ATO Militants to Back in Kiev, Leader of Protest Deteined in Chisinau,
Moldavain Game of the US, Israel too Small to Host Refugees, Enough to Bomb, PKK Attack Killed 15 Turkish Troops
News of democratization of Ukraine. Militants of so-called “Ukrainian volunteer battalions” Sich and OUN, independent from the ATO headquarters, have been moving to Kiev. According to reports, they have been moving to Kiev to release 18 militants who killed 3 and injured 120 Ukrainian military servicemen while clashes at Verkhovna Rada on August 31. At last, the corrupt judicial system and numerous agents of Putin can’t control millenary democratic society of Ukraine. Democratic activists of the liberal battalions Sich and OUN are ready to show that then only law for them is a law of AK-47.
Diverse groups of protesters have set up tents in the Moldovan capital of Chisinau, following a demonstration that attracted up to 100,000 people. The opposition say they will stay until the resignation of the government and a crippling $1 million bank scam is prosecuted. The two main protests have been going at outside the government building and at the General Prosecutor Office. While government is gentle to the groups led by pro-West opposition, independent activists are roughly persecuted by the police. On September 6, honorary member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, leader of the team conducting protests against the oligarchs who’ve captured the state, Grigory Petrenko, was illegally detained.
After a series of exposures of Moldavian oligarch and a shadow governor of the country, Vladimir Plahotniuc, Petreno has already been threaten by physical attacks and arrest. The situation became worsen after the article signed by the Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Thorbjorn Jagland, former prime minister of Norway. Jagland stated that Moldova is captured by the oligarchs and the pack leader is Plahotniuc. Meanwhile, civic activists headed by Petrenko established the Tent city of the Freedom at the house of Vladimir Plahotniuc to protest against the decision to raise the electricity tax and the gas tax. The tent city was destroyed by the oligarch’s armed groups with support of police. The protests continued over the country. On September 3, the Moldovian government was pushed to stop the raise of the taxs. On September 6, protests continued in Chisinau. Most part of organizers of these actions were supported by the US embassy in Moldova. The US strategists tried to head the people’s protest to change the old pro-US regime by a new pro-US regime as they tried to change terrorists in the Middle East by ‘moderate rebels’. Thus, the Moldovian government used force against not-US backed activists, beaten and detained Petrenko. This showed the real face of so-called Moldavian democracy.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed on Sunday to fence the country off completely from war-torn neighbor nations to prevent undocumented migrants from entering, after the opposition urged him to give shelter to Syrian refugees. A new section of security fence would be built on the border with Jordan. He added Israel is very small country that has no capacity to accepting refugees from the Middle East and Africa. Nonetheless, Israel is enough big to occupy Palestina, has nuclear weapons and to conduct military operations in the Middle East.
The Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) said on Sunday its forces have killed at least 15 Turkish troops and seized a large number of weapons during an attack targeting a military convoy in the country’s southeastern Yüksekova district. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan confirmed that an incident had occurred in the Hakkâri province. Turkey has been launching airstrikes against PKK positions in Iraq under a cover of anti-ISIL airstrikes in Syria while Kurds are a force constantly figihting ISIL in the Syria-Iraq battleground. A shaky ceasefire that had stood since 2013 was declared null by the PKK following the Turkish airstrikes. The PKK has been fighting for an autonomous Kurdish region inside Turkey since the 1980s. The conflict has left tens of thousands of people dead.