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Old May 23rd, 2017 #4702
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Old May 23rd, 2017 #4703
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By all means wear those patches, zhids, they make you perfect targets.
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Old May 23rd, 2017 #4704
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Ukraine bans most popular social networks because they are Russian-owned
Published time: 16 May, 2017 09:33
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The most popular social networks in Ukraine are now banned, in Ukraine. Russian-owned Vkontakte (VK.com), search engine Yandex, and Odnoklassniki (OK.ru) are used by more than half of the Ukrainian population, and are far more popular than rivals Facebook and Google.

The decision by Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko to issue the ban as part of anti-Russian sanctions could prove contraversial domestically.

VK is more popular than Facebook in Ukraine, with an estimated 15 million users, more than a third of the country's population.

Odnoklassniki (which translates as Classmates) is also widely popular, as is the Mail.ru email service, which has also been banned.

The social networks were blocked because of sanctions imposed against their parent company, Russian IT giant Mail.Ru Group.

Kiev also banned Russian IT company Yandex, which offers similar services to Google – search engine, maps and various apps for smartphones.

Popularly known as Russian Google, Yandex is one of the top five most popular global search engines. Yandex has over 11 million monthly users in Ukraine, a quarter of the country's population.

Russian anti-virus software makers Kaspersky Lab, one of the leading global internet security companies, and DrWeb have also been banned.

VK.com, Mail.ru and Yandex.ua are the most visited sites in Ukraine besides Google and YouTube.

Ukraine also prohibited several Russian media and TV channels, including Rossiya Segodnya, RBC, VGTRK, TNT and several others. The ban includes blocking of assets, ban on transactions and broadcasting.

Kiev's updated blacklist includes 1,228 individuals and 468 companies. Those who had already been banned saw an extension from one year to permanent.

In March, Ukraine imposed sanctions against all five operations of Russian state-owned banks, the Ukrainian offices of Sberbank and VTB, BM Bank (VTB's subsidiary), Prominvestbank (VEB's subsidiary) and VS Bank (Sberbank's subsidiary). They are prohibited from withdrawing capital from Ukraine in favor of the persons connected with them.

Other Russian companies banned in Ukraine include airline Aeroflot, Russian Helicopters, and state arms exporter Rosoboronexport.

https://www.rt.com/business/388502-u...ans-vk-yandex/
 
Old June 21st, 2017 #4705
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Ukrainian president says held 'effective’ talks with Trump on arms provision
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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says he has had “very effective” talks with US President Donald Trump during a visit to Washington about the US’s provision of “defensive” lethal weapons to Ukraine.​

Poroshenko said on Wednesday that he had had “very effective negotiations for defensive weapons” with his American counterpart in the meeting in Washington on Tuesday.

“We talked that we don’t need to attack anybody but we want to have an effective mechanism to defend by radioelectronic warfare, by drones, by everything,” Poroshenko told FOX news.

After the meeting with Poroshenko, Trump said “a lot of progress has been made” in the relations between the two countries and that the two had “very, very good discussions.”

Poroshenko had said earlier in Washington, “We received strong support from the US side, support in terms of sovereignty, territorial integrity, and the independence of our state.” But he declined to directly answer a question by reporters about whether it was time for Washington to start selling lethal arms to Ukraine.
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Old August 15th, 2017 #4707
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Another Ukrainian saboteur arrested by the FSB (Russian Secret Service). He planned to execute multiple sabotages on the territory of Crimea.
 
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A little update. The Ukrainian saboteur was paid 200$ for the planned operations.

 
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Another Ukrainian saboteur arrested by the FSB (Russian Secret Service). He planned to execute multiple sabotages on the territory of Crimea.
В Крыму ФСБ задержала украинского диверсанта из СБУ
The new State Prosecutor of Crimea Oleg Kamshylov, successor to our beautiful Natalia Poklonskaya needs to come down hard on this guy. I didn't understand the Russian spoken in the video, but I wonder who paid him? The list of (((suspects))) could be short.
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Old August 15th, 2017 #4710
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The Ukrainian kosher nationalists in Kiev made a monument for their fallen comrades. The top of the monument represents a sword stabbed in the map of Russia..... The front of the monument is the most interesting, it is a picture taken from a video game called "Diablo 3".


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Old August 24th, 2017 #4711
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Washington mulls supplying Ukraine with lethal weapons – US defense secretary

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The US is considering supplying lethal arms to Ukraine, US Defense Secretary James Mattis has stated during a visit to Kiev. Washington has also agreed to supply Ukraine with an additional $175 million worth of equipment.

