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Putin Orders Troops To Crimea Passes, Warns NATO Of War

 
 
 
 
 
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A new report prepared by the Ministry of Defense (MoD) on the telephonic conversation held earlier today between General Staff Chief, General of the Army Valery Gerasimov and Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR) of NATO Allied Command Operations, US Air Force General Philipp Breedlove, states that Russia has “informed” the Western Alliance of its “full intention” to protect the Russian citizens of Crimea, even if it means all-out war.

More grimly, this report continues, General Gerasimov was “advised” by President Putin to contact his NATO counterpart to inform the West of an “immediate order” given to Black Sea Naval Infantry and Coastal Defense forces in the Crimea oblast to protect the vital Isthmus of Perekop, which is the narrow 5-7 km wide strip of land that connects the peninsula of Crimea to the mainland of Ukraine.

Russian troops put onto “full war footing” to defend Crimea, this report says, include the nearly 1,200 soldier/marines of the 810th Naval Infantry Brigade along with supporting forces belonging to the 880 Separate Naval Infantry Battalion, 881 Separate Assault Battalion, 888 Separate Reconnaissance Battalion, 1613 Separate Artillery Battery and the 1619 Separate Air-Defense Artillery Battery.

Even though the Obama regime warned Russia yesterday that it would be a “grave mistake” to send its military into Ukraine, this report says, all of these “initial” troops being mobilized for the defense of Crimea are already stationed “in country” as part of the nearly 26,000 Russian forces which comprise the Black Sea Fleet headquartered in the “special status” city of Sevastopol, and as noted by one Crimean organizer: “There isn’t even any need for Russia to invade, they are already right here.”

Important to note, this report says, is that top Putin advisor with responsibility for relations with Ukraine, Sergei Glazyev, had previously warned the Obama regime that US “interference” breached the 1994 treaty under which Washington and Moscow jointly guaranteed Ukraine’s security and sovereignty after Kiev gave up its Soviet-era nuclear arsenal.

Even more critical to note, this report continues, is Russia’s obligation to abide by the terms of the 1774 Treaty of Küçük Kaynarca signed between the Russian and Ottoman Empires which saw the Crimea formally annexed into the Russian Empire in 1783.

Despite the 1954 “illegal action” of ceding Crimea to Ukraine by former Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev (in what has since been described as a “Greek Gift” power play meant to shift the rebuilding cost to the Ukrainian republic from its World War II devastation from the USSR), this report says, Putin had previously warned the US of its “official position” in 2008 when he told then President George W. Bush, “You understand, George, that Ukraine isn’t even a state.

As further noted by The Economist News Service regarding Russia’s outlook on Ukraine:

“Putin has never come to terms with Ukraine’s sovereignty, seeing the country as a non-state which ultimately belongs to Russia. He saw the EU’s attempt to sign a deal with Ukraine as little more palatable than NATO’s attempt to draw in Georgia in 2008.

That resulted in a five-day war between Russia and Georgia, leaving separatist parts of Georgia occupied by Russian forces and off-limits for NATO. Experiences gathered then may have come in handy in Ukraine.

Vladislav Surkov, a Kremlin adviser who is formally in charge of dealing with the Georgian breakaway regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, has been handling the Ukraine crisis for Mr Putin, and has been spotted in Kiev and Crimea.”

As pro-Moscow politicians and activists in Crimea have begun organizing rallies and urging Russia to help defend the territory from advancing “fascists” from the rest of Ukraine, this report continues, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said earlier today that the interim authorities in Kiev had conducted an “armed mutiny” against their country and branded their new leaders “terrorists”.

“If you consider Kalashnikov-toting people in black masks who are roaming Kiev to be the government, then it will be hard for us to work with that government,” Medvedev said. “Some of our foreign, western partners think otherwise, considering them to be legitimate authorities. I do not know which constitution, which laws they were reading, but it seems to me it is an aberration … Something that is essentially the result of a mutiny is called legitimate.”

