“Vladimir Putin’s objective is being achieved by distracting the 260,000 American-armed Ukrainian and other troops by putting on a show near Kiev. A long convoy of very old tanks and trucks languishing along a highway has attracted a lot of attention, while Russian Federation troops kicked the Nazis out of Mariupol. Missiles fired into Kiev and points west to the training center have been another distraction,” explains a member of Leonid Pasechnyk’s government in the Luhansk PR. She does not wish to be identified as she is not authorized to speak for the Russian Federation.
“At the same time, our Luhansk PR Army and Donetsk PR Army are seizing the Donbass all the way past the Minsk agreement contact line to the original border defined by our two republics, in our respective constitutions of 2014, and along the coast to Crimea including Mariupol,” the source explained as distant fighting sounded like thunder. She closed her jacket as the sun settled in the western sky, the air becoming colder.
Watch video. Russian troops provide food, water and personal necessities to each civilian who came out of their homes on the announcement via loud hailer and local humanitarian workers, in Mariupol.
“After eight years of Ukrainian and American shelling of our urban areas, the governments of Luhansk PR and Donetsk PR are grateful for this rescue and support from the Moscow leadership, and the Russian Federation Army,” explained the LPR source.
Several other persons including nurses, doctors and humanitarian workers in Luhansk City plus captured soldiers of the Azov brigades and Ukrainian Army held near Luhansk City corroborated the information in this article.
By Melissa Hemingway in Ukraine
Nazi apparel, memorabilia and flags are being found in the liberated homes in the Donbass where Ukrainian troops and Neo-Nazi militia’s now an integral part of the Ukrainian Army, trained by the CIA according to one such person who has been captured, are being driven out and the villages and cities eventually returned to the homeowners. In the wake of retreating Ukrainian Troops, this is what Luhansk and Donetsk Armies are finding. In the former homes of ordinary people, where Azov troops have evicted the owners, and later fled when the Russian Federation backed liberators from Donetsk and Luhansk pushed the occupiers out, this is what liberating forces of the LPR and DPR have been finding everywhere. Photo Credit: Melissa Hemingway in Ukraine
“Mr. Putin said on 24 February that he would not occupy Ukraine from the outset. It is likely that Russian troops will remain in Donetsk and Luhansk republics after the region is freed from the Nazi militias of which there are about 12 different brigades although the most famous is Azov. That clearing out is expected to happen relatively soon, [translated]” she added.
“Why would Putin want to occupy a country where every man, woman, and child has been given weapons and every street gang, looter, rapist, robber, neo-Nazi has grenades, rifles and shoulder launched missiles?”
Ukraine was about to invade Donetsk and Luhansk on the first of March say captured documents offered by Russian sources who plead to have their case heard. “We have seen four camps like this each one with thousands of tents,” said a local humanitarian worker, recently driving a bus for evacuees in the Eastern region of Ukraine. This image is of one of many abandoned Ukraine/Allies bases on the border of Ukraine and the Republics of Donetsk and Luhansk (Donbass Region) on 24 February 2022. Estimated 60 thousands of troops were preparing to attack the Russian people in Donbass in March. Ukrainian troops fled as Russian troops entered the area. They changed into their civilian clothes, threw down their uniforms and ran to mingle with the local communities. Photo credit: Courtesy: The RINJ Foundation. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective Magazine
“This brutal strategy of seizing Mariupol across to the Donbas would connect by land the Republics of Donbass and Luhansk to Crimea, effectively joining them to the Russian Federation,” explained Dale Carter from near the Russian border in Luhansk PR where she with a local RINJ Women worker, Lana, are driving a refugee evacuation bus, empty of people but filled with humanitarian rations, back to Mariupol to pick up more survivors of the ghastly war there. Many busses are now doing just that, says the RINJ coordinator for that region.
“To go west to Poland is a two-to-three day trip and for only a small number of people it is not the best or safest route. But there are bigger busses traveling in convoys and trains to connect and make the trip to Lviv in western Ukraine, around 70 kilometers from Poland, where they can be processed to go into Poland. RINJ was using 7 busses for over a month for evacuations but we are down to four busses now. Three were shot up and broke down. The Ukrainian national militias are stopping everything and randomly shooting refugees. After I was hit by a spent bullet, an elderly guy, maybe the most beautiful human I ever met, who is a mechanic in Mariupol, gave me a sheet of steel he put beside my seat in early March, so this is my bus. I tried to get him to come with me on one of my refugee evacuation trips but he said no. Now I worry about him,” explained Lana in an occasionally interrupted conversation due to leaving the Russian Federation where communications are good, and entering the Donbass where it is bad.
