Category Archives: Western Genocide

A place in between, by Dagmar Henn

Note: following Desecrated Shrines, this is the second eyewitness report about daily life in Novorussia sent to my by the Saker Community representative in Novorussia, Dagmar Henn, Team Leader German Saker Blog who has found the time to write this text while reorganizing the German blog.

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A place in between

by Dagmar Henn

Oktiaborskii

It´s a cold, but sunny morning when we start for Oktiaborskii, another one of the prominently shelled quarters, like many others built around a mine of the same name. We drive to the last row of houses; just a few trees separate them from open fields, and just 500 m from the Ukrainian lines. Here we meet a delivery of food by the Vostok battalion. Planned or accidental? It´s not quite sure; here everything happens in a hurry, a few minutes on the spot, then it´s time to leave again.

No gas., no electricity.. in front of the second house we visit there’s an improvised stove, just a metal plate on a few stones under a tiny shed; there’s no lack of firewood, they collect the branches the shelling breaks off the trees. The facades are pockmarked from shrapnel. I remember those marks, in my childhood many buildings in Munich still wore them, dark dirty holes, but these are fresh, and the stone under the grey skin shines in a virgin white.

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Desacrated shrines, by Dagmar Henn

Note: this is the first article sent to me by the Saker Community representative in Novorussia, Dagmar Henn, from the German Saker Blog.  Dagmar has had a tough trip, with very little opportunity to write and only sporadic and slow Internet connections (this is, after all, a war zone).  I hope that this will be a first of a series of eyewitness reports by Dagmar about the reality of life in Novorussia today.

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Desacrated shrines

by Dagmar Henn

We stop in front of a burnt-out church. This is Petrovsky, one of the areas most affected by Ukrainian shelling. The destruction seems completely accidental, a shelling lottery  that left ruins between untouched, immaculate buildings. This is a suburb with small single-floor houses built with red bricks, surrounded by green metal fences, squeezed between mines, factories and railroads. The whole landscape is dominated by the artificial hills, left by a century of mining, that still show their raw stoney faces.

This building was built in the 19th century as an administrative building, tells Alexandr Kolesnik, a member of the Novorosian parliament, later turned into a school and eventually transformed into a church, during perestroika. All the women in our group cover their heads. Stanislawska, one of our guards, rushes to the Turkish photographer to ask for the neckerchief around his neck, when shenotices [deletedthat’] I don’t have anything on me that could be used as concealment, so I end up entering the place with his grey, cotton scarf over my hair. What once was the central room, is now an open ruin. Black marks slide down from the gawping holes that used to be windows, and the smell of burnt wood lingers in the air, even though the fire died down weeks ago. The roof of the entrance still exists, only now as a ceiling of charcoal. This is Donetsks tiny version, of Coventry cathedral.

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Conversation: Historian William Blum on the Empire

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Those Who Collaborate with the West, by André Vltchek

It is much easier to rule over those people who have lost all their dignity.

There is no reason to fear resistance where cynical consumerism, lack of knowledge, and constant anxiety are shaping the behavioral patterns of a nation; of most of its citizens.

The West made an art form out of controlling the world. Its once rough and simple ‘divide and rule’ tactics have reached, with time, great virtuosity. What Richter, Rostropovich or Argerich did for the art of Western classical music, people like Brzezinski, Kissinger and Negroponte matched with their brilliance in the art of destruction and terror.

In today’s world, everything is upside down. Brothers fear brothers, guerilla fighters are made to spy on each other, and heroes who are fighting for the survival of the planet are labeled by Western regime as demagogues, strongmen or even terrorists.

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Conversation: I Stand with Russia

This is a really interesting effort being led by Sean Davis in the Asia Pacific region. He has taken a stand and we encourage you to take a stand for truth as well.

We initially reported on this at the beginning of the year here. And we are very happy to see that the initiative is continuing and growing!

Thank you Sean!

