‘I rigged parliament votes for President Poroshenko’ – fugitive Ukrainian MP
The president of Ukraine is personally involved in large-scale corruption, alleges a fugitive MP who claims to have rigged votes in the parliament by bribing fellow lawmakers with bags-full of cash on behalf of Petro Poroshenko. The money used to buy votes had been embezzled from the state coffers and even includes funds provided to Ukraine by the International Money Fund, Aleksandr Onishchenko said in a Skype interview to Russian TV. “The credits received from the IMF [were stolen]. There were so many contracts to pay inflated prices in budgetRead More
Ukrainian nationalist leader: “ISIS is our ally in the struggle against Russia
A Ukrainian nationalist, leader of the “Brotherhood,” Dmitry Korchinsky proposed to offer asylum to ISIS terrorists in Kiev, the former head of UNA-UNSO [Ukrainian National Assembly – Ukrainian People’s Self-defense] wrote on his social network page. According to Korchinsky, SSU (Security Service of Ukraine) must see ISIS as “allies in the struggle with Russia.”+ “At the G20 summit leaders of Western countries were talking to the Moscow terrorist, like he’s a human, asking him to bomb ISIS positions. That is, their attitude towards the terrorists is pragmatic.+ Ukrainian security services alsoRead More
Is Mikheil Saakashvili Planning a New Revolution in Ukraine?
Russian media report that Saakashvili is accusing Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko of condoning corruption in Ukraine, and is forming his own party to challenge the country’s established elite Former Georgian President and ex-Governor of the Odessa Regional Administration Mikheil Saakashvili has said that he is ready to correct the “historical mistake” made after the Ukrainian revolutions of 2004 and 2014, “when the victorious powers were not able to fully replace the elite,” according to Russian business daily Kommersant, which did not specify the origin of the comments, though it appeared to beRead More
Scandalous Poll: 84% of Ukrainians want Putin as their president
The Ukrainian publication Nedelya.UA conducted a poll among its readers asking the following question: “Which politician would you entrust with the governance of your country?” The survey was participated in by 41,600 readers and showed the following figures: 84% (34,900) of Ukrainian respondents want to see Vladimir Putin as president of Ukraine. In second place with 5% (2,000) was Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko. Third place with 2% (820) was claimed by Xi Jinping and fourth, also with 2% (708) was leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia, Vladimir Zhirinovsky.Read More
Scared Ukrainian Interior Minister Scrambling to Delete Facebook Posts Attacking Trump
These Washington-backed lackeys are shaking in their boots right now Hard times have come for the Ukrainian political leadership with Donald Trump’s win in the US presidential election. For example, Ukraine’s Minister of Internal Affairs, Arsen Avakov, was pushed to delete a Facebook post (created on July 31), calling Donald Trump a ‘dangeroous misfit’ because of Trump’s attitude over the Russian peninsula of Crimea. Avavok also deleted a high number of posts written between July 27 and August 17. In coming months, the Kiev authorities that had clearly supported Hillary ClintonRead More
Ukrainians in Shock as ‘Revolutionary’ Political Elite’s Riches Revealed
Now that Kiev politicians have been forced to publicly declare their wealth, Ukrainians are outraged by the clear excesses displayed by the country’s elite .As Ukrainians suffer under an economic crisis, public officials have been forced to disclose their personal fortunes online as part of anti-corruption efforts. When the Economy Ministry says that in some areas around 60 percent of the economy is in the shadows, then this is accounted for by the volume of cash registered by civil servants, officials and lawmakers,” said Taras Kachka, deputy executive director atRead More
Russian MH17 Documentary: Ukraine and West Are Guilty
We couldn’t agree more. It is now quite clear that the Ukrainians shot the plane down, possibly in collusion with Western intelligence agencies. The orchestrated media campaign unleashed after the incident is damning enough on its own, and will rank as one of the most shameful media shams of all time – Goebbels, William Randolph Hearst, and the Spanish-American war included. .
