Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Kiev- The Ukrainian's deadliest Battle (Updates)

Ukraine, what we want!

At least 11 protesters died in the riots, according to local officials. “As of 11 pm local time 221 people have sought medical attention, 114 of them were hospitalized.  There were 11 fatalities,” Ukraine’s Health Ministry said in a statement.

Kiev’s hospitals are unable to handle the large amount of injured people coming in from the streets, TSN reported.  There is a waiting list for operation rooms. People are being carried in with various types of injuries.  There have been reports of two amputations, punched out eyes, and injured extremities.

The Ukrainian Interior Ministry has also reported that 135 law enforcers have been taken to hospitals, and 35 are in critical condition.

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Ukraine: what's going on, and what does it mean?   (You need to read that)

 It’s first of all, control of European politicians over the band in the government. This is what our president afraid of.  And this is what we so want.  (Also a must read)

Live Update Ukraine

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I'm more than you know!

This goes out to the young and old souls fighting to get their country right (the video was released Feb 11th) and rid of the corruption.  Seems that on a global scale this is the matter at hand, we got a lot of work to do!  We're in this together, many are dying for it, God's Speed to your goal and R.I.P. for the ones who fought and died.

People of the Ukraine, there is no them, there's only us. 




Maybe a Truce

"The planned assault and clearing off protesters is canceled. A truce has been declared and talks will start to stabilize the situation," Yatsenyuk said. However the far-right wing of the Ukrainian opposition refuses to observe the truce. The leader of Right Sector said the group did not sign any agreements and called for the continuation of the "offensive of the resurgent people." 

President  Yanukovich also declared that Thursday be a day of mourning for the victims of the clashes.

An error in this press narration as of guns and ammunition stolen, the real deal as follows. "Radicals have seized over 1,500 firing arms and 100,000 bullets in the last 24 hours."

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Well so much for Truce 

Violence escalated on Tuesday after a group of radicals taking part in a “peaceful march” of the opposition attempted to storm the building of the Ukrainian parliament (Verkhovna Rada). They were repelled by police cordons. The move came despite the agreement on amnesty finally reached between the government and the opposition.

The surge in the number of victims comes as both armed rioters and the police are now using live ammunition in clashes. Many of the protesters and police officers killed or injured since Tuesday sustained gunshot wounds. Police have officially been allowed to use firearms in accordance with the law by an order of the Ukrainian Interior Minister.

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Russian military presence in Ukraine 

Russian Ambassador to the UN Vitaly Churkin says ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich has sent a letter to Putin asking him to use military force in Ukraine to restore law and order. In the 1990s, the status of Sevastopol became the subject of endless debates between Russia and Ukraine. Following negotiations, the city and surrounding territories were granted a special "state significance" status within the Ukrainian state, and some of the naval facilities were leased to Russia for its Black Sea Fleet until at least 2047. According to the agreement, Russia can have up to 25,000 personnel in Crimea, according to Churkin. Russia considers it necessary to ensure that the agreement between Viktor Yanukovich and the opposition on the crisis in Ukraine is fulfilled, Churkin told the UNSC. 

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The phone call 

The call took place after Estonia’s Foreign Minister Urmas Paet visited Kiev on February 25, following the peak of clashes between the pro-EU protesters and security forces in the Ukrainian capital. It was reportedly uploaded to the web by officers of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) loyal to ousted President Viktor Yanukovich who hacked Paet’s and Ashton’s phones.

During the conversation, Paet stressed that “there is now stronger and stronger understanding that behind the snipers, it was not Yanukovich, but it was somebody from the new coalition.” According to the Estonian FM, “all the evidence shows” that the “same snipers” at Maidan were shooting at people from both sides, the police and the protesters.

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Sniping the Unarmed! 

Cue the snipers

Title name of clip translated from Russian- "an inconvenient truth about Independence 2: parsing firing on unarmed"

Estonian FM has confirmed the recording of his conversation with EU foreign policy chief is authentic. Urmas Paet said that snipers who shot at protesters and police in Kiev were hired by Maidan leaders. 'A deadly firing range': At least four sniper positions were used to shoot into crowds of protesters in Kiev, according to British forensic experts. 

This clip is very graphic of the ambush of people being lured in, all the while being video taped from the shooting (sniper) side.  Just outright murder, may the fallen ones R.I.P.

