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Old June 14th, 2016 #4641
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Kyiv LGBT pride march passes peacefully (PHOTOS)

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Kyiv held its first ever peaceful LGBT Pride march on June 12, with thousands of police protecting the few hundred marchers from threats of violence by roving groups of right-wing thugs.
Keep in mind that the Maidan was also a pro fag movement. Under Yanukovich fags were in the closet. This is just another reason people like Greg Johnson were so supportive of his violent overthrow, an overthrow which Moscow could have prevented but for some idiotic reason/s chose not to.


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Ukrainian terrorist war-criminals from Battalion "Aydar" infamous for murdering civilians in Donbas, participated actively in the media company to support a gay parade.

In particular Julia Tolopa calls for support of the sodomite march in the center of the Ukrainian capital.

The caption of the poster used in the social media reads:"At war, we risked our their lives, we protected all, without exception, regardless of sexual orientation."

It should be noted that this event is actively promoted by the US Embassy in Ukraine


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Chairman Royce Opening Statement at Hearing on U.S. Policy Toward Putin’s Russia

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I think this Russophobia is worse now than at the height of the Cold War. Even after Ronald Reagan's "Evil Empire" speech after the Korean Airlines 007 shoot-down in 1983, I don't recall the Russia-bashing by the US government being as bad as it is now. Chalk it up to even bigger jewish control in Washington today.
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EU Prolongs Sanctions Against Crimea


For the crime of being 'occupied' by Russia

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The European Union has agreed to extend its investment ban and other economic sanctions on Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula, which was forcibly annexed by Russia in 2014.

The EU sanctions package against Crimea includes a ban on the import of goods originating in Crimea unless they have Ukrainian certificates; a ban on exports to the peninsula related to transport, telecommunications, and the energy sectors -- including the exploration of oil, gas, and mineral resources.

EU companies are also prohibited from investing in Crimea or to finance Crimean companies.

Furthermore, cruise ships that are owned or controlled by a European company or flying the flag of an EU member state may not dock at Crimean ports, including Sevastopol, a naval port city that Russia considers a separate administrative district.

The ban was first imposed when Russia illegally annexed the Ukrainian peninsula two years ago and it has been prolonged every year by the 28 EU member states.

EU ambassadors are expected to discuss a broader list of economic sanctions it has on Russia on June 21, with a view to extending them by six months ahead of the EU summit on June 28-29.

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MAY 29, 2016
OBAMA WAS SPONSORED BY RUSSIAN OPPOSITION
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You’re dead wrong if you think that events in Ukraine and Syria aggravated relations between Russia and The United States of America. The new cold war has started back in 2006, when Barack Obama was a U.S. Senator from Illinois. He was directly involved in creating and developing anti-Russian policy.

Usually people think that conflicts between countries are illusionary. Who can profit from a war?

Unfortunately, it’s not true.

We decided to enclose all necessary proofs, which can be easily obtained on official governmental websites, in this article. You can make your own research, if you think that we’re providing deceptive information.

So let’s start. According to the official website for U.S. federal legislative information (www.congress.gov), S.Res.322, a resolution condemning politically-motivated arrest, detention, and sentencing of Mikhail B. Khodorkovsky and Platon Lebedev, was cosponsored by Barack Obama and John McCain. As you probably know, Khodorkovsky is a notorious criminal, who did time for fraud, embezzlement, tax evasion and other crimes. He spent 9 years in prison and was lucky to be released prematurely, because Russian President Vladimir Putin decided to give him freedom before the 2014 Olympic Games.

Take a look at the summary of the resolution and its cosponsors.



Okay, let’s move on. According to open data, two off-shore companies owned by Khodorkovsky “donated” an impressive amount of money to APCO Worldwide that was lobbying for S.Res.322 in the U.S. All documents proving this statement are available on the website of the U.S. Senate.

“Promotion of bi-lateral relations between the United States and Russia and support of human rights and political prisoners in Russia” was the lobbying issue. Surprisingly, there was no foreign entity involvement, and each document lists the same lobbying issue in the same exact sentence, and with the same people involved.

For a better understanding, take a look at the scheme below:



As we said before, Obama and McCain were directly involved in aggravating relations between the United States and Russia. Facts don’t lie. Sponsors and cosponsors (Obama and McCain)of this bill were highly paid for their machinations. Moreover, they received money from one of the most famous Russian political criminals. No wonder why relations between the two countries keep cooling off ever since Obama has been elected.

