Friday, September 5, 2014

Kiev/East Ukraine Seperatists agree on ceasefire- Azov/ISIS similarities

From left to right:- Former Ukrainian president Leonid Kuchma, representative of self proclaimed "People Republic of Donetsk", Prime Minister Alexander Zakharchenko, OSCE envoy Heidi Tagliavini, Russian Ambassador to the Ukraine Mikhail Zurabov, rebel leader of "People Republic of Lugansk" Igor Plotnitsky make an official statement on the signing of a ceasefire agreement in Minsk, on September 5, 2014
RT

The truce agreement comes into force starting 6 pm local time (15:00 GMT).
The president has ordered to cease fire starting at the time stated in the protocol.
“I give the order to the chief of the General staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces to cease fire, starting from 18.00 [local time] on September 5,” Poroshenko's statement says.
Poroshenko then called on both the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry and the OSCE to provide international monitoring of compliance with the bilateral ceasefire.
“We must do everything possible and impossible to stop bloodshed and put an end to people’s suffering,” the president said in a statement posted on his official website.
 
Both Donetsk and Lugansk have said they are ready to lay down arms starting from 15:00GMT.
Representatives of the rebel forces have said they will obey the ceasefire if Kiev follows suit.
“Most of the points of the protocol correspond with our demands,” Lugansk’s leader Igor Plotnitsky said.
“However, the ceasefire does not mean a shift from our course of breaking away from Ukraine. This is a compulsory measure,” he said.
The OSCE’s Heidi Tagliavini has welcomed the agreement saying “it is good news.”
She has revealed that the protocol consists of 12 points, and “the ceasefire is the chief one.”
The participants in the talks will prepare another document - a memorandum on settling the situation in Ukraine, a Donetsk representative said.
The two sides accompanied by representatives of Russia and the OSCE were meeting in the Belorussian capital, Minsk, in an attempt to end the bloodshed in eastern Ukraine.

Keep an eye on the US and the neo nazi freaks in Ukraine- I suspect very much the Nazi brigades have other loyalties, and the Azov battalion is quite active at this time

Ukraine crisis: the neo-Nazi brigade fighting pro-Russian separatists
Kiev throws paramilitaries – some openly neo-Nazi - into the front of the battle with rebels 

 The Azov battalion has the most chilling reputation of all. Last week, it came to the fore as it mounted a bold attack on the rebel redoubt of Donetsk, striking deep into the suburbs of a city under siege. 
 The Azov men use the neo-Nazi Wolfsangel (Wolf’s Hook) symbol on their banner and members of the battalion are openly white supremacists, or anti-Semites.
The Azov battalion uses the neo-Nazi Wolfsangel (Wolf''s Hook) symbol on its banner (Tom Parfitt)
I suspect the Naziism is used to antagonize the Russian populace.

 Azov’s extremist profile and slick English–language pages on social media have even attracted foreign fighters. ( Does that sound the least bit familiar? Recruiting foreigners? Think ISIS, which is being promoted as a 'world menace because of it's world wide recruitment/attraction. Why is Azov good? And ISIS bad?  ) Mr Biletsky says he has men from Ireland, Italy, Greece and Scandinavia. At the base in Urzuf, Mikael Skillt, 37, a former sniper with the Swedish Army and National Guard, leads and trains a reconnaissance unit.

19 comments:

  1. I have a very bad feeling about the ceasefire.

    The Ukranians and their western backers are liars and deceivers to the core.

    The militia counter offensive may have ground to a halt, but they were making good progress clearing up the isolated pockets of Ukranian soldiers.

    Now the Ukranians will regroup, resupply and everything will kick off again with the initiative back in the court of the Ukranians.

    The only hope is that they will repeat their tactical and strategic blunders, but even the Ukranian government may learn eventually.

    I am concerned that the rank and file militia have been sold out. I hope very, very much that I am wrong, but this ceasefire makes no sense to me from a militia perspective.

    Anthony

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    1. I agree Amerika neo-cons are off plotting the next move and by now everyone who deals with Amerika knows that.

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    2. Hey Anthony I agree with you regarding the militia perspective they had all the momentum, but, as hubby says, they are on a hair trigger
      Hope for the best, prepare for the worst.

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    3. Hey jo
      no offense intended but I actually do believe that the US will intentionally pull their puppet Poroshenko's strings and destroy the ceasefire.
      Bad for the planet.

      Obama is making it pretty clear the US intends to carry on
      and NATO needs war to justify it's very existence

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  2. notice the similarities between our Ukie militias and ISIS
    hmmm....

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    1. I'm sure you mean the Ukraine Army and ISIS. I do both are using untrained soldiers to do the dirty deed of dying.

      The chocolate king might want to make plans to run just in case victoria nuland and friends have decide to give the Nazis the ok to overthrow the govt again.