“We need to get the homeless out of Mariupol as soon as possible because if they wander around looking for shelter they will encounter unexploded ordnance. I also have to get our people out but Alona Adamovich who runs the birthing clinics and women’s shelter is refusing to leave for God’s sake,” explained Lana as the two women jostled along the road entering Donbass.
“On a normal day, before the war, it would take about 18 hours to drive a bus to Lviv on (1,225.6 km) Е50 and М12. Today it takes two days, one way, or even three days if we have to go around road blockages using alternate routes,” said Lana, a RINJ Women humanitarian worker who has been evacuating refugees from Ukraine since 19-20 February 2022, both eastward and westward. (Google Map)
America has infiltrated Ukraine in Many Ways
The American Bar Association, funded by the US government, has worked to “advance human rights and the rule of law in Ukraine since 1992, specifically addressing anti-corruption, anti-human trafficking, bar development, and anti-cybercrime. Collaborating with Ukrainian stakeholders, we worked to draft and analyze legislation, to create a unified bar association and to support the establishment of a legal aid system,” according to the ABA website.
“These efforts continue today through funding from the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (DRL),” says Dale Carter, “but it has not done much good. This is a vary corrupt nation. The government and all of the institutions are corrupt. Zelensky last week eliminated a dozen political opposition leaders including the former president whom he said ‘complicated things’. People say for years now, that has been going on under the tutelage of the American CIA, which has also been training militas that are attacking the ethnic Russian people of the Donbass.” explains Dale Carter who is the security director for The RINJ Foundation.
“In the same time, since 1992, the US Pentagon has partnered with Ukraine for the management of biolabs, somewhere between 12 and 30 of them. Everyone is afraid that a shell or missile will hit one of those buildings and release a dangerous disease like anthrax or plague. Everyone is talking about that and Lana here has been asked a few times in the past three weeks if she will drive past any of this installations. Some of the elderly people know a lot to be afraid of, they say,” explained Ms. Carter.
“Everywhere a person goes in Ukraine, there are signs of the American presence. We have seen soldiers wearing both Ukraine and American badges on their combat fatigues.”
Defence Threat Reduction Agency *(DTRA or DoDDTRA) says it enables Department of Defense (DoD), the U.S. Government, and International Partners to counter and deter Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) and Emerging Threats including nuclear biological and chemical (NBC) weapon threats. Photo Credit: The Agency that is ‘partnered’ with the Ukraine authority that runs the controverted biomedical-research labs in Ukraine.
The USA Agency ‘partnered’ with the Ukraine authority that runs the controverted biomedical-research labs in Ukraine as the Defence Threat Reduction Agency.
C-SPAN US Senate video below: “Ukraine has biological research facilities,” says Victoria Nuland, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs. She is not an infectious disease expert.
Video Below: Undersecretary Nuland Questioned on Ukraine BioLabs as reported on Fox News Tucker Carlson Show
Graph below: The USA has been pouring billions into Ukraine since 1993, trying to control the country adjacent to Russia since the breakup of the Soviet Union.
“Since 2014, a war against the ethnic Russians in the Donbass region in the east of Ukraine has been waged by American and Ukrainian soldiers and artillery. The Russian Federation “military operation” or “brutal invasion” has rescued the ethnic Russians in the LPR and the DPR of the Donbass region and if you lived here for the past ten years, you would know that, but I have not seen one f*n Western journalist around here except a guy from RT for the last five years and a woman from Canada in the past week,” explains humanitarian worker, Lana, who has been driving a bus for the past six weeks evacuating the Donbass and Mariupol.
For eight years the shelling of Donetsk PR and Luhansk PR has continued. Nevelske is a settlement in Donetsk PR destroyed completely to the point of being uninhabitable in November 2021 Shelling by Ukraine
Nazi memorabilia and flags, typical findings by LPR forces left behind by Ukrainian troops who occupied the homes of former residents of Luhansk PR cities taken over by Ukraine in the past eight years. Photo Credit: Melissa Hemingway in Ukraine
As the Donetsk PR and Luhansk PR armies supported by Russian Federation troops continue their success of pushing the Ukrainian army and the Azov and other Nazi militias out of the occupied territory of Luhansk, many refugees are requiring medical assistance before moving toward Rostov where food and shelter await them, explains the Luhansk official.