Most perplexing of the Obama regimes moves against Ukraine, this report continues, has been their “embrace” of the ruthless and corrupt former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, who aside from her obsession with horoscopes and psychics, was also an “unindicted co-conspirator” in a 2006 corruption trial held in the US that jailed another former Ukrainian Prime Minister, Pavel Lazarenko, for embezzling $200 million.

As to the Obama regime being the lead instigator in Ukraine’s present crisis there is no doubt, and as we had previously reported on in our 7 February report “US In “Shock And Turmoil” After Snowden Info Lets Russia Tap Top Obama Officials” wherein we wrote:

“A new Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) report circulating in the Kremlin today says that the Obama regime is in “total shock and turmoil” today after the YouTube leaking by the Federal Security Service (FSB) of a highly encrypted telephone conversation between the US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland and the American Ambassador to Ukraine, Geoffrey Pyatt, wherein this top US State Department official was discovered engineering the overthrow of the Ukrainian government and shaming her European counterparts by saying “F**k the EU”.

The MoD in their report further notes that a senior delegation of Russian diplomats sent to Ukraine by Putin to assess their options met in the eastern city of Kharkiv with about 3,000 local and municipal officials from the deposed Obama regime supported Neo-Nazi government and together these pro-Russian Ukrainian officials and the Russian delegation passed a resolution denouncing the revolutionary leaders as “extremists and terrorists.”

Vadim Kolesnichenko, a member of parliament from Crimea and one of Ukraine’s most staunchly pro-Russian politicians, read out the resolution to the delegates. “The cohesion and security of Ukraine is under threat,he said. “Five atomic power stations and 15 nuclear reactors have come under direct threat from extremists and terrorists. As long as the revolutionaries refuse to lay down their arms and surrender government buildings, the local authorities in Crimea and eastern Ukraine will ignore all their decisions and take responsibility for maintaining constitutional order on themselves.”

In concluding their report, the MoD further warns that Ukraine will face bankruptcy within the fortnight unless the US and EU give it and immediate $35 billion.

And most ironically of all of these events now occurring in Ukraine, it now appears that the new Obama Doctrine appears to be that if enough Americans rush to the cities, set fire to government buildings, like the department of Commerce, Federal Reserve, Security and Exchange Commission, Commodities Future Trading Commission etc., they can replace their western style democratic constitutional process with rule by mob violence…after all, if it’s OK for Ukraine, why not the United States?

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  • Mihai G

    I’m Romanian.With all the respect for both super powers and for the people who have to suffer from this poker game between them, the only viable solution would be for the Russian citizen of Ukraine to move to Crimmea and Crimea (who is mostly occupied by pro Russian regime citizens) to be given back to Russia. Or to Ianukovici. Regardless of the strategic loss of USA. Otherwise, a lot of people will pay the price unnecessary on both sides.

  • Mihai G

    Economically speaking Russia could divide its financial support accordingly to what the percent of region is left without Crimeea. Also Ukraine should negotiate and build back the relations with Russia for their sake and Europe’s sake.We live in a century when striving for space and survival is more important than some geopolitical factors. It is important to live in peace and harmony regardless of politics. Both superpowers and (f****** as kindly USA referred to) Europe could maintain their treaty established in 1994 and support the economy of Ukraine and this seems more plausible than a weakened Europe trying to financial support Ukraine on its own. It is solely my opinion.

  • Allen Vergakis

    Let’s see how poop-for-brains in the White House can blame Bush for this one, since Hillary didn’t do that Russian-restart thing all that well. Not to worry, Putin, Obama ain’t got a clue. Plus, he’s too busy at war with American citizens.

  • William Rothschild

    The US thinks it can bully it’s way by supplying and supporting terrorists in Syria, Libya, Ukraine, Egypt, Africa, etc. and the list goes on. It’s time that a country stops this international bully in their tracks. :)

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