Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Allow enough Russians in your country and you will have this - Western Countries Condemning Separatist Vote In Eastern Ukraine

Being nice to them translates to them as your being stupid of whom advantage can and should be taken.

Warning to Russia: If you have not realized, I more and more use word Russian and KGB - no longer Putin/ Lavrov/ Medvedev....it doesn't take genius to understand why. Crimea and Eastern part of Ukraine and not yours and will never ever be. Its time for you to take action against Kremlin or become totally isolated from fellow Slavic nations whom you treat as unequal(inferior) in case you even consider yourself as Slavic. World can observe and did you complete disregard for law and justice as well(both substituted with international terrorism to which not even women and children are immune). YOU ARE COUNTER PRODUCTIVE FOR YOURSELF AND OTHERS AND ITS MY JOB(duty) TO TELL YOU THIS STRAIGHT IN YOUR FACE,
West should block Russia and Belarus totally(seal border with the two entirely) till  present apparatchiks are sentenced to prison terms. China should be aware of uncivilized Russian practices(Russian incitement in hatred known as "Russo-phobia" in targeted population via genocides, so a Russian blame and shame lie can be used for more aggression against other Eastern Europeans and even against Asiatic people of which part people of China are).

What you see here is because it can be done and not because of right/wrong...this type of mentality is uncivilized.
From rferl.org:

KYIV -- The United States, France, and Germany have condemned elections by Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine as a "sham" and “illegal."

Kyiv and its international backers said the November 11 polls in the areas controlled by the separatists in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions would further hamper efforts to end a conflict that has killed more than 10,300 people since April 2014.

However, Moscow argued that the elections to choose the separatists heads in Donetsk and Luhansk and members of the local legislatures would not violate the Minsk agreements aimed at putting an end to the violence.

The agreements were signed in the Belarusian capital, Minsk, in September 2014 and February 2015 -- laying out steps for settling the conflict in eastern Ukraine.

"The United States joins our European allies and partners in condemning the November 11 sham 'elections' in Russia-controlled eastern Ukraine," State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said in a November 12 statement.

"Yesterday's illegitimate processes were an attempt by Moscow to institutionalize its Donbas proxies, the so-called 'Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics.'"

"These so-called elections undermine the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine," Merkel and Macron said in a joint statement late on November 11 after meeting Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko during World War I commemorations in France.

Ukrainian election authorities on November 12 dismissed the results, which are in line with expectations, saying they "categorically reject any legal significance of these illegal and manipulative elections."

Germany, France, and Ukraine are part of the so-called "Normandy format" countries seeking a resolution to the conflict. Russia is the fourth country in the format, which has not held talks in two years.

With almost all votes counted, the acting head of the separatists in the Donetsk region, Denis Pushilin, was leading with 61 percent of the ballots, Russian news agencies reported.

The acting head of the separatists in the neighboring Luhansk region, Leonid Pasechnik, was said to have taken 68 percent of the vote.

Separatist Leader Killed

Pushilin, 37, has worked a series of jobs including casino croupier and pushing financial products for MMM, a successor to the infamous Russian Ponzi scheme that swindled tens of thousands of people after the collapse of the Soviet Union.

The previous separatist leader in Donetsk, Aleksandr Zakharchenko, died in an explosion in August. Moscow pointed the finger at Ukraine, while Kyiv blamed internal fighting between the separatists and “their Russian sponsors."

Pasechnik, 48, is a former regional chief of the Ukrainian Security Service.

Both Pushilin and Pasechnik have promised to seek tighter ties with Moscow.

Voting was held amid tightened security, with gun-toting, camouflage-clad soldiers deployed to ensure order.

Posters around the separatist stronghold of Donetsk, the main city in the region of the same name, called on people to vote "with Russia in your heart," according to the AFP news agency.

The last separatist elections were held in 2014 despite protests from Kyiv and the West, which didn’t recognize their results.

In a tweet on November 11, Kurt Volker, the U.S. special envoy for Ukraine, accused Russia of "institutionalizing the status quo through sham 'elections.'"

"Instead of implementing Minsk and moving towards #peace4Ukraine, Russia is subsidizing corrupt leaders of Donbas, training and equipping the illegal armed formations, institutionalizing the status quo through sham “elections,” and blocking diplomatic progress," Volker tweeted.

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