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New Afghan government signs Usaian troops deal
BBC ‘News’, Sep 30 2014

The new Afghan government has signed a security deal with Usaian officials that will allow Usaian troops to remain in the country beyond this year. The agreement was signed by Afghanistan’s newly appointed national security adviser, Hanif Atmar. Pres Karzai had refused to sign the Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) with Usaia, straining ties and raising security fears (note the constant refrain that imperial planners are ‘concerned’, have ‘fears’, lie awake at night ‘worrying’, etcetera. This is a propaganda meme intended to force identification with the oppressor – RB). ISAF forces are to withdraw this year, leaving 9,800 Usaian troops behind. The total number of troops in the new NATO-led mission, including Usaian soldiers, to ‘train and assist’ Afghanistan’s security forces (of course, they’re always just ‘trainers’ or ‘advisors’, we hear that everywhere in the fucking world – RB) will be about 12,000 next year. There will also be a separate Usaian-led force dealing with the remnants of AQ (in other words, there are also undeclared, unaccountable Usaian death squads, no questions asked – RB). Usaian ambassador to Kabul Jim Cunningham (they prefer informal nicknames such as Jim, Tony or Robbie: your local, imperial death squad boss wants you to think of him as your friend – RB) signed the long-delayed agreement (in other words, it was a foregone conclusion that the agreement would be signed one way or another, the empire had decreed it as an unalterable feature of future history, it was just a matter of inconvenient ‘delay’ in extracting it – RB) on behalf of the government in Washington. Ashraf Ghani, newly elected Afghan President, welcomed the deal, saying:

Today Afghanistan has regained its sovereignty as a power. (well, nothing can beat the polar opposite of the truth, can it? – RB)

Obama said:

The signing of the Bilateral Security Agreement marks a historic day in Usaian-Afghan relations. We look forward to working with this new government to cement an enduring partnership that strengthens Afghan sovereignty, stability, unity, and prosperity. (note, ‘prosperity': this is a public promise that the compradors will be rewarded handsomely, however little such promises are worth nowadays – RB)

The BSA allows for some foreign special forces to stay in the country to conduct “counter-terror operations” and others to support and train Afghan forces. Under a separate NATO agreement also signed on Tuesday, several nations, led by Germany, Turkey and Italy, will contribute to a further force of about 3,000 troops (but no longer to be called ‘ISAF’ – RB). The Usaian deployment will be halved by the end of 2015 and withdrawn almost completely by the end of 2016. AP reports that Usaia plans to leave about 1,000 troops in a “security office” after this deadline (that’s what “withdrawn completely” means, then: the troops will stay under another label – RB). NATO countries have been steadily reducing the number of troops they have committed to the Afghan mission, handing over control to local security forces (sure they have, sure, sure – RB). Earlier this year, there were estimated to be just over 50,000 NATO troops serving in Afghanistan from 49 contributing nations. Of these about 34,000 were Usaian troops. Ghani was sworn in as Afghanistan’s new president on Monday, replacing Karzai in the country’s first democratic transfer of power (a rigged election so blatant that for weeks the loser kept campaiging and attempting to launch legal complaints – RB). The Kabul ceremony followed six months of deadlock amid a bitter dispute over electoral fraud and a recount of votes. Under a Usaia-brokered unity deal, Ghani shares power with runner-up Abdullah Abdullah, who becomes chief executive (this is all completely meaningless bullshit, the loser has finally been bought off with a handsome package to be deposited in a Geneva bank, if he lives long enough to collect it – RB). Their first joint official act was to oversee the signing of the new BSA deal, and the NATO deal that followed it, in the presidential palace. Karzai had refused to sign the deal, in part because Usaia sought immunity from prosecution for its forces. He also asked for further assurances from Usaia that its forces would not raid Afghan homes and that Washington would help start stalled peace talks with the Taliban. Karzai’s refusal to sign aggravated relations with Usaia, and prompted fears that Taliban insurgents would exploit a gap in security (there’s those ‘fears’ again, but no mention of any concessions whatever regarding Karzai’s demands – RB).

