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Old January 8th, 2016 #4521
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I mean, look at the utterly ludicrous power & influence wielded by the tiny screaming minority of cum-dumpsters & carpet-munchers in the "West": if it weren't for the other tiny screaming minority of media/money kikes, the politicians who suck their nasty GAYDS/hepatitis-spreading dicks would instead be calling them the public health-menace, child-molesting perverts they so clearly are. They never even would have dared to stick a lightly-loafered toe out of their semen-caked Closets.
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A performance has been held in a club in Kiev while celebrating the shoot down of Russian SU-24. In the performance a Russian pilot is beheaded in ISIS style while ISIS hymn plays in the background.

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Ukraine May Get Two Christmases as National Identity Debate Begins

Proposal could divide country amid battle for influence between Russian and Ukrainian branches of Orthodox church

(The Guardian)

There are several points to be made about the article below (commentary by Enrico Braun):

•Putsch leader Oleksandr Turchynov is a member of Ukraine's tiny protestant minority. He was a baptist minister before entering politics. He therefore does not represent the overwhelming majority of Ukrainians, who are members of the Russian Orthodox Church in Ukraine

•The 'Ukrainian branch' of the Orthodox Church, which is not really explained here, may refer to the so-called 'Kyiv Patriarchate' - a schismatic church based on Ukrainian chauvinism not faith, supported by the government of Ukraine, and not recognized as legitimate by any other orthodox church in the world

•'Greek Catholics' are Orthodox in form and appearance, concentrated in western Ukraine, who were forced to adhere to the Roman papacy during centuries of Polish rule. Roman Catholics of the western variety are a very small minority

•This is yet another example of an attempt to annihilate the true culture and history of Ukrainians, who are with Russians and Belarusians, common descendants of orthodox Rus, replacing it with a pastiche of western imitation and subservience

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This article originally appeared at The Guardian


Ukraine, which marks Christmas on 7 January in accordance with Orthodox Christian tradition, has begun a national debate about whether it should also celebrate on 25 December, a step that would bring it into line with western Europe.

The debate, reflecting the country’s re-examination of national identity under the impact of the falling-out with Russia, could sharply divide opinion and comes amid a heightened battle for influence between the Russian and Ukrainian branches of the Orthodox church.

After Russia annexed Ukraine’s Crimea region last year and pro-Kremlin separatists launched a rebellion in the east of the country, some Ukrainians began to re-examine their historically close cultural ties to Russia.

Activists in favour of making 25 December, an ordinary working day in Ukraine, an official holiday have launched two petitions that have appeared on the presidential website.

If they garner enough support, the president, Petro Poroshenko, will have to consider the matter, though the Ukrainian parliament would have the final word.

Oleksandr Turchynov, the secretary of Ukraine’s security council, has backed the idea, saying he favours a transition period during which Ukrainians could celebrate Christmas on both 25 December and 7 January.

The Russian Orthodox church dominates Ukraine’s central, eastern and southern regions, while Catholics and Greek Catholics are concentrated in the west of the country.

“We, Christians of different confessions of Ukraine, without abandoning their own traditions and wanting to celebrate Christmas with the whole Christian world, ask for a holiday to be established in Ukraine on 25 December in honour of Christmas,” one of the petitioners said.


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SOLVED: Opposition Shot Victims on Kiev's Maidan

The study by Ivan Katchanovski at the University of Ottawa did not specify the exact identity of the perpetrators

(German Economic News)


The 'Heavenly Hundred' killed on Kiev's Maidan square are enshrined as martyrs in the nationalist cult promoted by the Ukrainian regime. The insinuation, if not direct accusation, is that they were killed by Russia.


Originally Appeared at German Economic News. Translated from the German by Susan Neumann

Translator’s note: The first version of the Snipers’ Massacre in Kiev was presented October 1, 2014.

With the support of thousands of pieces of evidence, including video footage, an analysis from the University of Ottawa has come to the following conclusion: the shots fired at demonstrators did not come from the government, but from snipers of the Western-supported opposition. The EU-Ukraine Association Agreement became operational January 1, 2016 — a poisonous and latent consequence of the violence of Maidan.

