Sunday, November 30, 2014

I am often asked: "how do you feel about New Russia"? | by Ivan Ohlobystina

I am often asked: "how do you feel about New Russia"? 

30.11.14.
Posted by Ivan Ohlobystina.

I am often asked: how do you feel about the New Russia? And how do you treat people who defend their land, their loved ones, and, in fact, are the heroes of anti-fascists? #Novorossia has got this playing out now. 

We were asleep. You have woke up ... Why am I here? I guess it is now the brightest spot on the planet, because it is the epicenter of the global resistance to evil, I think. Because under the pretext of non-existent philosophical idiom, for some economic reasons, the world suddenly changed.
 
The world has become aggressive, violence began to prosper. And here - the first bastion against the darkness of this ... I very much hope that very soon here comes peace and prosperity. Because the people who live here, have a right to happiness. They paid for it with his own blood . 

Alexey Ovichnnikova posted,"To the delight of the audience came to Okhlobystin already legendary commander Motorola with his wife." I would like to congratulate you on your marriage, "- he said to the couple, and handed Motorola wedding gift: a bottle of some alcohol. Wife much more fortunate: "And I brought you a camouflage cloak" - he said, and to everyone's glee, pulled his coat, which immediately and placed on the shoulders of Helena. 

And then the actor went to the Holy Transfiguration Cathedral in Donetsk. As a gift to the temple Ivan Ohlobystin handed the cup to the Blessed Sacrament and officials to serve the Liturgy. " During the presentation in Donetsk new feature film "Priest-san" Russian actor Ivan Ohlobystin reported that many more cultural figures of the Russian Federation want to visit Donetsk People's Republic : "I spoke with Igor Ivanovich Sukachev. I asked him," Will you go to the New Russia? ". He said," Well, of course! ". Most likely, it will arrive in December with a concert here - find a place in your schedule. Then I talked with Dima Haratyanom - he, too, will come. Kormuhina Olga arrives and the group "earring will come." So far here are the preliminary agreement has. I think that a lot more people will come because - what we can, so help! "

Protesters Accused President Petro Poroshenko of Breaking Promises

Tragedy and Farce

Tensions between president and prime minister may further derail Ukraine

Nov 29th 2014 | KIEV |


“SHAME! Shame! Shame!” roared the crowd when Ukraine’s leaders appeared at a recent ceremony honouring the Maidan victims. 

Protesters accused President Petro Poroshenko of breaking promises. A year after their “revolution of dignity” began, the politicians are being anything but dignified. A month has passed since the general election and still Ukraine has no government. Fights over cabinet posts or parliamentary seating speak to a lack of urgency. “It’s a circus, a kindergarten,” says Maria Zhartovskaya, political correspondent for Ukrainskaya Pravda, a website.

Now five pro-Western parties have signed a coalition agreement. Mr Poroshenko and Arseniy Yatsenyuk, the prime minister, promise that the government will follow soon. But competition is hampering negotiations. The voters unexpectedly put Mr Yatsenyuk’s People’s Front first in the election. That was a blow to Mr Poroshenko, and leaves Ukraine with two power centres. The pair have descended into disagreement and posturing, raising fears of a repeat of the tensions that emerged after the Orange revolution.

Mr Poroshenko and Mr Yatsenyuk have never been close. Ukraine’s Western allies are working hard to keep them together. Yet efforts to merge their parties into one ahead of the election failed—some say the two could not agree on a name. Lviv’s mayor, Andriy Sadovyi, whose Samopomich party is the third arm of the coalition, frets about “misunderstandings and little fights”. The main ones are now over the jobs of interior minister, justice minister and parliamentary speaker.

In this section control over ministerial posts is also paramount for Ukraine’s oligarchs, who continue to exert pernicious influence. Volodymyr Fesenko of the Penta think-tank talks of an “animal” struggle for territory. Chief among the current pack is Ihor Kolomoisky, governor of the Dnipropetrovsk region and an active supporter of the war against the separatists. Arsen Avakov, who as current interior minister oversees many of the volunteer battalions, is said to be linked to Mr Kolomoisky.

The coalition deal has some good features, including a promise to scrap legal immunity for deputies. Svitlana Zalishchuk, a Maidan activist who entered parliament with the Poroshenko block, says that outside experts helped to draft the text. But she admits that the old rules still applied to choosing the cabinet. Ministers are being chosen based on party affiliation. Alexander Paskhaver, an economist who advised two former Ukrainian presidents, concludes that “there are no signs that they’re preparing for real reforms”. 

Western diplomats urge patience, pointing to the fact that Mr Poroshenko and Mr Yatsenyuk have managed to hold the country together under enormous strain. Western pressure remains a powerful weapon: the coalition deal came just before a visit by America’s vice-president.

The agreement also makes NATO membership a goal, which Russia’s deputy foreign minister warns could lead to further escalation. Philip Breedlove, NATO’s senior military commander, visited Kiev on November 26th just as the Ukrainians announced that two Russian planes had violated their airspace a day earlier in the separatist-controlled Donbas region. Russia could launch another offensive at any time, but for now the Kremlin seems happy to use the Donbas to distract Kiev from reform, weakening the country from within.

Sustained economic pain could spur more turmoil, including separatism in other pro-Russian regions. Mysterious explosions this month in the Ukrainian-held city of Kharkiv, including one outside a military base, are troubling omens.

