Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Day of International Criminal Justice and Putin Continues Committing Crimes

July 17 marks the day that the Rome Statute was signed and thus chosen as the Day of International Criminal Justice. The Rome Statute established the International Criminal Court on this day in 1998, and by July 1, 2002 it had entered into force. Somehow after the terrible atrocities of the early and mid -twentieth century the world had forgotten about things like genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and the crime of aggression. As a result of such crimes in Rwanda and in the Balkans eventually 122 states have signed and ratified this Statute.

As off 2012 Ukraine had signed but still not ratified the Rome Statute, and with no doubt in my mind this gerrymandering of the part of the Yanukovych criminal regime for: On 4 April 2012, the Foreign Minister of Ukraine told the President of the International Criminal Court that "Ukraine intends to join the Rome Statute once the necessary legal preconditions have been created in the context of the upcoming review of the country’s constitution. No doubt it didn't because of Yanukovych diddling with Ukraine's constitution. I hope President Poroshenko and the current government ratify this document for at this point it could play in their favour.

Russia, is also a signatory of the Statute and probably never want to ratify it, as it is one of the largest perpetrators of crimes against neighbouring states, ethnic groups and much since the demise of the Soviet Union, which was just as fictional and deceitful as the Romanov Dynasty! And the murders of countless more people than Hitler, Pol Pot, and the scums in Rwanda and Srebrenica.

The Hail of Terror

Since Poroshenko's election on May 25, 2014 some serious inroads have been made in liberating territories held by Moscovy backed and its citizen terrorists in the East of the country. Ukraine's crowd funded and primarily volunteer military forces together with what remains of Ukraine's regular forces have been taking on heavily Moscow operatives in the East of Ukraine and they are doing an incredible job.

Many can't understand why, because they have been so suckled at the teat of living in a democracy they will never understand what it is to fight for your nation and its freedom. The patriot volunteers and many who have died are young, they have experienced the non-Soviet ideology and its freedom. This in itself is one of the crowning factors of which represented the Euromaidan over the Orange (R)evolution. While I have not been a proponent of Ukrainians dying to defend their country against foreigners, I have definitely stated in the past that Ukraine would not become a nation without a bloody revolution!

As many of these young heroes pushed the Moscovite citizen shit-disturbers out of their strongholds of Slovyansk, those same scum decided to run towards to Donetsk! Though let's remember who these people running from Slovyansk to Donetsk are... and sorry brother where to hell did they get their armour?

However, for some time now these so called Russian Separatists who are in fact led by a Russian citizen by the name of Strelkov, he is a Russian Intelligence Operative who has caused a hell of a lot of fucking problems in Ukraine. I don't apologize for cursing.... I like every single citizen of the world has the reason to be totally pissed off with the international community for being a little more than “gravely concerned about the situation in Ukraine!”

With the flight of so-called Russian-Separatists by lazy-arsed Western media from Slovyansk, most forgot about one critical little element that these Russian/Mosovite citizens had in their possession? Let me remind you all! It's known as Grad, which means “hail”!

As the Moscovite forces began their retreat from various cities they decided that it was time to really show their masculine potential as fighters! So they used what is know as an Multiple Launch Rocket System - also known in that part of the world as “Grad”. Consequently this weapon system has been known for some time in the international arena as a Weapon of Mass Destruction. It even stems back to the Sino-Russian War from what friends of mine in the Former Soviet Union tell me. It would have been one thing to use such weapons against military targets, but as all good “terrorists” do they decided to aim their rockets against civilian residential areas of Donetsk and Luhansk. So just what is it like to have the their wonderful “hail” beseech you? This what rockets fired from such a MRLS do:

The result of Grad Fire in the Marynka district of Donetsk. Image from  The Day.,d.aWwpsig=AFQjCNHoQOmbv2 GR7uPdlq5YFtNo-9QxYA&ust=1405886533871830The Day.
The result of Grad Fire in the Marynka district of Donetsk. Image from The Day.

Crimes of Sexual Aggression

Though this has not been the first of their heroic good deeds. They have constantly used women and children as human shields. And more recently they have been capturing young women and holding them captive as sex slaves. “To help their soldiers relax!” While this may have been acceptable during the times of Genghis Khan, and other so called states derived from such an ideology, this is not accepted international practice. Don't forget Moscovia never was pillaged as Kyiv was. Because its leaders became prostitutes of the Khan.

