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BeitragVerfasst am: Fr Feb 27, 2015 20:21:14 
Titel: man kann nur hoffen,
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dass diesen Herrn Putin der Schlag bald trifft, oder sich ein paar beherzte Kreml Insider ein Herz nehmen und diesen Herrn Putin, was weiss ich wohin, befördern…

hoffentlich bald…





http://www.themoscowtimes.com/news/article/putin-establishes-new-polite-people-day-in-russia-/516675.html

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Victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror, victory however long and hard the road may be; for without victory, there is no survival.
Winston Churchill


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BeitragVerfasst am: Di März 03, 2015 23:33:47 
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BeitragVerfasst am: Mi März 04, 2015 09:35:24 
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http://bazonline.ch/ausland/europa/Russland-will-einen-neuen-Kalten-Krieg-/story/27054194
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BeitragVerfasst am: Di März 10, 2015 21:32:39 
Titel: war von Anfang an klar...
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http://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2015-03/putin-krim-annexion

http://www.themoscowtimes.com/news/article/putin-says-plan-to-take-crimea-hatched-before-referendum/517169.html

http://www.faz.net/aktuell/politik/ausland/europa/jahrestag-der-krim-annexion-die-befohlene-landnahme-13473235.html
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BeitragVerfasst am: Mo März 16, 2015 08:46:18 
Titel: Rogue State
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http://www.themoscowtimes.com/news/article/putin-russia-was-ready-for-nuclear-confrontation-over-crimea/517435.html
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BeitragVerfasst am: Fr März 20, 2015 21:35:05 
Titel: Die Krim
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ist nach wie vor völkerrechtlich in Teil der Ukraine…

völlig egal was die Putinisten da daher schwurblen…

klar, Putin & Co bedrohen in der Frage Europe und den Rest der Welt nuklear…

diese perverse Drohung sollte man kontern von Seiten Europas..

ist doch unvorstellbar, dass sich Europe von einer hochkriminellen Gang (Diebe und Mörder) im Kreml nuklear erpressen lässt...

man sollte mit der Bande im Kreml keine "Dialog" mehr pflegen, sondern die Gangsterergang im Kreml ins Nirvana sanktionieren..zusätzllich zu militärischen Drohungen…dann wäre der ganze Putinspuk schneller beendent also so manche Leut bei uns meinen..

aber dazu braucht es "Eier"….





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Crimea Is Still Ukraine

The Russian annexation has robbed Ukrainian citizens on the peninsula of the right to live in their own state.

By PETRO POROSHENKO

March 19, 2015 4:40 p.m. ET

One year ago, the Ukrainian territory of Crimea was illegally annexed by our neighbor and partner at the time, the Russian Federation. One year ago, as Russian special forces sacked the regional parliament and silenced dissenting voices, a farce referendum was held to position Moscow’s land grab behind a facade of legitimacy.

I myself witnessed the illegal and shameful occupation, and never will I forget or excuse it. When I visited the Crimean capital of Simferopol to help negotiate a settlement one year ago, I saw many “little green men,” who were in fact heavily armed professional soldiers. Although they were masked and disguised, with their uniforms and markings altered, it was clear that every command for the occupation had come from one source: the Kremlin.

Much has happened in our country since then. More of our territory has come under attack from the east. An insurgency led by Russia and supported by Russian troops and advisors has devastated the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine, a previously peaceful and hardworking industrial area. Now it is in ruins. More than 6,000 people have died. More than a million have been displaced. Russians who have died are buried in secret, their families denied explanations. Despite a renewed cease-fire that I signed in Minsk last month, periodic violence continues.

Ukraine and its people have made tremendous advances in the past year. The country has successfully held two free and fair elections. We are pushing forward with anticorruption measures, deregulation, the overhaul of the justice system, decentralization and other necessary reforms to eventually bring Ukraine up to European standards. However, we cannot for a moment ignore the brutal violence currently being inflicted in eastern Ukraine, nor can we forget Crimea’s annexation.

Crimea is not merely a Ukrainian issue. For arguably the first time since World War II, one country has unilaterally appropriated the territory of another, setting a dangerous precedent in the conduct of international relations.

