Thursday, February 20, 2014

Jelko's Confession

MEP and EU's commissar for Serbia Jelko Kacin (of Slovenia) is prone to running his mouth, so I try to tune out his frequent Serbophobic rants. However, given the events of the past two days in Ukraine, something he said in an interview to a Sarajevo TV station on February 10 sounds like a threat, admission and portent all at once:
"If you follow the developments in the Ukraine, you will see in a week or two how we treat the irresponsible political elite."
Here is the full video of the interview. 

And we're supposed to believe the EU and the US are not meddling in Ukraine, and that the "peaceful protesters" have quite spontaneously decided to storm government buildings and open fire on the police... why exactly? 

32 comments:

Dave said...

He was not only threatening Ukraine and Bosnia, he was also proudly revealing their evil plan for Ukraine before the killings started; this video is from 12 February, he knew what was going to happen and they are controlling it. USA invested $5 billion in Ukrainian ngo's, how much did the EU invest to overthrow the government in Ukraine?

Dave said...

This video is PROOF that corrupt EU officials have planned the destabilization and the killings in Kiev! Idiot Kacin is even looking forward to their plan!

Dave said...

The recording was from February 7, you see the date somewhere in the video

Meezer said...

Looks like the Ukraine is heading toward partition.

CubuCoko said...

That's precisely the point, Dave.

Meezer, neither the Banderists in Kiev nor their Western puppetmasters will accept partition. Not just because their western fringe cannot survive on its own, and needs to feed off the rest of the country, but because any refusal to submit to the Empire cannot be tolerated. There is no right to be left alone in the New World Chaos.

Dave said...

US/EU want the eastern Ukrainian industries and military bases and most importantly the Russian naval base in the Crimea.
The aim of the Banderists is to Ukrainianize the russian orthodox population in Ukraine.
The funny thing is Yanukovych was actually pro-eu and pro-russia at the same time; Ukrainian army under his leadership was having joint exercises with NATO even in the USA. Yanukovich was both ways just like Vucic/Nikolic are: and EU and Russia. Problem with this is EU/NATO will force you to choose one. So Serbia will be forced to choose and because of this the Republic of Srpska will be a victim. If Bosnia joins NATO then Serbia will follow. Only obstacle is Srpska which is against Nato and EU membership. Joining the EU or NATO will have the autonomy of Srpska diminished. The republic of Srpska, with it's pro russian and tough as nails president, is the biggest obstacle in the Balkans at this moment.

Dave said...

The sheeple is asleep, am i the only one thinking world war III has actually started (they won't announce this on tv you know) or is it just my imagination?

CubuCoko said...

I don't think it's your imagination.

Meezer said...

The South & East of Ukraine have already decided to resist:

http://rt.com/news/thousands-gather-eastern-ukraine-252/

They are in position of strength. They control the money, ports, industry, etc.,

In addition, once he's done with the Olympics I'm sure Putin will
be on it. :)

Dave said...

USA sent two warships a month ago to the black sea. They knew precisely what and when it was going to happen in Ukraine. Those warships were sent as a warning to Russia.

kapetan Mile said...

looks like Russia is slowly but surely being surrounded by "the western world"

Dave said...

Julia Tymoshenko's daughter thanked Albanians for arranging the release of her mom. "my mom was a political victim of Yanukovich, she suffered like Albanians in Serb prisons"

(source preshevajone) WTF! is this 4 real?!

panix Panixgr said...

GF,
i know you hate my guts and won't publish this. Its you right, but i don't care cause i dont want it to get public.

I WANT YOU TO READ THIS.

Remember how the Russian ambasador said in some meeting in BG, smth in the lines of "Are there any Serbs in the room"???

Well, Mr ambasador?? Are there any Ukranians in Ukraine ??? Where did they all go?

Bottom line :

Slavs will have to make a mega-country....

Russia alone is doomed .... i give no more than 4-5 years to this Russia...

