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babeuf79 has written 85 posts for SLAVYANGRAD.org

Sevastopol Is Not Ukraine

Preamble: March 16 was the third anniversary of the reunification of Crimea with Russia. As the Ukraine continues to claim jurisdiction over the territory, and claims that the population has been forced into accepting Russian rule, we thought it would be instructive to see what was written about the Hero City of Sevastopol in 2009, … Continue reading

The Wrong Genes

Original: Colonel Cassad Edited by @GBabeuf News from the occupied territories. The Mayor of Krasnogorovka, in that part of the Donetsk Region under the control of Kiev, Oleg Livanchuk, said in an interview with online.ua that the majority of the local inhabitants support the DPR Militia. “There are also people who are pro-Ukraine. However, in … Continue reading

Yenakievo Steel Plant and Krasnodon Coal Halt Production

Original: 0642.ua Edited by @GBabeuf Yenakievo Iron and Steel Works (YISW, Donetsk Region) and Public Joint Stock Company, Krasnodon Coal (Lugansk Region), part of the METINVEST group [owned by oligarch Rinat Akhmetov ‒ed.], and located on the territory temporarily outside of Ukrainian control [the official Ukrainian designation of the DPR and the LPR ‒ed.] ceased … Continue reading

Zakharchenko: “Now we play by our rules…”

Written by @GBabeuf Video by @PLnewstoday (Youtube channel Patrick Lancaster)   Zakharchenko interrupted OSCE’s Hug when the latter claimed Zakharchenko was responsible for implementing Minsk to tell him that his first responsibility was to defend the people of the DPR. Zakharchenko also point blank refused to remove any heavy or light weapons from the front … Continue reading

Military Activity in the Donbass 05.02.2017

Original: Colonel Cassad Edited by @GBabeuf Briefly on what is happening in the Donbass:

The British Government & the Waffen-SS Galitsia Division

Written by Andrey Panevin / Edited by @GBabeuf Obstruction of Justice: How the British Government Protected 8,000 Soldiers of the Waffen-SS Galitsia Division Amid the continued support given to the fascist politicians and military of Ukraine by western governments, many people are asking how such a betrayal of the sacrifices of the Allies in World War … Continue reading

Deputy Pashinskiy’s Love Don’t Cost a Thing

Original: ANNA News Translated by @TamrikoT / Edited by @GBabeuf Ukrainian Maidan deputy Pashinskiy gifted his mistress a $480,000 car Ukrainian bloggers had their interest piqued by the latest model Bentley Bentayga (license plate AA8880HA) that appeared on the streets of Kiev, the more so because the market value of the vehicle exceeds $480,000. Journalists … Continue reading

Motorola lived exactly where he fought

Original: crimea-24.com Translated by @TamrikoT / Edited by @GBabeuf First image from Denis Grigoryuk Some say that Motorola did not have enough security, some—that in wartime, officers and their families should stay in barracks. But those who think this way fail to understand the realities of this war. 121 Chelyuskintsev Street is a common prefab, … Continue reading

Ukraine Secret Service kidnaps LPR Civilians

Original: novorosinform.org Translated by @TamrikoT / Edited by @GBabeuf Ukrainian intelligence agency kidnapped the parents of an LPR People’s Militia commander The intelligence agencies of Ukraine continue using cynical, cruel, and inhumane methods against the civilian population of the Donbass. One more case in this vein was the kidnapping of the parents of the commander … Continue reading

Warrior Arsen Pavlov

Original: Igor Strelkov Translated by Gleb Bazov / Edited by Tiago de Carvalho I met Arsen Pavlov (Motorola) for the first time in Simferopol, at the beginning of April 2014 (although the exact date I no longer remember), in one of the offices at the headquarters of the 1st Regiment of the Crimean People’s Militia. … Continue reading

Motorola won even in death

Original: Komsomolskaya Pravda Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by @GBabeuf At the entrance to the Donetsk high-rise, they killed a “Komi carwasher”, but it turned out that he was a People’s Hero of the Donbass, who was mourned today even on the other side of the front-line. There, they wept quietly; in Donetsk, in … Continue reading

“Glory!” to what “Heroes”???

Original: chervonec_001 Translated by @TamrikoT / Edited by @GBabeuf Lukashenko on the Khatyn massacre and other crimes of the UPA in Belarus during the war There were more than a hundred Ukrainian punitive battalions in Belarus and not a single Belarusian. Fighting is only permissible against an armed enemy. The killing of civilians—this is a … Continue reading

Motorola Killed in Donetsk

Original: Komsomolskaya Pravda / Article by Aleksandr Kots Translated by Gleb Bazov / Edited by @GBabeuf A legendary commander of the Novorossiya Militia, Arsen Pavlov, has been murdered in a terrorist act. It was impossible to believe. The Ukrainian mass media had so frequently dug the proverbial grave for one of the most experienced and decorated … Continue reading

The Situation in the DPR and the LPR

Original: Colonel Cassad Translated by Sergey Bobkov / Edited by Gleb Bazov Alexander Zhuchkovsky’s October 2016 situation report on the Donbass: The Alleged Coup in the Lugansk People’s Republic For a number of reasons (that require no explanation) I have had practically no involvement with the Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR) for over a year. I … Continue reading

Stanitsa Luganskaya Pleads for Help

Original: Antifashist.com Translated by @TamrikoT / Edited by Gleb Bazov The town of Stanitsa Luganskaya pleads with the LPR for help: The Ukrainian forces inflict acts of indiscriminate terror The residents of Stanitsa Luganskaya live in hope of liberation from military occupation by the Kiev forces—marauders who are engaged in widespread robberies and the looting … Continue reading

