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Poroshenko doesn’t want another Maidan
Maidan has come full circle: masked protesters took down the EU flags in Kiev and Social Media exploded with the revelations that Maidan was Russia’s plan to push Ukraine into the EU to destroy them both.
…………..Recent Poroshenko’s words, “I never wanted to be a president of Ukraine,” and him repeatedly blinking on camera are indicators that he is being kept captive by the Kremlin and that all he wants now is to be back home to his native Spain and not in Kiev, that looks like Aleppo under the Daesh. He also candidly admitted calling Russia’s president four times since the beginning of this year. As if the President of Russia has nothing else to do, but to keep solving an ongoing case of domestic violence with his next-door neighbors.
Poroshenko doesn’t want another Maidan SITREP 4565 Views March 05, 2017 28 Comments Poroshenko doesn’t want another Maidan SITREP Maidan has come full circle: masked protesters took down the EU flags in Kiev and Social Media exploded with the revelations that Maidan was Russia’s plan to push Ukraine into the EU to destroy them both. June 2015, the EU flag raised over City Hall in Kiev. March 2017, Extremists from the Right Sector took down all the EU flags outside of the administrative buildings in Kiev “I never wanted to be a president of Ukraine,” Poroshenko Recent Poroshenko’s words, “I never wanted to be a president of Ukraine,” and him repeatedly blinking on camera are indicators that he is being kept captive by the Kremlin and that all he wants now is to be back home to his native Spain and not in Kiev, that looks like Aleppo under the Daesh. He also candidly admitted calling Russia’s president four times since the beginning of this year. As if the President of Russia has nothing else to do, but to keep solving an ongoing case of domestic violence with his next-door neighbors. According to Peskov, during the Poroshenko’s phone calls “The sides exchanged opinions and expressed mutual concerns over the escalation of tension [in Donbas]. I can only confirm that there have really been working telephone contacts between the two presidents.”
….The current crisis has been created specifically for Poroshenko to resign and leave. However, per Rostislav Ishchenko’s opinion, Poroshenko believes in him being chosen by God, and will never agree to step down voluntarily, despite of the all-Ukrainian consensus that he should. His opponents cannot create a consolidated Nazi regime due to ongoing infighting. The hate towards Poroshenko is what unites the groups of the Right Sector, Timoshenko and Turchynov, Galician “Svoboda” and “Samopomich,” Biletsky’s “Azov,” Kolomoisky and Tyahnybok, SBU, the Police, the National Guards, and the military. When he is gone, all these political parties and fractions, armed formations, foreign troops and gangs will start fighting with each other for power and something to steal. “Right now, no one wants to start shooting first, because they would be blamed for everything.” says Ishchenko. Ishchenko doesn’t say this, but it looks like the possibility of a “red flag” attack is very high, now. Say, MI6 kills Poroshenko and the assassins are caught on camera wearing the Russian Imperial eagle ushankas and “I love Putin” t-shirts.
…..Former deputy of Rada raises concern about the battle worthiness of the Ukrainian’s armed forces. Igor Markov in his TV interview disclosed classified information that on February 21st four hundred fully armed servicemen went AWOL from the, so called, “separation line.” No one is looking for them, and no one knows where they went.
…..The Ministry of Social politic of the Donetsk republic has published its program for reunification of all Donbass people. The part of this program is broadcasting of the Donetsk and Russia’s TV and radio channels. On March 3rd, the Donetsk republic initiated the TV and radio broadcasting, so people in Nazi occupied Eastern Ukraine can now watch the Donetsk TV news.
The Donbass is breaking away from an agonizing Ukraine
Let’s sum all this up:
The Urkonazis completely close down the unofficial border with Novorussia
Russia recognizes Novorussian documents
The DNR and LNR nationalize all the Ukrainian industry in the Donbass
The Ukronazis declare that the line of contact is now to be considered a border
The Novorussians declare that the Russian Ruble is the only legal currency in Novorussia
The Novorussians will now export their entire production of coal/anthracite to Russia
All the factories in Novorussia will no longer pay taxes to Kiev
I don’t know about you – but to me this sure looks like the DNR and LNR are cutting off their last ties to the Ukraine and the the junta in Kiev appears to go along with this plan.
…..The Ukraine is a failed state, politically and economically. And, as a failed state, the Ukraine has plenty of armed gangs and even official armed forces, but nothing like the kind of modern and civilized military you need to take on the Novorussians who, far from being a failed state, are a young state which has just completed the modernization of its armed forces. The difference between the Ukrainian and the Novorussian armed forces is not just the result of Russian help, although they clearly played a major role, but the fact for the Novorussians having a capable fighting force has been a matter or survival from day 1, whereas for the junta this has never been a priority simply because there never was a military threat to the junta’s power. Bean-counters will tell me that the Ukrainian forces are about 2x to 3x larger, which is quite true. It is also irrelevant. What matters is whether they can mount modern, combined arms, operations and that is something that the Ukrainian military does not seem to be capable of.
…..What we are seeing today is not just a Ukrainian military which seems to have given up on the notion of reconquering Novorussia, it is also one which appears to be giving up on the notion of holding the country together. Right now, this is only affecting the Donbass, but pretty soon other regions are likely to follow suit, especially the south (Odessa, Nikolaev, Mariupol) which, by itself, could be wealthy and prosperous and which has no need whatsoever for Neo-Nazi rulers. There are even some separatist movements in the western Ukraine who want to get rid of all the pseudo-Ukrainian “ballast” and build a “pure” Ukrainian state in the only place where such a state has real historical roots: on the border with Poland.
….Alexander Zakharchenko predicted … that the Ukrainian state would collapse within 60 days. Maybe. My personal gut feeling is that this might take quite a bit longer, especially considering the momentum of such a large country. We should also never discount a possible large-scale Ukronazi attack on Novorussia for no other reason than an expression of blind and dumb hatred. Should that happen the goal of the Novorussians will be to free the parts of the Lugansk and Donetsk regions which are still under Nazi occupation. This might be difficult – the Ukrainians have been fortifying their defenses for many months now – but I expect them to eventually succeed. At which point the West will blame Russia again (what else is new?).
Irrespective of how long this agony will last, there is no doubt in my mind that it has begun and that it is irreversible. It is actually quite remarkable that it took so long to bring about this last phase. For many months already we had many minor indicators and signs that thing were not going well, but with the de-facto separation of the Donbass and its gradual integration into the Russian economy we are witnessing a qualitatively new phase in the disintegration process of the Ukraine.
Protestors storm Kiev Cabinet of Ministers, demand Poroshenko impeachment
March 6, 2017 – Fort Russ News –
RusVesna – translated by J. Arnoldski –
“Defrauded bank investors” and “civil activists” have stormed Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers and called on others to rally to them. The protestors are demanding the impeachment of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and the resignation of Prime Minister Vladimir Groysman. One of the activists, Yury Kleynos, has announced the beginning of a hunger strike. “The police are coming for us, but we are not afraid,” Kleynos said, “Join us. Because of the government’s bestial attitude towards the people, we demand the impeachment of President Poroshenko.” Some of the protestors have their mouths taped shut and are holding signs with such slogans as “Poroshenko is a killer,” “For a people’s impeachment”, and “Groysman to Israel.”