Analysis: David Loyn, BBC News, Kabul
The Bilateral Security Agreement between Afghanistan and Usaia allows Usaian troops to remain in Afghanistan after the end of 2014. But the force will be quite small (sure it will – RB), at 9,800 troops, and will be cut in half by the end of 2015 (sure it will – RB), before a full pullout at the end of 2016 ( (sure, sure – RB). Under a separate NATO agreement, a further force of about 3,000 troops will be contributed by several NATO nations, led by Germany, Turkey and Italy. Britain’s only contribution will be at the officers’ training academy, which is modelled on Sandhurst (how incredibly cute can you get – RB), at Qargha close to Kabul. By agreeing to the deal so quickly, Pres Ghani is resetting a relationship soured by his predecessor Hamid Karzai, who refused to sign the agreements, and to the end criticised Usaia and its forces. The Usaian ambassador to Kabul, Jim Cunningham, said that Tuesday’s signing sent a broader signal to the region about the continuing Usaian commitment to Afghanistan (it sure does – RB).

D’you know, I can’t even remember whether AfPak counts as one of those “theatres” where “the highest standard we can attain” regarding collateral damage, ie the killing of civilians, is no longer a concern because, having announced it with so much fanfare, Obama has now ditched it – RB

NATO airstrike in Khost, Afghanistan, leaves 4 civilians dead
Javed Hamim Kahar, Muhammad Harun, Pahjwok Afghan News, Sep 30 2014 20:45 CEST

Four people believed to be civilians lost their lives in a NATO drone strike in Ali Sher district of Khost province on Tuesday, the governor’s spokesman said. Mubarez Mohammad said the four were traveling in a car when they came under attack. The car was destroyed in the airstrike, he said, and it was unclear who the victims were. He concluded:

We have ordered police to investigate the incident.

Khost police suggested the strike was a case of mistaken identity, as a district development council chief had been reported assassinated by militants who fled in a car that was apparently similar to the one attacked. A resident of Khost City, Ismail Khan, said the victims included his uncle and other relatives. He said:

My uncle and the three others traveling in the car had no links with militants and they were not equipped with weapons.

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the covert policy is not to attack ISIS at all, but on the contrary, to encourage it, and this is how they deal with occasional leaks of what they’re really doing

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Iraqi Pilots ‘Mistakenly’ Drop Food, Ammo to ISIS, Sep 30 2014

BAGHDAD, Iraq – The Iraqi Air Force ‘mistakenly’ dropped food, water and ammunition to ISIS, thinking they were their own soldiers, NBC ‘News’ reported Tuesday. The channel quoted Hakim al–Zamili, an Iraqi MP from the Sadrist bloc, saying that an investigation is underway. NBC ‘News’ said the supplies were supposed to help besieged Iraqi army officers and soldiers who had been fighting ISIS for one week in Shaqlawah and the village of al-Sijar in the country’s western Anbar province. Al-Zamili, who is also a member of the parliament’s Security and Defence committee, said:

Some pilots, instead of dropping these supplies over the area of the Iraqi army, threw it over the area that is controlled by ISIS. Those soldiers were in deadly need of these supplies, but because of the wrong plans of the commanders in the Iraqi army and lack of experience of the pilots, in one way or another, we helped ISIS to kill our own soldiers.

The channel also quoted a brigadier-general in Iraq’s Defense Ministry confirming the incident and saying it took place last week. The officer said:

Yes, that’s what had happened. Some air force pilots do not have enough experience. They are all young and new.

Baghdad is trying to rebuild its military after it collapsed before an ISIS onslaught that has captured a third of the country since June. In desperate need of soldiers, the government has granted an amnesty for army deserters who return. Usaian jets have been targeting ISIS positions in Iraq since last month, and a coalition of some 50 nations has gathered to defeat ISIS forces fighting there and in Syria.

Iraq Pilots ‘Mistakenly’ Gave Food, Ammunition to ISIS
NBC ‘News’, Sep 30 2014

An investigation was underway Tuesday after Iraqi military pilots ‘mistakenly’ gave food, water and ammunition to ISIS instead of their own soldiers, a senior security official and a brigadier told NBC ‘News’. The supplies were supposed to help besieged Iraqi army officers and soldiers who had been fighting Islamist extremists for a week in Saglawyah and the village of al-Sijar in the country’s western province of Anbar. Hakim al-Zamili, a Sadrist member of the Iraqi parliament who is on the Security and Defense committee and acts as a security liaison for service members and commanders for Muqtada al-Sadr, said:

Some pilots, instead of dropping these supplies over the area of the Iraqi army, threw it over the area that is controlled by ISIS. Those soldiers were in deadly need of these supplies, but because of the wrong plans of the commanders in the Iraqi army and lack of experience of the pilots, in one way or another, we helped ISIS to kill our own soldiers.

