Sunday 25th of September 2022

the west loves him because he's full of love……..

Ukraine, on the eve of a decision by residents liberated from Kiev’s Nazi regime to hold a referendum on Zaporozhye Region becoming part of Russia, has turned to nuclear terrorism, trying to destroy nuclear power plants, intimidate civilians and force residents to leave the region. To this end, Kiev’s regime attacked the Zaporozhskaya NPP with UAV strikes on July 20.

The day before, two other Ukrainian drones also struck a building near the Zaporozhskaya NPP, and then Ukrainian security forces used the UAV in a residential area of the NPP. The attacks by the Ukrainian Armed Forces on the Zaporozhskaya NPP injured 11 employees, four of whom are currently in serious condition. It is only by sheer luck that the attacks on the Zaporozhskaya NPP did not result in damage to the plant’s equipment and a man-made Armageddon.


BY Vladimir Danilov


These attacks could undoubtedly be a “preparatory fire” for a subsequent massive attack on the Zaporozhskaya NPP. By doing so, Kiev is creating clear conditions for a nuclear disaster for all of Europe.

This was stated by Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova on July 21, stressing that provocations are continuing in Ukraine with the aim of threatening nuclear facilities and the security of the entire world. As Zakharova stressed, the Ukrainian Armed Forces have been carrying out drone attacks for several days on the territory of the Zaporozhskaya nuclear power plant, in the immediate vicinity of the safety-critical facilities — the spent fuel storage facility and the reactor cooling tank. It is only by sheer luck that this has not yet resulted in damage to the plant’s equipment and a man-made disaster similar to Chernobyl. If missiles from Ukraine reach directly the vital systems of the Zaporozhskaya NPP, half of Europe would suffer a disaster. “This confirms the Ukrainian authorities’ aim to create prerequisites for a nuclear disaster not only on their own territory, but on the entire territory of Europe,” the Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman stressed to the world community.

At the same time, Maria Zakharova stressed that responsibility for the possible consequences of such behavior by the Kiev regime lies both with Ukraine and with the states that provide military support to the criminal regime.

Russia has therefore once again called on the United Nations, the International Atomic Energy Agency and other international organizations to exert influence on official Kiev and take effective measures to prevent provocations at Ukraine’s radiation-hazardous facilities.

According to a member of the General Council of the Zaporozhye Region Administration, Vladimir Rogov, one of the reasons for the military’s attacks on the Zaporozhskaya NPP may also be the Kiev regime’s desire to hide prohibited experiments there while the plant was under Kiev’s control and disrupt a possible arrival of an IAEA inspection at the plant. At the same time, Rogov said that a large amount of nuclear materials, which are not required for the operation of the plant and could not be a result of its reactors, were found at the plant. He explained that according to the regulations, experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) must formally record all illegal activities of the Kiev regime at nuclear power plants. As IAEA Director General Grossi announced in late May, Zaporozhskaya NPP before February had 30,000 kilograms of weapons-grade plutonium and 40,000 kilograms of enriched uranium, enough to produce nuclear weapons. Grossi therefore intended to send an IAEA mission to the ZNPP to ensure that the uranium and plutonium “have not been used for other purposes” by the Kiev authorities.

Despite the Kiev regime’s lack of means to build nuclear weapons in recent years, enough nuclear waste not accounted for by the IAEA could nevertheless be used to build a “dirty bomb.” Reports of Kiev possibly building a “dirty nuclear bomb” emerged at the start of the Russian Armed Forces’ special operation to defend Donbass, after Russia had taken control of Ukraine’s nuclear industry facilities.  If confirmed by the IAEA, the main question for the authorities in Kiev would be how the materials to produce such an amount of enriched uranium and plutonium were obtained, as they fall under the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons. And Ukraine, as a party to international agreements, will have to give explanations. Because the Russian company TVEL, which supplies the nuclear fuel, takes back the spent material and this requirement is clearly enforced, preventing the recipient country from carrying out manipulations that could violate the non-proliferation treaty.

Although robust Russian air defense systems are deployed near the nuclear plant, the area remains a “pressure point” until the Ukrainian militants are pushed back several tens or hundreds of kilometers. After all, there are representatives of the liberated regions of Donbass on one bank of the Dnepr River – in Energodar – while on the other one, in Nikopol and other localities, there are militants of Ukrainian President Zelensky.