And the outcome will be obvious and "natural"...

Slavs divided with no end......

Serbs and their adventures are just a tiny block in the bigger anti-SLAV plan of the Saxons...

If you don't treat the cause the problem persists...

BULGARIANS and CROATS ARE YOUR BLOOD.... AND POLISH AND CZECHS AND UKRANIANS AND RUSSIANS AND SLOVAKS....

Feel free not to publish this.... (truth is hated by most, that is normal)

CubuCoko said...

Dave, if Timoshenko's daughter really said that, it's proof who is writing her lines (i.e. the same people who scripted them for the Albanians).

Panix, I don't "hate your guts." I suspended your posting privileges because you were abusive. I posted your comment because I absolutely agree that "Serbs and their adventures are just a tiny block in the bigger anti-Slav plans."

Now, I don't agree that some sort of pan-Slavic union is the correct counter to this. And having lived in "brotherhood" with Croats (and others) and barely survived to tell the tale, I don't think a return to that - for a third time in a century, even - is an idea even remotely approaching sanity.

If we want to talk unity, let's identify what's keeping the Slavs divided. Three guesses.

Dave said...

@CuboCoko I've read it somewhere in a comment (about Tymoshenko), don't know if it's authentic.

@Panixgr Serbs are Slavic in language, Byzantine in culture, Dinaric in blood. I am embarrassed by those Vikings in Ukraine calling themselves Slavs, LOL.
There is no such thing as an Ukrainian, they are Rusyns, Russians, Cossacks, Tartars and other ethnic peoples. They are divided in history and religion. Ukraine is an artificial country, with an artificial name (borderland), with artificial borders.

CubuCoko said...

The more I hear about Ukraine, the more I am struck by parallels between "Ukrainians" (the way the Galician Catholic haters define that) and Croats. Coincidence? I don't think so.

Dave said...

There are also parallels between Croatian Orthodox Church, Montenegrin Orthodox Church and the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Kiev patr.). Coincidence?

panix Panixgr said...

GrayFalcon, thanx for letting me back, it would be bad to keep me out, Slavs so not have the luxury of being too selective and picky. Especially in times when having an sig image in some forum showing missiles hitting moscow, is considered common enough and normal. I read your articles on rt.com and was glad. + i agreed.

Now to the question, what keeps slavs divided, i have the answer :

- Saxons
- Political Naivety
- Kindness towards human kind

Take one of the 3 out (which ever you want) and Slavs will stop being boxing bags anymore.

CubuCoko said...

No Catholic creation of new "nations" and their submission to the Holy German Empire?

panix Panixgr said...

Dave,
there is no Byzantine culture, that i know of.

However, if you mean, HARDCORE pravoslavi, of the south, then i guess this is a SERBIAN-MAKEDONIAN-BULGARIAN culture.

Those were the early keepers of Orthodoxy - Christianity.

I guess the same holds for Russians and ppl around Kiev the oldest stronghold of Russian history.

Your efforts to further divide the Slavs eventually will stop some time.

Slavic unity (in culture) is not only a reality, it is a MIRACLE, the greatest miracle but also mystery...

The mystery part is mainly due to Saxon/german manipulation (butchering) of history.

panix Panixgr said...

Anyway, i dont mean to get bitter here, lets hope for the best and pray to Orthodox God or the ancient Slavic Gods for the longevity of human race (= the Slavs).

Good luck to all.

Dave said...

@Panixgr Your thinking (Slavism, Arianism, Hellenism, Celtism and Germanism) is a fake 19th century occult national socialist identity created by the German and Austro-Hungarian Empires.

Suvorov said...

