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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

Kiev card or why Yarosh confessed to unleashing the war in the Donbass

Original article lenta.ru Translation by Alexander Fedotov   The former leader of the banned in Russia extremist nationalist movement Praviy Sektor (PS) and a deputy of Verkhovna Rada Dmitry Yarosh surprised many by admitting that in April 2014 members of PS, on the direct orders of the leaders of Ukraine, took part in fighting at Slavyansk. … 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

Quit Mumbling

Original: Novorossia.su Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by @GBabeuf I will tell you a secret, which far too many can guess—the war in the Donbass is in full swing while many in the mass media—receiving circulars and instructions “from above”—continue drivelling on about “observance of the Minsk agreements”, or “ceasefire”, repeating the politicians’ nonsense … Continue reading

Interview with Igor Strelkov: War as a Litmus Test

Original: Eurasian News Fairway Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov / Edited by Tiago de Carvalho and @GBabeuf According to Igor Strelkov, there is no doubt that Ukraine intends to go to war with Russia. A correspondent of the Eurasian News Fairway interviewed Igor Ivanovich Strelkov (Igor Vsevolodovich Girkin—military leader of the Donetsk People’s Republic … Continue reading

“We have a once in a lifetime opportunity to build a socialist state in Europe”

Preamble: Of the two texts published below, the first is a translation of an article written some weeks ago from Lugansk for the Basque language magazine, Argia. Following its publication on Slavyangrad.es, in Spanish, part of the Spanish (mostly Catalan) Left used the article to try to discredit the volunteers. They argued that the fact … Continue reading

Strelkov: Why I did not join the “Russian March”

Original: Svobodnaya Pressa Translated: Tatzhit Mihailovich / Edited by @GBabeuf Photo: Mikhail Voskresenkiy/RIA Novosti Instead of the March, the hero of the Defence of Slavyansk visited a shrine on November 4 The legendary former commander of Novorossiya, Igor Strelkov, had planned to take part in the Russian March. Many patriots and nationalists were expecting him—with … Continue reading

Statement by I. B. Ivanov, Chairman of the Russian General Military Union

Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by @Gbabeuf Original article Statement of I. B. Ivanov, Chairman of the Russian General Military Union, the former Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the of Donetsk People’s Republic  8 Sep 2014 The audience, for days on end, has been asking questions: where did … Continue reading

The View from an Operating Room – a Slavyansk Surgeon Speaks

Original: The View from an Operating Room of the Slavyansk Central Hospital Translated from Russian by Alan and Alya Bailey / Edited by @GBabeuf and Gleb Bazov Preamble: This is an online conference with a former surgeon of the Slavyansk hospital (he performed operations on Strelkov’s soldiers and left the town together with the retreating Militia). He … Continue reading

Novorossiya Military Briefings, August 19-21, 2014

Map of Operations, August 10-20, 2014 – Created by Kot Ivanov English Version Created by Anthony Hartin Collected Military Briefings, August 19-21, 2014 Original: Colonel Cassad LiveJournal Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov Novorossiya Military Briefing, August 19, 2014 August 19, 2014 – 23:30 – Colonel Cassad LiveJournal The most difficult battles are currently happening near Ilovaisk. … Continue reading

The Residents of Slavyansk have disappeared; the town is being re-populated with migrants from Western Ukraine.

Original: http://antifashist.com/item/zhiteli-slavyanska-ischezli-gorod-zaselyaetsya-vyhodcami-iz-zapadnoj-ukrainy.html#ixzz39hUoJeiV Translation by Valentina Lisitsa Edited by S. Naylor & @GBabeuf August 7, 2014 In Slavyansk, occupied by Ukrainian troops, the local residents have practically disappeared. The town is being inundated with migrants speaking in a foreign dialect, who take over the housing of those who left to escape the Ukrainian bombing campaign. This … Continue reading

Part II: Investigating the Slavyansk Crucifixion

Part I: Investigating the Slavyansk Crucifixion Original: The Unwashed Brain By @ApathyKills In Part 1 we’ve looked at the basic facts of the so-called Slavyansk Crucifixion and the helpful investigations by Anatoly Shariy and Evgeny Feldman, but now it’s time to consider the work of the real debunkers. We’ve already met Julia Davis through her role in … Continue reading

