Inadequate news from Ukraine, false flag in Avdeevka, plus an answer to a reader

Ever since the 2014 coup d’etat Ukraine was descending deeper and deeper into the state of self destruction and utter madness, and when you just start to think that they hit the bottom, somebody knocks from below…

In her article Heil Poroshenko! Ukraine junta bans Russian SM, prepares to ban Russian Orthodox Church, Lada Ray tells about the last week’s bouts of madness, when Russian social media, search engine, anti-virus software, accounting software, and church where outlawed in Ukraine.

But not only Ukraine is out with the fairies, the collective West is encouraging it and has come to believe its own propaganda to such a degree that they are actually following in the Ukraine’s footsteps.

I was expecting some outbreaks and false flags during the grandest celebration time of the Russian world – the Victory Day of the 9th of May, and OCSE and Kiev delivered.

First, according to an article from Arguments and Facts, OCSE observers classified the unarmed retro machinery of WWII participating in the Victory Parade in Donetsk for violation of the Misnk agreement. Never mind that those Katjushas and T-34s would never fire again… Never mind that OCSE observers were invited to inspect the machinery that was going to participate in the parade – they ignored the invitation.


The legendary WWII T-34 tank


ZiS-5 with a division cannon ZiS-3


Katjusha

However, what OCSE observers stubbornly DO NOT notice is the constant shelling of Donetsk from the heavy Grad artillery by the Ukro-Nazis.

As for the false flag, that happened too at Avdeevka village. Read this Graham Philips report for the reality on the ground: Avdeevka Shelling: Who Did It? The Real Story, here is a fragment:

“It is another provocation ordered by the commander of the Donetsk operations and tactical group with involvement of the 72nd separate mechanized brigade, the Right Sector (a far right group banned in Russia), Ukraine’s National Guard along with foreign media outlets in the run-up to the Minsk talks,” the Donetsk news agency quoted the spokesperson as saying.

The DPR explained how the provocation was staged.

“The 72nd brigade opens fire on the DPR position, whereas the Right Sector is shelling Avdeyevka and foreign media are recording,” he said.

Meanwhile, well-known blogger Colonel Cassad analysed the photos of the shelling, concluding that it had actually come from the Ukraine-held settlement of Vodyane, around 5km from Avdeevka –


A few weeks ago I published a translation article Roman Dmowski – “The Ukrainian Question” political prophecy of 1930 coming true, and reader Peter left a comment, some the points therein I want to reply to:

The Ukrainian Russian refugee problem in Russia is huge. According to the Duma there are between 2.5 and 3 million Ukrainian refugees in Russia, but it is thought to be in excess of 3 million. But they aren’t sure because no real records have been kept; only the financials relating to those who have applied for ‘displaced persons pension’ (whatever that is).

A lot of people in Ukraine have relatives not only in Russia, but also across of the whole former USSR and the artificial borders of today mean that many families became torn apart. Thus many in Ukraine (who have not succumbed to the brainwashing) and want to leave the mad house, simply go to their relatives, and not only to Russia, without registering anywhere, so the numbers are much higher – only since 2014 Ukraine lost about 10 million people of its population.

ADDITION: I want to add here a translation of a fragment from Alexander Rogers’ article Ukrainianism means death, regarding the population numbers and the emigration from Ukraine.


However many people would say nasty things about the Soviet Union, its population grew steadily (not counting the periods of wars that were caused by external circumstances). Take any period of peace, and see that the population grows – that from 1922 to 1941, from 1946 to 1989. The increase of the population is not only an economic factor. People have children when they:
a) healthy values, not affected by extreme selfishness and consumerism (of various “childfree” kinds);
b) there are goals in life and confidence in the future.
And it’s safe to say that in the USSR both were present.

The population of the Ukrainian SSR also grew steadily while in the USSR. Ukraine of 1913 had a population of 35 million inhabitants, and by 1991 it grew to 52 million (if not for the civil war after the announcement of the UPR, in which Ukraine lost 9 million inhabitants, and the invasion of the Nazis in the Great Patriotic War, which killed about 9 million of Ukrainians, it would be even more).