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Kike Browder outed as a liar regarding the Magnitsky case:

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Donetsk Blog, June 27: Children Killed - DPR Demands Sanctions for Ceasefire Violations - Assassination Attempt on 'Motorola'

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Ukraine’s civil war is still very much ongoing. Both sides are exchanging fire. Civilians and soldiers continue to die on both sides.

DONi was recently founded by a Finnish journalist and Russian businessman whom we know, and we have every reason to believe that their reporting can be relied on as truthful. More information about the agency follows below this report.

Due to its slow, simmering nature, events in Novorossiya rarely make headlines, so people forget there is a real war going on
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Donetsk, Friday, June 27, 16.30 pm. Exclusive to Russia Insider

(Attn readers: this is frequent feature - if you would like to have clarification of facts mentioned here, additional information, more explanation of why certain events are happening, please ask us in the comments section, or email the author at: [email protected] This will help us provide you with information you want to have.)


The exploding bomb that was the British referendum and its consequences served to push the war in Donbass far into the background in the eyes of the world. Naturally, Kiev took advantage of it, having increased, by the end of the week, the intensity of the shelling of the Republic’s territory.

According to the DPR Defense Ministry, the Ukrainian side carried out attacks along the entire front line. They were most intense in the north and south of the Republic, where the Ukrainian army is trying to besiege the cities of Gorlovka Dokuchaevsk, as well as in the center, in the Donetsk area. During the attack, Kiev mainly used mortars, grenade launchers, infantry fighting vehicles, and small arms, directing mostly unsighted fire on both residential areas as well as the positions of the DPR army.

On Friday night, the Ukrainian military subjected to an intense bombardment a south-western district of the DPR capital, which for some time had been considered a rather safe part of the city. Local residents told DONi reporters that because of this fact, the attack had caught them unawares, and they had barely time to hide in the basement, having counted four shells landing.


As a result of this bombardment, according to local authorities, at least five multi-storey buildings, a children's clinic and a gas pipeline were severely damaged. Power lines were also damaged, leaving 220 substations out of order and a total blackout in three districts of Donetsk and a partial one in another two, including the centre of the city. Three mines initially lost power but were quickly connected to the emergency power supply system, allowing for miners to be brought back up safely.

In the north of the Republic in the Gorlovka area, and in the south near Kominternovo, following two days of incessant attacks by the Ukrainian army, the local authorities reported of two wounded local residents and about 17 damaged houses, one of which was destroyed by a direct hit from an 82mm shell.

In addition, in Kominternovo, as a result of the damage to power lines, two children aged six and seven years old were killed when they accidentally stepped on live power lines while playing football.

The bombardments on the Ukrainian side stopped only after the DPR army opened return fire. The DPR military attacked those positions of Kiev responsible for shelling civilians, and according to DPR intelligence sources on the ground, these attacks achieved their objective. Recently, the reports of the press service of the Ukrainian operational headquarters (ATO) have not included information on losses suffered by Kiev. But Ukrainian volunteers are writing in social networks of their wounded being received at medical facilities in Ukraine. There are also reports of the loss in several units of weapons and equipment.

The ATO press service also reported that on Friday, following the massive attack on Donetsk by the Ukrainian military, Ukraine’s President Poroshenko, who came to the front for a sudden inspection, came under DPR return fire.

On the same day, the General Directorate of Intelligence of Ukraine published photographs showing the location of DPR weapons and equipment allegedly taken from a satellite. The military authorities of the Republic stated that in addition to the fact that Ukraine has no space reconnaissance, all the photographs were in colour, as opposed to the monochrome images taken by spacecraft, leaving the source of the submitted photographs most likely being a drone.

A few days ago, in order to justify the deportation of the Russian representative to the JCCC, the SBU (Ukraine’s security service) accused him of passing to the DNR the flight schedules and routes of the OSCE drones, allegedly enabling the military authorities of the Republic to both move their equipment and change the location of their fixed fortifications, including trenches.

At the same time, Kiev continues to deliver to the front line equipment, arms and ammunition, the lack of which led to a slight decrease in the intensity of attacks on DPR territory at the beginning of the past week.

Yesterday, residents of Kiev-controlled territories reported a train of 60 carriages and freight cars heading towards Donetsk. Locals noticed tanks and artillery on the freight cars.

