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.
(hidfo.net – hungarianambiance.com)
(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.)