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how are those heart attack guns

 

http://english.pravda.ru/news/world/04-03-2014/127011-viktor_yanukovych_dies-0/

 

Ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has died tonight, Ukrainian media report citing Facebook oppositionist Mikhail Lebed.

According to him, he received the information about the death of the ousted Ukrainian leader from a friend of his, who works at the heart center in the city of Rostov, Russia.

"Yanykovych was brought there at around 11 PM on March 3 after suffering a heart attack, and an hour later he died," Lebed said.

There is no official confirmation to this news. Many Facebook users are assured that the message from Lebed was nothing but a hoax.

It was reported tonight that Yanukovych had sent a written request to Russian President Vladimir Putin to use Russian armed forces to protect the population of Ukraine. This was reported by the Russian envoy to the UN Security Council, Vitaly Churkin. He demonstrated a photocopy of the original letter to members of the UN Security Council.

 

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There's a lot of rumours that Yanukovych is dead and also rumours that he's still alive.

 

Try this article

http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/ukraine-crisis/u-s-foreign-policy-running-experiments-rats-putin-n43781

 

U.S. Foreign Policy Like Running 'Experiments on Rats': Putin

 

Putin ..... accused the U.S. of interfering in world affairs as if it were conducting experiments on lab rats.

“I think they sit there across the pond in the U.S., sometimes it seems … like they’re in a lab and they’re running all sorts of experiments on the rats without understanding consequences of what they’re doing,” Putin told reporters. “Why would they do that? Nobody can explain it.”......

 

Putin said he met Yanukovych two days ago in Russia. He dismissed rumors Yanukovych had died of a heart attack, describing him as "safe and sound."

He held out no hope that Yanukovych would return to power, however.

“He has already given up his power and I already told him before that he did not have any chance of being re-elected," Putin said, adding that the Ukrainian parliament was "partly legitimate."

"The acting president [Oleksandr Turchynov] is not legitimate," he said......

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and they have microwave and scalar energy weapons too

 

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-03-04/stock-rally-stalls-russia-test-fires-inter-continental-ballistic-missile

 

Why the Topol is good is because it can't be intercepted by any existing Western anti missile system.

The Topol guidance system generates a "random path" between the launch site and the target and it regenerates a new random path every 15 seconds.

This means that by the time any weapons system has locked onto it, it has already changed course.

The guidance software was developed in response to the US's hundred billion dollar Star Wars program which was promptly scrapped when the US found out the Russian had installed new software on their missles that meant you had to locate them, project their trajectory and then intercept them all in the space of 15 seconds.

Star Wars interceptor missiles would have to be travelling at about Mach 500 in order to shoot down the Topol.

Clever those Russians.

They have space pencils too.

 

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It's not so much that the Ruskies are that clever (although they are darn smart) as much as their getting technology from others.

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Yah, those space pencils ....

Dumb Americans instead spend millions to have biros work in space (but that was probably more to benefit private contractors than anything else).

The UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, INC has totally sucked the living daylights out of the stoopid people there.

I wonder when the dumbos will wake up to this.

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http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2010/05/18/microwave-hazards.aspx

 

Why Did the Russians Ban an Appliance Found in 90% of American Homes?

http://www.emfacts.com/2012/08/rncnirp-to-issue-report-on-russian-rf-research/

 

RNCNIRP to issue report on Russian RF research

From the International EMF Alliance:

Professor Yury Grigoriev calls for order and the world needs to listen:

“Man conquered the Black Plague, but he has created new problems – EMF pollution”

The Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection has agreed to provide a detailed report for the world containing clear information on the most important Russian research results in RF/EMF radiation over the past 50 years.

RF/EMF researchers and environmental activists, Eileen O’Connor, Director for the UK Radiation Research Trust charity and Sissel Halmøy, Chairman for the International EMF Alliance and Secretary General for the Citizens ́ Radiation Protection in Norway recently returned from a trip to meet with top scientists at the Russian Federation.

Halmøy said: “According to the RNCNIRP, the following health hazards are likely to be faced by children who use mobile phones in the near future: disruption of memory, decline of attention, diminishing learning and cognitive abilities, increased irritability, sleep problems, increase in sensitivity to the stress, increased epileptic readiness. Action must be taken immediately to adopt biologically based guidelines to protect children.” Current standards are based more on engineering needs than biological studies.

