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    Ukraine crisis: the neo-Nazi brigade fighting pro-Russian separatists
    Kiev throws paramilitaries – some openly neo-Nazi - into the front of the battle with rebels

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/ukraine/11025137/Ukraine-crisis-the-neo-Nazi-brigade-fighting-pro-Russian-separatists.html
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    Post  Jenetta on Mon Aug 11, 2014 9:07 pm

    NYT Discovers Ukraine’s Neo-Nazis at War

    August 10, 2014
    by Robert Parry

    Exclusive: Throughout the Ukraine crisis, the U.S. State Department and mainstream media have downplayed the role of neo-Nazis in the U.S.-backed Kiev regime, an inconvenient truth that is surfacing again as right-wing storm troopers fly neo-Nazi banners as they attack in the east, Robert Parry reports.

    The New York Times reported almost in passing on Sunday that the Ukrainian government’s offensive against ethnic Russian rebels in the east has unleashed far-right paramilitary militias that have even raised a neo-Nazi banner over the conquered town of Marinka, just west of the rebel stronghold of Donetsk.

    That might seem like a big story – a U.S.-backed military operation, which has inflicted thousands of mostly civilian casualties, is being spearheaded by neo-Nazis. But the consistent pattern of the mainstream U.S. news media has been – since the start of the Ukraine crisis – to white-out the role of Ukraine’s brown-shirts.

    Only occasionally is the word “neo-Nazi” mentioned and usually in the context of dismissing this inconvenient truth as “Russian propaganda.” Yet the reality has been that neo-Nazis played a key role in the violent overthrow of elected President Viktor Yanukovych last February as well as in the subsequent coup regime holding power in Kiev and now in the eastern offensive.

    On Sunday, a Times article by Andrew E. Kramer mentioned the emerging neo-Nazi paramilitary role in the final three paragraphs:

    “The fighting for Donetsk has taken on a lethal pattern: The regular army bombards separatist positions from afar, followed by chaotic, violent assaults by some of the half-dozen or so paramilitary groups surrounding Donetsk who are willing to plunge into urban combat.

    “Officials in Kiev say the militias and the army coordinate their actions, but the militias, which count about 7,000 fighters, are angry and, at times, uncontrollable. One known as Azov, which took over the village of Marinka, flies a neo-Nazi symbol resembling a Swastika as its flag.

    “In pressing their advance, the fighters took their orders from a local army commander, rather than from Kiev. In the video of the attack, no restraint was evident. Gesturing toward a suspected pro-Russian position, one soldier screamed, ‘The bastards are right there!’ Then he opened fire.”

    In other words, the neo-Nazi militias that surged to the front of anti-Yanukovych protests last February have now been organized as shock troops dispatched to kill ethnic Russians in the east – and they are operating so openly that they hoist a Swastika-like neo-Nazi flag over one conquered village with a population of about 10,000.

    Burying this information at the end of a long article is also typical of how the Times and other U.S. mainstream news outlets have dealt with the neo-Nazi problem in the past. When the reality gets mentioned, it usually requires a reader knowing much about Ukraine’s history and reading between the lines of a U.S. news account.

    For instance, last April 6, the New York Times published a human-interest profile of a Ukrainian nationalist named Yuri Marchuk who was wounded in the uprising against Yanukovych in February. If you read deep into the story, you learn that Marchuk was a leader of the right-wing Svoboda from Lviv, which – if you did your own research – you would discover is a neo-Nazi stronghold where Ukrainian nationalists hold torch-light parades in honor of World War II Nazi collaborator Stepan Bandera.

    Without providing that context, the Times does mention that Lviv militants plundered a government arsenal and dispatched 600 militants a day to Kiev’s Maidan square to do battle with the police. Marchuk also described how these well-organized militants, consisting of paramilitary brigades of 100 fighters each, launched the fateful attack against the police on Feb. 20, the battle where Marchuk was wounded and where the death toll suddenly spiked into scores of protesters and about a dozen police.

    Marchuk later said he visited his comrades at the occupied City Hall. What the Times doesn’t mention is that City Hall was festooned with Nazi banners and even a Confederate battle flag as a tribute to white supremacy.

