no doubt - the patient is dead, the corpse is stiff, its resuscitation is meaningless. Surely, Kiev has understood that if they scrape the bottom of the barrel and if Europe exerts itself then it is possible to collect money for further agony. But Soros clearly said about the necessity to find $50 billion just for 2015. While in 2014 (when the ignoramuses still hoped for the stabilization of the Kiev regime) US, EU and IMF together could scrape up only $20 billion, supposed to be stretched over 3 years. In fact, in 2014 Kiev got only $7.5 â" 8 billion in credits. Clearly, in such conditions it is unrealistic to find $50 billion in a year. Soros himself told that he hopes only for a miracle. Right after Sorosâ unambiguous demand for the EU to finance Ukraine, the European media coverage of the Ukrainian crisis changed drastically, and it became clear that there will be no miracle. The European mass media (including German TV) and NGOâs (including Human Rights Watch) suddenly "saw the light" and found that the Kiev regime is at war with civilians, violating the laws and customs of war. Just a little bit longer and Europe will ârealizeâ that Kiev is taken by a fascist junta that tramples its own constitution, and introduce sanctions against Russia for Kremlinâs economic cooperation (supply of coal and gas) with the Nazi regime. Europe is not going to give money. USA are not going to help either (if they wanted to do that, the IMF would not procrastinate for six months but allocated tranche after tranche, instead). Under these conditions, supporting Ukraineâs mythical stability, as Washington was doing since the end of last summer, is absolutely meaningless. Back in August-September of 2014, Ukrainian politicians were divided into two groups: the majority â" those who were ready to overthrow Poroshenko, expecting to receive some dividends from the next coup, and the minority taking a neutral position. Poroshenko himself had neither his own support group nor power prop. He is still the president only thanks to the US, which banned the coup at the time.Washington knew perfectly well that Poroshenko is trying to negotiate with Moscow on the peaceful settlement (because only peace could give Poroshenko a chance to protect not just his presidential chair, but his life itself). United States needed a war and, seemingly, they did not want to keep the frightened and confused Petro Alexeyevich at the helm. But Americans were misled by Russian diplomacy. Peace was (and remains) beneficial for Russia, because it forces the United States and its European allies to keep the failed Ukrainian project alive and, therefore, to spend their scarce resources. The Ukrainian coup, intended to make from Kiev not only an eternal source of enmity between Russia and the EU, but also a black hole devouring Moscowâs resources, has not fulfilled any of its tasks a year after the coup, Ukraine continues to devour the US resources.But since Ukraine is just one of many sites of global confrontation between Moscow and Washington, the further concentration of efforts on this site becomes unprofitable for the US. They cannot quit, because then the site will be taken by Russia, which would be a geopolitical defeat of Washington. Therefore, the site must be destroyed. Let the winner occupy the ruins; if they could not entangle him by the whole Ukraine, let he be entangled by the rotting and decaying corpse of Ukraine. So, since for Russia it is better if Ukraine is destroyed by the US as late as possible, the Russian diplomacy pretended for almost a year, portraying weakness, confusion, and readiness to surrender. In anticipation of the fall of Russia, which would solve all their problems, the United States decided not to finish Ukraine. Why? If, after the victory over Russia, the problem of supporting the Kiev regime at the expense of Moscow would be solved by itself. But everything good comes to an end sooner or later. By the beginning of December it became clear that Washington can push Russia as much as it likes, but it cannot make Russia fall, without falling itself even sooner. Taking into account the need to reduce the geopolitical frontline, to concentrate resources on the remaining priority areas, to leave the lost grounds, the question resurfaced again â" what to do with Ukraine? As soon as it became clear that Soros is not going to find the necessary finances for Kiev, the fate of the country, politicians, the public and even the âcreative classâ accustomed to be immune to problems, was sealed. And the war reignited with renewed ferocity.US knew perfectly well how unfit for action the Ukrainian army was and how the armed forces of DPR/LPR have strengthened during the peaceful respite. You donât have to sit at the Chiefs of Staff Committee to estimate from open sources that with such intensive fights, which began on January 18th and continuing across the frontline, the Ukrainian army will run out of strength to conduct active operations in three to four weeks, and in one to three more weeks it will begin to fall apart. By the way, the Ukrainian artillery will be the first to disappear from the battlefield. Judging by the intensity and dynamics of the artillery fire of the parties, the Ukrainian army was behind DPR/LPR even on the volume of stored ammunition. While the republics clearly had a constant resupply, the Ukrainian army could not replenish consumable ammunition just as rapidly. After the Ukrainian artillery lost the opportunity of equal fight with the artillery of DPR/LPR, grinding of Ukrainian reserves was a matter of short time, and after the exhaustion of reserves the collapse of the front would became inevitable. Making up for the losses by means of mobilization was impossible, even if they could mobilize everyone. In the best case, the recruits would have been at the collection points, when the front already collapsed.Americans knew all that, but still pushed the Ukrainian army into a senseless attack, which could not even start in earnest. That is the army was doomed to destruction and the front was destined to collapse. Why did the United States need that? Because, as we mentioned above, the US does not need the unattainable victory in Ukraine, they need the destruction of Ukraine, but by someone else's hands and with the greatest possible benefit for themselves. Three to four weeks of intense fighting would not only bleed the Ukrainian army, but would also inflict substantial losses on the armed forces of DPR/LPR. From the first days, the militia admits its own losses of dozens if not hundreds killed and wounded, while noting that the losses of the Ukrainian army are much higher. Let us not forget that the armed forces of DPR/LPR currently do not exceed 30-40 thousand soldiers, even by the most optimistic estimates. Taking into account that 10-15 thousand are logistical and security units, there cannot be more than 20-25 thousand of combat troops. This means that even the loss of 3-5 thousand and this number of dead and wounded in three to four weeks of intense fighting is quite possible dramatically reduces the combat capability of the militia forces.So, by the mid-late February the Ukrainian army would have to fall apart and start a disorganized retreat, but the scarce militia forces, having suffered serious losses, would be unable to take the territory left by the withdrawing Ukrainian troops. This would create vast power-vacuum areas between DPR/LNR and Kiev, where the militia and some residual government troops would alternate to each other as in a layered cake. To the extent that different streets of the same locality could be held by different armed groups. In addition, while the DPR/LPR armed forces are organized as more or less regular structures with a unified chain of command, the army of Kiev keeps sliding to irregular formations, which, with the death of the last regular units, would finally transform to a bunch of Nazi gangs and outright criminals partially diluted by completely kooky âveterans of the anti-terrorist operationâ.In this situation, Nazi battalions concentrated in the major cities of the southeast in order to maintain the power in Kiev, will grow more irritated and the Kiev propaganda will become more nervous. This would increase the bitterness towards the power that "betrayed usâ as well as pro-Russian activists "the 5th column that stabbed us in the back". Any pretext will be enough to inflame the whole country. However, in order to paralyze the world community and to disable its instantaneous and consistent reaction, the pretext for the repeat of the Ruanda scenario (mutual senseless massacre) must be beyond belief and, at the same time, radically change the current political situation.That is, it is not enough to organize a loud act of terror or a series of such acts on behalf of âpro-Russian partisansâ or âFSB (GRU, SVR) agentsâ. This provocation must move the Nazi community and channel its efforts in the desired direction. Besides, the Ukrainian government must be (or look) paralyzed. Finally, this event should be sufficiently bloody, sufficiently immoral and touch those strata of the society, which are perceived by the Nazis as their own. These conditions cannot be satisfied with a single yet spectacular act of terror (such problems cannot be solved even by an explosion at Chernobyl). Clearly, first of all they would need death of a major political figure or figures, so that allegedly (or really) paralyzed Ukrainian government could not take measures to restore the order, even if it wanted to. Poroshenko is a perfect sacral victim (especially because he is a traitor to the Americans), but in place of the "young prodigy" Yatsenyuk I would have not relaxed as well. After liquidation of Ukraine, Yatsenyuk becomes useless and even dangerous as he can testify to some sort of "International Tribunal for the Former Ukraine." For a country without economy this symbolic economist is just as useless as the great banker Yuschenko. Credits are not coming with or without Yatsenyuk. To die heroically is the only benefit that he can bring to the US. If someone blows up the parliament during a plenary session with both Poroshenko and Yatsenyuk in attendance, could you guess who will be declared guilty even before any investigation? Especially if some "people's avengers" would claim the responsibility afterwards?Of course, the Nazis from battalions spit on Poroshenko and Yatsenyuk, but their battalion commanders will be there as well: Yarosh and sotnik Parasyuk and cossack Gavrylyuk â" it would be so indecent not to avenge them. Moreover, if this seems not enough, they could carry out a series of terrorist attacks in the hospitals where the "heroes ATO" are treated. Imagine how barbaric killings of defenseless "heroes" will be presented by the Ukrainian media. They will not even need a training manual from the American Embassy; they will interpret everything correctly by themselves. Well, and as "the cherry on the cake" one can explode the cascade of the Dnieper hydropower plants. This would solve several US problems at once. First, the real damage as a result of flooding will not be as great, but cameras positioned in advance in the right places will show pictures more terrible than during the tsunami in Thailand, and "experts" (incidentally, also on their own initiative) will immediately proclaim millions of potential victims. Second, this will immediately cut off the left bank of the Dnieper River from the right one. The dam will be blown, and bridges destroyed. That is, the militia will not able to cross the Dnieper without the help of the Russian Army. Third, if all this (from the elimination of the political elite to the man-made technological disasters) happens in three to five to ten days and if it becomes possible (sure it does, otherwise, why are we feeding CIA?) to accuse Russia and DPR/LPR of participation or at least of indirect sponsorship of the terrorists, the consolidated international community will not take quick control of Ukraine. Any participation of Russia will be blocked by the West accusing Moscow of complicity in the crime, but Western forces themselves could not stabilize the situation (even if the US and the EU decided to act without a UN resolution, they will not have the required operational capacity and available troops). Fourth, while the US needs that, even Turchinov can legitimately represent Kiev and lead the remnants of the government, which is dispensable as well. The further course of events is also clear. The Nazis go to avenge their âbrothers in armsâ. The battalions spread out across the country, checking addresses from databases provided be fellow Nazis from the SBU and parts of the Ministry of Interior. The militia will still be able to quickly lend a helping hand to Kharkov, Left Bank districts of Dnepropetrovsk and Zaporozhye, to punch a land corridor to the Crimea. But without Russiaâs help they cannot go further - there are no bridges. Left bank guerrilla groups are stronger. Of course, they will resist in Odessa, possibly even in Kiev, but the forces are not equal. The mere fact of partisan resistance on the right bank will deprive the junta of the support of the Ukrainian "creative class". Nobody needs them in the US, because they cannot work, but like to eat well. Nobody will feed them for their "Ukraineness" (who needs Ukraineness without Ukraine?). Each of them doesnât know much, but taken together their testimonies would allow to piece together the full picture. And if in the course of Ukrainian excesses they will be killed in their own homes, so be it. "Tutsi" kill "Hutu", "Hutu" kill "Tutsi" - this is a sad feature of civil wars. Thus, pushing Ukraine from Somalization to Ruandization, the United States are fully capable to minimize the effect of Russiaâs victories, cover the traces of their own crimes with blood and, most importantly, make their participation in the coming settlement not just necessary, but inevitable, thus preserving their positions on the European continent and their control over the frightened EU. We considered just one scenario of the possible provocation that would allow Washington to solve the problem of burning down the Ukrainian stand. In fact, there are hundreds of similar scenarios. All of them are real, and some of them must be already developed by the Americans. Otherwise, the security services, the military and the State Department are paid for nothing. The number of crimes already committed by Washington and Kiev suggests that the above scenario is not something extraordinary, on the contrary â" it is well within the logic of the previous actions. In February 2014, a hundred of âMaidanâ victims stimulated the coup; three hundred victims in the downed "Boeing" allowed to deploy the summer offensive; tens of thousands of killed Ukrainians serve as a means to pressure Russia. Then how the tens of thousands of victims are different from the hundreds of thousands or even millions? Only by the fact that the US did not have the need to organize a mass human sacrifice in Ukraine yet. Now there is such a need. Two things can still save people: Ukrainian executorsâ traditional inability to implement even single American plan; Putinâs traditional ability to come up with a decent way out of most desperate situations. But these things are beyond the scope of rational analysis. They are matters of luck.Rostislav Ischenko, president of the Center for system analysis and forecasting, exclusively for the âCurrent Commentsâ.Can Gold and the US Dollar Continue to Rise in Tandem? For How Long?