Perhaps most alarming is the lesson that Crimea teaches those states pondering the acquisition of nuclear weapons. When Russia invaded Crimea, it tore up the Budapest Memorandum on Security Assurances, the agreement that Ukraine reached in 1994 with its Russian, American and British partners. In return for guarantees of territorial integrity, Ukraine gave up its nuclear stockpile. With assurances and respect for Ukrainian sovereignty so cynically broken by the Russian Federation, other nations may now determine it is better to acquire the bomb than risk foreign guarantees.

The annexation of the Ukrainian peninsula was not only an assault on international law, it also robbed Ukrainian citizens the right to live in their own state. Moscow quickly exported its strong-arm rule, cracking down on dissent, the media and access to information. Those who refuse to accept Russian citizenship are considered foreigners, given no protections against deportation and denied access to basic services.

No group has suffered under the occupation more than the Crimean Tatars, the indigenous population of Crimea that had previously suffered from ethnic cleansing and mass deportation under Stalin. Despite the risks, Tatars turned out in large numbers to protest the annexation. Intimidation and vigilantism against the Tatars and other minority groups have escalated.

Several Tatars and pro-Ukrainian activists have been murdered or simply disappeared. Other Tatar leaders, such as Mustafa Dzhemilev, have been silenced, deported or prevented from returning to their homeland. Russian authorities have moved to shut down the Crimean Tatar Mejlis, the organization that represents Tatar interests.

The police and vigilantes have vandalized cultural monuments, raided Mejlis offices and seized religious books. Mr. Dzhemilev has stated that repression in Crimea is now worse than it was during the Soviet Union. This is a powerful indictment from a man who was imprisoned by the Soviets and went on the longest hunger strike in the history of civil rights. During Soviet times, it was at least clear who was making the arrests, and why. Today, the violence is often impersonal, random and brutal.

Many others have also come under attack. Media outlets, journalists and independent civil organizations have been silenced. Voicing support for Crimea’s status as a territory of Ukraine is now an offense that carries up to five years of prison time. Oleg Sentsov, a Crimean filmmaker who opposed the occupation, has been arrested and is being held in Russia on bogus terrorism charges. On the pretext of protecting Russian culture, other cultures on the peninsula are being obliterated. Every Ukrainian-language school in Crimea has been switched to Russian. The Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Kiev Patriarchate in Crimea is being threatened.

On March 27, 2014, 100 United Nations member states voted in favor of a resolution affirming support for the territorial integrity of Ukraine and recognition of Crimea as a part of Ukraine. We remember and appreciate this display of international solidarity in a time of need. And we believe that the Crimean people will regain their native land.

One year later, Crimea still is Ukraine, and it is our joint responsibility with the rest of the world to undo the injustice de facto and de jure—to make the aggressor go. Sooner or later Crimea will return to where it belongs, and our joint duty is to make it sooner—out of respect of the rights of our citizens, to international law and for the sake of safeguarding global security.

Mr. Poroshenko is president of Ukraine.


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BeitragVerfasst am: Sa März 21, 2015 16:18:15 
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führen sich auf der Krim auf wie die Nazis früher


http://diepresse.com/home/politik/aussenpolitik/4690388/Die-Krim-als-Selbstbedienungsladen?_vl_backlink=/home/index.do
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BeitragVerfasst am: Mo Apr 06, 2015 19:54:18 
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zur Situation..

http://diepresse.com/home/politik/aussenpolitik/4702288/Wladimir-Putin-ist-fur-viele-der-grosse-Raecher?_vl_backlink=/home/index.do
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BeitragVerfasst am: Mo Apr 27, 2015 10:08:36 
Titel: "Protokoll einer Überforderung…"
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...Die Beobachter der OSZE stehen in der Ukraine zwischen den Fronten, um den Frieden zu fördern. Dabei stoßen sie an ihre Grenzen. Denn für die wirklich wichtigen Aktionen fehlt ihnen häufig das Mandat…..


http://www.welt.de/politik/ausland/article140103452/Protokoll-einer-Ueberforderung-in-der-Ukraine.html

http://www.themoscowtimes.com/opinion/article/is-ukraine-conflict-a-victory-or-defeat-for-russia/519851.html
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BeitragVerfasst am: Di Mai 12, 2015 07:16:05 
Titel: Russische Soldaten
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zeigen keine Begeisterung über den Einsatz in der Ukraine…

