September 9, 2014
‘DNR people’s governor’ Gubarev doesn’t ‘give a damn about tis ‘peace’
Summary of the most important events for September 8, 2014 by head of Centre of Military and Political studies and coordinator of Information Resistance group Dmytro Tymchuk.
1. We see an unpleasant picture: Russian troops and local terrorists in Donbas are using the ceasefire to regroup their forces. They detect the weaknesses in the defense of Ukrainian troops (including during reconnaissance) and move their units into these areas. There are constant attacks on the positions of the Ukrainian Army and National Guard.
All this is being done under the guise of screams of the Russian propaganda that these are the Ukrainian troops which grossly violate the truce, meanwhile the terrorists, on the contrary, firmly adhere to it.
Taking into account the fact that our troops didn’t manage to create a “full” line of defense by the beginning of the armistice, the picture is not really optimistic– one can surely expect very unpleasant surprises. Although, as we are being assured by the ATO headquarters, the situation is under control.
2. It’s also bad that while the insurgents are presented as pacifists on the pages of the Russian media, in reality they openly declare that there can be no truce. In particular, the so-called “people’s governor of the DNR” [Donetsk People’s Republic] Pavel Gubarev said on behalf of the terrorists, “we don’t give a damn about such ‘peace.’” Only recently, the leadership of insurgents would shriek about directly opposite things and wanted to sign the Minsk protocol.
Now there is a question – does Gubarev actually rebels against Putin, who has called for the peace? This is nonsense. There is nothing to negotiate about with DNR and LNR terroris leaders. This is justified by the fact from the very beginning that they do not comply to the truce they wanted so much.
Everything is always decided in Moscow, which is determined to continue war – this is evidenced by the actions of the Russian troops after the beginning of the armistice.
But Putin’s wards in Donbas don’t know, what type of order would come from the Kremlin boss in the next minute. And when receiving this order, they rush to fulfil it – the thought about their own, if to put it mildly, impermanence, doesn’t occur to these bright minds. However, it is scientifically proven – one should at least have some brains for such thought processes to emerge.
Source: Information Resistance group