…..Ah, a little snow shoveling in the UP of Michigan to get the blood going….
…..Moral issue in supporting our activists who risk all
A comrade (“Jawohl Nach“)Â wrote on my Facebook wall:
Somebody asked why John needs donations? The answer is easy: John has a full-time job, supported by Margaret, fighting for the survival of white people. This involves reading, studying, publishing, debating and much more. How else could he produce a high quality website, videos, interviews, Facebook replies and much more if not devoting everything to our cause?
But if we agree on that, then how can he earn a living as well?
So if John works for us and we like and support what he is doing why not support him? Are we no longer in the habit of paying people who work for us?
As I mentioned before, 1600 facebook friends x $10 equals $16,000. If we do this every month then John might indeed become what we need: Our leader and President, President of a white people!
â€” feeling thoughtful.
…..How to donate:
…..Only a fiery new religious faith, as hot and powerful as a volcano can save us now, if an elite 10% become activated. That is now my only mission, and the arrest and expulsion of my German friend I take as a sign that I will focus only on that new religion that I have felt called upon to someday create since 1984.
It is based on the concepts here:Â http://johndenugent.com/eternal-solutreanism/
And on the calling I felt since I was a child…. when I first saw this stamp at age five, and began learning German.
When I went to Germany in 1975, I felt I was returning on vacation to my beloved old home, but I must now be an American to affect the world.
When I went Â beyond Germany into Austria, I felt I was back exactly where I had started. I even settled along the Inn River.
— John, I will send more help when I am able. I know that talk is cheap and you can’t eat praise or heat the house with it.
— I know, comrade, and thanks! Some IS coming in (see ) but I cannot say here that I really need much more for something specific. I truly believe that Obama intends to get us into a limited war with Russia, suffer defeats, trigger a race war, and arrest all “seditionists” and “haters” who are “stirring up a race war.” I am certain that 2015 is the year he tries his desperate big move into bolshevik dictatorship. US forces are pouring into eastern Europe right now.
I would say this also, that if you have any firearm you wish to legally give or sell me at a friendship price, I need more firepower for personal protection, not to overthrow Uncle Sam.
I am absolutely not going to blog away another year.
……Most recent donations
R . is a former Marine, in his twenties, and wrote me:
….What is coming
Ukraine’s apocalypse: Seventy years after the end of World War II, a European city is once again reduced to rubble
- The devastation left across eastern Ukraine echoes that seen in European cities at the end of the Second World War
- Donetsk airport and its surrounding regions are abandoned with only partially destroyed buildings left standing
- New pictures reveal the airport, once used as a hub for Euro 2012, is a scene of wholesale devastation
- Ukrainian troops have towed artillery away from the conflict’s front line in a sign the ceasefire is finally holding
- Both the Government troops and rebels have reported no combat fatalities at the frontl ine for a second straight day
- The artillery withdrawal is ‘point two’ of the France and Germany-brokered peace deal agreed upon 11 days ago
The images of European cities left smouldering and in ruins at the end of the Second World War have been starkly echoed in new pictures revealing wholesale devastation across eastern Ukraine.
Heavily shelled tower blocks, abandoned hotels andÂ airplane noses that look to have dropped from the sky are among the sights depicting the destruction in Donetsk, which in parts equals that seen after the Second World War in cities such as Stalingrad and Dresden.
It comes as heavy weaponry was today towed away from the front line at the village of Paraskoviyvka, north of the government stronghold of Artemivsk, in a move that signified a France and Germany-brokered ceasefire may be beginning to take hold 11 days after it was agreed.
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Destroyed: A shell of a car lies among dead trees in front of heavily shelled tower blocks in Donetsk
Ruins:Â A heavily damaged hotel stands in ruins near to Donetsk airport in Donetsk, Ukraine
Crushed: A tank can be seen among the shattered buildings in the industrial city of Donetsk that was at the centre of the fighting
A direction sign at Donetsk airport is left riddled with bullet holes, while huge blast craters can be seen on a nearby building
On guard: A separatist soldier stands close to a ruined hotel inÂ Donetsk as weapons were moved away from the front line
A partially collapsed building sits amid the barren landscape after the area surrounding the airport was left ravaged by months of shelling
The move to withdrawn heavy weaponry was Kiev’s most direct step to acknowledge that the ceasefire was finally holding, a week after suffering one of the worst defeats of the war at the hands of rebels who initially ignored the ceasefire to launch a major advance.
