Monday, March 24, 2014

Iranian mockup of american Supercarrier

Though this may be a mockup of an amer5ican warship, this shows that Iran has the means to build and manage a major warship, including a Nimitz class Supercarrier
All that remains is to watch Iran's naval industry at Bandar Abbas for more developments.

Major Russian Naval updates

This news from the Voeno-Morskoyee Flot is very yimportant.
The incident with the Hetman Sahaydachny shows that ukranya never needed Sevastopol, let alone Crimea, for it's fleet
The Korean news source below shows the RFS Vladivostok complete and undergoing sea trials in France
All that remains is for that ship to dock in a Russian port.  So far France can't seize the ship as it can't afford it and all potential buyers are Russian allies.

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Words of wisdom regarding armed police

This a direct quote from my former colleague Vartan Gregorian which shit u has tried to censor.
"Although an armed presence might have deterrent value for lesser crimes, such an advantage might well be more than offset by an increase in the most serious crimes - specifically that the most dangerous criminals would not be deterred at all and that armed confrontations might result, or that a criminal coming on campus who would otherwise remain unarmed might arm himself in the expectation of dealing with an armed police force."
You can see the full text below in his statement
This I brought to realization when I fatally injured brown university pig bob enos on April 18, 2008.  Bear in mind that he had a gun and I did not, and after I had rendered him unconscious I also injured 2 other brown pigs who had to go to the hospital, onle loosing teeth, the other a broken sternum.  This was the inspiration for the Tsanayev's killing collier at MIT 5 years later.
Consider also the safest places in the World either have no police or no police at all.

Elitists party at shit u's 250 anniversarry

Most galling is the presence of aga khan.  While jim yong kim has at least a brown connection, aga khan simply pays for members of his faith, mainly girls, to go there.  Those girls do as he tells them, even when it comes to acts of violence and sexual favors for people, as they like all ismailis obey the aga khan, yet shit u overlooks this aspect of a muslim sect that is as phony as the mormons and invented terrorism.
All I can say after seeing jim yong kim there is not to trust the World bank
Just another elitist party to piss everyone else off.

Saturday, March 08, 2014

Crimea rejoins Rossiya

Though total independence for Crimea would be better,at least they are no longer part of that retardstan Ukranya.  Interestingly the website for the Crimean government is currently down.

Federation Council and State Duma support Crimea's decision to join Russia
07.03.2014 13:36

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Russia's Federation Council will support Crimea's decision to join Russia, if the people of the Crimea vote for this in a referendum, speaker of the upper house of the Russian parliament, Valentina Matvienko, said on March 7th at a meeting with a delegation of the Supreme Council of the Crimea, Vesti reports.

"The right of nations to self-determination has not been canceled," - she said. Matvienko emphasized that this is an international practice, referring to the referendum in Scotland.

She also expressed her belief that would never be war between Russia and Ukraine. "It is complete nonsense that they say that the people of Ukraine will go to war with Russia. There will never be any war between our nations," said Matvienko.

Earlier, representatives of the Supreme Council of Crimea held a meeting with members of the lower house of the Russian parliament. The State Duma promised to promptly take all necessary decisions to provide citizens of the Crimea with all rights of Russian citizens, if citizens of the republic vote to become a part of the Russian Federation in a referendum.

"To support the Crimea is a priority for State Duma deputies," said House Speaker Sergei Naryshkin. "Russia will support the "free and democratic choice of the people of the Crimea," he said.

"The Crimea is historically, culturally and spiritually has been and remains an inseparable part of our great Russian civilization," vice-speaker of the State Duma, deputy secretary of the General Council of United Russia, Sergei Zheleznjak said. "I can already say that the vast majority of Russian citizens are enthusiastic and proud to accept the decisions that the Supreme Council of the Crimea takes," said the parliamentarian.

On March 6, the Supreme Council of the Crimea decided to join Russia as a subject of the Russian Federation. This question will be put to a referendum on the status of the Crimea. The vote will be held on March 16. The same day, residents of the city of Sevastopol will hold a referendum about a possible move for the city to join the Russian Federation.

Sunday, March 02, 2014

Ukranya's Flagship joins Russia

The Hetman Sahaidachny U-30 is Ukranya's most powerful warship,and for it to join the Voeno-Morskoye Flot is crucial at this point.  Also watch what happens to the Criuser Ukranya currently inactive in Nikolayev, which has been in dispute bewtween Rossiya and Ukranya for sometime, and which is more powerful than any warship america or nato has, and watch events in Sevastopol as well.  You can view Ukranya's Naval strength below on a project I manage.
Ukrainian Navy flagship takes Russia’s side – report
Published time: March 01, 2014 21:11
Edited time: March 01, 2014 23:17

Ukraine’s Navy flagship, the Hetman Sahaidachny frigate, has reportedly refused to follow orders from Kiev, and come over to Russia’s side and is returning home after taking part in NATO operation in the Gulf of Aden flying the Russian naval flag.

