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Mosiychuk Assassination Attempt: Poroshenko’s Terror vs. the Nazi Maidan

October 27, 2017 – Fort Russ –  By Eduard Popov – translated by J. Arnoldski – Mosiychuk (left) and Biletsky (right) On October 25th, the Ukrainian Radical Party’s Verkhovna Rada deputy Igor Mosiychuk was wounded in an explosion in Kiev. Two other people were killed in the incident, including a security officer, and another three […]

The main question after the nationalization of Privat-Bank: Will USA pay back what Kolomoisky has stolen?

The main question after the nationalization of Privat-Bank: Will USA pay back what Kolomoisky has stolen?Your own bank is the easiest one to rob. Fort Russ, December 22, 2016 Source: article by Oleg Tsarev Translated by L. Gimalieva, edited by Tatzhit Mihailovich [pictured: Kolomoyski and Gontareva (head of NBU). source] The nationalization of “Privat-Bank” was expected after the […]

Sudden Ukrainian offensive in Lugansk ends in heavy losses, retreat

December 19, 2016 – Fort Russ News –  By J. Arnoldski  Since yesterday evening, reports have been incoming from the frontline in Lugansk that the Ukrainians have violated the Minsk Agreements for the nth time, this time shelling militia positions with artillery and attempting an offensive on the Uglegorsk and Debaltsevo fronts in the Lugansk […]

Poroshenko and Kolomoysky cover up secret negotiations

September 5, 2016 – Fort Russ News –  – Aleksey Gladkikh, Life News  – translated by J. Arnoldski According to local journalists, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Ukrainian oligarch Igor Kolomoysky have met on an Italian island in secret. Journalists have claimed that the reason for the meeting is the president’s desire to acquire 50% […]

Scenarios for Ukraine’s Future: Tunisia, Egypt, Syria, or Libya 2.0?

June 12, 2016 –  Yuri Sergeev, PolitRussia – Translated by J. Arnoldski Ukraine is in the midst of crisis and is faced with three of the most probable variants of the development of events: the Syrian, Egyptian, and Tunisian scenarios. This was recently stated by the Kiev political analyst Yuri Romanenko during his speech at […]

21st Century Privatized Warfare: Will Russia Pay the Price? Part 2

June 4, 2016 –  Artem Dobrovolsky, PolitRussia –  Translated by J. Arnoldski  Continued from Part 1 PMSC’s in the war in Donbass Since the coup d’etat in Ukraine in 2013, the country has naturally become an arena for the covert conflict between Western states headed by the US, and Russia. During the civil war in […]

BREAKING: Dnepropetrovsk Partisans release secret list of Kiev’s kidnappings

May 5, 2016 –  Alexander Rostovtsev, PolitNavigator –  Translated by J. Arnoldski On May 3rd, on the social network VKontakte, activists from the anti-fascist resistance group “Dnepropetrovsk Partisans” published a list of DPR, LPR, and Russian citizens who have been kidnapped, arrested, or illegally detained in isolation cells and SBU “cellars” in the Dnepropetrovsk region.  […]

Why won’t Odessa rise up on May 2nd? Part 1

May 2, 2016 –  Svyatoslav Knyazev, PolitRussia –  Translated by J. Arnoldski  “Does thunder clap in South-East Ukraine?” Mikhail Saakashvili, the governor of the Odessa region, has declared that the Ukrainian state is collapsing and demanded that Petro Poroshenko deal with this by sending additional forces of the National Guard to Odessa. On the other […]