In short they licked and sucked anything to not be punished by the Mongol Golden Horde! While their older brother in Kyiv bore the brunt of aggression.

The idea of having someone subservient to you became a tradition of the little Mongol cock suckers who became, due to identity theft – Russians, from the word Rus'. Let's simply look at the Russian word for marriage... Brak.. where to hell in a Slavic world would that word exist. Look up the word Brak in Wikipedia.. and tell me what does it give you: Moscovite bullshit. And then look up the Ukrainian word Shliub (Шлюб) and you will very quickly understand the difference in value systems between Moscovy and Ukraine.

It is really time for the West to look at the lies that Moscovy has been feeding to the West over the last 400 plus years. It seems that in Moscovite history it has always been OK in treating women like dirt. The scum bags who believe this history continue to do so.

World wake up! Putin is directly responsible for the illegal anexxation of Crimea, and the criminal destabilization in the East of Ukraine and a totally crazy propaganda war that has to be understood by the West and its journalists.

I am sure it can not be proven at the moment, but if the criminal Putin has anything to do with this behaviour, and he and all those who controls it have to be tried at the ICC! There is no doubt in my mind! And there should not be in any humane individual's mind either.

Those who are holding these young women along with their commander in chief Vladimir Putin must be tried at International Criminal Court for these crimes. Justice must be served and Putin's proxy Russian Army including traitors of Ukraine like Oleh Tsariov must be arrested for crimes against women in particular and humanity in general.

Media Response
Finally, the death of innocent civilians has brought some interest to the conflict, clearly instigated by Moscovia. So World what are you going to do now? I hope you do not play the Neville Chamberlain;s role. For the most part the West has sat on the bench at the side of the field. “It's not my problem!”

“Oh goodness we are gravely troubled by the situation in Ukraine!”

A typical lame and political response. Every single politician who was just then gravely concerned should now feel for the loss of innocent lives. Most politicians in most parts of the world still remain full of shit.
Such responses unfortunately are widespread.
Media response to this tragic event is dependent on local communities understating the bigger picture. This is a terrible abrogation of law, and procedure.

The first media outline who was on the murder scene was no doubt, one of Moscovy's Monkeys. LiesNews which is officially known as LifeNews. Though this outlet together with Moscovy's major propaganda machine in the West known as Russia Today, which should be re-branded as Rarely Truthful TV, and other Prostitutes of Putin reported the strangest theory of why flight MH 17 crashed and who was at fault.

It really was from the world of Alice in Wonderland, and as if poisoned like the Mad Hatter himself, who made the following claim: “It was the Ukrainian Army which had tried to down the Moscovite equivalent of “Air force One” in order to kill Putin.” Who was after all on a flight from Warsaw to Moscow.

The reaction of the majority of Western media in the firsts hours was extremely cautious. Particularly small media outlets without the staff in the know of current events in Ukraine. Though what they have to stop doing is calling this group of Russian terrorists led by Strelkov a Russian citizen and Military Operative in Ukraine, pro-Russian separatists; when the majority of these individuals are citizens not of Ukraine but of Russia. I know, they stopped teaching logic in North America sometime in the early 1960s so it is not my fault that many journos in Canada or the USA can't put two and two together, particularly those working mainstream media.

Sweep up operations

Two days have passed since this horrific event. Plenty of people have asked the question why fly over a war zone. The fact is that it happens every day! I'm not an aviation specialist but worked in the aerospace sector during the 1990s and it was pretty common for commercial airliners to be cruising at an altitude of 10 km or somewhere between 33,000 and 34,000 ft, and it is no different today. The real question they should be asking is who gave a so called rag-tag team of pro-Russian Separatists in the East of Ukraine the armaments capable of striking a target at 33,000 feet? Again I will say this for Western journos, these are not pro-Russian operatives with Russian citizenship sent to Ukraine to destabilize Ukraine. In short take a lead from your fellow Ukrainian journos who have been calling them what they are for a few months now. I guess as long as it is not in your back yard you will go with what Moscovy feeds out to you.

Journalists in the west have to stop listening to the overly cautious individuals in the field and on the ground. In addition they have to stop regurgitating anything coming from official sources in Moscow. The very Russophile journalists in France are doing this continuously, take the example of the journos who's country is under attack by a war mongering neighbour, known as the Russian Federation but to me it is Moscovy. If yo don't know why take a look here a some of the lies Moscow has made up over the last 400 years.

