Poroshenko: ”Take Donbass”. Putin: ”Have you Gone Mad? I don’t Need Donbass. If you don’t Need it, Announce its Independence”

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Self-styled Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has proposed Vladimir Putin to ”include Donbass” in the territory of the Russian Federation, Forbes reported on 6 April. The offer was made during the Normandy Four talks in Minsk on 11 and 12 February. Poroshenko: ”Take Donbass”. Putin: ”Have you gone mad? I don’t need Donbass. If you don’t need it, announce its independence”.

This is the behavior of an invader. All year we heard about Russian aggression, Russian tanks, Russian troops, Russian invasion. And what now? This fear-mongering by Obama’s administration and his little friend Poroshenko was simply the stuff of their paranoid nightmares.

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As the world prepares to mark the 70th anniversary of victory over Nazi Germany, Ukraine’s lawmakers have vowed to pass a “decommunization” law banning Soviet Union “symbols and propaganda”, equating the beliefs of the victors with Nazi ideology. Kiev Justice Minister Pavel Petrenko believes the present parliament has sufficient political will and votes to effectively ban communist ideology in Ukraine. The government of the country which communists have created is planning to ban communism. This isn’t a circus act, it’s real Kiev policy.

Hungary began lowering reverse supplies of natural gas to Ukraine on 1 April, Hungary’s gas transmission operator said on Monday. According to the operator’s data, reverse supplies were lowered to 990,000 cubic meters a day on 1 April and to 690,000 cubic meters a day on 3 April as compared to 5 million cubic meters exported daily last month. Deliveries have thus declined sevenfold. Now we’re waiting for Kiev’s statement about Russo-Hungarian gas aggression against Ukrainian democracy. But in fact nobody wants to supply the thievish Kiev government for free.
Title: Hungary Slashes Reverse Gas to Ukraine Sevenfold

The Toronto Symphony Orchestra cancelled two performances by Ukrainian-born pianist Valentina Lisitsa, citing concerns over her “deeply offensive” and “provocative” online remarks about the conflict in Ukraine. She explained the cancellation was likely the result of “pressure from a small but aggressive lobby claiming to represent the Ukrainian community”. Lisitsa uses her Twitter account to frequently express her strong support for those fighting against Kiev forces in Ukraine. In more than 13,000 tweets aimed at more than 9,000 followers, she’s posted sharp denunciations of the Western media and Ukrainian “neo-Nazis” mixed with graphic battlefront videos and images.

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