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...Some Russian soldiers are quitting the army because of the conflict in Ukraine, several soldiers and human rights activists have told Reuters. Their accounts call into question the Kremlin's continued assertions that no Russian soldiers have been sent to Ukraine, and that any Russians fighting alongside rebels there are volunteers…..


http://www.themoscowtimes.com/news/article/russian-soldiers-quit-army-over-ukraine-conflict/520563.html
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BeitragVerfasst am: So Mai 17, 2015 11:26:17 
Titel: Der Botschafter der Ukraine
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in Österreich zum Wahn dieses Kriegs..



http://diepresse.com/home/meinung/gastkommentar/4732369/Der-Wahn-dieses-Krieges
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BeitragVerfasst am: Di Jun 02, 2015 07:30:33 
Titel: gutes Europastudio
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mit Paul Lendvai zum Thema



http://tvthek.orf.at/program/Europastudio/1277/Europastudio-Der-neue-Kalte-Propagandakrieg/9858643
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BeitragVerfasst am: Di Jun 02, 2015 08:15:46 
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Abschuss MH 17 mit Putin's Hilfe.. respektive er hat den Wahnsinn ermöglicht..



https://www.bellingcat.com/tag/mh17/

http://www.themoscowtimes.com/news/article/report-russias-defense-ministry-doctored-mh17-satellite-images/522855.html
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BeitragVerfasst am: Mo Jun 08, 2015 20:11:35 
Titel: Alexander Golts
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mit einer sehr ausführlichen Analyse zum Thema MH-17 Abschuss, die darin gipfelt…

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….I never cease to be amazed at the way the various government agencies in Russia's much-touted power vertical cannot even coordinate their activities well enough to at least present the same bald-faced lie to the public.

Only one thing can explain all this feverish activity: The Kremlin is very nervously awaiting the international commission's report on the cause of the Boeing crash. Moscow leaders know full well that they might soon become international pariahs — not just as supporters of insurgents fighting for the revival of Novorossia, but as the organizers of a military strike gone awry, an inadvertent terrorist attack that left 300 innocent people dead.

That is why they are unleashing every possible resource to create "white noise" — even enlisting the Almaz-Antey directors, who clearly wanted to steer clear of this vile business right from the start……...


http://www.themoscowtimes.com/opinion/article/kremlin-rushing-to-cover-its-tracks-on-mh17-op-ed/523257.html
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BeitragVerfasst am: Fr Jun 12, 2015 10:37:11 
Titel: der Horror wird uns noch solange
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begleiten, solange der Putin im Amt ist…

http://derstandard.at/2000017334243/Politologe-Putins-wichtigster-Feind-ist-der-Westen

gute Veranstaltung..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVAC3e8rP9U

http://reitschuster.de/index.asp?typ=&newsid=21189
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BeitragVerfasst am: Do Jul 16, 2015 23:34:29 
Titel: MH 17
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The Truth About Flight MH17

Putin doesn’t want his citizens to know what happened. It’s time the West told them.

By ANDREW FOXALL

July 16, 2015 4:27 p.m. ET

One year ago Friday, Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was destroyed over eastern Ukraine while on a scheduled flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. All 298 people on board were killed.

Overwhelming evidence suggests that the Boeing 777 was destroyed by a Russian SA-11 Buk antiaircraft missile system fired from territory controlled by pro-Russian separatists. The Joint Investigations Team, a Dutch-led body launched in August to investigate criminal responsibility for the destruction of MH17, says this is its leading theory.

A separate international investigation into the crash was set up in September and is being led by the Dutch Safety Board (DSB). Both investigations will submit their findings later this year, but on Thursday CNN reported that a draft of the DSB report will come to a similar conclusion.

Russia, together with its proxies in eastern Ukraine, has done its utmost to block the two investigations’ progress. Immediately after MH17’s destruction, pro-Russian separatists looted the victims’ remains and refused to let international investigators, primarily from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, access the crash site. Instead, the separatists installed heavy artillery in and around the site and lined the surrounding roads with land mines.

Moscow, meanwhile, stonewalled the international response. Its Ministry of Foreign Affairs refused to speak with Australian diplomats (28 Australians died on MH17). The Kremlin also ignored the Netherlands’ attempts to secure the bodies of Dutch citizens at the crash site.

