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On the Impeachment of Poroshenko

Original: Colonel Cassad Translated by @TamrikoT / Edited by @GBabeuf Briefly, regarding the decisions of the Kiev City Council and the statements in the Verkhovna Rada on the need for Poroshenko to resign. 1. The main thing that one must understand is that the source of Poroshenko’s power is not “the Ukrainian people,” but the … 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

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

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

“Heroes of the ATO” in Moscow

Original: Colonel Cassad Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by Tiago de Carvalho An exhibition displaying photographs of troops from the Donbas Battalion opened in Moscow on September 28:

Donbass defender Rafael Marques Lusvarghi arrested in Ukraine

At approximately 9:00am on Thursday, October 6, 2016, Rafael Marques Lusvarghi, a Brazilian volunteer who served in the Donbass, defending the freedom of its people, in the period from September 2014 to October 2015, was detained by the Ukrainian State Security Service (SBU) in Kiev’s Borispol Airport. The SBU has since announced that Rafael will be charged under Article 258-3 (creation of a terrorist … Continue reading

The Face of Evil

Syria dominates the news media at the moment. There is good reason for it. The world is aghast at the hideous brutality unleashed by the savage inhumanity of that war. But it also gives a lot of Westerners ensconced in their comfortable cocoons of security and plenty an excuse to point at the senseless acts … Continue reading

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

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

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

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

The smell of war is in the air…

Original: Publizist.ru / Nikolai Yurenev Translated by Gleb Bazov / Edited by @GBabeuf The putrid smell of war draws near. It is still difficult to make out, and for many—altogether impossible, but war is coming for us. As for me, I have not been able to shake off the feeling that the Third World War has already begun. For … Continue reading

Telling Porkies at the UN General Assembly

Original: Svobodnaya Pressa Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by @GBabeuf Poroshenko’s fairy tales were published in New-York   The “Maidan” President spoke to the United Nations General Assembly about victory over poverty, tuberculosis and “Russian aggression”   The President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, in the framework of the UN General Assembly addressed the summit … 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

General Alexander Kolomiets—Defection to the Militia

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

Igor Strelkov’s Interview with Kolokol Rossii

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

Is Ukraine a Modern Day Colony?

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

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

OSCE Conference Scandal in Vienna

Written by Zlatko Percinic and originally published on Neo Presse OSCE-conference Scandal in Vienna from 15.-16.06 From June15 to 16, OSCE held a conference at its seat in the Austrian capital Vienna entitled “Journalists’ Safety, Media Freedom and Pluralism in Times of Conflict”. Nothing exciting, one is tempted to say, if reality had not been a bit different.Because what … Continue reading

Interview with French Volunteers

Original video published by Pravda DNR Transcript translated by Linda Kadd / Edited by Gleb Bazov Photo credits: Transterra Media Preamble: Journalists from Pravda DNR conducted this interview with French volunteers Erwan Castel and Tonio de Pedro. This is the complete unedited transcript of the interview. EC: Good morning! I am Erwan Castel. I am a French volunteer in Novorossiya. TP: … Continue reading

The Kiev Cauldron—Киевский Котел

Preamble: Without undue fanfare (only the accolades well earned), allow me to introduce, by means of the excellent analysis below, one of the many new beginnings here at Slavyangrad. In addition to our bread and butter—translations of first-hand accounts, interviews and analyses authored by the many authentic voices of Novorossiya, Russia and Ukraine—we will be starting to publish … 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

The Situation Surrounding Mariinka

Preamble: This opinion piece was written by its author while the battle for Mariinka was still being fought. Contrary to many assertions that the UAF had retaken the town almost immediately, the NAF have only withdrawn from the positions they seized in Mariinka in the last day or two. The opinions expressed in this piece may … Continue reading

Ukraine: what remains of Minsk?

Original: RussEurope / Jacques Sapir Translated by @GBabeuf / Edited by Gleb Bazov Ukraine: what remains of Minsk? The situation in Ukraine and in insurgent areas of the Donbass is steadily deteriorating. This is proved by the clashes of the last few days, which, though limited, have certainly been the most violent since January 2015. … 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

Military Analysis: Ukraine Poised to Attack the Donbass

Preamble: The following analysis was provided to us by an individual with intimate understanding of the conflict, whose insight is derived from detailed data of troop movements collected in May 2015. In view of the sharp escalation of the conflict in the Donbass on June 2-4, 2015, we are now publishing this information, unabridged. Our hope is that … Continue reading

Ukraine will not engage in dialogue with the DPR and the LPR

Original: Colonel Cassad Translated by Gleb Bazov / Edited by @GBabeuf The President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko told the the 8th Kiev Forum on Security Issues that Ukraine will not engage in dialogue with representatives of the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk republics (the “DPR” and the “LPR”, respectively). He stated, inter alia: “We must ensure … Continue reading

Mozgovoy: “The Oligarchs remain our principal enemy”

Original: LIVA Translated by Gleb Bazov / Edited by @GBabeuf Photo credits: LIVA FROM THE EDITOR (LIVA): This is one of the last interviews given by Aleksey Mozgovoy—the commander of the Prizrak Brigade, who openly asserted that the residents of the Donbass and of Ukraine should act together to end the rule of the “super-rich” … Continue reading

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