The militants of the Kiev regime have repeatedly shown their commitment to nuclear terrorism in recent times. Thus, on the night of March 4, a Ukrainian sabotage group staged an armed provocation, which resulted in an armed clash near the Chernobyl NPP training center. On March 9, Ukrainian nationalists carried out another attack on the substation and power lines feeding the cooling system of the spent fuel storage facility located at the Chernobyl NPP. At the same time, they created obstacles for repairmen to restore the power substation, which could have led to another disaster there had Russian troops not localized these criminal actions.

Apart from Chernobyl, the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) and the Azov battalion militants were planning to blow up a reactor at the Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology in early March and blame the Russian Armed Forces for a missile attack on the experimental nuclear facility, TASS reported. On March 7, the Japanese Prime Minister expressed his concern about the above-mentioned actions of the Kiev militants during a parliamentary debate. He stressed that the issue was of concern to the entire world. “The international order, including in Asia, has been shaken,” he added.

In this connection, it is pertinent to recall that on February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that the Russian Federation would not allow Ukraine to have nuclear weapons, following which Russia launched a military special operation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine. And units of the Russian Airborne Troops soon took control of the area around the Chernobyl and Zaporozhskaya NPPs to prevent nuclear provocations by militants at those facilities.

The fact that Kiev-controlled militants regularly carry out provocations aimed at creating an emergency situation at Ukrainian nuclear power plants and other nuclear facilities, which the West uses to fuel anti-Russian hysteria at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), was already brought to international attention by Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova on March 12: “Attacks against one’s own nuclear facilities are already becoming a trademark of the ruling regime in Ukraine. The blame for this lies entirely with Kiev, US masters of Volodymyr Zelensky and US’s NATO vassals. Without such support these provocations would be meaningless,” she added. “Western political adventurers encouraging Zelensky’s actions are endangering not only the lives of Ukrainians and Russians, but also the entire Europe.” “Having a well-developed nuclear industry, Russia is fully aware of the potential risks to nuclear infrastructure and is doing its utmost to ensure the proper safety of Ukraine’s nuclear facilities,” Zakharova said.

In connection with the above, especially with the July 20 attack by Zelensky’s militants on the Zaporozhskaya nuclear power plant using UAVs, it is surprising that there is no effective international response to such provocative actions by Kiev, which could unleash nuclear Armageddon. And not just for Europe. This brings to mind the attempts by US President Biden and British Prime Minister Johnson to summon an urgent UN Security Council meeting in March in response to propaganda and inflammatory statements by Zelensky on the alleged deterioration of the safety of the nuclear power plants at Chernobyl and Zaporozhye after they were taken over by Russia. Today, however, these “guarantors of Kiev” remain silent, clearly hoping that in the event of a new militant provocation, the threat of a possible nuclear disaster will not affect their countries…

Vladimir Danilov, political observer, exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook”.





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no compatible love between gunneries…...

German artillery guns are breaking down a month after they were delivered to Ukraine, Der Spiegel reported on Friday. The weapons are reportedly struggling to deal with the high rate of fire the Ukrainian military is subjecting them to.

Some of the seven Panzerhaubitze 2000 guns sent to Ukraine at the end of June are showing signs of “wear and tear,” the German news site reported, citing anonymous sources. Some of the hardware is displaying error messages and are in need of repair.

The German military believes that the problems stem from the sheer number of shells fired on a daily basis by Ukrainian forces, which is damaging the howitzers’ loading mechanism. Discharging 100 rounds per day is considered high-intensity use, the report noted, adding that the Ukrainians are firing “far more” than this number.

Despite apparently overloading the German guns, Kiev’s forces are still firing only a fraction of the shells that the Russian military is sending in return. Ukrainian officials stated earlier this month that their guns were going through 6,000 shells per day, compared to Russia’s 20,000. That workload is not distributed over an equal number of artillery pieces either, with Russia fielding 15 for every Ukrainian one. 

With ammo stocks running low, Ukraine has also attempted to fire incompatible ammunition from the German howitzers, Der Spiegel reported. After learning that its guns couldn’t fire high-precision ammunition, the German military has since sent spare parts to remedy the situation, the report claimed.

Berlin is also reportedly working to set up a repair center in Poland to get the howitzers back in action.

The Panzerhaubitze 2000s are not the only foreign weapon to seemingly be failing on the Ukrainian battlefield. Captured Ukrainian troops have described the Javelin missile launchers – shoulder-fired units sent by both the UK and the US – as “completely useless” in urban combat, while soldiers are reportedly encountering battery issues with the NLAW “making it impossible to use.”