Ukraine Becoming Poorest Country in Europe Amid IMF-Mandated Austerity
Starting in 2017, Ukraine will have the lowest official salaries in Europe, according to calculations by lawmaker Oleksander Vilkul. Meanwhile, Ukrainian politicians and economists have begun investigating the conditions attached to the IMF’s recent $1 billion loan tranche, and are discovering that more austerity reforms are the order of the day.Taking to the podium in Ukraine’s parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, Vilkul complained that for ordinary Ukrainians, “life is getting worse and worse. A good example of this is the genocidal budget for 2017: The minimum wage of $60 [1,550 hryvnia]Read More
Ukraine’s Orange Princess – Yulia Tymoshenko: ‘Life was better before the Maidan Revolution’
The ‘Orange Princess’, ex-PM of Ukraine and political prisoner under the deposed President comes to the conclusion that life was better before the Maidan Revolution of Dignity History seems to be going in circles. Back in the 1970s – early 1980s – the vast majority of Soviet citizens were ashamed to live in their country, ruled by Leonid Brezhnev, a senile asthmatic pronouncing endless inaudible speeches, basking in praise, bending under the weight of decorations awarded to him by his Politburo peers or leaders of ‘friendly’, or ‘brotherly’ countries. BrezhnevRead More
Who Started the War in East Ukraine Anyway?
.I thoroughly recommend the latest podcast on Sean’s Russia Blog, in which Sean Guillory interviews Baylor University professor Serhiy Kudelia about the origins of the war in Donbass. You can listen to it here. For those of you who don’t have the spare time to listen to the whole thing, here are some key points. Many local officials helped the separatists in the early stages of the uprising, including helping to organize the referendums in Donetsk and Lugansk provinces in May 2014. In ‘the absence of the state’, which had collapsedRead More
Ukrainian radicals attack Russian Embassy on eve of parliamentary election
Overnight a group of some 20 radical Ukrainian nationalists, attacked the Russian Embassy in Kiev with fireworks. The embassy is bracing itself for potential trouble on election day. The attack happened at about 1:00am on Saturday morning, a diplomatic source told TASS news agency. “Unidentified individuals threw a smoke stick at the embassy’s territory and shot fireworks at the building,”the source said, adding that the attackers failed to ignite anything. A radical nationalist group called S14, or Sich, claimed responsibility for the night attack. The group used to be aRead More
Ukrainian president to be soon questioned over Euromaidan crimes
Investigators of the Ukrainian Prosecutor General’s Office will soon summon President Pyotr Poroshenko for questioning over Euromaidan crimes, Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko said Wednesday. “The questioning has been delayed. I think it will take place soon,” Lutsenko said when asked when the head of state will be questioned as an eyewitness. Earlier, Radical Party leader Oleg Lyashko, Interior Minister Arsen Avakov, Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council Secretary Alexander Turchinov and Verkhovna Rada Speaker Andrey Paruby were questioned. In November 2013, the Ukrainian government announced that the signing of theRead More
Kiev losing Western support against Russia: Ukrainian president
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says it is now difficult for his government to gather Western support in its confrontation with Russia, which Kiev and its allies accuse of having a hand in the crisis gripping eastern Ukraine. Addressing the parliament on Tuesday, Poroshenko said “Ukraine will continue to need strong international support in the fight against Russian aggression.” He added, however, that “securing this support is becoming increasingly difficult for our diplomats due to different objective and subjective factors.” He also said the internal strength of Europe was being testedRead More
Orlando Bloom visits children in war torn Donbass region
Actor Orlando Bloom, a goodwill ambassador for UNICEF, visited the town of Slovyansk in the Donbass region of Ukraine. After the violent coup in Kiev, new self-proclaimed regime sent its troops to Donbass region to submit locals to the new regime. Many locals formed self-defense groups to stand up to the new illegal regime. Ukrainian army and nationalist battalions, after several months of shelling Slovyansk, finally captured the town. As a result of the shelling many buildings, including schools, are destroyed. Today, Ukrainian regime is still of the offensive, tryingRead More
South-East Ukraine: Crisis Diary (Unique Documentary Shot by Ordinary People
South-East Ukraine: Crisis Diary (Unique Documentary Shot by Ordinary People) While Crimea has already had a referendum, the situation in other Ukrainian regions is still unstable. People want their voices to be heard and are demanding a vote. RT managed to get footage from people living in various cities in southeastern Ukraine. Many of the videos and interviews you will see in this film have never been shown on television. .
Leaked memo proves George Soros ruled Ukraine in 2014, minutes from “Breakfast with US Ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt”
The power and control that George Soros held over Ukraine after the Maidan is beyond belief. We noted in a previous post how important Ukraine was to George Soros, with documents from DC Leaks that show Soros, and his Open Society NGO, scouring the Greek media and political landscape to push the benefits of his Ukraine coup upon a Russian leaning Greek society. Now more documents, in the massive 2,500 leaked tranche, show the immense power and control Soros had over Ukraine immediately following the illegal Maidan government overthrow. Soros and his NGORead More