In this video below her boss is visiting some of the refugees from Rubizhne, Luhansk who are in fairly rough shape. Suffering PTSD and other maladies, they are actually being treated by medical practitioners who studied medicine in their home city at the Luhansk State Medical University and this is especially helpful because of the cultural connection and patient comfort, explain the nurses seen in the video below. One 14-year old boy has been living under neo-Nazi rule since he was seven years old, his parents explained. The boy says he was often threatened he would be shot, even though he was providing food to the Azov soldiers, they had demanded.
Video: The head of the Luhansk People’s Republic (LPR), Leonid Pasechnik, asked a family of refugees from the Sievierodonetsk Raion of Rubizhne in LPR, some of whom are hospitalized, how the Ukrainian military, who occupied residential buildings, treated civilians. Recently the Nazi-controlled area was liberated by the Donetsk and Luhansk republic’s armies with support from the Russian Federation Troops.
“They could shoot at any time, people came to help them, bring food, and they said: go from here until you are shot, [translated]” 14-year-old Vladislav answered the question of the head of the Luhansk Republic.
“The important thing is that you stayed alive, the important thing is that you are safe now. Don’t worry. We are going there to liberate our territory from the fascism that is flourishing there, in the hostages of which all of you were held, [translated]” President Pasechnik said.
“Many of the local medical workers and some of the NWOB.org local nurses here trained at Luhansk State Medical University in Rubizhne,” explained Lana while she was driving and occasionally chatting. “Many of our other nurses here and in Kiev are from the Philippines where they trained at the St. Louis University,” she added.
Deputies of the State Duma of the Russian Federation visited the wounded defenders of the LPR undergoing treatment in the Luhansk Republican Clinical Hospital (LRCB). State Duma deputies Alexander Yushchenko, Kazbek Taysayev and Yana Lantratova talked with wounded servicemen of the LPR People’s Militia and the Russian army, and also presented them with commemorative medals
“A joint delegation of the State Duma and the Federation Council (Russian Federation) came to the LPR for humanitarian purposes. Today we visited the hospital in order to support the fighters who were injured on the front line,” Yushchenko said. Official Photo Via Nurses Without Borders
The USA quit the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty with Russia in 2018. Since then it has developed missiles that would have breached that treaty, but not yet fired in anger they have caused rumours to fly around Ukraine where people, especially the elderly who lived through the time of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, fear a nuclear attack from America, not Russia.
Infuriating Russia, June 2020 – New American INF treaty-busting Intermediate Nuclear Missiles for Poland, Estonia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Latvia, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, possibly Philippines, New Zealand and Australia under the new AUKUS deal, as well as ground launched missiles already under development by the Army with a range prohibited by the former treaty the USA left just before the Pandemic started, including the Precision Strike Missile and the Long-Range Hypersonic Weapon.
Russia objects to the missiles surrounding Russia in Europe and all along the Asian Seas from Japan to Korea and the Russian and Chinese coasts.
Not All Ukrainians are fighting the Russians. Millions are opposed to Ukraine’s autocracy and are fighting alongside Russia.
“The planned liberation of the Donetsk PR and the Luhansk PR follows eight years of American and Ukrainian brutal attacks against the ethnic Russian populations of the two republics. Of course the ‘military operation’ is welcomed by the millions of ethnic Russians living in the Donbass,” explains Ms. Carter.
Example: Russians and Ukrainians are at peace in Ivankiv an urban settlement in Kiev Oblast
“In accordance with a decision to provide help to the expatriate communities living in the affected territories of Ukraine, the Russian Emergencies Ministry organized work on the payment of funds. Lump-sum payments in the amount of 10 thousand rubles are aimed at supporting the most socially vulnerable groups of the population – pensioners and public sector employees. In these territories of Ukraine, points for issuing financial assistance are starting to operate, the security of them is provided by the National Guard,” a statement on the website of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation says.
Ukrainian Physician Igor in the United States wants peace like all medical workers in Ukraine, Poland, Russia and around the world.
Igor started his career in Ukraine and did his education here. He explains why and how a negotiated settlement is needed in the Ukraine War.