Interview with the Prizrak Brigade

Original: Mücadele Birliği Web Sitesi Translated by Anton Raab / Edited by @GBabeuf   Unity of Struggle: First, we would like to inquire about the creation of the Prizrak Brigade. Was there any sort of plan for creating such a brigade as Prizrak before the war? “Krot”: Not only had no one ever thought about … Continue reading

Merkel and the Mejlis

Original: antifashist.com Translated by Alexander Fedotov To spite Moscow Merkel’s officials canoodle with the Chubarov-Djemilev Mejlis An authoritative German foreign policy web-portal has published an analytical report dedicated to the rapprochement between Berlin and the Crimean Tatars, and came to the conclusion that the German Federal Chancellery is expanding its anti-Russian front.

The Murder of Doroshenko

Original: Colonel Cassad Translation by @arktinentuuli / Edited by @GBabeuf The Ukrainian political scientist Andrey Doroshenko was killed in Kiev yesterday [on April 25 –ed.]. He was quite simply thrown out of a window from the ninth floor. Someone perhaps tried to present it as a suicide as had already happened with previous “Ukrainian political suicides” from … Continue reading

On the Preparations for the War

Original: Colonel Cassad Translated by Alexander Fedotov By the way, about the war, about its beginning. Look at the dates in the screenshots. Very interesting screenshots I found yesterday on the internet. Adherents of Ukrainisation, following the script from overseas, are asserting that the war was started by Russia, by Putin, by Strelkov… During the … Continue reading

The Panama Papers Stand-Up Routine

Original article: Politikus.ru Translated by Alexander Fedotov The PanamaPapers stove-piping was dealt by a former stand-up comedian who received more than $6 million from the State Department So, ‘X’ hour has come, but the ‘sensational’ denunciation that OCCRP and ISIJ made against the Russian President was so weak, and the conclusions are so far-fetched that … Continue reading

Heroes of Ukrainian Diplomacy

Original: Strategic Culture Foundation Translated by Alexander Fedotov Klim Chugunkin1 and other heroes of the diplomacy of the ‘Independent’ By Dmitry Artemov| 10.03.2016 | 00:00 Every time after another anti-Russian escapades in Kiev, one asks himself: ‘What kind of diplomats work in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs?’ What kind of Minister of Foreign Affairs would … Continue reading

Savchenko’s case: crime and punishment

Original: Ria Novosti Translated by Alexander Fedotov Lawyer Ilya Remeslo summarises the process in the case of Nadezhda Savchenko and considers options for further developments. Ilya Remeslo, a lawyer for Rossiya Segodnya [Russia Today –trans.] In the Donetsk City Court is coming to an end the criminal trial of Ukrainian servicemen Nadezhda Savchenko accused of … Continue reading

Widows of Donbass war: at the gates of grief

Original: dnipress.com Translated by Alexander Fedotov We are in a small Donbass village situated between Gorlovka and Zhdanovka; the place is grim, the roads are full of potholes, a Lada [brand of Russian cars –trans.] approaches dragging a trailer with two punctured wheels making strange soft sound as there is no asphalt on roads in … Continue reading

Briefly on some important matters

iginal: Colonel Cassad Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by @GBabeuf Another meeting of the Normandy Quartet on a settlement in the Donbass ended inconclusively. They were preceded by talks within the Minsk contact groups, where all the progress was expressed in the agreements banning military exercises near the front lines, and an abstract mine-clearance … Continue reading

Regarding the aggravation of the situation in the DPR

Original: Colonel Cassad Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by @GBabeuf Preamble: This report dates from February 22. The situation has remained effectively the same inasmuch as the intensity and frequency of Ukrainian Army attacks is at a much higher level than previously, but this is yet to develop into a co-ordinated offensive. Today, however, … Continue reading

Compromising Materials on Avakov’s Son

Original: Colonel Cassad Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by @GBabeuf / Subtitled video by Vox Populi Evo Within the framework of ‘spiders in a jar’ the network was dumped with some dirt on Avakov’s son, who lost a lot of money in the underground casino in Kharkov. This character is notable for the fact that … Continue reading

Pavel Gubarev and Yasinovataya

Original: Colonel Cassad Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by @GBabeuf Briefly about the fascinating story of the appointment of Pavel Gubarev as Mayor of Yasinovataya and of organized protests against him. The plot is as follows. Zakharchenko signed a decree appointing Gubarev as mayor of Yasinovataya to replace the acting mayor. On arrival in … Continue reading

The Crimea and the Tatars

Original: Colonel Cassad Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by @GBabeuf A very entertaining interview with the head of the Bakhchisaray district of Crimea about the mood of the Crimean Tatars and the current problems of integration of the Crimean Tatar population in the new Russian reality. The head of the Bakhchisaray district of Crimea … Continue reading

Justifying Aggression With Democracy

Author: Brad Blankenship The author works with Al Masdar News. Throughout the history of colonialism, many policies were enunciated by foreign powers in colonial territories with the pretence of a civilizing mission (such as the so-called white man’s burden and other similar doctrines). In America, one does not have to look very far for any trace … Continue reading

Heroic Freebies

Original article: Antifashist Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by @GBabeuf Two months in the Crimea for 2000 roubles Three troubled paratroopers of the 79th Brigade, who in early September were detained by Russian border guards, have been returned to Ukraine. Their first words upon arriving in Kherson were: “We were treated well.” “They took … Continue reading

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