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Novorossia\Ukraine update 5\6\2015..continue to sound the alarm in the hope that the “silence barrier” can be broken before it is too late

Wednesday, May 6, 2015 11:34
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(Before It's News)

NATO launches massive war drills on Russia’s doorstep

East Ukraine Peace Talks: Minsk talks begin as six more Ukrainian troops killed

Merkel-Putin Summit: Leaders to discuss Ukraine on May 10 in Moscow

Ukraine Under Attack: Russia continues to mass soldiers and armour near Mariupol

‘Minsk Ceasefire Deal is Dead’: Lithuanian President accuses Russia of continual truce violations

Givi leading tank column at Donetsk Victory Parade rehearsal

Ukraine President Condemns Militant-Held Parade: Insurgents show heavy arms in occupied Donetsk


Azov Battalion Firing From AGS 17

[eng subs] Motorola gides a tour through “Sparta’s” museum

By Brandon Turbeville

In a tiny corner of Eastern Europe, a fledgling Republic struggling with the day-to-day hurdles of warfare and shaky ceasefires, has succeeded in doing what has long been overdue in the most powerful nation on the face of the earth – it has nationalized its out-of-control banks and put them to use for the good of the people.

While the DPR was not faced with a privatized central bank such as the United States and other nations due to the fact that DPR is a breakaway bloc and a new nation separated from the Kiev central bank, it was nonetheless host to a number of larger banking institutions that not only parasitized the people of DPR and Ukraine but also did nothing to improve the infrastructure of these areas or the living standards of the people there.

Emerging out of the stage of mere bands of militias and governing committees, the Donetsk People’s Republic is now in the process of putting together a formal government. Its plans to nationalize banks that have parasitized Ukraine for years have no doubt drawn the ire of not only the oligarchs that own those banks but the Anglo-American banking cartel that essentially owns the United States and NATO countries and who are bent on world hegemony and submission to their will.

The plans to nationalize banks within the borders of the DPR were announced as early as January, 2015.

As most of you already know, the Chinese Navy has sent warships into the Black Sea. They are headed for the Russian naval base at Novorossiysk. There have been several reasons given for this trip:

As part of the preparations for the visit of Xi Jinping to the May 9th celebrations
As part of a possible sale of its frigates by China to Russia
As a preparation for joint Russian-Chinese exercises in the Mediterranean

They all sound plausible to me. While some have speculated that the purchase of Chinese frigates by Russia would be a “black eye” for the Russian building industry, I disagree. If a country is preparing for war, then quantity of defense equipment is far more important than the country of origin. Besides, it is well known that the design of Chinese Navy ships is based on Russian ships, so this is not a case of “Russia cannot do this” but rather a case of “Russian shipyards are already at capacity while the Chinese can deliver immediately”. As a stop-gap measure it makes perfectly good sense to buy equipment from an ally, especially when the design of this equipment is based on yours.

Whatever may be the case, the arrival of these Chinese Navy ships is a slap in the face of the USA and the rest of NATO who have been trying hard to show what they call “resolve” in the Black Sea only to have China clearly indicate that it sides with Russia. The fact that the Russians and Chinese will be conducting join exercises in the Mediterranean, which NATO has always considered as mare nostrum, is even a bigger affront to the wannabe global hegemon.

In the meantime check out this video which a friend has just sent me:

When I saw this video I though that this is exactly the kind of “mobilizational music” which a country preparing to go to war produces. There is nothing wrong in patriotism, as long as it does not degenerate in nationalism, but this mantric repetition of “Russia! Russia! Russia! Russia!” makes me feel very uncomfortable because it is either designed to elicit “mobilizational feelings” or, even worse, to cater to the already “mobilized” state of the population.

I am not saying that Russia is about to attack anybody. But what I am saying is that there are numerous signs that Russia is acting like a country preparing for war.

Also, I am not criticizing Russia because she is preparing to go to war, I am only saddened (and frightened) by the fact that Russia feels that she has to do so.

Finally, I find it both scary and discouraging that the general public in the West is kept blissfully unaware of the fact that as of right now the AngloZionist Empire and Russia are on a collision course. How could anybody oppose something he/she is unaware of?

This is why I will continue to sound the alarm in the hope that the “silence barrier” can be broken before it is too late.

The Saker

The Polish Government has decided to send a police contingent to Ukraine. Polish police will assist in the reform of the civil security sector in Ukraine.

“Poland’s membership in the EU and its geopolitical location leads to the fact that our country’s participation is necessary in the actions to support the reforms in Ukraine”,
- the press service of Polish government said.

Demonstrative performance of the LPR People’s Militia in Lugansk

he heads of the DPR and the LPR refused to take part in a meeting of the contact group on May 6 in Minsk. Delegates Denis Pushilin and Vladislav Deynego will go to the meeting instead of heads of the republics.

The head of Sakhanka village administration Alexander Pelipas said that the village was shelled again by AFU from Mariupol in the evening of May 5.

“There were already two volleys, they flew from Mariupol with a whistle, shells fell two meters from one another in the courtyard of the people, there is damage to a gas pipe,”
- the report of the Head said, posted at 18:27.

Examining shell craters in one of the courtyards of village, administration head said he was forced to go into shelter because of the firing activation.

The situation in the DPR and LPR over the past day.
2. Memorial “Saur-Mohila” to be restored.
3. The heads of Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics officially invited to the meeting of the Contact Group in Minsk on May 6.
4. Kiev denies the presence of volunteer units in Donbass.
5. Ukraine will incite Maidan in Russia.
6. Moskal asks Ukraine to restore the border crossing point between Russia and the Lugansk region in Melovoye.
7. Soldiers of “Right Sector” left their positions at the forefront in Donbass.
8. Nonsense from Lysenko: Militia “prepare the execution” of civilians on May 9.
9. The grave of Bandera desecrated in Munich.
10. Lyashko slashed perturbing inscription on the billboard with a knife.

The inhabitants of the settlement Mikhailovka (Zolotoye-5) reported to ” Voice of Sevastopol”, the settlement was shelled several times by the Ukrainian side on May 4. It also reported that there were many hits in the residential sector. According to preliminary data, there are no victims.

On May 5 situation remained stable but tense at the fronts of Novorossia. Battles are positional, their intensity still remains average, as the intensity of the shelling. Hot spots have not changed in Donbass: Donetsk and suburbs, Gorlovka, Shirokino and Sakhanka – in the DPR, highway Bakhmutka and the Seversky Donets River coast, which mostly takes the front line – in the LPR.

MOSCOW, May 5. /TASS/. Russian Emergencies Minister Vladimir Puchkov has ordered to bring the preparation of the next humanitarian aid convoy to the Donbas region under special control. The convoy is due to be dispatched on May 14, he said during a conference call on Tuesday.

“We are planning to dispatch another humanitarian convoy on May 14. Its preparation must be brought under special control. Organize the preparation of all necessary cargos, food and medications, everything that is necessary for stable work of social infrastructure,” he said.

Puchkov also noted that the previous humanitarian aid convoy had delivered gifts for World War II veterans. “We delivered a humanitarian aid cargo, including gifts for the veterans. I’ll ask to double-check again and, together with social activists, organize the targeted delivery of the gifts to war veterans and workers of the home front who reside in the People’s Republics of Donetsk and Luhansk,” he said.


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