Two days ago, the DPR intelligence found, 15 kilometres from the front line, a Ukrainian army range with a large amount of 122mm and 152mm artillery systems (see below pictures of weapons mentioned).

Kiev also continues to deliver mercenaries to the front line. In the north of the DPR, 1.5 kms away from the front line in the Gorlovka area, residents of Kiev-controlled localities reported the arrival of up to 150 Arab-looking mercenaries. To the south-west of Donetsk, DPR intelligence revealed snipers mercenaries armed with long-range rifles.

Some time ago, it was proposed on Ukrainian television to start terrorist attacks against the leaders and commanders of the People's Republic. Two days ago in Donetsk, an explosion occurred near the Republican trauma centre when one of the most famous commanders of the DPR, nick-named “Motorola", came there to receive a medical dressing.

The law enforcement structures of the Republic discovered that the explosive device had been radio-controlled. Fortunately, the explosion took place when there was no one in the courtyard of the center, thereby causing nothing worse than significant damage to the morgue building and seven cars belonging to the medical staff.

During all his meetings with Western leaders, Ukraine’s President Poroshenko says that the main condition for resolving the conflict in Ukraine is a cease-fire in Donbass. At home, the Head of the State adheres to a somewhat different rhetoric. On the eve of his trip to the front line near Donetsk, Poroshenko arrived at Kharkov Air Force University, where he ordered the local military to prepare to inflict an “adequate blow to the enemy”.

Two days ago, the speaker of the Ukrainian Parliament, the Verkhovnaya Rada, said that the bill on elections in Donbass might be submitted, and it would most likely be passed.


Donbass is tired of ceasefires during which civilians are still killed and their homes still destroyed. The Head of the DPR delegation in Minsk announced that during the next negotiations of the Contact Group, the Donetsk People's Republic would insist on the development of the mechanism of sanctions for ceasefire violations.

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Austria Wants the Gradual Easing of Russia Sanctions


Brexit continues to have far-reaching consequences, among which is the potential for normalised relations with Russia. Austria is seeking a leading role in this push

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The alpine republic’s government met in full in Vienna on Monday (27 June) to discuss the ramifications of the Brexit vote. Austria’s new chancellor, Christian Kern, and his Minister for Foreign Affairs, Sebastian Kurz, emphasised that the EU must now act quickly to reassert itself. To this end, the focus has to be on security, migration, growth, employment, investment and the environment.

Special attention also has to be paid to Russia. Members from three of the country’s parties, the SPÖ, ÖVP and the Greens voted in favour of submitting an application to change the nature of the sanctions in place against Russia and in favour of a graduated model.

The Vice-President of Austria’s National Council, Karlheinz Kopf, said that the sanctions have, so far, not achieved their target. The negative economic impact for both sides was also highlighted.

The proposed graduated model would link the sanctions to implementation of the Minsk agreement, so the sanctions would be eased off as progress is made.

Minister Kurz voiced his regret that the sanctions were extended last by the EU without discussion. In his view, it is time to strengthen ties with Russia once more.

The extreme-right Freedom Party did not participate in the application, as they believe that the amendment does not go far enough.

Whether the former Chancellor, Werner Faymann, will play any role in this process of rapprochement remains to be seen. Faymann, who was replaced by Kern in May, has signed up to Brussels’ lobbyist register.
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Putin Has Now Weaponized His Own Popularity

Newsweek runs a childish rant piece claiming Putin does not routinely poll 80-90% approval...it's all an elaborate Kremlin conspiracy to maintain Putin's power

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“The mind, placed before any kind of difficulty, can find an ideal outlet in the absurd. Accommodation to the absurd readmits adults to the mysterious realm inhabited by children.” – André Breton

How appropriate, to say nothing of au courant, to kick off this post with a quote from André Breton; a French poet, writer, and author of “The Surrealist Manifesto”, he is best remembered as the founder of Surrealism. And oh, Mama; surreal is what we have for you today. Yes, having weaponized everything from refugees to referendums, Putin has finally rolled out his magnum opus: he has weaponized his own popularity. Except it is somehow a secret. What a good thing that we have Newsweek to brief us on how that works, because at the outset I confess I am puzzled as to how secret popularity could function as a weapon.