O’Connor said “The Russian report is a gift to the world. The UK Radiation Research Trust will present the report in the Autumn to the Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith MP and will be forwarded to the UK Chief Medical Officer, Professor Dame Sally Davies.” She added “Russian scientists are advanced in their knowledge on RF/EMF radiation and have extended the hand of friendship and are willing to share their expertise and knowledge. I hope decision makers from the western world accept this great honour and work together.”

Russian research offers crucial and important aspects of developmental relevance that conveys a sense of urgency for the global RF/EMF framework. Without it, national governments may not be able to ensure the health of future generations are protected, especially that of our children.

Russian warnings exists urging pregnant women to avoid using mobile phones entirely along with children under eighteen. Likewise, Germany, India, the United Kingdom, Israel, Finland, Belgium and Toronto, Canada, have issued health warnings for children to not use mobile phones, or for emergency use only. Unfortunately, most children, parents, doctors and teachers are not aware of this important information.

Furthermore, in May 2011 the World Health Organisation and IARC issued a classification stating that radio frequency – electromagnetic fields are possibly carcinogenic to humans (group 2B). This warning is issued not only for mobile phones and phone masts, but for Wi-Fi, smart meters, wireless computers and all applications of technology on the RF/EMF Spectrum (radio-frequency radiation to electromagnetic radiation.)

Chairman of Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, member of International Advisory Committee of WHO “EMF and Health” Professor Yury Grigoriev said: “The brain is a critical organ. Vital brain structures are under EMF exposure daily when using a mobile phone. The brain is made up of permanent complex biophysical processes and vital functions. We need to take care with mobile phones and use distance and reduce time. Children should use mobile phones for emergencies only and also use hands free.”

 

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Jim Willie Alert
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Jim Willie just issued an alert on the Ukraine situation to members of his Hat Trick Letter. Basically, he says the danger level has never been higher. Russia will not be isolated. The US and UK will. Jim says “The Anglo Americans have fallen into a carefully designed trap by the Russians and Chinese in a clever designed sequence. The unfolding of events has been more carefully engineered and orchestrated than what appears. Ukraine is about the last gasp of the USDollar.”

Now what lengths the US will go to defend the USD is the unknown. Nukes, viruses, who knows. This is a very dangerous time.

 

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German media making U-turn on Ukrainian tug-o‘-war?

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Photo: EPA Crowds rally in front of the Crimea's regional parliament in Simferopol, Ukraine

Radio listeners across Germany have reportedly woken up to a surprise turnaround in the media coverage of the escalating Ukrainian crisis following the February regime change and the ensuing uprising of Ukraine's Russia-leaning east and south.


German blogosphere and social networks are abuzz with the new stance of several state-run radio stations that have opted – in a moment of truth-seeking – to go against the massive tide of pro-West reporting and get to the root of the crisis that is tearing the ex-Soviet republic in two.

Bloggers are discussing the recent shows aired by the Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR), a member of German ARD consortium, which is now explaining to its German audience the difference between Ukraine's western and eastern populations.

According to on-the-ground reports, a slew of WDR services – WDR Eins Life, WDR 2, WDR 4 – and live news channel N24 have revised their take on the Ukrainian crisis overnight, going from the Ukraine-under-Russian-siege rhetoric to detailed coverage of pro-Russian protests that have fanned out across Crimea and scuffles between rival groups in the country's east.

Germany's mainstream channels still cling on to the black-and-white story of alleged Russian invasion in the autonomous Crimean peninsula in a US-driven bid to pressure Russia into giving up on the country in its “backyard”.

Meanwhile, comments that appear on the websites of Germany's most influential online magazines seem to disagree with the country's official stand, with Spiegel readers talking about evident illegitimacy of Ukraine's new self-proclaimed rulers and Russia's intrinsic right to defend its military facilities in Crimea, which serves as the home base of its Black Sea Fleet.

Many commentators pointed out that the Turchynov regime should put the status of Crimea to a referendum, while others were apparently anxious about neo-Nazi views taking hold in Ukraine.

Many Germans underscored that calls for non-intervention sounded hypocritical, to say the least, when coming from the United States leadership, considered a string of invasions in Cuba, Iraq, Libya and its recent attempts to attack Syria.

Anti-regime protests are meanwhile spreading across the east and south of the country. In several cities, pro-Russia activists entered parliament buildings and raised the Russian flag.