Friday, November 28, 2014

My sister they killed (with her ​​husband and children in Gorlovka)

#Ukraine War-Crimes Updates
28-11-2014
My sister they killed (with her ​​husband and children in Gorlovka)

"Please publish this that all those fucked up ASSHOLES I saw and know their faces !!! I'm going to battle now!!!!. I will soon be 26, I'm a girl with very poor eyesight, but I'll find the money for lenses or glasses, and I will shoot very well with them. I will kill you all one by one. I will not shoot you in the head or heart, I'll shoot you in the arms, legs, stomach, so that you will die like the evil creatures you are. And just like my sister who in her agony knew that her family you had killed, that we no longer have as their children were buried in a closed coffins, because there was only meat left of her children. I am coming for you freaks. I will gnaw you with my teeth into small pieces. For my family, for her kids, and for Oleg and Tanya. Soon you will "Burn in Hell", you bastards. Retribution comes quick and true !!!


US Govt. not just Pro-Nazi, but Anti-Christian

US Govt. not just Pro-Nazi, but Anti-Christian

24.11.2014

Source: Original

Although middle-America is conservative with sound Christian values its government is not. Last Friday the UN General Assembly passed a resolution against the promotion of Nazism and other forms of racial discrimination. The majority of countries like Russia were for it but the "land of the free" voted against it. The "brightest beacon for freedom" would not stand in the way of Nazi ideologies. Has the US government turned into Nazis or are they really against Christianity?



Russia had proposed the resolution. Perhaps russophobia is the answer to America's vote against it. The US fought against Hitler in WWII but they fund and support their puppet regime in Kiev taken over by Nazis. Obama's government sides with black criminals when they shoot white people and against police officers who defend themselves against violent black men. On the other hand they allow Nazis to live and promote their ideologies in their own country. Insanity in the "Land of the free" or the freedom to do evil? When prayer in schools became verboten the devil rocked America's cradle teaching chaos to future ne'er-do-wells. A violent drug culture emerged stabbing the back of their forefathers. They began to invade the country as a virus infects a body. Like the plague it engulfed the whole land and the strongest lamented over the nation's weakness. They twisted the words freedom into the freedom to do every vice and evil the wicked could conceive. It turned everything upside down.

Good was bad. Men became women. Women became men. Sodom and Gomorrah was rebuilt. Capitalism was no longer there to help others but selfishness grew and greed vomited out its illicit pleasures of entertainment that blinded the minds of millions. Those who could not be perverted were given comforts and toys that would satisfy them. Souls became empty and they reached out for anything that gave them temporary peace again and again. America's "Shadow Party" was not completely effective. There were people who could see the sinister changes in their country. They saw the rising tide of violence. They saw how families were being destroyed as the devil rocked every cradle. The sane were considered insane. The foolish were praised as philosophers. Judges were deranged and released murderers, rapists and child molesters back into the public to kill, rape and sexually assault children. Good people watched in horror on TV. Was it a movie, TV show or was it reality? Like a cat toying with a mouse before it's killed, millions were entranced before Free love, sex, drugs and rock and roll.

"This is a free country, man!", they all shouted. All manner of illicit behavior was expressed publicly. They did not care what others said because they have rights to do as they want. "Daddy does not exist so we can do anything". These childish mentalities only rotted away their lives and society. They had already been taught in school all they needed to know. The evil seed had been sown in universities, colleges and public schools years ago.

Who is the victor? Those who despise Christ and had him removed under the law. They are the victors in the west collecting the spoils of war. They had him "legally" removed from public view and discouraged worshippers in every way that a spider can spin a web. They will all share that guilt on judgment day for they did it knowingly and maliciously disregarding murders of the innocent. They once mocked Christ yelling at him to get off the cross. They still laugh at him today.

"What gives a Christian the right to worship Christ and spread the faith?", they ask. They might shout "keep it to themselves!", "Not in public!" or the usual "Separation of church and state!". They say they want it separate but they really mean to annihilate Christianity as Marx and Lenin wanted either by killing Christians or by persuading them to turn away from Christ. It does not matter how it is done as long as it gets done either with legal means or with entertainment distractions. No, they will never stop hating Christ and his followers. They will continue to try to blind the world from the miracle in Russia.

They own the western media and they have some control of the internet. Who is "they" you ask? Those who are financially wealthy and despise Christ who have the power to remove him under the law. You know a tree by its fruit don't you? Then you can know a person by their actions. Call them Communists, Marxists or liberals. No names are necessary. They failed in Russia but are winning in the West. Christianity is the reason the western media and their governments hate Putin and Russia. They thought it was over when they murdered the Tsar and his family. They were wrong. Christ is risen and is still King. The Holy Mother Russia they sought to destroy has been resurrected by Christ with a new and stronger faith. They destroyed Christ the Savior Cathedral but it was rebuilt by Christians in Russia. Thousands of churches and monasteries that have been destroyed have been repaired or are being repaired.

The US voted against a resolution to stop Nazism but they are not Nazis. Their shadow government welcomes anything that destroys Christianity. It is nothing new under the sun. Human nature is the same throughout the annals of antiquity. The people of Rome were pagans but no longer do they have slaves and persecute Christians in the arena. Russia answered Christ's call and came out of the same tyrannical darkness. Repent or fall into chaos. Again, I remind those conservative Americans today enslaved by their tyrannical government in the USA who have remained faithful:


"But they that hope in the Lord shall renew their strength, they shall take wings as eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint." -Isaiah 40:31

By:Xavier Lerma

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Jeroen Akkermans RTL News/Berlin #MH17 Wreckage Photos



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#MH17 Wreckage Photos
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