July 27th, 2014 by Blackminorca
Key UA defense spokespersons are now searching for volunteers to serve as trainers in all aspects of ‘low intensity warfare’: “….experts from Canada, the U.S. and other English-speaking countries for the training of the Armed Forces of Ukraine”…..”professionals with skills in tactical military operations by small groups in urban, industrial areas, forests, steppes, forest-steppes.”
This is very serious.
US-AM vets “who could be of potential help” would be those who served in Vietnam, Grenada, Panama, Desert Storm, Somalia, Haiti, IFOR/Bosnia, KFOR/Kosovo, Iraqi Freedom, Afghanistan……
US-CA vets would have served in Desert Storm and the Afghan campaign…..
UA-UK vets would have served in Malaysia, Indonesia, Falklands, Desert Storm, Iraqi Freedom, Afghanistan
UA-AU vets would have served in Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Desert Storm and Afghanistan
PLEASE DISSEMINATE WIDELY…..AND HAVE THE MENTIONED VETS OF THE NAMED COUNTRIES CONTACT THEIR NATIONAL VET ORG COMMANDERS
July 17th, 2014 by Blackminorca
When Will The World Stop Russian Genocide?
And dont believe the Talking Heads that rag tag rebels were to blame. Here are the controls for the missile. This is a complex system requiring experts from Russia.
July 15th, 2014 by Blackminorca
A Letter to Russia from Donetsk
Denis Kazanskyj, for Ukrainska Pravda _ Monday, July 14, 2014, 16:15
It just so happens that I am a native of Donetsk. That is nothing to be particularly proud of, but it’s a fact. I would still be living at home if a bunch of crazy fanatics supported by Russia had not arranged a war in my hometown and brought in Russian mercenaries.
Now there is a nightmare. Well, that you do know. That is what you are shown on your TV all day long, with disgusting details. So it’s better that we talk about what you are not being shown.
About 7 years ago I thought the same way as the majority of Russians. That thinking was typically Soviet. This is not surprising given that I have lived in the Donbas since birth.
Although I went to school after Ukraine’s independence, my education was typically Russian-Soviet. I was reared on Russian films, Russian music, and Russian books. I have long considered Russia a friendly country, a closely related country. But now all that is in the past.
Now I, those who are close to me, and the millions of Russians and Russian speakers in Ukraine would never dare to call you a brotherly people.
July 14th, 2014 by Blackminorca
The Bad News is that Russia is now openly invading the mainland of Ukraine where they have no legal footing. Unlike Crimea, Russia has no lease to maintain troops there.
The Good News is that for the first time in nearly 1000 years, the world is against Russian Imperialism in Ukraine.
Again, due to the fast pace of developments in World War IV, please follow the Sich on Twitter.
June 7th, 2014 by Blackminorca
Is France loyal to NATO?
France shows gratitude to the U.S.A. for:
…Being saved during WW 1.
…Being saved during WW 2
…Being helped to get out of French Indo-China
(America paid via the Vietnam War)
By selling heavy military equipment to Russia contrary to requests from NATO and U.S.A. requests that they do not.
France shows gratitude to Ukraine for:
…Anna Jaroslawna (c. 1055 Queen of France) and her service to the French people
…Gergory Orlyk (c. 1729) his service to the French King in his Secret Service.
…Over 1000 Ukrainians that served ln General de Gaul’s Free French Army during during WW 2
(some latter were given back to Stalin, others served in the French Foreign Legion, and more served in French Indo-China and Algeria.)
There are many more examples of people with Ukrainian names,who have over the ages given France valuable service and fought for French liberty.
Yet, France equips Russia with weapons to destroy Ukraine and attack NATO.
So much for French support…So much for France being a team player…So much for French gratitude..
March 23rd, 2014 by Blackminorca
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March 15th, 2014 by Blackminorca
50,000 Protestors in Red Square with Ukrainian Flags.
UPDATE: Russia is becoming a failed petro state.
March 5th, 2014 by Blackminorca
AMERICA’S– AND EUROPE’S– BLOODY LEGACY IN UKRAINE
Chairman, Committee on International Affairs & Foreign Policy
Ukrainian American Bar Association
Friday night before Thanksgiving, and New York’s Waldorf-Astoria hotel was the place to be seen. The atmosphere was bubbly. Over a thousand of America’s beautiful people from politics, to the media, to the clergy to whatever. The waiters, freshly starched, were so earnest you could forgive them their affectation of “Mesdames” and “Monsieurs” . The menu? Beluga Caviar Canapes, Coulibiac of Lake Trout, Filet de Boeuf Strogonoff, with New Green Peas and Potatoes Noisette, Autumn Salad, Risolle of Cheese, all rounded out with Bombe Glace Chocolate Praline Wladimire Gourmandises and Café Filtre. And, yes, champagne.
That same evening, November 24, 1933, the ambiance in Ukraine was colder, and the menu (entrée only) was decidedly uninspiring: human trachea . . . Read the rest of this entry »
March 4th, 2014 by Blackminorca
All the documentation is here.
March 3rd, 2014 by Blackminorca