According to Germany's largest daily Sueddeutschezeitung, residents in Kharkiv threw pro-regime forces out of the regional government's headquarters shouting “Krakhiv and Russia!” Police did not interfere. Similar protests have engulfed the coal mining city of Donetsk.

Voice of Russia, Sueddeutschezeitung

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Theodore Dalrymple aka Dr Anthony Daniels in Taki Mag


Be that as it may, Russia holds all the trump cards in this situation. It can turn off Western Europe’s central heating at a stroke, and for Europeans such heating is the whole meaning and purpose of life—together with six-week annual holidays in Bali or Benidorm. Therefore Europe will risk nothing for the sake of Ukraine, except perhaps a few billion in loans of no one’s money, a trifle in current economic circumstances. If Bismarck were to return today, he would say that the whole of Ukraine was not worth the cold of one unheated radiator.


http://takimag.com/article/the_wisdom_of_a_ukrainian_plumber_theodore_dalrymple/print#ixzz2v4on1hqW

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German media making U-turn on Ukrainian tug-o‘-war?

 

9h_51258093.jpg

Photo: EPA Crowds rally in front of the Crimea's regional parliament in Simferopol, Ukraine

Radio listeners across Germany have reportedly woken up to a surprise turnaround in the media coverage of the escalating Ukrainian crisis following the February regime change and the ensuing uprising of Ukraine's Russia-leaning east and south.

 

 

German blogosphere and social networks are abuzz with the new stance of several state-run radio stations that have opted – in a moment of truth-seeking – to go against the massive tide of pro-West reporting and get to the root of the crisis that is tearing the ex-Soviet republic in two.

 

Bloggers are discussing the recent shows aired by the Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR), a member of German ARD consortium, which is now explaining to its German audience the difference between Ukraine's western and eastern populations.

 

According to on-the-ground reports, a slew of WDR services – WDR Eins Life, WDR 2, WDR 4 – and live news channel N24 have revised their take on the Ukrainian crisis overnight, going from the Ukraine-under-Russian-siege rhetoric to detailed coverage of pro-Russian protests that have fanned out across Crimea and scuffles between rival groups in the country's east.

 

Germany's mainstream channels still cling on to the black-and-white story of alleged Russian invasion in the autonomous Crimean peninsula in a US-driven bid to pressure Russia into giving up on the country in its “backyard”.

 

Meanwhile, comments that appear on the websites of Germany's most influential online magazines seem to disagree with the country's official stand, with Spiegel readers talking about evident illegitimacy of Ukraine's new self-proclaimed rulers and Russia's intrinsic right to defend its military facilities in Crimea, which serves as the home base of its Black Sea Fleet.

 

Many commentators pointed out that the Turchynov regime should put the status of Crimea to a referendum, while others were apparently anxious about neo-Nazi views taking hold in Ukraine.

 

Many Germans underscored that calls for non-intervention sounded hypocritical, to say the least, when coming from the United States leadership, considered a string of invasions in Cuba, Iraq, Libya and its recent attempts to attack Syria.

 

Anti-regime protests are meanwhile spreading across the east and south of the country. In several cities, pro-Russia activists entered parliament buildings and raised the Russian flag.

 

According to Germany's largest daily Sueddeutschezeitung, residents in Kharkiv threw pro-regime forces out of the regional government's headquarters shouting “Krakhiv and Russia!” Police did not interfere. Similar protests have engulfed the coal mining city of Donetsk.

 

Voice of Russia, Sueddeutschezeitung

 

Can you see the winds of change? I've just been told that victory is so near, we can almost taste it.

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The old MSM organs still seem to think it is "business as usual"

 

When I read the reportage in the Wall Street Journal, it is as if it is coming from a Time Warp:

 

+ Putin grabbing territory while he can

+ Obama not effective, maybe cowardly

+ Russia vulnerable, because of weakness in the economy

 

Compare the Horsefeathers there, will articles on VT, or the comments by Paul Craig Roberts

 

I want to ridicule the old war-monging ideology

 

What happened to those old fashioned types that used to whine about GEI's move away from

mainstream spin? Have they run away, or just stopped posting?

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LOL! The truth will out. As I told you some days ago and also as VT said, those snipers were working for the NWO losers. VT called them Gladio 1 or 2. It's the old chestnut - cause the problem, miraculously offer your solution and hopefully, the fish will take the bait and fall into line with your plans. Eff off you bl***y w**kers! Your old tricks don't work any more now that people have the internet to turn to for info.