The pro-Russian rebels, who committed to the truce after their successful offensive, have been pulling back heavy weapons for two days, but Kiev had until now held back from implementing the withdrawal, arguing that fighting had not yet ceased.
However, the army today reported no combat fatalities at the front for a second straight day – the first time no troops have been killed since long before the French and German-brokered truce was meant to take effect.
The withdrawal of artillery is ‘point two’ of the peace agreement reached in the Belarus capital Minsk, so it amounts to an acknowledgement that ‘point one’ – the ceasefire itself – is being observed.
‘Today Ukraine has begun the withdrawal of 100 millimetre guns from the line of confrontation,’ the military said in a statement, saying the step would be monitored by the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.
It said it reserved the right to alter the schedule of withdrawal ‘in the event of any attempted offensive’.
Barren trees and a bullet ridden stop sign are all that is left standing in a section of Donetsk airport
A partially destroyed church remains standing despite the obvious damage it has received during months of warfare
One of the main buildings of Donetsk airport is left in ruins after troops withdraw from the bitterly disputed area
Ukrainian troops and rebel forces both began withdrawing artillery from the frontline today in a sign the peace plan may be taking hold. Pictured is the battle worn Donetsk airport
The roof of this abandoned administrative building in Donetsk was completley destroyed during the heavy bombing
A gutted bus sits in the middle of the road between the towns of Debaltseve and Artyomovsk in eastern Ukraine
A part of the airport passengers once used to board flights is left a wreck, with only the frame of the building remaining upright
A rebel soldier wanders through part of Donetsk airport as artillery began withdrawing from the area
A rebel walks through the remains of the airport amid reports both sides have begun withdrawing artillery from the frontline
Rebel soldiers force Ukrainian prisoners of war to search through the wreckage of Donetsk airport to remove dead bodies and weaponry
The airport has been left in ruins, with collapsed roofs and walls burying soldiers after months of shelling and fighting
Witnesses in rebel-held Donetsk said they had heard no artillery in the night although the occasional distant blast or gunshot could be heard during the day.
Rebels brought Ukrainian war prisoners to the ruins of the airport on the north of the town to recover the dead bodies of their fellow Ukrainian troops, left buried in the wreckage since the terminal was captured in January.
Rebels also carried out controlled explosions to blast holes through walls inside the ruined terminal and sent the prisoners down a ladder where the floor had collapsed.
Three dead bodies still lay at the site out of five that had been recovered from the debris yesterday. Prisoners said they were searching for three more they believed were still buried.
The commander of the separatist ‘Sparta’ battalion, going by the nom de guerre ‘Motorola’, said the prisoners had been assigned the task because ‘it’s not our job to recover dead bodies, it’s our job to make them.
‘They take their comrades out to return them to their mums and dads. Did they think we would feed them for free?’
Airplane noses sit partially damaged near Donetsk airport.Â The site has been one of the most heavily fought over pieces of land
Damage: A commercial aircraft lies destroyed at the region’s airport, which came under heavy bombardment during months of fighting
Bullet-ridden: A destroyed commercial airplanes sit scattered at the airport, revealing the extent of damage caused by months of fighting
Shells:Â Burnt out vehicles lie strewn next to a destroyed building in Pisky village, in the eastern Donetsk region
Obliterated: An armed soldier of the separatist self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic army stands inside the damaged Donetsk airport
Rubble:Â A pro-Russian rebel stands guard while Ukrainian prisoners of war are forced to search through the wreckage
A flimsy building remains standing but covered in shelling damage and bullet holes amid the rubble of Donetsk
The twisted remains of a tank lie near Donetsk airport. On the left is its base, while metres to the right sits the turret
The battle of Stalingrad (pictured), which took place during the Second World War, was a prolonged and entrenched battle which left much of the Russian city in ruins
Donetsk airport has been a totemic battlefield for both sides. Ukrainian troops had held out there for months until the rebels assaulted it after abandoning a previous ceasefire agreed in September.