    The Times touched on the inconvenient neo-Nazi truth again on April 12 in an article about the mysterious death of neo-Nazi leader Oleksandr Muzychko, who was killed during a shootout with police on March 24. The article quoted a local Right Sektor leader, Roman Koval, explaining the crucial role of his organization in carrying out the anti-Yanukovych coup.

    “Ukraine’s February revolution, said Mr. Koval, would never have happened without Right Sector and other militant groups,” the Times wrote.

    Burning Insects

    The brutality of these neo-Nazis surfaced again on May 2 when right-wing toughs in Odessa attacked an encampment of ethnic Russian protesters driving them into a trade union building which was then set on fire with Molotov cocktails. As the building was engulfed in flames, some people who tried to flee were chased and beaten, while those trapped inside heard the Ukrainian nationalists liken them to black-and-red-striped potato beetles called Colorados, because those colors are used in pro-Russian ribbons.

    “Burn, Colorado, burn” went the chant.

    As the fire worsened, those dying inside were serenaded with the taunting singing of the Ukrainian national anthem. The building also was spray-painted with Swastika-like symbols and graffiti reading “Galician SS,” a reference to the Ukrainian nationalist army that fought alongside the German Nazi SS in World War II, killing Russians on the eastern front.

    The death by fire of dozens of people in Odessa recalled a World War II incident in 1944 when elements of a Galician SS police regiment took part in the massacre of the Polish village of Huta Pieniacka, which had been a refuge for Jews and was protected by Russian and Polish partisans. Attacked by a mixed force of Ukrainian police and German soldiers on Feb. 28, 1944, hundreds of townspeople were massacred, including many locked in barns that were set ablaze.

    The legacy of World War II – especially the bitter fight between Ukrainian nationalists from the west and ethnic Russians from the east seven decades ago – is never far from the surface in Ukrainian politics. One of the heroes celebrated during the Maidan protests in Kiev was Nazi collaborator Stepan Bandera, whose name was honored in many banners including one on a podium where Sen. John McCain voiced support for the uprising to oust Yanukovych, whose political base was among ethnic Russians in eastern Ukraine.

    During World War II, Bandera headed the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists-B, a radical paramilitary movement that sought to transform Ukraine into a racially pure state. OUN-B took part in the expulsion and extermination of thousands of Jews and Poles.

    Though most of the Maidan protesters in 2013-14 appeared motivated by anger over political corruption and by a desire to join the European Union, neo-Nazis made up a significant number and surged to the front during the seizure of government buildings and the climatic clashes with police.

    In the days after the Feb. 22 coup, as the neo-Nazi militias effectively controlled the government, European and U.S. diplomats scrambled to help the shaken parliament put together the semblance of a respectable regime, although at least four ministries, including national security, were awarded to the right-wing extremists in recognition of their crucial role in ousting Yanukovych.

    As extraordinary as it was for a modern European state to hand ministries over to neo-Nazis, virtually the entire U.S. news media cooperated in playing down the neo-Nazi role. Stories in the U.S. media delicately step around this neo-Nazi reality by keeping out relevant context, such as the background of coup regime’s national security chief Andriy Parubiy, who founded the Social-National Party of Ukraine in 1991, blending radical Ukrainian nationalism with neo-Nazi symbols. Parubiy was commandant of the Maidan’s “self-defense forces.”

    Last April, as the Kiev regime launched its “anti-terrorist operation” against the ethnic Russians in the east, Parubiy announced that his right-wing paramilitary forces, incorporated as National Guard units, would lead the way. On April 15, Parubiy went on Twitter to declare, “Reserve unit of National Guard formed #Maidan Self-defense volunteers was sent to the front line this morning.” (Parubiy resigned from his post this past week for unexplained reasons.)

    Now, however, as the Ukrainian military tightens its noose around the remaining rebel strongholds, battering them with artillery fire and aerial bombardments, thousands of neo-Nazi militia members are again pressing to the front as fiercely motivated fighters determined to kill as many ethnic Russians as they can. It is a remarkable story but one that the mainstream U.S. news media would prefer not to notice.

    http://consortiumnews.com/2014/08/10/nyt-discovers-ukraines-neo-nazis-at-war/

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    Post  Sanicle on Thu Aug 28, 2014 5:15 pm

    An international group named 'Human Rights Watch' give their lives to 'on the ground' investigation of the abuse of human rights around the world to gather facts and reveal the truth about who is doing what. Here's their carefully compiled report confirming the Ukraine government's troops are responsible for the civilian casualties in Donetsk, including interviews with civilians involved.


