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Starts off quite friendly, then turns violent.

At least 200 people wearing camouflage and masks are currently storming the local administration building in the city of Kharkov, eastern Ukraine, local media reports say. The perpetrators are alleged to be members of the radical Azov battalion.

The masked men reportedly clashed with police and security forces at the city’s administration building. Those who have entered the building have also reportedly used tear gas, the Ukrainian 112 channel is saying.



Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko should be worried, as things are getting hot on the streets of Kiev amid the standoff between the Ukrainian government and the Neo-Nazi radical group Right Sector.


The extremist group said Poroshenko won’t be able to flee from the country in the event of a coup, as did his predecessor Viktor Yanukovych in February of 2014, the Voice of America (VOA) reported, citing Artem Skoropadsky, the press secretary of the Right Sector.

“If there’s a new revolution, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and his supporters won’t be able to escape from the country, as did the previous president. They can’t expect anything, but an execution in some dark basement carried out by a group of young Ukrainian soldiers or members of the National Guard,” Skoropadsky warned the current president, as quoted by VOA.

Last week, the Right Sector openly challenged the government after a violent skirmish with police in the town of Mukachevo. The incident left three men dead and 13 wounded.

Kiev declared a manhunt operation. In response, the Right Sector staged rallies across Ukrainian cities, including Kiev, demanding the resignation of Interior Minister Arsen Avakov.Currently, there is a split between the Kiev regime and the union of several nationalist groups led by the Right Sector. Interestingly, a year and a half ago, Petro Poroshenko’s team and the Right Sector worked together during the Maidan protests ousting previous president Yanukovych.

After the last year coup, the nationalists went to Donbass planning to annihilate Donbass residents who opposed Poroshenko’s government. Kiev was actively supporting the nationalists fighting in the eastern part of the country, but the government never had full control over these radical groups.

Having started collaborating with the Right Sector for the Donbass war, the Ukrainian government is now in some kind of a trap. On the one hand, Kiev needs radicals to wage the war in the east, on the other hand, the Right Sector discredits Ukraine for its Western partners. The nationalists ended up with lots of arms and battlefield experience, and now they’re strong enough to openly challenge the government.


The Right Sector poses a threat of further escalation. Citing the group’s spokesperson, Der Spiegel said that the nationalists were ready to send two armed formations to Kiev. Two of their units are stationed in Donbass, and there are 18 or 19 more battalions awaiting orders.

On Monday during a briefing of the National Council for Security and Defense, Poroshenko demanded that the Interior Ministry, the Security Service of Ukraine, and other law enforcement agencies disarm all illegal armed groups operating in Ukraine. The Right Sector refused to lay down arms saying it is not an illegal armed formation, but “a volunteer corps which protects the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Ukrainian nation.”

The Right Sector was formed as a coalition of nationalist and neo-Nazi organizations during the Maidan protests in Kiev at the end of 2013. In November 2014, Russia’s Supreme Court blacklisted the Right Sector as an extremist organization and banned its activity in Russia. Earlier, Russia launched a criminal case against leader Dmitry Yarosh for public incitement of terrorism.

Dutch led inquiry drafts circulates draft report that Russian air transport agency says “begs more questions than it answers”.


Though the Western media has barely reported it, the Dutch led international accident investigation into the MH17 tragedy has drafted its initial report.

We know this because the Russian air transport agency Rosaviatsiya, which has seen the report, claims that it “raises more questions than it gives answers.”

This appears to suggest that the draft report avoids pinning responsibility on any specific party.


That this is the most likely explanation for Rosaviatsiya’s comments is also suggested by two further facts (1) the absence of any leaks of the report appearing in the Western media; and (2) certain comments recently made by Netherlands Public prosecutor Fred Westerbeke, in which he is reported to have said “we are not yet far enough that we have formal suspects identified or are ready to arrest suspects.”

The Russians have complained that they have only been given 30 days to respond to the draft report and say that they have “a range of weighty remarks regarding the document, stated arguments, and simply technical data.”

The Russians have also ruled out suggestions of an international tribunal to try those responsible for shooting down MH17. Whilst some media reports have circulated suggesting that Malaysia or the Netherlands were seeking such a UN Security Council resolution to set up such a tribunal, there is no actual confirmation of this.