There has been conflicting information on where exactly the vessel is, but a Russian senator has confirmed to Izvestia daily that the frigate defected to the Russian side.

“Ukraine’s Navy flagship the Hetman Sahaidachny has come over to our side today. It has hung out the St Andrew’s flag,” Senator Igor Morozov, a member of the committee on the international affairs, told Izvestia daily.

He said the flagship is on its way back to the Black Sea after drills in the Mediterranean. “The crew has fulfilled the order by the chief commander of Ukraine’s armed forces Viktor Yanukovich,” he added.

The move comes after the Navy command resigned Friday. Self-appointed President Aleksandr Turchinov made Rear Admiral Denis Berezovsky the new Navy Chief, a statement published on the President’s website Saturday said.

Arseniy Yatsenyuk, the Prime Minister of Ukraine had earlier asked his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan not to let the frigate through the Bosporus strait, according to the Kiev Times. The ship captain and the head of Ukraine’s contingent in the operation, Rear Admiral Andrey Tarasov disobeyed orders from Kiev.

The Hetman Sahaidachny returns to Sevastopol, Crimea after taking part in a joint counter-piracy operation with NATO and the EU off the Horn of Africa, reported UNN on Friday, citing Ukraine’s Defense Ministry. On February 26, after crossing the Suez Canal, the ship entered the Mediterranean Sea and was expected to be in Sevastopol in early March.

Saturday, March 01, 2014

Iran threatened with america meddling in Caspian

The Caspian is a historic region of Iran,and america has no business meddling in that part of the World.  Bear in mind that american/nato meddling in Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan has caused an arms race in the Caspian,and is one reason Mazendaran and Dagestan are heavily militarized, and if america butted out the problems in the Caspian would be minimal.

Iran opposed to militarization of Caspian Sea: ambassador
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c_330_235_16777215_0___images_stories_edim_02_na1(7).jpgTEHRAN – Iran is opposed to the militarization of the Caspian Sea since it could lead to tension among the littoral states, the Iranian ambassador to Russia, Mehdi Sanaee, said in Moscow on Saturday.
Commenting on unofficial, unconfirmed reports that say a forward military base for U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan is being built in one of the littoral states, Sanaee said that Iran believes such actions would undermine the security and interests of the region.
If it is happening, the construction of a foreign military base in a littoral state should be halted because such a move could pose a threat to the region, he stated.
Preventing foreign countries from establishing a presence in the Caspian Sea is very important for Iran, he said.
He also emphasized the need to create a joint news agency to expand media cooperation between the littoral states of the Caspian Sea and also proposed the establishment of a joint parliamentary committee.
Sanaee stated that the next summit of Caspian Sea heads of state will be held in Astrakhan, Russia in 2014, during which the statement of the five heads of state and agreements on cooperation in the exploitation of fisheries and cooperation in emergency situations will be signed.
He noted that the Russo-Persian Treaty of Friendship, which was signed by Iran and Soviet Russia in 1921, is still the main document defining relations between Caspian Sea states since no new agreement has been signed.
Based on the terms of the treaty, all previous agreements between the signatories, including the Treaty of Turkmenchay, were canceled. Moreover, both Soviet Russia and Iran were given full and equal shipping rights in the Caspian Sea along with the right to fly their respective national flags on their commercial vessels.
Soviet Russia became part of the Soviet Union in 1922, which broke up in 1991, with the Russian Federation being the successor state of the Soviet Union.      

Russia moves to restor order in Crimea and Ukranya

Rossiya has secured all military installations in the Crimea, given protection to Yanukovych,drawn up plans to implement the 21 February agreement on Ukranya,all this in the face of american backed opposition and open meddling.  Consider how the people of the Crimea have offered the Russians all assistance in this as well,compared to the provaceturs rioting in Kiev.  If america meddles further count on it geting a well deserved beating,as well as action from the EU who is backing Rossiya's actions as they have the weight of law behind them.

