World War VI: Statement made by A. Illarionov at the NATO Parliamentary Assembly

World War VI

Statement made at the assembly of the Committee for Economics and Security of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly. Vilnius, May 31st, 2014. Continue reading

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

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

Voices of Ukraine

March 6, 2014 10:00  Uainfo.org
Translated by Erika Nebor Bruscia
Edited by Voices of Ukraine
Source: http://uainfo.org/yandex/287908-andrey-illarionov-ozvuchil-vtoruyu-chast-plana-putina.html

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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…

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Putin’s goal? To make Russians and Ukrainians Kill Each Other

1393614542_andrey-illarionovPutin’s goal? To make russians and ukrainians kill each other. He is in dire need of a big, big pile of dead bodies.

By Andrey Illarionov. Andrei Illarionov is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute’s Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity. From 2000 to December 2005, he was the chief economic adviser of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

As of today, many people believe that Putin wants to go to war. This is not entirely correct. Yes, he wants war, but he does not want Russia to go to war. He wants civil war in Ukraine. He does not want to kill Ukrainians with Russian guns. He wants Russians, Ukrainians and Tatars in Ukraine to kill each other. Responding to the question, “Do you want to make a grab for Crimea?”, Putin lowers his gaze modestly and wordlessly says: “No, no, not now! First – civil war.” Continue reading