Details of an interview given by Slavjansk people's militia leader Igor Strelkov to a local TV station

Thursday, July 10, 2014

After a month in the midst of an active siege and three months of fighting we have come to the conclusion that the Ukrainian army's tactic is not to destroy the militia, but to destroy the infrastructure including the total destruction of industrial facilities in the region. This seems very strange, but it is now widely known that the people's militia is not the main target of the army, but the industrial plants and factories.

In Nikolajevka the Ukrainian army has fired on a thermal power plant for three days, even though not one of our militiamen was there; in other words there was no military purpose to attack the plant.

The same thing happened in Slavjansk, the Ukrainian army fired on factories while not one of our fighters was there. We had no check-points there, yet the Ukrainian army systematically attacked the factories.

In other words, the goal was not to cleanse the city of the militia but to bring the greatest possible devastation in the infrastructure of the city while the people's militia was in the area. The goal is to deprive residents of the region from jobs, housing and other living conditions. Essentially, they have driven people out of the region, because now even after the fighting stops nothing left to live for.

I am of the opinion that the current Ukrainian leadership and the leadership of the Ukrainian army will not shy away from doing the same in the city of Donetsk. No one should have any illusion of their intentions. Even if we retreat, they would not let residents of Donetsk alone, they would continue cleansing the city of its residents.

The United Europe does not want a competitive and strong industrial Donetsk region. What they want is an area where a few hundred thousand or even a million cheap slave laborers work in their sweatshops.

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(Note: Reminder to Ukrainians. This is what can happen to your country but in a much larger scale. Details of a speech given by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán earlier this year.

Hungary was once a sugar producing super power, because we were among the first countries to recognize in the nineteenth century that sugar will be a mass market commodity.
Our sugar factories survived two world wars and sixty years of communism, but did not survive the period of political and economic transformation that came in the wake of the collapse of the Soviet Union - meaning: the European Union; then, we had 12 sugar factories employing 8,000 people and producing 600 thousand tons of sugar; today, only one has left and even that one is owned by foreigners. Hungary today, imports two-thirds of its sugar needs.)


Anonymous said...

Old Europe Going Decay

...There is something rotten emerged drawing a partition line between the West and the East of the Eurasian continent. The parts are divided by a trench filled with Anglo-Saxon poison. Russia has worked out at least some kind of immunity. The continental Europe is much more vulnerable. It is still under the illusion of such a thing as «Atlantic solidarity». It does not realize that the United States and Great Britain are as hostile to it as to Russia...
The going on competition for minerals and markets between the United States, the European Union, Japan and the emerging economies of BRICS is an irrefutable fact. Russia is a factor that may tip the future balance – it decides if the Anglo-Saxon alliance (the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Australia, and New Zealand) will continue to dominate the world or will it become multipolar, when launching a war becomes a risky thing for anyone.

Washington and London realize well that the mutually advantageous cooperation between the European Union and the Eurasian Economic Union, which in future could be added by China, India and other Asian countries, will diminish the Europe’s interests towards the relationship with the United States and undermine the so-called «Atlantic solidarity». With no threat visible in the East, Europeans will hardly want to take part in the Washington and London-led military adventures in Africa and Asia. That’s why Anglo-Saxons try to drive a wedge between the European Union and Russia, to weaken the Russian state and in ideal to have it disintegrated to lay its paws on Russian mineral riches. In other words they want to have Russia moved away from the grand chessboard to have dependent Europe playing by their rules.

A question pops up: why are Europeans so pliant? Why do they let Anglo-Saxons drag them into the stand-off with Russia because of internal conflict in Ukraine?...
Anglo-Saxons have taken under their control the territory between the Baltic and the Black seas which is important for trade between the European Union and the Eurasian Union...

The European Union is surprisingly adamant on its way of destroying the Ukrainian economy as a result of EU association policy to deprive Europe of any profit from exporting goods to this country because of living standards going down...

Anonymous said...

Europe Has No Substitute for Russian Energy Resources

In many ways, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksander Vucic’s two-day visit to Moscow this week was a breakthrough. To begin with, both sides finally managed to come to an agreement on all issues concerning Serbia’s involvement in the South Stream pipeline project. Serbia’s Prime Minister also emphasised an interest in developing a partnership with Russia, which he sees as a priority of his country’s foreign policy…

The international context in which the high-level talks between Russia and Serbia took place, and in which Serbia’s Prime Minister was received not just by his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev, but also Russian President Vladimir Putin, were hardly auspicious. In recent weeks, the West has noticeably increased pressure on Belgrade to side with the general chorus of anti-Russian voices on the issue of sanctions. And in Serbia itself, the voices of those calling for Belgrade’s historic partnership with Moscow to be lead to the altar of EU integration can be heard. In a recent interview with the AFP news agency, local political analyst Jelena Milic even accused Russia of exerting «growing pressure» on Serbs «to block Serbia’s EU integration» [1]. During a recent visit to Germany, meanwhile, Prime Minister Vucic himself spoke so strongly in favour of a partnership with Berlin that many spoke of the country’s irreversible geopolitical u-turn towards the West. In particular, the Serbian Prime Minister remarked that Serbia is too small to be Berlin’s partner, but that it «would like to be Germany’s ally» and for that, «Serbia must change». ..

Anonymous said...

Organ Harvesting in Ukraine Goes Unreported

Unlike the terrorist offenses in Libya, Syria, and now Iraq, backed by the United States, the UK, the EU, members of NATO as well as regional collaborators such as Saudi Arabia, Israel, and Qatar, where any attempts to stop extremists from seizing entire nations is met by the West’s howling indignation and accusations of “human rights abuses,” the unmitigated brutality executed by literal Nazis in Ukraine against breakaway provinces in the east are accompanied by a hypocritical silence from the West. Refugees streaming away from encircled and bombarded populated centers tell tales of mass murder, indiscriminate targeting of civilians, and even grisly accounts of forced organ harvesting taking place from the bodies of those killed by Kiev’s combined arms offensive, or from those kidnapped by criminal gangs operating in the vacuum of impunity afforded by the West’s silence.

Unlike in Libya, Syria, and now Iraq where the Western media eagerly reported “activist” accounts as unquestionable truth, and even participated in flagrant fabrications to justify further military intervention, particularly in Libya and Syria, networks like the BBC dismiss Ukrainian refugee accounts as hearsay not warranting any further investigation. In the BBC’s article, “The Ukrainian refugees escaping to Russia,” it states:

They claim that masses of Polish snipers have been shooting civilians, that children have been abducted and flown to America to have their organs removed, and that the Ukrainian army has been killing refugees who have been trying to escape.

There is no evidence to support any of these wild claims. But what they prove is a deep-seated mistrust of Kiev.

What could be considered more “wild” is the BBC’s outrageous hypocrisy, their lack of investigating claims – considering they claim to be journalists – and their lack of explanation as to just why the people of eastern Ukraine harbor a “deep-seated mistrust of Kiev.” Why would thousands of eastern Ukrainians, hostile or distrusting of Kiev, flee their homes in the first place had Kiev not been carrying out a policy of criminal brutality?...

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