Skip to comments.Local Activist Reports Back From Ukraine
Posted on 05/05/2014 8:51:24 AM PDT by WhiskeyX
In my view, there is Russian military involvement [in eastern Ukraine], although I cant claim it for sure, Krylenkova said.
There are definitely some military people and I have strong suspicion that they are Russian, taking in account various interviews and so on. There are not many of them, but its the fact that there are military trained people against the background of a local population.
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How come there is a ‘truth’ in Russian media? Putin’s censors must be asleep /s.
Alexandra Krylenkova is lucky to have escaped being taken as a hostage or killed by the pro-Russian separatists circulating the leaflets defaming her reputation and falsely accusing her of causing a man’s death.
Why is she allowed to publish it in Russian paper, which are all allegedly censored?
Big deal. Its front page news that the CIA and FBI are actively involved on the ground with the coup junta in Kiev.
Why are Globo-Marxist Obongo and his Globo-Marxist co-sodomites in Brussels so desperate for the coup junta in Kiev to succeed?
“And has it occurred to this genius that those military personnel could be former Ukrainian military, complete with their weapons, taking sides in a civil war?”
That shabby defense of Putin’s invaders doesn’t work for a wide variety of reasons. The command and control communications between the Russian soldiers in the Ukraine and the senior officers in Russia have been intercepted and recorded by the Ukrainian SBU security services, the U.S. signals intelligence, and the intelligence services of other nations.
A number of the Russian citizens have been captured along with their Russian acquired weaponry, documents, and identity papers.
The Little Green Men are equipped with certain Kalashnikov Series 100 assault rifles which have only been purchased for the Russian armed forces in 2014 in many cases or September 2013 in other cases. These very recent Kalashnikov arms have not been available to any Ukrainian armed forces, police forces, or civilians. The arms are too new.
Added to many additional forms of evidence of the Russian soldiers in the Ukraine is the previous way in which Putin first denied the Little Green men in the Crimea were Russian soldiers and then acknowledged and celebrated the presence of the Russian soldiers after the Russian capture and annexation of the Crimea was secured. Putin lied before, and now the overwhelming evidence indicates Putin has lied now as well.
“Why is she allowed to publish it in Russian paper, which are all allegedly censored?”
It is just a matter of time before the newspaper is taken over by a Putin controlled entity with an offer that cannot be refused or just outright closed by order of Putin. The reporter’s future safety is in grave doubt. More than one Russian reporter has been picked up in a Russian Lada, taken out, and shot.
~It is just a matter of time before the newspaper is taken over by a Putin controlled entity with an offer that cannot be refused or just outright closed by order of Putin. The reporters future safety is in grave doubt. More than one Russian reporter has been picked up in a Russian Lada, taken out, and shot.~
It is allegedly happening for a decade or more. How could both paper and reporter survive that long?
Like cancer state oppression is insidious. It starts unnoticed and grows slowly until at some point it is undeniable and a mortal threat to its host.
What country are you talking about right now?
Contrary to popular belief, Russia is ridden with anti-government, both “right-wing” and leftist propaganda.
True, you won’t see it from major news sources (take US alphabet medias as example which aren’t that critical of Obama), but second rate cable channels and papers are full of it.
Some tabloids are featuring ideas that Putin is a CIA agent or a space alien, plotting with muslims against Russians.
“It is allegedly happening for a decade or more. How could both paper and reporter survive that long?”
It’s the tradeoff between the political cover of having an opposition publication as a token lip service to journalistic freedom versus the point in time when the regime no longer sees further reason to maintain the façade of a tolerant government. Time is growing short for opposition journalism and publishing in Russia.