fredag 31. oktober 2014

New video about sexual humiliation by fascists

--was uploaded by fascists channel. Fascists from battalion "Azov" humiliated on citizen of Kiev, agitator of former member of Party Regions.
Fascists bullied and humiliated over citizen of Kiev, who agitator of candidate to Ukrainian Parliament from former Party of Regions (now it named as Opposition block). Opponent of this candidate was Biletskiy, commander of fascists battalion "Azov" Also, possibly, as fascists claimed this poor guy wrote "Glory to heroes of DPR" on vehicle.
But, likely, real reason for humiliation was agitation of victim. That guy was by force driven out to some empty place, maybe forest near Kiev. Fascists beat severely victim, possibly abused him by their dildos, fascists broke spirit of victim and record video. In the video victim insult himself and say "sorry" to the fascists from "Azov". He did it by laugh of fascists, they told to victim that he is too miserable, so they haven't wish to torture him more. But fascists force victim to beat himself by dildo and continue to insult himself.
Later, fascists, as US occupiers in Afghanistan, urinate on victim, guy tried to run, but his body and legs were severely beat. His hands were bound with tape, video finished, but his tortures didn't, fascists force victim to kneel again in end of video. Music which fascists used for video is song "Victory Day", this song is symbol of Victory over fascism. This song obligatory sound in every meeting about Victory over fascism. So, fascists mocking our History again and they did it by instructions of USA/EU/Israel.
Also, dildos and other such staff fighters of NAF finding in areas there were fascists. As we know in Iraq and Afghanistan NATO soldiers, male and females, raped locals from elderly to children, occupiers used dildos and other things for rapes and sexual abuse. In Libya and Syria US-NATO puppets, so called rebels, used rapes as weapon against civilians. Israel occupiers used sexual abuses, humiliations and rapes as weapon against kidnapped/arrested Palestinians. Now instructors from these countries bring this to Ukraine, sexual abuses and humiliations broke life of victims, force victims to feel shame, force victims to keep silence about this kind of tortures.
Fascists raped families in occupied territories, it is known already. We know that they raped teen girls and women, including old women, possibly fascists raped boys and men. Ukrainian puppets of USA/EU/Israel, as well as foreign mercenaries, using rapes as weapon against civilians. This video was recorded and uploaded by fascists, this video is evidence, that fascists were trained to use sexual abuse and humiliation against civilians. This video was uploaded at 25th October , day before election to Ukrainian Parliament.
Video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bABnxQ9F5D8
By Konstantin

torsdag 30. oktober 2014

CIA Mouthpiece Lets Slip On Russian ‘Aggression’

“The movement of military equipment has not been seen by the OSCE from our border point [of observation]“, said Picard during a press conference in the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don last week.
For months now, Western mass media have been in lockstep with the US State Department and the NATO military alliance, promulgating claims of Russian aggression in Ukraine and towards Europe generally. The mantra-like repetition of these claims, with scant substantiation, resembles the Big Lie technique of Third Reich master propagandist Josef Goebbels. Told often and brazenly enough, the claims acquire normalcy as «accepted facts».

Western news media, from the BBC to the New York Times, uncritically peddle NATO and Washington claims that Moscow has «annexed» Crimea and infiltrated troops into eastern Ukraine to destabilise the pro-Western «government» in Kiev. Last month at the NATO summit in Wales, outgoing secretary general Anders Fogh Rasmussen asserted: «So we continue to call on Russia to pull back its troops from Ukrainian borders, [and] to stop the flow of weapons and fighters into Ukraine».
Last week, that narrative was debunked by the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe. The OSCE has been appointed to monitor the border between Russia and eastern Ukraine. The organisation’s monitoring chief Paul Picard confirmed that since the beginning of its observer mission at the end of July to present, it has not recorded any movement of military equipment or units from Russia into Ukrainian territory.

«The movement of military equipment has not been seen by the OSCE from our border point [of observation]», said Picard during a press conference in the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don last week.
The OSCE monitoring chief did say that there was Russian military movement of airplanes, helicopters and drones inside Russian territory along the border, but that there was no cross-border incursion. «We observed their movement, but didn’t see them fly into Ukraine, so they did not cross the border», Picard said.

Tellingly, the OSCE assessment nullifying Washington and NATO claims of Russian invasion and infiltration of Ukraine was given negligible reportage in the Western media, which persists with the anti-Russian narrative that seems to operate on the basis of not letting the facts intrude on a convenient storyline.
However, the OSCE version of reality was surprisingly corroborated by an unlikely source – Radio Free Europe – albeit unintentionally, it would seem.
RFE was set up during the height of the Cold War as a mouthpiece for the American Central Intelligence Agency to broadcast anti-Soviet propaganda across Eastern Europe. As a recent France 24 headline put it: ‘Radio Free Europe back on frontline over Ukraine’ in which the obsequious report said gushingly: «A quarter of a century after it helped topple totalitarian Communist regimes in Eastern Europe, the US-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty is duelling Moscow again, this time in a media war over the Ukraine crisis.»


In any case, in a RFE report last week under the headline ‘He was just a boy’, the American broadcaster told of the anguish of a Russian mother who recently buried her 18-year-old son after he was killed fighting in eastern Ukraine earlier this month. A grief-stricken Zalogina Pushkaryov told RFE how her son, Yevgeny, was shot dead by Kiev military forces after he had volunteered to join anti-Kiev militia. That part of the story is real enough. 
But the significant detail is that the report makes clear that young Yevgeny travelled from his hometown of Kronshtadt, near St Petersburg, to eastern Ukraine after he was recruited via the internet social media. He did so surreptitiously without his mother’s knowledge. The RFE report also quotes other Russian «volunteers» who have gone to take up the fight for independence in the Donbass region from Kiev. It noted that these individuals are «ill-equipped and unprepared» for military action and are often «cannon fodder» in the battle against Ukrainian regular army units and self-styled National Guard battalions.

