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“We were running across a burning bridge…” Pt. 1

Original: Colonel Cassad Translated by @TamrikoT / Edited by @GBabeuf Interview with Mikhail Chaliy, the brother of Aleksey Chaliy, who took an active part in the Sevastopol uprising in 2014, the year in which in fact the Crimea’s return to Russia began. Mikhail, unlike Aleksey, was always somewhat in the shadows, but in the days … Continue reading

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

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.

Why does the truth about the war create a conflict between us and the Crimean Tatars? Part 2

Original: Komsomolskaya Pravda Translated by Alexander Fedotov The KP [Russian newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda – trans.] commentator Galina Sapozhnikova {GS} went to the Crimea to see why the premiere of the film about Stalin’s deportations turned into a political scandal in Simferopol. The first part of the publication referred to the premiere of the film “Haytarma” … Continue reading

Why does the truth about the war still cause us to quarrel with the Crimean Tatars? Part 1

Original: Komsomolskaya Pravda Translated by Alexander Fedotov The KP [Russian newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda – trans.] commentator Galina Sapozhnikova {GS} went to the Crimea to see why the premiere of the film about Stalin’s deportations turned into a political scandal in Simferopol. He was thin and terribly laconic – this, compressed like a spring, man in … Continue reading

I am Ukrainian – A Message from A Ukrainian to the Dutch

Preamble: On the Eve of the Referendum in the Netherlands this Video was produced and posted on YouTube to pursue the Dutch to Vote against the EU Association  Agreement with Ukraine. As expected, the pro Ukraine anti democratic Neo Fascists moved hell to make sure that you wont see this Video and made YouTube flag … 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

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

“I fled to the Crimea because I didn’t want to fight”

Original: Antifashist.com Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by @GBabeuf “I fled to the Crimea, because I do not want to fight” Another fugitive from the Ukrainian Army reported that there are more and more rumours in military units of the UAF about an imminent resumption of large-scale military action against the Donbass republics. The … Continue reading

Mosaic of Facts by Miguel Francis-Santiago—Movie

On September 11, RT Documentary released a great movie by an American film-maker Miguel Francis-Santiago, also famous for his works “Crimea for Dummies” and “Donetsk: An American Glance”. In his documentary about information wars, Miguel seeks hard facts and evidence, trying to find out who stands behind the walls of disinformation and benefits from double standard propaganda, what is the role of government and … Continue reading

The Updated Military Strategy of the US: Ambiguity and Dominance

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

Differences in Approach

Original: El Murid Translated by Gleb Bazov / Edited by Tiago de Carvalho “…The United States is not ready to enter into a war over Ukraine [as it did with Iraq], White House Press Secretary Joshua Ernest told reporters on Tuesday, May 26. He clarified the US position when answering a question about the difference … Continue reading

In Everything, Blame The “Regionals”

Original: Colonel Cassad Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by @GBabeuf The Gauleiter of the occupied part of the LPR—Moskal (the one “investigating” the case of the snipers on Institutskaya Street, but who was photographed with these very snipers) put forth his explanation of what happened. It turns out that for everything in the Donbass … Continue reading

Crimea. The Way Back Home. / Subtitled in English by V.P.E.

Preamble: We extend our enormous gratitude to the team at Vox Populi Evo (“V.P.E.”) that produced this excellent translation of the documentary. It is a testament to their spirit and dedication that they were able to prepare and publish this production faster than the official version. We are proud to call them our partners. Please visit … Continue reading

Крым. Путь на Pодину. / Crimea. The Road Home.

Фильм Андрея Кондрашова (Сергей Краус) (15.03.2015, Документальный) Film by Andrey Kondrashov (Sergey Kraus) (15.03.2015, Documentary)  NOTE: English-Language Subtitles Not Yet Available; You Can Download the Film Via Options Below

Igor Strelkov’s First Interview After the Breakout from Slavyansk, July 5, 2014

Igor Strelkov: Genuine fascists are advancing against us, fascists in the very same sense that our predecessors understood this word. Monsters. Murderers. Bandits. Marauders. Pure “Polizei”—Banderovtsy, just as they once were. A subtitled version of the interview was prepared by Marcel Sardo (@marcelsardo) and can be found at Mondbasis.com (Marcel Sardo) and at RuTube. Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov … 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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