Last month, Russia rejected calls from Australia, Belgium, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Ukraine for the establishment of a United Nations tribunal that would try those responsible for the destruction of MH17. “We think it is not timely and counterproductive,” said Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov.

The Kremlin’s strategy appears to be to run down the clock by delaying inquiries and investigations, hoping that eventually other governments will lose interest—or geopolitical developments elsewhere will distract them. So far this strategy is working. Since the destruction of MH17, the situation in Ukraine has evolved, and Western diplomatic efforts have focused on trying to stop a deterioration of the situation in southeast Ukraine. This indifference to the fate of the passengers of MH17 only benefits Russia and its proxies in eastern Ukraine.

The Netherlands, whose citizens comprised two-thirds of the victims, is a case in point. The Hague says the investigation into MH17 is its top priority, but it hesitates to call what happened an attack. Mindful of the country’s heavy reliance on Russian trade, Dutch leaders have been reluctant to blame the Kremlin. Bob van der Goen, a lawyer representing some of the victims’ families, said the Dutch reaction “has been terribly amateurish”: Investigators were late to arrive at the crash site and failed to interview potential witnesses in Ukraine in a timely manner.

The Kremlin has gone to great lengths to cast doubts about responsibility for the attack among its own people. Russia has offered multiple narratives about what happened to MH17. In December, a Russian investigative committee claimed that the airplane had been hit by a rocket fired from a Ukrainian SU-25 fighter jet. This followed an earlier suggestion by the leader of the pro-Russian separatists that MH17 was already filled with corpses when it took off from Amsterdam. The Russian Defence Ministry’s official report on the disaster, released just four days after MH17 was destroyed, blamed Ukraine’s military for firing the Buk. According to Western experts, this report was based on satellite images that had been edited using Adobe Photoshop.

These theories are patently absurd, and nobody in the West takes them seriously. Mr. Putin wouldn’t expect them to. But in Russia, aided by a media controlled by the Kremlin and reaching a population deprived of perspective on developments elsewhere, such theories serve to confuse and deceive.

This is a tactic taken straight out of the KGB. Questioning whether there is such a thing as “the truth” has become a defining trait of Mr. Putin’s rule. As a result, the Russian public’s understanding of what happened to MH17 is completely different from that of the West.

That opens the door to a response from the West. Mr. Putin fears that Russians could turn against him should they learn the truth about MH17 and his destructive policies in Ukraine. Many Russians don’t believe their military forces are involved in Ukraine, but as increasing numbers of wounded troops show up at hospitals, new graves appear in cemeteries and military funerals take place, the Kremlin is becoming uneasy. In May, Mr. Putin decreed that the deaths of Russian soldiers would be classified as military secrets, even in peacetime.

The West should set the record straight. Long and inconclusive international legal proceedings would play into Mr. Putin’s hands. Instead, the rest of the world should focus on informing Russians about the truths their ruler is concealing from them. Let’s begin with who was responsible for MH17.

Mr. Foxall is the director of the Russia Studies Centre at the Henry Jackson Society.


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http://edition.cnn.com/2015/07/15/politics/mh17-pro-russian-missile-crash-ukraine/
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BeitragVerfasst am: Fr Jul 17, 2015 12:53:19 
Titel: Andrei Malgin und Pavel Felgenhauer
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befürchten einen bevorstehenden Grossangriff Putin's auf die Ukraine..

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Putin Needs Another Victory in Ukraine
By Andrei Malgin Jul. 15 2015 00:00 Last edited 20:32

Ukrainian media raise the alarm every few days that the Russian army is about to attack and seize this or that town.

But nothing happens. And this has been going on for a long time now. True, skirmishes do erupt and the number of war casualties continues to mount, but no large-scale offensive has yet materialized.

Is President Vladimir Putin prepared to unleash a major military campaign in the Donbass?

Yes and no.

Russian military expert Pavel Felgenhauer, whose opinion I have long respected, said only a few days ago that "Russia is poised for a new attack." A huge contingent of Russian forces is stationed at the border with Ukraine, fresh troops have rotated in, Russia has built up the infrastructure to provide logistical supply to their forces, some of which are already in Ukraine, the military warehouses in the breakaway republics are bulging with tons of ready ammunition and a motley mix of local "irregulars" has almost completed their training.

