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It breaks my heart to see these crimes.It goes without saying there “must” be retribution for them.But to send the murderers to the gallows or firing squad is not nearly enough.Those that support and fund them must “pay the price” as well.The retribution needs to be so harsh that they will “never ever” think to do this again.Until that day comes we will never see peace in this World.Its sad it must be so,but it must be.
Uncle Bob, yes I agree…death is too easy and torture is totally immoral. In some way they have to be redeemed by their ‘punishment’ or atonement.
For anyone interested, Russell Bentley “Texas”,in Donetsk ,is working with a new radio station there.Here is a site page talking about the station:
As is always the case with psychotics, especially dictators who are psychopaths like Porky and the rest of the junta and Rada, and a good number of military leaders, their psychosis manifests as obsession.
They are obsessed with Gorlovka. They have shelled it every day of the war. Every day of the cease fire. They care nothing about the losses. Children? Young mothers? Old people? so much the better, the psychotics feel. This is their intention.
And such madness requires the only solution possible. The complete extermination and liquidation of the Kiev regime and the means any subsequent group replacing them would use in their place.
This is self-evident. No Ukie army should be allowed to reform. No tanks, no artillery. No means to shell anyone anywhere.
How to accomplish that without a wider war, more economic sanctions and damage to Russia is the obstacle to conclusive action.
But it will come, it must come.
Russia cannot abide criminals and lunatics next door. It is not only Nazi and Hegemonic ideology that threatens Russia. It is psychotic predation like we see every day in Gorlovka.
I expect the counter-offensive will be the most furious ever seen on the steppes of Donbass.
We are witness to a madness not just unleashed, as was in Yugoslavia, but a psychotic policy paid for and instructed and guided by the worst scum America has ever produced.
It is not enough for Porky to be suspended from a lamp post or tree limb or crane. It is imperative that the Nulands and Bidens and Station Chief and Ambassadors be branded as criminals responsible for this war and all its crimes and horrors. And that goes for the EU and NATO scum parading the globe as “leaders”. Yes, they’ve led. They led the predators to the nurseries and homes of the innocent.
‘I expect the counter-offensive will be the most furious ever seen on the steppes of Donbass.”
I can only Pray you are right.It so needs to happen,and soon.
“It is not enough for Porky to be suspended from a lamp post or tree limb or crane. It is imperative that the Nulands and Bidens and Station Chief and Ambassadors be branded as criminals responsible for this war and all its crimes and horrors. And that goes for the EU and NATO scum parading the globe as “leaders”. Yes, they’ve led. They led the predators to the nurseries and homes of the innocent.”
I”m starting to think that the classification of ‘psychopath’ is an easy out for these scumballs….by them being ‘psychopaths’ they are mentally ill and get off the hook somehow…it is they themselves that are responsible for these acts. And they need to be treated as ‘normal’ people would be…
Not exactly Ann, psychopathy although classified in the DSM -V as behavioral disorder, some authors do not classify it as disease itself but as a way of being. There is talk of a defect in the frontal lobe, where emotions reside, and even “moral idiocy”, but psychopaths never benefit from any medical or psychological treatment because they are impervious to change, which makes them not recoverable. If they fall, for misdiagnosis, in some group therapy, all they do is ruin the therapy to others. They know perfectly well that what they do is wrong and is forbiden by law, not suffer any delusions nor depersonalization, and never, NEVER, repent.
Therefore, this type of “personality” should never be a defense.
Those in the western world, in countries such as Canada, UK, USA and also Israel -those that support the neo-Fascist junta that attacks and murders civilians, particularly the elderly and children in eastern Ukraine, are nothing but despicable filth. Their humanity is nothing but a thin veneer.
Why are people still in Gorlovka? Shouldn’t they be evacuated? One of the drawbacks of Minsk is that the NAF hadn’t driven the Kiev forces out of easy artillery range. This may just a bad break, but why not prepare for it by setting up more refugee facilities somewhere? It has been a long time since Minsk II, so it really shouldn’t be a surprise.