An analysis by the University of Ottawa has newly studied the causes of the Maidan Massacre and has come to the conclusion that the massacre designed to overthrow the government of Yanukovych and thus allow a new version of the Cold War starring EU, Ukraine, and the US versus Russia, was not carried out by Yanukovych. The analysis produces an overwhelming amount of proof that the shots fired demonstrators fall under the responsibility of the Western-backed opposition. The group led by Julia Timoschenko and the right-wing extremists were actually able to achieve their goal through violence. The government fell — and it looked like the anti-Russian course was firmly set. The EU-Ukraine Association Agreement became operational January 1, 2016 — a poisonous and latent consequence of those shots fired from an ambush at police and demonstrators.



The conclusion of the analysis from the University of Ottawa (Author: Ivan Katchanovski) is really worth studying in detail:
[An excerpt of the English version has been posted here in place of the German.]


“The massacre of several dozen Maidan protesters on February 20, 2014 represented a turning point in Ukrainian politics and a tipping point in the escalating conflict between the West and Russia over Ukraine. In particular, the mass killing of the protesters and mass shooting of the police that preceded it led to the violent overthrow of the semi-democratic government of Viktor Yanukovych, who was backed by the Russian government, by a Maidan alliance of oligarchic and far right parties, supported by the Western governments. This massacre also gave a start to a large-scale violent conflict that escalated into a civil war in Donbas and to and Russian military intervention in Crimea and Donbas. The conclusion promoted by the post-Yanukovych governments and the Ukrainian media that the massacre was carried out by government snipers on a Yanukovych order has been nearly universally shared, at least publicly, by the US and other Western governments, as well as the media in Ukraine and the West before any investigation conducted and all evidence considered.

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For instance, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, in
his speech to the US Congress on September 18, 2014, stated that the Yanukovych government’s

overthrow resulted from mass peaceful protests against police violence, in particular the killings of more than 100 protesters by snipers on February 20, 2014.

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The research question is which side was involved in the “snipers’ massacre.” Related

questions include which side broke the truce agreement and killed and wounded protesters and police, and whether this was this was a spontaneous or organized massacre. This paper is the first academic study of this crucial case of the mass killing that led to the escalation of the violent conflict in Ukraine, an overthrow of the government and ultimately a civil war in Donbas, Russian military intervention in Donbas and Crimea, and the annexation of Crimea.

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The next section of this paper reviews different narratives concerning the Maidan massacre by the governments and the media in Ukraine, the West, and Russia, results of the official investigation and a trial, and representations of this mass killing in previous academic studies. The second section presents a theoretical framework used in this study and evidence and research methods that it employs. The next two sections analyze, respectively, the mass shootings of the police and Maidan protesters. A brief analysis of other major cases of violence during and after the “Euromaidan” is followed by conclusion, summarizing main findings of this paper and their implications.”



One of the results of the investigation is that the All-Ukrainian Union "Fatherland" Party of oligarch and former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko clearly played a leading role in the coup d’etat. This group has been a sister party to the German Christian Democratic Union (CDU) since 2008. Both are allied with the European People's Party (EPP).

Meanwhile, it is also known that the Konrad Adenauer Foundation vigorously involved German taxpayers' money in the political upheaval in Ukraine. The Konrad Adenauer Foundation has claimed to be active in Ukraine since 1994 and has involved themselves in more than 500 projects. They also helped to build Klitschko’s party, the "Ukrainian Democratic Alliance for Reform" (UDAR), by means of "logistical support" and training. The pro-European party has made it a goal to integrate the Ukraine into the EU as soon as possible.

Ukraine is on the verge of bankruptcy due to mismanagement, corruption, and civil war in the East. The EU-funded government in Kiev is close to collapse. Tymoshenko’s party apparently wants to service the demands of the extreme right who are the ones that overthrew the government. A new civil war is imminent, but this time in the Western Ukraine.