A brigadier-general in Iraq’s Defense Ministry confirmed the incident, which happened on Sep 19. The officer said:

Yes, that’s what had happened. Some air force pilots do not have enough experience. They are all young and new.

Both al-Zamili and the brigadier-general said there would be an investigation to determine the cause of the blunder.

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October 1, 2014 at 5:13 am

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now this is really charming: the mask of concern completely discarded

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White House exempts Syria airstrikes from tight standards on civilian deaths
Michael Isikoff, Yahoo ‘News’, Sep 30 2014

The White House has acknowledged for the first time that strict standards Obama imposed last year to prevent civilian deaths from Usaian drone strikes will not apply to Usaian military operations in Syria and Iraq. A White House statement to Yahoo News confirming the looser policy came in response to questions about reports that as many as a dozen civilians, including women and young children, were killed when a Tomahawk missile struck the village of Kafr Daryan in Syria’s Idlib province on the morning of Sep 23. The village has been described by Syrian rebel commanders as a reported stronghold of the AQ-linked Jabhat al-Nusra where Usaian officials believed members of the so-called Khorasan group were plotting attacks against international aircraft. But at a briefing for members and staffers of the House Foreign Affairs Committee late last week, Syrian rebel commanders described women and children being hauled from the rubble after an errant cruise missile destroyed a home for displaced civilians. Images of badly injured children also appeared on YouTube, helping to fuel anti-Usaian protests in a number of Syrian villages last week. Abu Abdo Salabman, a political member of one of the FSA factions, who attended the briefing for Foreign Affairs Committee members and staff, said:

They were carrying bodies out of the rubble. I saw seven or eight ambulances coming out of there. We believe this was a big mistake.

Asked about the strike at Kafr Daryan, a CENTCOM spokesman said Tuesday:

We did target a Khorasan group compound near this location. However, we have seen no evidence at this time to corroborate claims of civilian casualties.

But Caitlin Hayden, a spokesperson for the National Security Council, told Yahoo News that Pentagon officials “take all credible allegations seriously and will investigate” the reports. At the same time, however, Hayden said that a much-publicized White House policy that Obama announced last year barring Usaian drone strikes unless there is a “near certainty” there will be no civilian casualties, according to “the highest standard we can meet,” as he said at the time, does not cover the current Usaian airstrikes in Syria and Iraq. Hayden said in an email:

The “near certainty” standard was intended to apply only when we take direct action “outside areas of active hostilities,” as we noted at the time. That description, “outside areas of active hostilities,” simply does not fit what we are seeing on the ground in Iraq and Syria right now. Usaian military operations against the Islamic State (also known as ISIS or ISIL) in Syria, like all Usaian military operations, are being conducted consistently with the laws of armed conflict, proportionality and distinction.

The laws of armed conflict prohibit the deliberate targeting of civilian areas and require armed forces to take precautions to prevent inadvertent civilian deaths as much as possible. But one former Obama administration official said the new White House statement raises questions about how Usaia intends to proceed in the conflict in Syria and Iraq, and under what legal authorities. Harold Koh, who served as the State Dept’s top lawyer during Obama’s first term, said:

They seem to be creating this grey zone. If we’re not applying the strict rules to Syria and Iraq, then they are of relatively limited value.

Questions about civilian deaths from Usaian counter-terrorism operations have confronted the Obama administration from the outset, after the president sharply ramped up drone strikes in Pakistan and Yemen, resulting in sometimes heated internal policy debates. Addressing the subject last year in a speech at the National Defense University, Obama acknowledged for the first time that Usaian strikes have resulted in civilian casualties, adding:

For me and those in my chain of command, those deaths will haunt us as long as we live.

Sources familiar with the new “near certainty” standard Obama announced at the time said that, as a practical matter, it meant that every drone strike had to be signed off on by the White House, first by Lisa Monaco, Obama’s chief homeland security adviser, and ultimately by the president himself. The policy, one source said, caused some Pentagon officials to chafe at the new restrictions, and led to a noticeable reduction in such strikes by the military and the CIA. While the White House has said little about the standards it is using for strikes in Syria and Iraq, one former official who has been briefed on the matter said the looser policy gives more discretion to theater commanders at CENTCOM to select targets without the same level of White House oversight. The issue arose during last week’s briefing for two House Foreign Affairs Committee members and two staffers when rebel leaders associated with factions of the FSA, including Abu Abdo Salabman, complained about the civilian deaths, and the fact that the targets were in territory controlled by Jabhat al-Nusra, a sometimes ally of the Usaia-backed rebels in its war with the Islamic State and the Syrian regime. But at least one of the House members present, Rep Adam Kinzinger, an Illinois Republican who supports stronger Usaian action in Syria, said he was not overly concerned. Kinzinger said in an interview with Yahoo News:

I did hear them say there were civilian casualties, but I didn’t get details. But nothing is perfect, and whatever civilian deaths result from the Usaian strikes are much less than the brutality of the Assad regime.