I hate to give away right at the beginning how numbingly idiotic the piece is, but I am afraid most of you would guess as soon as you learned that the primary source upon which Newsweek relied for its breathtaking Kremlin insights was that old ‘Kremlin insider’ himself – Gleb Pavlovsky.

Epiphany Number One: the overriding reason the west has Russia so wrong is that it keeps tapping the same sources for instruction and inspiration – Fiona Hill, Clifford Gaddy, Gleb Pavlovsky, Yulia Latynina, Stanislav Belkovsky, Edward Lucas, Julia Ioffe, Miriam Elder, Garry Kasparov, the late and mostly unlamented Boris Nemtsov…a phalanx of sycophancy that always tells it what it wants to hear. Thou, O Queen, art fairest still. Gleb Pavlovsky affects to know everything that goes on in Russia as if it were all unfolding to his own plan, and nobody ever seems to notice when he is catastrophically wrong or that he has been predicting Putin’s collapse for a decade. Here he is, running his mouth inThe Guardian, four years ago:

“[Putin] thinks man is a sinful being and it is pointless to try to improve him. He believes the Bolsheviks who tried to create fair people were simply idiots, and we wasted a lot money and energy on it … So Putin’s model is that you need to be bigger and better capitalists than the western capitalists. And more consolidated as a state: there must be a full, maximum unity of state and business.”

For Pavlovsky, United Russia’s collapse in the polls in December was obvious.

“It was nothing more than a telephone system for conveying the Kremlin’s orders. It transmitted a signal. It has absolutely not independence and can not act on its own. It needs full instructions – 1,2,3,4,5. If 3 and 4 are missing, it stops and waits for instructions.”

The masses, in Putin’s mind, cannot be trusted to rule. Pavlovsky said:

“What is the Putin consensus? It is a construction of a pact between the ruling elite and the main groups of society in which society is guaranteed a degree of social distribution and an elite which feels free to move across borders. This state has no ideology. It will be a state without ideas oriented on common sense, the average man, the citizen. Nonetheless the masses must not be given access to power.”

The Putin consensus began when Putin decided he was the sole bearer of that guarantee and he controlled the whole situation. But it ended at precisely point he decided to return to power as president: “That was his mistake. His decision to return was a certain delusion of grandeur, ” Pavlovsky said.

Just pause for a moment with me, and ponder the irony of a Newsweek article on Putin’s weaponization of his massive popularity, in which it relied heavily on a source who only four years ago announced that Putin’s return to the presidency was based on delusions of grandeur. That was quite the fucking mass delusion, wasn’t it, considering the complaint now is that he’s too popular, it simply can’t be real?

You know, it’s bad enough to start out being not particularly good at solving global puzzles. But how much worse you make it for yourself by ruling out all sources of information whose product is unpleasant to hear, because it conflicts with your vision of yourself as all-seeing, all-knowing, a benevolent giant who is forever a force for good. What you are left with is rows of bobble-headed yes-men who just tell you whatever will keep the NED cheques coming. The west did pretty much exactly that with Mikhail Dmitriev, when he authored the famous ‘Dmitriev Report’. Published in 2011 – and actually titled “Political Crisis in Russia and the Possible Mechanisms of its Development” – it told the west that Russians’ trust in the government was falling sharply and that the trend appeared irreversible. This generated nearly as much excitement in the west as reading that the face of Ronald Reagan had appeared in the burn patterns on a tortilla. But when Dmitriev later co-authored “A Farewell to Poverty” with Svetlana Misikhina, in which the two reported that the Putin government had eradicated poverty in Russia for the purposes of statistical significance, he got the ‘Mikhail who??’ treatment.

Well, no use preaching to The Church Of I Know Everything. Let’s have a look, and see what Newsweek‘s complaint is.

Well, basically it seems to be that Putin’s popularity is all a sham. He’s not really popular, and he knows it. So whenever his pseudo-popularity looks to be fading, he holds the Olympics or starts a war with somebody. Then his ratings ease back up into comfortable territory. Remember, this is someone who works for a polling agency who is telling this to Newsweek.

You know what? Putin should tell Obama how that works. Because Obama is forever starting a war with somebody, tidying up the remnants of a war he inherited from the previous administration, threatening to start a war with somebody or just showing up with his planes and Special Forces somewhere that a war is going on to which the United States was not invited, and announcing that they are playing, too, because the USA called dibs. And his ratings are still in the tank. So obviously it is not as easy as just throwing a big spectacle or a tantrum for the folks whenever they start to mutter, there must be a trick to it.