Even Premier Yatsenyuk is under pressure. He’s accused of corruption. It’s therefore obvious that the government needs an outside enemy to help pull itself out of the firing line. Just like at Maidan, It’s apparently willing to exhaust all possibilities to provoke a fight. The right-wing extremists have started a blockade of Crimea and they’ve cut off the power — without any resisting intervention from the government.

Immediately following the coup, the German Chancellor Angela Merkel promised the German people an official investigation of the Maidan incident. To this day, there is not the slightest recognizable effort to shed light on the events.

Moscow has had its own reaction to the events by announcing at the beginning of the year that foreign-initiated color revolutions pose a threat to Russia's national security.
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Those cunts should be beaten by Cossacks with every provocation, and their god damned kike butt puppeteer Soros should get ISIS-inspired treatment .
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Putin Schools Top German Journalist Who Smeared Him (Video)

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This is taken from a recent Putin interview with the BILD newspaper, the biggest in Germany.

BILD, which has close ties to the CIA, and actually has written into its charter that it is required to support NATO, has been one of the most hysterically Russophobic German publications for decades now, and since the Ukraine war started, it has been off the charts.


This is the kind of journalism Blome produces


The fact that they gave Putin a relatively fair hearing indicates that they are responding to the massive criticism in German society against what has been blatant war-mongering.

BILD's Editor in Chief, Nicholas Blome, the guy on the right, is a real piece of work. He is one of the top 5 German professional NATO ass-kissers who run the top German media outlets.

Before this stint at BILD he ran Der Spiegel's (Germany's largest and hugely influential news weekly) Berlin Bureau, where he was responsible for the notorious Spiegel cover about the downing of MH17, which ran the headline: "Stop Putin Now!" with potraits of the crash victims.

That Putin will even sit down and talk politely to this moron demonstrates extraordinary self restraint, because what he really deserves is presidential knuckle sandwich


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The empty houses of bombed and mostly deserted Eastern Ukrainian villages are treated to an all out ransacking by goons from the Right sector and the Ukrainian Army’s 95th brigade, right down to the sockets.

From cars and kitchens, to plumbing and wiring. Plunder at its finest, postal expedition service included!

Russia’s 1st channel points out the situation is so widespread, even the Ukrainian media had to report on it.

Just one of those proxy ‘humanitarian’, creditor mandated, ‘Total Asset Stripping’ reform programs, courtesy of NATO and Angela Merkel, Kiev's biggest patron
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Ukraine's jew so called "president" has forgotten Ukrainian


Has Ukraine’s President Poroshenko Forgotten How to Speak Ukrainian?

Kiev is pushing a language on its citizens that even its president is not fully fluent in


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Ukraine’s President Poroshenko has been mocked for “forgetting Ukrainian” by Russian media after struggling to recall the word for “wallet” during a press conference.

While Ukrainian is the only official language in Ukraine, Russian is widely spoken in some regions, most notably the war-torn Donetsk and Luhansk, parts of which have been seized by pro-Russian separatists and Crimea in the south, which was annexed by Russia in 2014.

The fate of these regions was the focus of Poroshenko’s conference as he vowed to "ensure the renewal of Ukraine's sovereignty over the occupied territories of Luhansk and Donetsk" in 2016. He also claimed regaining Crimea from Russia was “a priority”.

The President’s bold words, however, did not distract from his gaffe when asked about oligarchs and the status of his own private investments. While answering a question in Ukrainian about his own entrepreneurial past and his charity work, Poeoshenko turned to his aide to ask what the Ukrainian word for the Russian “koshelyok” was—meaning “wallet”.




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Maidan's Tragic Aftermath: Ukraine Slides Into 'Staggering' Poverty

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Two years after the US-backed Maidan revolution, Ukraine is worse off than it was before – the country is sliding into poverty, Germany's daily newspaper Junge Welt reported, describing the life of ordinary Ukrainians as "staggering."

