Bombed Ukrainian refugees pour into Russia

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Ukraine Russia border June 2014

Ukrainian refugees pour into Russia

…  by Press TV

 

–  First published  June 4, 2014  –

12,000 Ukrainians flee into Rostov, Russia
12,000 Ukrainians flee into Rostov, Russia

Russian authorities have declared a state of emergency in Rostov Province along the border with Ukraine, due to an influx of refugees from Ukraine’s troubled eastern regions.

Rostov’s Governor Vasily Golubev made the decision on Wednesday after a growing number of refugees arrived from Ukraine.

According to local officials, some 7,000 people, mostly women and children, have crossed the border to take shelter in Russia in the past 24 hours.

Officials said 15 regions in the Rostov Province have been stretched to the limit due to the large number of Ukrainian refugees.

This is while hundreds of other refugees have taken shelter in Crimea, which has recently rejoined the Russian Federation.

The influx of refugees comes as civilians have been targeted during Kiev’s military operations in the eastern regions of Donetsk and Lugansk.

Ukrainians flee into Russia, causing state of emergency
Ukrainians flee into Russia, causing state of emergency

On Tuesday, Russia submitted a draft resolution to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), calling for an immediate ceasefire and a humanitarian corridor in Ukraine.

Russian Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Vitaly Churkin has said the humanitarian situation in Ukraine needs to be addressed urgently. Churkin pointed to the “heavy and indiscriminate shelling of residential areas” using both artillery and aviation, saying the operations are killing civilians every day.

The government in Kiev has been staging military operations since mid-April in the eastern and southern regions in a bid to root out pro-Russia protests there. On June 2 alone, at least 10 people, including several civilians, were killed during operations in the city of Lugansk.

The country’s two eastern regions of Donetsk and Lugansk declared independence on May 12 following local referendums in which the regions’ residents voted overwhelmingly in favor of independence from Kiev.

The referendums followed a similar vote in Crimea in March that led to the reunification of the peninsula with the Russian Federation.


Editing: Erica P. Wissinger

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13 COMMENTS

  1. http //www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0zRD-Ulv2s

    In Russian with English subtitles.

    The attack is already underway – the interesting thing is that the Russian population is well informed about the reality of what’s going on in the world (I can see it myself on Russian TV, even though I don’t understand what’s being said there is real anger there towards the West now) – while the Western population who only get their news from “trusted” sources such as the BBC will have no idea that the Ukrainian military has launched air strikes within its own borders, hitting schools and clinics as well as residential buildings, and has killed some of it’s own people NOT terrorists – UKRAINIAN PEOPLE.

    The silence of the BBC and the rest of the controlled Western Mainstream Media on such matters is quite sickening, as right-minded Westerners are being blinded to the real story. They only hear about “pro-Russia” instead of “anti-Kiev” and think that Eastern Ukrainians are all bomb-building maniacs.

    Europe had better hope for an extremely mild Winter because the effects of this dumbing down of the population will bite hard and quickly.

    Europe is in tatters.

  2. One of Russia’s biggest problems is a dwindling population. I have no idea if this is by design or if Putin is making lemonade but it is sure working out to his advantage. He is getting native speaking populations, his naval ports back under his control and is greatly increasing his trade agreements with the east and it has cost him nothing. Those are major moves on the chess board.

  3. I used to think the MIC was racist for attaching Arab and Muslim states. I was wrong. I was also waiting to see how many Ukrainian citizens would pour into Russia at the slightest mention that the thugs would be in their neighborhoods. I grossly underestimated that too.
    First chains and clubs, then the trucks and tanks, then helicopters, always the door to door invasions, and now planes. tomorrow drones? All in populated cities in search of “terrorists” who call Kiev their home. Putin is right however. Kiev aint Russia, its Kiev. Like Crimea they have go to him. At least they have a place to go, not an empty desert.

  4. I figured that Putin, the shameless coward that he is, would do nothing at all as the Jews and their puppets slaughter the peasantry of Eastern Ukraine…and unfortunately it looks like I was correct.

    • Mr. Smith, how is it only Putin’s job to protect Ukrainians from evil minions? Among a sea of craven cowards, ie “statesmen” the world over, Putin appears to be constructing a much larger picture than reacting to each absurd and horrible development as the zionists would wish.