Thus RFE inadvertently spills the beans on the real nature of Russian involvement in the conflict in eastern Ukraine. As Moscow has been consistently saying for several months, it has not sent weapons, troops or commandos into Ukrainian territory to support the pro-independence self-defence militia battling against Kiev forces, since the latter were dispatched in April on a so-called anti-terror operation against the dissenting ethnic Russian population of Donetsk and Luhansk.
To the extent that there is a Russian connection it is mainly on the basis, as the RFE report acknowledges, of young men volunteering unofficially through informal internet channels. These hapless volunteers are driven by personal reasons to defend what they see as a compatriot population under fire from an illegal regime. The RFE reported that these Russian volunteers have to arrange and pay for their own travel to the conflict region. That is obviously the behaviour of private Russian citizens, who are taking it upon themselves to take up arms in eastern Ukraine. It is not the kind of channel that Moscow would be operating if there was any official covert military plan to destabilise Ukraine – as Washington, NATO and the Western media, including RFE, have been claiming ad nauseam without the slightest proof.
The decision to bear arms in Ukraine by Russian individuals cannot be attributed as Russian government policy, in the same way that hundreds of Western private citizens travelling to fight as mercenaries in Syria is not automatically cited as proof of Western government endorsement of that activity.
Together with the latest OSCE assessment of no cross-border military transport, the CIA’s RFE report of «untrained and ill-prepared» Russian youths dying in eastern Ukraine provides an important rebuttal of Western claims against Moscow. Those claims can now be seen for what they are: propaganda in the service of a political agenda from Washington and its NATO allies to mount aggression on Russia.
The West’s specious claims of Russian expansionism in Ukraine serve to distract from the reality that Washington and its European allies are the ones who have in fact destabilized Ukraine by fomenting an illegal regime in Kiev. This regime cannot salvage legitimacy even with the latest farcical parliamentary elections. The regime and its Western sponsors have sought to legitimise the illegal subversion of Ukraine’s sovereignty by turning reality on its head and blaming Russia for the unrest in that country since the CIA-backed coup in February this year.
The baseless claims against Russia’s interference in Ukraine is part and parcel of a bigger picture of similar innuendo against Moscow for jeopardising European-wide security.
Rasmussen’s successor in the top NATO job, former Norwegian prime minister Jens Stoltenberg, has continued in the same vitriolic vein accusing Russia of aggression and having nefarious expansionist ambitions.
On his first official visit, Stoltenberg went to the NATO airbase in Lask, Poland, earlier this month where he declared that increased NATO «policing» fighter jets over the Baltic Sea were «solidarity in action» to deter alleged Russian belligerence.
Last week, Western media reported, as good coin, NATO claims that a Russian Il-20 surveillance plane had breached Estonian airspace. Russia denied that the aircraft had strayed from international airspace.
But the Western media sought to substantiate that claim by merely piling on more unverified NATO claims that there was a threefold increase in «provocative» Russian military flights over recent months.
«I would suggest that the level of this provocative flying is higher than at the height of the Cold War», said a NATO spokesman quoted by US government-sponsored Voice of America. The NATO official added there had been «a threefold increase in the number of NATO intercepts this year than last year in the Baltic region.»
In a Financial Times version of the same report, it was said that there was a «threefold increase in the number of scrambles Nato fighters have had to make since January». If the Western media were really doing its job of independent journalism, it would inquire of the sceptical question: perhaps NATO is just scrambling more aircraft not out of an objective security concern over Russia, but rather to simply produce flight data that appears to support allegations of Russian «provocation»? There is a big difference between scrambling jets and actual territorial breaches.
The Financial Times goes on to report that NATO has spent nearly $200 million already over the past year in upgrading air bases in Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia to handle what has been a four-fold increase in NATO fighter planes in the region since 2013. Citing expenditure in euro amounts, the FT reports:
«Runways have been extended and resurfaced, new hangars built and larger ammunition and fuel depots installed.
In Estonia, €40m has been spent on Ämari air base. In Latvia, €42m has gone on upgrading Lielvārde – a large fuel dump will be finished there next year. In Lithuania, 29 separate projects costing more than €41m have overhauled the airfield at Šiauliai, and in Poland, €17m has been spent on Malbork.»
It should be obvious that such infrastructure upgrades must have been part of a long-term plan, not as the FT would have us believe, as part of a short-term «response» to Russian «provocation».
In other words, the Washington, Brussels, NATO and Western media narrative of «Russian aggression» in Ukraine is as baseless as the extended theme of «Russian provocation» in the Baltic region. The real narrative is one of US-led NATO aggression and expansion towards Russia under the cover of specious claims against Moscow, which are invoked as a retrospective justification of NATO belligerence.
This is consistent with Washington’s long-term geopolitical agenda of «throwing Russia off balance», as Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov commented in an interview with Itar-Tass last month.
So keen is Washington in pushing its propaganda offensive that the CIA mouthpiece Radio Free Europe seems to have overlooked a few gaping holes in its own Big Lie technique, as shown by its recent report on the Russian mother grieving the loss of her son in Ukraine.
By the way, ironically, in this era of capitalist austerity, it is reported that RFE has endured serious cutbacks and staff redundancies over the past year. The CIA’s mouthpiece seems to have incurred an «intelligence» retrenchment as a result.
http://www.veteransnewsnow.com/…/511035cia-mouthpiece-lets-…
The movement of military equipment has not been seen by the OSCE from our border point [of observation]», said Picard during a press conference in the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don last week.
veteransnewsnow.com