However, after gaining independence, Ukraine’s population has been steadily declining. If at the beginning of the “independence” the population exceeds 52 million people, then by 2001 (data for the only census for all years of Ukraine’s existence as a state) it decreased to 48.4 million. Of which that that moment already over 3 million were “temporarily missing”, that is left for work or permanent residence abroad.

After the 2001 census no more were carried out, so that “dead souls” could be used for election fraud, and the real statistics of population decline would not frighten the thinking people. In 2013, Ukraine came up with a formal population of 45.4 million people (actually less, but it is hard to say for sure by how much).

After “revolution of a worthiness” the population began to fall catastrophically. About 2 million people left for Russia, together with Crimea. More than 4 million separated with LDNR. Only a little over 38 million were left. Of whom over 1.2 million are already issued or are in the process of obtaining Russian citizenship. At least another 3 million are in Russia on earnings, and not going back. Roughly comparable number left to relocate or work in the West (only Poland last year issued over a million work visas).

In general, the real number of the remaining population of Ukraine today is estimated by experts to be at about 28-30 million people, which is confirmed by data on the consumption of bread. And out of this number, 12 million are pensioners.

Continuing with answering Peter’s comment:

Have you read: https://biblicisminstitute.wordpress.com/2015/03/17/the-truth-about-the-conflict-with-russia/ It goes into some of the historical background of the Jewish ‘grudge’ against the Slavic peoples. I’m not sure of its accuracy but it makes for very interesting reading and seems to back up what you have translated here.

I have read that article now, and it seems to be more of a half-truth, which is often more dangerous than an outright lie. I disagree with their presentation of Scythians/Sarmatians. For that I’d recommend you watching the following documentary that I newly translated: Yes, Scythians Are Us! (Documentary with EngSubs). It has an angle, which is much more in accordance with the old Russian historical documents that I’ve read so far. I know that you read Lada Ray’s works. In that regard, I’d highly recommend reading her Earth Shift Report 6 – NEW KHAZARIAN KHAGANATE? as it is presenting the historic development in those parts in a truthful way.

There has been one consistent idiom behind most of the wars over the last twenty fire years since the folding of the USSR; and I mean the wars in the Balkans, the Caucuses, and the Middle East; and now in Ukraine; and that is an attack on the Slavic peoples and their interests. It is so clear. So blatant. So consistent. Everywhere Russia and the Slavic peoples have interests, the West foments discord in order to try and upset the status quo.

You are right there! That was the main reason the the destruction of Yugoslavia, for example – among all the other attacks on all things Slav. I think the it was last political prisoner of Europe – Radovan Karadzhic, who said that he is imprisoned for saying that Yugoslavs (South Slavs) are just Southern Russians…

What an amazing find. And it was written eighty years ago. Gold. Absolute gold.
I’d love to read more stuff like this; and the article about Donbas etc. This stuff just isn’t available via the MSM; and Google deliberately doesn’t index it accurately.

Here it is always best to go to the source, to the publications that have journalists on the ground. Or lacking such, turn to the freelance journalists. You probably already know of RT and Lada Ray’s Futurist Trendcast.

I can recommend following the posts and the YouTube channel of Graham Philips.

Another freelance journalist on the ground, reporting from Donetsk through his Twitter channel is Patrick Lancaster. You’ll hear daily reports from him.

There are several English-language Russian newspapers out there. Russia Insider is a croud-funded edition, run by the Western journalists, who did not succumb to Russophobia and the degradation of the journalistic standards. Then there is an English edition of the ITAR-TASS Russian News Agency. And finally, Sputnik News – and English edition of RIA News (Russian Information Agency).

Explosive News from Former Ukraine – false flag murder of Russian ex-PM, Eurovision scandal, Balakleya arms depot fire

The events in former Ukraine are ever accelerating to the logical conclusion outcome of what was started with Maidan coup d’etat of 2014 – complete self-destruction of the country. The economy and political system are already done. The situation is becoming more and more dire and surreal with every day.