 

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-03-05/behind-kiev-snipers-it-was-somebody-new-coaltion-stunning-new-leak-reveals-truth

 

"Behind The Kiev Snipers It Was Somebody From The New Coalition", A Stunning New Leak Reveals

 

.... it is revealed on tape that all those photos of horrifying deaths of Ukrainians by snipers during the last days of the Median stand off, were in fact caused not by Snipers controlled by Yanukovich, but that the snipers shot at both protesters and police in Kiev were allegedly hired by Maidan leaders!.....

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http://irishsavant.blogspot.ie/2014/03/ukraine-mist-begins-to-clear.html?zx=7c80c7962099fefd

 

 

Ukraine: The mist begins to clear

With the appointment by the new 'government' of oligarchs to key positions throughout the country, the motivation for the coup becomes a lot clearer. The oligarchs in Ukraine got their paws on the loot just like their comrades in Russia. With funds provided by 'international bankers' (nudge, wink), these vultures bought for buttons all major enterprises previously owned by the state. In fact they acquired entire sectors of the newly "privatised" national economy.

When reading the following bear in mind that, according to the 2001 Ukrainian census, there are only 103,000 Jews in Ukraine, which is 0.2% of the total population.

Now who are these "Ukrainian" oligarchs?

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Ihor Kolomoyskyi, just appointed the new governor of Dnepropetrovsk is a dual Ukrainian-Israeli citizen who controls his business empire from Switzerland. He's the third richest person in Ukraine and according to Forbes the 377th richest in the world. His main assets are in banking and aviation, and, inevitably, he owns a high profile football club....presumably to gain some street cred with the hoi polloi. Interestingly, since 2010 rumors where circulating that Kolomoiskyi assets were coming under pressure from the authorities.

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The new governor of Donetsk Region is Sergey Taruta, who is estimated to be worth around $2 billion, putting him among the top-10 wealthiest people in Ukraine. He heads ISD, one of the biggest mining and smelting companies in the world, and also own Donetsk-based Metallurg Football Club. I'm unable to definitively determine his ethnicity but based on his looks, the way he got his money and the company he keeps I can make a reasonable guess.

Victor Pinchuk is the son-of-law of former President Leonid Kuchma (Kuchma gained office through the prodigious efforts of one George Soros.) Pinchuk is the owner of several oil, gas and energy import/export companies. He also owns the nation's largest steel mill and a chain of banks. His group has very strong ties with other Jewish organisations in Ukraine, as well as in the U.S. and Israel. He is a member of the Ukrainian Parliament and one of the leaders of the Ukrainian Labour Party (sic).

Vadim Rabinovich is a citizen of Israel. In 1980 he was charged in Ukraine with stealing state property and spent 9 months in a jail. In 1984 he was arrested again and sentenced to 14 years in prison for his black market activities . He was released in 1990. In 1993 he became a representative of the Austrian company "Nordex" in Ukraine. The company somehow received exclusive rights to sell Russian oil from president Kuchma. In 1997 Rabinovich became president of the All-Ukrainian Jewish Congress, and in 1999 he was elected head of the United Jewish Community of Ukraine. That same year the Associated Press estimated his wealth as $1 billion. Rabinovich owns Central Europe Media Enterprises, which controls television stations in seven East European countries.

Victor Medvedchuk was formerly Leonid Kuchma's Chief of Staff. The Medvedchuk-Surkis cabal controls Ukraine's energy sector (8 regional energy companies), oil and gas market, alcohol and sugar production, shipbuilding, and athletic organizations. He is a member of the Ukrainian Parliament, and a leader in the Social Democratic party of Ukraine (SDPU). I'm assuming he's Jewish based on his background and this hagiography in Jewish World Review.

Gregory Surkis, also Jewish, is CEO of Slavutich, a company that controls several huge energy companies (KirovogradEnergo, PoltavEnergo, etc). He also owns a soccer team, the prestigious Dynamo-Kiev, and is a president of the Professional Soccer League. He too is a member of the Ukrainian Parliament.

 

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We are the 1%! Kiev gives oligarchs top jobs

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These guys (somehow) remind me of Jon Corzine,
another rich former governor - who likes to loot things

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