The problem with that is two-fold.One, its a city of several hundred thousand people.How could the Novorossians provide a decent life for that many people for possibly months or even years in refugee camps (see Palestine for examples of that).And second if you remove everyone from the border areas you are helping to ethnically cleanse yourself.The Ukie’s get their wish “a Russian-frei land”.So no, the answer isn’t to create more refugee’s the answer is to crush the Ukie forces and drive them from all Donetsk and Lugansk (to start with).
One temporary answer might be to locate all the Ukie prisoners in those areas working on rebuilding projects.And then announce in Banderastan if they want to be responsible for killing their own soldiers keep the shelling up.That wouldn’t of course bother the junta any.But the families of those prisoners might not like that.And might take their anger over it directly to Poroshenko personally.
Your answer means to not go with Minsk. Also, it is not a question of Novorossiya paying for something. They are just a proxy for Russia. The whole thing is up to the Kremlin. Both sides in the war are proxies.
Remember though,I’ve never thought Minsk was a good deal.I understand the arguments I hear in favor of it.But my inner-self says those are wishful thinking.And stories like Anna’s just show me more that I was right.
Paul II – that’s ridiculous..to move the prisoners into the line of fire is against Minsk ? You’re full of nonsense…and that its all Putin’s fault again…you’re a troll
You completely misinterpreted his statement, I believe. He is stating Minsk should not have been agreed to then. That makes him a troll? Seems to be your retort to any who do not support your beliefs. He is completely on point when it comes to proxies. The sacrificial lambs.
Anon…Uncle Bob’s fantastic idea of just moving POW’s into Gorlovka and so the Ukies would be bombing ‘their own’ and Paul2 said that would be against Minsk…? that’s being trollish….
And then to bring in the Kremlin, as if this fight is their fault….that’s trollish too. I’m a big supporter of Putin and his people in the Kremlin…and I mean his people…not Medvedev and whoever is running that guy…
Bob said the answer is to crush the Kiev forces and drive them out of Donetsk and Lugansk. That is against the idea of Minsk. You are taking his idea of putting POWs near the front as what I was referring to, and I consider that to be of lesser importance than his big picture point. Anyway, your dispute should be with Bob because he is against Minsk, and thus against Putin’s plans. I actually thought stalling for time in various means, such as Minsk, was reasonable. However, I thought the NAF needed a bit more territory (to limit artillery fire) or the Russian government needed to create a program to move people from the front away. What is trollish about this view? Besides, I don’t blame Putin for the fact that the Russian establishment and Kremlin are full of people who oppose Putin. That is no secret, and this blog used to talk about that a fair bit.
As for putting POWs near the front, doesn’t that violate normal laws of war? Wouldn’t the West make a big deal of it?
And I disagree with Ann about whether the whole thing is up to the Kremlin. I think it is, at least from the Novorossiyan/Russian side, and this view is likely the normal one in both Russian and Donbass society. It is a proxy war, and the personalities in the proxy have limited meaning.
The ATO is a war of Ethnic Cleansing. The Resistance is inherently a defensive war, not a retreat to safe places.
Empty cities and towns are easily overrun with armor. The fact that people live in the locales, though they are bombarded, is a barrier to complete loss of the town. See Shyrokyne, a village that had no people left in it, bombarded by both sides in order to win it, but ultimately, a graveyard for militia when it became a free-fire zone.
This war is very difficult because people live in the battle zones. But it would be more beneficial to the Ukie style and capacity if a zone is empty of civilians. Look at the Donetsk airport and Peski village area. Free fire zone for a year, dystopian environment.
It seems counter-intuitive. But not if you are fighting for your land. That’s the issue.
you explained that well, making it anything but counter-intuitive.
I try very hard to imagine myself into the brave people there (would I be so brave, I hope so) and feel very strongly that you wouldn’t want to give up on your home unless you were literally driven out.
And making an area Russian-fee would be a great mistake.
Brave people you have there in your country. Could contemporary Western Europeans be so brave, or Americans? I doubt it.
As a German-born woman, I feel particularly bad about seeing Russians having to go through that sh** all over again. When I see the old women who remember my people ravaging through Russia, I just want to keep crying.
