Original: El Murid LiveJournal
Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov
Map: Location of the Targeted Area
I was provided with the data of Ukrainian artillery fire correctors that was obtained [on August 5, 2014] by the reconnaissance service of the Militia. Having deciphered the data, Militia artillerists immediately reported it to the very top. There was no time for a press-conference, and accordingly Igor Strelkov asked me immediately to publish both the photograph of the data and the message.
According to the artillery fire correction data, the Ukrainian army is planning to shell the area of land to the northwest of the city of Krasnoarmeysk. A repository of chemical waste – simply speaking, chemical burial grounds – is located in this area. Given suitable winds, a cloud of chemical components could cover Krasnoarmeysk and the neighbouring settlements, with a total population of almost 100,000 people.
In principle, at the last press-conference that was attended by Atjufeev and Strelkov it was already announced that there is information about a possible missile attack on particularly hazardous industrial sites in Donetsk and Gorlovka. Now there may be another similar possibility – except in another city nearby.
I hope that Igor Strelkov will soon report about the situation – at the very least confirm the information here provided. Please disseminate this information. Provided below are links to two earlier related postings.
- Press-Conference: Strelkov Warns of Impending Ukrainian Strikes on Hazardous Sites, July 31, 2014
- Collection of Postings: Warning of Impending Terrorist Acts by the Ukrainian Nazi Junta, July 26, 2014
i dont anderstand what the meaning of that correction artillery is, in that photo paper
hope somebody can expllain. but i see the kiev genocide intention…
hope the best to the people
In 1999 NATO bombed the Pancevo chemical plant to trigger an environmental catastrophe in Yugoslavia, too. It was chemical warfare against civilians!
“By using thermal images, NATO was able to identify which of the tanks were still filled to the brim with toxic chemicals. Among these noxious liquids were containers of ethylene-dichloride (EDC), ethylene, chlorine, chlorine-hydrogen, propylene and vinyl chloride monomers (VCM). Well documented by environmentalists, the VCM monomer used to produce plastics (eg. PVC resin) is a dangerous carcinogenic contaminant (see photo 2). Vinyl chloride also has the potential to cause neurological and liver damage, as well as damage to the fetus causing serious birth defects.”
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