Dmitry Tymchuk’s Military Blog: Summary – August 27, 2014

Dmitry Tymchuk, Coordinator, Information Resistance
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

Brothers and sisters!

information_resistance_logo_engHere’s the Summary for August 27, 2014 (for previous summary, please see Summary for August 26).

The bad news:

1. The entry of two Russian battalion tactical groups onto the territory of Ukraine, along with a parallel “operation” of Russian special forces sabotage and reconnaissance groups in Donbas, have dramatically complicated the situation in the ATO zone.

A prior announcement by the “DNR” [Donetsk People’s Republic] leadership about their “counter-offensive” gives [us] an understanding that Russia went from the haphazard assistance of insurgents with manpower and weapons to conducting large-scale terrorist operations planned together with the terrorists. The Russians, [acting] in close collaboration with the terrorists, seek to increase, by several times, the territory controlled by the “DNR” in one fell swoop.

And if, in the area of Novoazovsk with all of its problems, the situation is not catastrophic, then the picture near Amvrosiivka (where, incidentally, the command post of a Russian BTG [battalion tactical group] has already been set up) is more complicated. If these guys don’t get pounded in the next few hours, then all of the successes of the ATO forces in Donetsk Oblast [region] from recent weeks can simply be leveled, and [they] will have to start all over again. Given that Putin is no longer particularly shy in throwing his troops here, the return of the lost positions can cost a lot more than taking them for the first time.

Actually, this scenario of the large-scale (but still not recognized by the Kremlin) Russian invasion was already launched in the middle of July, when it was suddenly interrupted at its start by the “Boeing” catastrophe. Now Putin has resumed implementing this plan.

2. As expected, the meeting in Minsk did not bring immediate success and dramatic agreements. Putin hasn’t promised anything to anyone, nor did he acknowledge anything.

The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry reported that the main outcome of the meeting are “the agreements about reaching some real progress in the release of all the hostages in the near future, as well as to intensify consultations about the closure of portions of the border, which are [presently] controlled by illegal armed groups.” As in, everyone supported the Ukrainian peace plan, even though Russia has not recognized its responsibility for the events in Donbas.

Dear diplomats, but Russia’s recognition of its responsibility–this is the only condition under which it is possible to negotiate with Putin. Without this, all the discussions are senseless. If the Kremlin says “it didn’t take [Crimea],” then it is pointless to demand its return.

 The good news:

1. The ATO headquarters is taking measures to save the situation both in the south, and in the direction of Amvrosiivka-Ilovaisk. Reinforcements are coming here at last. In Ilovaisk, our guys are holding a part of the city and access roads, as well as the elevations in the surrounding areas. The sweep continues in the settlements of Illyria, Malomykolaivka, and Rodakovo. Our troops are holding positions in the area of Khryashchuvate, Novosvitlivka, and Savur-Mohyla.

The situation has not changed dramatically throughout the day. But given the events of recent days in terms of the [increased] activity by the Russian occupiers, that’s more of a positive than a negative fact.

2. For the first time in six months of Russian invasion, the Russians began to use [their] brains and realize what a bloody abyss Putin is pushing them into. The Russian Federation has no sympathy or pity whatsoever for Ukrainians [who are being] killed daily in their own country at the behest of the Kremlin. But the Russians suddenly realized that they have to pay for the theft, so joyful for them, of the territories and sovereignty of Ukraine. With the lives of their warriors.

For us, this is a bleak discovery: every Russian–be it a mercenary or a soldier–[who is] killed in Ukraine–is one step more towards ending the meat grinder in Donbas. This is another step toward the enlightenment of the Russian society and towards their pressuring their own authorities to stop the aggression [in Ukraine].

How many more of these Russian aggressors do we need to kill, so that this very weak voice of Russian mothers gets heard in the Kremlin–I don’t know. But this voice has finally come out, and this is a positive fact.

P.S. Friends, in the next two days, for a number of reasons I won’t be able to write the daily summaries. I will be back on schedule starting from the beginning of next week.

Thank you all. And, we will win!

Source: Dmitry Tymchuk FB


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Combat Lifesaver training Doctor on the NATO-level combat medical training organized for Ukrainian troops by diaspora volunteers

By Dr. Ulana N. Suprun, MD, Patriot Defence Instructor, and Director of Humanitarian Initiatives at the Ukrainian World Congress
07.28.2014  Kyiv
Edited by Voices of Ukraine

“Every day we get reports from the front line that the training provided through CLS and the IFAKs are saving soldiers’ lives.”

