Chocolatier Poroshenko is considering martial law after Valentines Day


February 14, 2015
Andre Vadzhra – blog 
Translated by Kristina Rus

The chocolatier had announced, that if there will be no peace in 10 hours, he will declare a martial law in the country.

“Even before Minsk, at a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, I warned that we will (if there is no peace) have to make a very difficult, but necessary decision to impose martial law. I emphasize again: in this case, martial law will be introduced not only in Donetsk and Lugansk, but throughout the country,” – he said.

I can add to this that:

1. Kiev schools began to lecture children on civil defense (where to go, during bombing; what to do if wounded; not to pick up unfamiliar objects and so on);

2. State agencies in Kiev began preparing for evacuation. Including central agencies – AP [Presidential Administration], Cabinet of Ministers, MO [Ministry of Defense], SBU… (making lists of what/who needs to evacuate first, second, third, what documents to destroy, and so on).

In general, in Kukuev [Kiev] there is a light panic in the upper layers of the atmosphere. Those individuals who are closer to the bodies of the “seniors” already KNOW that in half a year their asylum in Kukuev will be no more, which is what they bring up in private conversations, bitterly upset.

It seems that Peter Alekseevich [Poroshenko] thinks that the martial law will save him from a coup. In my opinion, centralization of power will only increase the chaos in the country and accelerate the collapse and disintegration. Over the past year, the “center” showed how it can manage the country. 🙂

By the way, again from personal contacts… One (crippled in the ATO) UAF officer said that recently he got a call from friends, with whom he fought together, and was asked whether he would participate in the march on Kiev. My friend replied: yes, he will. On crutches, biatch, will walk, or crawl, just to get THEM…

How serious is this, I  don’t know. Time will tell.

Andre Vadzhra is a Kiev political scientist, philosopher, author and analyst, specializing in the analysis of the phenomenon of Ukraine, as a historic, political, cultural and civilizational entity. Editor in chief of informational-analytical resource

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