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Saur-Mogila: Chronicle of a Failed Assault

Preamble: This is the first of two interviews with Ukrainian soldiers that recently exploded in the Ukrainian mass media. The second interview is substantially longer, and will be translated in due time. It is not our custom to publish interviews taken by the Ukrainian mass media. However, this one (and the one that eventually will follow … Continue reading

Naked Goals of Ukrainian Genocide – Part II

Naked Goals of Ukrainian Genocide – Part I (LINK) Original: Voice of Sevastopol Initially published June 22, 2014 in Russian by VooDoo Initial Translation: Master Butch Final Translation: Alice Seberry Edited by S. Naylor The Puzzle: How to Redistribute the World According to Gas (Resources) Let’s look at all the pieces. The battle is waged with one thing in … Continue reading

Naked Goals of Ukrainian Genocide – Part I

Naked Goals of Ukrainian Genocide – Part II (LINK) Original: Voice of Sevastopol Initially published June 22, 2014 in Russian by VooDoo Initial Translation: Master Butch Final Translation: Alice Seberry Edited by S. Naylor Various claims and messages keep coming from the South-East battle-front. Periodically, folks veer from one extreme to the other — from “Putin has abandoned us … Continue reading

The Ignominious Conclusion of the Kiev Junta’s July Offensive, July 30, 2014

Original: IAC Cassad – M.V. Litvinov Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov / Edited by @GBabeuf The Conclusion of July Activity As could have been expected, the last weekend of July was marked by yet another offensive gamble by the Kiev regime. More precisely, there were, in fact, two such offensive gambles. At the same time, it … Continue reading

The Catastrophe of #MH17: #BBC in the Search of the “#BUK” – The Video Report Deleted by @BBC

Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov (Subject to Editing) Note: Videos & a PDF of the Google Web-cache Have Been Preserved and Are Available Upon Request Preamble: The original BBC Video Report was published by BBC Russian Service on July 23, 2014. Why did BBC delete this report by Olga Ivshina? Is it because the BBC … Continue reading

Take a Break and Fight! – CNN vs RT – RT Wins by K.O.

Preamble: By popular demand of one Luis López, we present to you a little diversion – something out of the ordinary. A fight to the death between Peter Lavelle (Russia Today) and Chris Cuomo (CNN). Unfortunately, the occasion for the battle is inauspicious – the crash of the Malaysian Airlines Boeing MH17. Nevertheless, this battle is … Continue reading

Khodakovskiy: #Reuters Article Contains False Statements About Militia and #MH17 and Video Proves It

Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov Original of the Translated Interview: Khodakovskiy Refutes Information that the Militia has BUK Preamble: On July 23, 2014, Anton Zverev, Peter Graff and Giles Elgood of Reuters came out with an article entitled “Ukraine rebel commander acknowledges fighters had BUK missile.” Prior to this interview, all such claims were firmly denied … Continue reading

What Makes Strelkov Feel “Melancholy” – Military-Political Situation Report, July 20, 2014

Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov / Edited by S. Naylor Original Text: Cassad.Net by Colonel Cassad Some genuinely do not understand why, for some time now, along with his usual military briefings, Strelkov has been making fairly pessimistic statements. In reality, the reasons here are fairly transparent… The Change in the Russian Political Line In … Continue reading

The #MH17 Investigation and BUK 312

Originally posted on Human rights investigations:
In the days since the downing of MH17 a lot of people have jumped to conclusions prematurely. Evidence provided by the Ukrainian Security Service, combined with the results of social media investigations, suggests the Ukrainian authorities have been less than honest in key disclosures of information to date. Firstly,…

Mother of a Soldier – Protest in Chernivtsi Oblast, Western Ukraine, on June 20, 2014

Translated from Ukrainian by Valentina Lisitsa (@ValLisitsa) / Editing by Gleb Bazov Video: Mother of a Soldier; Protest Blocking the Highway Near Mahala (Multi-Language Subs) Important Note: To activate subtitles, click on the (cc) button in the dashboard at the bottom of the video, then, in the Captions menu, select English, French, German or Spanish Map: Mahala, … Continue reading

Statement by Evgeniy Muraev, MP of Ukraine State Rada (June 17, 2014)

Translated from Russian/Ukrainian by Gleb Bazov / Edited by @GBabeuf Suggested by Luis López (@lualopezpe) Note: Rough Translation; Subject to Change Video: Statement by Evgeniy Muraev, June 17, 2014 Note: Please tell me if the [opponent attempting to interrupt] insertions are too distracting. Evgeniy Muraev: I categorically disagree with the assessments that are being enunciated by my … Continue reading