The Ukrainian World Congress (UWC) project, Patriot Defence, was initiated in mid-May of 2014 in response to the urgent need for training in first aid on the battlefield, and providing individual first aid kits for Ukrainian soldiers. The soldiers had either no first aid kits at all, or were given an old Soviet rubber tourniquet and a bandage as their “kit.” Little if any medical training had been provided to them during their preparation for deployment. UWC began working with local Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) instructors from the Red Cross and the Ukrainian Center for Special Training, providing courses for Ukrainian soldiers in TCCC. However, the courses were geared more towards civilians and Law Enforcement, so we decided to bring in professional instructors to provide Combat Lifesaver courses for the soldiers, as well as to further train the local TCCC instructors.

Training on how to perform a pneumothorax procedure on a collapsed lung.

Combat Lifesaver (CLS) is a course taught to US and NATO soldiers in which they learn to treat the three main killers on the battlefield–catastrophic bleeding, blockage of the airway, and tension pneumothorax. CLS training takes into account the unique conditions of the battlefield and the primary responsibility of the soldier to first and foremost complete his combat mission. The Improved First Aid Kit (IFAK) given to each soldier provides the tools with which they can save their own (self-aid) and their fellow soldiers’ (buddy-aid) lives. UWC began providing this kind of training and IFAKs to Ukrainian soldiers beginning in June of 2014.



Once the professional trainers from ParamedCZ ran several courses in Ukraine and word got around, requests for more courses and IFAKs began pouring in. To date we have trained over 2000 soldiers, including those from the Armed Forces of Ukraine 25th Battalion, National Guard Second Battalion, SBU Alpha, Battalions Donbas, Myrotvorets, Kyiv II, Lviv, Zoloti Vorota, Ukrainian National Security Forces, Ukrainian Army Special Forces, and others in places ranging from the training base for the Armed Forces in Desna, for the National Guard and Battalions at Nova Petrivka, SBU Alpha base, Obukhiv, Vita Poshtova, Yavorivsky Polygon, to areas where soldiers are currently deployed in the ATO zone. After completion of training, the soldiers receive IFAKs.

Dr. Ulana N. Suprun training in the field

Dr. Ulana N. Suprun training in the field

The training course ideally spans two days-the first day in which the soldiers are taught the theory behind CLS and learn how to treat injuries using the CABC algorithm-Catastrophic bleed, Airway, Breathing, and Circulation. The second day is filled with simulations of battle conditions, where the skills learned on the first day are carried over into real life battle scenarios, with the students wearing full battle gear, performing the life-saving techniques under fire, surrounded by smoke and exploding grenades, so that they experience the true nature of “tactical combat first aid.” There is usually one trainer for 25 students, and a coordinator for the length of the training course.

Dr. Ulana N. Suprun handing out IFAKs at the completion of a training program

Dr. Ulana N. Suprun handing out IFAKs at the completion of a training program

Currently donations are coming in from all over the world, including Australia, Canada, the US, Austria, Germany, Great Britain and Ukraine.  We have provided 1250 IFAKs to the soldiers trained, and have 500 on the way.  We plan on reaching a goal of training 10,000 soldiers and providing each of them with an IFAK. There are 2-3 training courses happening every week, with a total of 25 Ukrainian instructors and visiting professional instructors from the US, Great Britain, Scotland, Czech Republic and Ireland, all with many years of experience as soldiers first, and combat medics second. Every day we get reports from the front line that the training provided through CLS and the IFAKs are saving soldiers’ lives. At the end of every training we hand an IFAK to each soldier-patriot, thanking them for their defence of Ukrainian independence and territorial integrity, and pass along the heartfelt support of the Ukrainian Diaspora, who through this program hope to give the soldiers the opportunity to save their own or their buddy’s life if injured in defense of Ukraine.

Patriot Defence Simulation video:

From the Staff of Voices of Ukraine: Please consider donating to Patriot Defence as a reliable, trusted and safe means for supporting Ukrainian troops with urgently needed, higher-tech Improved First Aid Kits and top level professionally certified combat medical trainers to help save lives now. Help them reach their goal of delivering 10,000 IFAKs to Ukrainian soldiers who are in trenches fighting daily to protect Ukraine.

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Ukrainian Army Fundraising: ONE CELOX EQUALS ONE LIFE

Edited by Voices of Ukraine

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Please, repost this information to save lives of Ukrainian soldiers.