The People of Kiev


Want to be Free and at Peace 

People of the World, "You can't tell me what to do anymore"

Marcus Kämpf


Ukraine's Crimea goes to independence poll 

With around 50 percent of the votes already counted, preliminary result show that 95.5 percent of voters said 'yes' to the reunion of the republic with Russia as a constituent unit of the Russian Federation. In Sevastopol, the number of those who voted ‘yes’ stands at 93 percent, according to the head of the Sevastopol commission, Valery Medvedev. The preliminary results of the popular vote were announced during a meeting in the center of Sevastopol, the city that hosts Russia's Black Sea fleet. The overall voter turnout in the referendum on the status of Crimea is 81,37%, according to the head of the Crimean parliament’s commission on the referendum, Mikhail Malyshev.

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95.7% of Crimeans voted to join Russia 

Over 95 percent of voters in the Crimean referendum have answered 'yes' to the autonomous republic joining Russia and less than 4 percent of the vote participants want the region to remain part of Ukraine, according to preliminary results. 

With over 75 percent of the votes already counted, preliminary result show that 95.7 percent of voters said 'yes' to the reunion of the republic with Russia as a constituent unit of the Russian Federation. Only 3.2 percent of the ballots were cast for staying with Ukraine as an Autonomous Republic with broader rights. The remaining 1.1 percent of the ballots were declared invalid.

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Sanctions may boost Eurasian Economic Union

EU and US sanctions against Russia could backfire on the West, as Russia may turn to other partners in the East and refuse to cooperate on other energy issues, chief global analyst at the Globalist Research Center Martin Sieff told RT. 

It will be very unwise for the rest of the G8 to go ahead and push for sanctions against Russia. It could be damaging to the Russian economy. But if that was the case, it would not be destabilizing for Russia. What would then happen is that the Eurasian Economic Union would accelerate in scale very rapidly. And Russia's ties with China and India or Iran would not be negatively affected at all. Also, Russia would not play ball with the US and Western Europe on energy issues. This could backfire very badly on the West. 

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Tymoshenko tape leak 

Ukrainians must take up arms against Russians so that not even scorched earth will be left where Russia stands; an example of former Ukrainian PM Yulia Tymoshenko's vitriol in phone call leaked online. She confirmed the authenticity of the conversation on Twitter, while pointing out that a section where she is heard to call for the nuclear slaughter of the eight million Russians who remain on Ukrainian territory was edited (not present in this clip). 



Tanks moving into Ukraine 

Ukraine's coup-imposed president Aleksandr Turchinov has ordered the protester-held local govt HQ in Donetsk to be taken under 'state protection' as armed personnel and armored vehicles have been reported moving into the eastern region of Ukraine. Also the Russian Foreign Ministry has voiced concerns over the buildup of Ukrainian forces and US mercenaries in the southeastern part of the country, calling on Kiev to immediately cease military preparations which could lead to a civil war. 

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Those who don’t lay arms, will be destroyed - Ukrainian military op commander 

“They must be warned that if they do not lay down their arms, they will be destroyed,” General Vasily Krutov, first deputy head of the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) told reporters, as cited by AFP. Krutov, recently appointed chief of the SBU’s Anti-Terrorist Center, added that activists were being supported by hundreds of soldiers from the Russian army's Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU). The Kremlin said the allegations about Russia’s military presence in eastern Ukraine are “absurd.”

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Ukraine Crisis - What You're Not Being Told 

The European and American public are being systematically lied to about the Ukraine crisis. 



Satellite images show Kiev forces build-up near Slavyansk 

According to the source, 160 tanks, 230 APCs and BMDs, and at least 150 artillery and rocket systems, including “Grad” and “Smerch” multiple rocket launchers, have been deployed to the area. A total of 15,000 troops are positioned near Slavyansk,

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What really happened in Odessa 

The May 2 events were the bloodiest civil conflict in Odessa since the pre-Bolshevik revolutionary raids on the city’s Jews and street fights in 1918. The total death toll currently stands at 46 victims. 


Ukraine away from abyss? 

The Abyss by Alexius

Billionaire Petro Poroshenko has been sworn in as Ukraine's new president at a ceremony in Kiev. He won the emergency election in the first round on a promise of change as the country faces a massive political and economic crisis. 

Poroshenko gave his presidential oath on Saturday at an event attended by delegations from 56 countries. The US, the key supporter of the opposition forces, which ousted Poroshenko's predecessor Viktor Yanukovich in the February armed coup and made way for his presidency, was represented by Vice President Joe Biden. 