Well, the actual word "Ukraine" was introduced in the 19th century, and thus was unknown to many of those who are now considered the heroes and founders of the Ukrainian statehood. The traditional term had been "Little Russia." (Any guesses why it had to be changed?)
The population of Galicia actually resisted Catholization for centuries, but was eventually mind-raped at first by the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and then by Austro-Hungary. There is still a fairly large population of people calling themselves "Rusins" in that region. They will go into history as the first people in Europe to be held in concentration camps. During WWI the Austro-Hungarians put them into facilities with the names Thalerhof and Terezin, only because the latter remembered their roots. Those who denounced their roots and changed their identify to "Ukrainian" were released.
Thus the Ustasa type of mindset some of these lovely folks from Galicia exhibit, in fact is a product of centuries-long Catholic brainwashing. And, needless to say, the whole of Ukraine has been subjected to virulently Russophobic propaganda for the past 23 years.

CubuCoko said...

Thank you, Suvorov. I've been meaning to put up a post explaining this, but you've done a much better job - and in far fewer words.

panix Panixgr said...

We have Rusini in Vojvodina as well, and from the signs i have seen in Novi Sad, in Rusinski, it is pretty much close to Russian Ukrainian dialect.

I would love to visit some of their villages and slovak villages as well some time.

CubuCoko said...

Oh, just to clarify something: the Kiev Patriarchate is actually a canonical Orthodox Church under the umbrella of the Patriarch in Moscow; we shouldn't lump them in with the heretical "Ukrainian Orthodox Church" or whatever they call themselves.

panix Panixgr said...

@GF,

About Bulgarians....

besides what you have read in the press or the official history .... i'll tell you what i saw with my own eyes :

- 100s of Serbian restaurants in Bulgaria
- 100s of Serbian bands concerts in Bulgaria
- *ONLY* positive reactions from the ppl whenever they hear the word starting with "SERB"

Greece :
- 0 Serbian restaurants
- 0 Serbian concerts
- 0 Serbian products
- Mostly negative reactions from everyday ppl, WHEN POLITICS ARE NOT INVOLVED

Greece during 1999 :
- Furious protests against the bombings
Western reaction :
- Morey EURO money injected into the Greek economy the (fake) GOLIATH of the balkans!! ()

Bulgaria during 1999 :
- Some genuine BULGARIAN protests against the bombings
Western Reaction :
... TWO BOMBS IN THE CENTER OF SOFIA....


So?????

Slavic hostility is artificial... Slavic unity is natural, and my friend Dave, this has nothing to do with Arianism and the rest of irrelevant terms you wrote in your other post.

SAMO SLOGA SLOVENA SPASAVA

Suvorov said...

Thanks. Btw, what a great surprise that "Yatz" become the Prime Minister with the extended powers granted to him by the reinstituted 2004 constitution.

Meezer said...

Speaking of Slavic unity:

http://www.ibtimes.com/russian-ships-arrive-ukraines-crimean-coast-fears-mount-over-russian-invasion-region-1557639

CubuCoko said...

Gee, Suvorov, you mean that Nuland's "discussion" just coincidentally came to be true following the "democratic revolution of (masked and armed) democratic democrats"? I am shocked - shocked! - that there might be insinuations of U.S. government involvement in any of this...

Meezer said...

The Putschists in Kiev have another big problem:

Chechen President Kadyrov is going to Crimea to support the Russian nationalists:

http://point.md/ru/novosti/v-mire/kadirov-edet-v-krim-chtobi-podderzhatj-russkih-v-krimu


Sending Kadyrov and his Chechen paramilitaries to Crimea is a perfect solution.

Kadyrov's paramilitaries are a perfect match to take on the Nazi Right Sector, but also Kadyrov, being a devout Muslim, can find common language with the Crimean Tatars, who are also muslims.

This is not going to end well for the Nazi's :)

Suvorov said...

Sorry, it must be my totalitarian mindset, as former US ambassador to the Ukraine, John Herbst put it while speaking to RT. I am always pleased whenever an US official- former or current- asks someone, "Have you heard of George Orwell?" For as long as the US State Department exists, any monument to Orwell should seem redundant.