Wednesday, April 10, 2019

More likely Hitler #2 - not communist as he depicts himself as

Communists worldwide should look closely into this Russian spook and Russian communism as there is nothing communist about the two. He is using even Nazi language when referring to Ukrainian military(calls them bandits just as Germans used to call partisans in WW2).
As far as Russian occupation of Donbas and Crimea, I don't see much happening lately. Ukrainian journalist Sentsev starved to death(117 days on starvation) and almost a hollyday mode alike presidential elections. 

Nobody sees him or whatever needs to be done to get country back together(FORGOTTEN). Sad situation, but nothing in this world is a coincidence.

Here is how tiny and unarmed Croats solved their problem with Serbian aggression when 1/3 of the country was occupied. But Croatian president acted very very different as well. Whatever...

The head of the Russian Communist Party says the conflict in eastern Ukraine will not end until the unrecognized republics of Donetsk and Lugansk become parts of the Russian Federation.
As far as Donbass is concerned, in Putin’s place I would accept it as part of Russia without any delay. First thing, we should recognize the Donetsk and Lugansk republics [as independent states] like it has happened with South Ossetia and Abkhazia. This would end all this banditry very fast,” Gennady Zyuganov said during a press conference following the recent Russian election.

This is not normal when they have regular artillery raids on Donetsk and many other towns and settlements. Our compatriots and friends live there. Donbass was built by the whole Soviet country,” the Communist Party leader said. 
The Donetsk and Lugansk republics are two regions in southeastern Ukraine which declared independence in 2014 after a violent coup led to the removal of the democratically-elected president in Kiev. In 2015, the Donbass republics and the government in Kiev signed the Minsk Accords – a plan for conflict settlement with guarantees from Russia and the OSCE. The plan envisages a ceasefire and withdrawal of heavy weaponry from the conflict zone – conditions that, according to Donbass officials, have been repeatedly violated by the Ukrainian side.
The situation in Donbass was aggravated on August 31 when the head of the Donetsk Republic, Aleksandr Zakharchenko, was killed in a bomb blast, which local security blamed on pro-Kiev saboteurs.
Vladimir Putin’s press secretary, Dmitry Peskov, said last week that the latest developments in Donbass seriously decreased the chances for cooperation between the Russian and Ukrainian presidents.

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