"Since the end of the Yanukovych era, the average income has decreased by 50 percent," the media outlet noted.

In addition, consumers in Ukraine have lost half of their purchasing power. Inflation reached 25 percent in 2014 and spiked to 44 percent last year, according to the data released by Ukraine's Central Bank in late December.

Last October, the World Bank updated its forecast for Ukraine, saying that the country's GDP was expected to contract by 12 percent in 2015, instead of a projected 7.5 percent decline.

The average pension in Ukraine is 80 euros that's a little less than 90 dollars... A MONTH, Junge Welt noted. Those pensioners, who continued to work, received 15 percent less last year. It is not surprising then that in these conditions "more and more" Ukrainians rely on food grown in dacha gardens, which belong to them or their relatives.
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As I said about Putin, you can't sit on two chairs and be all things to all people. The Maidan in Kiev presented a perfect opportunity to clean house, both in Moscow and Ukraine, establish Novorossiya, begin serious support for anti EU parties and openly take it to the kikes. Of course it was all squandered.


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Fifth columnists still highly placed in the Russian government represent threats to the country's security, argues The Saker


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Originally appeared at The Unz Review

Whatever happens in the future, Putin has already secured his place in history as one of the greatest Russian leaders ever. Not only did he succeed in literally resurrecting Russia as a country, but in a little over a decade he brought her back as a world power capable of successfully challenging the AngloZionist Empire. The Russian people have clearly recognized this feat and, according to numerous polls, they are giving him an amazing 90% support rate. And yet, there is one crucial problem which Putin has failed to tackle: the real reason behind the apparent inability of the Kremlin to meaningfully reform the Russian economy.

As I have described it in the past many times, when Putin came to power in 1999-2000 he inherited a system completely designed and controlled by the USA. During the Eltsin years, Russian ministers had much less power than western ‘advisers’ who turned Russia into a US colony. In fact, during the 1990s, Russia was at least as controlled by the USA as Europe and the Ukraine are today. And the results were truly catastrophic: Russia was plundered from her natural wealth, billions of dollars were stolen and hidden in western offshore accounts, the Russian industry was destroyed, a unprecedented wave of violence, corruption and poverty drowned the entire country in misery and the Russian Federation almost broke up into many small statelets. It was, by any measure, an absolute nightmare, a horror comparable to a major war. Russia was about to explode and something had to be done.

Two remaining centers of power, the oligarchs and the ex-KGB, were forced to seek a solution to this crisis and they came up with the idea of sharing power: the former would be represented by Anatolii Medvedev and the latter by Vladimir Putin. Both sides believed that they would keep the other side in check and that this combination of big money and big muscle would yield a sufficient degree of stability.

I call the group behind Medvedev the “Atlantic Integrationists” and the people behind Putin the “Eurasian Sovereignists”. The former wants Russia to be accepted by the West as an equal partner and fully integrate Russia into the AngloZionist Empire, while the latter want to fully “sovereignize” Russia and then create a multi-polar international system with the help of China and the other BRICS countries.

What the Atlantic Integrationists did not expect is that Putin would slowly but surely begin to squeeze them out of power: first he cracked down on the most notorious oligarchs such as Berezovskii and Khodorkovskii, then he began cracking down on the local oligarchs, gubernatorial mafias, ethnic mobsters, corrupt industry officials, etc. Putin restored the “vertical [axis]of power” and crushed the Wahabi insurgents in Chechnia. Putin even carefully set up the circumstances needed to get rid of some of the worst ministers such as Serdiukov and Kudrin. But what Putin has so far failed to do is to
•Reform the Russian political system
•Replace the 5th columnists in and around the Kremlin
•Reform the Russian economy

The current Russian Constitution and system of government is a pure product of the US ‘advisors’ which, after the bloody crackdown against the opposition in 1993, allowed Boris Eltsin to run the country until 1999. It is paradoxical that the West now speaks of Putin’s despotic presidency when all he did is inherit a western-designed political system. The problem for Putin today is that it makes no sense to replace some of the worst people in power as long as the system remains unchanged. But the main obstacle to a reform of the political system is the resistance of the pro-Western 5thcolumnists in and around the Kremlin. They also the ones who are still forcing a set of “Washington consensus” kind of policies upon Russia even though it is obvious that the consequences for Russia are extremely bad, even disastrous. There is no doubt that Putin understands that, but he has been unable, at least so far, to break out of this dynamic.