MH17 might have been shot down from air – chief Dutch investigator

Wednesday 29 October 2014

‘The chief Dutch prosecutor investigating the MH17 downing in eastern Ukraine does not exclude the possibility that the aircraft might have been shot down from air, Der Spiegel reported. Intelligence to support this was presented by Moscow in July.
The chief investigator with the Dutch National Prosecutors’ Office Fred Westerbeke said in an interview with the German magazine Der Spiegel published on Monday that his team is open to the theory that another plane shot down the Malaysian airliner.
Following the downing of the Malaysian Airlines MH17 flight in July that killed almost 300 people, Russia’s Defense Ministry released military monitoring data, which showed a Kiev military jet tracking the MH17 plane shortly before the crash. No explanation was given by Kiev as to why the military plane was flying so close to a passenger aircraft. Neither Ukraine, nor Western states have officially accepted such a possibility.’
Read more: MH17 might have been shot down from air – chief Dutch investigator

What’s Behind Lower Gas-Prices and the Bombings of Syria and of Southeastern Ukraine

Source: beforeitsnews

Why is the Ukrainian Government, which the U.S. supports, bombing the pro-Russian residents who live in Ukraine’s own southeast?
Why is the American Government, which aims to oust Syria’s leader Bashar al-Assad, bombing his main enemy, ISIS?
This report will document that both bombings are different parts of the same Obama-initiated business-operation, in which the American aristocracy, Saudi aristocracy, and Qatari aristocracy, work together, to grab dominance over supplying energy to the world’s biggest energy-market, Europe, away from Russia, which currently is by far Europe’s largest energy-supplier.
Here are the actual percentage-figures on that: Russia supplies 38% of it, #2 Norway (the only European nation among the top 15) supplies 18%, and all other countries collectively supply a grand total of 44%.That’s it; that’s all — in the world’s largest energy-market, Russia is the lone giant. But U.S. President Obama’s team are working hard to change that, to do a huge favor for the royals of Saudi Arabia and of Qatar, and yank that business for them. (Unfortunately, the residents in southeastern Ukraine are being bombed and driven out to become refugees in Russia, as an essential part of this operation to choke off Russia’s gas-supply into Europe and transfer that business mainly to those royals. This objective against Russia and for those royals is considered to be far more important than its many thousands of victims are, and no one in the Obama Administration has provided any indication — at least publicly — that tears have been shed there for the residents in southeast Ukraine who have been mass-murdered and for the roughly million of them who have fled to refuge and safety in Russia to escape being bombed by the America’s new client-state, the Ukrainian Government.)
Obama has initiated, and is leading, this international aristocratic team, consisting of the U.S. aristocracy and mainly two Sunni Moslem aristocracies — the Saudi and the Qatari royal families — to choke off Russia’s economic lifeblood from those European energy sales, and to transfer lots of this business, via new oil and gas pipeline contracts and new international trade-deals, over to the royal families of Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Those royals, in turn, are assisting Obama in the overthrow of the key Russia-allied leader of Syria, Bashar al-Assad, who has performed an indispensable role for Russia in blocking any such massive expansion of Saudi and Qatari energy-traffic into Europe, and who has thus been a vital protector of Russia’s dominance in the European energy-market.
America’s aristocracy would be benefited in many ways from this changeover to Europe’s increasing dependence upon those Sunni Moslem nations, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, which have long been allied with U.S. oil companies, and away from the Shiite Moslem nation of Iran, and from Iran’s key backer, Russia.
The most important way that America’s aristocrats would benefit from the deal would be the continuance, for the indefinite future, of the U.S. dollar’s role as the international reserve currency, in which energy and energy-futures are traded. The Sunni nations are committed to continued dominance of the dollar, and Wall Street depends on that continuance. It’s also one of the reasons the U.S. Treasury’s sales of U.S. Federal debt around the world have been as successful as they have been. This also provides essential support to the U.S. Federal Reserve, and especially to the six Wall Street banks that do virtually all of the derivatives trading.
Furthermore, Obama’s effort to force the European Union to weaken their anti-global-warming standards so as to allow European imports of oil from the exceptionally carbon-gas-generating Athabasca Canada tar sands — which are approximately 40% owned by America’s Koch brothers, the rest owned by other U.S. and allied oil companies — would likewise reduce Europe’s current dependency upon Russian energy sources, at the same time as it would directly benefit U.S. energy-producers.Obama has been working hard for those oil companies to become enabled to sell such oil into Europe, turning the screws on Europe to weaken those standards.
And, finally, the extension of U.S. fracking technology into Ukraine, and perhaps ultimately even into some EU nations, where it has been strongly resisted by the residents, might likewise boost American oil firms and reduce the enormous flow of European cash into Russian Government coffers to pay for Russian gas (which doesn’t even require fracking).
In other words, the wars in both Syria and Ukraine are being fought basically in order to grab the European energy market, away from Russia, somewhat in the same way (though far more violently) as Iran’s share of that market was previously grabbed away by means of the U.S.-led sanctions against Iran. The current bombing campaigns in both Syria and Ukraine are directed specifically against Iran’s chief ally, Russia.