Let's not forget that Putin is and sill is a KGB officer. Any operation he undertakes requires some sweeping up. It is tragic that the world has forgotten his operations in Beslan, the Nord-Ost theatre, destruction of apartments in Moscow to justify more war in Chechnya, and the invasion of Georgia “to protect fellow Russians” while the world focused on the Beijing Olympics. In providing the advance weapons system to his operatives in the east of Ukraine, he very well knew that he would have to also hide or destroy as much of the evidence as possible. Once KGB, always KGB.

As the first of OSCE teams arrived on site of the crash they were given a bit more than cooperation by Putin's backed terrorists in accessing the crash site. One of the scum-lords from the terrorists known as “Grumpy” did not let the OSCE team approach the site, and according to reports after a warning shot was fired the team departed. However, the sweep up operations of the actually incident happened a lot earlier. It started happening on social media very shortly after the terrorists realized they had shot down a civilian plane.

There was an immediate attempt on social media to destroy any evidence that a civilian plane had been downed. This is very well covered in an article in the Guardian and I am not going to cover this here. But the facts do speak for themselves.

My good friend and former Ukrainian journalist on his site notes that right now only “192 bodies have been recovered so far (19:00 GMT, July 19) and they are being transported to Kharkiv for identification.” However there are reports that terrorists took 39 corpses to destroy evidence (wounds from the missile attack).”

In such sweep up operations it is clear that Putin will do everything in his evil power to ensure that no one in the international community will have access to the “black boxes”. This should not surprise anyone at all, but it should be a rallying cry for the civilized world to do everything possible to do as much damage as possible to this cretin who operates along the lines of the Golden Horde which his ancient predecessors so love to kiss ass in order to be in favour with them.

It is due time that all evidence of this manical miscreant be gathered and that he and of of his Monkeys of Moscow face their day before the International Criminal Court in the Hague, and face international criminal justice.

Vasyl Pawlowsky Independent Consultant
The commentary of this was first published on the site.

Monday, July 21, 2014

She watched Chornobyl Burn - Olena Mokhnyk's Story

Note: This was a piece which I wrote for the Kyiv Weekly on the twentieth anniversary of the Chornobyl Nuclear Catastrophe in 2006. The Kyiv Weekly stopped publishing its English language edition some time earlier in 2014. So here is just the copy as I have it from my personal archives which I came across today while going through some files for a book I'm working on. There were photographs in the published article which Olena had supplied, maybe she will be kind enough to scan a few for me to include here.

When she dreams, she doesn’t dream about things that are contemporary but rather from her childhood – and the events that happened before the catastrophe at the Chornobyl NPS on April 26, 1986, twenty years ago.

When the ChNPS started to burn early in the morning that April, Olena Mokhnyk, now twenty-eight years old, was asleep in her bed in the city of Prypyat. The city was built by the Soviet government to house the employees of the ChNPS. By 1986, the city had grown to a population of about 50,000. In the morning, like all the other children her age, Olena got up and went to school.

“When we got to school that Saturday morning our teachers were already aware that there was something wrong. We were given some type of tablets to take but we never swallowed them. Instead, we went to the bathroom and spit them out,” Olena told Kyiv Weekly.

In retrospect, it is probably fair to suggest that these were iodine supplements, since the authorities must have known something about the effects of radiation and how iodine deficient organisms would absorb radioactive iodine and how this might affect early childhood development.

“When we were sent home from school that morning, we all wanted to go and watch it burn, but along the way some parents directed us to go home,” said Olena.

Though that night, Olena together with her older brother and sister watched Chornobyl burn from their balcony.

“Not only could we see the fire, we could see lights being shone from above. It was as if something was shining down from the heavens!” Olena said with a look on her face as if she was living through the experience all over again.

Olena’s family learned first hand that something terrible had happened from Olena’s uncle who worked at the plant. He had been on an early shift sitting in the exact place of his colleague whose grave became Chornobyl and the concrete sarcophagus that covered the plant once the fire had been extinguished. Later her uncle returned to work at Chornobyl, feeling the guilt that his colleague had lost his life.

On April 27, everyone in Olena’s family listened to the fixed wire radio, which was present in practically all Soviet homes at the time.