So who are these 5th columnists?

I have selected nine of the names most often mentioned by Russian analysts. These are (in no particular order):

Former First Deputy Prime Minister Anatolii Chubais, First Deputy Governor of the Russian Central Bank Ksenia Iudaeva, Deputy Prime Minister Arkadii Dvorkovich, First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov, Governor of the Russian Central Bank Elvira Nabiullina, former Minister of Finance Alexei Kudrin, Minister of Economic Development, Alexei Uliukaev, Minister of Finance Anton Siluanov and Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev.


The Russian 5th column: Chubais, Iudaeva, Dvorkovich, Shuvalov, Nabiullina, Kudrin, Uliukaev, Siluanov, Medvedev


This is, of course, only a partial list – the real list is longer and runs deeper in the Russian power structure. The people on this list range from dangerous ideologues like Kudrin or Chubais, to mediocre and unimaginative people, like Siluanov or Nabiullina. And none of them would, by him or herself, represent much of a threat to Putin. But as a group and in the current political system they are a formidable foe which has kept Putin in check. I do believe, however, that a purge is being prepared.

One of the possible signs of a purge to come is the fact that the Russian media, both the blogosphere and the big corporate media, is now very critical of the economic policies of the government of Prime Minister Medvedev. Most Russian economists agree that the real reason for the current economic crisis in Russia is not the falling price of oil or, even less so, the western sanctions, but the misguided decisions of the Russian Central Bank (such as floating the Ruble or keeping the interest rates high) and the lack of governmental action to support a real reform and development of the Russian economy. What is especially interesting is that vocal opponents of the current 5th column now get plenty of air time in the Russian media, including state ownedVGTRK. Leading opponents of the current economic policies, such as Sergei Glazev, Mikhail Deliagin or Mikhail Khazin are now interviewed at length and given all the time needed to absolutely blast the economic policies of the Medvedev government. And yet, Putin is still taking no visible action. In fact, in his latest yearly address he as even praised the work of the Russian Central Bank. So what is going on here?

First, and to those exposed to the western propaganda, this might be difficult to imagine, but Putin is constrained simply by the rule of law. He cannot just send some special forces and have all these folks arrested on some kind of charge of corruption, malfeasance or sabotage. Many in Russia very much regret that, but this is fact of life.

In theory, Putin could simply fire the entire (or part) of the government and appoint a different Governor to the Central Bank. But the problem with that is that it would trigger an extremely violent reaction from the West. Mikhail Deliagin recently declared that if Putin did this, the West’s reaction would be even more violent than after the Crimean reunification with Russia. Is he right? Maybe. But I personally believe that Putin is not only concerned about the reaction of the West, but also from the Russian elites, particularly those well off, who generally already intensely dislike Putin and who would see such a purge as an attack on their personal and vital interests. The combination of US subversion and local big money definitely has the ability to create some kind of crisis in Russia. This is, I think, by far the biggest threat Putin his facing. But here also we can observe a paradoxical dynamic:

One one hand, Russia and the West have been in an open confrontation ever since Russian prevented the USA from attacking Syria. The Ukrainian crisis only made things worse. Add to this the dropped prices on oil and the western sanctions and you could say that Putin now, more then ever, needs to avoid anything which could make the crisis even worse.

But on the other hand, this argument can be flipped around by saying that considering how bad the tensions already are and considering that the West has already done all it can to harm Russia, is this not the perfect time to finally clean house and get right of the 5th column? Really – how much worse can things really get?