As the Russians rightly say, such a tribunal would in fact be unprecedented and has never been set up in any previous case where a civilian airliner has been shot down. The Russians have anyway turned against the idea of such tribunals following what they see as the highly partial and Western dominated way in which other such such tribunals (such as the one looking into the Yugoslav conflict) have conducted themselves.

Meanwhile it is clear that no step has been made to undertake the on-the-spot questioning of potential witnesses that as I have said previously is an essential part of a properly conducted investigation into this sort of tragedy (see MH17: The Facts and the Cover-Up, Russia Insider, 3rd December 2014). It appears that the whole report is based purely on an assessment of the technical data. There is no confirmation as to whether this includes any satellite imagery provided by the US.

Whilst it is difficult to comment on a report that has not been published the little we know about it suggests a report that will fail to settle the many questions there are about this tragedy.

SO WE WILL – It seems the OSCE are working in unison with NWO Agenda and as much as they slave their agenda of neutrality they only go to concrete the fact they’re not.



Ukraine troops have now begun their offensive using illegal 122’s, so far they have killed three people including an 11 year old child.

At least three civilians, including a child, have lost their lives in a mortar attack by the Ukraine’s military in the country’s eastern Donetsk region, pro-Russia forces in the area say.

The three, including a father and his 11-year-old daughter, were killed on Tuesday after mortar rounds allegedly fired by the Ukrainian army hit a residential area in the town of Gorlovka, the Donetsk news agency reported, adding that four other people were also injured.

Pro-Russia forces in Donetsk denounced the raid, accusing Kiev of breaching a ceasefire agreement – which was reached between the two sides back in February – by not removing heavy artillery from the region.

“If the artillery were removed 50 kilometers (31 miles) as agreed, it could not have reached the town,” Eduard Basurin, a spokesman for the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR), told Russia’s state-owned news channel Rossiya 24.

The DPR has informed the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) of the incident, Basurin said.

He added that OSCE monitors are expected to visit the site on Wednesday to inspect “the tragedy” and determine what military equipment was used in the shelling.

The Ukrainian government has not yet commented on the report.

Donetsk and Luhansk, two mainly Russian-speaking regions in eastern Ukraine, have been the scene of deadly clashes between pro-Russia forces and the Ukrainian army since Kiev began military operations in April last year to end pro-Russia protests there.

More than 6,000 people have been killed in Ukraine’s conflict, the UN says. Around 1.5 million people have also been forced to flee their homes in the turmoil.


The self-proclaimed authorities in east Ukraine have named Thursday a day of mourning, for the civilians who died in army shelling this week. They say five people were killed in artillery attacks conducted by forces loyal to Kiev. A strike on the city of Gorlovka was particularly devastating for one family – causing their house to collapse, killing the father and daughter, and critically injuring the mother and son. For more RT is joined by spokesperson of the OSCE in Ukraine Michael Bociurkiw
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I the video below it show the apparent hanging of a pregnant women and her husband by US-backed militants in Ukraine.
The problem with this video is, for me, when someone hangs they aren’t killed immediately unless they fall first and the rope breaks the neck so there would be so much more thrashing about. Also i’d like to bring your attention to the pregnant woman’s legs, how they are angled backwards and not lose and limp like a dead persons would, indicating to me that she may have a harness on that tilts the legs backwards.
Just my take on it.

Mass riots in front of the Parliament building in Kiev: tyres are burning once again

Traffic along Hrushevskyi Street is blocked. Police units have been summoned to the center of the city.

The Verkhovna Rada approved the draft law No 1558-1 on restructuring of obligations in foreign currency.

227 MPs voted in favour of this decision.

The draft law had been put forward for the third reading.

After that the protesters rallying near the Parliament building renewed the manifestation.

Police is preparing to use fire hydrants at the crossing of Shovkovychna an Hrushevskyi Street. Several protesters had been detained.

The protesters throw smoke pellets and bottles with Molotov’s cocktail.

Paramedics provide first aid to one of the injured protesters on the stairs of the building.

Policemen keep on detaining the most aggressive protesters.

The fire brigade has not yet managed to put off the burning tyres.



Novorossiya army have hunted down a Ukranian Army sabotage & recon Platoon

2 KIA & 2 retreated back to Kiev Occupied Territory..
They must have been monitoring Troop movements & testing defences..
I have a feeling an Offensive with start soon….





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