I saw a picture of a woman of approx. my own age (67) about a year or two ago, sitting in her cellar sheltering and surrounded by all her preserves for the winter. So much love, care and work goes into that, I know. There she sat, comforted by her pillows, looking totally devastated. I just had to think of myself there, in that desperate position because I’m quite “old-fashioned” for a Westerner and also preserve for the winter. I could identify so much with her. Poor woman, poor people, my heart cries out for them.
It is actually very simple. The unconstitutional government in Kiev could simply stop the war. There is war because they choose it!
so you mean if Russians were to somehow magically “invaded” USA all the way to your neighborhood ( like to old Red Dawn movie), and keep shelling you and your family, you will just go away? is that it?
Alan, because of the set up on the threads…unless you name the person you’re directing your comment to…other readers don’t understand your comment….
Dear God Above – to see America supporting this carnage!. What has the country come to? What sort of people are sitting around in that country, watching their tv’s and saying nothing?
My partner and I have recently informed American companies we were dealing that we will no longer deal with anything or anyone American. We are “”boycotting” America and Israel. We are only us. But it’s all we can do. If more people around the world would do this, maybe the sleeping sheeple who can vote and take to the streets in America would wake up and do something to stop the psychopaths currently ruling them.
My thoughts and prayers go out to Anna, and all the others like here who are suffering the same way.
Very good thinking, right action.
I once stated a simple proposition: if everyone (or at least most people) in the world stop eating in McDonalds, Kentucky Fried Chicken, etc, and stop drinking Coca/Pepsi Cola products ( which is, in any case, harmful to one’s health ) it would be the true beginning of the end of banksters.
You are having a daydream. Those american citizens, like myself, who vehemently oppose the actions of our government, who speak out against its evil intentions, who do not see our government as legitimate or as one that represents our nations or humanities best interests are in reality almost powerless. You believe we exist under a democratic, representative regime. Our votes mean nothing. Our elections are rigged and are stolen when the candidate chosen by the multi-national elites fails to win; do you remember the bush vs. gore fiasco. Do you see any way a third party can win an election here? See our history as it actually was and is. The american fantasy as described in history books is a fraud. The will of the people matters for nothing. Our forces are among the most evil and vile on the planet. We can take to the streets all we want, it will be nothing but an exercise in futility. Demonstrations will be suppressed quite violently. Our constitutional rights have been taken away. Law preventing our military from acting against our own are eliminated. Nothing short of mass, violence can possibly induce change. The majority here are anti-war. So what. And finally, the citizenry of your european partners are no less guilty of putting on the blinders. How about those in Canada, Australia, New Zealand? So stop the singling out. Do I see mass demonstrations in Russia, the nation I most support, against global capitalism? No, I do not. The majority there support the wall street gangsters as much as we. By your life styles. It’s not just the empires citizens who should be in the streets
Another example of the junta’s “heroes” at work:
“Drunken Ukrainian Troops Shoot Donbass Beachgoers… Just for Fun”
The residents of Novgorodskoe in Donbass planned on spending a warm August day on the beach, but unfortunately fell target to Ukrainian troops, who were shooting locals for pleasure, local wire agency Novosti Donbassa reported.
“Troops attacked the security guard of the pond and broke his ribs. They were shooting the people from the opposite side of the pond with submachine guns! Beachgoers with children were running in all directions!” information agency Regnum quoted local residents as writing about the accident on the social networks.
The military command has detained three shooters, Regnum reported. They all appeared to be drunk while shooting and the main reason for opening fire was allegedly for their own pleasure.
No injuries or casualties were reported.
The authorities of Dzerzhinsk, the nearest city to Novgorodskoe settlement, along with local military command have held an urgent meeting over shooting incident. The members of the OSCE monitoring group also attended the meeting, Novosti Donbassa reported.
According to social media reports, the local residents are concerned over possible reopening of military operations in the area on the upcoming weekend. Officials recommended the citizens from Dzerzhinsk outskirts to leave their homes for the next couple of days.
This is not the first accident in Donbass, involving the Ukrainian troops. On the August, 9, a soldier, driving a truck struck and killed the boy from the village of Georgiyevka in the former Donetsk Region.