    Ukraine: Unguided Rockets Killing Civilians
    Stop Use of Grads in Populated Areas
    July 24, 2014

    (Donetsk) – Unguided Grad rockets launched apparently by Ukrainian government forces and pro-government militias have killed at least 16 civilians and wounded many more in insurgent-controlled areas of Donetsk and its suburbs in at least four attacks between July 12 and 21, 2014, Human Rights Watch said today.

    The use of indiscriminate rockets in populated areas violates international humanitarian law, or the laws of war, and may amount to war crimes.

    Grads are unguided rockets that cannot be targeted accurately, and are often fired in salvos from multi-barrel rocket launchers to saturate a wide area. Human Rights Watch called on all parties to the conflict in eastern Ukraine, particularly Ukrainian government forces, to stop using Grad rockets in or near populated areas because of the likelihood of killing and wounding civilians. Insurgent forces should minimize the risk to civilians under their control by avoiding deploying forces and weapons in densely populated areas............

    Anti-Kiev insurgent forces started asserting control over Donetsk, a city in eastern Ukraine with a population of almost one million, in April. Because of security concerns, Human Rights Watch was unable to determine first-hand the impact of the Grad attacks on insurgent forces and installations.

    Both Ukrainian government and insurgent forces have recently used Grad rockets. Although Ukrainian government officials and the press service of the National Guard have denied using Grad rockets in Donetsk, a Human Rights Watch investigation on the ground strongly indicates that Ukrainian government forces were responsible for the attacks that occurred between July 12 and 21.

    The four attacks took place close to the front line between insurgent and government forces. Impact craters on the ground and on buildings investigated by Human Rights Watch were characteristic of rocket attacks, not shelling. In all four cases, the angle and shape of the craters, and the fact that they were on the side of buildings facing the front line, strongly suggests that the rockets came from the direction of Ukrainian government forces or pro-Kiev armed groups. The attacks’ proximity to the front line also makes it unlikely, and in some cases impossible, that insurgent forces were responsible for the attacks. In two of the attacks, rockets hit on or near insurgent bases and checkpoints at the same time as they hit residential areas, indicating government forces were responsible.

    For more, see here: http://www.hrw.org/news/2014/07/24/ukraine-unguided-rockets-killing-civilians

    (I'm quite impressed with this group. To view more of the work they do around the world, view their financial report .pdf for 2013 here: http://www.hrw.org/sites/default/files/related_material/2013-annnual-report.pdf )
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    Donetsk Militia Captured Ukrainian Files w Important War Crimes Info (names, targets) - Eng Subs

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    I will not post photos here but Ukrainian fascists started cutting off heads of captured soldiers. 2 wooden boxes, with heads inside, were sent to the victims' mothers.
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    Post  Jenetta on Tue Sep 16, 2014 11:41 pm

    It sickens me that our Prime Minister Harper invites Poroshenko to address Parliament tomorrow.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/john-baird-announces-more-sanctions-against-russia-1.2767872

    While the war against eastern Ukraine was raging elections were held and Petro Poroshenko was elected President. It turns out that Poroshenko, was exposed by a leaked diplomatic cable released by Wikileaks in 2008 as having worked as a mole for the U.S. State Department since 2006. They referred to him as "Our Ukraine insider" and much of the cable referred to information that he was providing. (A separate cable showed that the U.S. knew Poroshenko was corrupt even at that point.)

    http://scgnews.com/the-geopolitics-of-world-war-iii


    We also have a Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird who reminds one of a pitbull in his foreign policy stance overseas.

    So now these neo Nazis in Kiev have taken to beheading soldiers they capture from the towns of South Eastern Ukraine eh Burgundia?  Canada, NATO and the U.S. are all party to this horror in funding these monsters in Ukraine as they do in Iraq and Syria.
    Apparently Harper and his Cabinet has sent delegates from Canada to "spin" the mainstream media in Ukraine as well.  He is quite shameful and I hope along with many in Canada that we see the last of him in the Canadian election in Sept/October 2015.

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    Pro-Kiev forces supporting ISIS.

