Former Putin advisor Andrei Illarionov announced the second part of Putin’s plan

March 6, 2014 10:00
Translated by Erika Nebor Bruscia
Edited by Voices of Ukraine


Andrei Illarionov, who predicted the occupation of Crimea, announced the second part of Putin’s plan. In short, here’s the gist of it.

1) Crimean theatre of operations. Following the referendum of March 30, 2014 (it can be moved to an earlier date), the region turns into an “independent republic of Crimea.” The Crimean Tatars are subjected to ethnic cleansing and deportation from the territory of the Crimean peninsula (i.e. similar experience targeting Georgians, Greeks, Jews in Abkhazia and South Ossetia).

2) Slobozhansk and Novorossiysk theatre of operations. In Eastern and Southern Ukraine, organized provocations that result in death of Russian citizens and Russian-speaking citizens of Ukraine, the so-called “Russian nationals and compatriots. For their “protection from disorder and chaos” the invading troops of the aggressor are moved across the full length of the Russian-Ukrainian border from Glukhov to Novoazovsk, as well as the Crimean foothold through Perekop and Chongar. Russian air assault forces land in Mariupol, Berdyansk, Melitopol, Kherson, Mykolayiv, and Odesa.

3) Kyiv theatre of operations. The main goal of the unfolding offensive is to overthrow the “illegitimate” Kyiv authorities – the acting President, the government, the “partly legitimate” Rada [Ukrainian Parliament].

Step 1. In fact, is already being implemented. Referendum really plans to accelerate it [it is now planned for March 16, 2014]. The most horrible part [of the referendum] is the deportation of the Crimean Tatars. However, to fully realize it will not be fully implemented for a number of reasons, including the military forces. Today, the Russian armed forces are not ready for full resistance from the Crimean Tatars.

Step 2. The first part is already being implemented. Air assault forces still look fantastic.

Step 3. Putin will make every effort to disrupt the presidential elections in Ukraine. That includes legal challenges to the lawfulness of the elections in the absence of a vote in Crimea.

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2 Responses to Former Putin advisor Andrei Illarionov announced the second part of Putin’s plan

  1. chervonaruta says:

    Reblogged this on Euromaidan PR and commented:

    The future steps in Putin’s invasion plans according to former advisor Illarionov

  2. Margot says:

    President Obama, Chancellor Merkel, and Prime Minister Cameron need to hire the Nanny to potty train Putin. When he is ready to wear big boy pants, and behave as a mature, emotionally balanced man, then he will be allowed to sit with the Men and women that allowed he and his country in to the G20. In Putin’s infantile wisdom, he appears determined to drag Russia back into a dank and dark cave.

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