Can the dollar and gold continue to rise in tandem for long?Â Â The lastÂ three months have seen a veryÂ peculiar dollar/gold anomaly.Â Since mid November, gold (and silver) have “acted” very differently.Â We have seen “outside days” and even…Kiev Regime Confirms that Russian Invasion of Ukraine is a Hoax!
Throughout this conflict every once in a while Ukrainian government officials have come clean about the Russian invasion of Ukraine. To the chagrin of the Obama Administration and NATO Russia has not invaded. This latest admission came twice today. Once…Ukraine SITREP 26th January
I have been trying to wait as long as possible to get some facts confirmed, but at this point in time I am confident enough to say that there are numerous and convergent signs that things are going extremely badly for the Kiev junta. Just look at the following recent headlines:âKiev urgently summons NATO-Ukraine meeting in BrusselsJunta officers get the right to shoot their man in case of insubordinationKiev introduces state of emergency in Donbass, high alert across UkraineResistance to New Wave of Ukraine Mobilization Has Already BegunPanic in Kiev: Ukrainian forces surrender Donbass Clearly, things are not going well *at all* for the Junta.Concerning Debaltsevo and the rumors that the Junta forces were encircled in another "cauldron", they are probably a little premature. However, even if the Junta forces have not been fully encircled *yet*, there is strong evidence that they are indeed in the process of being encircled and many reports even speak of panic. However, the Junta has kept numerically large forces north of Donetsk and we should not dismiss them. By all accounts, the Junta forces are trying hard to break the Novorussian noose around Debaltsevo and they are also trying to recapture the Donetsk airport.Here are two SITREPS translated by the great Kazzura which I find interesting:Prime Minister Zakharchenko[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NdDLSzLFFrc?rel=0]Corps commander Eduard Basurin[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6PXP6WAI_gY?rel=0] I am generally weary of triumphalism and I always get nervous when I see somebody underestimating the enemy. Most importantly, we should remember that while the Junta seems to be suffering major military losses, it still has two options available a false flag operation and declare war with Russia.Option one: false flagThe worse the Junta's military defeats, the higher the risk of a major false flag. Keep in mind that the Nazi Junta despises the east Ukrainian which it considers as "bugs", "insects" and "subhumans" which should be barbecued and that it will have no pity for its own forces if they are defeated or, worse, disloyal. And remember the Nazi slogan about Crimea: "the Crimea will be Ukrainian or empty". We have to assume that the Nazi freaks in Kiev are capable of anything and, having already shot down a civilian airliner, I would not put it past them to sabotage a nuclear plant or some other very high risk target.Option two: declare with with RussiaNotice, I did not say war "on Russia" because that would make the Junta the aggressor. But the Rada is quite capable tomorrow of declaring Russia an "aggressor state". And if that is not enough, Kiev is absolutely capable of striking (at least a few times) anywhere along the Russian-Ukrainian border (including in Crimea) in order to pull Russia in. Even if Russia does not take the bait and simply rides out the strikes, or if Russia responds with a very minimal amount of force, Kiev will continue to declare the "thousands" of Russian troops have invaded and that Russian "tactical battalion groups" are operating all along the line of contact. There is no way that Kiev will ever admit that its forces have been defeated by local Novorussian resistance fighters. In other words, any defeat of the Junta forces will always be presented as a "Russian aggression against the European choice of the free Ukrainian nation".Folks like Yatseniuk or Turchinov will never just flee like Yanukovich did - before they do that, they will make darn sure to destroy as much of the Ukraine as possible and that happens to be exactly the US plan to: if Uncle Sam cannot have it, neither will anybody else.This one is far from over I therefore caution everybody against any premature triumphalism. It ain't over and it won't be over anytime soon. Even if the Novorussians comprehensively defeat the Junta forces (again!), this will not push their attack very far beyond the current frontlines (they just don't have the manpower for that). So don't expect the Novorussians to free Kiev and overthrown the Junta. That is something only the Ukrainian people themselves can do, and right now they are nowhere near that kind of outcome.Things to look very, very bad for Kiev and the current tactical difficulties faced by the Junta might well result in an operational level collapse. At which point we can expect all sides except the Novorussians to try to revive some kind of stale and futile "peace process" which the Novorussians will have to accept, except that this time around Russia will probably make more demands then the first time around. Now that Putin has declared that the Junta's army what just "NATO's legion" the mood in Moscow is rather dark and the disgust with Poroshenko and all his lies very wide-spread. So even if Russia accepts another cease-fire, the Junta will have to pay a price for its failed assault. I think that the loss of Mariupol might be one of the conditions demanded by Russia (at least I hope so).What about the imperial "Axis of Kindness"?The Empire is in full combat mode. After George Soros, the US Commander of NATO ground forces has visited Kiev and the western credit rating agencies have further downgraded Russia even though every single objective economic indicator says otherwise. Things are a tad more complicated in Europe were the victory of Syriza in Greece will create a major risk for the future of the EU. Sure, Merkel is more then willing to do the USA's bidding, but her popularity suffers from it and tensions between the EU plutocrats and the European people are only on the rise. In France the entire Charlie Hebdo psyop has resulted in a chaotic and most volatile situation, the Polish nonsense about Auschwitz being liberated by Ukrainians has damaged the credibility of the russophobic camp and the awareness that the Kiev Junta and its supporters are bona fide Nazis is slowly but inexorably growing everywhere.As Lincoln is supposed to have said "you can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time". Time is running out for the Nazi freaks in Kiev.The SakerGivi and the Geneva Conventions
There has been a lot of criticisms of the battalion "Somali" and Givi for the way they treated the junta's prisoners, including the Colonel who, apparently, was the commander of the junta's 93rd Brigade. Let me begin by agreeing with those who say that the treatment of these prisoners did violate the Geneva conventions, no doubt about it in my mind.The law (or how it maybe would be in a perfect world)The first thing to notice here is that the Geneva Conventions (GC) apply primarily to international conflicts, not to civil wars. They do however have a Common Article 3 which is specifically tailored to "non-international conflicts". Common article 3 has a section c which prohibit: "outrages upon personal dignity, in particular humiliating and degrading treatment". Since Givi's purpose was precisely to humiliate his prisoners, you can say that his actions were in violations of the GC.However,For one thing, neither Novorussia nor the Donetsk People's Republic have signed these conventions. But that is not that good an argument, because you can also refer to customary human rights instruments (the various conventions, treaties and agreements on human rights) which are always applicable anyway. More relevantly is the fact that the junta's forces have committed massive and systematic violations of human rights and the laws of war and that they are all at the very least to be considered as war criminals. Furthermore, unless they were wearing Ukrainian uniforms, they could also be considered as spies or mercenaries who do not benefit from the GC (but still are still protected under human rights instruments).Finally, all of the above assumes that these forces are acting under the orders of a legal and legitimate government, not an illegal junta which came to power by a coup and then attempted to legitimize that coup in totally sub-farcical elections.So while at face value Givi does violate the GC, I don't think any of those accusations would withstand a legal challenge in front of a court. And if they did, it would be for a very minor violation anyway.The real world (this is Russia!)Okay, not let's get real. This is not Geneva. This is Donetsk. I don't think that anybody will argue that these prisoners had it coming. Most of them had to chew on their beloved Ukie flag, and the Brigade commander got slapped (hard) by Givi. Frankly, we have to be honest here, ok?When the Novorussians were treating junta prisoners with kindness, treating their wounds, feeding them, clothing them, offering them all sort of hospitality, I had a deluge of comments about "how stupid it is to be kind to Nazis" . And now that a bone fide junta death-squad leader and total SOB get's slapped, there is another deluge of comments about "Givi violating the GC". Come on!I have always said that junta death squad members did not get the kind of hospitality which the Novorussians extended to conscripts form the regular armed forces. Let me repeat here: they get summarily executed, many of them after short but very painful interrogations. This is what happened to the Wahabis in Chechnia, and this is what happens to Nazis in the Ukraine. Are these actions in violation of human rights conventions? Yes, totally. Does it break my heart? Not it all. This is war. Worse, this is a civil war. And this war was started by the junta, not the Novorussians. I remind you that according to the Nuremberg Trial, the ultimate crime is "aggression" because it "contains" all the other. In other words, the party who starts the war (civil or not) is the prime culprit for all the horrors which are triggered in the course of this war.I also remind that you that this junta Brigade Commander happened to be #3 in a Right Sector electoral list. So he is the "real thing" - a real Ukrainian Nazi willing to murder, kill, torture anybody, especially the "bugs" and "subhumans" of the Donbass.I think that Givi had the right to shoot him right there, on the spot.All he got, is a good slap on his ape-like skull. Oh, and that happened on camera. I say - good thing that Givi did that on camera for the whole world to see. This is how a real officer should treat a death-squad gang leader.I also hope that the Novorussians will put that sorry Nazi scumbag on trial, that the trial will be public, and that he will get 30 years in jail (I oppose the death penalty and sentences over 30 years on principle). And I don't think that the ICRC or anybody else should be granted access to this war criminal (except psychiatrists and those researching psychopaths/sociopaths). As for the rest of them, I would send them home - at least they were minor riffraff not worth spending much time on.I generally and sincerely feel sorry for the poor Ukrainian kids drafted to become cannon fodder for the junta and who get slaughtered by the Novorussian forces. I really do. But in this case, I simply am unable to muster any kind of pity for that evil piece of shit. Sorry. I call it as I see it. And if somebody tells me that my feelings are crude and non-Christian I will fully agree. I wish I could feel any Christian compassion for that guy, I can't. And I won't pretend.The SakerFormer CIA Official: US âRussian Spy Bustâ Is Phony â" Itâs Really about Ukraine
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- "Censored from Western media is the fact that the 'special status' for the New Republics recently passed by Kiev has a six month expiration date "The limits of what can be expected from the SYRIZA government
by Wayne Hall http://vineyardsaker.blogspot.gr/2015/01/syriza-voting-to-join-realm-of-shared_28.html The above analysis of the politics of SYRIZA and its government does not say anything that is untrue, but it leaves out of account a number of points that are relevant in estimating the political potential of the new Greek government. For a start, SYRIZA does not touch on any taboo âconspiracy theoryâ issues, such as 911 and/or the militarization of climate. They have systematically and resolutely refused to engage any of them. They line up with the side of the climate debate that attributes all anomalous ânaturalâ phenomena to âglobal warmingâ (of course the other side of that debate is also manipulated). On Ukraine and Russia there are also limitations to what they can say or do. The senior member of SYRIZA most committed to policies not hostile to Russia, Nadia Valavani, who was foreign policy spokesperson before the election, has now been assigned to economic issues. Giulietto Chiesa, the journalist and former Europarliamentarian who, I would say, has a âVineyard of Sakerâ political orientation http://main.cse-initiative.eu/?p=242 , tried to work with SYRIZA in Greece and its equivalent in Italy but has been, and is, treated like a persona non grata by them. I donât think there is anything personal about this. It is a reflection of political differences. SYRIZA has continued the traditional Greek âthe enemy of my enemy is my friendâ orientation towards the Kurds, which in the new post-ISIS geopolitical environment involves a convenient alignment with American and international policies of border changes at the expense of Turkey. Greek and Turkish geopolitical interest are arguably converging, with the two countries having more potential common interests than diverging interests. Of course this is a complex issue but categories of âleft wingâ and âright wingâ, while not entirely irrelevant, also probably do not have as much importance as is attributed to them by SYRIZA. On the subject of âempowerment of citizensâ participationâ, SYRIZAâs declared politics deserve more rigorous thought than they are getting. âCitizensâ participationâ in a context of corporate mass media control is no guarantee of politics that are in the objective interests of citizens. It can be a Trojan horse facilitating imposition of policies by foreign-controlled NGOs. Possible first steps towards dealing with this problem have been put forward and discussed to a very limited extent https://epamaegina.wordpress.com/2012/04/02/independent-citizens-assembly/ but the discussion has not acquired any traction within SYRIZA. SYRIZAâs policies in this area are as vague as they are in other parliamentary parties.NEO â" Chinaâs Global Political Shift
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Poland’s Foreign Minister compares his country’s relationship with USA to a “blowjob without getting paid”. In aÂ taped “over a dinner conversation” with Jacek Rostowski, a former Polish Minister of Finance, Poland’s FM Radoslaw Sikorski allegedly expressed his frustration as … “We will get a conflict with both Russians and Germans, and weâre going to think […]80% of Russians Ready to Give up Western Food â" but Hands off Their Pensions!
