Why the Events of 2 May 2014 in Odessa Justify Putler’s actions in Crimea, Ilovaysk etc.

I will briefly cover what happened on 2 May 2014 in Odessa…

Right Sector goons, reinforced by hooligans from Kharkov and Dnepropetrovsk burned alive some 50 (at least according to official statistics) anti-fascist protestors in the House of the Unions in Odessa.

This was a complete act of barbarism worthy of countries of Africa. And it justifies Putins’s actions in defending Crimea, and stopping the Ukrainian advance in the Donbass.

That’s all from me folks, if you don’t like my version of events, the comments are free:

Putler Comments on the Desire of Ukraine to give Passports to Russians

Recently, the president elect, Volodymyr Zelensky expressed the desire to grant citizenship to Russians, who suffer under the repression of the Kremlins. The darkest one commented on this…

I translate:

If in Ukraine they will start giving out passports to Russians, and we in Russia will give citizenship and passports to Ukrainians, sooner or later we will inevitably come towards an expected outcome. All will have a single citizenship. We cannot but welcome that.

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Putler Signs Decree Allowing LDNR People to Obtain Russian Passports

A righteous move from the Darkest one…

From FT:

Russian president Vladimir Putin signed a decree on Wednesday to allow residents of Moscow-backed rebel-held territories in eastern Ukraine to obtain Russian passports.

The decree — published on the Kremlin website just three days after Ukraine elected a new president in a landslide — allows residents of the two separatist “republics” in Ukraine’s coal-producing Donbass region to apply for Russian passports under a simplified three-month procedure.

Though the move may make lives easier for vulnerable local residents who still face daily artillery bombardments, it is likely to further complicate moribund peace talks between Moscow and Kiev, which president-elect Volodymyr Zelensky has vowed to renew.

Anatoly Karlin wrote about it recently.

Russia Banned Export of Oil and Oil Products to Ukraine

In case you missed these news. Translated from Aftershock:

The government of Russia banned export of Russian oil and oil products to Ukraine. This was announced on Thursday (the article is date 18 April) on a meeting of the government and by the Prime Minister, Dmitry Medvedev, when he spoke about the enactment of restrictive measures by Ukraine against the Russian Federation.

“We are setting up a ban on exports of Russian oil and oil products to Ukraine.”  -the head of the Cabinet of Ministers said.

Medvedev also announced the expansion of the ban on the import of certain Ukrainian products. “We need to defend our interests and must take reciprocal measures.” -the head of the Cabinet of Ministers said.

“I have singed a government directive on this topic. We are expanding the ban on the import of certain products from Ukraine. It will concern Ukrainian products of mechanical engineering, light industry, metal processing, the cost of which is $250 million.” -said Medvedev.

The head of the Cabinet of Ministers explained that it will be possible to export some Russian products to Ukraine with a special permit. “Now a list of goods which it will be possible to export to Ukraine starting 1 June is being formed. Energy products are being included there, including oil and oil products.”

The Prime Minister added that he singed this directive several days ago. “Several days ago, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine have committed another unfriendly act towards our country. They have expanded the list of Russian products whose import into Ukraine is banned. We are forced to enact retaliatory measures to protect our interests.”

Apart from oil, Russia has banned the import into Ukraine of:

Products of coal tar processing

ethylene, propene, butene, butadiene

asphalt compounds for roads

benzene, toluene, xylene

paraffin, wax, made from oil products, mineral waxes, Vaseline

Product from Ukraine that are prohibited to be imported into Russia:

pipe laying machines, forklifts, bulldozers

hardware fasteners, ropes, cords, wires, nets

steel tableware

underwear, stockings, socks, bras, belts, corsets, braces, garters

shoes, soles, heel pads

suits, jackets, dresses, skirts, pants, shorts, t-shirts, long sleeve t-shits, sweaters