“Dear Friends, THIS IS AN URGENT CALL TO ACTION. ONE CELOX EQUALS ONE LIFE!! The Ukrainian Army and Hospitals are in desperate need of our help. Unfortunately, Ukrainian soldiers lack many life saving supplies in the ongoing military conflict in the Eastern part of the country. One of the greatest needs is CELOX which is not available in Ukraine. CELOX STOPS BLEEDING AND SAVES LIVES!!!

Solomiya Vitvitska
Iryna Pylypenko
Tonya Levchuk
Dana Yarovaya

Today, so many Ukrainians are HEROES are fighting for our freedom! Please don’t give up on our guys!!! With our help, we can bring a father, son, friend, or loved one back home!!! Many thanks to everyone for reposts, financial support and help!!! TOGETHER – WE CAN HELP!!! Thank you!!!”

Source: YouCaring

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Attention readers! You can now donate to Ukrainian army via PayPal!

Translated by Voices of Ukraine and edited by Alex Howard

Screen Shot 2014-05-06 at 6.58.14 PMYuriy Biryukov, who goes by Wings Phoenix on Facebook, is a volunteer for the Ukrainian army.  His initiative collects almost 2 million Hryvnias a month, which goes to Ukrainian airborne troops, naval aviation, artillery brigades, the National Guard, the border control troops, and others.

For his April 28 delivery, Yuriy collected tons of food, sleeping bags, sleeping mats, medications, dozens of portable radios, hundreds of sets of body armor for airborne troops, and two hundred helmets. Thousands of people transferred the money. Hundreds of concerned individuals who are drawn in to search for all necessities.

Also, Yuriy is helping the naval aviation brigade to build the modular headquarters for their engineers and technicians. Naval aviation conducts aerial reconnaissance, transports cargo for military sailors, and performs search and rescue operations. To conduct the flights, it’s necessary to provide headquarters for technical staff who prepare aviation equipment for flying.

Wings Phoenix volunteers 18 hours a day. He says that he is sleep deprived, but someone has to take care of the business. Despite lacking rest, however, Yuriy Biryukov is happy to be the army’s volunteer quartermaster.

Here’s the long-awaited financial information for those willing to donate to the Ukrainian army:

M A X I M U M   R E P O S T !

PAYPAL Account – [updated on July 22]*
Purpose: transfer to friends or relatives
Message to the recipient: ArmyUA
After transferring the money – write a message here on Facebook, saying which unit to spend it on.

* Please check the original Wings Phoenix FB page in case the Paypal account has changed.

The servicemen will get the money promptly and definitely use them as intended: Yuriy provides all reports on his Facebook page. Here’re some links for your review:

Consolidated financial report:

Consolidated photo report:


Wings Phoenix confirmation from May 6, 2014:

Ah! Aha! Reporting: PayPal works. The first tranche from the account has already reached my PrivatBank card, and has been converted into Hryvnias and sent tax-free to the suppliers. Ha! In the evening, I will put everything in the reports.

So please, a big request to share this post, we need to get the news to our foreign patriots that there is a quick way to directly help our military units. There are still 2 working days until the 9th and I will try to do my best to supply our units with bulletproof vests and radios.

I will most definitely be able to deliver the vests on time to:

- Berdyansk border guards

- 72nd Guards mechanised brigade

Plus there are orders from:

- 1st Battallion of the National Guard

- 25nd Dnipropetrovsk Airborne

And the 79th of course.

They are bogged down, but they are trying.


All other transfers and financial accounts [in Russian] -

Sources: Wings Phoenix FB, ICTV

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Voices Editors: Slava! and Bravo! to all of our civilian and military heroes and to our brave Ukrainian spirit of generosity and love for our people. With deep thanks to Yuriy Biryukov for all you do for so many! And to the diaspora and concerned individuals who help in many little ways that add up – we are all connected and united by caring and doing what needs doing. That Phoenix will rise from the ashes on renewed wings! 

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84 more soldiers got out from being under siege near Ilovaisk from battalions Dnepr-1, Donbas and Svitiaz

09.01.2014 – 00:23
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

The Adviser to the Interior Minister Anton Geraschenko reported this on Facebook, referring to Donbas Commander Semyon Semyonchenko:

“Just now from the encirclement near Ilovaisk another 69 soldiers from the Donbas Battalion got out! Including all 4 female soldiers. Another 11 soldiers from the specialized Ministry of Interior Affairs [MIA] Battalion Svitiaz and 4 soldiers from the specialized MIA Battalion Dnepr-1 also came out of being under siege,” – he wrote.