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Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov told CNBC that Russia would consider giving financial help to debt-ridden Greece.Russia Unexpectedly Cuts Key Rate to 15%
âFurther inflation pressure will be contained by a decrease in economic activity,â policy makers said in the statement. Governor Elvira Nabiullina is bowing to calls for policy easing from officials and business leaders including billionaire Oleg Deripaska, whoâve warned that economic activity will grind to a halt after last monthâs rate increase from 10.5 percent, the biggest since 1998. The ...EU expands Russia sanctions as new Ukraine talks loom
President PutinÃ¢ÂÂs Address to Russian Diplomats (in English) President Putin is a man of his words. He writes his own speeches and their content tells you what he thinks about Russia and its relationship to other nations. That’s why it is well worth to pay attention to his words in this speech … Download (PDF, […]Continue reading...Cuba, os dissidentes e o direito de manifestaÃ§Ã£o
Os meios de comunicaÃ§Ã£o ocidentais foram o eco da proibiÃ§Ã£o de uma manifestaÃ§Ã£o da oposiÃ§Ã£o, sem lembrar que o mesmo acontece diariamente nas democracias ocidentais A proibiÃ§Ã£o da manifestaÃ§Ã£o organizada pela artista plÃ¡stica cubana Tania Bruguera, que mora nos Estados…29.01.2015 Military Report of Novorossia. Latest news of Ukraine, DPR,LPR
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RX8R1Rc10n0?rel=0]NEO â" What America is really threatening in Ukraine
- "Henry Kamens gives us one hell of an overview of the present Ukraine mess, which I have compared to the Tar Baby in the briar patch from Uncle Remus."Hollywood and the War Propaganda Industry. What âAmerican Sniperâ Does Not Say
Iâm not accustomed to paying much attention to anyoneâs national holidays, except perhaps Franceâs, but only because it at least commemorates what for a brief time was a real revolution. Since I pass a certain consulate almost every day, I…Russia warns France over Mistral
- [This] "'is a problem of Franceâs reputation. They have to fulfill all the obligations under the contract,' Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday."Democracy Rising: Syriza, the Struggle for Dignity, Solidarity and the Rebirth of the European Left
On Monday, polls closed in Greece and a new government was sworn into power. Syriza, the populist left-wing party who vehemently opposes the EU austerity measures imposed from Brussels, emerged victorious, forming a coalition with the conservative Independent Greeks party.…Are You Doing What You Can Trying To Stop WW3?
The world isÂ edging closer and closer towards a hot war. Are you doing what you can to prevent it? World War Three has already started with sanctions and manipulations of currency- and energy- markets. An economic war between USA and Russia is raging since the early summer of 2014 with sanctions towards Russia from USA […]European Democracy: Russia Excluded from Ukraine Crisis Dialog
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[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnDlkBJ0PKc?rel=0]Heading for War with Russia?
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Eurosatory - the largest international land and air land defence and security exhibition was very interesting and informative.Illusory Ceasefire in Ukraine
Conflict continues. Peace is a convenient illusion. Fascists don't wage wars to quit. Washington manipulates events destructively. It uses its installed stooge government to solidify unchallenged control over Ukraine. Get more info this from VT author Steve LendmanAre You Doing What You Can Trying To Stop WW3?
The world isÂ edging closer and closer towards a hot war. Are you doing what you can to prevent it? World War Three has already started with sanctions and manipulations of currency- and energy- markets. An economic war between USA and Russia is raging since the early summer of 2014 with sanctions towards Russia from USA […]Givi meets the Nazi death squad leader
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FD15bxM3mTc?rel=0]RussiaMariupol Attack is a War Crime: The Evidence points to Kiev
The UN is calling the attack on Mariupol a War Crime. Now that the evidence is pointing to Kiev will the UN show enough conscience to pursue it? Motive, method, and opportunity are the key facts needed to establish guilt…Protesters Call for War Criminal Henry Kissingerâs Arrest; John McCain Threatens Them with Arrestâ¦
Heâs a thug, and a crook, and a liar, and a pseudo-intellectual and a murderer. Ok? Those things are factually verifiable.Â â" From the late Christopher Hitchensâ outstanding interview:Â Christopher Hitchensâ Polemic Against Henry Kissinger John McCain is at it…Israel Threatens War Following Clashes with Hezbollah
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu threatened war in Lebanon and Syria on Wednesday, saying that Israel is prepared to act âon all frontsâ following an attack that killed two Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) soldiers near Israelâs northern border. Seven more…Greeceâs leftist government sparks fears of a Russian beachhead in Europe â" Washington Post
http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/europe/greeces-leftist-government-sparks-fears-of-a-russian-beachhead-in-europe/2015/01/29/79cca26a-a7dd-11e4-a06b-9df2002b86a0_story.htmlContinue reading...Exclusive: EU considers capital markets curbs among new Russia sanctions
By Jan Strupczewski BRUSSELS (Reuters) - New European Union sanctions against Russia could include further capital markets restrictions, making it harder for Russian companies to refinance themselves and possibly affecting Russian sovereign bonds, EU officials said on Wednesday. The EU could also move to further restrict Russia's access to advanced technology for its oil and gas industries. EU ...Former CIA Official: US âRussian Spy Bustâ Is Phony â" Itâs Really about Ukraine
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[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsGE3tq34uY?rel=0]Europeâs addiction to Russian gas: How long before withdrawal symptoms set in?
by Leonid Krutakov for Odnako(translated by: Robin) In mid-January, EU Energy Commissioner MaroÅ¡ Å efÄoviÄ held talks with Gazprom CEO Alexey Miller and Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak in Moscow. After the talks, Mr. Å efÄoviÄ expressed surprise at three circumstances. First, Gazprom has no intention of building the South Stream pipeline. Second, in the future natural gas will be delivered to Europe via Turkey. And, third, Russia is not prepared to discuss the terms of its gas deliveries to Ukraine. To quote Mr. Å efÄoviÄ, all three circumstances, were âvery surprising,â even though Russiaâs decision to cancel South Stream and instead build Turkish Stream was announced in December of last year in Ankara at a joint press conference held by the Presidents of Russia and Turkey. Itâs easy to wax ironic about Mr. Å efÄoviÄâs ignorance of South Stream in Turkey. And most commentators did just that. But his attempt to discuss new conditions for gas supplies to Ukraine with his Russian partners deserves much more attention. And confirmation of that was not long in coming. Last week, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev convened a meeting with Messrs. Miller and Novak. He asked them for the details of their talks with Mr. Å efÄoviÄ, Ukraineâs gas debt and the repayment period. The meeting was broadcast live almost in its entirety. Mr. Miller reiterated to Mr. Medvedev that Europe had only a few years to build its own transmission infrastructure to the Greece-Turkey border, where it will have to connect to the Russo-Turkish pipeline system. If Europe fails to do so, the gas will go to other markets. And Mr. Novak pointed out that, when last yearâs agreement on a $100 discount for gas sold to Ukraine expires on April 1, there will be no new discussions or agreements. The contract is valid and no one has cancelled it. If we compare these statements, the fact that they were reiterated and broadcast live makes it clear that Russia has given Europe a firm ultimatum, outlined the consequences and set a deadline. So what is the nature of the ultimatum? Itâs a long story. But, like any long story, it offers an advantage. It allows you to assess the Ukrainian events not in terms of the abstract and immediate concepts of a struggle for freedom and democracy, but rather in the concrete terms of profit and loss over the long run. At first glance, the link between the recent events in the Ukraine (the Maidan protests, the coup and the civil war) and the supply of Russian gas to Europe and the gas contract that Yulia Tymoshenko concluded in 2009 seems improbable. But any event whose workings are hidden from us is bound to seem improbable and inexplicable. The European Unionâs Third Energy Package (TEP) also came into effect in 2009. The gist of this document is that it establishes uniform rules for the gas supply system within the EU. All gas purchases must take place on an âentry-exitâ basis at the European border. In other words, it creates a sort of single virtual gas buyer able to dictate terms to the seller. The document sets other parameters, but they are all generally based on the idea of unbundling gas suppliers from the EUâs internal infrastructure and retail market, where prices are often more than three times the price of the âentryâ price. The stated reason for TEP was the need to enhance competition and reduce costs at the expense of a free flow of gas within Europe. This statement didnât fool anyone. It was a new instrument that targeted only Gazprom, which is tightly connected to the European system. In the event that Europe adopted unacceptable conditions, suppliers of liquefied natural gas (LNG) could at any time redirect their deliveries. In fact, that is what happened after TEP was adopted. The main flows of LNG left for the Asian markets. Gazprom, whose gas deposits are far from ports and have to be shipped by pipeline, could not pull off this trick. As a result of the adoption of TEP, European gas prices did not fall; in fact they went up. From 2009 to 2013, the price of gas in the EU rose by an average of 29% to 30%. At the same time, the average price of Russian gas fell from US$410 per thousand cubic metres in 2008 to US$385 in 2013. And the volume of gas increased. The paradox of a rising domestic price along with a falling âentryâ price is easily explained by the nature of the increase. The increase was due mainly to the higher cost of gas transmission within the EU, which rose about 16%, and internal taxes, which were up 13%. In fact, the energy component of the final gas price increased by no more than 2%, and even that was due to LNG. At the same time, the significant increase in the price of LNG was offset by the discounts that the EU obtained from Gazprom, taking advantage of Gazpromâs lack of wiggle room. And this occurred despite long-term contracts linked to the price of oil, which increased four-fold from 2008 to 2011. In fact, TEP ultimately ended Gazpromâs access to the internal European market and, moreover, obliged it to sell 50% of its gas while still in the pipeline, even before it entered the EU. Under TEP, gas carried by the pipeline system has to come from at least two suppliers. As for the timing, Gazpromâs long-term contracts with its European customers were renegotiated in 2004, and the following year saw the beginning