Ukraine's South-eastern counties unite under the name of Novorossiya - New Russia

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Donbass People's Militia leader Paul Gubarev announced that negotiations between the People's Republic of Lugansk and Donetsk have been successfully completed. Donetsk Congress founded a new popular front, which brings together and place south-eastern regions' people militia under a unified command.

The leaders of the two countries have signed a memorandum today, which states that the independent states of the People's Republic of Donetsk and Lugansk unite and form a federation under the name of Novorossiya - New Russia.

Other counties in the region can join the new state formation if they want to; currently, half of Ukraine's regions started decoupling themselves from the Atlanticist Kiev government that came to power by a military coup.

(hidfo.net – hungarianambiance.com)

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

US Ukraine Policy Reaching Dead End

www.strategic-culture.org/news/2014/05/25/us-ukraine-policy-reaching-dead-end.html

... The hopes Kiev cherishes for rapprochement with the United States are in vain. The US policy is aimed at creating smoldering conflicts in Eurasia in order to destabilize Russia. Ukraine is a link in the chain and the preparations for making it a hotbed have been taking place for dozens of years. Washington has become a sponsor of putschists’ regime to strengthen its presence on the Dnieper shores. Americans do their best to aggravate the things pushing the Ukrainian state to total collapse.

Around 90 percent of the population supported the political independence of Donbass at the referendums recently held simultaneously in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions. The results show that in fact Ukraine is a divided country. The people in the Ukraine’s south-east don’t want to live according to the rules established by overseas sponsors. It will never recognize the rule of US puppets in Kiev. The United States hopes to solve all the problems by holding the presidential election as early as possible though none of the candidates are able to unite Ukraine. The people of the country don’t live by the same laws anymore; they have different vision of the country’s future and don’t want to live together. No election can legalize the provisional regime based in Kiev...

The Crimean Frontier in World Development (II)

www.strategic-culture.org/news/2014/05/25/the-crimean-frontier-in-world-development-ii.html

... The Crimean frontier in world development is not only a result; it is a new step in the rise of the polycentric world.

The course of history which had, it seemed, become familiar over the past quarter century has been disrupted; its rhythms have become noticeably faster. The stage of the buildup of contradictions rushing spasmodically toward their elimination is ending. A time of «unlikely events» is coming, a time of mysterious and powerful «black swans», to use the expression of Arab-American entrepreneur and uncertainty theorist Nassim Nicholas Taleb.

One of the facets of the developing polycentric world is the repudiation of democratization from without and the acknowledgement that it is necessary for conservative, progressive and even fundamental regimes to coexist; democracies and autocracies; everything which is a natural part of various cultural and historical grounds. The world must avoid unimaginative emulation of the West, as uniformity is fatal for the continuation of life...

How the IMF Destroyed Greece: The Reality of the Greek “Success story”: On Its Way to Become a Third World Country

www.globalresearch.ca/how-the-imf-destroyed-greece-the-reality-of-the-greek-success-story-on-its-way-to-become-a-third-world-country/

Anonymous said...

Putin sees chance to break up NATO EU by Paul Craig Roberts

presstv.com/detail/2014/05/25/364071/putin-sees-chance-to-break-up-nato/

Western propaganda about events in Ukraine has two main purposes. One is to cover up, or to distract from, Washington’s role in overthrowing the elected democratic government of Ukraine. The other is to demonize Russia.

The truth is known, but truth is not a part of the Western TV and print media. The intercepted telephone call between US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland and the US Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt reveals the two coup plotters discussing which of Washington’s stooges will be installed as Washington’s person in the new puppet government.

The intercepted telephone call between Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet and EU foreign policy official Catherine Ashton revealed suspicions, later confirmed by independent reports, that the sniper fire that killed people on both sides of the Kiev protests came from the Washington-backed side of the conflict...
Washington, its EU puppets, and the Western media have denied that the votes in Crimea, Donetsk, and Luhansk are sincere and spontaneous. Instead, Washington alleges that the protests leading to the votes and the votes themselves were orchestrated by the Russian government with the use of bribes, threats, and coercion. Crimea was said to be a case of Russian invasion and annexation.

These are blatant lies, and the foreign observers of the elections know it, but they have no voice in the Western media, which is a Ministry of Propaganda for Washington. Even the once proud BBC lies for Washington...
Washington’s press for sanctions against Russia has an obstacle in Germany. The German Chancellor, Merkel, is Washington’s vassal, but Germany’s Foreign Minister Frank Walter Steinmeier and German industry are no friends of sanctions. In addition to Germany’s dependence on natural gas from Russia, thousands of German companies are doing business in Russia, and the employment of several hundred thousands of Germans is dependent on economic relations with Russia. Former German chancellors Helmut Schmidt and Gerhard Schroeder have slammed Merkel for her subservience to Washington. Merkel’s position is weak, because she has put herself in the position of sacrificing the interests of Germany to Washington’s interests.