onsdag 29. oktober 2014

The first phase of Kiev offensive has begun

Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Rusvesna
"Adviser to the President of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko said on 'Cannel 5' that the truce in the East of the country was necessary for the manufacture of weapons and equipment, as well as for time to get military and financial aid from the West."
"The first phase of the planned operation has begun. In particular, the punishers troops try to block approaches to Donetsk to completely cut off the city from supplies. So far the militia successfully prevented these attempts in local fights and kept control over the approaches to the capital of the Republic, which ensure deliveries of humanitarian aid."
"Poroshenko himself, has said that neither he nor the command of the Ukrainian army never gave orders to shoot at human settlements. The same was reiterated by Ukrainian Defense Minister. If that is true, then the shelling of cities and towns in Donbass is the responsibility of illegal armed groups (IAG's). According to the norms of international law they should be disarmed or destroyed."
"The question of the need to curb the activity of IAG's that do not obey the orders of the Kiev needs to be discussed at the United Nations. "It is necessary to ask the UN to oblige the leadership of Ukraine within weeks to disarm the IAG's. If this does not happen, Russia has the right to send 'Iskanders' to firing points" - stated major General of Aviation and Hero of the Soviet Union, Aleksandr Rutskoy to the 'Special Correspondent' on Russian TV channel One."
http://ukrainecrisisanamericandisaster.blogspot.no/…/the-fi…
ukrainecrisisanamericandisaster.blogspot.com|Av Adam Baum

Poroshenko: the people in the Trade Unions House had to be burnt in order to stop the separatists

28.10.2014 in 17:44
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko made a sensational statement in the course of his visit to Odessa, having in fact justified the mass murder orchestrated by the Nazis in the Trade Unions House in May of this year.
According to him, in spite of the fact that “Odessa paid a very high price”, it was necessary in order “to see what would have happened if we had not stopped the attempt of the separatists”.
Poroshenko remarked, that Odessa is often called a “banderist” city these days.
“And there is no better compliment for Odessa in my opinion!», said he.
As you know, on May 2 “euro-integrators” murdered 48 people (according to the official data) in the Trade Unions House, and more than 200 people had been wounded.
However, in the aftermath of this event the city fell short of hundreds of activists.
Moreover, there is evidence that in the following night dozens of dead bodies were transported from the basement of the building.
Notably, neither the massacre itself, nor the actual justification of the bloody reprisal on behalf of Poroshenko were not condemned in the West.
http://novorossia.today/…/poroshenko-the-people-in-the-trad…
Poroshenko: the people in the Trade Unions House had to be burnt in order to stop the separatists
novorossia.today

tirsdag 28. oktober 2014

 Kiev in September 1941
 #Fascism in #Ukraine

On this terrible #photo you can see Kiev in September 1941. #Babi #Yar. A mother with her child in her arms few seconds before their death. A person in the SS uniform killed them both few seconds later. He was not a German, he was an Ukrainian from Zhitomir town, Ukraine. He served in a voluntary Galicia division (SS-Freiwilligen Division Galizien), and then from 1943 he took part in the activities of Einsatzgruppen (German for “special task forces” or mobile killing units).

How could we know such details? From him. That photo, his documents and dog tag were taken by the partisans from his dead body. The horrible photo was one of the most speaking proofs of the Nazi crimes during the Nuremberg judgment.

The most striking was that the photo was kept among his personal belongings, together with his family photos and letters. He kept it carefully as a souvenir, maybe for his family album. In his old age he would show that photo to his children and grandchildren and tell them proudly that he “fought courageously” for independent Ukraine when he was young…

The Germans killed the Jews, the Russians, the Belarusians and the Ukrainians and the Ukrainians killed the Jews, the Russians, the Belarusians and the Ukrainians too. The Germans did that with indifference and even with disgust as it was a “dirty job” which was not good for an Aryan supermen while the Ukrainians from Galicia and some regions of West Ukraine did that gladly, willingly and with pleasure.

Such nuance could not excuse the crimes of the Germans and the Ukrainians but this difference said a lot about the Ukrainians.
A few years ago I read a book translated from polish about the Volhynian massacre and the Bandera movement. From time to time such books were published in Poland for some time. In our country they were not published at all because of the so-called “friendship between the nations”.

One of the book’s chapters struck me most of all. It told about the Banderovites’ letters sent by them to their relatives, friends and fellow soldiers. In his letter one of the Banderovites wrote about the great future of Ukraine without the Jews and the Russians, told about the heart-to-heart disputes with his brother-soldiers about this and their dreams, recalled his favorite poem of some Ukrainian poet about the nature and home and then he described calmly how he raped and killed a ten-year-old girl. He wrote that with the same emotions and almost cordially. Then he wrote that he lay on her dead body smoking and thinking of a free Ukraine. The letter was continued with a tale about the camp that they set up with his friends and with the memories of his home and his old mother.
That book told about even more horrible letters but there were letters that almost did not describe the atrocities. But there was one very important point in that book. The Germans (not all of them) understood that they did evil but excused themselves pleading an idea, necessity, war, command orders. Even diehard Nazis looked for an excuse instinctively and subconsciously.

The Banderovites never looked for an excuse. The idea of evil never existed for them. They believed that to kill a Jew or a Russian was a very good thing. To kill a Jew, a Pole and a Russian was always a good thing for them. To kill an Ukrainian was an evil but to kill “the wrong sort” of Ukrainian (an Ukrainian who did not speak the Ukrainian language or spoke it with an accent of a certain kind, helped the Jews, the Russians, the Poles and felt sympathy for them) was a good thing.

Sometimes it was good for them to kill even “the right sort” of Ukrainian if this was for the freedom and for Ukraine. The Banderovites killed the large numbers of their own wounded fellow soldiers during the retreats and offensives as the wounded soldiers slowed down and prevented the movement of their units and groups.
When addressing his followers in Lvov / Lviv in 1941 and preparing them for their scaring “work”, Stepan Bandera told them the following words: “Only Ukraine, its freedom and its all-pure image are important for us. If you will ask me how many the Ukrainians you may kill and need to kill for Ukraine and its freedom, I answer you only that they should be left as many as it is necessary and needed.”
The above is directly related to the present days. Burning alive people in Odessa. Slavyansk that has turned into a ghost town. The killed women and children, shot down journalists, shot-down passenger airliner over Lugansk… All this shows that they have returned.
They are direct and ideological descendants of those who were the followers of Bandera, Shukhevich, Konovalets and others. We are in a very nasty situation because we have not understood the main thing – we are different, they differ from us clearly in their judgments of good and bad.