of the TEP discussions. The peak of the discussions took place in 2008-2009, and precisely at that time the second Ukrainian-Russian gas war broke out. Kiev, which was behind in its payments for Russian gas deliveries, began to siphon off transit volumes illegally, and in response Russia cut off the flow of gas. The EU had to take urgent action, brokering a gas contract signed by Yulia Tymoshenko almost entirely on Russiaâs terms. Six months later, when peace prevailed, TEP was adopted, and so began the systematic effort to squeeze out Gazprom across the board. South Stream was blocked on the grounds of non-compliance with TEP, even though the contract for its construction was agreed to before TEP was adopted on the government level. In point of fact, TEP was created to prevent individual countries from taking such âinitiativesâ in the future. It should be noted that South Stream was blocked immediately after the start of the events in the Ukraine. The structure developed in such a way that the Ukraine retained its status as a major transit country for Russian gas and became a sort of gas reservoir for Europe. With the advent of TEP, under any new contract Gazprom had to halve its gas supplies to the EU or sell half of the volume to the Ukraine on the Russian border. Simply put, Russia ultimately was expected to pay from its own pocket the cost of the Ukrainian coup and the formation of a Russophobic government in Kiev. That is why the United States initially tried to bail out Naftogaz of Ukraine. The son of U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden even became a member of the Ukrainian gas monopolyâs board. Vladimir Putinâs visit to Ankara and his agreement with Recep Tayyip ErdoÄan on the construction of Turkish Stream has put paid to all that. The role of European transit country has now shifted to Turkey; moreover, in accordance with TEP rules, to fulfill a contract all Gazprom has to do is deliver the gas to the EU border. Moving it any farther is not Gazpromâs responsibility. It was a calculated, well-aimed blow. Turkey is the only communication corridor offering an alternative route for Russiaâs gas. For example, the proposed Nabucco pipeline to supply gas from Central Asia and the Middle East to the EU, bypassing Russia in the process, is based exclusively on Turkey as a transit country. But now thereâs no getting around Russia. The only question without a public response is the deadline attached to Russiaâs ultimatum to Europe. Mr. Miller did not specify any period, saying only that Europe has little time left, in fact only a few years. This is understandable because contract terms and conditions are confidential. But, not being bound by any confidential agreements, we are free to speculate about the deadline. Most of Gazpromâs European contracts, as already stated, were concluded in 2004. Earlier on, in the 1980s, such contracts had a term of 30 years. The term of the last contract was reduced to 15 years. It follows that D-Day â" the time for renegotiation of contracts under the terms of TEP â" will arrive in 2019, in other words, in only four years. Four years is a political framework that limits Europeâs decision-making time. The choice is very difficult. In fact, there is no choice. Rejecting Russian gas supplies to Europe is tantamount to suicide. Switching to LNG, which is from one and a half to two times more expensive, would instantly make all European industries uncompetitive. Europe needs Russian gas. All it can choose is the routes and the means for its delivery. It can negotiate with Russia on clear and transparent conditions, or it can break Russiaâs resistance in order to gain access to the gas on its own terms. And the conductor standing behind the EU finds only the second scenario acceptable. In fact, Europe has even less time (just making a decision is not enough) because it has to build a pipeline to the Turkish border. Otherwise it will have to âsurrenderâ Ukraine. We do not want to play the role of Cassandra, but in four years anything can happen â" even attempted assassinations of top politicians, in both Russia and Turkey. By the way, one curious detail is that the Russian-Ukrainian contract signed in 2009 by Yulia Tymoshenko and Vladimir Putin has a non-standard term of 10 years. And, like most of Gazpromâs European contracts, it ends in 2019. Would that be by coincidence or by design?Blowback Against Israeli State Terror
Israel claims a divine right to attack any nation, group or individual it chooses with impunity. Considers naked aggression self-defense. Justifiable self-defense is called terrorism. On January 18, Israeli helicopter gunship fire killed Hezbollah military leader Imad Mughniyeh in Syria’s…US Wants NATO Allies to Spend More on Defense, Buy American Weapons
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- Ulson Gunnar - Warplanes, helicopter gunships, heavy armor and troops poured into eastern Ukraine in a blitzkrieg offensive after the show elections.US Wants NATO Allies to Spend More on Defense, Buy American Weapons
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The liberals in Russia are deservedÂ casualties of the crisis in Ukraine. Their numbers are dwindling and only the most “hard-core” remains loyal to their orientation to the West. They have also got a new stamp as “the Fifth Column”. I have noticed the liberal exodus among many of my friends and it is confirmed in […]Big Business âRegulatorsâ and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP): Opening the Floodgates to Corporate Plunder
A new leak concerning the talks around the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) indicates that the floodgates could be opened even further for corporate influence. The leak has been analysed by the corporate watchdogs CEO and LobbyControl and shows…Is Democracy Dead In The West? Greece and its EU Creditors
We will find out the answer to the question posed in the title in the outcome of the contest between the new Greek government, formed by the political party Syriza, and the ECB and the private banks, with whose interests…NEO â" Russian
- You won't read anything like this in Western media as it conflicts with their fairy tale of spreading peace and democracy when proxy terrorism is the new game of choice.Mark Slebodas Unbeatable Description Of The Mindset In The US State Department
The clash between Eastern and Western world-views is an undeniable fact. The accelerated push byÂ the neocons on behalf of the ruling Anglo-Zionist banking elite towards a New World Order, is of course the main cause of the clash. But it does not explain the fact that millions of people are taking the side of the […]Cuba, los disidentes y el derecho de manifestaciÃ³n
Los medios informativos occidentales se hicieron el eco de la prohibiciÃ³n de una manifestaciÃ³n de la oposiciÃ³n, sin recordar que lo mismo ocurre a diario en las democracias occidentales. La prohibiciÃ³n de la manifestaciÃ³n que organizÃ³ la artista plÃ¡stica cubana…Russia cuts spending, bails out banks in 'anti
Russia promised government spending cuts but more money for retirees and billions of dollars worth of support for banks as it detailed Wednesday a plan to support its economy battered by low oil prices and sanctions. The plan, published on the government's website on Wednesday morning, foresees a 10 percent reduction in "most categories of budget spending" but, increases on welfare, which was ...How The Russian Liberals Became âThe Fifth Columnâ
The liberals in Russia are deservedÂ casualties of the crisis in Ukraine. Their numbers are dwindling and only the most “hard-core” remains loyal to their orientation to the West. They have also got a new stamp as “the Fifth Column”. I have noticed the liberal exodus among many of my friends and it is confirmed in […]Russia's biggest miner faces Arctic prices challenge
Russia's financial crisis is posing a stark challenge to the country's largest mining company. How can Norilsk Nickel protect the living standards of thousands of workers cut off inside the inhospitable Arctic while also satisfying its shareholders? The slump in the rouble and a resulting rise in inflation could have an outsize effect in Norilsk, a town 300 km inside the Arctic Circle where more ...A Saudi Beheading is an Islamic State (IS) Beheading?
The beheading took place in Makkah. A Burmese woman named Laila Bin Abdul Muttalib Basim, who lived in Saudi Arabia, was first dragged on a public street. Then, she was grabbed by four policemen, while a man took a sword…26.01.2015 Ukrainian crisis news. Latest news of Ukraine, DPR, Kiev, Mariupol
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vRiyqDXBBPw?rel=0]Must watch: Ukrainian Deputy: US to stage a civil war in Ukraine! This was 20.11.2013!! BEFORE Maidan
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9hOl8TuBUM?rel=0]Transcript:Deputy Oleg Tsarov has the wordHonourable ColleaguesHonourable Vladimir VasiljevitchIn my role as a representative of the Ukrainian peopleâ¦â¦activists of the public organisation "Volya" turned to meâ¦â¦providing clear evidenceâ¦â¦that within our territoryâ¦â¦with support and direct participationâ¦of the US Embassy in Kievâ¦â¦the "TechCamp" project is realisedâ¦â¦under which preparations are being made for a civil war in Ukraine.The "TechCamp" project prepares specialists for information warfareâ¦â¦and the discrediting of state institutions using modern mediaâ¦â¦potential revolutionariesâ¦â¦for organising protestsâ¦â¦ and the toppling of the State Order.The project is currently overseen and under the responsibilityâ¦â¦of the US ambassador to Ukraineâ¦â¦Geoffrey R. Pyatt.After the conversation with the organisation "Volyaââ¦â¦ I have learnedâ¦â¦that they succeeded to access Facilities in the project "TechCampââ¦ â¦disguising as a team of IT specialists.To their surprise, briefings on peculiarities of modern media were held.American instructors explained how social networks and Internet technologiesâ¦â¦can be used for targeted manipulation of public opinionâ¦â¦as well as to activate protest potentialâ¦â¦to provoke violent unrest on the territory of Ukraineâ¦â¦Radicalisation of the population and triggering of infighting.American instructors show examples of successful use of social networksâ¦â¦used to organise protestsâ¦in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya."TechCamp" representatives currently hold conferences throughout Ukraine.A total of five events have been held so far.About 300 people were trained as operatives, which are now active throughout Ukraine.The last conference "TechCamp" took place on 14 and 15 November 2013â¦â¦in the Heart of Kiev on the territory of the US Embassy!You tell me which country in the world would allowâ¦â¦a NGO to operate out of the â US Embassy?This is disrespectful to the Ukrainian government, and against the Ukrainian People!I appeal to the Constitutional Authorities of Ukraine with the following question:Is it conceivable that representatives of the US Embassyâ¦â¦which organise the "TechCamp" Conferencesâ¦â¦misuse their diplomatic mission? â"â" Let him speak â"â"Carry OnUN Resolution of 21 December 1965 regulatesâ¦â¦inadmissibility of interference in the internal affairs of a stateâ¦â¦to protect its independence and its sovereigntyâ¦â¦in accordance with paragraphs one, two and five.I ask you to consider this as an official beseechâ¦â¦to pursue an investigation of this caseThank You!"When the word comes âitâs timeâ"
