Tuesday, November 27, 2018

WE REMEMBER WHO DID IT: Big war which will destroy Slavic world yet again is coming and question is not who will profit from one(West already is guilty), but because of whom(why) !!! Russian Ship Rams Ukrainian Navy Tugboat Off Crimea

From bbc.com



@mentioned here criminals...I known as PURE EVIL when brought from US to Poland and other parts of Eastern Europe back in 1998 to 2006(for no less than 8 years straight when subjected to horrific MKultra torture, I was presented to locals as Hitler - ultimate evil by this very actors), but world will be reminded on what you have created(WHAT WE HAVE TODAY AND WHAT WAS FOR THE LAST 6 YEARS) back then behind people's backs !!!

IF you concentrate on what is happening only and forget who did it, you will continue to repeat mistakes from the past.

Milan Kucan, Milos Zeman, BORUT PAHOR(criminal who worked hard to convince for Moscow and Belgrade people mentioned here and others to give in), Kaczynski brothers and other elite from the past who gave green light(AT THE END OF 2000, YOU HAVE GIVEN ENTIRE HELP PACKAGE FROM THE WEST DEDICATED TO EASTERN EUROPE TO RUSSIA AND SERBIA AND HAVE EVEN PUSHED OWN NATIONS IN ECONOMIC DEBT FOR THE SAKE OF THE AGGRESSORS BY TAKING FOREIGN CREDITS WHICH YOU HAVE GIVEN TO THE TWO FOR THE SAKE PAST AND PRESENT CRISES/WARS) to evil seen bellow for what is happening today and what will grow into even greater and greater nightmare.

I cite Milan Kucan, "I gave money to Serbia and support to Russia because they are bigger than Slovenia and can't loose therefore, but you will do exactly the opposite about 15 years from now when trying to rebuild whatever will be left out of economy...I will be remembered by big nations, and yours is condemned to repeat mistake again as another I will rise to power in the future"...
Mentor of Borut Pahor, Mr Milan Kucan had his parents in Serbia during WWII(were thrown out of the coubntry by neonazi Germany which settled in Slovenian homes of expelled Slovenian people Germans instead) and I can understand his view on Serbian nation in respect to his WWII gratitude to one just as in respect to Slavic bond which should exist between us, but somehow can't accept fact that in his eyes his own small Slovenian nation was/is worth less than those who dropped bombs on one(even came out with tanks on streets of Slovenia and have attacked with planes) in 1991 and tend today(for what he also knew the sacse will be) to escalate situation into full scale war(beyond psychiatry and other forms of assassinations that artificially keep public perception about country on safe distance from what should be recognized internationally as civil underground war - same as is in Ukraine)
I am not fascinated with NEWS about what is happening today in Ukraine and on borders of Bosnia/ Croatia/ Kosovo, but instead what(what type of mentality) brought us into this situation. I will not forget fear of George W. Bush in respect to my case...man suffered heavy insomnia because of one(was under most severe stress whenever asked about my case) and would give just about anything in this world 

You have on your conscious over 10.000 officially recognized corpses in Ukraine alone...how many were in reality murdered and how many expelled from their homes we do not know...for what will follow next, you will be held responsible by your people alone !!! YOUR JUDGEMENT DAY WILL COME !!!

Bye the way, you are creators of nasim/fascism wave which we are facing now across the Europe. It is because of you(if can be done in Ukraine, then why not in other parts of the world - am I correct !!???).

From bbc.com:

Tension escalates after Russia seizes Ukraine naval ships

Russia has fired on and seized three Ukrainian naval vessels off the Crimean Peninsula in a major escalation of tensions between the two countries.

Two gunboats and a tug were captured by Russian forces. A number of Ukrainian crew members were injured.

Each country blames the other for the incident. On Monday Ukrainian MPs are due to vote on declaring martial law.

The crisis began when Russia accused the Ukrainian ships of illegally entering its waters.

The Russians placed a tanker under a bridge in the Kerch Strait - the only access to the Sea of Azov, which is shared between the two countries.

During a meeting of Ukraine's National Security and Defence Council, President Petro Poroshenko described the Russian actions as "unprovoked and crazy".

Russia has requested an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council, which US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley says has been called for 11:00 New York time (16:00 GMT) on Monday.

Tensions have recently risen in the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov off the Crimean peninsula - annexed by Russia in 2014.

How did the crisis unfold?

In the morning, Ukraine's Berdyansk and Nikopol gunboats, and the Yana Kapa tug, tried to sail from the Black Sea port of Odessa to Mariupol in the Sea of Azov.

Ukraine says the Russians tried to intercept the ships, ramming the tug. The vessels continued towards the Kerch Strait, but were prevented by the tanker.
Russia scrambled two fighter jets and two helicopters to the area. It accused the ships of illegally entering its waters and said the traffic had been suspended for security reasons.

The Ukrainian navy later said the boats had been hit and disabled as they tried to leave the area. It said six crew members had been injured.

Russia's FSB later confirmed that one of its patrol boats had used force to seize the three Ukrainian vessels but said only three sailors had been wounded.

Ukraine said it had informed the Russians of its plan to move its ships through the sea to Mariupol.

Blame game
Analysis by Steven Rosenberg, BBC News, Moscow

Tension between Russia and Ukraine has been building for months off Crimea.

Under a 2003 treaty between Moscow and Kiev, the Kerch Strait and the Sea of Azov are shared territorial waters.

But recently there, Russia began inspecting all vessels sailing to or from Ukrainian ports.

The use of force by Russia to seize Ukrainian vessels - with casualties - is a major escalation. But you won't hear Moscow taking the blame.

Under President Vladimir Putin, when Russia has used force before, its line of defence has always been: "We didn't start it." That goes for the Russia-Georgia War of 2008, and the appearance of "Little Green Men" (Russian special forces) in Crimea in 2014, which preceded Moscow's annexation of the peninsula.

So, expect Moscow to pin the blame for what happened on Sunday and for whatever happens next on President Poroshenko's government.

What has the international response been?
The European Union called on Russia to "restore freedom of passage at the Kerch Strait" and urged "all to act with utmost restraint".

Nato said it "fully supports Ukraine's sovereignty and its territorial integrity, including its navigational rights in its territorial waters". It said Russia should "ensure unhindered access to Ukrainian ports in the Azov Sea".

What's the background to this?
The shallow Sea of Azov lies east of Crimea, and south of the Ukrainian regions partially seized by pro-Russian separatists.

The two Ukrainian ports on its northern shore - Berdyansk and Mariupol - are key to exporting grain and produce such as steel, also for importing coal.

The 2003 treaty between Ukraine and Russia guaranteed free navigation to both countries' vessels.

But Russia has recently begun inspecting ships going to or from Ukrainian ports. Earlier this month, the EU warned it would take "targeted measures" to address the issue.

The inspections began soon after Ukraine detained a fishing vessel from Crimea in March. Moscow says they are necessary for security reasons, pointing to a potential threat to the bridge from Ukrainian radicals.

More than 10,000 people have been killed in the eastern Donetsk and Luhansk regions since separatists moved against the Ukrainian state in April 2014.

Ukraine and the West accuse Russia of sending its troops to the region and arming the separatists.

Moscow denies this but says that Russian volunteers are helping the rebels.

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