An Afghan Freedom Fighter in Donbass: a Poem of Love and Courage, July 13, 2014

Preamble: I never had a brother. Here is the brother I wish I had. In fighting for the future of Novorossiya, I would treasure it if he considered me to be of his blood, across the ocean. As I do him. Note: Videos w/subtitles in the following order: English, German, French Video: Interview with an … Continue reading

Interview with Margarita Seidler, a German Freedom Fighter in Donbass

Short Preamble: Margarita Seidler is a German volunteer fighting together with the Militia forces of Igor Strelkov for Novorossiya’s cause of self-determination, freedom and independence from the national-fascist, Nazi government of Ukraine. She previously made an appearance on this blog with an essay “Slavyansk will stand firm till victory!”, published in Slavyangrad, the Hero City. Two … Continue reading

Ivano-Frankovsk Soldiers Tell the Truth: “We are not encircling the separatists; they are encircling us!”

Video: Soldiers from Ivano-Frankovsk Tell the Truth / Multi-Language Subtitles Important Note: To activate subtitles, click on the (cc) button in the dashboard at the bottom of the video, then, in the Captions menu, select English, German, French, or Spanish. Translated from Ukrainian by Valentina Lisitsa (@ValLisitsa) Editing by Gleb Bazov First Ukrainian Soldier: The situation … Continue reading

Ukraine: The Fall of Slavyansk, a Turning Point in the War Between Kiev and Ukrainian Separatists

Preamble: Without hiding any of my, in part profound, disagreements with the characterizations set out in and the narrative of the article, I must admit it is a very well written piece. Moreover, it hints at a brewing change in Western perceptions on the civil war in Ukraine, and, in that alone, it is an important … Continue reading

Ukrainian Army General Speaks His Mind, July 7th, 2014—”Strelkov’s Operational Freedom”

Original: Putnik LiveJournal Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov / edited by @GBabeuf Preamble: The author of this letter is a Ukrainian Army general. He is considered to be one of the most capable ones in the Ukrainian Armed Forces. In general, he is loyal to any government, but is in shock from what is … Continue reading

Interview with Young Field Commanders, Alexander Zhuchkovskiy and Oleg Melnikov

NOTE: Translated in a Rush; Subject to Change. Original: Strelkov Info Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov / Edited by @GBabeuf Note: this Interview was conducted prior to Igor Strelkov’s and the Militia’s breakout from Slavyansk. Militiamen Alexander Zhuchkovskiy and Oleg Melnikov are both veterans of the defence of the village of Semyonovka, the very … Continue reading

Forgive us for not dying in Slavyansk

by Igor Druze (Igor Strelkov’s Advisor)   translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov / edited by @GBabeuf The Militia was forced to leave Slavyansk. Of course, we were prepared to stand firm to the end, and were ready to obey any order to that effect from the Commander-in-Chief. All of us had prepared wills and … Continue reading

Three Stories From the Front, July 5-6, 2014

Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov / edited by @GBabeuf July 5, 2014—Commentary from Dmitry Steshin, KP Journalist Ukies do not understand the difference between “surrender” and “retreat.” Paulus surrendered; Strelkov merely retreated—taking some Ukie armoured vehicles with him. But he left surprises. As I predicted, with the coming of night, fighting flared up in … Continue reading

Slavyansk is out of sight now…

by Dmitry Steshin (Komsomolskaya Pravda) Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov / Edited by S. Naylor & @GBabeuf I understand and share the bitterness and resentment of those who found out this morning that the Militia has left Slavyansk. The news washed over everyone—the ‘hoorah-patriots’, the ‘all-is-lost-patriots’ and even the cold, analytical types. And now, … Continue reading

Slavyangrad, the Hero City. Two Stories From the Front.

Note from Oleg Tsarev. “Deputat” – the Defender of Slavyansk. July 3, 2014 – Original Edited by S. Naylor Video: Revelations from a Heavily Wounded Militiaman His name is Victor Nikolaevich. His radio call-name is “Deputat.” He is a resident of Slavyansk that rose up to defend his land. He is 56 years old. Now he … Continue reading

The ghost of a lieutenant: our name is Strelkov

by Alexander A. Dugin Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov Original: Novorus.info Igor Strelkov (Girkin). I feel that his pseudonym is his real name. A Russian man holds the defence of a country (Novorossiya), with 20,000 men, against a frontal attack by an entire army. Yet, an army, without a general, is no army at … Continue reading

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