According to Gerashchenko, on Monday they plan to publish lists of those soldiers who have not yet come out of the siege. “We will find out the fate of each [soldier] whose fate is not yet known,” – said Anton Geraschenko, “Glory to Ukraine!”

Source: Anton Gerashchenko FB

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Arkadiy Babchenko: The most terrible war for Russia

Screen Shot 2014-08-31 at 4.29.51 PMBy Arkadiy Babchenko, independent journalist, creator of “Journalism without intermediaries”
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

I think we are now observing the emergence of the most terrible war for Russia in the twentieth and twenty-first century. Not in terms of the number of the dead, but in the sense of what is now happening with [Russian] society. No other nation during a war thought of the fact that [one] could renounce the names of their dead husbands for money. That [one] could remove her husband’s name from his grave for a compensation or an apartment. That [one] could give up the name of the fallen father of her children. That one could present a deceased for a living [man]. That [one] could agree with the fact that their seemingly non-existent bodies will be buried in unmarked graves in a non-existent kind of war in the non-existent kind of country.

How can [one] be a paratrooper, and walk by the “honor, courage, valor” posters on the parade grounds every day, and then submit to the petty out-of-his-mind Gebist [KGB officer] and go to die by his order, to VOLUNTARILY renounce his name, erasing the memories of himself from the life around him–I don’t understand this.

In Chechnya, we have made dog tags from steel spoons, because if you are going to burn in an APC, the standard dog tags from aluminum alloy melt–and this was the main message of that war: to be identified. To have the opportunity to be buried. To be entitled to at least your name, if the right to life didn’t work out. And our commanders only helped us in this.

And the message of this war is not to be identified. To die without one’s own name.

I don’t understand how [one] could buy his dead citizens, who were sent to war by you as well.

I don’t understand how [one] could sell her deceased husband, son, brother for a compensation.

I don’t understand this.

It’s really frightening.

I am saying that this will be the last war for Russia, not because she won’t have the strength or the economy.

This will be the last war for Russia, because the process of disintegration of the ethos is almost complete. The moral degradation of the nation has practically taken place. And this war will just finish it.

Yes, and there is no longer a nation. There are no communities that could say about each of its members – “we.”

This territory is inhabited by separate groups and communities of aggressive and embittered people, randomly connected to each other by external circumstances, hating all others who are not part of their pack–and there is no longer a nation here.

I think when [our] descendants will study this time, in which you and I are now living, they won’t be able to describe it.

Because in order to understand what “Putinism” is, [one] needs to live in it.

Even our closest neighbors don’t understand this. The Ukrainians write to me–”Russia, wake up.” But we are not sleeping, dammit…

When [they are] trying to kill a person [with their own hands] for the fact that he didn’t prevent them from kicking the bucket as an anonymous numbered corpse during an undeclared war, with painted-over board numbers and removed epaulettes under a sign with numbers… I don’t know what else needs to be said [about this].

Every time I come across the names of my acquaintances in reports, I am surprised every time–well, nothing could have happened to him for sure.

Shlossberg [Russian Parliamentarian of the city of Pskov, who was allegedly assaulted for investigating the death of Pskov paratroopers] now, it turns out. His number is up, it seems.

Come on…

Source: Arkadiy Babchenko FB

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Russland erschafft ein antifaschistisches Komitee mit Nazis und Faschisten


Raschismus = Russischer Faschismus

Autor: Information Resistance (Übersetzung)

Die zweite Internationale Konferenz „Russland, Ukraine und Noworossija: Globale Probleme und Herausforderungen“ wurde für den 29.-30. August in Jalta, Krim, angekündigt. Die Konferenz wurde vom Koordinationszentrum „Neue Rus“ organisiert, das von A. Angipolow geleitet wird, einem früheren ukrainischen Staatsbürger, der vom russischen Föderalen Sicherheitsdienst (FSB) rekrutiert worden war. Unter den Themen, die auf diesem Black Sabbath in Jalta diskutiert worden waren, sind die folgenden:

„Die ukrainische Krise – wer trägt die Schuld und was ist zu tun?“

„Geopolitische Herausforderungen für Russland: Wege der Bewältigungen und weitere Perspektiven.“

„Konfiguration der multi-polaren Welt: Zentren von Macht und Schwäche.“

„Ukraine ohne Krim und Noworossija, Serbien ohne den Kosovo, Georgien ohne Abchasien – neue Realtäten der modernen Weltordnung.“

„Wie die USA ihre Probleme auf Kosten anderer lösen.“

„Wir gründen den Russischen Antifaschistischen Rat.“

Das Interessanteste ist, dass der „antifaschistische Rat“ durch Europäische Faschisten und Nazis gebildet werden soll. Natürlich unter Aufsicht des Führers im Kreml unter Einschluss von Mitgliedern von Menschenrechtsräten und anderen „prominenten“ Figuren, die als Propagandisten für das alleinige Recht Russlands auftreten, den globalen und speziell den ukranischen „Faschismus“ zu bekämpfen.