Germany’s Gepard anti-aircraft tanks, of which five have been given to Ukraine, have encountered compatibility issues with their Norwegian ammunition too, Der Spiegel noted. This mixing and matching of weapons systems from different suppliers has been identified by British and American analysts as presenting a “serious challenge” for Kiev







With all these lovely shellings (21,000 shells per day) someone is likely to hit something..... WW1 never saw such shelling?....



killing his own?…….




A massacre took place very early Friday, July 29, in the prison of Olenivka, 15 km from the front line, on the side of the zone occupied by Russia. Explosions devastated a building of the penal colony where several hundred Ukrainian soldiers taken prisoner during the surrender of the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol have been detained since May. According to the Russian occupation authorities, who promised to bring some of the prisoners to justice, the attack killed 53 prisoners and injured 75 others. During the surrender, Volodymyr Zelensky had promised to very quickly exchange the prisoners of Azovstal, considered by many Ukrainians as heroes, for Russian prisoners of war.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called Friday's bombardment of a prison in the east of his country a "deliberate Russian war crime", which he said killed "more than 50 people". “Today I received information about the attack of the occupiers on Olenivka, in the Donetsk region. This is a deliberate Russian war crime, a deliberate mass murder of Ukrainian POWs. More than 50 dead…”, he said in his daily message.
Moscow and kyiv mutually blame each other for the massacre. A video first posted on the Rudenko Telegram channel shows images that are extremely distressing to watch. We see torn limbs and several dozen corpses lying both inside a destroyed building and outside, probably in a courtyard of the penal colony. On a wall, we read the inscription: “On the list: 193 / in row: 192.” Most of the bodies are charred, a handful of faces are identifiable in the image. “They were sleeping at the time of the bombardment. The strike took place at 2 a.m. It was not just artillery, there were also [American] Himars rocket launchers, a very precise weapon for killings. So, dear Ukrainians, how do you find the cynicism of your leaders? “, writes the author of the Telegram channel.




We get the information from other nations than the Anglo-Saxon news network. Here in this translation by Jules Letambour of Le Monde, there is somewhat less cynicism than in the US networks repeated by RT:

The US on Friday declined to speculate on the shelling of the Ukrainian prisoners in Elenovka, saying it did not have enough information to do so. Meanwhile, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres expressed concern about the incident, but his office said he lacked firsthand reports to comment further. Dozens of “Azov” fighters housed at the complex were killed in what Russia says was a strike by HIMARS rockets supplied by the US to Ukraine.

“We just don’t have enough information to speak intelligently about these very early reports,” John Kirby, spokesman for the US National Security Council, told reporters. 

According to an unnamed senior Pentagon official, Americans “don't have any definitive information” on what happened and whether the facility was struck by Ukraine or Russia.

The facility in Elenovka, south of Donetsk, housed hundreds of Ukrainian prisoners – mainly members of the “Azov” neo-Nazi militia captured in Mariupol in May. It was struck at around 2 am on Friday, as the prisoners were asleep. As of Friday afternoon, Donetsk People’s Republic authorities say 53 people were killed and 75 were injured.


The government in Kiev accused Russia of carrying out the attack on the territory of its Donbass ally. DPR authorities, however, showed fragments of what they said were rockets used by HIMARS, the rocket artillery supplied to the Ukrainian military by the US.

Ukrainian authorities also knew exactly where the “Azov” prisoners were being held, DPR militia spokesman Eduard Basurin told reporters, accusing Kiev of ordering the strike. He said the attack was intended to kill the “Azov” fighters who began to testify about war crimes and other atrocities Ukrainian forces had been involved in.






And by the way, here is an Azov batallion member's funeral (Le Monde). Note the flags:



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I despair, but not much….

I know some good people who are prepared to give their life to little shit Zelenskyy. I agree, he is a great actor who could make any crummy Shakespeare play look good on stage even if you don't understand the words and the plot...  By this I mean he's a good liar. An extraordinary liar. He shows an amazing upset at the bombing of the Azov prisoners in the "Russian " controlled Donbass region (see above). He organised it according to Gus the Elder. Simple: he had ordered them to die on the battlefield and they surrendered — the traitors. A) they deserve to be punished and B) they need to be killed so they can't comment on the atrocities committed by the Ukrainians...

Okay, who's with me?... This is dangerous territory....


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