Yesterday I read the messages of two our Internet-users on somebody’s web page. They were writing desperately to the third user trying to prove him that NOBODY was able to shoot down the passenger airliner intentionally and that this really could not be true! They wrote that the Ukrainians shot down the airliner by mistake and could not do it intentionally, in cold blood and purposely.

We do not wish to believe that there are people, who are ready to kill their own nation, the people of a neighbouring country and all world through their hatred towards all that is non-Ukrainian.
The German soldiers and even the SS officers, who saw the concentration camps with their own eyes, wrote about the “inhuman hatred” in the eyes of the Banderovites. Today we see these eyes again and watch the Banderovites’s crimes. We look at them but don’t wish to see.

We are sorry for them: “Ill-fated people! They have been deceived! The winter will come and how they will jump, run and kill?”
Don’t care of them. Their hatred will warm them very good, even better than our gas. If it will not warm them, then they can set a house of their neighbour on fire and warm themselves near it raping his wife and killing his children at the same time.
They can demand a free gas from you and perhaps it will be given to them but after that they will kill you all the same. Just because of hatred.

We have made a dreadful mistake, and we’ll have to pay for it a top price. The Jews, who faced the Nazism, remember about it and keep it carefully in their memory. They take their children to the museums and concentration camps and show them EVERYTHING. They do not spare the children’s feelings. The children are obliged to know what Nazism is and why it must be eliminated.

A terrible evil that is much worse than Nazism was born close by us. The Banderovites are more stubborn, cruel-hearted and inhuman than the Nazis and more tenacious of life. But we preferred to forget about the Bandera movement and efface it from our mind. In order not to damage relations we did not open the museums and memorials, write necessary books about it, release necessary films and we did not grant a permission to speak of it to our old people who remembered all this.

Once my grandfather came home on the eve of the Victory day in tears. It was a shock for us as we did not expect this. Sometimes on the Victory day he might shed a tear or two on the sly but that day he wept bitterly and looked much older than he did…

Later he told us that on the school celebratory assembly, where he was invited as a war hero, veteran and an important member of the party, he tried to tell the schoolchildren about what he saw and observe in Ukrainian Kiev, Lvov / Lviv, Volhynia instead of the pompous stories about his fellow soldiers. He was not allowed to speak even for ten minutes. A teacher and a head of the teaching department turned him out of the school.

“How dare you?! The Ukrainians and the Ukrainian children can be present here!” they shouted at him.
The grandfather sobbed and told that we WERE OBLIGED to remember all this, to remember not only about the Banderovites’ crimes but also that they DIFFER FROM US.

“They differ from us”, told me my grandfather and he was afraid that they could return again.

At present Ukraine is under the Banderovites again. Before our very eyes they create a state and society in accordance with their monstrous dreams.

We look at this and don’t understand or rather don’t wish to understand that these people are able to commit any crime, do any dirty trick, use any act of violence.

When the people were burnt down in the Trade Union House in Odessa, we thought that nothing could be worse than that terrible crime. When Slavyansk town was razed and leveled to the ground from the Karachun mountain, we thought that nothing could be more inhuman. When the Malaysian airliner was shot down and fell from a height of 10 kilometres, we thought that nothing could be more mean. But my logic, mind as well as my grandfather’s memories told be that things could be worse. And they will be worse.

My grandfather, who died long ago, was right, and all we were wrong. 

We will understand this soon. I hope it will not be too late to stop the trouble.

Author, Alexandr Petrakov

On this terrible ‪ ‎photo‬ you can see Kiev in September 1941. Babi‬ ‪ ‎Yar‬. A mother with her child in her arms few seconds before their death. A person in the SS uniform killed them both few seconds later. He was not a German, he was an Ukrainian from Zhitomir town, Ukraine. He served in a voluntary Galicia division (SS-Freiwilligen Division Galizien), and then from 1943 he took part in the activities of Einsatzgruppen (German for “special task forces” or mobile killing units).
How could we know such details? From him. That photo, his documents and dog tag were taken by the partisans from his dead body. The horrible photo was one of the most speaking proofs of the Nazi crimes during the Nuremberg judgment.
The most striking was that the photo was kept among his personal belongings, together with his family photos and letters. He kept it carefully as a souvenir, maybe for his family album. In his old age he would show that photo to his children and grandchildren and tell them proudly that he “fought courageously” for independent Ukraine when he was young…
The Germans killed the Jews, the Russians, the Belarusians and the Ukrainians and the Ukrainians killed the Jews, the Russians, the Belarusians and the Ukrainians too. The Germans did that with indifference and even with disgust as it was a “dirty job” which was not good for an Aryan supermen while the Ukrainians from Galicia and some regions of West Ukraine did that gladly, willingly and with pleasure.

Such nuance could not excuse the crimes of the Germans and the Ukrainians but this difference said a lot about the Ukrainians.
A few years ago I read a book translated from polish about the Volhynian massacre and the Bandera movement. From time to time such books were published in Poland for some time. In our country they were not published at all because of the so-called “friendship between the nations”.