“We heard the familiar voice of a local poetess who told us that there was going to be an evacuation,” said Olena. We gathered all we could take with us and made our way down to the square in front of our building. We waited for what seemed like an eternity, but it was about 3 hours before buses began to arrive. As we drove away from the place that I would not return to for nineteen years and traveled towards Kyiv, the people in charge of the buses wanted to leave us in some village in the middle of nowhere! But our parents and others demanded that we had to be taken to Kyiv,” Olena explained all the while as if in a dream.

Alone without parents

When they arrived in Kyiv, Olena’s parents decided to send their children to their maternal grandmother’s in Kharkiv, as distant a place they could think of in order to provide the appropriate care for their children.

“When we arrived at my grandmother’s some news had already spread regarding to what had had happened. Our grandmother was a pharmacist and when we got there she didn’t waste much time in taking us to the local radiology laboratory. My brother, sister and I stood there and we were checked with a dosimeter. The doctors quickly scurried out of the examination room. We waited. Then the door opened, and in walked the doctors dressed up in what looked like space suits,” Olena expressed as if she were still a child.

The doctors decided that all the children should be scrubbed down. “After we went through that procedure, they tested us with the dosimeter again. All the areas of our skin that were washed showed a normal reading. Then they ran the dosimeter near our heads. The readings went well over normal, and that is when they shaved our heads,” said Olena.

Olena and her siblings were then sent to a pioneer camp on the outskirts of Odesa. It was there and outside the camp that they faced the harshest words from children of their own age who were not from the evacuation zone.

“They called us hedgehogs,” said Olena running her fingers through her now neck-length hair. Their hair, which had started to grow back, was bristly and truly looked like the bristling hairs of a hedgehog.

“It was difficult at times, because all we had was our older brother who would look out for us but he wasn’t much older than we were,” said Olena.
During the months that followed, the children were visited by their parents a few times, and it wasn’t until six months later at the end of November that they were all reunited in Kyiv.

Shattered dreams, closure

While still in Prypyat, Olena had been told by her teachers that on account of her good grades, she would be skipping a grade, partially due to the fact that she had been attending school with her older sister. When she arrived in Kyiv, this was one of her greatest concerns.

“I was always asking my mother if what I had been promised and whether I would be going into the fourth grade would come true. But her reply would be, ‘We’ll see!’”, said Olena.

Olena together with her family were often ostracized as if they were to blame for their predicament.

When they first moved into the apartment they were provided with, it was empty and her parents had a hard time finding work. Her mother and she were always at odds with the teachers at the school as they tried to ensure that what she had been promised back in Prypyat would come to be.

Needless to say, the promise never came true, like many of the other promises made by people and the government. “For years now I haven’t even bothered trying to get the subsidies that I’m entitled to, as it is more a headache than worth the while. But my mother still goes through the whole process of getting all the different pieces of paper in order that she still collects her benefits,” Olena explained.

What seems to be more important to Olena is what she experienced last year when she returned to Prypyat for the nineteenth anniversary of the accident. She then returned not only to the family’s old apartment, but also to her old classroom. However, each of those more recent experiences she has had are stories in and of themselves. The game goes for the recollections of her sister and brother of a catastrophe that happened twenty years ago, but that first journey home for her can be considered closure and maybe someday soon she will start to have other types of dreams.

Vasyl Pawlowsky Independent Consultant

The commentary of this was first published on the site.

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Putin Huilo adopts Star KIC 9696936

It's just incredible what extents Vladimir Putin will go to so that he can have an influence no only in Eurasia, but throughout the Milky Way. Just goes to illustrate just how it is that Putin-Huilo!

It now becomes even clearler why Putin was so upset with the aborted launch of the Angara rocket on Friday June 27, 2014. From the National Post's report, together with images of Putin who was watching a live feed of the launch from the cosiness of the Grand Kremlin Palace in Moscow, clearly show he was pretty miffed.

The Angara rocket, has long been suspected by the Fifth Directorate of the Pan-Galactic Peace Agency, as a sign of dissent of the Russian Federation's to the Pan-Galactic non-agreesion pact. Sources say that the Russian Federation has its sites set on moving in on a part of the Milky Way located between the Vega and Deneb systems.

A spate of failures

Such a scenario would not surprise anyone who has been following the events transpiring in Ukraine in the last seven months. While the Angara never even got off the ground last Friday, this is the latest in a spate of failures setting Moscovy's space program back, while private ventures in the West have had nothing but successful in developing their programmes.