Putin’s ‘reiting’ – which is merely a Russian rendering of an English word, although Newsweek manages to invest it with the mystery of code – ‘rules supreme over all of the nation’s political and economic decisions.’ So when Putin’s rating dips, he does not dare to make decisions which might bring the people into the streets with torches and pitchforks (I know, we’ve heard that a million times, but it’s still funny for me), and instead picks a fight with someone or holds an impromptu Olympics which was actually awarded to Russia years ago. Anyone buying this?

Putin’s rating – excuse me, ‘reiting’ – touched 61% in November 2013. Quick as a flash, Putin annexed Crimea, and his cratering reiting rebounded. What a planner, if you’ll excuse me a moment of frank admiration; Putin had to arrange for the Maidan protests to spin out of control into violence, forecast the rise of the opposition in Kiev – considering Tiahnybok and Klitschko were next to invisible before that- position snipers on the rooftops and flood Kiev with western politicians, all to provide the flashpoint which terrified Crimeans into abandoning the sinking ship! I submit he deserved good reitings after such a masterpiece of manipulation.

The Kremlin has spawned a vast new monitoring body with the aim of spotting and crushing dissent. Let’s call it “Tentacle”, or maybe “The Burning Eye”. Well, we might, except it already has a name – according to The Moscow Times, it’s Putin’s ‘secretive’ Federal Guard Service (FSO). Its job is to conduct non-stop polling to determine levels of discontent, and dole out subsidies to areas the polls show are discontented. Sinister.

Let’s look at it as if it were in, sayyyy….England: “Her Majesty’s Government announced today the creation of a new domestic polling service, under the supervision of the Foreign Office. The purpose of this new office will be to constantly sample the public mood, establishing areas in which ineffective economic policies or uneven distribution of government subsidies have resulted in pockets of discontent, so that aid can quickly be channeled to address the problem”.

Gee – that sounds completely different, doesn’t it? It’s all in how you spin it. Newsweek – and The Moscow Times – want you to see it as just more oppression and totalitarianism. This is a technique from journalism known as “Having Your Cake and Eating It” . If the government is too much of a busybody, it’s authoritarian and oppressive. If it isn’t, it’s out of touch with the people. There is no middle ground.

I propose we do an exchange, to promote understanding. Putin will show Obama how to start wars and gain good reitings. Obama will explain to Putin that if you want to gauge the public mood, there’s no need to stand up big agencies to do polling. Just have your intelligence service record their phone calls or watch them through their laptop webcam, and you will know exactly what they’re thinking, with the plus that they are more natural because they don’t know they’re being monitored. That’ll bring down that old ‘terror of the state’ barrier, at the same time resolving the innate dilemma of a ‘secretive’ service which conducts public polling.

Epiphany Number Two: you will never overthrow or successfully promote regime change in a country which is proud of its institutions and traditions by writing lies about it. You cannot make Russians feel ashamed of themselves by inventing horrible things they have done and then saying they ought to be ashamed of themselves, see, because they know you are lying. Battalions of Russian soldiers have invaded Ukraine. Russia was hiding Saddam. Russia shot down MH-17. Russia manipulated Brexit. If you oppose Putin, you will disappear. You can’t be gay in Russia. Navalny is popular in Russia, so the government had to crush him. Putin owns large blocks of shares in Russian energy companies and a string of palaces. Russian athletes can’t win a medal unless they are doped up. All these are ‘truths’ the western media has fed to its readers and demanded they internalize, or be branded a ‘Putin apologist’.

Vladimir Putin’s reiting is a reflection of Russians’ confidence in his leadership, and faith that he will continue to lead the country in the right direction, spotting pitfalls before the country can tumble in and dodging western sandbags dropped in its path, all without whining for mercy or prostrating himself in obeisance. Barack Obama’s reiting, and the evident pre-distaste for Hillary Clinton, are a measure of the American peoples’ fear that American leadership is increasingly dysfunctional, directionless and self-absorbed.

Where is America’s Vladimir Putin, the leader who will restore American pride and confidence, national direction and unity, and remake America’s poisoned relationships with the world’s nations? You can only rewrite reality for so long before the power of illusion fades.

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Your Kwanadian Hollywood Nazi friend attacks Novorossiya forces for not being pro white while he claims that Azov is fighting for whites.