By Aleksandr Zakharchenko This article was MISTAKENLY attributed to Alexander Zakharchenko. See here for details:http://vineyardsaker.blogspot.com/2015/01/ouch-we-screwed-up.htmlTranslated from Russian by J.Hawk for FortRuss If one is to speak without geopolitical complexities and nuances, the situation is extremely simple. This is a battle for the continent, for the international system, for oneâs own taiga. They are desperately attacking us and are trying to take us down quickly. They use all means at their disposal, except for direct military intervention on Russiaâs territory. They are destroying Russians outside their boarders, are raising foreign legions in order to invade the country. The West undertook to destroy us for the simple reason it is trying to avert its own destruction. The main factors are the destruction of the economy and of the political authorities of Russia. The main factor that might allow them to accomplish this is the decay within Russia, a split within the Russian government, the spreading of hatred among the people. Thatâs the reason for the constant provocations and the divide-and-conquer policies: inter-ethnic animosities, hatred toward the state, toward big capital (specifically the pro-Russian), toward the Orthodox Church, toward its own people and everything around it. All of that is being done to get Russia to destroy itself from within. But thatâs precisely what is not happening. Everything is breaking apart against the unity of the government which has the support of its people which feels as if it was in a besieged fortress together with its leader. Even capitalists like Usmanov, Vekselberg, and others, who chose the West, moved their assets from offshore accounts back to Russia. Even Shuvalov swore his loyalty to Putin in Davos. To say nothing of ordinary mortals. No matter how much is said about âPutin the billionaireâ and the government for sale, in spite of all the problems and the worsening financial situation, the solidarity with the national leader is not only not growing weaker, but is getting stronger. What is more, the people want him to act more firmly and not compromise with the West, no matter what the cost. This is what angers the West so. It is trying to promote division and chaos in Russia but it is not happening. The only remaining possibility is to try to destroy the economy, to deprive Russia from access to dollars (which for the West itself is the equivalent of hara-kiri), or to convince Russians that Putin is their enemy and thus deprive him of his national support. Yes, the so-called patriotic maidan. There is an opportunity here, but a small one. And it is closely tied to the situation on the Donbass. Itâs a primitive calculation: keep shouting that âDonbass was abandonedâ, âthere are idiots in the Kremlinâ, âSurkov sold outâ, etc. Putin is kept out of the line of fire in the first round, and the whole emphasis is on the myth of a palace coup (i.e., Putin was betrayed, they are deceiving him). But they are also pushing the âPutin abandoned the Donbassâ line, and sooner or later someone will shout âwe have no Czar!â and âdown with the Czar!â. This, in a situation of conflict with the West, ought to help topple the âPutin regime.â Donbass is being used as leverage to increase dissatisfaction with the Kremlin: if you introduce Russian forces, you become an international pariah and Hitler (which is more or less how he has been labeled), if you donât send in troops, you are a traitor. Moscow chose an intermediate approach of containing Western aggression (until the x-hour) and indirect military confrontation on Ukraineâs territory. Yes, this is not the best variant from the perspective of the Donbass inhabitants. Moreover, it is a forced strategy based on the current realities: Russiaâs forces are insufficient for a rapid victory over the consolidated West which, even though it is a giant clay feet, is still the dominant force in the world. As part of this post-Crimean strategy, Russia is taking steps which are far from obvious, but which nevertheless allow the aggression to be repelled. Yes, the position adopted by the eternal critics, who demand a cardinal resolution of the Ukrainian question arguing that it will have to be done âsooner or laterâ, may seem just and attractive to a patriotically-minded people who suffer at the sight of the dead inhabitants of the Donbass. But the critics donât want to understand that in their desire to strike the final blow here and now, they are helping the West by forcing the Kremlin to strike when the West still has sufficient power. But the time is working against Washington. Even though it is assembling foreign legions against Russia and is taking Russian lives every day, it is not accomplishing its own task of destroying Russia in the nearest few months. To remove it from the world map as a single political unit. Break it up as an organism. If you want to take up the fight âsoonerâ, you may not find yourself living in Russia âlater.â If the majority of us understand it with our hearts and minds, then the final victory will be Russiaâs. But if we stray from that path, even with good intentions, in the hopes of solving the problem here and now, we will lose. Everyoneâs duty right now is to help the Donbass to the extent they can, and not give in to emotions, even if they are sincere or provocative. Be fully prepared for the moment when the word comes âitâs time.â Translatorâs Note: Zakharchenko is without any doubt one of the foremost Russian leaders of our time, one who not only proved himself an able commander of the DPR, but also someone who has a grasp of the big picture. And the big picture is one in which the West is suffering a systemic crisis not unlike the Great Depression, and is trying to stave off an internal breakdown through political and economic expansion. Hence the recent regime changes in the Middle East and elsewhere, hence the Maidan. EU and the US must keep finding new markets, otherwise their internal policies of austerity are bound to destroy their own economies. It need not be soâ"Greeceâs recent election represents a ray of hope that Western institutions may yet be reformed. But one should not put too many hopes in the little Greeceâs ability to stand alone against Germany and its quislings within the EU bureaucracy. What is happening in Ukraine is todayâs equivalent of the Spanish Civil War. Then, too, USSR stood alone against fascism, hoping to enlist the help of like-minded citizens of Europe and to send a message to the aggressors. Had that war ended differently, tens of millions of people would not have perished in the Second World War. The stakes are equally high today. Russiaâs stand is aimed at encouraging resistance within the EU (Greeceâs suggests its stand is already having an effect) and also persuading would-be aggressors that the cost of aggression would be too high. As much is at stake in the Donbass today as was in Spain in 1938. Saker note: if anybody is still not aware of FortRuss - please make sure to visit this website: http://fortruss.blogspot.com/ . There you will find a wealth of very interesting news.DPR President Sends Captured Ukrainian Soldiers Home with Their Mothers â" Radio Free Europe Suggests Rebels Execute Prisoners
From: http://russia-insider.com/en/2015/01/30/2992 The dispute inside of Ukraine is without a doubt destabilizing the geopolitical picture in the whole world. This is exposing the worry amongst the western establishment regarding their undertakings to subdue the whole world whilst the us dollar continue to have an importance. The american traditional mass media facilitates the elite in their pushes in order to get rid of President Putin. Not since the pinnacle of the cold war was the black-painting of Russia and its president been so freely presented. Only an uninterested or totally brainwashed character may escape to observe the deceiving chronicle dictated by the western elite to the owners and also writers coming from the company networks in the UNITED STATE OF AMERICA together with Europe. This is sole added case on by what means the story varies. I recognize how problematic it is to penetrate the image of Russia as plotted by westernly editors. The american disinformation works yet just upon folks that are out-of-the-way from experiencing the truth. In case that you went to Russia during the course of the most recent ten years, you would most likely have got a look of a very different community in comparison to the one portrayed to you by the correspondents at home.Radio Free Europe recently ran a rather thoughtless piece on "potential war crimes" committed by rebel forces. Their evidence? A video shows dead Ukrainian soldiers lying next to a wall....a wall with bullet holes. Are you thinking what we're thinking? It's a pretty sad article, actually. And frankly a bit shameless, because the folks at Radio Free Europe are not dummies and they are certainly aware that DPR President Alexandr Zakharchenko has invited Ukrainian mothers to come to Donetsk and retrieve their captured sons. Check out these war crimes: [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d50-nAq_tPo?rel=1&autoplay=0&wmode=opaque][youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=in-GUuFTyJA?rel=1&autoplay=0&wmode=opaque]Radio Free Europe even concedes that the execution claim is too fringe for the likes of The Interpreter. That's how you know you've gone off the deep end. Remain updated about the hottest advancement of the emergency near Ukraine through patronizing our RSS feed or to our Twitter feed @therussophile. Get the most recent updates with regards to the state of affairs in Ukraine by following me on Twitter (@therussophile) and through patronizing the RSS-feed for www.therussophile.org.Continue reading...Poland is Blowing in the Wrong Direction
Poland’s Foreign Minister compares his country’s relationship with USA to a “blowjob without getting paid”. In aÂ taped “over a dinner conversation” with Jacek Rostowski, a former Polish Minister of Finance, Poland’s FM Radoslaw Sikorski allegedly expressed his frustration as … “We will get a conflict with both Russians and Germans, and weâre going to think […]President Putinâs Address to Russian Diplomats (in English)
President Putin is a man of his words. He writes his own speeches and their content tells you what he thinks about Russia and its relationship to other nations. That’s why it is well worth to pay attention to his words in this speech … Download (PDF, 197KB)Confronting the âSafeâ, Toxic and Disempowering State
One of the weirdest features of contemporary culture is the way even the best corporate journalists write as though under enemy occupation. Journalists admit, even in public, but particularly in private, that there is much theyÂ just cannot say. As…EU expands Russia sanctions as new Ukraine talks loom
President PutinÃ¢ÂÂs Address to Russian Diplomats (in English) President Putin is a man of his words. He writes his own speeches and their content tells you what he thinks about Russia and its relationship to other nations. That’s why it is well worth to pay attention to his words in this speech … Download (PDF, […]Continue reading...NEO â" Putinâ¦Face of the Global Resistance Movement
- 'One of our first hurdles is to get people to understand that most of us live in "occupied countries", but not the traditional sense.'27.01.2015 Ukrainian crisis news. War in Ukraine, Mariupol, DPR, NATO, Russia
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gUE-i9tPqPE?rel=0]Genocidal "poetry" in English on "Ukrainian" armor?