One of the book’s chapters struck me most of all. It told about the Banderovites’ letters sent by them to their relatives, friends and fellow soldiers. In his letter one of the Banderovites wrote about the great future of Ukraine without the Jews and the Russians, told about the heart-to-heart disputes with his brother-soldiers about this and their dreams, recalled his favorite poem of some Ukrainian poet about the nature and home and then he described calmly how he raped and killed a ten-year-old girl. He wrote that with the same emotions and almost cordially. Then he wrote that he lay on her dead body smoking and thinking of a free Ukraine. The letter was continued with a tale about the camp that they set up with his friends and with the memories of his home and his old mother.
That book told about even more horrible letters but there were letters that almost did not describe the atrocities. But there was one very important point in that book. The Germans (not all of them) understood that they did evil but excused themselves pleading an idea, necessity, war, command orders. Even diehard Nazis looked for an excuse instinctively and subconsciously.
The Banderovites never looked for an excuse. The idea of evil never existed for them. They believed that to kill a Jew or a Russian was a very good thing. To kill a Jew, a Pole and a Russian was always a good thing for them. To kill an Ukrainian was an evil but to kill “the wrong sort” of Ukrainian (an Ukrainian who did not speak the Ukrainian language or spoke it with an accent of a certain kind, helped the Jews, the Russians, the Poles and felt sympathy for them) was a good thing.
Sometimes it was good for them to kill even “the right sort” of Ukrainian if this was for the freedom and for Ukraine. The Banderovites killed the large numbers of their own wounded fellow soldiers during the retreats and offensives as the wounded soldiers slowed down and prevented the movement of their units and groups.

When addressing his followers in Lvov / Lviv in 1941 and preparing them for their scaring “work”, Stepan Bandera told them the following words: “Only Ukraine, its freedom and its all-pure image are important for us. If you will ask me how many the Ukrainians you may kill and need to kill for Ukraine and its freedom, I answer you only that they should be left as many as it is necessary and needed.”

The above is directly related to the present days. Burning alive people in Odessa. Slavyansk that has turned into a ghost town. The killed women and children, shot down journalists, shot-down passenger airliner over Lugansk… All this shows that they have returned.
They are direct and ideological descendants of those who were the followers of Bandera, Shukhevich, Konovalets and others. We are in a very nasty situation because we have not understood the main thing – we are different, they differ from us clearly in their judgments of good and bad.
Yesterday I read the messages of two our Internet-users on somebody’s web page. They were writing desperately to the third user trying to prove him that NOBODY was able to shoot down the passenger airliner intentionally and that this really could not be true! They wrote that the Ukrainians shot down the airliner by mistake and could not do it intentionally, in cold blood and purposely.
We do not wish to believe that there are people, who are ready to kill their own nation, the people of a neighbouring country and all world through their hatred towards all that is non-Ukrainian.
The German soldiers and even the SS officers, who saw the concentration camps with their own eyes, wrote about the “inhuman hatred” in the eyes of the Banderovites. Today we see these eyes again and watch the Banderovites’s crimes. We look at them but don’t wish to see.
We are sorry for them: “Ill-fated people! They have been deceived! The winter will come and how they will jump, run and kill?”
Don’t care of them. Their hatred will warm them very good, even better than our gas. If it will not warm them, then they can set a house of their neighbour on fire and warm themselves near it raping his wife and killing his children at the same time.
They can demand a free gas from you and perhaps it will be given to them but after that they will kill you all the same. Just because of hatred.

We have made a dreadful mistake, and we’ll have to pay for it a top price. The Jews, who faced the Nazism, remember about it and keep it carefully in their memory. They take their children to the museums and concentration camps and show them EVERYTHING. They do not spare the children’s feelings. The children are obliged to know what Nazism is and why it must be eliminated.
A terrible evil that is much worse than Nazism was born close by us. The Banderovites are more stubborn, cruel-hearted and inhuman than the Nazis and more tenacious of life. But we preferred to forget about the Bandera movement and efface it from our mind. In order not to damage relations we did not open the museums and memorials, write necessary books about it, release necessary films and we did not grant a permission to speak of it to our old people who remembered all this.

Once my grandfather came home on the eve of the Victory day in tears. It was a shock for us as we did not expect this. Sometimes on the Victory day he might shed a tear or two on the sly but that day he wept bitterly and looked much older than he did…
Later he told us that on the school celebratory assembly, where he was invited as a war hero, veteran and an important member of the party, he tried to tell the schoolchildren about what he saw and observe in Ukrainian Kiev, Lvov / Lviv, Volhynia instead of the pompous stories about his fellow soldiers. He was not allowed to speak even for ten minutes. A teacher and a head of the teaching department turned him out of the school.

“How dare you?! The Ukrainians and the Ukrainian children can be present here!” they shouted at him.
The grandfather sobbed and told that we WERE OBLIGED to remember all this, to remember not only about the Banderovites’ crimes but also that they DIFFER FROM US.
“They differ from us”, told me my grandfather and he was afraid that they could return again.
At present Ukraine is under the Banderovites again. Before our very eyes they create a state and society in accordance with their monstrous dreams.
We look at this and don’t understand or rather don’t wish to understand that these people are able to commit any crime, do any dirty trick, use any act of violence.
When the people were burnt down in the Trade Union House in Odessa, we thought that nothing could be worse than that terrible crime. When Slavyansk town was razed and leveled to the ground from the Karachun mountain, we thought that nothing could be more inhuman. When the Malaysian airliner was shot down and fell from a height of 10 kilometres, we thought that nothing could be more mean. But my logic, mind as well as my grandfather’s memories told be that things could be worse. And they will be worse.

My grandfather, who died long ago, was right, and all we were wrong.
We will understand this soon. I hope it will not be too late to stop the trouble.
Author, Alexandr Petrakov
#Fascism in #Ukraine

On this terrible #photo you can see Kiev in September 1941. #Babi #Yar. A mother with her child in her arms few seconds before their death. A person in the SS uniform killed them both few seconds later. He was not a German, he was an Ukrainian from Zhitomir town, Ukraine. He served in a voluntary Galicia division (SS-Freiwilligen Division Galizien), and then from 1943 he took part in the activities of Einsatzgruppen (German for “special task forces” or mobile killing units).

