Friday, September 12, 2014

"Disguised themselves as rebels".

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Saturday, August 30, 2014
PUTIN - PAVELIC - STEPINAC: three men - one star?

19 April, 12:15

NATOs next Secretary General Stoltenberg is responsible person - President Putin

  Sunday, April 27, 2014
The 'Warsaw' Pact died. Who will substitute him? N.A.T.O.

       Nothing changed since Stalin. Same murderous perversion by Russian elite, same blasphemous supporting to them by the Western elite. Eastern and Western Roman Catholic empires. The end of 1054 Schism tomorrow, 13th September also rembered 20 kilometres from my home, also blessed with the eternal blood of the innocents. What is happening today in the secessionist "republic" of Ukraine is only a deja vu:

"............ On Sokolov’s preeminent role leading Soviet
disguised as
underground anti-Soviet partisans in the postwar suppression of anti-Soviet rebels in Lithuania,

see: Juozas Daumantas [alias for Juozas Luksa],
Fighters for freedom: Lithuanian partisans
versus the USSR (1944-1947)
(Toronto: The Lithuanian Canadian Committee for Human
Rights, 1975), 2nd ed.: 81-82; and K. V. Tauras,
Guerilla warfare on the amber coast
York: Voyager Press, 1962): 78-80. Also see top secret communiqué from Deputy MVD V.
Riasnoi to Lithuanian MVD Major-General Vartashunas in Vilnius, 29 June 1946. GARF, f. R-
9478, op. 1, d. 527, l. 27.

"There are no better illustrations of the Soviet use of rape as a tactical weapon in
warfare than those found in the records of Soviet spetsgruppy in West Ukraine:
evidently, special MGB maskirovka units regularly brutalized local Ukrainian
women while disguised as rebels.
Here is just one of myriad examples found in
Soviet police files:
“On the night of 23 July 1948 the same spetsgruppa [masquerading as rebel
bandits] from Podvysots´ke village abducted in the forest a young woman
REPNYTSKA Nina Iakovlevna, born in 1931.
In the forest REPNYTSKA was subjected to tortures.
While interrogating REPNYTSKA, members of the spetsgruppa beat her
severely, hung her upside down by her legs, forced a stick into her genitalia, and
then one by one raped her.
In a helpless condition, REPNYTSKA was abandoned in the forest, where
her husband found her and took her to the hospital, where REPNYTSKA spent
an extended period recovering.”118
The logic? Following officially sanctioned procedures, Soviet policemen disguised
themselves as rebels, then perpetrated atrocities in their name, hoping in this way to
provoke distrust and antagonism between rebel units and the local population.
this context, gender violence was not an end in itself, but a tactical weapon that
utilized women’s bodies to fight a wider conflict."

Whether they were rapists in Soviet uniforms, petty officials in the local
apparatus, or even members of Soviet spetsgruppy perpetrating acts of gender
violence under orders, Soviet authorities did themselves play a critical role in the
creation of an image of the enemy other that included not just Ukrainian men, but
also Ukrainian women and children. The logic of Soviet institution building
dictated a definition of the Ukrainian enemy that would justify violence against
young and old, male and female. At a meeting of thirty-five Soviet Party, MGB,
and MVD officers in West Ukraine with then General Secretary Lazar´
Kaganovich, Nikita Khrushchev, and Ukrainian Minister of State Security
S. R. Savchenko in L´viv on 23 April 1947, the Drohobych obkom secretary
Gorobets noted that 60% of all locals sentenced for Ukrainian nationalism in 1946

had been women and girls, even as only 8% of the local UPA rank-and-file were
female.119 Stanyslaviv obkom secretary M. Slon´ explained the reasoning for the
disproportionate focus on Ukrainian women and children:We must repress family
as traitors against the nation
. We must deport families of rebels as
dangerous threats to state security.”120 The logic of the mass arrests and mass
deportations was to punish not just the rebels, but also their families, friends, and
loved ones, all who fell into Soviet punitive traps as “collaborators” with the
organized anti-Soviet opposition. Add to this the practical issue: while male rebels
often managed to elude Soviet capture, their wives, mothers, daughters, cousins,
and neighbors were readily available for retaliation delivered at the hands of
frustrated Stalinist policemen."....
  •  "......  On July 14, 2009, leading Russian human rights journalist and activist Natalia Estemirova (pictured, left), a single mother of a teenaged daughter, was abducted in front of her home in Grozny, Chechnya, spirited across the border into Ingushetia, shot and dumped in a roadside gutter. Viewed as the successor to Anna Politkovskaya and by far the most prominent living critic of Chechen strongman Ramzan Kadyrov, who had repeatedly threatened her life, Estemirova was a member of the “Memorial” human rights NGO and a steadfast defender of human rights in Chechnya.  Most recently, she had been reporting on the barbaric practice of the government in burning down the homes of rebel activists, often with women and children locked inside....."
 The Putin Murders
A Brief History of Putintime

 by Douglas Willinger:

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Western-Eastern Roman Empire 101


...and reported in a C. Stiliyanov's post:
  "+ Valeryi Philipenko In eastern Ukraine, Orthodox soldiers who are struggling with evil spirits Baptist, located in Kiev!

Baptists = Protestants and Protestants after the Inquisition burned thousands of "witches" and "wizards". If you map all (written, officially known) places burnings, the majority of them will be in Switzerland and Germany, part of France, part of Spain, and very few in Italy. These comrades - the founders of Protestantism, Calvin, Luther, etc., is prohibited colored (!) Clothing, jewelry - any, festivities for the holidays, except for church singing, except the church paintings, books other than the Bible, shorter THIS IS TALIBAN Christianity."
събота, 19 юли 2014 г. Guilty by association - Are you a part of a SECT[CULT]? (pt 8)


Thursday, March 6, 2014
Andrij Mendierej killed in UKRAINEAN hospital [Video]

"....With tens of thousands of people living there, Smolensk was probably the largest city in 15th-century Lithuania. Three Smolensk regiments proved decisive during the Battle of Grunwald against the Teutonic Knights. It was a severe blow to Lithuania when the city was taken by Vasily III of Russia in 1514. To commemorate this event, the Tsar founded the Novodevichy Convent in Moscow and dedicated it to the icon of Our Lady of Smolensk...."
  Monday, March 17, 2014
Our Lady of Smolensk 2010 Crash

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

"From the face of the serpent"