Thursday, March 6, 2014

Crimea Referendum vote March 16/14- Donetsk update

 Updated once and maybe more to come....

CBC-Lawmakers in the embattled Crimean region of Ukraine have decided to hold a referendum March 16 on whether Crimea should become part of Russia.

"This is our response to the disorder and lawlessness in Kyiv," Sergei Shuvainikov, a member of the local Crimean legislature, said Thursday. "We will decide our future ourselves."

 The parliament in Crimea, which enjoys a degree (almost complete) of autonomy under current Ukrainian law, voted 78 with eight abstentions in favour of holding the referendum. Local voters will also be given the choice of deciding to remain part of Ukraine, but with enhanced local powers.
 Earlier, Crimea's new leader said pro-Russian forces numbering more than 11,000 now control all access to the peninsula in the Black Sea and have blockaded all military bases that have not yet surrendered.
The West has joined the new Ukrainian leadership in Kyiv in demanding that Russia pull its forces from Crimea, but little progress was reported after a flurry of diplomatic activity in Paris on Wednesday involving U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.
The European Union leaders will meet for an emergency session in Brussels on Thursday to decide what sorts of sanctions they can impose on Russia over its actions in Ukraine. Moscow has threatened to retaliate if any punitive measures are put in place.
A United Nations special envoy sent to Crimea came under threat from armed men who forced him to leave the region.
Concern that the turmoil could engulf eastern Ukraine grew after hundreds of demonstrators — many chanting "Russia! Russia! — stormed a government building on Wednesday in Donetsk, a major industrial centre near the Russian border.
Concerning Donetsk- Kiev's new western backed fascist regime of thugs, neo-nazis and sniper payee's decided to appoint one of the Oligarchs as governor of Donetsk. Governors are supposed to be elected.
RT Sergey Taruta, who is estimated to worth around $2 billion, putting him among the top-10 wealthiest people in Ukraine. He heads ISD, one of the biggest mining and smelting companies in the world, and also own Donetsk-based Metallurg Football Club.
 Not a stranger to politics, he used to sponsor Viktor Yushchenko, who came to power in Ukraine after the Orange Revolution of 2004.
Weren't we supposed to believe the Maidan 'protests' were against corruption, cronyism and the rule of the elite classes?
That appointment was made this past Monday- Needless to say the people of Donetsk took their government back- And Ukrainian police of some kind took it back. This morning it is being reported the building has again been taken back by the pro-Russian of Donetsk

Donetsk government building retaken
Hundreds of pro-Russian activists have recaptured a government administration building in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk

Many of the activists broke through police ranks and smashed their way into the building. Some flew the Russian flag from its roof on Wednesday, just hours after Kyiv’s authorities managed to fly their own flag there for the first time since Saturday.

Balkanizing nations NATO way.

1st update:  Yats rejects Crimean referendum- Interesting regime change appointee denounces citizen elections?

Ukraine's Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Thursday that a decree making Crimea part of Russia was an illegitimate move and Crimea was and will remain an integral part of the country.
"This is an illegitimate decision and this so-called referendum has no legal grounds at all.

Update 2: The  ever useless FEMEN shows up to flash their breasts

 An insult to the intelligence of all women- Reducing women to their mammary glands is not an act of freedom. It's mere titillation and distraction. And reeks of western NGO infiltration
 Femen protesters were arrested in Crimea's capital Simferopol on Thursday after staging a topless demonstration against Russia's intervention in Ukraine in front of the regional parliament.
One protestor was stopped by police within seconds while another ran around, repeatedly shouting "Stop Putin's War", which she had also written across her chest.
She was eventually detained and taken away in a van by security forces, while some people who had been watching the protest shouted: "Prostitutes!"
The nationalities of the two young women were not immediately known.

Any guesses? I am going to throw out Israeli nationals as the first guess.


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  2. Any guesses? I am going to throw out Israeli nationals as the first guess.

    Nah, they use patsies every time. It's straight out of a Bernais playbook, though

    1. So, it would be some brainwashed Ukies?
      I could see that
      It's too bad those people fell for a western backed destabilization twice?
      Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice shame on me
      It;s sad

  3. At the fembots: they may as wel have screamed 'heil hitler ' for their support of neonazis as wel as Islamic jihadis .
    Good job the local women did a job on them . They are now exposed as fascists

  4. The Wall Street gangsters were wanting Crimea's oil and NG field right offshore and the international banksters wanted to hand Crimea's warm water port of Sevastopol to their hired guns in the Pentagon.

    Neither has happened, so this soap opera is far from over.

    Time for another 9/11 type false flag to be blamed on Russia?

    P.S. One of the word verifiers was 'liar.'

    1. I believe there was already an attempted false flag in Crimea-thwarted
      A car bomb- prevented from entry
      Planted strategically I think that was going to be used to frame the Russian populace

  5. Part 1 of Checkmate: Strategy of as Revolution #romania1989 #snipers
    Romania 1989.
    In Susanne Brandstätter’s documentary ‘Checkmate: Strategy of a Revolution’ aired on Arte television station some years ago, Western intelligence officials revealed how death squads were used to destabilize Romania and turn its people against the head of state Nicolai Ceaucescu.

    Brandstätter’s film is a must see for anyone interested in how Western intelligence agencies, human rights groups and the corporate press collude in the systematic destruction of countries whose leadership conflicts with the interests of big capital and empire.

    Former secret agent with the French secret service, the DGSE(La Direction générale de la sécurité extérieure) Dominique Fonvielle, spoke candidly about the role of Western intelligence operatives in destabilizing the Romanian population.

    “how do you organize a revolution? I believe the first step is to locate oppositional forces in a given country. It is sufficient to have a highly developed intelligence service in order to determine which people are credible enough to have influence at their hands to destabilize the people to the disadvantage of the ruling regime”[2]

    This open and rare admission of Western sponsorship of terrorism was justified on the grounds of the “greater good” brought to Romania by free-market capitalism. It was necessary, according to the strategists of Romania’s “revolution”, for some people to die.

    Today, Romania remains one of the poorest countries in Europe. A report on Euractiv reads:

    “Most Romanians associate the last two decades with a continuous process of impoverishment and deteriorating living standards, according to Romania’s Life Quality Research Institute, quoted by the Financiarul daily.” [3]

    The western intelligence officials interviewed in the documentary also revealed how the Western press played a central role in disinformation. For example, the victims of Western-backed snipers were photographed by presented to the world as evidence of a crazed dictator who was “killing his own people”.

    To this day, there is a Museum in the back streets of Timisoara Romania which promotes the myth of the “Romanian Revolution”. The Arte documentary was one of the rare occasions when the mainstream press revealed some of the dark secrets of Western liberal democracy. The documentary caused a scandal when it was aired in France, with the prestigious Le Monde Diplomatique discussing the moral dilemma of the West’s support of terror in its desire to spread ‘democracy’.

  6. Ukraine, Donetzk, today/ Anti "new Neo-Nazi government" demonstration.