“I would also point out that on defensive lethal weapons – we are actively reviewing it,” Mattis said at a news conference alongside Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Thursday.

“I will go back now having seen the current situation and be able to inform the secretary of state and the president on the specific terms what I recommend for the direction ahead,” he added.

The Pentagon chief also said that Washington had recently decided to supply Ukraine with more than $175 million worth of equipment.

“For example, we have just approved, just very recently, last couple of weeks, another $175 million worth of equipment, including some specialized equipment that can be used to help defend the country, bringing to a total of nearly $750 million in the last several years,” Mattis stated.

Mattis also pledged to support Ukraine over Crimea, which reunited with Russia after a referendum in 2014. Ukraine, backed by Western governments, rejected the results of the referendum, and sanctions were imposed on Russia when the region seceded from Ukraine.

“The United States stands with Ukraine in all things,” Mattis said over the Crimean issue.

“We do not and we will not accept Russia’s seizure of the Crimea and despite Russia's denials, we know they are seeking to redraw international borders by force, undermining the sovereign and free nations of Europe," he told reporters.

Washington has planned to provide Kiev with $350 million in security assistance in 2017, according to the 2017 National Defense Authorizations Act. It is $50 million more compared to 2016.

The sum is to cover “equipment and technical assistance to the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine for the purpose of developing a comprehensive border surveillance network for Ukraine” as well as “training for staff officers and senior leadership of the military,” the act says.
https://www.rt.com/news/400745-us-lethal-arms-ukraine/
 
Old August 24th, 2017 #4712
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They are not going to stop until Jewkraine is fully integrated into the North Atlantic Terrorist Organization.
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When it comes to foreign policy, the bastard is even more of a neo-cohen than the Obongo he railed against.

Total betrayal of his base on that front, all to appease some god damned kike/MIC scum & their cum-caked whores in CONgress & the Pentagram - all of whom want him impeached or dead.....
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Vladimir Putin is honestly pretty sane compared to the leadership we have in the (((West))). Based on the USA's publicly stated goals in the middle east (right now it's crush ISIS), there is plenty of common ground to be had, but JewSA would prefer to start Cold War 2.0 with the Russians, suck jewish cock, attack ISIS' enemies in the region (including using false flags as justification).

With a potential ally like the Russians in the region, and possibly Assad as well, who the fuck needs Israel? That's the narrative (((conservatives))) use to justify our position with Israel, but we're attacking people who could be better allies, in favor of worse ones. And more expensive ones. Because jews control the USA.
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Vladimir Putin is honestly pretty sane compared to the leadership we have in the (((West))). Based on the USA's publicly stated goals in the middle east (right now it's crush ISIS), there is plenty of common ground to be had, but JewSA would prefer to start Cold War 2.0 with the Russians, suck jewish cock, attack ISIS' enemies in the region (including using false flags as justification).

With a potential ally like the Russians in the region, and possibly Assad as well, who the fuck needs Israel? That's the narrative (((conservatives))) use to justify our position with Israel, but we're attacking people who could be better allies, in favor of worse ones. And more expensive ones. Because jews control the USA.
Exactly--you know something is up when the Demon Kratz are pumping up a cold war mentality they used to make fun of the Reagan era for.

Reminds me of Operation Cyclone, where American CIA funded the damn mujahideen Jihadists, to keep the USSR from helping with the effort to flip the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan into a Socialist country. Our House Intelligence Committee gave 'em 200 million bucks and Saudis another 200 million.

So we prop up these insane Islamheads, then claim we are trying to 'rid the world of Islamic terror'.

The power structure is same no matter which party has the reins. If Trump had run entirely independent of the Repubs and their meddling, he'd not have to answer to them, and he'd likely have been assassinated, sad to say.
But he in the end is funded by the same, answers to the same.

I was proud of the acknowledgement of the violence against the UTR organizers, and the stance on the wall--but a lot still remains to be seen. Not at all pleased with his flip on Syria and contentious relationship with Russia and NK. Even his comments regarding Venezuela shows that he is not following through on his 'we are not policing the world we are building up our own Nation' stance that he had during the election. I'd like to see him get back to that, and he (sort of) indicated at the Phoenix rally the wall/other things the voters put him in there to do, he'll follow through on.
Time will tell.
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https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...ons-west-zapad

"..Western officials and analysts estimate up to 100,000 military personnel and logistical support could participate in the Zapad (West) 17 exercise, which will take place next month in Belarus, Kaliningrad and Russia itself. Moscow puts the number significantly lower.