The separatist rebels initially ignored the new truce last week to launch an advance that led to one of the biggest battles of a war that has killed more than 5,600 people.
But since capturing the strategic town of Debaltseve, where the rebels said the truce did not apply, they have taken pains to emphasise that they now intend to abide by it.
Western countries denounced the rebels and their presumed sponsor, Russian President Vladimir Putin, for advancing on Debaltseve after the truce was meant to take effect. But they have since held out hope that the ceasefire will now hold, with the rebels having achieved that objective.
In the days after its troops were driven from Debaltseve, Kiev maintained that it believed the rebels were reinforcing for another advance, particularly expressing fear for the city of Mariupol, a port of 500,000 people.
Western countries have threatened to impose new economic sanctions on Moscow if the rebels advance further into territory the Kremlin calls ‘New Russia’.
Moscow, which denies aiding its sympathisers in Ukraine, said today the threats of more sanctions were cover for Western efforts to undermine the truce.
‘It’s an attempt to… distract attention from the necessity to fulfil the conditions of the Minsk agreements,’ Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said.
RUSSIA AND CYPRUS SIGN MILITARY DEAL ON USE OF MEDITERRANEAN PORTS
Vladimir Putin and his Cypriot counterpart Nicos Anastasiades signed an agreement to give Russian military ships access to Cypriot ports.
Ties between Russia and the West have plummeted in the wake of the Ukraine crisis, but Putin said the ships allowed to dock at Cypriot ports would mostly be used in international anti-terrorism and piracy efforts.
‘I don’t think this should worry anyone,’ he said.
Cyprus, which is heavily dependent on Russian investment, played down Wednesday’s deal, saying Russian ships had always had access to its ports. A government source said it was simply the first time access had been spelled out in a separate accord.
Russia has sought to forge stronger ties with individual members of the European Union, including Cyprus, Hungary and Greece, after the 28-nation bloc, along with the United States, imposed cumulative sanctions on Moscow for its role in Ukraine.
Officials in Brussels fear this policy is aimed at weakening EU resolve and preventing a further tightening of sanctions.
Moving away:Â Members of the Ukrainian armed forces ride armoured personnel carriers as they pull back from Debaltseve region, near Artemivsk
A rebel soldier makes his way through the debris which litters the ground of Donetsk airport
A pro-Russian rebel smokes a cigarette while making his way through the ruins of Donetsk airport, which has been left completely destroyed
Ukrainian prisoners of war are lined up by rebels before they are ordered to begin sifting through the rubble
Withdrawal:Â Pro-Russian rebels move tanks and heavy weaponry away from the front line of fighting in accordance with the Minsk II agreement
A pro-Russian rebel stands guard while Ukrainian prisoners of war are forced to search through the wreckage for weaponry and dead bodies of comrades
Pro-Russia rebels are pictured moving tanks and heavy artillery away from the frontline as agreed upon in the recent ceasefire
A rebel soldier looks on from the comfort of his tank after it appeared the France and Germany-brokered ceasefire today began to take hold
A rebel brandishes his assault rifle while tanks withdraw in the distance. The withdrawal of heavy weaponry constitutes the second phase of the peace agreement
A tank travels along a road near Olenivka village, Donetsk, after rebels appeared to adhere to the ceasefire following their defiance of the peace plan when they launched an attack on Kiev troops a week ago
Ukrainian soldiers also started withdrawing heavy weapons. Pictured are a group of soldiers riding an armoured personnel carrier as it tows a cannon away from the frontline
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2970735/Ukraine-s-apocalypse-Seventy-years-end-World-War-II-Eastern-Europe-reduced-rubble-senseless-war.html#ixzz3SuvE4UvV
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