Obama must use his influence on Kiev to stop war

The People’s Republic of Lugansk appealed to U.S. President Barack Obama to influence the Ukrainian authorities, so that they stop military operations in the east of Ukraine. The statement published on the website of the Lugansk Republic.

The Lugansk Republic government states that “the humanitarian and technogenic catastrophe forces us to turn to you for influence on the Ukrainian authorities for an immediate cease-fire and rescue of hundreds of thousands of civilians who are every day exposed to artillery and missile attacks and air strikes by the Ukrainian regular army and illegal armed groups of neo-fascists.”

The statement announces that the south-east of Ukraine will never be Ukrainian again, “regardless of the outcome of the so-called “anti-terrorist operation”.” The authors of the statement also note that they no longer believe Ukrainian officials and military, who cannot be expected to keep a promise. Barack Obama was selected as the recipient of the message because “the severity of the crimes of the Ukrainian authorities, for whatever reason, was not yet recognized by the EU and the United States.”

“It [the cessation of military operations] will save hundreds of thousands of civilians and will help you to rehabilitate after Washington backed the illegal usurpation of power in Ukraine by neo-fascists and mass murder of civilians in Donbass” – says Lugansk Republic.… -->

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Alexander Bilecki: Ukrainian peace is a common task

Kiev can not conquer Donbass and Donbass does not want to overthrow the Kiev regime. Donbass still naively wants just peace for itself, if not like in Crimea, then at least like in Transdniestria. But, “for itself” will not work. The knot is tied very tight, and the knot is in Kiev.

Kiev regime is actually worse than a bitter radish and more destructive than a nuclear bomb for Ukraine. It’s all kept up and running on the idea of ​​a virtual war with Russia, which in fact not only did not recognize the rights of Nazi and oligarchs to seize power, but also dared to protect and help the terrorized population of Ukraine. First, by ensuring the right to live to the inhabitants of the Crimea, and then by helping refugees and the defenders of the eastern regions of Ukraine. This assistance, including saving the lives of Ukrainian Army soldiers and the refugees, is the only argument of the Kiev thieves’ regime for war against its own population.

More than six months have passed since a wave of popular anger at the greed of the oligarchs allowed the most brazen, violent and bloody of them to seize the power and government. During this time, there was not a single law, ordinance, or decree published, which would improve poor and powerless situation of the population on the territory of Ukraine. Not even the German occupiers behaved that defiantly in 1941, who at least announced tax cuts, free enterprise, open kindergartens, theaters, and “helped” to restore the activity of the Church.

Unlike German Nazi, Kiev’s pro-American regime destroys and forbids everything. Any criticism is outlawed under heavy media control, all online forums are controlled by secret services to identify the slightest dissatisfaction, for which people are subjected to repression. Cities are demolished, their inhabitants are killed by bombs, industrial and agricultural enterprises are destroyed. New taxes are introduced, wages are cut, benefits are eliminated. The country faces hunger, cold and fear.

This is exactly what Donbass wanted to protect itself from but their error was in their own self-interest. It is not possible to hope that cutting a heart out of a body affected by gangrene one can save it.

Donbass can be saved only together with the whole of Ukraine, whose people are now all suffering from heartless and irresponsible American lackeys… -->

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The Times manipulates public opinion against Russia

The Times has published an image of a U.S. citizen Lubomir Guzar, Bishop of Ukrainian Catholic Church and war advocate, lighting a Molotov cocktail at Maidan in Kiev with a caption that reads: “Nato accused Russia of destabilising Ukraine to justify military intervention.”

Here is the original image published by Reuters:

And here is the image published by The Times:

Welcome to the wonderful world of propaganda. People reading the caption of the second image will quite likely see a mythical Russian orthodox priest mongering war instead of the very real American Catholic priest mongering war.… -->

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Military confrontation in Ukraine: first major defeat for Kiev

After the capture of militia abandoned Slavyansk-Kramatorsk area the Ukraine Army could perform a regrouping that freed some capabilities and allowed them to advance directly to the Donetsk agglomeration. The Army launched a large scale offensive with extensive resources. This operation had the following goals:

  • gain control over the border with the Russian Federation;
  • disrupt transport link between Donetsk and Lugansk;
  • deeply wedge Kiev forces into the middle of the agglomeration;
  • lift the blockade of airfields in Lugansk and Donetsk.

The operation was characterized by massive air and artillery strikes (including heavy artillery and MLRS) directly on civil housing estates, the first steps were marked by large masses of tanks (up to 90 units per a direction of attack in the district of Lugansk) and armored vehicles. Failing decisive victory on July 9-11, Kiev was forced to throw all available reserves into the skirmish. Despite the extremely fierce fighting, Donetsk and Lugansk militia managed to inflict serious losses on the enemy, fully maintain control over the key strategic points, and even implement successful counterattacks in some areas.

Successful attacks of militia ensured the capture of most of Lugansk Airport. The Ukrainian Army group that tried to advance along the southern border with the Russian Federation was stopped in the area of ​​Saur-Mogila, came under artillery attacks competently organized by militia, and after suffering serious losses almost completely lost the combat capability.

Using all the available reserves and not achieving success in any of the areas of importance, Kiev suffered its first major military defeat in this civil war. An inevitable consequence of this defeat will be an increased activity of the militia  and gradual transition to offensive action along with increasing raids on enemy communications and supply lines.

Since Ukrainian Army has no real opportunity of success in continuing the offensive, some analysts expect Kiev to offer a ceasefire and negotiations, justifying the move in the eyes of pro-Ukrainian segment of the population by claims of “humanitarian reasons” and “international pressure.”… -->

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Kiev announces the date for the gay parade

Valeriy Geletey

While waiting for the promised victory parade in Sevastopol, Kiev has announced the date for the gay parade instead – it is now planned for July 5. The authorities expect at least 150 participants, the rest are probably kept preoccupied in the South-East. The location of the parade is kept secret, so it is not clear how the Ukrainian homosexuals will join … although we heard they have a plan “B”.… -->

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Kiev is planning an anti-Russian gay parade

 

LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) community of Ukraine intends to support the current government of the country and its territorial integrity at the festival “Kievpride-2014”, which will be held from June 30 to July 6. The festival organizers believe their task is to “fight pro-Russian provocateurs.”

Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people will act in support of Ukraine’s unity at the rally in Kiev. “We want our fellow citizens to know that LGBT stands for united and strong Ukraine, building an increasingly close relationship with the European Union”, – said the head of Ukrainian LGBT association “Gay Alliance Ukraine” Taras Karasiychuk.

“This year our goal is not to let pro-Russian provocateurs interfere with human rights in Ukraine for all, including the LGBT community,” – said co-chair of the Coalition in charge of discrimination Nazariy Bor.

Yes, shag your friend against Putin. Only healthy gay sex can save the unity of Ukraine against hordes of Chechen and thousands of commando. Fisting and spiked dildos are the most important weapons in the “patriotic anti-terrorist operation” against the people of the Eastern Ukraine.… -->

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