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October 1, 2014 at 5:02 am

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unless someone can tell me why the yandex autotranslator has stopped working, i won’t be able to keep this up

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Trying to do this through Google autotranslation isn’t working. I am only getting bits and pieces and then only with difficulty. What I want to know is, why did this type of URL just stop working, sometime yesterday?


I’ve solved it, by getting the “text-in-a-box” Yandex Translate page to translate a whole page (by putting the URL “” in it), then when it is showing the translated version of that page, I mouse over a link to a story in it and what I see is variations on the below:

So, any bookmarks you have that use the autotranslation prefix, change the expression “” to “”. Meanwhile,I got this from Murid comments, it’s a very much more pessimistic vision than Gubarev’s:

The most cynical act of Putin during talks was this: Russia on its own initiative wants to return Novoazovsk to the control of Ukraine. The Kremlin doesn’t want to give access to the sea to the bandit regime that will come to power in DNR and LPR, he doesn’t want the Russian Federation to create the problem themselves, of a black hole of smuggling on the border. That is, Putin understands what a pigsty (гадюшник) he has arranged for the Donbass, and what scum will come to power. So he does not want to give them access to the sea and the opportunity to build smuggling flows.

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gubarev: the usual rather limp attempt at capitalism plus social justice (but after all, you need the patronage of a big capitalist to get elected, in this world)

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There’s one patch that sounds amazingly cynical, translated literally. I’ve highlighted it and included the original Russian – RB

Paul Gubarev: “Our goal is a new country, a country of dreams”
Colonel Cassad, Sep 30 2014 23:10


People’s Governor of Donbass, Paul Gubarev, expounded his views on how he sees the future of Novorossia. Interview conducted at a meeting of the Center of scientific and political thought and ideology in Moscow. Original text, here

Q: Paul, you can ask you about Kurginyan’s press conference in Donetsk, which caused a lot of conflicting opinions? What actually happened? There was a feeling that a frank betrayal of Novorossia was happening then and there, people said. Kurginyan was not arrested, nothing …

A: When I arrived there, I had an order to arrest him, and I did not, because Kurginyan was very tightly guarded by a battalion of soldiers from the Vostok Battalion. I don’t mean to offend them. It’s necessary for the Vostok Battalion to build something ideologically. I doubt that they have any ideology. Rather, the point is the usual competition. Kurginyan was given the task of betraying and discrediting Strelkov. Strelkov was part of a collective which also included the commanders and the army, and that was reflected in the report which I sent to him (also relying on your team). In fact, we are one team and we exist together. Kurginyan opposed Strelkov, who had created the conditions for the revival of Novorossia. He inspired people to embark on the path of armed struggle, united and combined them. He gave them hope. At the very beginning of our resistance I recruited people to fight for civil protest. And Strelkov did the same in the military sense. He created an armed group, which became an armed force and is now six thousand men, the Slavyansk Brigade, as it came to be called. Six thousand fighters, the backbone. Today it is an army of twenty thousand men, the armed forces of the two republics. The attack by Kurginyan on Strelkov, and Strelkov’s subsequent resignation, are inter-related events. I’m not going to push any conspiracy theories. Everything is, in general, very simple. There are forces which have property in the DPR and LPR, and they want to retain it. There are forces in the neighbouring country which lay claim to this property. That is, in general, the cause of all the fuss. With this it is possible to explain the provocation against Strelkov.

It’s a natural process, the process of the struggle for property and for its appropriation (перехват). I’m standing on the sidelines, because clearly I understand that eventually the power will be those who will be entrusted with it by the people in the elections to be held. When the war is over – and I am convinced that it will end in victory – when peacetime comes, there will be elections, and that’s when people should have someone to vote for, and they will vote, I think, for the person who will present the brightest, most realistic, most luminous design for the future of the state of Novorossia. I see my mission as building on the scientific environment, based on the ideology of Russia and Novorossia, to create this image. Not only the image, but also to write a program for political power. Under our program, to design laws that are capable of standing up to the scrutiny of the election process, you need to have specifics. It’s not enough to say you’re for everything that is good and against everything that is bad. People have to explicitly declare what their values ​​are, and most importantly, what their ideological basis is. For us, the basis is: the Russian world, Orthodoxy, traditional values, family, children, faith.