Putin, who has demonstrated that he is not the typical dumb Western politician, sees in the conflict between Washington’s pressure on Germany and Germany’s real interests a chance to break up NATO and the EU. If Germany decides, as Yanukovych did, that Germany’s interests lie in its economic relations with Russia, not in being a puppet state of Washington, can Washington overthrow the government of Germany and install a more reliable puppet?

Perhaps Germany has had enough of Washington. Still occupied by Washington’s troops 69 years after the end of World War II, Germany has had its educational practices, its history, its foreign policy, and its membership in the EU and euro mechanism coerced by Washington. If Germans have any national pride - and as a very recently unified people, they might still have some national pride - these impositions by Washington are too much to accept...
As long as Washington controls Europe, Russia has no prospects of being a part of the West, unless Russia becomes Washington’s puppet state, like Germany, Britain, and France.

Anonymous said...

Evelyn Rothschild many years ago declared big Asian countries as a center of their – oligarch operations.

Anonymous said...

Good comment (above) - while the West implodes (the distraction), the Rothschild parasite moves the financial empire East (the agenda).

Why War Is Inevitable By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts

www.globalresearch.ca/why-war-is-inevitable/


GRTV Propaganda and the Ukraine Crisis Full Length Documentary

www.globalresearch.ca/gtrv-full-length-documentarypropaganda-and-the-ukraine-crisis/

This full length GRTV documentary produced by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya examines the fictitious land of “Nulandistan” (named after Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland) that has been constructed out of Ukraine.

It depicts how the realities of crimes against humanity and political oppression involving terrorist mobs are casually replaced by a World of fiction, in which real “Western style democracy” prevails...

How the Ukrainian Civil War Started

www.globalresearch.ca/how-the-ukrainian-civil-war-started/

Bloodbath in Odessa guided by interim rulers of Ukraine

www.voltairenet.org/article183807.html

Crime in Odessa by Thierry Meyssan

www.voltairenet.org/article183676.html

Anonymous said...

Why Richard Morningstar Is Threatening Azerbaijan with a Maidan ?

www.strategic-culture.org/news/2014/05/30/why-morningstar-threatening-azerbaijan-with-maidan.html

Several days ago Richard Morningstar, the U.S. Ambassador in Baku, made a statement in an interview with the Azerbaijani office of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty of a sort which diplomats do not usually dare to make. The American suggested that one of the lessons Baku should learn from the events in Ukraine is that the Maidan could repeat itself in Azerbaijan if, as he said, the rights of civil society are violated...
The American strategists are counting on a new escalation of tensions around Nagorno-Karabakh pushing Azerbaijan toward NATO and the possible formation of an Ankara-Tbilisi-Baku «axis» (Ankara already has a package of agreements on guarantees of security and mutual assistance with Baku). In recent years the military and political component has been growing intensely in this hypothetical threesome. Georgia is setting the pace in raising the level of military interaction between the neighbors. Turkey and Azerbaijan are for now showing more restraint, understanding the risks in creating a hostile regional alliance in the zone of Russia's strategic interests. However, a violation of the status quo in the zone of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict could change a lot.

Of the four countries in the nearly-forgotten GUAM alliance (Georgia-Ukraine-Moldova-Azerbaijan), to which at various stages of the American geopolitical idea it was planned to add Turkey, only Azerbaijan has yet to confirm its Euroatlantic ambitions. As some Western experts are inclined to believe, the reason for such caution is Azerbaijan's «complex neighborship» with Russia and Iran.

The Caspian factor plays a separate role in U.S. plans to make political processes in the region more confrontational. The upcoming fourth summit of the Caspian countries in Astrakhan is to be held at approximately the same time as the September NATO summit in Wales. Washington has set a goal of not allowing any breakthrough decisions to be made at the September meeting of the Caspian Five. The settlement of the remaining unresolved issues on the status of the Caspian Sea does not jibe with America's scheme for maintaining tensions in the region. For that reason, they will try not to allow Azerbaijan to resolve its problems with Iran (in which Russia has an interest) on the delimitation of the national sectors of the Caspian Sea. Washington is also resisting the creation of mechanisms for maintaining security in the sea/lake exclusively by coastal cities. Azerbaijan previously did not agree to Moscow's suggestion of creating a joint naval operational cooperation group (KASFOR) on the Caspian Sea, but now Baku is not so categorical; this alone arouses the irritation of American strategists...

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