Gaston Besson, a Croatian volunteer (HOS Unit) who fought against the Serbs in the war of former Yugoslavia, in the ranks of the Croatian army.He is also captain and one of the chief instructors of the Battalion Azov in Ukraine where he fights against the Putinists and anti whites of Novorossiya. He is a true hero and defender of White Europe.



He lives now in Pula (Croatia), where he is married to a Croatian woman. Before that, he was married to a Chinese woman and to a Thai woman and they have children, the future defenders of White Europe







Not to mention all the non whites in Azov, which your friend ignores.
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Orazio Russia doesn't have the ability to destroy Europe even if it wanted to. The US on the other hand, well do I even need to comment? Just the cultural aspect of the destruction, which is basically 99% of the fight, has the US miles ahead of Russia.

The healthiest parts of Europe, which reject Amerikwa's rapeugee/LGBT/diversity assault today are those which were under Moscow's control not Washington's. There is a reason why NS is stronger in east Germany than in the western part and it has something to do with the honour morality and toughness of the people there.

Your fearmongering about Putin is straight out of the Washington Jew York London Neocon lie factory, and only those who are not politically sophisticated can fall for it. Hollywood Nazis like your Kwanadian buddy promote the Neocon agenda, whether they realize it or not, and they do this at a time when things are beginning to look promising with the first cracks in the jew EU emerging. You should be ashamed of yourselves for promoting the interests of our enemies during this crucial time for Europe. With people like you and your Hollywood Nazi friend Europe will never free itself of Judeo-American occupation.
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Russia to place Black Lives Matter On Official ‘Terror List’

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Russia are planning to place Black Lives Matter (BLM) on their ‘terror list’, officially recognising the group as a “racist terrorist organisation”.

The Federation Council is setting in motions plans to place BLM on the Federal Security Service’s (FSB) “Unified List of Organizations, Including Foreign and International Organizations That Have Been Recognized As Terrorist [Groups] By Russian Law”.

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According to this report, SLEDCOM derives its authority to conduct this terrorist investigation of Black Lives Matter based on its authorization under Federal Law of 28.12.2010 No 403-FZ to conduct preliminary inquiries relating to “the protection of rights and freedoms of man and citizen” regardless of international borders.

The initiating document issued by Chairperson Matviyenko advocating that Black Lives Matter, its founders, and its funders Kikes like George Soros, be listed as a terrorist organization, this report continues, relates to this “racial-hatred” groups advocating the killing of American law enforcement officers in order to “incite/inflame” “racial passions” in the United States—and whose “tactics/rhetoric”, if transferred to Europe, would pose a grave threat not only to the Federation, but, indeed, all of the continent.
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Russia poses no threat to NATO members - Hungarian FM
Published time: 2 Aug, 2016 16:13
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Claims that Russia is preparing to invade one of its NATO-member neighbors run counter to reality, Hungary's foreign minister believes, despite what other states in the bloc think of the issue.

“I don't think it is a realistic assumption today that Russia would attack any NATO member state,” Reuters quoted Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto as saying in an interview with national news portal Index.hu.

“This is not how we feel about Russia. I don't think Russia would pose an existential threat to us,” Szijjarto said, adding that he respects that every alliance member’s individual perception of Russia could vary.
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Russian FSB foils terrorist attacks plotted by Ukrainian intel agents in Crimea
Published time: 10 Aug, 2016 12:35
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Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) has prevented terrorist attacks in Crimea that were planned by the Ukrainian Defense Ministry’s intelligence agency, the FSB said.

The Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine (HUR MOU) was preparing to target the Russian peninsula’s critical infrastructure, the FSB announced on Wednesday.

A group of infiltrators was discovered near the town of Armyansk in northern Crimea near the Ukrainian border in a special FSB operation over the weekend, the agency said, adding that fire was exchanged as the terrorists were being apprehended.

One FSB officer was killed.

Twenty home-made explosive devices equivalent to more than 40 kilos of TNT, as well as ammunition, shells, and other weapons used by the Ukrainian Army’s special forces were discovered at the scene.

Two more attempts by Ukrainian raiding and terrorist groups to breakthrough were prevented by Russian forces on Monday. Kiev’s armored vehicles provided covering fire for the groups from the Ukrainian side, the FSB said, adding that one Russian serviceman had been killed in that operation.

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So stupid that you almost think it is someone trying to set the Ukrainians up.
 
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