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The Future of the Middle East, by Thierry Meyssan

For several months, Barack Obama has been trying to change US policy in the Middle East in order to eliminate the Islamic Emirate with the help of Syria. But he cannot do this, partly because he has been saying for years that President Assad must go, and secondly because his regional allies support the Islamic Emirate against Syria. However, things are slowly evolving so he should be able to do so soon. Thus, it appears that all States that supported the Islamic Emirate have ceased to do so, opening the way for a redistribution of the cards.

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The world awaits the conclusion of a comprehensive agreement between Washington and Tehran -under the ridiculous pretext of ending a military nuclear program that has not existed since the end of the war waged by Iraq (1980-1988) -. It would focus on the protection of Israel in exchange for recognition of Iranian influence in the Middle East and Africa.

However, this should only take effect after the Israeli elections of March 17, 2015. The supposed defeat of Netanyahu would renew ties between Washington and Tel Aviv and facilitate agreement with Tehran.

In this context, the US elite are trying to agree on future policy, while the European allies of the United States are preparing to align with what will be the new US policy.

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War Crimes of the “righteous”

This is how Tokyo looked like 70 years ago after “Operation Meetinghouse”. Northern and eastern Tokyo were completely devastated. 100,000 civilians were burned alive. US Gen. Curtis LeMay insisted on low-altitude flights by 335 bombers, no-holds-barred carpet bombing, and loads and loads of napalm.

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Pepe Escobar is the roving correspondent for Asia Times, an analyst for RT and Sputnik, and a Sputnik regular. His latest book is Empire of Chaos. Follow him on Facebook by clicking here.

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Victims of Western-supported Kiev junta – 3 siblings taking a bath before bedtime

This is what the EU, UK and the US are fully supporting, funding and directing in Ukraine.

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Source: FortRuss
February 13, 2015
Translated by Kristina Rus
 
Nastia, Dasha, Kirill, who is next?

“This was a bathroom…”He can not calmly look at this. Just yesterday there was a bathroom. His three children were taking a bath before bedtime. He heard an explosion. Dennis didn’t realize immediately that the rocket hit the house directly. He wanted to take the kids to the basement.He is still shaking from what he saw.”At first glance I saw the whole body of Nastia. I took Kirill in my arms. The emergency worker dragged me away, thought, I wouldn’t be able to handle it. I could handle it. Only my wife was taken to the hospital with a nervous breakdown. I was holding myself together. This is barbaric.”

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His wife Lyuba spent the whole night in a hospital. But found strength to come back to the house. They are looking for clean clothes to bury their children tomorrow.

“Didn’t even hear a hiss. Just “bang!” ”

At once they lost everyone: 2 year old Kirill, 7 year old Nastia and 13 year old Dasha. They were always together, remember the parents. On a table, under fragments of glass – a book of fairytales, the sisters liked to read them for their brother at night.

“They were so friendly. The little one couldn’t be away from his oldest sister. The middle one was very happy.”

Active shelling of Gorlovka began last night. Artillery worked all night. The shelling continued in the morning.

Destruction around the entire town. One shell exploded near a residential house. Many wounded. Broken glass everywhere.

Vera Ivanovna just found out her husband Alexey was killed. They spent 40 years together.  She asked him not to go outside. Was afraid. But he insisted. Her elderly mother just moved in, and he went to get some food.

“My husband is dead. I don’t want to talk”

No words. Just fear. Gorlovka residents try to shelter in basements. But it doesn’t always help.

Denis’s family spent the last 6 months in the basement. He came down here to take his son’s favorite toy. Along with the toy they are taking Dasha’s favorite blue dress, and leaving far away from the house.

Channel 1, Gorlovka.

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Conversation: When the common man has had enough, you lose the war

A woman from Zaporozhia region of south-eastern Ukraine delivers a spirited attack against the war to Kiev military recruiters

Where we found it: Russia-Insider

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