Poroshenko also said he wants a new international treaty that would ensure that Ukraine is defended militarily by foreign nations if its territorial integrity is threatened, although he didn't say which countries were willing to offer such protection. 

Poroshenko campaigned on a platform of change, promising to free the country from corruption and domination of the oligarchs. Yet some of Ukraine's rich are now governing its provinces and even have personal armies. With all the public support he managed to rally, he may find it difficult to rein in officials and business elites, especially with his presidential authority diminished by a constitutional reform and the parliament dominated by the party of his bitter rival, Yulia Tymoshenko. 

There is also doubt over whether the president intends to deliver on his election campaign promises. He pledged to sell his business assets to assure personal integrity, but he refused to sell his TV channel, which was one of the most vocal critics of the Yanukovich government, and has bought a new factory since making his promise. 

The first test of his presidential independence and determination is likely to be dealing with the country's unruly eastern provinces, which boycotted the election and are defending themselves against Kiev's military crackdown. So far Poroshenko has demonstrated little intention to replace air strikes and artillery barrages in Donetsk and Lugansk regions with peace envoys and negotiators. 

Stopping the bloodshed is the main demand from Russia, which may choose to stop delivering gas to Ukraine without pre-payment, as Kiev has been behind in paying its bills for months. Moscow agreed to postpone the shutdown until Monday after Ukraine covered a portion of its debt, but it leaves Poroshenko with a deadline looming just days ahead. 

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The Show

Holy Mother of Chess Moves, from June of this year till now, Russia has moved on Ukraine yet again pushing the Ukrainian Military in retreat.  Ukraine is to join NATO and Europe feels war threaten.  The build up from Flight MH-17, sanctions, troop buildup of all parts on this war map and present economic assembly of the BRICS Nation has orchestrated a move that Putin had circled on his calendar.  Go through a short time line (it just keeps coming) starting with the earliest post Aug 30, 2014. (just the Weekend)

Well mate, I think the Oligarchs have their World War III and to kick it off, Russia not only invaded Ukraine this weekend but kick off The World Warriors Parade at the same time.

"Putin's not Pudding around" 

The best military orchestras from around the world have invaded Russia's iconic Red Square in the heart of Moscow to take part in Spasskaya Tower international military music festival. This year the theme of the annual show is the First World War.

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Putin warned over Ukraine 

David Cameron has warned Vladimir Putin there will be "consequences" if Russian troops are not withdrawn from Ukraine.  Mr Cameron said a timetable had been set out for further sanctions and warned Russia it risked being isolated if it continued to escalate the crisis in Ukraine.  Mr Cameron said a timetable had been set out for further sanctions and warned Russia it risked being isolated if it continued to escalate the crisis in Ukraine. "It is totally unacceptable that there are Russian soldiers on Ukrainian soil." 

 The Telegraph


OSCE Reports Military Convoys In East Ukraine 

11/09/14 Radio Free Europe 
3rd report rolling in this weekend and by the OSCE (Organization for Security and for Co-operation in Europe) OSCE chairperson-in-office, Didier Burkhalter. The OSCE report came a day after Ukraine's military accused Russia of sending a column of 32 tanks and truckloads of troops into the country's east to support pro-Russian separatists fighting government forces.

OSCE field report  Nov 5, 2014- The SMM heard what appeared to be intensive, intermittent, incoming shelling throughout the day in the northern outskirts of Donetsk, close to the airport.

Donetsk Intl Airport in ruins

Kiev resumed its military assault in eastern Ukraine on Sunday despite receiving a proposal Thursday night from the Russian president that both sides of the conflict withdraw their heavy artillery, Putin’s press secretary said. 

Ukrainian troops have launched a massive assault on militia-held areas Sunday morning after an order from Kiev, a presidential aide said. The self-proclaimed Donetsk republic’s leader accused Kiev of trying to restart the war. Drone footage uploaded shot by Army SOS, a voluntary organisation providing support to the Ukrainian army, showed what appeared to be extensive damage to Donetsk airport's terminal building and surrounding area.



Suicide or Homicide? 

This year Ukraine has seen a bizarre string of deaths involving high-ranking officials, including a ex-city mayor, a former railway executive, and the former head of the state body in charge of privatization.  

Lack of parts has hamstrung Russia's military 

Last month, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin told parliament that Ukrainian components were used in the production of 186 types of Russian military equipment.

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