Part I: Investigating the Slavyansk Crucifixion

Part II: Investigating the Slavyansk Crucifixion Preamble: We are again pleased to present, with the author’s (@ApathyKills) permission, a new article (originally posted here) from the blog The Unwashed Brain, this time dealing with the horrifying case of the Slavyansk Crucifixion, reported earlier by this publication here and here. We trust that, at this stage, … Continue reading

A Slavyansk Farewell – Film by Alexander Kots & Dmitry Steshin

Preamble: Our gratitude goes to our partners at Anti-Maidan.Com for preparing a superb translation of this landmark documentary film by Komsomolskaya Pravda (“KP”) journalists, Alexander Kots and Dmitry Steshin. Neither the film, nor the authors require any further introduction. Please watch, reflect, and share.

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

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

Galina Pyshnyak – Eyewitness Account of Ukrainian Atrocities in Slavyansk (Subtitled in English)

Preamble: Considering the controversy this eyewitness account has already generated (and will continue to generate), it deserves a thorough review from the standpoint of legal and evidentiary rules. That review will be generated and provided over the next several days. For now, I can offer you my professional expertise, as a courtroom advocate with eight … Continue reading

Slavyansk Refugee Remembers the Brutal Execution of a Child and His Mother by Ukrainian Nazi Troops

Preamble: This is an eyewitness account, and, as such, is considered to be direct evidence, which, if accepted by a court, would be sufficient for a finding of criminal liability in the absence of any corroborating documentary, video or audio evidence whatsoever. In my opinion (and in the opinion of others) this testimony would be found authentic and credible … Continue reading

Part I – Igor Strelkov and Alexander Borodai Press-Conference, with English Subtitles (Donetsk, July 10, 2014)

Part I – Press-Conference of Alexander Borodai and Igor Strelkov, Donetsk, July 10, 2014

Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov (Note: Rough Translation; Subject to Change) Edited by S. Naylor Part II of the Press-Conference Can be Found Here. Video: Press-Conference of A. Borodai & I. Stelkov, Donetsk, July 10, 2014 (with English Subtitles) Introduction from Alexander Borodai Alexander Borodai: Yes, we can commence. Hello, friends! Today’s press-conference, or a briefing, it does not … Continue reading

Complete Igor Strelkov, Alexander Borodai and Vladimir Antjufeev Press-Conference, Donetsk, July 10, 2014

Video: Part I with English Subtitles (Donetsk, July 10, 2014) – Transcript Video: Part II with English Subtitles (Donetsk, July 10, 2014) – Transcript

Eyewitness Account of Atrocities by Ukrainian Nazi Banderovtsy in Slavyansk, July 10, 2014

Note: Transcripts: (1) English; (2) Deutsch; (3) Russian. Preamble: There is no comment that I can make at this exact moment without bursting into uncensored vitriol and hatred against the Ukrainian Nazis that perpetrated these inhuman, horrific crimes. But comment I must, soon, for I know many will try to dispute this account. For now, allow me … Continue reading

Part II – Press-Conference of Igor Strelkov and Alexander Borodai, Donetsk, July 10, 2014

Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov (Note: Rough Translation; Subject to Change) Part I of the Press-Conference Can be Found Here. Video: Part II of Press-Conference of I. Strelkov and A. Borodai, July 10, 2014 (with English subtitles) “Believe it or Not” or Truth and Rumours About Igor Strelkov Igor Strelkov: (cont’d from Part I) … Continue reading

Interview with Igor Strelkov, First Republican Channel (DPR), July 8, 2014

Video: Interview with Igor Strelkov, July 8, 2014 NOTE: Translated in a Hurry; Subject to Change Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov Edited by S. Naylor Host: Good day.  Today, in the studio of our First Republican television channel, we welcome, for the purpose of making an address to the citizens of DPR [Donetsk People’s Republic], … 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

DPR and LPR Militia Briefings, July 6, 2014

Combined for July 6, 2014 Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov Map: The Changing Situation in Novorossiya (Up to July 6, 2014) July 6, 2014 – Report from a Militiaman of the Saur-Mogila Unit A militiaman from Saur-Mogila reports that the day was not wasted by the defenders of the strategic height: “Near Dmitrovka, our … Continue reading

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