Check out this photo taken today:We are told that these units are staffed by Ukrainians wanting to free their own fellow-Ukrainians from "terrorists".To me, this sure look like an English-speaking terrorist has come to Novorussia to commit genocide against the people of the Donbass.But, hey, that's just me.The SakerEnbridge Gets Another Federal Tar Sands Crude Pipeline Permit As Senate Debates Keystone XL
On January 16, theÂ U.S.Â Army Corps of Engineers gaveÂ EnbridgeÂ a controversialÂ Nationwide Permit 12Â green-lightÂ for its proposedÂ Line 78 pipeline, set to bring heavy tar sandsÂ diluted bitumen (âdilbitâ)Â from Pontiac, Illinois to itsÂ Griffith, Indiana holding…Syriza Hands Greek Defence Ministry to Right
The first meeting of the cabinet named by the Syriza-Independent Greeks (ANEL) coalition government was televised on Wednesday, with Prime Minister and Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras declaring that his government would not come into conflict with the international financial elite.…Syriza: Voting to join a realm of shared, sustainable prosperity
by Mario Recap: In 1971 Bretton Woods failed. The United States implemented a new strategy: Disregard its twin deficits and act as a gargantuan vacuum cleaner that sucked in the trade surpluses of Germany, Japan and later China, attracting into Wall Street between $3 to $5 billion net on each working day. Forcing productivity and zero real wage rises created a further daily 5$ billion domestically for corporations. All this money, in Wall Street banks, created new money with financialisation. By 2007 for every one dollar issued by the Fed 50 dollars of this bank private money (mainly CDOs) were circulating. It took a small correction in the housing market to collapse this bubble and we write 2008. The CDOs became worthless and to save the criminal banks, governments printed trillions of public money. Debt was transferred to the tax payer. The banking system was not reformed, to the contrary, it kept the freedom to speculate, to short and manipulate the world economy. Greece: A common currency, like the Euro, requires monetary and fiscal coordination. As long as debt, taxes and government expenditure stays national, the weakest members of this monetary union have to run deficits and borrow. A country which creates surplus (like Germany) needs to invest this surplus in the weaker members, to create employment and development, to maintain their health and their demand for German products. It was never done. Borrowing was easy and rampant until 2008. Enter 2008: The European banking system (mainly Germany and France) holds debt from Spain, Italy, Greece and others. Germany, mainly, could have searched for a sustainable debt relief and repayment, taking into account the debtors ability, instead it instructed austerity and the granting of new and expensive loans to repay ultimately the German banks. Enter 2015: Expensive $240 billion loans did nothing to help Greece. 25% unemployment (50% unemployed youths), halving of pensions, failing medical and social assistance and being treated as a 2nd class European is the result of the mantra "that debt is a contract and contracts must be honoured" (Lagarde). The political class failed and Greece could have gone to 'Golden Dawn', the fascists, but it did not, as others in Europe do by taking refuge in nationalistic and xenophobe movements, instead it voted in a modern socialist alternative, based on democracy and solidarity. Enter Syriza: The Thessaloniki declaration demands: 1. Confronting the humanitarian crisis 2. Restarting the economy and promoting tax justice 3. Regaining employment 4. Transforming the political system to deepen democracy On (4) the immediate programme is: Regional organization of the state. Enhancement of transparency, of the economic autonomy and the effective operation of municipalities and regions. We empower the institutions of direct democracy and introduce new ones. Empowerment of citizensâ democratic participation. Introduction of new institutions, such as peopleâs legislative initiative, peopleâs veto and peopleâs initiative to call a referendum. Empowerment of the Parliament, curtailment of parliamentary immunity, and repeal of the peculiar legal regime of MPsâ non-prosecution. Regulation of the radio/television landscape by observing all legal preconditions and adhering to strict financial, tax, and social-security criteria. Re-establishment of ERT (Public Radio and Television) on a zero basis. More details on the programme: http://www.transform-network.net/en/blog/blog-2014/news/detail/Blog/-5ed1064aab.htmlObama Determined to Expand the National Counter
The âmiracleâ that so many Black Americans wept with joy to behold in January, 2009, has evaporated in totally predictable increments over the past six years. (We at BAR did, in fact, predict the general outlines of the debacle, long…Russia might bailout Greece â" finance minister
Greece hasn’t outright asked Russia for a loan, but Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said Moscow wouldn’t rule it out. His statement comes days after Greece openly opposed further economic sanctions against Russia. Via:: Continue reading...The Reasons Why Russia Will Not Invade Ukraine
Russia will not invade Ukraine and here are the reasons. A lot of energy is right now spend on trying to get Russia more involved with the civil war in Ukraine. TheÂ New World Order cabal wants it because they want NATO to get a reason to come to the defense of the new government they […]Ukraine and pro
- Ukraine & pro-Russia forces have agreed to stop fighting across the eastern conflict zone on December 9 under the terms of a Kremlin-brokered ceasefire.Russia warns West support for Kiev could lead to 'catastrophe'
Russia's envoy to the European security watchdog OSCE urged the United States and Europe on Thursday to stop supporting the "party of war" in Ukraine and warned "catastrophe" could result, Interfax news agency reported. "I would like to appeal to the states that have influence on Kiev's leadership, most of all to Washington. It's time to stop indulging Ukraine's party of war," said Russia's OSCE ...Is the Ebola Outbreak in West Africa a Biological Proxy War?
Russia announced that they have a vaccine effective against Ebola. FromÂ another report in Moscow Times it seems more like they have an effective drug to treat Ebola and not a really a vaccine. The investigative reporter Jon Rappoport (nomorefakenews.com), who have disclosed the fraud behind the HIV-virus and other frauds committed by the BIG PHARMA […]Ukraine SITREP January 27th: Zionists, Nazis and a bit of history
The Zionists:Oh this is too good!!! My two "favorite" Russia-hating Ueber-Zionists join forces in the New York Times to call for the salvation of the Nazi Junta in Kiev by a massive injection of capital.Priceless.Here is what they wrote: (full text)Save the New UkraineA NEW Ukraine was born a year ago in the pro-European protests that helped to drive President Viktor F. Yanukovych from power. And today, the spirit that inspired hundreds of thousands to gather in the Maidan, Kievâs Independence Square, is stronger than ever, even as it is under direct military assault from Russian forces supporting separatists in eastern Ukraine.The new Ukraine seeks to become the opposite of the old Ukraine, which was demoralized and riddled with corruption. The transformation has been a rare experiment in participatory democracy; a noble adventure of a people who have rallied to open their nation to modernity, democracy and Europe. And this is just the beginning.This experiment is remarkable for finding expression not only in defending Ukraineâs territorial integrity from the separatists, but also in constructive work. Maidanâs supporters have moved from opposition to nation building.Many of those in government and Parliament are volunteers who have given up well-paying jobs to serve their country. Natalie Jaresko, a former investment banker, now works for a few hundred dollars a month as the new finance minister. Volunteers are helping Ukraineâs one million internally displaced people as well as working as advisers to ministers and in local government.The new Ukraine, however, faces a potent challenge from the old Ukraine. The old Ukraine is solidly entrenched in a state bureaucracy that has worked hand in hand with a business oligarchy. And the reformers are also up against the manifest hostility of Russiaâs president, Vladimir V. Putin, who wants at all costs to destabilize Ukraine.One drawback is that the new Ukraine is a well-kept secret, not just from the rest of the world but also from the Ukrainian public. Radical reforms have been hatched but not yet implemented.It is instructive to compare Ukraine today with Georgia in 2004. When he became president that year, Mikheil Saakashvili immediately replaced the hated traffic police and removed the roadblocks used to extort bribes from drivers. The public recognized straight away that things had changed for the better.Unfortunately, Ukraine has not yet found a similar demonstration project. Kievâs police force is to be restructured, but if you need a driverâs license, you must still pay the same bribe as before.Mr. Saakashvili was a revolutionary leader who first stamped out corruption but eventually turned it into a state monopoly. By contrast, Ukraine is a participatory democracy that does not rely on a single leader but on checks and balances. Democracies move slowly, but that may prove an advantage in the long run.The big question is, will there be a long run? Although Russia is in a deepening financial crisis, Mr. Putin appears to have decided that he can destroy the new Ukraine before it can fully establish itself and before an economic downturn destroys his own popularity. The Russian president is stepping up the military and financial pressure on Ukraine. Over the weekend, the city of Mariupol came under attack from forces that NATO said were backed by Russian troops, undermining the pretense that the separatists are acting on their own.Ukraine will defend itself militarily, but it urgently needs financial assistance. The immediate need is for $15 billion. But to ensure Ukraineâs survival and encourage private investment, Western powers need to make a political commitment to provide additional sums, depending on the extent of the Russian assault and the success of Ukraineâs reforms.The reformers, who want to avoid the leakages that were characteristic of the old Ukraine, have expressed their wish to be held accountable for all expenditures. They are passing extensive legislation but also want the International Monetary Fund to go on exercising oversight.Unfortunately, just as democracies are slow to move, an association of democracies like the European Union is even slower. Mr. Putin is exploiting this.It is not only the future of Ukraine thatâs at stake, but that of the European Union itself. The loss of Ukraine would be an enormous blow; it would empower a Russian alternative to the European Union based on the rule of force rather than the rule of law. But if Europe delivered the financial assistance that Ukraine needs, Mr. Putin would eventually be forced to abandon his aggression. At the moment, he can argue that Russiaâs economic troubles are caused by Western hostility, and the Russian public finds his argument convincing.If, however, Europe is generous with its financial assistance, a stable and prosperous Ukraine will provide an example that makes clear that the blame for Russiaâs financial troubles lies with Mr. Putin. The Russian public might then force him to emulate the new Ukraine. Europeâs reward would be a new Russia that has turned from a potent strategic threat into a potential strategic partner. Those are the stakes.The way the NYT presents these two bloodthirsty clowns is also typical. One, Soros, is a "philanthropist" while the other, Levi, is a "philosopher". They might as well have presented them as modern day saints.Clearly, the Neocons and their Zionist allies are in a full-war mode, they fear that their russophobic Nazi regime in Kiev is going to tank and they are terrified at the consequences. As they should.The Nazis:Well, just as predicted the Rada in Kiev has declared Russia an "aggressor state". Now all that is needed to "prove" their point is a major false flag to show that hordes of Spetsnaz GRU throat-cutters are slaughtering babies in their cribs (Kuwait), blowing up peaceful shoppers (Markale market), committing genocide (Srebrenica), massacring villages (Racak) or using Viagra as a weapon of war (Libya). Then Putin needs to be upgraded form "new Stalin" to "new Hitler" (or both) and, voilÃ , the US and NATO will have to "shoulder their historical burden" of having to defend "civilization, human right, freedom and progress" against the revanchist Russian aggressor.I am sorry to have to say that, but I consider a large scale false flag a virtual inevitability by now. God willing, the Junta is in too much disarray and chaos to make it happen, but I think that everybody in the Novorussian resistance needs to go to "red alert" for some crazy move by the Junta.The belly is still fertile from which the foul beast sprangGuys, I am constantly getting a flow of comments about "Jews this Jews that", "Nazis this, Nazis that", and the "killer argument" "Jews cannot be Nazis and Nazis cannot be Jews". Guys, think again. Look at all Zionists and Nazis have in common:1) the belief in the existence of races/ethnicities2) the belief in the superiority of their own race/ethnicity3) the morbid obsession with blood and racial purity4) a phenomenal propensity to use violence to achieve their goals5) the belief that their opponents are not really human6) a morbid interest for the occult (Ahnenerbe, Kabbalism)7) a rabid hatred for Russia, Russians and OrthodoxyNow, of course, they also happened to hate each other. So what? Trotskists hated Stalinists and vice versa, the SS hated the SA and vice versa and the Jesuits hated the Lutherans and vice versa. But in each case these movement spring from the same well (Bolshevism, National-Socialism and Frankish Papism).Zionism and Nazism are born from the same fetid womb: 19th European secular nationalism and, as Brecht so well put it: the belly is still fertile from which the foul beast sprang. This is also the root of Ukrainian nationalism, Russian pan-Slavism, and many other ideologies. Most of them have lost traction and have been repudiated, but in Israel Zionism is still the main official state ideology and the same is true for the part of the ex-Ukraine run by the Nazi junta in Kiev.Now, sincere there are apparently quite a few of you who still hold on to racist/racialist ideas, I feel the need to repeat here what I wrote in my post AngloZionist: Short primer for the newcomers:Now this might seem basic, but so many people miss it, that I will have to explicitly state it: to say that most US elites are Anglos or Jews does not mean that most Anglos or Jews are part of the US elites. That is a straw-man argument