Update: Ukraine's leader announces end of 30-day martial law
12-26-18, Ukraine 'blinks' ... After a maritime conflict with Moscow in the Black Sea in late November 2018, acting Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko accused Russia of having sharply raised its military presence on the border, with Ukraine warning of the threat of 'full-scale war' and imposed 30 day martial law. He said that Ukraine had boosted its defenses during the 30 days of martial law, which was imposed in 10 regions that adjoin either Russia's borders or areas controlled by Moscow-backed separatists, as well as along the coast of the Sea of Azov and the Black Sea. Poroshenko also said that one of the reasons to end the martial law was the presidential election scheduled for March 31, 2019. Campaigning and elections are banned under martial law, he explained. Critics previously attacked the acting president, saying he used the incident in the Sea of Azov and the martial law to improve his ratings. More from Daily Mail here
Main Stream Hysteria Over the Ships in the Black Sea - Another view from Russia
11-27-18, Larry Heiniger, Russia -- The hidden issue at play here is that Ukraine’s President Poroshenko is up for re-election scheduled for March 30, 2019. Many Ukrainians wish to throw out the America X- CIA agent who was installed by Obama and Merkel of Germany with the assistance of the Soros’ Yellow revolution. His own administration is attempting to cause his defeat. Poroshenko’s trying to use this fabricated Russia incident to convince the Ukraine people that they must re-elect him to save them from Russia.
Since 2014 when Russia took back Crimea they control the mouth of the Azov Sea and have built the Kerch Strait Bridge across the mouth of the sea controlling access to the Black Sea. Under the existing laws, Ukraine MUST obtain permission from Russia to navigate the strait to the bridge that is in Russian territory. In the past, Ukraine was always granted permission and the Russian Navy escorted their NAVY ships to the Black Sea and back. However, this time Poroshenko attempted to sail these very same ships that had legally made the passage in the past, through the strait without permission knowing what would happen. It’s his re-election gambit.
[Re US Ambassador to UN, Nikki Haley’s recent comments.]
I would expect Haley to make a statement  while she still has the chance, the report is so biased that it has no relevance to the actual incident it is the same old ‘Russia poisoned their own spy,’ when UK’s MI6 clowns actually were to blame. The UK is more than happy to join the anti-Russia band wagon as a smoke screen on their own problems because of the USA FISA court treason of their MI6 involvement.
Some history: Crimea has belonged to Russia for more than four centuries*; it has been a part of Russia since there was a Russia. In 1945 the Yalta [Crimea] Treaty  that ended WWII with Germany was signed at Yalta between, Churchill, Stalin and Roosevelt. Russian Christianity was born in Crimea more than four centuries ago at Sevastopol. In the 1950s Nikita Khrushchev gave Crimea to Ukraine friends; it was a political “gift.”
* Crimea History: In March 2014, following the Ukrainian revolution and subsequent takeover of the territory by pro-Russian separatists and Russian Armed Forces, a Crimea-only referendum election was held but deemed unconstitutional by the Ukrainian Constitutional Court, was held to vote on leaving Ukraine and join Russia; the official result was that a large majority of Crimeans wished to join with Russia. Here
 Kerch Bridge here
 Nikki Haley here
 Yalta 1945 Conference here Crimea History here
Finland: Cleaning Undergrowth, Dead Trees Proper Forest Management Prevents Devastating Wildfires Such As California's
Ridicule and mocking of Pres Trump's comment about 'raking the forest floor'
12-12-18, Canada Free Press -- Finnish president Sauli Niinistö didn't understand “raking” with heavy machinery is cleaning the forest undergrowth & debris. The “confusion” over what President Trump said unfortunately came initially from the Finnish side, as even our media thought “raking” meant only light removal of leaves, pine cones and other debris from forest floors. The forest service in Finland does carry out controlled burns of the forest floor mostly to clear away underbrush and also promote new saplings. [..snip] Finland manages its forests for timber, wildlife, controlled fires—and protection of nearby homes and people. Its lessons can and should be applied elsewhere. President Trump understands that. More here
Trump's Right About California's Fires: It Wasn't Climate Change
Nov 27, 2018 - In a 2006 report, the Western Governors’ Association warned that, “…over time the fire-prone forests that were not thinned, burn in uncharacteristically destructive wildfires… …In the long term, leaving forests overgrown (makes them) prone to unnaturally destructive wildfires…”
Have a Very Intolerant Day
12-10-18, * -- November 16, 2018 was National Button Day, National Fast Food Day and International Tolerance Day: if you've never heard of International Tolerance Day, that just shows how intolerant you are. Like most terrible global ideas, this 'Day' was invented by the UN; or specifically by UNESCO around the time that Bosnia and Herzegovina joined up before becoming enmeshed in a genocidal war. Because nothing says tolerance like genocidal ethnic conflicts at the United Nations.
This year it was celebrated at the World Tolerance Summit at the Armani Hotel in Dubai [a Muslim nation]. A photo of the event shows three Arab Muslim men in burnooses sitting under the Summit's subtitle, "Prospering from Pluralism: Embracing Diversity through Innovation and Collaboration."
Key conferences were held in three countries in a permanent state of war: Russia, Korea and Turkey.
The trouble with tolerance is that tolerant people rarely go around advocating it. Tolerant people tolerate, rather than advocate. The United Nations says all the right things and does all the wrong things. The tolerant ends always justify the intolerant means. The best way to celebrate the International Day of Tolerance is to stop tolerating the United Nations.
*Excerpted and adapted full original report from Daniel Greenfield here
Egypt’s el-Sisi on World Migration: “For those [nations] who close the door to us, I say that we have nothing to reproach anyone about but ourselves."
12-9-18, Robert Spencer -- A remarkably clear-sighted and honest statement from Egypt's leader el-Sisi: 'If you go to a country that welcomes you, you must respect its laws traditions and culture." If a European leader spoke this way, he would be excoriated as a racist, bigoted “Islamophobe.” Egyptian President El Sisi recently asked about the world's immigration policy, he said:
"Instead of asking why these countries are closing their doors, ask yourself why Afghans in Afghanistan do not care about the fate of their country. Why are they fighting for forty years to kill each other and self-destruct? This question also arises for other countries like Pakistan and … Egypt too. It is also relevant for Syria, Iraq, Libya, Yemen and Somalia. Why do we behave this way?
We have an obligation to criticize ourselves: Are we protecting our own states? Do the leaders of the states I am talking about (the Muslim states) have no obligation to be more equitable, more respectful and more considerate of their people? And do not they have the duty to make concessions, to sit down to table and solve their problems, whether in Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq or Libya? Why do they not? You want to go the heads of European states, whether in England, Germany, Italy or elsewhere, who close their borders to protect the fruit of long years of hard work and effort to build an evolved society! We ask that they open their doors to us, while we want to impose our culture, even though it is far from their own, especially in the field of work and effort. Our work ethic is different from theirs, they have a rigorous ethic, they do not agree with any privilege or carelessness in the field of work or training. On the other hand, we allow ourselves, sometimes in an exaggerated way, pass-rights and complacency. [..snip]
I just judge from what I see and what I understand about events happening on this subject. It’s not possible, it’s been more than forty years that you kill each other and you want me to let you in? No! Want to solve your problems? Solve them in your countries. That’s why I say to the Egyptians, “take care of your country!”
As for those who close the door to us, I say that in this we have nothing to reproach anyone about but ourselves." More here
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