Next question, will all this be managed by the state? Here we are using the word “democracy”, meaning by this grass-roots democracy. That is, all the power and all the centres of the distribution of resources and benefits necessary to maintain the people. With that, starting from the very basics, with apartments for people who can decide for themselves how to spend the money that they pay for their apartments, and the money to arrange their own homes well. That is, people must be trusted with responsibility at the very bottom. Empowerment entails assuming responsibility. People have to bear the responsibility for what they have, beyond the threshold of the apartment and progressing from it, moving on up until at the top level you can have a nation-wide referendum on strategic issues of state policy, for instance on economic policy, and on joining any military and political blocs. People like to objectively decide on their totality.

And, here, in the socio-economic bloc, we use the phrase “social justice.” Of course, this can can be understood in different ways, but for us it is, at the very least, the removal of the oligarchs from the political process. That is, their removal from power, at the very least. At most, it is also the removal from their grasp of the country’s natural resources, the nationalization of the power stations and other companies, which they grabbed, thereby robbing the people and the whole country. How this can be done, technologically (remember, political technology is a far broader concept in Russian than in Western usage, it involves everything, not just hardware – RB) we don’t know yet. This is our common task. The fair election of the directors of the municipal police and the judges is extremely important. There has to be a firm law against the corruption of those in office, whereby it is possible to arraign officials suspected of corrupt practices. We must prescribe the right of the anti-corruption services to monitor the expenditure of every official, and at the slightest suspicion to initiate proceedings. And the official must justify himself or herself in court. Then there is the question of the constitution, of course, the largest such question, a people’s constitution. Resources such as the land itself, which are universal necessities, should be the property of the state. Major property should be controllable. We need a fair tax system, banking system, banking law, the National Bank and State Bank. (Nothing is) more important than justice for the people of our state system.

Q: Do you understand that this vision, this program and your goals are a threat to the Russian system as it currently is: the oligarchs have all the natural resources in their pockets, the state is antisocial rather than social, and so on? Your movement will constitute a political threat to the political class in Russia, and that will not be without consequences.

A: Yes, but you also have to understand that when Putin annexed Crimea, against the wishes of the liberal oligarchs, he started a revolution from above. He went on in spite of all this, without fear of sanctions, knowing what the sanctions would be, understanding those around him, the Marsh (болоте) that surrounded him. I’m not just saying that. For him, the project Novorossia, this straw, is salvation for Russia. In Russia the same thing can happen, with a patriotic sauce it can happen, under such, shall we say, бравадными slogans, patriotic slogans, pseudo-patriotic symbols, Putin can do the same. (Ведь в России также могут устроить такую же штуку, причем под патриотическим соусом это может произойти, под такими, скажем так, бравадными лозунгами, патриотическими лозунгами, псевдо-патриотическими вывесками сделают, Путину то же самое.) And then all of us will have to defend Putin.

Q: Sometimes, the press seems to suggest that in such a complex situation as yours, there are complex group differences on strategy. For example, one says we are a part of Ukraine, another says we should think only in terms of building our own independent state … How far is some final agreed strategy already beginning to dominate and delineate the goal?

A: Thus far, there are several forces that have specifically stated their positions. Alexander Khodakovsky said that he is for a single pro-Russian Ukraine, but from my point of view, a single pro-Russian Ukraine is no longer a possibility. The secession of Crimea destroyed that possibility completely. Ukraine’s pro-Russian electorate will never happen, no matter how hard we fight. At a maximum, you can get a fraction of 25% in the parliament. Plus, there’s the struggle and competition. I do not see that Ukraine can be won back on a purely electoral basis. I believe that the electoral strategy will not work.

Q Ukraine must be denazified for this?

A: That’s just not possible. There is a rigid value system already imposed, and it is anti-Russian. And it does not break. It is built over twenty-three years, methodically, from kindergarten upwards.

Q: During the year, since November last year to today, as far as the anti-Russian potential of the population is concerned, how have the elites of Ukraine changed, in what direction?