Read more: http://sputniknews.com/europe/20150815/1025782029.html#ixzz3iuPtuQWD
Just like the drunken AFU driver that killed a child…no trial…given a medal to go back to the front….article today stating usa army soldiers have been photographed fighting in AFU and are given identity papers of dead ukr soldiers….so as not to give themselves away..Stephen Cohen article sputnik saying usa and kiev definitely trying to get rid of Donbass out of Ukraine,that usa is sliding into a vietnam type war in ukraine.
Aug 14 Tass opinions/814479. Experts considered usa to keep conflict at russias door,will not include dnr/lnr in ukraines political space and will so crush them by force….
This is another story about Western soldiers fighting with the Ukie’s.Warning though, the pictures are extremely graphic there of 200’s :
Found another story at Fort Russ
pointing to Grover Furr and his videos. Now I’m watching https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uPY0O3HN3rA which was on the links to the right of the Video about his ‘Khruschev Lied’ book.
He does research Stalin and USSR and is saying the history has been grossly distorted by anti-communists.
I also found a web site http://www.stalinsociety.org/ which looks interesting.
I don’t have any facts to amount to anything now, but I like the prospect of seeing the other side from what has been the massive anti-communist propaganda and dysinformation barrage I’ve been immersed in by living in the US empire.
He has a web site at https://msuweb.montclair.edu/~furrg/
The wikipedia page https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grover_Furr says
‘He was listed by David Horowitz as one of the “101 most dangerous academics in America.”‘
and that;s a pretty good recommendation for him.
Thanks, blue. I am always interested in Stalin ( “Koba” for comrades ) from whom there is much to learn. Perhaps, one day, we will know the true…..
I saw an interesting Poll from Russia (I think it was on Fort Russ,I didn’t save the link ) showed that 52% of people today had a positive view on Stalins achievements. It appears the more the West becomes fascist, the more the people remember fondly the greatest fascist destroyer.A few more Western attacks on Russia and Stalin will end up with Putin’s approval numbers.
From I know about Stalin he was a monstrous tyrant — but the problem is that I don’t really know what I ‘know’ because all I’ve heard could be total fabrication, like the crap I’ve heard about the US all my life (although I doubt he was an angel either).
I’ve lived my life in the Land of Lies (but don’t know if USSR, Russia, or other countries are much better, with any certainty). So to be honest, if asked what I know about Stalin, or even USSR, I have say ‘almost nothing’ — and I’m too old and don’t have the time, energy, or resources to do the needed research to find out. What I do know is that nothing the US and empire says can be trusted, and that implies the same for almost everyone living in and growing up within that matrix — and that I loathe the US with great disgust.
what you alluded to is true, we don’t really know how much of what we “know” as history is really the truth. However, currently there is one big difference: in the USA and many parts of Europe, people truly still believe their own MSM, while people from ex-communist countries, as well as China, have a more skeptical view of their own press due to their recent history. What I mean to say is that majority of people in the West have full faith in their media ( which turns out to be just propaganda sources), while Rest Of World citizens have a healthy dose of skepticism with their own media.
I’d say Stalin was certainly a dictator.And many bad,tragic,things happened under his rule.But I also think the question should be asked,if some of them were because he had no good choice.Also,there were many accomplishments during his rule.His policies (humane or not) made the USSR an industrial superpower.He accomplished what no Russian Empire ruler had ever been able to do (bring a nation of peasants to become a modern industrial state).He also,even with many mistakes,and through great cost,saved the USSR (and the World) from fascism.And defeated,not single-handedly.But also not far from it,the greatest military invasion in history.Those are the accomplishments that are admired in today’s Russia.People aren’t thinking they want a Stalin back.But are saying they want a man strong enough to do the “heavy-lifting” to reform the economy and give Russia the protection she needs.And the one man in modern Russian/Soviet history able to do those two things was Stalin.Which accounts for his approval ratings in Russia.
“My grandpa, Katasonov Vyacheslav Andreevich, was imprisoned in 1937, he was a director of Kemerovo school in Kuzbass. For what – is a big mystery, but he told me that Stalin was good.
I said, “Granpa, why, you have been jailed under Stalin!”
