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Ukraine SITREP February 11th, 2016 by Scott

Ukraine 1. Ukrainian oligarch Firtash: Ukraine is being ruled by foreigners. The US governance of Ukraine has been proven to be ineffective and turned the country into a political bankrupt. [source] 2. Washington via Kiev junta is blocking Transnistria [source] 3. Junta in Kiev forcefully mobilizes people from Donbass into its military. Now, even women are being mobilized [source] 4. Another documentary about the Kiev coup: Maidan Massacre [source] [source]

Ukraine SITREP February 4th 2016, by Scott

The war to topple Russia’s government enters its third year. In the 30 days of January 2016 the following events took place: • On January 15, Nuland met with Kremlin advisor Vyacheslav Surkov as speculated to deliver a nuclear strike threat. [source] • Prior to the Zurich meeting between Lavrov and Kerry, the Russian flag behind Kerry was hung upside-down by US staff sending a very clear signal. According to

Germany SITREP February 2nd, 2016 by C.

It will not come as a surprise that the news in Germany have been dominated by the events of New Year’s Eve in particular and the migrant crisis in general. In Cologne but also in other German and European cities women reportedly have been the victims of coordinated attacks by mobs of foreigners. Reportedly the attacks were mainly sexual assaults or rape and/or robbery. The police was reportedly unable to

Ukraine SITREP January 29th 2016 by Scott

Some time ago, I found myself lost in the middle of Appalachian Mountains. I’m considered to be a generally decent driver, especially when it comes to golf carts. Mountains and golf courses are not very dissimilar. In both locations occasionally, you might run over a seedy, balding, middle-aged hog. My GPS system was stuck on the “no signal” mode. The map showed only one road over the bridge and across

Ukraine and World SITREP January 23rd, 2016 by Baaz

Ukraine 1. [source] A Secret Deal for Ukraine? 1/19/16: Stephen F. Cohen, 2. [source] Poroshenko’s ’Bluff’ and Crimea Blockade by Halyna Mokrushyna 3. [Source] Poroshenko and Biden Coordinate Actions for Donbass Elections 4. [source] Ukraine: In Search of Brainstorm Solutions to Conflict by Arina Tsukanova On January 15, Russian President’s aide Vladislav Surkov and Victoria Nuland, the US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, held consultations on

Ukraine Turkey and ISIS Overview SITREP 2015 – 2016

Turkey turned into a geopolitical hotspot after brutally shooting down the Russian SU-24, flying anti-terrorist mission over the North Syria on November 24th 2015. • Is Turkey Waging War on Russia in Crimea, the Caucasus, and Central Asia? …. Sputnik News Interviews Saker • Why is the US Hanging Turkey Out to Dry? …. article by Andrew Korybko • Russia reacts to Turkey’s attack SITREP November 29, 2015 by Scott

World SITREP January 8th, 2016 by Baaz

This week reviews, analyses and news Europe 1. [Source] State of emergency: the gravediggers of the French Republic 2. [Source] Oil and the ISIS: Another US-NATO War on Libya is Imminent by Stephen Lendman 3. [Source] Kosovo: NATO’s Success Story? by DAN GLAZEBROOK 4. [Source] SERBIA’S CHANCE FOR FREEDOM Slavisa Batko Milacic 5. [Source] Serbia: President Nikolic attends Orthodox Christmas service led by Patriarch Irinej 6. [Source] Hilarious Christmas greeting

Ukraine SITREP January 6th, 2016 by Scott

Happy New Year to everyone! Friends – Happy 2016! Fascists and banderivets – happy 1945! Pro-globalists liberals, and comprador politicians – happy 1937! Members of the Parliaments – 1917! The international backdrop for this week Ukraine SITREP Twitter is full of loaded statements of the Western “experts” on a subject of Russia naming the US a “threat” in its new National Security Strategy. No, Russia’s New National Security Strategy Doesn’t

Ukraine SITREP January 1st, 2016 by Scott

History teaches us that millions years of evolution can be easily reversed by a meteor or maidan. Today, January 1th, 2016 is the first day without a free trade agreement between Russia and Ukraine. As I have already wrote here, Russia was occupied by the US in the 1990s and forced to support Ukraine to the extent of $100bln annually. Apparently, it’s all ending now. Ukraine finally gets its full

Germany SITREP December 31st, 2015 by C.