    #USA, here's your boys! US gov't supports the National guard private mercenary army in #Ukraine who now support ISIS!

    The black and red flag is the flag of the Bandera pro Nazi movement in western Ukraine in WWII. Now they have added ISIS symbols because ISIS wants to attack #Russia. They have been murdering innocent civilians in eastern Ukraine for months.

    Nazis and Jihadists at the same time, and US supports them against the militia in eastern Ukraine fighting for their independence.

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    Post  burgundia on Fri Sep 19, 2014 9:38 am

    http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2014/07/23/european-killers-enjoy-fascist-safari-in-ukraine.html

    The self-defense forces of the Donetsk People’s Republic reported the elimination of two enemy’s block posts in the area of Donetsk in the first half of July. According to their Minister of Defense Igor Strelkov, one of them was defended by people in NATO combat fatigue who were foreign passport holders.

    It’s not only the hired personnel of Western private military contractors who do their job by killing for money. There are also people who go to Ukraine to get pleasure and are ready to pay for it.

    Stan Patton, soldier of fortune, Blackwater, shares a quotation in his Twitter saying what the prices are: a shot of howitzers - $ 100 from the tank - $ 200, a shot in the village is priced at U.S. $ 350…

    The Kiev regime converts the battle area into an entertainment place – firing range for blood thirsty foreign tourists, the government is even involved in advertising business. The clients don’t hide their passion for this kind of fun and even show it off. Here are some of the. Mikael Skillt is a Swedish sniper, with seven years' experience in the Swedish Army and the Swedish National Guard. He is currently fighting with the Azov Battalion, a pro-Ukrainian volunteer armed group in eastern Ukraine. He is known to be dangerous to the rebels: reportedly there is a bounty of nearly $7,000 (£4,090; 5,150 euros) on his head. Don. Francesco Fontana - one of several hundred Western adventurers who flew to Ukraine and said in his video that he always dreamed to have a chance to kill people without responsibility.

    Italian IL Giornale correspondent Fausto Biloslavo writes that foreigners are welcome to join the battalion of Azov established by Ukrainian homosexual MP Oleg Lyashko. There are volunteers from Italy, Sweden. Finland, Norway, France and Baltic States. International rabble gets on Ukraine thanks to the skillful recruiter - 46-year-old Frenchman Gaston Besson. He advertises on the Internet with an offer to take part in the bloody «safari» in Ukraine. «We invite you to join a battalion of Azov. No payment. We are ready to meet you in Kiev. From you I need information about your family and social situation. Let us know if you are ready to participate in the battles themselves, or will train young soldiers. Upon arrival in Kiev, you will get the contact number of our English-speaking employee. Sleeping, eating, and so on - on our base in the south-east», - said the ad. A native of Mexico, he served in the French commando and special forces in Southeast Asia. Member of three coups and two wars. Laos, Burma, Suriname... In 1991, the same mercenary killed Serbs in Croatia, then - in Bosnia.

    «People come from many different countries. Finland, Norway, Sweden, England, France, Italy... We do not take the fanatics and extremists. We need people with military experience, professionals. We are not for NATO or for the European Union; we have no interest in politics. Every day I get about 15 letters from those who want to come to Ukraine to fight. We all understand that there is a war, and every day you can be hurt or killed», - says Gaston Besson.

    The U.S. attracts these masters of dirty work to all the hot spots - Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria. The presence of American advisers in Ukraine is accompanied by the appearance of foreign mercenaries and the south-east part of the country.

    Gaston says he is not a mercenary, or even a secret agent. He is not hiding. He sees himself as a revolutionary and an idealist having gone through two war and the uprisings in Croatia, Bosnia, Burma, Laos and Surinam. It’s his experience in former Yugoslavia that is important. It gives clue to what is done and why in Ukraine. Twenty years ago Yugoslavia was partitioned.

    Back then, the Sunday Mirror did the same thing its Italian colleagues do today. Some advertisements of a tourist company were published and repeated in neo-fascist outlets and Internet. The hunting tours were arranged by British mercenaries with combat experience in Croatia. They were reported to launch branches in Munich and Zagreb and the business was flourishing.