      My studied understanding is that it took decades of masterful chess play to take Russia back from the Jewish Bolshevik interlopers/ mass murders. Ukraine has fallen to these same forces, and it only lengthens the game.

      The Russian leadership is not stupid enough to roll into Ukraine and provide the current Bolsheviks an excuse to claim any kind of excuse to retaliate and burn down Europe yet again. Certainly Putin is not Mother Theresa, how could he be in this massive game?

      With respect Mr. Smith, if you are an American and slave to private banking cartels please look into the public banking institute, bitcoin, and the like as practical places to add energy towards the greatest benefit.

    • “Mr. Smith, how is it only Putin’s job to protect Ukrainians from evil minions?”

      Who said it’s “only” “his” “job”? Not me. Although he does happen to be the one that fate put in the best position, legally, morally and practically, to do something about it.

      After all, one apparent reason – and perhaps the main reason – that the Jews targeted Ukraine in the first place was to use it as a convenient platform to mount further attacks on Russia; e.g., terrorist attacks, covert destabilization efforts, more NATO bases and an anti-missile system on the Russian border, etc. And surely Putin realizes this.

      So if both Russia and the Russian-speaking Eastern Ukrainian population both have a common interest to prevent the area from falling into Jewish hands, why is it only the Eastern Ukrainians who have to sacrifice blood and treasure to protect the area?

    • “Among a sea of craven cowards, ie “statesmen” the world over, Putin appears to be constructing a much larger picture than reacting to each absurd and horrible development as the zionists would wish. My studied understanding is that it took decades of masterful chess play to take Russia back from the Jewish Bolshevik interlopers/ mass murders.

      And my “studied understanding” is that most of the credit for the decline of Jewish influence in Russia actually goes to Stalin. It is also my “studied understanding” that Putin is largely responsible for the fact that the barbarians are now at the gates he’s supported the official narrative of 9/11; he’s failed to arm Syria and Iran (and Iraq) with modern air defense systems; he’s materially supported the aggression against Afghanistan; he’s failed to use his veto power in the UN Security Council to veto the attack against Libya, etc. Unlike Stalin, he’s shown himself to be a weakling, and the Jews have taken full advantage.

      “Ukraine has fallen to these same forces, and it only lengthens the game.”

      Let’s face it, the Jews have been working to subvert Ukraine for a long time. What excuse will you make for Putin’s failure to do anything to counter their efforts over the last ten years?

    • “The Russian leadership is not stupid enough to roll into Ukraine and provide the current Bolsheviks an excuse to claim any kind of excuse to retaliate and burn down Europe yet again. Certainly Putin is not Mother Theresa, how could he be in this massive game?”

      Where the “stupidity” comes in is in the Russian leadership’s letting it get to this point in the first place. Unfortunately, appeasement doesn’t work against Jews out to conquer the world.

      What did Sun Tzu say about “knowing your enemy”…”if you don’t know your enemy, you’re doomed”, or something like that? Putin is apparently finding that out the hard way.

      “With respect Mr. Smith, if you are an American and slave to private banking cartels please look into the public banking institute, bitcoin, and the like as practical places to add energy towards the greatest benefit.”

      Huh?

    • See your original one-liner comment to understand mine. Stalin was a jewish zionist and jews did not begin to abandon their posts in the Soviet Union until circa 1990.

      About banking, you can’t fix Eurasia from the US while the US is usury’s spearhead. We heal ourselves first.

    • I disagree about Stalin. As far as I know, he wasn’t Jewish (although he was married to a Jewess). And “zionist”? IIRC, when Israel was created, many Russian Jews became ideologically conflicted, Stalin then didn’t trust them, and they were purged from positions of power and influence in the USSR. Apparently there’s some reason to believe that Jews may have murdered Stalin. After all, it’s a historical fact that the USSR did end up supporting Arab states.

      ****http //www.jewornotjew.com/profile.jsp?ID=192

    • I think you may change your mind harold after you have read this little piece….

      http //northerntruthseeker.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/very-important-article-that-answers.html

    • That article actually reinforces my belief that Putin – despite all that’s happened over the last 12 years, for example – still doesn’t see the big picture; i.e., he still doesn’t actually “know” the enemy.

  5. Of course, this will get less than ZERO attention in the MSM, since it’s just more zionist-induced terrorism in Ukraine and we’re all supposed to support the dirty scumsucking filth.

    I hope you all have a stronger stomach than I do.

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