He explained, and unfortunately many people today don’t understand what was happening:
“Valya, don’t you understand, there was a civil war. Only the textbooks say that the Civil war ended in 1922. In reality it only ended with the beginning of the Great Patriotic War. Beyond the Urals practically the entire party leadership were the Trotskyists. Therefore beyond the Urals the prisoners were mostly Stalin’s supporters. And here – the Trotskyists and the representatives of the new opposition. It was a kind of a Civil war.”
This is why many of those jailed in the Stalin Gulag believe that they have been jailed for their support of Stalin.
Beyond the Urals, the secretaries of governorates [governors – ed] were almost all Trotskyists….”
Fort Russ commenter Dasa Jarosava writes:
“It is true. And trotskyists were the worse of the two evils. The “normal” communists (or stalinists) at that time were the smaller evil…..
One of the divides between the Stalinists and the Trotskyites was that Stalinists said you could have “socialism in one country” while Trotskyites demanded “worldwide socialist revolution”
(which was true to what Marx thought). But since the Trotskyites soured on socialist revolution, they transferred their allegiance to “worldwide democratic revolution,” hence their eagerness to
export the democratic revolution everywhere and have the U.S. intervene militarily in the affairs of sovereign nations….
The interesting thing is that Stalin actually opposed the NWO. Contrary to expectations of the West, he saved Russia. That is not to say that he wasn’t a tyrant. He was. He was a kind of a new emperor of Russia. But he saved Russia from NWO at that time. First, the Western bankers expected that Hitler would destroy Russia (the main obstacle of NWO). It did not happen. Then Washington again sought to impose a post-war New World Order, but Stalin prevented it. Russia has become the perennial disappointment for the West: Russia, in whatever political forms it has existed, good or bad, has become an obstacle for the plans of those seeking to impose a uniform system upon humanity.
Moreover, you attempt to judge times, which are long gone. The times with absolutely different conditions. Russia was a very poor, backward country (which could easily be destroyed at that time), but Stalin turned it into an industrial superpower. That is objective reality. People often fear the past, because they fear that it may somehow come back, but it does not work this way. There cannot be another Stalin, because we live in different times. In the same way, the communism cannot ever come back, as we now live in a very different world than then. All those who cling to the past (either in fear of it or wanting it to repeat) don’t understand reality. There are very different things to fear now, the past is not one of them.
Unfortunately, it is this exact irrational fear of the past, which is now used by the NWO elites to gain more and more control of the world. People cling to fears from the past and it prevents them from seeing the real dangers of today.
The same example is when they prohibit the use of the Confederation flag in the USA, because it allegedly is a symbol of “slavery.” But it is just an abuse of emotions and attempt to provoke conflict and division (so that those, who rule, have more control). It is much easier to control divided people, fearful of the past, hating each other because of some things, which happened long ago.”
“Grover Furr” seems to be in fashion just now also in the MSM. What a coincidence.
Don’t know what you mean. I just googled on him and found no MSM stories, although a few hits from when he published the book last year.
It looks to me like you are trolling.
Regarding Texas, the American in Donbass:
He’s out of the militia and into the Information wars on behalf of the people of Donbass.
Happy to see that Anna Tuv is better and strong enough to tell their story to anyone willing to listen. Her case really impressed me. I’m glad that people are supporting them and I hope she will rebuild her life and be happy. She is very young and very beautiful. I send her, her babies and family a big hug. We do not forget you.
Watching the video of the lost babies brought the other day in his Sitrep by Baaz, I thought that these babies have been born during the war and how horrible is that these angels have known nothing more than war.
God bless them and all the people in Donbass.
People in Us-Uk-Eu-canada who support the nazi in kiev, or by their moral laziness do not do anything to stop them, are FIRST class criminals; where there is the will to harm others, and lack of repentence, humans change to SUB-HUMANS in so far as they loose their divine resemblance.
Is this the family who the Israeli-American nazi proxies shelled their home that the American volunteer “Texas” described in video that was posted here a while ago?
HI BT…The mother in that family had lost her arm to her elbow. That’s a pretty sure way to identify her.
Yes, this documentary is due to “Texas” … he’s sitting right beside her in the last shot of the trailer.
How sad…yes how sweet she is. It is her that lost her arm.