Skip to comments.New governor of Lugansk region takes control of courts and police – media
Posted on 04/21/2014 3:10:02 PM PDT by kronos77
The new governor of the Lugansk region of Ukraine Valery Bolotov took control of the courts and the police. This information was reported by the Ukrainian media.
"People of Lugansk region has entrusted me with this high post of an Acting Governor. I will try to justify the confidence of people" quotes the media. Bolotov plans to create the "National Council of Lugansk region, which will include representatives from all cities in the region." "Reassignment of all the power structures of the region, particularly the courts and the Interior Ministry, will be carried out only by legal means said Bolotov. Lugansk people's government will work together with other south-eastern regions of Ukraine. " Valery Bolotov, which is considered to be the commander of "the army of the southeast", was elected as the Governor of the supporters of federalization of Ukraine in Lugansk. Read more: http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_04_22/New-governor-of-Lugansk-region-takes-control-of-courts-and-police-media-9712/
Application of Principles: “The Prince” byNiccolò Machiavelli
1. “A prince must have no other objective, no other thought, nor take up any profession but that of war, its methods and its discipline, for that is the only art expected of a ruler. And it is of such great value that it not only keeps hereditary princes in power, but often raises men of lowly condition to that rank.”
2. “A prince who has occupied a state in a foreign country should dominate the neighboring states. He should weaken the strong ones and ensure that no other strong foreign power invades a neighboring state. Weaker powers will naturally side with the strongest power as long as they cannot grow strong themselves. The prince must remain master of the whole country to keep control of the state he has conquered.
Princes should always act to solve problems before problems fully manifest themselves. Political disorders are easy to solve if the prince identifies them and acts early. If they are allowed to develop fully, it will be too late.”
Putin is an evil, immoral “prince.”
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