    Europeans were offered to hunt civilians in Serbian Krajina and Croatia. The price was $3000 (1995). Hunters were offered bullet-proof jackets, ammunition and rifles with optical guidance. Hunters – «international brigades of Croatian army» guaranteed security. Rape and plundering were offered for special pay. The clients were mainly ethnic Croats from Australia, Germany, Canada, Switzerland and Austria, as well as European felons and Neo-Nazi. Gaston Besson started his business and combat experience there to continue to do what he likes most in Ukraine now.

    What do these war dogs need? The Croatian army and the Ukrainian military don’t put them on the payroll. But in Croatia the «international brigades warriors» got booty making many of them rich in no time. In 1994 the war was raging. German police was involved in investigations trying to find out how come this had nothings before the war all of a sudden started to buy land, equity, establish companies employing European neo-fascists. It was an open secret: plundering and arms trade and drug dealings.

    What did Croats need mercenaries for? They almost made no contribution as fighters. They were needed for the very same thing the Ukrainian regime needs them now. Hunting and shooting does bring in certain profit. But it’s not the main thing. They protect the officials from accusations of being involved in genocide. The government can say the regular armed forces are not involved in plundering and expulsions. 20 years ago European politicians approached Former Croatian Foreign Minister Mate Granić with demands to stop ethnic cleansing and providing the people with opportunity to get back home. Back then he smiled and said that the responsibility lied with «private» people from Europe who were not members of regular military.
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    Please send the following two links to all your friends, contacts, social media, mailing lists, etc. to help us demand an investigation in these, and many other, events in Junta-controlled Ukraine:
    http://vineyardsaker.blogspot.it



    http://russia-insider.com/en/tv_politics_ukraine_media_watch/2014/09/30/05-20-56pm/busted_viral_video_ids_man_committing_atrocity

    http://russia-insider.com/en/politics_ukraine_opinion_media_watch/2014/09/30/07-17-31pm/wests_ignorance_ukraine_atrocities
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    Media Coverup on Atrocities and Crimes against Humanity in East Ukraine. Mass Graves near Donetsk

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/media-coverup-on-atrocities-and-crimes-against-humanity-in-east-ukraine-mass-graves-near-donetsk/5405198
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    Ukrainian fascists killing civilians

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    Victims found in mass graves in Ukraine lack internal organs

    On the outskirts of Donetsk, militia fighters discovered new mass graves of civilians. Representatives of the People’s Republic of Donetsk believe that the civilians were killed by National Guard soldiers, as the Ukrainian troops had been staying in the settlement, where the graves were found, since April, whereas Donetsk militia occupied the village only on September 21, RIA Novosti reports.

    However, Kiev officials deny the information. Earlier, a representative of the Council of National Security and Defense of Ukraine, Andrey Lysenko, said that “no soldier of the National Guard was ever staying in the location.”

    Prime Minister of the People’s Republic of Donetsk Alexander Zakharchenko told the Russian News Service that there were three burials of civilians found – about 40 dead bodies of civilians, prisoners of war and Ukrainian militia soldiers.
    According to Zakharchenko, an examination of the bodies showed that the victims lacked internal organs. However, he noted, it remains unclear whether the organs had been harvested at the time when the victims were alive or dead.

    OSCE observers confirmed reports about the discovery of three mass graves in the Donetsk region, in the village of Nizhnyaya Krynka and its surroundings on September 23.

    Chairman of Just Russia Party, head of the party faction in the State Duma of the Russian Federation, Sergei Mironov, commenting on the reports, said that the Duma suggested establishing an international commission to investigate crimes against humanity and war crimes against civilians in Ukraine.

    “What happened near Donetsk is a familiar pattern of Nazis. We recall well-known facts from the history of World War II, when, after the liberation of territories seized by Nazi occupiers, numerous burial grounds were found, where people had been tortured and shot. It is obvious for us that those who call themselves the Ukrainian government must be held accountable for that. It is also obvious that the Kiev government will deny any involvement in the crimes, as they denied the tragedy of May 2 in Odessa. This is the reasons why one needs to establish an international commission, because every crime should be investigated, perpetrators should be found and punished accordingly. This investigation should go openly, including with the involvement of the international court. Our task is to insist on this. We can not ignore such facts,” Mironov said.

    Noteworthy, the Facebook account of Yulia Tymoshenko’s former lawyer, Sergei Vlasenko, was hacked in July. His correspondence with German doctor Olga Wieber and commander of “Donbass” battalion of the National Guard, Semyon Semyonchenko, was exposed to the general public. In the correspondence, the sides discussed organ trafficking.