      ISIS reminds me of the death squads of South America and we know who trained them


      Small print but nothing changes on how to attack people senses.

      http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-mZF0v4fSDQQ/VAn1j89Ik4I/AAAAAAAAkL8/gkTsJNbhg_M/s1600/00.jpeg
      Stolen from my friend 99

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    2. Hi Jo

      Apologies I should have been more clear- I am talking the similarites between the neonazi groups- and ISIS

      Last paragraph of my post referencing the Azov battalion


      "Azov’s extremist profile and slick English–language pages on social media have even attracted foreign fighters. ( Does that sound the least bit familiar? Recruiting foreigners? Think ISIS, which is being promoted as a 'world menace because of it's world wide recruitment/attraction. Why is Azov good? And ISIS bad? ) Mr Biletsky says he has men from Ireland, Italy, Greece and Scandinavia. At the base in Urzuf, Mikael Skillt, 37, a former sniper with the Swedish Army and National Guard, leads and trains a reconnaissance unit"

      hope that clarifies- definitely not referencing the separatists/ anti fascists (which is what I usually call the people fighting for their land in E Ukraine)

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    3. No problem I was worried they my have put something your drinking water:)

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    4. hi jo

      thankfully, we drink unfluoridated water- a blessing

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    5. jo, I love that little jpg
      so relevant- so perfect
      don't know if it really was communist propaganda or carefully chosen/crafted to create a specific idea- however it is alive and well an plainly on display this very day

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  3. pic.twitter.com/F44C5FohW8
    Catherina @Catherina_News 6m
    Gazprom to fall under new EU capital ban
    ‪#‎Russia‬
    http://rt.com/business/185504-gazprom-sanctions-eu-ban/ …
    Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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    more Bull from the Master(puppet): Obama:'Obama said the ceasefire in eastern Ukraine – agreed upon only hours earlier – was a result of “both the sanctions that have already been applied and the threat of further sanctions, which are having a real impact on the Russian economy and have isolated Russia in a way we have not seen in a very long time.”................he takes credit for actions he had no part in...stupid americans keep electing pycho

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    1. what would you expect from Obama?
      He has to make himself look like the global overlord even when he had nothing to do with a positive change

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  4. okay maybe I messed that comment up:

    http://euromaidancanada.ca/en/causes/stop-rt-news-in-canada/

    Have you seen this Penny? I was wondering what had happened to RT - it is off air and apparantly experiencing technical difficulties...

    this reminds me of the JDL site.

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    1. I hadn't seen it, wow!

      Hopefully Canadians don't take that bait, has to be the NATO funded Ukie nutters we have here in Canada

      I don't have any sort of cable tv- I watch RT online
      Have you been able to get it for viewing?

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  5. It is actually still 'having technical difficulties...'

    Odd.

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  6. It appears that the militia have lost a good deal of hard fought territory in the south during the past few days.

    Mariupol was supposedly blockaded at the beginning of the month, the H20 highway north to Donetsk was completely in the hands of the militia.

    Now Mariupol is free to the west and north. The H 20 highway apparently ack in the hands of the Ukranian army.

    The comments on the websites I look at are bitter, angry and saddened by the apparent betrayal by the political leadership of the Donetsk / Lugansk Republics.

    The Ukranians abused the last ceasefire. It was 100% obvious that they would do so again. Hard fought territory and initiative have been thrown away. The Ukranians have resupplied and redeployed their forces. They haven't even handed over the several hundred militia prisoners and I suspect they are using these as a bargaining card to stop militia forces from restarting the conflict.

    The ceasefire has been a disaster for the militia. I don't see any advantages won, ut I do see many lost.

    I agree that the militia have been betrayed. We know by whom. The question is why?

    Were they too successfull? Did someone on the Russian side want to stop their momentum? Oligarch alert!

    http://rusvesna.su/news/1410298995

    Anthony

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    1. Hi Anthony
      glad you left the comment- I have been swamped just trying to follow what looks like an impending attack on Syria
      but haven't forgotten the separatists

      This doesn't sound good at all.
      Don't be disheartened too much, because we don't know what is ongoing behind the scenes :)

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    2. Hi Penny,

      When I'm feeling disheartened I call up the latest recruitment videos.

      There must be close to 1000 in the Cossack National Guard video and several hundred in the second video.

      The militia have more troops, more equipment, more experience and more cohesive territory than when the Ukranians launched their previous offensives. They also know that the next one is coming.

      The militia have always shown a preparedness to surrender territory rather than incur unnecessary loss of soldiers. Hopefully the recent loss of territory can e explained by this proven logic.

      Anthony

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhetkO4Q6rg

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YhX9ju1vvw

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    3. I hope so too Anthony :)
      and thanks for the video links I will check them out
      did you see the piece James had written, I linked it above, with you in mind
      take care

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