Why all the “Vatniks” are so afraid of “Right Sector”

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By Petro Oleshchuk
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

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Do you know why all the “Vatniks”are so afraid of “Right Sector,” why they are waiting for ethnic cleansing, mass murder, and total annihilation? For artillery shelling of populated areas? Bombings and firestorms? Concentration camps simply for the “suspicious,” and bullets for the “openly dissatisfied?” Powerful repressive mechanisms. Gallows in the streets…


Which, by the way, they keep confirming in Donbas. All whom they don’t like–[they] beat and take them hostage; other “enemies”–[are] killed on site.

They cannot imagine that a “revolution” is not necessarily the same as “revolutionary terror,” that victory in a war is not necessarily total annihilation. That the renaissance of national consciousness is not necessarily ethnic cleansing…

Source: Andreistp LivejournalMcFaul Twitter

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DIGESTS and ANALYTICS in Ukraine: the most important events of June 22, 2014

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In Ukraine:
● In Kharkiv, the People’s Viche of Euromaidan demanded from Ukrainian authorities the determination to bring terrorist accomplices of the Party of Regions to criminal responsibility, namely [Rinat] Akhmetov and [Oleksandr] Yefremov [leader of the Party of Regions], and to ban the Communist Party.

● A rally of Ukrainian activists and Maidan Self-Defense took place near Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra [Kyiv Monastery of the Caves].
● On Maidan [Independence Square], the 4th People’s Viche took place.

Theater of war:
● Two terrorist attacks, namely railroad track explosions were recorded on the Donetsk railway.
● The self-proclaimed “Donetsk People’s Republic” does not recognize the cease-fire declared by [Petro] Poroshenko.
● A missing civilian helicopter Mil Mi-8, flying from Nizhyn [city in Chernihiv Oblast] to Chuhuiv [city in Kharkiv Oblast] was found.

● The United States of America successfully tested the Ballistic…

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“Ukraine! I am for you!” (PayPal)

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“Ukraine! I am for you!” (PayPal)

By: Vitaliy Deynega

06.10.2014  Facebook

Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine


PayPal, electronic transfers, and more–we work hard to help simplify the procedure.

Money collected by PayPal will be spent in Europe on commodities, which will then be sent to the front. Transfers will be spent on what can be bought officially. Cash—on everything remaining.

As before, a detailed report is here:https://yadi.sk/d/N6JOeun0QREQ3

A full list of details is here:http://savelife.in.ua/partners.html

All currency will be converted at the most effective rate at the time of spending.

We work hard! Every kopek [penny] can save someone’s father and bring peace!

I’m leaving to take care of our common affairs. Up ahead is only good news!!

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Information Resistance: On the Subject of TV anchor Kiselyov and Radioactive Dust

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Dmitry Tymchuk, Information Resistance

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March 17, 2014
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Yesterday’s statement by the über-propagandist [Dmitry] Kiselyov on the “Russia One” channel provoked great reaction. Putin’s Jolly Jester suddenly started broadcasting, “Russia is the only country in the world that is actually capable of turning the U.S. into radioactive dust.” Then, he started to scare the viewers with Perimeter [also known as Dead Hand]“our system of guaranteed nuclear retaliation.”

In order to fully enjoy the charming stupidity of Mr. Kiselyov, we must take a short detour back in history. In particular, we must remember that at the beginning of the nuclear arms race, the United States and the USSR have been constantly solving the problem of guaranteed nuclear retaliation, i.e.: creating a system capable of launching a nuclear response at the enemy under any circumstances – even if the…

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Anton Shekhovtsov: Fascism, “borderless as our lands, and red as our blood”

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Anton Shekhovtsov: Fascism, “borderless as our lands, and red as our blood”


Source: Anton Shekhovtsov’s blog http://anton-shekhovtsov.blogspot.de/2014/03/fascism-borderless-as-our-lands-and-red.html

On the 15th of March, Moscow has witnessed – in addition to the anti-war and anti-imperialist march – a march in support of the Russian military occupation of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. The latter was organised by the Essence of Time movement founded and headed by Russian National-Bolshevik Sergey Kurginyan. Here are some pictures from the pro-Kremlin march.

The symbolism of the whole event is best understood by noting a quote from one of the articles by Kurginyan‘s colleague and ideological ally, Russian fascist Aleksandr Dugin. In his article “Fascism – borderless and red”, he wrote (the original quote in Russian can be found below):

Russian socialism should be built by new people, a new type of people, a new class. A class of heroes and…

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Once we do this … Putin is doomed

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Graffiti on wall in Kyiv. The graffiti on the right says: Ukraine above all! And on the left, Putin and Yanukovich's mutual support actions throughout infinity are self-explanatory. Photo by Giles Clarke / Getty Images. Graffiti on wall in Kyiv. The graffiti on the right says: Ukraine above all! And on the left, Putin and Yanukovich’s mutual support actions throughout infinity are self-explanatory. Photo by Giles Clarke / Getty Images.

By Olex Ch
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Source: https://www.facebook.com/olex.ches/posts/743398345670697?stream_ref=10

The things that I write probably would be worth writing in two languages [Russian and Ukrainian], but I will write only in Ukrainian. Because, first of all, we need to understand it ourselves. Only then can it be understood by someone else.

1. Putin and Maidan [Independence Square at the center of Kyiv, and the center of the Ukrainian revolution] are incompatible in one and the same time and space, because Maidan knocks all the ground out from under the feet of followers of the “Russian world.” There have always been two Russias: the Russia which is about the “brotherhood of nations” and…

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