It is not secret that Putin has had plans on colonizing the moon for some time now and also wishes to head to Mars, though this later failure clearly pissed him off. It is no surprise that there have been as many failures as there have been as Moscovy has been clearly been experience a brain drain and its not going to get better anytime soon. Russians with suffiecient grey metter between their ears are opting to leave their homeland for greener and more liberal pastures abroad. In a system which Putin is trying to build, there is no doubt a stiffling of creativity and freedom for these individuals to develop and contribute to their fullest. After all those who can contribute to Moscovy's space ambitions are not the zombified masses, but thinking sentient beings.

There are probably thousands of Leonid Bershidsky's in Moscovy today, who have just had enough with the nonsense of Putin's ways. Bershidsky, in his essay, "No Illusions Left, I'm leaving Russian" even states that the explosion of penultimate attempted launch of a Proton-M, was due to sabotage, according to official channels. Though there a other things which bother those who have not been zombifed by the state of Moscovy.

As Bershidsky puts it:
Now the strong have lost all shame.

Facebook news feeds tell us that a foreign rock star was banned from performing in Russia for "possibly promoting nontraditional sexuality to children," the authorities blame the latest Proton rocket crash on sabotage at the Khrunichev Space Center, passionate voices say it is time to change the name of Volgograd back to Stalingrad, anyone holding more than just Russian citizenship must report the fact to the authorities, Internet users must officially register their blogs … and so on.
Given Bershidsky's statement, if I were a gambling man, I would bet that there will be yet more setbacks in Moscovy's renewed desire to shoot for the moon, Mars and the stars, due to a brain drain which will on increase.

Ukrainian Astronomers are not without humour

While Putin curses at last week's failure and football fans globally all know the two words which come before "Do re mi do re do", Ukrainian Astronomers would make Sheldon Cooper of "The Big Bang Theory" proud.

Ukrainian astronomers decided to hook up with the Pale Blue Dot Project, which helps to raise funds for research scientists by allowing individuals to adopt everyting from a single star to entire planetary systems to have some fun with the first two words of Ukraine's footballers anthem about Putin.

According to the Pale Blue Dot Project's website, "All target stars have been observed for up to 4 years by the Kepler space telescope, as part of a search for alien planets." The project is managed by the White Dwarf Research Corporation.

We cannot be certain if the Angara rocket was targeted for a region of space between the the Vega and Deneb systems, we can say for certain that it is an area which Ukraine's joking astromomers had their telescopes set.

The Milky Way: The stars studied by the Kepler Telescope, The Pale Blue Dot Project, Putin-Huilo
The Milky Way: The stars studied by the Kepler Telescope,
Location of the newly named star

Located at a Right ascension of: 18h 59m 47.09s, Declescion of: 46° 26' 44'', R-Band: 11, star KIC 9696936 now has a new name: "Putin-Huilo!"

In fact this is all official, but heaven forbid that this information gets to the Grand Kremlin Palace at the Dicktator's space launch monitoring centre.

As you can see it's all official. We know how much that part of the world loves certificates and stamps! Star KIC 9696936 is know known as "Putin-Huilo!"
As you can see it's all official.
We know how much that
part of the world loves certificates and stamps!

Eventually the planets around the newly named star will also be named in accordance to international laws, however I fear that this, like all other international covenants will be ignored by the start's new name sake.

Isn't it too bad that the Angara rocket wasn't heading in that direction with the star's name sake on board - boldly going where no dickhead has gone before.

Putin, is now not only a dictator, a popular name or a traditional Ukrainian song, now he's a real star. "Putin-Huilo!" - A complete dickhead in the cosmic sense.

As the original material that inspired me to put in my two cents stated, now the FSB, Moscovy's Special Security Services, will not only be monintoring and blocking the Internet, but now will try to find ways of stoping Russians for gazing to the heavens to find the star named for their fearless dicktator.

All Ukrainians and other free inhabitants of planet Earth will be free to observe the night sky and the cosmos. Years into the future, when some astromer trains his telescope between the Deneb and Vega systems, they will not be able to refrain from humming or singing that famous traditional Ukrainian song.

Partiture to the Ukrainian contemporary traditional song about Putin. Партитура української народної пісні про Путіна.
Partiture to the Ukrainian contemporary traditional song about Putin.



Vasyl Pawlowsky
Independent Consultant

The commentary of this was first published on the site.