which deliberately ignores the non commutative property of my thesis to turn it into a racist statement which accuses most/all Anglos or Jews of some evil doing. So to be very clear: When I speak of AngloZionist Empire I am referring to the predominant ideology of the 1%ers elites which for this Empire's "deep state". By the way, there are non-Jewish Zionists (Biden, in his own words) and there are (plenty of) anti-Zionist Jews. Likewise, there are non-Anglo imperialists and there are (plenty of) anti-imperialists Anglos. To speak of "Nazi Germany" or "Soviet Russia" does in now way imply that all Germans were Nazis or all Russian s Communists. All this means it that the predominant ideology of these nations at that specific moment in time was National-Socialism and Marxism, that's all. This is why the listing of Jews in power in Kiev because what is missing from the picture is either a list of all Jews who are not in power in Kiev or the list of all non-Jews who are in power in Kiev, or both.Zionism is to Jews what National-Socialism is to Germans and what Communism is to Russians: a pathology triggered by a slight, but crucial, modification of these nation's "spiritual DNA". This is like comparing healthy tissue to a malignant tumor: very similar but different enough to be fatal.The real enemy:The real enemy is not the Jew, the German or the Russian, of course. The real enemy are evil, satanic ideologies. As Saint Paul so eloquently put it: For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms (Eph. 6:12). He did not say the "1%ers" of course, but if you ask me, this is close enough.I recently got an email from a friend who asked me to stop using the word "Ukie" and I decided to follow his advice because even if some, or even most, Ukrainians nowadays might support the regime of freaks in Kiev, some, even maybe most, do not.Yes, Soros and BHL are Jews. Real evil, bloodthirstily and ugly buffoons whom I despise from the very bottom of my heart. And yes, there ideology is the kind of Neocon Zionism which has become so popular in the USA and, in the past decades, in Israel (original Zionists were dramatically different, socialists, secularists and, actually, I think honest, if mistaken, idealists). Oh, not that I believe for one second that either one of them sincerely cares about his fellow Jews or about Israel. Not at all. Contrary to the popular belief, one does not need to care for Israel at all to be a Zionist. Are you shocked by that statement? Okay, here me out. Here is what I wrote in my "primer":Let's take the (hyper politically correct) Wikipedia definition of what the word "Zionism" means: it is "a nationalist movement of Jews and Jewish culture that supports the creation of a Jewish homeland in the territory defined as the Land of Israel". Apparently, no link to the US, the Ukraine or Timbuktu, right? But think again. Why would Jews - whether defined as a religion or an ethnicity - need a homeland anyway? Why can't they just live wherever they are born, just like Buddhist (a religion) or the African Bushmen (ethnicity) who live in many different countries? The canonical answer is that Jews have been persecuted everywhere and that therefore they need their own homeland to serve as a safe haven in case of persecutions. Without going into the issue of why Jews were persecuted everywhere and, apparently, in all times, this rationale clearly implies if not the inevitability of more persecutions or, at the very least, a high risk thereof. Let's accept that for demonstration sake and see what this, in turn, implies. First, that implies that Jews are inherently threatened by non-Jews who are all at least potential anti-Semites. The threat is so severe that a separate Gentile-free homeland must be created as the only, best and last way to protect Jews worldwide. This, in turn, implies that the continued existence of this homeland should become an vital and irreplaceable priority of all Jews worldwide lest a persecution suddenly breaks out and they have nowhere to go. Furthermore, until all Jews finally "move up" to Israel, they better be very, very careful as all the goyim around them could literally come down with a sudden case of genocidal anti-Semitism at any moment. Hence all the anti-anti-Semitic organizations a la ADL or UEJF, the Betar clubs, the network of sayanim, etc. In other words, far from being a local "dealing with Israel only" phenomenon, Zionism is a worldwide movement whose aim is to protect Jews from the apparently incurable anti-Semitism of the rest of the planet. As Israel Shahak correctly identified it, Zionism postulates that Jews should "think locally and act globally" and when given a choice of policies always ask THE crucial question: "But is it good for Jews?". So far from being only focused on Israel, Zionism is really a global, planetary, ideology which unequivocally split up all of mankind into two groups (Jews and Gentiles), which assumes that the latter are all potential genocidal maniacs (which is racist) and believes that saving Jewish lives is qualitatively different and more important than saving Gentile lives (which is racist again). Anyone doubting the ferocity of this determination should either ask a Palestinian or study the holiday of Purim, or both. Even better, read Gilad Atzmon and look up his definition of what is brilliantly called "pre-traumatic stress disorder".So we need to be very careful here. First, we cannot fight an Empire whose nature and essence we do not understand. Second, we cannot fight an enemy whom we cannot even name. I therefore submit that speaking of the AngloZionist Empire is not only correct, but even crucial: "Anglo" refers to historical roots and geopolitical reality, "Zionist" refers to its ideological world view. HOWEVER, as soon as we start "counting Jews" or saying that Nazis and Jews cannot be in the same junta, we are immediately falling back into a completely discredited 19th century West European ideology which has triggered many millions of deaths in all the major wars of the past couple of centuries.This is bull. Acting like a bull. In a corrida. Personally, I don't even believe that the word "race". Here again, I will quote my "primer"First, I don't believe that Jews are a race or an ethnicity. I always doubted that, but reading Shlomo Sand really convinced me. Jews are not defined by religion either (most/many are secular). Truly, Jews are a tribe. A group one can chose to join (Elizabeth Taylor) or leave (Gilad Atzmon). In other words, I see "Jewishness" as a culture, or ideology, or education or any other number of things, but not something rooted in biology. I fully agree with Atzmon when he says that Jews are racist, but not a race. Second, I don't even believe that the concept of "race" has been properly defined and, hence, that it has any objective meaning. I therefore don't differentiate between human beings on the basis of an undefined criterion.But I am aware that there are people out there who consider themselves as Jews or Jewish (never understood the difference between these two terms, but nevermind). I say - let them. But let's not paint them as the enemy when the enemy is a tribal ideology which is shared by millions of people who do not consider themselves as Jews (US Evangelicals, for starters, millions of them). If we miss the real target and get distracted by the fake one put in front of us by the real enemy, we will act just like a bull in a Spanish corrida: we will always miss the real enemy who will exhaust us and then kill us.Let's us please be smarter and stop constantly chasing the wrong enemy. Let's hit the real enemy there where he really is, there where he hides, there were it will really hurt him. Let's accurately name him. His name is "Legion" because he has many ideologies and manifestations and he shows up in any and all human groups.One last thing: I am truly sick and tired of moderating comments about "Jew this, Jews that" or "Nazis this, Nazis that". So, exceptionally, I will not allow any comments on this post at all. And if some smart ass will post a comment about that elsewhere, I will delete it. I want the level of conversation of this blog to go up, not down, and if that means shutting up the Jew-centric trolling then I will. My apologies to everybody else, but the last thing I want here is 700 comments rehashing all the common racist/racialist inanities which were in fashion in the 20th century.Please read the above post carefully, please re-read my "AngloZionists: a short primer" for a fuller discussion and, whether you agree with my arguments or not, please forgive me for exceptionally not opening this one post to comments.Kind regards to all, cheers,The SakerGeorgians as Expendable as White Rats
- There are now scattered reports of biological weapons being tested on citizens of various countries, including Georgia and some Middle Eastern countries.Important blog news: we are getting stronger, much stronger
Dear friends,I have some important issues to bring to your attention:1) Domain names:We are trying to fix the domain name problems and also making some major changes in our IT architecture. As of right now, please note that the following Saker Blogs are still functioning normally:French Saker: http://lesakerfrancophone.netGerman Saker: http://www.vineyardsaker.de/Oceania Saker: http://www.vineyardsaker.co.nz/Latin American Saker: https://vineyardsakerlatam.wordpress.com/the following Saker Blogs are down due to domain name problems which I hope will be resolved soon:Italian Saker: http://www.vineyardsaker.it/Russian Saker: http://www.vineyardsaker.ru/ =>Please note that these domain names are temporary and will be changed in the future.2) Popularity vs Donations:The number of visitors to this blog is at an all time high - just under 70'000 a day! See for yourself on this blogger dashboard screenshot made this morning:But donations have almost stopped.So please click on that PayPal button on the left and show your support for this blog's effort with your donation.3) Structural Changes in the Saker Community: the SCEC and SALLCFollowing the recent crisis I have decided to make two major changes in the way the Saker community will be organized.First, I have decided to hand over the responsibility for community-wide decisions to what I call the "Saker Community Executive Committee" or SCEC. This is a small group of people whom I fully trust who will from now on be in charge of issues such as accepting new blogs into the Saker community, making key decisions about our IT architecture or deal with domain name issues. After much thinking I have decided that the membership of the SCEC must remain confidential and known to me only. This is first and foremost to protect the SCEC members but also to make this key component of our community a much harder target to hit then myself. Besides, if you, the community, have trusted me in the past with the management of the community, then you can logically also trust those whom I have chosen to deal with these issues from now on. Just to make clear: the SCEC will have no say in the way each individual Saker blog is run (each blog will retain its full editorial and organizational independence) and the SCEC will only deal with community wide issues. In fact, the only person for whom this will be a major change is me, the Saker, as I will be able to focus on blogging and writing analyses rather then deal with technical/administrative issues.Second, the corporation "Saker Analytics, LLC" or SALLC has now been formed. It will have an "in house council", a US based lawyer who has agreed to help SALLC, the SCEC and myself on a pro bono basis. I shall share his name with all of you in the near future, but for the time being let's call him "spoonful". "spoonful" will help the SCEC with domain name issues and he will advise me on a new copyright policy for the blog.4) New copyright policy for the blog: CC-BY-SA 4.0For a number of legal reasons I cannot continue to post everything and anything without thinking about the copyright issues which might be involved. I wish I could, but I cannot. During the latest crisis I was threatened with a lawsuit not once, but twice, and even though this threats did not involved copyright issues, I have to assume that the folks out there who hate me and the Saker community (there are a lot of them, believe me!) will resort to all sorts of dirty tricks to try to shut us down, including frivolous copyright lawsuits. On the advice of "spoonful" I have decided that as soon as the new blog is back up, all my original contents will be published under the Creative Commons CC-BY-SA 4.0 International license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/). This is also what I will recommend to guest authors. As for external materials, they will remain under their original licenses.Summary:The crisis which hit me and the rest of the community was definitely a very bad one much worse then I can say here, believe me. I have had to deal with betrayals, slander, blackmail, threats, sabotage and an amazing amount of hatred. Still, I also have to admit that I myself have been naive and way too trusting. For all my life I have many many mistakes, but at least I never made the same mistake twice. And this time around, I had to make a painful "lessons learned" exercise, helped by some wonderful friends, and a few crucial things will now change:1) We will built redundancy on all levels of our community. From now on, no level will depend on a single individual, not the community, not the individual blogs and not the IT architecture.2) We will de-personalize the community: it will still be "The Saker Community" but not "The Saker's Community" meaning that my community-wide "footprint" will shrink in size making personal attacks on my much less lucrative for those who hate me.3) We will harden the community making all forms of attacks (political, technological, legal, etc.) much harder.With these changes I hope to go back to my primary role as a simple blogger and to trade my "community leader" hat for a far more modest, and better fitting, "community founder" hat.Various people have tried to bring down myself, this blog and our community. God willing, their efforts will eventually result in the opposite effect and we will all bounce back much stronger than before.The SakerPS: if no major crisis erupts between now and then, I hope to resume the podcast in February (if only to remind you folks to donate - hint hint).eng subs Spanish volunteers of NAF 'Ghost' brigade
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By Thomas Grove MOSCOW (Reuters) - The chief of Russia's armed forces said on Friday a strong nuclear arsenal will ensure military superiority over the West as Russia seeks to fulfill a multi-billion dollar plan to modernize its forces by 2020. Russia, facing a likely recession this year after U.S. and European sanctions over Ukraine and a fall in oil prices, must deal with new forms of Western ...80% of Russians Ready to Give up Western Food â" but Hands off Their Pensions!