2015 Year End Wrap-up I would like to start with a brief apology. I am sorry that I have not posted a sitrep in quite some time. My grandfather, who I love very much, has died recently. And I did not really have the time to write, and when I did have the time, I did not really find the necessary peace of mind. I would also like to thank

War in Syria and the Middle East SITREP December 25th, 2015 by Rambo

The Western hemisphere may be slowing down due to the Christmas season but the wars in the Middle East still rage on. It seems that the wars don’t take into consideration Georgian calendar holidays. Syria, Russia: • A Russian naval submarine operating in the Mediterranean fired Kalibr cruise missiles against ISIL command centers inside Syria. [Source][Source] • The submarine was an improved version of the Kilo-class (Project 636-M) featuring improved

SITREP Crimea 13.12.15 by Auslander

by Auslander Electric supply from the mainland is now a fact. The first power cable from the nuclear power plant in Krasnodar Krai was put in operation a little over a week ago. The amount of electricity provided by this cable is, depending on who you listen to, 200 to 225 megawatts. Last night, 11.12.15, the second cable from Krasnodar Krai was put in operation, this resulting in temporary power

Ukraine SITREP December 13th, 2015 by Scott

It’s been over a month since my last Ukraine SITREP. and the Saker’s Ukraine SITREP covering the latest “democratic” elections in Ukraine. Nothing has changed since then. It seems that Ukraine experiences Groundhog Day over and over again. Even worse, since Russia has commenced its fight against ISIS in the Middle East, since the beginning of the Middle Eastern and African refugee crisis in Europe, since the Paris terror attack

Syria and the Middle East SITREP November 23rd, 2015 by Rambo

The Middle East Wars It’s been an eventful two weeks without doubt. By now we all know that France has been attacked by Islamic State fighters, a mixture of EU citizens and refugees. The toll has been somewhat significant, claiming the lives of 130 and injuring over 300. Bombs went off and gunmen went on a carnage through the streets of Paris, taking hostages along the way. The aftermath and

Latin America SITREP November 14th, 2015 by Jack

Increasingly, left-wing commentators are writing pieces that are not only critical of the ‘Pink Tide’, but that point to its reversal. Personally, I think we should remember that the Right has not won an election against a Left incumbent this century. Elections in Argentina (later this month) and Venezuela (early next month) may change that. Contents: Upcoming Elections: Venezuela Mid-term, Second Round Argentina Election Results: Belize News: El Salvador: FMLN

Syria SITREP November 8th, 2015 by John Rambo

Before I get to this SITREP I’d like to note the Middle East right now is dealing with highly unusual weather. Storm after storm, and fallouts from the storms in the region have created torrential rains and flash floods everywhere. Areas like Gaza, Yemen, Jordan, Egypt, parts of Iraq and Saudi Arabia are all witnessing strange and out-of-place weather. Basically if an area is adjacent to a river or the

Syria SITREP November 2nd, 2015 by Scott

November 3, 2015 – News Alert: Syrian Army and Hezbollah Enter Rebel Stronghold in Southern Aleppo [source] It has been a long and arduous journey for the Syrian Arab Army’s 4th Mechanized Division and Hezbollah in southern Aleppo, but it appears their persistency and patience has officially paid off, as they captured the eastern entrance of Al-Hadher after intense firefights with the Islamist rebels from Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham, Harakat Nouriddeen

Yemen Libya Egypt Israel SITREP October 31st, 2015 by John Rambo

Yemen: • Yemen has never been a stable country, even prior to the Arab Spring. • Currently the war is between the Houthis (supported by Iran) in the north against Hadi-loyalists (supported by Saudi-Arabia and co.) in the south and ISIL/AQAP in the east. • The Arab Spring allowed Houthi Shias in the north of Yemen to mobilize just like the rest of the region. • Al-Qaeda in the Arabian

Ukraine SITREP November 9th, 22:25 UTC/Zulu: A creeping conflict

There is an interesting word in Russian: вялотекущий.  It can be translated as “creeping” or “sluggish”.  It is composed of the word вяло which means “lethargically”, or “torpidly” or “apathetic” and текущий which means to flow, to progress.  This word comes to my mind when looking at the war in the Ukraine, it is progressing towards some kind of worsening, but it does so in a slouching, slowly creeping way.Novorussian

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