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Elections, Kholodomor, and the Great Ukrainian Kerch Raid

On November 11, DNR and LNR held elections to choose new heads of state and parliaments. International condemnation ensued. In a joint statement, Germany, France, Poland, Italy, Sweden, Belgium, the Netherlands, and the UK stated such elections violate Minsk agreements and the Ukrainian law and urged Russia to stop them from taking place. UN statements … Continue reading

Matter of Comedians

The European Terror Tour keeps going and after Paris, 13/11 is time for Brussels, 22/3! On the morning of March 22, two Belgian brothers, Khalid and Ibrahim El Bakraoui, and the Moroccan Najim Laachraoui, sought by authorities in connection with the Paris attacks, perpetrate three coordinated bombings in Brussels: two at the Airport and one … Continue reading

Western Jesters

It’s no easy feat reckoning with the brutish reality of this foul year 2015 that’s about to end. The presstitute whores have issued unsubstantiated surmise as news all year around, flouting in any conceivable way even basic ethical practices. Last two weeks made no difference. On 17 and 18 December, the final European Council of … Continue reading

The Enemy Within

OK, let me get this straight: on the evening of Friday 13th November 2015, a squad consisting of shooters and suicide bombers suddenly spilled over Paris without getting noticed, and after circumventing any security control, they carried out a highly coordinated operation in 7 separate venues, whose death toll has resulted so far in 130 … Continue reading

Rise of the Bear and the Dragon

Last June, seven fellows purporting to be world leaders, flanked by minions and carpetbaggers, teamed up in Bavaria to debate major issues, like international security, development policy, environment, poverty-related diseases, and trade agreements. Greek bailout and Ukrainian mess were on schedule as well. The MSM were fully engrossed in the event, but they dodged any … Continue reading

A Partisan’s Tale: As You Come Here, It All Gets Clear

Last night at the DPR Army checkpoint, next to the bridge at the end of Kievskiy Avenue, men fired machine guns from behind sandbags and artillery hammered the diminishing Ukrainian positions inside Donetsk Airport. It was almost dark when I left, after spending an hour in the dugout. Sashka had run in front of me, … Continue reading