Deliberate chaos prevails in Ukraine, but Putin isn't taking the bait

Russian journalist captured in Ukraine
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Russian journalist captured by Kiev junta
I think that we can all agree that the situation in the Ukraine is one of total chaos.
  • Renat Akhmetov, the local oligarch-mobster, had declared that his companies will go on a "warning strike" for 3 hours per day because Akhmetov was angered that the authorities of the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) had taken over the control of the railways which resulted in losses for his company.
  • One of the officials of the DRP reacted to Akhmetov's threat by declaring that the DRP authorities have begun the process of nationalization of the companies located on the territory of the DRP, in other words, Akhmetov's holdings.
  • The military forces of the neo-Nazi junta have begun shelling several cities in eastern Ukraine, destroying several buildings
  • The military commander of the DRP forces, Igor Strelkov, has made a poignant and blunt appeal for a much bigger mobilization of men, especially officers, in the volunteer forces defending the DRP against the junta's military.
  • Ukrainian death-squads have, yet again, kidnapped a team of Russian reporters, this time of the TV station LifeNews, accusing them of being the "information-component" of a terrorist movement.
  • The Russian government has indicated that the military forces, which had been on maneuvers, have returned to their bases. NATO denied that.
  • The Russian military has completed the building of a network of pipelines which are now fully supplying Crimea with fresh water.
  • The leader of the Ukie Nazis, Yarosh, has announced that if he is elected he would launc a guerrilla war in Crimea.

So, what is really going on?

I think that while it is premature to make grand conclusions and predictions, we can begin by agreeing on a number of basic facts.

The Truthseeker: NATO false flags in Ukraine

13 minutes of essential viewing. A short history of government false flag operations, right up until this year in Ukraine. Psychopaths in power are the cause.

US intel source claims Ukraine part of NATO secret campaign Gladio; psychopathy tests for our leaders; and a mainstream host storms out the studio after a vicious exchange on false flags.

Seek truth from facts with Questioning the War on Terror author Kevin Barrett,'s Eric Draitser, James Corbett of The Corbett Report, and possible 2016 presidential candidate Jesse Ventura.

Yes, just imagine... If Russia had toppled the Canadian government

Maidan gunman
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Just imagine if the democratically-elected government of Canada had been toppled in a Russian-financed coup, in which far-right extremists and neo-Nazis played a prominent role.

That the new unelected 'government' in Ottawa cancelled the law giving the French language official status, appointed a billionaire oligarch to run Quebec and signed an association agreement with a Russian-led trade bloc.

Just imagine...

If Russia had spent $5 billion on regime change in Canada and then a leading Canadian energy firm had appointed to its board of directors the son of a top Russian government politician.

Just imagine...

If the Syrian government had hosted a meeting in Damascus of the 'Friends of Britain'- a group of countries who supported the violent overthrow of David Cameron's government.

That the Syrian government and its allies gave the anti-government 'rebels' in Britain millions of pounds and other support, and failed to condemn 'rebel' groups when they killed British civilians and bombed schools, hospitals and universities.

That the Syrian Foreign Minister dismissed next year's scheduled general election in the UK as a 'parody of democracy' and said that Cameron must stand down before any elections are held.

The birth of a Eurasian century: Russia and China do Pipelineistan

China is building its own pipeline networks to help deliver Russia's resources to its people and for export.
A specter is haunting Washington, an unnerving vision of a Sino-Russian alliance wedded to an expansive symbiosis of trade and commerce across much of the Eurasian land mass -- at the expense of the United States.

And no wonder Washington is anxious. That alliance is already a done deal in a variety of ways: through the BRICS group of emerging powers (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa); at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, the Asian counterweight to NATO; inside the G20; and via the 120-member-nation Non-Aligned Movement (NAM). Trade and commerce are just part of the future bargain. Synergies in the development of new military technologies beckon as well. After Russia's Star Wars-style, ultra-sophisticated S-500 air defense anti-missile system comes online in 2018, Beijing is sure to want a version of it. Meanwhile, Russia is about to sell dozens of state-of-the-art Sukhoi Su-35 jet fighters to the Chinese as Beijing and Moscow move to seal an aviation-industrial partnership.

