War in Ukraine: Bombs and Terror for the People of Donetsk, and US Snipers…

Last night was once more a night of terror for the civilian population of the Peoples Republic of Donetsk, and especially for those at the edge of the capital.“From 18:00 till midnight the Ukrainian side was shelling the localitites of Trudovskiye and Aleksandrovka of the Petrovsky district of Donetsk, and also the territory of the airport and the industrial zone. 127 shells of 82mm and 120mm calibre, and also eight artillery projectiles of 122mm calibre came in on these districts,” said an official of the DPR.

by Fort Rus, Global Research: 

ukarine-ukraine_masks_of_the_revolution-pltv_-fr_-1024x576The Gorlovka region wasn’t spared either the night before, as no fewer than 15 mortars landed on the village of Zaitsevo.

The Ukrainian army also used infantry fighting vehicles, grenade launchers and small arms last night. And though the number of victims and the amount of destruction is yet to be confirmed, further south, at Sakhanka, a civilian of 53 years was injured during the bombardment of the area by the Ukrainian army with 82 mm mortars.

The previous night in the same area, two civilians were wounded in the bombing and 15 houses were damaged. And yesterday, a Ukrainian sabotage attack, covered by diversionary fire of mortars and artillery, killed two soldiers of the DPR and kidnapped a third. (The positions of the Ukrainian army are quite near the front line town of Shirokino.)

In violation of its mandate, OSCE refused to register the bombing:

“Yesterday the OSCE observers refused to register the bombing of the southern villages of the Republic and to help restore the cease-fire,” said a spokesman for the operational command of the army of DPR.

Decidedly, the more this goes on, the more we have to wonder what’s the use of OSCE being there, especially when you see its silence with the arrival on the front of new military equipment and foreign snipers on the Ukrainian side: Intelligence services of the People’s Republic of Donetsk have detected the presence of heavy mortars and American snipers near Gorlovka.

“Our intelligence services continue to identify military equipment of the FAU that will be destroyed if the punishers launch an offensive. Thus, near the town of Mayorsk (1.5 km from the contact line) near the bridge, we detected the firing positions of six 120 mm mortars,” said Edward Bassurin, second in command of the DPR Army.

“In addition, our intelligence services have established the presence of snipers who arrived in the area of the ATO from the United States. We are now gathering the facts documenting their criminal activities against the people of Donbass,” said Bassurin.

Despite these flagrant violations of agreements signed in Minsk, the army of the DPR, continues to respect these agreements. Thus following the withdrawal of the armed forces which finally happened in Petrovskoye, deminers of the DPR’s army started demining the area, as agreed in the disengagement agreement.

However, a resumption of hostilities seemed imminent, in the background of growing popular discontent in Ukraine and growing tensions between Ukraine and Poland (yet one of its most fervent supporters), following the launch of the film “Volyn” by director Wojciech Smarzowski. His film exposed the massacre of Volyn Poles by Ukrainian nationalists during World War II — An episode that the current Ukrainian authorities would like to keep hidden from the eyes of the world, because it shows the real face of those “Heroes of Ukraine,” Bandera and his fellow collaborators.

As at the time of the release of Paul Moreira’s documentary “Ukraine: the masks of the revolution,” the film triggered an outcry in Ukraine, with the Ukrainian media literally raging against him.

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8 thoughts on “War in Ukraine: Bombs and Terror for the People of Donetsk, and US Snipers…

  1. The “tensions” between Poland and Ukraine are a “red herring” by a Russian “false flag” operation to separate two potential allies that could frustrate Russian expansion. Poland was the first nation to recognize Ukrainian independence and sovereignty because most Poles KNOW that an independent Ukraine helps insure Polish independence and sovereignty.

    Putin cannot afford to let Russian citizens THINK that they could protest against him like the Ukrainians did against Yanukovich or ALLOW elections in Russia like the ones in Poland where opposition parties actually win and become the party in power.

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    • You obviously are unaware of what has gone on in Ukraine. That is was a coup engineered by the US. Or that the US has broken a verbal treaty and now has Russia surrounded by Nukes. As regards false flags, and tension between Ukraine and Poland, this has been created because of the US coup where no real elections took place. Please watch the documentary on Ukraine posted on this site.


    • I’m aware of all the millions given by the Obama administration to the president of Ukraine in exchange for “favors” like bringing weapons to the border with Russia, and provoking the russians. The Ukrainian president has locked up children in basements without electricity, and away from their parents. Many of these children are terrified by the bombs dumped close to them, many have died, their legs and arms exhibited by the fascists in parliament. Children are the target of the Ukrainian president to force Russia to invade the Ukrainian country. Yes, my name is Ainhoa Aristizabal and I’m writing with my WordPress.com account.


      • The president of Ukraine is drunk since he arrives to his office, and leaves 3 hours later. This is not a president, and he himself made public that the former president of Ukraine resigned after being persecuted by the fascists with the intention to kill him.


  2. Yes, my name is Ainhoa Aristizabal and I was in Ukraine 2 years ago. What I saw on whatever was left on the streets are citizens with their heads and limbs separated from their bodies. Children dead holding to their mothers body. No one so far has taken a step to condemned these attrocities: no Amnesty International, and other organizations receiving money from the U.S. government!


  3. Yes, my name is Ainhoa Aristizabal and I visited Donesk when it was being bombed by the Ukrainian government. What I saw was horrific, children held to their mothers already dead. What the US government did to stop this massacre? NOTHING!


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