In the latest 2 articles, Lada Ray reports of 3 recent events. Read on:

Lada Ray on Voronenkov Murder in Kiev & Eurovision 2017 Yulia Samoylova Scandal

False flag murder of Voronenkovs – to cast blame on Russia. Lada explains in this article who benefits from his death and why Kiev had to stage it now.

Earlier today ex-Russian Duma deputy Denis Voronenkov was gunned down in the center of Kiev, next to the luxury hotel Premier Palace. Voronenkov died on site. His bodyguard was wounded by the gunman but was able to shoot him in return. According to first info from Kiev, both wounded gunman and bodyguard were taken to the hospital. Later, Kiev authorities announced that the killer ‘probably won’t survive.’ The curious thing is that the name of the killer has not been made public. It was only said that he was from Dnepropetrovsk Oblast.

People in the know surmise that the gunman was probably a member of one of the ukro-nazi battalions and former ATO member, who may have the blood of the Donbass people on his hands.

One of the connections, is the huge scandal around Ukraine banning Russian singer, Yulia Samoylova with her song “Flame Is Burning”

A couple of days ago Kiev announced that Yulia Samoylova is banned from Eurovision contest and from entry into Ukraine for 5 years because she has visited Crimea where she sang in a concert. Despite gross violation of the law, OSCE has declared that they see no problem. The organizers of Eurovision are trying to bury the scandal, while Western MSM has collectively developed sudden blindness.

I’ve just recalled the out-of-this-world howling that took place before the Sochi Olympics about alleged gays’ rights violations in Russia. Russians went out of their way to welcome everyone, including gays, who were parading around Sochi to the welcoming smiles of their Russian hosts.

Just imagine if a cripple in a wheelchair was denied participation in an international event in Russia. The stink from the ‘civilized world’ would have been heard for years. Here, not a single voice of any European ‘human rights’ or ‘handicapped defense’ organization. Complete silence. Where are petitions, protests and boycott of Kiev Eurovision?

And now comes the news of a huge fire at the Blakley arms depot, the largest in the former Ukraine. And of the madmen in the former Ukraine contaminating the borderland of Donbass with the radioactive materials from Chernobyl area!

Horrific catastrophe unfolding at Ukraine’s largest Balakleya arms depot!

For the second day the horrific cannonade is continuing, as the missiles and arms stored at Ukraine’s largest arms depot in Balakleya, Kharkov Oblast, mass explode. Allegedly the wholesale destruction of the largest storage of offensive weapons in Ukraine began as a result of a fire. Ukraine military is being accused of creating the catastrophe.

Over 20 thousand people have evacuated from the nearby city of Balakleya. Locals continue fleeing in haste. Casualties are unknown, being hushed up by Ukraine authorities.

The infamous Balakleya arms depot stored weapons used to kill the people of Donbass. Fewer weapons left in Ukraine means fewer deaths in Donetsk and Lugansk. Among weapons stored at this facility were the feared Tochka-U missiles, which Kiev army had unleashed on LDPR.

Radiation disaster in the making!

As a side note, the intel I receive is that Kiev army experiences a huge shortage of tanks and armored vehicles to attack Donbass.

To compensate for that, Poroshenko ordered to retrieve the old tanks and military vehicles once used by the USSR in Chernobyl remedial efforts and abandoned inside radioactive zone. Thousands of radioactive vehicles have been stored there. Now these are being repurposed by Kiev. Some are used as scrap, melted to manufacture new weapons; others are fixed up and sent straight to Donbass. Reportedly, a large percentage of the Kiev army ATO soldiers now suffer from radiation poisoning. Of course, the real condition and percentages of those affected are hushed up.

The newest worrying development: it appears Kiev decided to do the unthinkable – build a radioactive barrier between LDPR and Ukraine. Witnesses have been posting videos of Ukraine army hauling radioactive vehicles from Chernobyl and dumping them on the front line between LDPR and Kiev-controlled side. This includes heavy trucks and other machinery used by the USSR in Chernobyl remedial efforts. The result may be disastrous. All that radioactive machinery is moved through Ukraine countryside and cities, then maliciously dumped in E. Ukraine fields, possibly close to where people live and grow crops.