Turns out the “Ukrainian Attack” opening played by the west is a poor & terribly flawed opening strategy.
We’ve now entered the middlegame and …
- India Backs Russia’s ‘Legitimate Interests’ In Ukraine
- China Sides With Russia On Sanctions; Ambassador Warns ‘Western Nations Would Be Hurting Themselves’
- ‘BRILLIANT’: EU Leaders Draw Up Plans To Send Some Of Their Stocks Of Russian Gas To Ukraine If Russia Cuts Off Supply
… the western aggressors are losing more and more ‘territory’ with every passing day
… as the corporate media propaganda about what is happening in the Ukraine is exposed as just being another big lie:
- Leaked & Confirmed: Kiev Snipers Hired By Maidan Coalition (Full Conversation)
- ‘Behind The Kiev Snipers It Was Somebody From The New Coalition’ – A Stunning New Leak Released
- BBC Now Admits: Armed Nazis Led ‘Revolution’ in Kiev, Ukraine
- Ukraine Crisis: Just Another Globalist-Engineered Powder Keg
- What The US Media Won’t Tell You About Ukraine
- Russia Has Longstanding 25,000 Troop Allowance In Crimea & Other Facts You May Not Know About
- Another East-Ukraine City Falls To Pro-Russian Protesters As Ukraine Denies Sending Troops To Crimea (ZeroHedge, March 9, 2014):
Despite clear evidence otherwise, presented here extensively yesterday, this morning Ukraine has denied that is has “plans to send armed forces to Crimea” and instead Ukrainian troops are performing “training exercises” in base, Interfax news agency quoted Acting Defence Minister Ihor Tenyukh as saying on Sunday. Responding to media speculation about Ukrainian military movements after Russian forces took control of Crimea, Tenyukh said the only troop movements that might be seen would be from one base to another to take part in the training exercises. “No movements, no departures for Crimea by the armed forces are foreseen. They are doing their routine work which the armed have always had,” he said. Right, and Russia just happened to launch an ICBM as a “drill” in the middle of the greatest Cold War re-escalation in 30 years.
Adding somewhat to the confusion was the statement by Pavlo Shysholin, head of country’s border guard service tells reporters in Kiev, who said that so far Ukrainian border guards denied entry to 3,500 people and that Ukraine border troops remain in Crimea, would leave only if “forced” but more importanly:
- UKRAINE BORDER TROOPS BOOST FORCES ON EAST BORDER: SHYSHOLIN
So there is an escalation in the mobilization, only not toward Crimea, which the Russians already control entirely, but the critical East, which as everyone knows, is the next target for Putin annexation once the Crimean referendum passes in one week.
Confirming just this were just released photos from another major city in east Ukraine, this time Lugansk, where pro-Russian protesters just stormed and took over the city administration building. Their demand: to be part of the March 16 referendum to become part of Russia. Continue reading »
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