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Russia announced that they have a vaccine effective against Ebola. FromÂ another report in Moscow Times it seems more like they have an effective drug to treat Ebola and not a really a vaccine. The investigative reporter Jon Rappoport (nomorefakenews.com), who have disclosed the fraud behind the HIV-virus and other frauds committed by the BIG PHARMA […]NEO â" Japanese Sanctions against the Russian Federation
- The real threat is who is really running the show in the US and Europe. Is it the elected leaders, or those who are really behind who gets elected?Well, that did not take long
Greece voted for sanctions against Russia.The dream was nice while it lasted.Now lets forget SYRIZA.The SakerEU expands Russia sanctions as new Ukraine talks loom
The EU agreed Thursday to expand its sanctions against Russia as Ukraine's warring parties announced fresh truce talks to end a surge in fighting between Kiev and Kremlin-backed rebels. Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev warned meanwhile that the threat of further sanctions risked turning the new Cold War atmosphere into a globally destabilising "hot" armed conflict between Moscow and the ...Sputnik About Carl Bildtâs âHandlersâ â" The Brzezinski Family
The recently launched Russian news provider, Sputnik, gives, in the article by Daniel Zubov cited below, an interesting review of theÂ Brzezinski Family and their influence on Americas foreign policy. The connection to Sweden through the American Ambassador there, MarkÂ Brzezinski, helps to explain the special role Carl Bildt and the Swedish Foreign Ministry played in the […]Crimes against Humanity: Why Is Henry Kissinger Walking Around Free?
Two months ago, hundreds of thousands of Chileans somberly marked the 40th anniversary of their nationâs September 11th terrorist event. It was on that date in 1973 that the Chilean military, armed with a generous supply of funds and weapons…Canadian Spy Program âLEVITATIONâ Illustrates âGiant X
Rapidshare was one of three file-sharing websites targeted in the spy agency’s surveillance. (Photo: Evan Mitsui/CBC) Newly released documents contained in the archive of materials leaked to journalists by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden reveals that Canada’s spy agency, the Communications…NEO
- "Mr. Stachnio has a great review of the 650 Western color revolution NGOs operating in Russia that are funded with deficit spending US taxpayer dollars."Mark Slebodas Unbeatable Description Of The Mindset In The US State Department
The clash between Eastern and Western world-views is an undeniable fact. The accelerated push byÂ the neocons on behalf of the ruling Anglo-Zionist banking elite towards a New World Order, is of course the main cause of the clash. But it does not explain the fact that millions of people are taking the side of the […]RussiaUkraine peace talks due as EU hits Russia with more sanctions
Negotiators from Ukraine, Russia and Europe are set to hold fresh peace talks Friday in a bid to end a surge in fighting between Kiev and Kremlin-backed rebels, with tensions running high after the EU hit Moscow with more sanctions. The talks in Belarus's capital Minsk will bring together the contact group of representatives of Ukraine, Russia and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in ...Capitalism And Communism â" Two Sides Of The Same Coin
The Cold War, which ended in 1991, was an economic war between two ideologies: Capitalism and Communism. The problems we see in the world today is that rulers in “The West” believe that they won the Cold War. The western elite claimÂ that it was a victory ofÂ capitalism over communism whichÂ gives them an unabridged right to […]Another captive UAF 'cyborg' handed over to his parents by Alexandr Zakharchenko
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d50-nAq_tPo?rel=0]European Democracy: Russia Excluded from Ukraine Crisis Dialog
Remember that great article "by Zakharchenko"?Well, this is the email I just got from a friend:Zakharchenko is a smart man and does see the big picture but he has nothing to do with that article. Its author is Eduard Birov (who blogs as "Russkiy Malchik" here: http://russkiy-malchik.livejournal.com/). The other publication simply reposted Birov's article and added Zakharchenko's photo. http://russkiy-malchik.livejournal.com/574917.html Birov has been writing a lot in this vein in the last several months. He is also published at TASS-Analitika; a recent example: http://tass-analytics.com/positions/3712I checked. He is right. The original publication at for FortRuss points to this page:http://infopolk.ru/1/U/articles/41534-kogda-budet-dan-prikaz-pora.html#b1674fe6-ee25-6904-b07b-7fb63e01cc03Which has a huge photo of Zakharchenko and, at the very bottom, this:Can you see the tiny line in gray next to the red dot (which I added)?It points to this page: http://russkiy-malchik.livejournal.com/574917.htmlWhich is the live journal of the real author of this article. Not Zakharchenko.Oops.Sorry guys. Call me an idiot and I won't argue.Cheers,The SakerMy take on the Geneva Conventions
I get a lot of comments to the effect that the Geneva Conventions (GC) are only for victors, or inapplicable in war, or wishful thinking etc.I very much disagree.For the following reasons:First, there is a difference between a solider and a thug and that difference is not in the guns they carry, but in what they do and why they do it. Yes, there are indeed bad soldiers who act like thugs, but that does not mean that our society has to accept that and confuse aberration with the norm. The norm, the ideal, must be upheld for the sake of being civilized.Second, one does not observe the laws of civilized behavior because the other guy does it, one does that to be better then the other guy, to uphold the moral superiority over the amoral thug. You don't behave like a maniac not in order to spare anybody, but to retain your own honor and integrity.Third, and his is always totally overlooked, when military units begin to murder, kill, torture or target civilians their discipline goes does the tubes very fast followed soon by their combat capability. Simply put - once you break the law, there is no law, and the unit's commander then becomes just an accomplice and pretty soon his authority will be challenged.Fourth, committing atrocities is counter-productive. Not only does it mess with the psyche of those committing the atrocities, it also strengthens the resolve of your opponents.I think that human right and laws of war ought to be taught to every single person on the planet and especially soldiers and I think that they should be respected and enforced.This being said, I don't think that supporting that mandates being naive or stupid about the realities of war. This is why the most important task of all is to do everything possible and impossible to prevent wars in the first place.My 2cts,The SakerNEO â" Ukrainian Elections: EU Membership May be a Mirage
- The Ukraine coup continues to be a zoo, and continued failure will be nothing new. Its Western backers will continue their takeover of another struggling countryFake Russian Spy Ring Announced
The U.S. needs enemies to advance its agenda. When none exist they’re invented. Longstanding US policy. Russian national Evgeny Buryakov its latest victim. A Russian bank employee arrested in New York on phony espionage charges. Two other Russian nationals named.…Across the Pacific in a week: US & Russian balloonists set world distance record
American Troy Bradley and Russian Leonid Tyukhtyaev have surpassed a 5,200-mile (8,800-km) distance record with their gas balloon flight across the Pacific. The âTwo Eagles,â as they are dubbed, are set to land in Baja California, Mexico, on Saturday. Via:: Across the Pacific in a week: US & Russian balloonists set world distance recordContinue reading...GMO Crops for Ukraine: The Westâs Agri
At the same time as the United States, Canada and the European Union announced a set of new sanctions against Russia in mid-December last year, Ukraine received US$350 million in US military aid, coming on top of a $1 billion…Why Did the UN Security Council Visit Haiti?
On Jan. 23, a delegation of the United Nations Security Council arrived in Haiti for a three day visit. The delegation, consisting of representatives of 15 member states currently on the Security Council, was co-chaired by Chilean ambassador Cristian Barros…Russia might bailout Greece â" finance minister
Greece hasn’t outright asked Russia for a loan, but Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said Moscow wouldn’t rule it out. His statement comes days after Greece openly opposed further economic sanctions against Russia. Via:: Continue reading...Pegasus Targets Freeh â" On Orders From The President
I have received a number of requests to verify the article below.As a former member of Pegasus, I do have contact with at least 3 active members. I also am well aware of Mr. Freeh and his previous activities in the DOJ. I have placed my remarks at the bottom of the article.Â A […]Sputnik About Carl Bildtâs âHandlersâ â" The Brzezinski Family
The recently launched Russian news provider, Sputnik, gives, in the article by Daniel Zubov cited below, an interesting review of theÂ Brzezinski Family and their influence on Americas foreign policy. The connection to Sweden through the American Ambassador there, MarkÂ Brzezinski, helps to explain the special role Carl Bildt and the Swedish Foreign Ministry played in the […]Across the Pacific in a week: US & Russian balloonists set world distance record
American Troy Bradley and Russian Leonid Tyukhtyaev have surpassed a 5,200-mile (8,800-km) distance record with their gas balloon flight across the Pacific. The âTwo Eagles,â as they are dubbed, are set to land in Baja California, Mexico, on Saturday. Via:: Across the Pacific in a week: US & Russian balloonists set world distance recordContinue reading...Capitalism And Communism â" Two Sides Of The Same Coin
The Cold War, which ended in 1991, was an economic war between two ideologies: Capitalism and Communism. The problems we see in the world today is that rulers in “The West” believe that they won the Cold War. The western elite claimÂ that it was a victory ofÂ capitalism over communism whichÂ gives them an unabridged right to […]NEO â" True Heroes Behind the Kiev Ceasefire
- Jim W. Dean..."We need to make America's state sponsored terrorism a fall campaign issue on the Dems and Repubs doing the AIPAC Zombie walk on Ukraine."DPR President Sends Captured Ukrainian Soldiers Home with Their Mothers â" Radio Free Europe Suggests Rebels Execute Prisoners
From: http://russia-insider.com/en/2015/01/30/2992 The dispute inside of Ukraine is without a doubt destabilizing the geopolitical picture in the whole world. This is exposing the worry amongst the western establishment regarding their undertakings to subdue the whole world whilst the us dollar continue to have an importance. The american traditional mass media facilitates the elite in their pushes in order to get rid of President Putin. Not since the pinnacle of the cold war was the black-painting of Russia and its president been so freely presented. Only an uninterested or totally brainwashed character may escape to observe the deceiving chronicle dictated by the western elite to the owners and also writers coming from the company networks in the UNITED STATE OF AMERICA together with Europe. This is sole added case on by what means the story varies. I recognize how problematic it is to penetrate the image of Russia as plotted by westernly editors. The american disinformation works yet just upon folks that are out-of-the-way from experiencing the truth. In case that you went to Russia during the course of the most recent ten years, you would most likely have got a look of a very different community in comparison to the one portrayed to you by the correspondents at home.Radio Free Europe recently ran a rather thoughtless piece on "potential war crimes" committed by rebel forces. Their evidence? A video shows dead Ukrainian soldiers lying next to a wall....a wall with bullet holes. Are you thinking what we're thinking? It's a pretty sad article, actually. And frankly a bit shameless, because the folks at Radio Free Europe are not dummies and they are certainly aware that DPR President Alexandr Zakharchenko has invited Ukrainian mothers to come to Donetsk and retrieve their captured sons. Check out these war crimes: [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d50-nAq_tPo?rel=1&autoplay=0&wmode=opaque][youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=in-GUuFTyJA?rel=1&autoplay=0&wmode=opaque]Radio Free Europe even concedes that the execution claim is too fringe for the likes of The Interpreter. That's how you know you've gone off the deep end. Remain updated about the hottest advancement of the emergency near Ukraine through patronizing our RSS feed or to our Twitter feed @therussophile. Get the most recent updates with regards to the state of affairs in Ukraine by following me on Twitter (@therussophile) and through patronizing the RSS-feed for www.therussophile.org.Continue reading...29.01.2015 Ukrainian crisis news. War in Ukraine, Donbass, Kiev, USA, Russia and millitary update
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