Ukraine? Let’s Try And Find It On The Map….
This early-on prediction (made March 15, 2014) is that by May Day, A.K.A. May 1st, there will no longer be a country called Ukraine. Sure, it’s likely that a city or two that we’ve seen in the news lately will still be around, even if they will be given new names, i.e. Kiev will now be called Putingrad and perhaps Odessa will become Vladimiristock, etc. in what might be once again called either “Western Russia” or “The Ukraine”, i.e. an area of the New and Improved Soviet Union for the 21st Century, not a free and independent country.
Today, Russian military personnel and equipment charged right in and over the Crimean Peninsula, and then continued on to cross the border into southeastern Ukraine, ostensibly to protect Russian citizens and their property.
Well, it’s a fact that Crimea is the only warm water port that Russia has, one where they are able to get their submarine fleet launched in the winter when all of their other ports are frozen over, and that Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev gave it to Ukraine way back in the mid-1950’s. Now that they’ve got it in hand again there’s no way they are going to lose control of it this time, and that’s no Bolshoi!!!
O.K, you heard it hear first, check back in at the end of April for an update, except I don’t think I’ll have one for you.
Surprise, an update after all, 3-18-14
The army leaders of Ukraine demonstrated that they had the ability to accurately predict the future, as news photos clearly reveal that all of their tanks were equipped with backup lights. It’s such a shame that the Sochi Winter Olympics didn’t have an event for “Rolling Over”, the Ukrainian defense forces would have swept that event almost as quickly as the Russians and turncoat Ukrainian Militants walked over all of Ukrainian military bases in Crimea and those on the southern and eastern sides of Ukraine, that place that Putin refers to as Novorossiya (Russian: Новоро́ссия, Ukrainian: Новоросія; literally New Russia), an ancient Russian word for pulling a new version of what the rest of the world refers to as “That same old Soviet song and dance”.
A quarter of a year later and another update!
In the first few days of September, 2014, Russia continues their invasion of Ukraine, this time its with Russian soldiers who are on “vacation” moving to take the South Eastern port city of Mariupol, a needed land connection between Russia and the Crimean Peninsula. Residents of that city are busy trying to prevent this invasion but are far out gunned by the supplied weapons that this army of “tourists” has received from Russia.
N.B., The ownership of any and all photos, opinions, and/ or quotes above (including those of mine) belong to the material’s creator(s). Credit is given when it’s known, but because success usually has a million parents and failure is an orphan, blame will not be so attributed.
Feel free to ignore any ads that are shown below, I don’t choose them and (sadly) I don’t make a penny off any of them.
P.S., check back for occasional updates and rewrites….
FAIR USE NOTICE: THIS SITE CONTAINS COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL THE USE OF WHICH HAS NOT ALWAYS BEEN SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED BY THE COPYRIGHT OWNER. I AM MAKING SUCH MATERIAL AVAILABLE IN MY EFFORT TO ADVANCE UNDERSTANDING OF ENVIRONMENTAL, POLITICAL, HUMAN RIGHTS, ECONOMIC, DEMOCRACY, SCIENTIFIC, AND SOCIAL JUSTICE ISSUES, ETC. I BELIEVE THIS CONSTITUTES A ‘FAIR USE’ OF ANY SUCH COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL AS PROVIDED FOR IN SECTION 107 OF THE US COPYRIGHT LAW. IN ACCORDANCE WITH TITLE 17 U.S.C. SECTION 107, THE MATERIAL ON THIS SITE IS DISTRIBUTED WITHOUT PROFIT TO THOSE WHO HAVE EXPRESSED A PRIOR INTEREST IN RECEIVING THE INCLUDED INFORMATION FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES. FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO: HTTP://WWW.LAW.CORNELL.EDU/USCODE/17/107.SHTML. IF YOU WISH TO USE COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL FROM THIS SITE FOR PURPOSES OF YOUR OWN THAT GO BEYOND ‘FAIR USE’, YOU MUST OBTAIN PERMISSION FROM THE COPYRIGHT OWNER.
Entry filed under: Uncategorized. Tags: army of "tourists", Crimea, Don't Cry For Me Oleksandriya!, Новоро́ссия, Новоросія, Kiev will be called Putingrad, Let Me See If I Can Find It On The Map, May 1st, May Day, New and Improved Soviet Union, New Russia, Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev, Novorossiya, Object 825 GTS, Odessa will be Vladimiristock, only warm water port that Russia has, Russia, Russian Citizens and Property, Russian soldiers who are on "vacation", Russians and turncoat Ukrainian Militants, Sochi Winter Olympics, southeastern Ukraine, Submarine base, tanks were equipped with backup lights, that's no Bolshoi, The army of Ukraine, the Crimean Peninsula, The Ukraine, there will no longer be a country called Ukraine, Top Secret Soviet Nuclear Submarine Underground Base, Ukrainian defense forces, Western Russia.