Die Teilnehmerliste der Konferenz von Jalta enthielt:

  1. Polen: Bartosz Bekier, der Führer der faschistischen „Phalanx“, Chefredakteur von, das aktiv den „Erfolg“ der Terroristen in Noworossija“ fördert. In diesem Jahr hat er die „Donezker Republik“ bereits besucht und lokale Terroristen getroffen. Früher, im Mai, hat er Baschar Assad bereits besucht, zusammen mit dem belgischen Nazi Luc Michel. Der Trip wurde vom Kreml bezahlt.

Mateusz Piskorski – Generalsekretär des „Europäischen Zentrums für geopolitische Analyse“ – einer vom Geheimdienst des Kreml bezahlten Schein-Organisation, mit dem Hauptziel, Putins Regime zu propagieren. Er war der Herausgeber eines Nazi-Magazins, „Odala“ und ist ein Antisemit und Rassist. Er diente als Beobachter des illegalen Referendums auf der Krim. Über ihn werden wir im Detail später mehr berichten.

Conrad Renkas – Leiter der Abteilung „post-sowjetische Staaten“ im „Europäischen Zentrums für geopolitische Analyse“. Ein Antisemit. Genau wie Piskorski und Bekier bezahlt durch den Geheimdienst des Kreml.

  1. Großbritannien: Nicholas John Griffin – der Führer der British National Party. Während seiner Kindheit und Jugend am Neofaschismus interessiert. In den 1980ern organisierte Griffin neofaschistische Skinhead-Konzerte in Großbritannien. 1998 wurde Griffin schuldig gesprochen, Material verteilt zu haben, das Rassenhass fördert, und zu 9 Monaten Haft mit zwei Jahren Bewährung sowie einer Geldstrafe von 2300 Pfund verurteilt. Holocaustleugner. Erklärte sich Anfang 2014 für bankrott. Sein Trip auf die Krim wird möglicherweise vom 1. oder 2. Sekretär der russischen Botschaft in London bezahlt.
  2. Belgien: Luc Michel, der engste Schüler und Gefolgsmann des – 1992 verstorbenen – belgischen Nazis Jean-François Thiriart, dem Leiter der Schein-Organisation “European council for democracy and elections”. Nahm am illegalen Referendum auf der Krim teil. Aus irgendeinem Grund nennt ihn die Kreml-Propaganda fortwährend Mitglied des Europäischen Parlaments.

Frank Creyelmann – ein Repräsentant der belgischen Separatistenpartei „Vlaams Belang“ (Flämische Interessen), war ein Beobachter des illegalen Referendums auf der Krim. Neonazi, Islamophober, persona non grata in der Türkei.

  1. Ungarn: M. Dendesch, ein Mitglied der Jobbik-Partei, von mehreren europäischen Experten als Neonazi und Neofaschist charakterisiert. Der ungarische Generalstaatsanwalt beschuldigt Jobbik der Kooperation mit dem russischen Geheimdienst. Früher in diesem Jahr besuchte M.Dendesch (als Mitglied einer Delegation von Jobbik) Moskau. Während dieses Besuchs diskutierte er die Autonomie der ethnischen Ungarn in der ukrainischen Oblast Transkarpatien (Sakarpatska oblast), d.h, wie man die Situation dort destabilisieren könne.

[Anm. d. Übers.: Transkarpatien bzw. die „Karpatenukraine“, gehörte bis 1920 zum – mit Österreich in Realunion verbundenen – Königreich Ungarn, musste aber, infolge des Vertrages von Trianon, an die Tschechoslowakei abgegeben werden. Nach dem durch Nazi-Deutschland und seinen Verbündeten, das faschistische Italien, angeleiteten Ersten Wiener Schiedsspruch von 1938, fiel die Gegend wieder an Ungarn. Nachdem sie nach dem Krieg wieder kurz zur Tschechoslowakei gehörte, wurde sie 1946 endgültig der Ukraine eingegliedert. Ungarns nationalistische Regierung strebt die Rückgewinnung der mit dem (Friedens-)Vertrag von Trianon verlorenen Gebiete nicht nur in der Ukraine an.]