A: Now that they have blocked the Russian TV channels completely, a specifically state-run propaganda machine works in conjunction with the commercial media. The commercial media are oligarchically owned, and the oligarchs are exclusively in favour of a united Ukraine. In fact, there is a monopoly on information. And we are not mistaken when we call Ukraine a fascist state with a monopoly on information, given the absence of an alternative point of view, if you can not oppose at rallies, because at once you get put in jail. Five thousand prisoners for ideological reasons, because of the war, and at the same time people are going out under the flags and shouting: “Glory to heroes!” This is fascism. Ukraine is a fascist state. There is, of course, an anti-Russian electoral shift due to this, because some people are suggestible.

Q: What are the dynamics of pro-Russian sentiment over the years?

A: The dynamics of public opinion? You can sense it for yourself. Compared to what we said about the elite, the popular feelings are completely different. If we talk about the manufacturing sector, all of the people who worked for Russia understand very clearly why their plant has completely stopped, for example, “Motor Sich”. Therefore, there is some electoral progress. People think, they understand: “Motor Sich” stopped for the reason that Russia is not buying. Why? Because Ukraine is not on friendly terms with Russia, although it is not at war. Of course, they realize that if Zaporozhye is not pro-Russia, they will be out of work, and so they are, many thousands of them. The same applies to other enterprises in the former south-east of Ukraine, in what is now Novorossia. There are a lot of such enterprises, in those regions that historically make up Novorossia, which on the administrative map of the former Ukraine appear as the eight south-eastern regions. When it comes to political sociology then, shall we say, there are political sociologists who say that in each region there is a core, an active nucleus, which can be at any given moment announce the People’s Republic proper. They only need to remain cohesive.

Q: So what strategy for the future of Novorossia prevails in your opinion? Is it advisable to build an independent state in your region?

A: Self-government for Novorossia, yes, until we achieve the goal of independence. Our goal is a new country, a country of dreams. We will need some time to adjust everything. Well, I think we can secede in the same way that Crimea did, and Russia can afford the investment necessary. Then we have certain advantages, though they are not now, not immediately, visible. But again, the most important thing is, we’re talking about the incarnation of a new social model, the embodiment of a radically new society built on other principles – Russian civilisational identity and equity.

Q: How many people support your views?

A: There will be elections, and we’ll see. But I think, a significant number of people.

Q: Tell me, who are your supporters? For instance, Alexei Mozgovoy, Igor Strelkov, Igor Druz… Can you say that you have a common vision for the future of Novorossia?

A: We are close, let’s say, quite close, very close…


Colonel Cassad comments: In general, Gubarev recreates the famous dreams of capitalism with a human face, trying to combine these ideas with purely socialist principles of democracy and social justice. Given the dismal performance of the oligarchies in the Donbass, these views will obviously have broad support. On the other hand, to implement all this in the situation of a stub Novorossia with a deplorable economic situation, is problematic. In general, if one needs an identification of the political affiliation of Paul Gubarov, it is a moderate socialist. Actually, if we talk about the “first wave of revolutionaries” who were at the beginning of the uprising that spawned Novorossia, Paul in fact did a lot to energise the initially virtual Novorossia idea, which had the support of close to zero, so that in a few months it became a reality, and people fought and died en masse for the idea of Novorossia. When people start to pour (поливать) Gubarov, I always remember those days of March, when he with a broken arm, surrounded by supporters, casually responded to a reporter’s question of “Where are you going?” by saying: “Let’s go take the Treasury.” He was among those who lit the fire of the uprising, and he became a symbol of resistance and struggle which allowed the initially weak local separatism of Donbass to grow through the concrete of “United Ukraine.”

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September 30, 2014 at 9:20 pm

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there is no doubt these sneaky fascist bastards are trying to get to the crash site

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September 30, 2014 at 3:08 pm

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for some reason, yandex autotranslation has stopped working, so i must use google, which is inferior

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In general, the situation continues to deteriorate. Only the most odious media talk about any sort of “truce”, because it is obvious to everyone that the junta is not going to calm down. Ukrow silent about the mass graves found: as many as 350 civilian bodies, some belonging to tortured prisoners and some to raped 12-14 year old girls, all recorded by the observers of the OSCE. Punitive battalion “Aydar” strove to outdo the battalion “Galicia”. The victims of the latter, at least, were tormented by people of other nationalities. As long as the situation is not resolved at the airport, the hot phase “truce” will continue. What will happen tomorrow, we shall see.

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