Only Putin knows the answer to this simply because only he has all the facts. All we can do is observe that the popular discontent with the “economic block” of the government and with the Central Bank is most definitely growing and growing fast, and that the Kremlin is doing nothing to inhibit or suppress such feelings. We can also notice that while most Russians are angry, disgusted and frustrated with the economic policies of the Medvedev government, Putin’s personal popularity is still sky high in spite of the fact that the Russian economy most definitely took a hit, even if it was much smaller than what the AngloZionist Empire had hoped for.

My strictly personal explanation for what is happening is this: Putin is deliberately letting things get worse because he knows that the popular anger will not be directed at him, but only at his enemies. Think of it, is that not exactly what the Russian security services did in the 1990s? Did they not allow the crisis in Russia to reach its paroxysm before pushing Putin into power and then ruthlessly cracking down on the oligarchs? Did Putin not wait until the Wahabis in Chechnia actually attacked Dagestan before unleashing the Russian military? Did the Russians not let Saakashvili attack South Ossetia before basically destroying his entire military? Did Putin now wait until a full-scale Ukronazi attack on the Donbass before opening up the “voentorg” (military supplies) and the “northern wind” (dispatch of volunteers) spigots? Putin’s critiques would say that no, not at all, Putin got surprised, he was sleeping on the job, and he had to react, but his reaction was too little too late and that when he had to take action it was only to fix a situation which had turned into a disaster. My answer to these critiques is simple: so what happened at the end? Did Putin not get exactly what he wanted each time?

I believe that Putin is acutely aware that his real power base is not primarily the Russian military or the security services, but the Russian people. This, in turn, means that for him to take any action, especially any dangerous action, he must secure an almost unconditional level of support from the Russian people. That, in turn, means that he can only take such risky action if and when the crisis is evident for all to see and that the Russian people are willing to have him take a risk and, if needed, pay the consequences. This is exactly what we saw in the case of the reunification of Crimea or the current Russian military intervention in Syria: the Russian people are concerned, they are suffering the consequences of the decision of Putin to take action, but they accept it because they believe that there is no other option.

So there you have it. Either Putin is sleeping on the job, is caught off-guard by each crisis and reacts too late, or Putin deliberately lets a situation worsen until a full-scale crisis is evident at which point he acts with the full knowledge that the Russian people fully support him and while blame him neither for the crisis, nor for the price of decidedly dealing with you.

Pick the version which seems more plausible to you.

What is certain is that so far Putin has failed to deal with the 5th column near and inside the Kremlin and that the situation is rapidly worsening. The recent move by Kudrin to try to get back into the government was a rather transparent use of the pro-5th column media in Russia (and abroad) and it predictably failed. But this shows an increasing self-confidence, or even arrogance, of the Atlantic Integrationists. Something in bound to happen, probably in the near future.

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Generous Swiss Taxpayers to Hand Ukraine $350 Million

Including $200 million in cash


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Originally appeared at Interfax - Russian news agency

Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko had a meeting with President of Switzerland Johann Schneider-Ammann, during which they agreed on the provision of $200 million in additional assistance to replenish Ukraine's foreign exchange reserves.

The president of Ukraine thanked the Swiss government and people for the humanitarian and financial assistance in the amount of approximately $350 million, the Ukrainian president's press service reported on its website on Friday.

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Pro homosexual-pedophile/migrant rapist Trotskyist BBC and US government jews once again accuse Putin of typical worn out charge of 'corruption'

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"Adam Szubin who oversees US Treasury sanctions has told BBC Panorama that the Russian president is corrupt and that the US government has known this for "many many years".

He said:"We've seen him enriching his friends,his close allies,and marginalising those who he doesn't view as friends using state assets.Whether that's Russia's energy wealth,whether it's other state contracts,he directs those to whom he believes will serve him and excludes those who don't.To me that is a picture of corruption."

US government officials have been reluctant to be interviewed about President Putin's wealth but Mr Szubin agreed to take part in a BBC Panorama programme investigating the issue.Mr Szubin would not comment on a secret CIA report from 2007 that put Mr Putin's wealth at around $40bn.But he said the Russian president had been amassing secret wealth.