    Thus, in one of the messages, Wieber wrote in detail, which organs were needed: “17 hearts, 50 kidneys, new livers – 35 pieces, 30 pancreases and 5 lungs.” Vlasenko responded with a promise to deliver all the organs. Vlasenko also wrote that Semenchenko should collect organs appropriately, not to deliver “bad quality” organs again.
    http://yournewswire.com/victims-found-in-mass-graves-in-ukraine-lack-internal-organs/
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    Post  burgundia on Sun Oct 05, 2014 3:30 am

    http://syncreticstudies.com/2014/10/04/explaining-the-battle-for-donetsk-airport/

    Explaining The Battle For Donetsk Airport

    old-english-calligraphy-alphabet-t578x319he Donetsk airport served not a direct military role, but a political one, as Flores explains in this 9 minute piece. The US was using this airport as a makeshift military base to house the operations of Death Squads. These Death Squads were going out at night and engaging in murders, kidnappings/abductions, rapes, assassinations, and sabotage.

    The following write-up also contains additional information and background not contained in the video piece

    These US-backed death squads were using close range mortars to shell random locations within the city. This resulted in the deaths of scores of civilians since the start of the fictional ceasefire.
    The US has regularly used Death Squads in all of its wars following WWII. Especially infamous were their use in Latin America during US fueled civil wars and counter-insurgency operations in El Salvador and Nicaragua, during the Reagan and Bush I administrations. Since then they have played a critical role in the US occupation and operations in Iraq and Syria.

    Even where the actual targets are themselves of limited tactical importance, the use of the tactic itself is ‘the target'; meaning that the overall short and long-term effect on the collective psyche of the target population is the goal itself. This is often referred to as a “strategy of tension“. It is a form of psychological warfare developed as a standard doctrine with nearly universal application within the framework of 3GW. Its increase in efficacy correlates to the increase of urban populations of scale, and relies upon reporting by TV and newspaper printed photographs in order that the maximum horror/gore component can be widely advertised.

    The political goal was to provoke a rhetorical change from the Russian side, and to build animosity between Novorossiyans and Russians, with the former blaming the latter for ‘not doing enough’. The question of whether or not Russia ‘can do more’, when viewed in the abstract, does not reveal the delicate and nuanced reality and long-range plan within context specific scenarios. In the information war, critics of Russian reluctance to engage in ever increasing bellicosity do so for complex and varying reasons, and are often times done with opposite goals in mind, and are targeted at greatly different audiences.
    The military actions in Donetsk are the product of serious consideration and should be considered actions of necessity. Each action by the Novorossiyans must be couched in such a manner which allows their significance to be downplayed by Poroshenko, in order to avoid a continued divergence between himself and the Pravy Sektor. To a large extent, these are unavoidable as it is likely that these tensions are staged, as both the ‘moderate’ Poroshenko government and the Pravy Sektor are US backed projects aimed at producing a certain scripted drama-play outcome. Poroshenko’s anti-Russian rhetoric must be vague in scope, and must not point to actual failures within various skirmishes and battles, alike. Poroshenko is in a very delicate position, and his actions insofar as they are of his own wanting, will reflect the degree to which he wants to remain ‘in power’ in Kiev.
    With this in mind, and counseled by the Russian military specialists, the Novorossiyan command made a plan to execute the decision, being to extract by means of force or surrender, the KJ forces occupying the airport.
    Commander ‘Motorola’ assembled the extraction team, and moved in to secure the facility. At the time of publishing, the underground of the airport still contained KJ death squads, who refuse to surrender. Most of these are foreign nationals, working as mercenaries, and employed by the US.

    Details and other angles are also discussed by Flores, as well as the controversy surrounding the utility of the airport as a target worth taking losses to secure.
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    Post  Micjer on Tue Oct 21, 2014 12:02 am

    Wow that is a disturbing video. The truth, but disturbing.

    Perhaps a warning of the descriptive nature of it should be posted. Many scenes with deceased individuals.

    What a terrible way to live. The fear when the bombs are being fired into the cities, must be horrendous.

    How can people do that to others? Cowardly firing rockets from outskirts, with no fear of retaliation.
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