September 10, 2014
Publishing of preliminary report of Security Council of the Netherlands – new round in a story of Malaysian Plane
Summary of the most important events for September 9, 2014 by Dmytro Tymchuk and Information Resistance group
1. Agreement of Ukrainian authorities on the exchange of prisoners of war work. Militants don’t abandon their commitments. On September 9 they satead that they would release remaining 863 Ukrainian prisoners until the end of the week. Ukrainian security forces should correspondently relese 311 captured terrorists.
Tymchuk give no commentary here. Taken into account how these creatures treat Ukrainian war prisoners, he wouldn’t wish such fate to anyone.
2. There appears information that electoral lists will include names of Ukrainian heroes – soldiers, who fought and are still fighting in the anti-terrorist operation.
Dmytro Tymchuk expressed his assurance that appearance of such people in Parliament – it is not only payment of the community for what they do for Ukraine. People who have passed through war are always distinguished by heightened perception for injustice and denial of conformity. It is, in fact, the thing that our government lacked desperately during years of Independence.
3. New round in a story of Malaysian Plane crash
The preliminary report of Security Council of the Netherlands says that the plane was technically serviceable and hit by many ‘high-energy objects’ from the outside (obviously, the only thing that suits this description is strike elements of anti-aircraft missile). Meanwhile journalists of BBC Panorama found eyewitnesses who said that Russian militants who had handed the anti-aircraft missile ‘Buk’ had been seen in the area from which the Malaysian Boeing was allegedly downed.
Eventually the assertion of Information Resistance group that was announced at the beginning of this tragic story might be confirmed: the plane was downed not by local fighters, but by Russian servicemen who had illegally come to Ukrainian territory and participated in battles against Ukrainian army.
Many political squabbles are sure to follow, but sooner or later the world would know the name of the beast that organized this bloody terrorist act. Although it is not a secret that his name is Vladimir Vladimirovich [Putin].
Source: head of Centre of Military and Political Studies and coordinator of ‘Information Resistance’ group Dmytro Tymchuk