How could we know such details? From him. That photo, his documents and dog tag were taken by the partisans from his dead body. The horrible photo was one of the most speaking proofs of the Nazi crimes during the Nuremberg judgment.

The most striking was that the photo was kept among his personal belongings, together with his family photos and letters. He kept it carefully as a souvenir, maybe for his family album. In his old age he would show that photo to his children and grandchildren and tell them proudly that he “fought courageously” for independent Ukraine when he was young…

The Germans killed the Jews, the Russians, the Belarusians and the Ukrainians and the Ukrainians killed the Jews, the Russians, the Belarusians and the Ukrainians too. The Germans did that with indifference and even with disgust as it was a “dirty job” which was not good for an Aryan supermen while the Ukrainians from Galicia and some regions of West Ukraine did that gladly, willingly and with pleasure.

Such nuance could not excuse the crimes of the Germans and the Ukrainians but this difference said a lot about the Ukrainians.
A few years ago I read a book translated from polish about the Volhynian massacre and the Bandera movement. From time to time such books were published in Poland for some time. In our country they were not published at all because of the so-called “friendship between the nations”.

One of the book’s chapters struck me most of all. It told about the Banderovites’ letters sent by them to their relatives, friends and fellow soldiers. In his letter one of the Banderovites wrote about the great future of Ukraine without the Jews and the Russians, told about the heart-to-heart disputes with his brother-soldiers about this and their dreams, recalled his favorite poem of some Ukrainian poet about the nature and home and then he described calmly how he raped and killed a ten-year-old girl. He wrote that with the same emotions and almost cordially. Then he wrote that he lay on her dead body smoking and thinking of a free Ukraine. The letter was continued with a tale about the camp that they set up with his friends and with the memories of his home and his old mother.
That book told about even more horrible letters but there were letters that almost did not describe the atrocities. But there was one very important point in that book. The Germans (not all of them) understood that they did evil but excused themselves pleading an idea, necessity, war, command orders. Even diehard Nazis looked for an excuse instinctively and subconsciously.

The Banderovites never looked for an excuse. The idea of evil never existed for them. They believed that to kill a Jew or a Russian was a very good thing. To kill a Jew, a Pole and a Russian was always a good thing for them. To kill an Ukrainian was an evil but to kill “the wrong sort” of Ukrainian (an Ukrainian who did not speak the Ukrainian language or spoke it with an accent of a certain kind, helped the Jews, the Russians, the Poles and felt sympathy for them) was a good thing.

Sometimes it was good for them to kill even “the right sort” of Ukrainian if this was for the freedom and for Ukraine. The Banderovites killed the large numbers of their own wounded fellow soldiers during the retreats and offensives as the wounded soldiers slowed down and prevented the movement of their units and groups.
When addressing his followers in Lvov / Lviv in 1941 and preparing them for their scaring “work”, Stepan Bandera told them the following words: “Only Ukraine, its freedom and its all-pure image are important for us. If you will ask me how many the Ukrainians you may kill and need to kill for Ukraine and its freedom, I answer you only that they should be left as many as it is necessary and needed.”
The above is directly related to the present days. Burning alive people in Odessa. Slavyansk that has turned into a ghost town. The killed women and children, shot down journalists, shot-down passenger airliner over Lugansk… All this shows that they have returned.
They are direct and ideological descendants of those who were the followers of Bandera, Shukhevich, Konovalets and others. We are in a very nasty situation because we have not understood the main thing – we are different, they differ from us clearly in their judgments of good and bad.

Yesterday I read the messages of two our Internet-users on somebody’s web page. They were writing desperately to the third user trying to prove him that NOBODY was able to shoot down the passenger airliner intentionally and that this really could not be true! They wrote that the Ukrainians shot down the airliner by mistake and could not do it intentionally, in cold blood and purposely.

We do not wish to believe that there are people, who are ready to kill their own nation, the people of a neighbouring country and all world through their hatred towards all that is non-Ukrainian.
The German soldiers and even the SS officers, who saw the concentration camps with their own eyes, wrote about the “inhuman hatred” in the eyes of the Banderovites. Today we see these eyes again and watch the Banderovites’s crimes. We look at them but don’t wish to see.

We are sorry for them: “Ill-fated people! They have been deceived! The winter will come and how they will jump, run and kill?”
Don’t care of them. Their hatred will warm them very good, even better than our gas. If it will not warm them, then they can set a house of their neighbour on fire and warm themselves near it raping his wife and killing his children at the same time.
They can demand a free gas from you and perhaps it will be given to them but after that they will kill you all the same. Just because of hatred.

We have made a dreadful mistake, and we’ll have to pay for it a top price. The Jews, who faced the Nazism, remember about it and keep it carefully in their memory. They take their children to the museums and concentration camps and show them EVERYTHING. They do not spare the children’s feelings. The children are obliged to know what Nazism is and why it must be eliminated.

A terrible evil that is much worse than Nazism was born close by us. The Banderovites are more stubborn, cruel-hearted and inhuman than the Nazis and more tenacious of life. But we preferred to forget about the Bandera movement and efface it from our mind. In order not to damage relations we did not open the museums and memorials, write necessary books about it, release necessary films and we did not grant a permission to speak of it to our old people who remembered all this.

Once my grandfather came home on the eve of the Victory day in tears. It was a shock for us as we did not expect this. Sometimes on the Victory day he might shed a tear or two on the sly but that day he wept bitterly and looked much older than he did…

Later he told us that on the school celebratory assembly, where he was invited as a war hero, veteran and an important member of the party, he tried to tell the schoolchildren about what he saw and observe in Ukrainian Kiev, Lvov / Lviv, Volhynia instead of the pompous stories about his fellow soldiers. He was not allowed to speak even for ten minutes. A teacher and a head of the teaching department turned him out of the school.