"He supposedly draws a state salary of something like $ 110 000 a year.That is not an accurate statement of the man's wealth and he has long time training and practices in terms of how to mask his actual wealth."

Panorama has spoken to former Russian insiders who say they have first-hand knowledge of Vladimir Putin's secret riches.

Dmitry Skarga who used to run the state shipping company Sovcomflot says he oversaw the transfer of a $ 35M yacht to Mr Putin.Mr Skarga says the 57m long Olympia was a gift from Britain's most famous Russian[jew]-the Chelsea football club owner Roman Abramovich.

"It's a fact that Mr Abramovich through his employee transferred a yacht to Mr Putin." he said. "I was on board of this yacht at the end of March 2002 in Amsterdam.And there was a representative of Mr Abramovich.He said that Roman is the owner of this yacht."

Mr Skarga says the Olympia was then given to the Russian president via an offshore company.He then oversaw the management of the yacht for Vladimir Putin and prepared reports on the boat's running costs.

He said:"This yacht was maintained and paid for running costs from the state budget."

Mr Skarga says the yacht was kept secret because it belonged personally to Vladimir Putin rather than the state."

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2 People Killed by Kiev Shells in Rebel East Ukraine



One rebel soldier and one civilian. A forgotten conflict but people still dying intermittently

(TASS - Russian news agency)



MOSCOW, January 25. /TASS/. Two people were killed and four more injured over the last week in the shellings by Ukrainian forces of the territory of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR), DPR defense ministry spokesman told a briefing on Monday.

"As a result of shellings, one DPR serviceman died, two were injured. One civilian was killed and two more were injured," Donetsk News Agency quoted Basurin as saying.

Basurin added that two civilians were injured when Ukrainian forces shelled the settlement of Zaytsevo to the north of Gorlovka. "OSCE [Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe] representatives were addressed with a request to come to the scene to collect information, question eyewitnesses. They refused to do this saying they have other plans," the DPR defense ministry spokesman noted.

Ten residential houses were destroyed by shellings in DPR over the last week, Basurin added.

The spokesman said earlier that Ukrainian Armed Forces opened fire at DPR territory over 160 times over the last week, including from weaponry prohibited by the Minsk Agreements.

At the meeting of the Contact Group in Minsk on 13 January 2016 the two sides agreed to exchange more than 50 prisoners. OSCE Special Representative for Ukraine Martin Sajdik expressed hope that prisoner exchange will be held before January 20 when the Contact Group is set to hold another meeting.

Minsk agreements on Ukraine

The Minsk accords were signed on 12 February 2015, after negotiations in the so-called "Normandy format" in the Belarusian capital Minsk, bringing together Russian President Vladimir Putin, French President Francois Hollande, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko.

The Minsk accords envisage ceasefire, weaponry withdrawal, prisoner exchange, local election in Donbass, constitutional reform in Ukraine and establishing working sub-groups on security, political, economy and humanitarian components of the Minsk accords.

The Ukrainian forces and the self-defense forces of the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk republics have repeatedly accused each other of violating ceasefire and other points of the Minsk agreements


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Maybe discretion IS the better part of valor:

 
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Maybe discretion IS the better part of valor:

About Saruman & Sauron
Can't tell the difference between Obama and Putin. yeah ok. For starters one doesn't force faggotry and fake 'human rights' on foreign countries, nor does he invade them.

Contrary to what paid for US goevernment operatives are posting on various WN sites Putin is not the big issue of our time.

Judeo-America is waging war against the genetic character of Europe. Putin is not.

Where is his evidence that Putin is half jewish? Is it from the same scum who on Stormfront openly lie that devout Christian orthodox Russian nationalist Igor Strelkov (a man hated by the kikes and America/EU) is a jew , all while covering and censoring the jewish American character of the Maidan.
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Why this concerted push to shift focus from what Americajewry is doing in the world today onto in my opinion still quite globally insignificant Putin/Russia?
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