Original: Boris Rozhin / Colonel Cassad LiveJournal Translated from Russian by @ThreeTimesNine / Edited by Moti Nissani Original: Cassad.net Pravyi Sektor tried to intervene, but despite the protests of the Pravyi Sektor Lviv chapter, about three hundred activists from various social organizations came out today with demands for real autonomy for the Lviv region. The rally … Continue reading
Original: Vzglyad.ru (by Yevgeny Krutikov) / Взгляд: Деловая Газета Translated by Pavel Grebenkov The defection to the militia of the former member of the Ukrainian General Staff, Major-General Alexander Kolomiets is an extraordinary and advantageous event from the propagandistic point of view. However, a number of points expressed by him at a press conference in Donetsk are … Continue reading
Original: Novoros News Translated by Linda Kadd / Edited by Tiago de Carvalho Igor Ivanovich presented his vision about how to solve the problem of Transnistria, Novorossiya and Ukraine, his attitude towards the Kremlin camarilla and towards Putin personally, as well as Putin’s role in the history of Russia. Kolokol Rossii (KR): Igor Ivanovich, first of … Continue reading
Original: Anatoly Nesmiyan / El Murid Photo Credits: AFP Photo / Alexander Zobin Translated by Gleb Bazov / Edited by Gracchus Babeuf The shooting incident in Mukachevo, perpetrated by the Praviy Sektor, will, naturally, be used to try to bring the faction—sponsored by the CIA and operating outside of government control—under tighter supervision. All the top officials have … Continue reading
Original: Boris Rozhin / Colonel Cassad Translated by Gleb Bazov / Edited by Gracchus Babeuf In Mukachevo, the local Praviy Sektor militants started a veritable war.
by Andrey Panevin / The Barricade Western nations like to pretend that colonialism was all but wiped out in the years following the Second World War. However, those who know better than to trust the accounts of the western ‘victors’ of WWII understand that imperialism is alive and well. Constant military and political interventions in Latin … Continue reading
by Andrey Panevin “We are more likely to face prolonged campaigns than conflicts that are resolved quickly… that control of escalation is becoming more difficult and more important… and that as a hedge against unpredictability with reduced resources, we may have to adjust our global posture.” These lines from the chairman’s foreword to the The National Military Strategy of the United … Continue reading