Ukrainian Government says: “No Russian Troops Are Fighting Against Us”

Since Putin was elected in 2000, the Russian GDP has tripled and the average income, adjusted for inflation, has doubled. In the US, the median wages have fallen 15% since 2000. That is one reason Putin is supported by over 80% of Russian people. At one point, per capita income was 2K; today is it 14K, making Russia, for the first time in its history, ranked among the “high income nations.” Russia today, after the disasters of the 90’s, has a strong reputation among almost all the people of the world, undeniably despite massive Western demonizing propaganda. Russia today, indisputably, is rich, freer, and more democratic than ever in its history. Do dismiss the anti Russian  idiotic comments as crazy people trying to dismiss the facts of Russia’s amazing progress since 2000.


In addition, Putin has prevented two wars: one in Syria, where he negotiated the CW removal after Obama almost started bombing (until the Pentagon told him that the CW were from the “rebels”) and in Iran where his diplomacy has thwarted both an Israeli and US attack. that is why Israel and Saudi Arabia want to hurt the Rusian Economy.

Now the U.S. Army Europe will soon dispatch a survey team to eastern Europe to scout locations for tanks and other military hardware as part of a broader effort to bolster the U.S. military presence in a region rattled by Russia’s intervention in Ukraine, the Army’s top commander in Europe said Friday. “We are doing surveys here in the next few weeks up in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Bulgaria to see if there is a place where perhaps some of that equipment could be stored there,” USAREUR chief Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges said during an interview with Stars and Stripes. “Maybe it’s a company, maybe it’s a whole battalion, we don’t know yet until we do the survey.” General Hodge


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The growing struggle for the world’s energy reserves could spill over into military clashes, according to a new Kremlin security strategy published today. The paper also identified US missile defence programmes as one of the main challenges facing the country, and named the Arctic as a new area for potential conflict, together with the Middle East, Central Asia and the Caspian Sea. Russia is one of several countries in the northern hemisphere that has laid claim to the polar region, and recently dispatched military units to the area.  The Kremlin’s ambitions have alarmed the five other countries with an Arctic coastline. Each country has exploitation rights over a 200-mile zone extending north from its borders, but Moscow is claiming a much greater chunk of the Arctic on the grounds that an underwater ridge runs between the North Pole and Russia’s continental shelf.


Russia’s strategic concerns have changed. Moscow’s biggest fears appear to be the widening gap between the US and Russia’s military capabilities and the sharpening global scramble for rapidly disappearing oil and gas.


The Kremlin remains vehemently opposed to Nato membership for Ukraine and pro-western Georgia, the scene of last summer’s Russian invasion.


Russia also now has criticized NATO expansion in eastern Europe, and Putin has accused the Ukrainian army, which is fighting pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine, of being puppets of NATO with a policy of “containing” Russia.  Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov lashed out  saying the Obama comments showed the US had adopted a policy of confrontation towards Russia.  


Russia says it has blacklisted an additional four U.S. citizens in response to Washington’s decision to sanction more Russians suspected of human rights abuses.  Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Aleksandr Lukashevich said on January 29 that four U.S. Justice Department officials are now banned from entering Russia for their role in the detention of Roman Seleznyov, a Russian national facing U.S. fraud charges, in the Maldives last July.  He said the sanctions are a “mirror” response to U.S. visa bans and asset freezes imposed against four Russians last month under the so-called “Magnitsky Act,” a U.S. law punishing Russians deemed by Washington to be complicit in human rights violations. “I would hope that the United States, which has become too wrapped up in the sanctions game, will ultimately realize that such policies are counterproductive,” Lukashevich said in a statement. “We once again confirm that in the future we will react harshly to any attacks on Russia.”


All of this reflects the sharp deterioration in relations between Russia and the west over the last decade.


The Chief of Staff of Ukraine’s Armed Forces, General Viktor Muzhenko, is saying, in that news-report, which is dated on Thursday January 29th, that the only Russian citizens who are fighting in the contested region, are residents in that region, or of Ukraine, and also some Russian citizens (and this does not deny that perhaps some of other countries’ citizens are fighting there, in as much as American mercenaries have already been noted to have been participating on the Ukrainian Government’s side), who “are members of illegal armed groups,” meaning fighters who are not paid by any government, but instead they all are just “individual citizens” (as opposed to foreign-government-paid ones).


General Muzhenko also says, emphatically, that the “Ukrainian army is not fighting with the regular units of the Russian army.”


In other words: He is explicitly and clearly denying the very basis for the EU’s sanctions against Russia, and for the U.S.’s sanctions against Russia: all of the sanctions against Russia are based on the falsehood that Ukraine is fighting against “the regular units of the Russian army” — i.e., against the Russian-Government-controlled-and-trained fighting forces.


The false allegation to the effect that Ukraine is instead fighting against “regular units of the Russian army” , or the false  allegation that Vladimir Putin’s Russia has invaded Ukraine, and is the entire basis for the false economic sanctions that are in force against Russia.


Tensions between Russia and the West over Ukraine are tantamount to a “new Cold War” that has the possibility of escalating to a military conflict, former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev told the Russian Interfax News Agency Thursday. Gorbachev’s comments as an insider would know  more accurately the realities.


Further financial sanctions by the United States against Russia would lead Moscow and Washington to the “brink of war,” the head of a leading Russian bank has warned.


Ties between the US and Russia will be severed if Russian banks were excluded from the Swift banking system due to tougher sanctions, said Andrei Kostin, the chairman of Russian state-controlled VTB Bank.


Russia’s Defense Ministry will take measures to prevent the U.S. or NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) superiority over Russia, the Chief of the General Staff of Russian Armed Forces said Friday.

“The Armed Forces’ priority is the quality improvement of the Strategic Nuclear Forces,” Valery Gerasimov said. “Keeping the Strategic Nuclear Forces in the condition of high combat readiness, as well as the quality improvement of the combat potential of regular troops, will prevent the military superiority of the United States and NATO over Russia,” noted the chief.  “This year, four missile regiments are planned to be established and equipped with modern missile complexes within the Strategic Missile Troops,” Gerasimov specified. He went on saying that the increasing number of U.S. anti- missile defense systems in the Asia-Pacific region is forcing Russia to take responsive measures. “The American anti-missile defense system has a global character, while the U.S. and its allies are increasing the elements of this system in the Asia-Pacific region,” which are in breach of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), RIA Novosti quoted Gerasimov as saying.  “We cannot remain indifferent to the actions of Western countries and are forced to take responsive measures,” Gerasimov said. Gerasimov’s statement was echoed by Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, who reiterated earlier in the day that Russian military will begin working on the task set by President Vladimir Putin to guarantee military superiority by completing state weapons program.



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