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Old 07-08-2014, 02:30 AM
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Escalations continue.
http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/...s/1299978.html

For some, SHTF has already started.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0P8exx-ekbw

The wisdom to leave early is therefore something to always keep in mind.
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Old 07-08-2014, 08:21 AM
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No one can keep firing a rifle without someone supplying the bullets.
And it is naïve to think that they will draw a yellow box and play by the rules to only fight in the box.
Maybe the box is Ukraine and Russia is building an army at the border to prevent spillage..... hmmm, then everyone in the box should be fighting.
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Old 15-08-2014, 10:03 PM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpigBmHOUcg

The emotional tussle of leaving your home and the familiar environment involves grief and loss. Not everyone is ready to take that step.
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Old 15-08-2014, 10:22 PM
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Hope the aid supply is able to reach there to relieve them off some of the sufferings
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Old 26-08-2014, 10:55 AM
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http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-rus...russia/5397171

At the moment both sides are showing restraint, with Russia only moving with humanitarian aid to the ethnic Russians caught in the crossfire. So at least that is good news. Also fortunate that the MH17 incident did not trigger off any escalation. Most still unsure if it was an intentional false flag or an accident.

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In Russia, Putin now is under intense domestic political pressure to send Russian forces into Eastern Ukraine, in order to stop the attacks by the Ukrainian military on the cities there, which were once part of the Soviet Union.These attacks have created an absolute humanitarian catastrophe.

On August 5, 2014, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees reported that 740,000 Eastern Ukrainians had fled to Russia. They go there because Russia is close, and because most of the refugees are ethnic Russians, a fact that explains why the Russophobes in Kiev have been quite willing to indiscriminately bombard their cities.

What is taking place in Eastern Ukraine amounts to “ethnic cleansing,” the forced removal of ethnic Russians from Eastern Ukraine. This is a process that is fully supported by the US; RAPA would greatly enhance this support.

Ukrainian military forces have surrounded Donetsk – a city of almost one million people – and have for weeks conducted daily attacks against it using inaccurate multiple-launch rockets, heavy artillery fire, ballistic missiles carrying warheads with up to 1000 pounds of high explosive, and aerial bombardments. Water supplies, power plants, train stations, airports, bridges, highways, and schools have all been targeted, along with the general population. In Lugansk, a city of more than 440,000 people, a humanitarian crisis has been declared by its mayor, because the siege of the city has left it with little medicine, no fuel,intermittent power, and no water since August 3 (three weeks at the time of this writing).
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Old 13-09-2014, 11:16 PM
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Russia has delivered a second shipment of aid to rebel-controlled Ukraine, sending trucks carrying 2,000 tonnes of goods unaccompanied across the border.

While the West continues to press on with sanctions on Russia, even the general mainstream media cannot hide the fact that Russia's actions are humanitarian. Have the puppet masters turned MSM against their own politicians? Perhaps the masters have already abandoned ship and transferred the bulk of their assets east.
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Old 14-09-2014, 11:56 AM
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US spend $5 billion, ousted Viktor Yanukovych.

put Maidan Square to change that,

lost Sevastopol in Crimea, since the referendum of Crimea to re-join Russian Federation.

This even really pissed of the west and those junta in Kiev.

That is the reasons, the Russian speaking Ukrainian got killed by their own government's anti-terrorist activities. But with the EU special military-forces backing the separatist and some Russian ex-military people, and with the old Soviets weapons, the Kiev's army got blown to pieces, effectively lost their war against the Eastern people.

Hence we continue to see the sanctions.

But the retaliation by Russia really hurt all, Australia-Canada-EU-US, In particular those US based companies operating is Russia.
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Old 14-09-2014, 01:33 PM
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Default Russia Sends Second Humanitarian Convoy Into Ukraine, And Nobody Says A Word

About a month ago, when Russia sent a humanitarian convoy to aid ethnic Russians in east Ukraine, the Western world, and of course media, screamed bloody murder, with everyone from NATO to the Kiev government declaring it, without a shadow of a doubt, an invasion, a Trojan Horse, and a convoy of arms deliveries for the rebels caught in the Ukraine civil war, not necessarily in that order. Nobody thought it could possibly be just that: a convoy of humanitarian aid delivering provisions to hundreds of thousands of civilians caught in the middle of a war. Then finally, after weeks of delays, the convoy was allowed in and after unloading its cargo, promptly returned to Russia without a single incident.

Fast forward to today, when hours ago Russia sent a second humanitarian convoy into east Ukraine, which entered without enter the approval of Kiev or the oversight of the Red Cross and nobody said a word.

As if all the posturing and warmongering rhetoric have long since departed the Ukraine, now that the US is fully engaged in yet another war, this time not a proxy civil war but one involving doing Qatar's natural gas pipeline bidding once more, meaning it is time to conclude what was started in early 2013 and once again try to dethrone Syria's assad so that the all important Gazprom-displacing pipeline from the middle east can finally make its way to Europe, aided by a soon to be new, pro-American government in Syria.

But back to Ukraine where the second convoy barely made news and the details about it were only revealed several paragraphs deep inside this AP article about ongoing fighting near the Donetsk airport:

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-0...body-says-word
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