Zu diesen Nazis und Faschisten gesellten sich andere leidenschaftliche „Antifaschisten“:

  • Sergej Glasiew – Berater des russischen Präsidenten.
  • Maxim Schewtschenko – Mitglied des Menschenrechtsrats des Russischen Präsidenten.
  • Terroristen der Donezker und Luhansker Republiken.
  • Separatisten aus Transkarpatien, die sich selber als „transkarpatische Ruthenen“ bezeichnen [Anm. d. Übers.: „Ruthenen“ war früher der Name für die unter Habsburger Herrschaft stehenden Ukrainer] – Petr Getzko, Wassility Dschugan und Anatoli Sava. Es muss bemerkt werden, daß diese „Ruthenen“ nicht in Transkarpatien leben. Doch unlängst, (nach Jobbiks Besuch in Moskau), beanspruchten sie aktiv, 90% der Bewohner der Region zu vertreten (fast das gleiche, wie beim Resultat des Krim-„Referendums“). Nun arbeiten sie aktiv mit Jobbik und dem russischen Geheimdienst zusammen, um – unter dem Vorwand, eine ruthenische und ungarische Autonomie zu schaffen – die Situation in Transkarpatien zu destabilisieren. Das Treffen in Jalta könnte eine Diskussion der Details des „Sakarpatia“-Szenarios sein.

Gruppe „Informationswiderstand“, „Bravo“-Sektion


Aus dem Russischen übersetzt von Kirill Michailow

aus dem Englischen übersetzt von Dagmar Schatz und editiert von Voices of Ukraine

Über den Autor:


„Informationswiderstand“ ist ein Nicht-Regierungs-Projekt, dessen Ziel es ist, externe Bedrohungen gegen den informationellen Raum der Ukraine in den wesentlichen Themenkreisen wir Militär, Wirtschaft und Informationssicherheit abzuwehren. Der Informationswiderstand wirkt als Initiative der NGO „Zentrum für militärische und politische Studien“, das sich in Kiew befindet, und wurde am 2. März 2014, dem Tag des russischen Eindringens auf die Krim gestartet.

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Ukrainian Intelligence: Terrorist Acts Planned in Horlivka Tomorrow (09/01)

Excerpt from the RNBO Daily Summary

08.31.2014, 17:13 EEST
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

Ukrainian intelligence received information from the immediate circle of bandit leader Gubanov (codename Batya ['Daddy']) that on September 1, 2014, a number of terrorist acts will be committed against school children and their parents in Horlivka, Donetsk oblast. Specifically, children and guests will be invited to one of the monuments in the city at 10 am, where a bloody execution will take place.

horlivka It should also be noted that a number of Russian journalists have been invited to the First Bell [beginning of school year] festivities in Horlivka. It is easy to imagine what Russian propaganda leaders wish to show on their channels, and the light it will be presented in. This would not be the first time such events are organized by terrorists for Russian TV channels. In particular, the terrorists have previously carried out numerous attacks against residential areas of cities and blamed them on the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the Ukrainian government.

Source: Council for National Security and Defense of Ukraine

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Die russische Invasion und die Todesfälle, die Putin nicht erwähnt

1409277471-putin-sauervon Halya Coynash – Charkiwer Menschenrechtsgruppe – 29. August 2014 (Übersetzung)
Übersetzung von Voices of Ukraine

Warum sollte Russland sich nicht im Zweifel über die “ernsthaften Konsequenzen” befinden, wenn die westlichen Führer selbst nach den vermehrt auftauchenden Beweisen über die direkte Beteiligung der russischen Streitkräfte mit russischen Panzern und anspruchsvollen Waffen auf dem ukrainischen Territorium zum großen Teil weiterhin die alten Warnungen wieder aufwärmen?

Die Sprecher bei einer Dringlichkeitssitzung des Sicherheitsrats der Vereinten Nationen haben am 28. August einer nach dem anderen die Aggression Russlands in der Ukraine deutlich benannt, und dennoch keine wirklich ernst zu nehmenden Maßnahmen angekündigt, um sie zu stoppen. Folgerichtig beschloss der russische Präsident Wladimir Putin, seinerseits Worte der “Besorgnis” über sinnlose Todesfälle hinzuzufügen. Continue reading

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