Kiev on Edge After Russia OKs Putin's Military Intervention Plan

The Russian parliament’s upper house unanimously approved President Vladimir Putin’s request for a military intervention in Ukraine, according to a Kremlin statement Saturday, setting off alarm bells in Kiev.
The approval came within two hours of Putin appealing to parliament, saying the move is needed to protect ethnic Russians and the personnel of a Russian military base in Ukraine's strategic region of Crimea, a peninsula the size of Massachusetts where three out of four people speak Russian.
However, the vote does not specify that Russian troops are authorized to enter Crimea; instead, it states Russia's military force can enter "Ukraine," giving themselves a legal cloak to target more than Crimea.
That created panic in Kiev, where the new, inexperienced and untested government is still trying to gain its footing.
But Deputy Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation Grigory Karasin — who Putin appointed as the official representative on the military action proposal — said Russian force in Ukraine may not be used quickly.
Karasin did not give a timeframe for military action and it was unclear whether Putin's announcement was merely intended to send a message to international powers that Russia would not back down over the future of Ukraine.
Hours before Putin's statement, Western foreign ministers issued calls for Russia to de-escalate the crisis in Crimea — echoing a similar warning from President Barack Obama on Friday that armed intervention would have "costs."
The request, made to the Russian Senate, follows a letter from the upper house to Putin appealing for the same.
The statement said: "Due to the extraordinary situation in Ukraine and the threat to the lives of Russian citizens and compatriots, and the personnel staff of Russia’s military forces based in Ukraine (Crimea), according to international agreement ... I submit a request to the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation for the use of military forces of the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukraine until the social and political situation in the country normalizes."
Earlier Saturday, Ukraine accused Russia of sending 6,000 additional troops into Crimea Saturday, deepening a crisis in which both sides accused each other of trying to destabilize the region.
Sasha Mazikima contributed to this report. Reuters also contributed.

Vigilante units to defend Crimea city against 'fascist' threat from Kiev

Mayor of fiercely pro-Russian Sebastopol announces formation of volunteer 'self defence' units amid outrage against new central authorities

It is over 70 years since the people of Sebastopol fought the desperate eight-month siege against invading Nazis Photo: David Rose
It is over 70 years since the people of Sebastopol fought the desperate eight-month siege against invading Nazis that is commemorated on memorials around this port city.
But many residents of this town of 340,000 on Ukraine’s Crimean peninsular are gearing up to fight them again.
“We don’t want what happened in Kiev to happen here. Nazis and bandits have seized power there. And if we have to fight, we’ll fight with everything we can get our hands on,” said a member of the local chapter of the Night Wolves biker gang.
The bikers - part of a gang with strong ties to Russia and who have ridden with Vladimir Putin in the past - are far from alone.
The newly installed mayor of Sebastopol has announced the formation of vigilante “self defence” units in a bid to protect the ethnic Russian city from the perceived threat of “fascist” revolutionaries in Kiev.
Speaking briefly to a crowd of several hundred gathered outside the Black Sea port town hall on Tuesday evening, Alexei Chaliy said that volunteers would be able to sign up for the new units from 9am on Wednesday at the town hall.
The move will create city hall sponsored vigilante groups to counter those formed by the pro-European protesters who overthrew Viktor Yanukovych on the weekend.
Separatist passions have been running high in Sebastopol, the most fiercely pro-Russian city in the majority-Russian Crimean peninsular, since Mr Yanukovych was evicted in what many here describe as an armed coup by far-right anti-Russian and anti-Semitic groups, including the nationalist Svoboda party, led by Oleh Tyahnybok, and the Pravy Sektor paramilitary group.
People here say their worst fears were confirmed when the post-revolutionary Rada passed a law stripping Russian of its shared official status.
“If we do not act, we will have the Gestapo here. A year ago Tyahnybok talked about the genocide of Russians. We must form civil defence units now,” said Dmitry, a 41 year old linguistics professor. “We will fight with everything we get our hands on if we have to.”
Mr Chaliy, a local businessman, was installed as mayor on Monday on the back of a wave of popular outrage against the new authorities in Kiev in the past three days.
Previously mayors of this strategic post town, which is also home to a large Russian naval base and 25,000 military personnel, were appointed by the Kiev government. A spokesman on Monday night refused to put journalists with Mr Chaliy, saying he was in hiding after agents from the Ukrainian special services tried to arrest him.
But appearing in public to deliver his first policy announcement, Mr Chaily also said the city would guarantee the wages of officers from the Berkut riot police unit, which the post-revolutionary parliament in Kiev has voted to disband. He would also open an “anti-terrorist centre” to coordinate the world of the new self defence units.
“This is not separatism,” said Igor Sovolyov, a programmer who said he had helped organise the recent demonstrations. “We’re just saying we don’t recognise the current government.”
But he added that there should also be a referendum allowing Crimeans to chose whether the peninsular whether it remains Ukrainian, joins Russia, or becomes independent.
“That is unfortunately illegal under Ukrainian law, because Kiev is afraid of the outcome,” he said.
But while passions on the streets here are high, no more than 400 people gathered to hear Mr Chaliy speak on Tuesday night.
The head of a delegation of Russian parliamentary deputies, which flew into the Crimean capital of Simferopol to hold talks with local leaders on Tuesday, played down the prospect of offering Russian passports to ethnic Russian Ukrainian citizens.
“This is an extremely delicate question which demands both special study and a special decision by the leadership of the country,” Leonid Slutsky, the chairman of the State Duma committee for CIS affairs, said.
Mr Slutsky’s party, the ultra-nationalist Liberal Democrats, has submitted a bill to the Russian parliament that would simplify passport applications for Ukrainian citizens.
The 20,000 strong garrison of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet, which leases a base in the city, has made no move to intervene in the crisis, although two armoured personnel carriers were seen near buildings used by the fleet on Tuesday.