“How dare you?! The Ukrainians and the Ukrainian children can be present here!” they shouted at him.
The grandfather sobbed and told that we WERE OBLIGED to remember all this, to remember not only about the Banderovites’ crimes but also that they DIFFER FROM US.

“They differ from us”, told me my grandfather and he was afraid that they could return again.

At present Ukraine is under the Banderovites again. Before our very eyes they create a state and society in accordance with their monstrous dreams.

We look at this and don’t understand or rather don’t wish to understand that these people are able to commit any crime, do any dirty trick, use any act of violence.

When the people were burnt down in the Trade Union House in Odessa, we thought that nothing could be worse than that terrible crime. When Slavyansk town was razed and leveled to the ground from the Karachun mountain, we thought that nothing could be more inhuman. When the Malaysian airliner was shot down and fell from a height of 10 kilometres, we thought that nothing could be more mean. But my logic, mind as well as my grandfather’s memories told be that things could be worse. And they will be worse.

My grandfather, who died long ago, was right, and all we were wrong. 

We will understand this soon. I hope it will not be too late to stop the trouble.

Author, Alexandr Petrakov

mandag 27. oktober 2014

Fort Russ: Nikolaev Republic Underground Address



Nikolaev "Republic" Underground Address

October 26, 2014

Nikolaev Republic
Nikolaev has its own underground structure with a coordination center. It includes two elements: civil and military resistance. Currently the first element is engaged in propaganda work with the population and actions such as painting posters. Since Nikolaev anti-maidan was prepared in advance to go underground, the people have been trained. With regard to the combat element, its preparation and testing including fighting in Donbass, too, have been completed. However, it is not yet active, its time has not come yet. Its main task is the collection of intelligence.

How do you think we know so much about Merikov, the first and the second? That Bogomaz is Yatsenyuk's person? That now courts are thoroughly cleaning archives, even though we scanned everything a long time ago. We know how much takes the Chief of Zavodskoy Police department with a beautiful Ukrainian last name Pokidko. We know about the district judge Androshyuk, and a host of other judges. We know the area and who took how many bribes, who was engaged in racketeering in favor of Maidan. Know who, through the banks, took elderly people's housing and threw them out on a street. We know how many heavy weapons are in the city and the suburbs, aware that artillery is facing the town, know that the miserable want to blow up the bridges. Know about the rotation, about constant movement of railway trains ...

We know how to run the plants, and what's needed to do that. We know that the vast majority of Nikolaev inhabitants do not support Kiev junta, even though it is clear to anyone who rides public transport or goes to the city market ...

We were taught how to find whats really useful out of mountains of information. We are now united in a system. And when we have to take control of the city in our hands, we will know what to do. We will not stay idle, and if we can succeed in preventing terrorist attacks, which are planned by Kiev junta, we will not loose power, or electricity, or water, or deliveries of products.

To all the 'tourists' who sitting on the couch shout that Nikolaev supports the Nazis, I recommend to stroll around Vodopoi, Raketnaja Rosha or Namyv in the evening ... If you are in downtown the cops are forced to protect you, in the rest of the city you are one on one with the locals, so try to prove to them that they are in favour of genocide of the Russian people.

Yes, we use physical methods on the most active enemies. But some of the facts you will really never learn about. As an example are two fighter pilots who bombed Donbass, and then suddenly "committed suicide". After May 2nd we are not timid about our methods.

However, we do not suffer hatred to those who speak Ukrainian. Not only we have a lot of such people on our team, starting with the deputy commander of  "Berkut", who now fights in Donbass, led by Motorola, and ending with a girl who translates fliers into Ukrainian.

I don't want to say that everything that was done in Nikolaev, was done just by our group. There are quite a few people who just cannot sit idly by waiting for miraculous deliverance. We ask them: take care of yourselves! When the junta will be thrown out of our city of shipbuilders, we will all need GOOD people who haven't forgotten about honor and conscience.

Nikolaev continues to resist, the townspeople see it in the form of inscriptions and splashes on the posters. Raguli (junta) see this as physical injuries of different severity. Authorities have to contain an army of 'security contractors' to somehow provide a visibility of order in Nikolaev.

But there's another observation: people not hiding, not whispering, openly discussing the increasingly difficult living conditions, that the war unleashed by the Nazis murdered peaceful residents, regardless of what language they spoke. People see more signs "For rent" and "For sale". Trade has almost stopped, and against this backdrop, released drug addicts and petty criminals are plundering the population. Public lynchings have already become common.
Novorossia has created an army, a real army, not just a militia. Of course, without those who had sacrificed their lives first, having lost their homes, and those who have lost relatives, without these heroes there would be no army. The army is too, a system, it needs to be built, but most of all it needs human resources. In Novorossia, there are not only the citizens of Donbass or volunteers from other countries. In the army there are residents of Odessa, Kharkov and Dnepropetrovsk, lots of people from Galicia, there is no town of the former Ukraine, whose inhabitants did not shed their blood for Donbass region, for freedom, for democracy, for the future without fascism.
Why there is no offensive? Because time was needed to built an army, among other things, to rebuild infrastructure, destroyed by ukrops. A new society is forming. The issues of the banking system are being dealt with. And much more.
But no one forgets that Novorossia is not only Donbass, we remember the cities remaining under occupation. The townspeople of occupied cities fear of similar fate as Donbass, and hesitate to move to action. Well, we are forced to wait. This is one of the reasons why there is no offensive. Donbass took the brunt of the fascist blow, here they are and will remain in the ground, and by spring, Novorossia will rise!
This is the visible part of the iceberg. We are here, we are in the city, we are ready and we are waiting ...
Translated by Kristina Rus