The exercise, to be held from 14-20 September, comes against a backdrop of strained relations between Russia and the US. Congress recently imposed a fresh round of sanctions on Moscow in response to allegations of interference in the 2016 US election.
The first of the Russian troops are scheduled to arrive in Belarus in mid-August.

Moscow has portrayed Zapad 17 as a regular exercise, held every four years, planned long ago and not a reaction to the latest round of sanctions.
Nato headquarters in Brussels said it had no plans to respond to the manoeuvres by deploying more troops along the Russian border.."

I guess US Congress would've turned a blind eye to the connection between the Clinton Foundation and ISIS.

But a relationship between the Trump team and Russians who would've rather seen him in the White House=scandal. (?)

What most don't realize is, the term 'hacked the election' is used totally wrongly. The Russians did no such thing, they didn't tamper with voting machines or the election process.

What they did do, however, was obtain emails from the Democratic Committee that showed all of Hillary's improprieties, and her connection to Comey via her foundation came out as well. They also are accused of using 'bots' to create a surge of commentary online that was pro-Trump....her side did this, too! It's ridiculous, because to this day people have said to me, 'but the Russians hacked the election'...because they heard it on the news and have no idea what it means.
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They are not going to stop until Jewkraine is fully integrated into the North Atlantic Terrorist Organization.
Russians have a clear statement that if Ukropia joins NATO, then the US will install the warheads which are 5 minutes from Moscow, and this is the red line which Russians will not allow to be crossed. In that case a full Russian invasion of Ukraine could be expected. NATO-kikes know that, Ukrops know that and Russia knows that too.
That's the reason why Russia is keeping the low intensity open-conflict in Novorussia alive, because by the NATO rules one country can not join the alliance till it has unsolved territorial issues. Of course, NATO-kikes can break that rule and make an exception but i highly doubt that. If Ukropia would join NATO, Russia would invade it immediately and in that case NATO-kikes have two options. Either go to war with Russia which would turn into nuclear-war and not even the cockroaches would survive it, or the second option to stand aside and bark just like now.

US can arm the Ukrops all they want, but it wont make any difference because officially Ukrops are fighting against the rebels of Novorussia but in reality they are fighting against FSB+Russian Army. In the last 3 years the whole Ukrop air-force was taken down two times by the "rebels". First they took it down, then US armed them with aviation from neighboring post-soviet countries like Poland, Romania, Hungary etc. Then the "rebels" took down the second air-force and now Ukrops practically don't have air-force anymore. Of course you wont read about that in the media because it would be a huge moral blow for Ukrops and for the whole NATO-kike Alliance.

So no matter how much the NATO-kikes arm them, they don't have a chance against the Russian Army and FSB.
 
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US agrees to send lethal weapons to Ukraine, angering Russia

https://www.defensenews.com/flashpoi...gering-russia/
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Georgian soldiers testify to being ordered by Maidan leaders to shoot at police and protesters and provoke attacks during Ukraine coup


Maidan square in Kiev, Ukraine, February 19, 2014

On February 20, 2014, unknown snipers shot at people gathered on Kiev's central Maidan square killing 49 protesters and four police officers. Local opposition leaders, as well as US and EU representatives, were quick to point a finger at the "regime of Viktor Yanukovych." Still, an official investigation failed to produce any results with the culprits still at large.

A Sputnik correspondent has met with the purported snipers, all of them from Georgia. They insist that they were taking orders from Maidan leaders. Moreover, they had direct orders to fire at police officers AND protesters in order to enrage the crowd and provoke a political crisis.

General Tristan Tsitelashvili, the former commander of the Georgian Army's elite Avaza unit, was the first to say that certain Georgian snipers were involved in the Maidan shooting. Tsitelashvili fought in Abkhazia and took part in the "five-day war" of August 2008, but later became a personal enemy of Mikheil Saakashvili, who tried to blame the military for his fiasco.

Tsitelashvili's house was raided by police who arrested the general and seriously injured his little son. They tried to force him to admit to having played a role in an alleged "plot by generals" which purportedly resulted in Georgia's defeat in the 2008 war. The general did not testify and has since been a sworn enemy of Saakashvili.

https://www.sott.net/article/377367-...g-Ukraine-coup


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A true revolution has never occured, although the US came close...they just never held on to it, when the rothschilds and soros' start getting shot, count me in. Otherwise, F*ck the US military and trump for robbing every citizen blind and paying these dumbsh*ts in uniform.

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