There are two fairly straightforward possible explanations for Russia's high battle readiness. The first is that the Russian army is poised in readiness so as to guarantee that Ukrainian forces do not advance, and will not budge unless Kiev makes a move. This is because the Russian army's General Staff doubtless recalls how the Ukrainian army displayed unexpected prowess and almost managed last summer to defeat the pro-Russian separatists and regain control of the breakaway regions of Donetsk and Luhansk. Ukraine was just hours away from victory when Putin openly sent in Russian troops to drive them back. After that, the separatists managed to not only recover lost territory, but to improve their position, allowing Russia to withdraw a large part of its forces to again stand in readiness just beyond the border.

According to this argument, the Ukrainian General Staff also recalls the events of last summer, and that makes a second attempt to regain control over the breakaway territories — that is, to intensify what Kiev calls its "anti-terrorist operations" — highly unlikely as long as the status of the separatist-held territories remains unchanged and Russia maintains full control over the border.

The second scenario, and the one I think most likely, is that Putin will attack. Russian generals recently conducted reconnaissance in Marinka and discovered that the Ukrainian army is now much stronger than it was one year ago, making it impossible to conduct a swift and bloodless march on Kiev. For political reasons, Putin would like to avoid the degree of bloodshed such a campaign would cause. And yet he needs military victories to sustain his popularity at home. The Russian economy is in terrible shape and a wide cross section of the population is now experiencing hardship. People are impoverished. They have lost their jobs, lack enough money for food and housing and are getting crushed by debt. The masses might soon grow discontented with their leaders. What could raise their spirits and cause them to once again rally around their National Leader? Of course, Putin cannot give the order to seize Crimea a second time, but he stands in dire need of a small and easy military victory.

No, Putin does not want sanctions and fears that the West might expand them, but events are carrying him forward and he could not stop them even if he wanted to. In fact, he shows no sign of wanting to stop them. Now he needs to hand Ukraine a humiliating defeat and to simultaneously cripple the country in military, economic and humanitarian terms. Only then will the Russian people once again hail him as the "father of the nation," a superman who personifies Russia itself, as his cronies like to claim. I am not a specialist on military affairs like Felgenhauer, but I am something of an expert on propaganda. And I know that propaganda very closely reflects the mood of the rulers. And what is Russian propaganda declaring now? That war is coming.


Andrei Malgin is a journalist, literary critic and blogger.


http://www.themoscowtimes.com/opinion/opinion/article/putin-needs-another-victory-in-ukraine/525721.html

Das US Aussenministerium hat gestern die Reisewarnungen in die Gegend neu verstärkt…

http://travel.state.gov/content/passports/english/alertswarnings/ukraine-travel-warning.html
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BeitragVerfasst am: So Jul 26, 2015 21:44:40 
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http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1qakfg_bob-dylan-talkin-world-war-iii-blues_music

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BeitragVerfasst am: Mo Aug 03, 2015 23:11:00 
Titel: MH 17 Abschuss durch russische BUKs
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Paul Lendvai findet im "Der Standard" die richtigen Worte zum Thema…

http://derstandard.at/2000020182588/Veto-gegen-die-Wahrheit

In der NZZ hier ein Artikel, der beleuchtet um was es da wirklich für Putin geht, und warum Putin jedes unabhängige Tribunal fürchtet…



http://www.nzz.ch/meinung/allein-gegen-die-wahrheit-1.18588008
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BeitragVerfasst am: Mo Aug 17, 2015 09:32:24 
Titel: über die von Europa
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mitverursachten Tretminen von Minsk II….

http://www.faz.net/aktuell/politik/westliche-einflussnahme-der-albtraum-ukrainischer-politiker-13753144.html
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BeitragVerfasst am: Mo Aug 17, 2015 16:08:34 
Titel: Pavel Felgenhauer scheint
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mit seiner düsteren Voraussage Recht gehabt zu haben…

Putin hat vor einigen Tagen einen Grossangriff Richtung Mariupol gestartet…er wollte immer ungestörten Zugang zur Krim...

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/ukraine-fears-big-war-as-russia-sends-in-more-troops-10457571.html

Die komplette Verdrehung der Fakten durch Lawrow bestätigt das…

http://www.themoscowtimes.com/news/article/russia-says-ukraine-preparing-new-offensive-against-separatists/528058.html
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