This week should provide the first real fireworks in the celebration of a new Eurasian century-in-the-making when Russian President Vladimir Putin drops in on Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing. You remember "Pipelineistan," all those crucial oil and gas pipelines crisscrossing Eurasia that make up the true circulatory system for the life of the region. Now, it looks like the ultimate Pipelineistan deal, worth $1 trillion and 10 years in the making, will be inked as well. In it, the giant, state-controlled Russian energy giant Gazprom will agree to supply the giant state-controlled China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) with 3.75 billion cubic feet of liquefied natural gas a day for no less than 30 years, starting in 2018. That's the equivalent of a quarter of Russia's massive gas exports to all of Europe. China's current daily gas demand is around 16 billion cubic feet a day, and imports account for 31.6% of total consumption.

Odessa Massacre - What REALLY Happened: VIDEO

Contrary to what the mainstream media has tried to convince you, it's not at all a mystery how the fire started in Odessa, Ukraine and it's not at all a mystery who started it. We owe it to the victims to expose what really happened.

Comment: Since this video was uploaded, new leaked phone conversations have surfaced suggesting it was indeed Kiev behind the Odessa and Mariupol massacres, namely oligarch and governor of Dnepropetrovsk Igor Kolomoisky. See: Powerplay and cover-up: Kiev protégé allegedly behind Mariupol and Odessa massacres leaked tapes reveal


Signs of change: Extreme weather, seismic activity, and meteor fireballs in April and early May 2014

The uptick in earthquake activity continues all along the Ring of Fire. At the center of these changes, the United States dealt with "historic flooding" which was labelled a "one-in-500-year event"!

So much more has taken place over the last month or so than this video shows. Deluges continue to hit heavily populated areas. Be prepared for large-scale disasters in your area. It has and it will continue to worsen, whether we like or not. Stay safe and thanks for watching!


Nazism: History is repeating itself in Ukraine

It's been said those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it...

In the 1930s, special interests backed the Nazis as a means of achieving greater power and wealth. Today in Ukraine, they are doing it again. Play by play, word for word- using the same toxic demagoguery and arraying troops, armor, and airpower against their own people and their neighbors.

History is repeating itself because some of us have clearly failed to learn from it. For those of us that have learned history's lessons, it is time to spread the word.


German journalist and activist Ken Jebsen: 'The system is demasking itself'

Watch this extraordinary speech by former mainstream journalist Ken Jebsen at a demonstration against globalization and for peace - Berlin, May 5th 2014.

Quenelle - Golden

Despite terrorist attacks and killings by Kiev fascists, Donetsk People's Republic comes into being with 90% popular support, Luhansk People's Republic with up to 98% support

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Despite continued attacks from assorted militias (very possibly including American mercenaries), people turned out in huge numbers across eastern Ukraine, now the independent republics of Donetsk and Luhansk.
Nearly 90% of Voters Support Independent Donetsk People's Republic

Up to 89.7 percent of voters in a referendum on Sunday in Eastern Ukraine's Donetsk Region backed independence for the region, the head of the election committee said Monday.

"89.7 percent have voted 'yes,' while 10.19 voted 'against,' and 0.74 percent of the bulletins were deemed invalid. The number we mentioned yesterday coincide completely," Electoral Committee Head of the Donetsk People's Republic Roman Lyagin said.

According to the DPR Co-Chairman Denis Pushilin, the republic may now decide in the next few hours whether to remain part of Ukraine or secede.

On Sunday, residents in Ukraine's southeastern Donetsk and Luhansk regions held a self-rule referendum on the status of their respective regions.

The single question on the ballot read as follows: "Do you support the act of state self-determination of the Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics?"

Earlier it was reported that over 96 percent of Luhansk voters backed independence for the self-proclaimed republic.

The Kremlin said in a statement Monday it respected the will of the people in Ukraine's southeast and urged the regime in Kiev to do the same.

Comment: Donetsk has formally asked the Kremlin for accession into the Russian Federation... it's going to be an interesting week.


Clinton, Obama, and Boko Haram Yup, we armed them and let them run wild

Clinton's State Department refused to put Boko Haram on the list of terror groups.

Boko Haram received arms indirectly from the US.

Now this group's activity is softening American and British minds to the idea of putting US and UK troops in Nigeria in"'purely an advisory role."

Do you think this tolerance for and "indirect" arming of terror groups that just happen to create outrages to justify our latest indefensible military adventures is an accident?

We don't.