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Russian President Vladimir Putin addresses the Federal Assembly on the integration of Crimea into the Russian Federation, after the region's parliament formally declared independence from Ukraine following Sunday's referendum.

BREAKING: The Parliament of Crimea wants to Join Russia
Category: Beyond Illusion
Tags: Parliament Crimea Join Russia Ukraine EU Temirgaliev Putin Parsifal

BREAKING too, false flag exposed to blame Russia and the ousted President of Ukraine Victor Yanukovich - see below - Parsifal

The events come thick and fast and there is a fait accompli to be created.

The Parliament of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea has in a majority decided that the region 'is a part of the Russian Federation and its territory' and has brought forward the people's vote on March 16, 2014.

Parsifal, March 6, 2014

According to the First Deputy Prime Minister Rustam Temirgaliev (image above) the questions of the referendum will be as follows:

1 Are you sure that the Crimea will be a part of the territory of the Russian Federation?

2 Are you sure that the Constitution of Crimea in 1992 will be reinstated?


The parliamentarians have turned to President Putin, asking him to consider the decision of the Crimea, if the population should agree of the union with Russia.

Vladimir Putin speedily has subsequently convened a meeting of the Russian Security Council on this issue.


The Chairman of the Committee for CIS-matter of the Duma, Leonid Slutsky, has told the media the Russian parliament will hold a debate on the Crimea only after the referendum.

The following historical facts:

In the last hundred years, the Crimean peninsula belonged to the Russian Empire and then the Russian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic (RSFSR), speak Russia.

It was Nikita Khrushchev as First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Soviet Union, a Ukrainian, who in 1954 transferred the Crimea in violation of the Constitution of the RSFSR to Ukraine.

According to that, the Crimea thus not by all means belongs to Ukraine.

In the Crimea live nearly two million people, including about 380.000 in the largest city of the peninsula, Sevastopol.

The majority of the population (58.5%) are Russians and only (24.4%) Ukrainians.

A survey in 2005 showed that about 97% of the population in the Crimea preferred the Russian language.


Which would mean a reunion of the Crimea with Russia?

First, the Duma (Russian Parliament) at all would have to accept the decision of the majority of the population of the Crimea.

Whether they want that is still open and will probably be hotly debated by MPs.

If they agree, then the Crimea is fully under the protection of Russia because then a part of it. Clearly the West will not accept a possible YES in the referendum, democracy or not.

Just Kiev will not tolerate.

They would bring forward all sorts of lies; the referendum was being manipulated or not legal. Although according to the UN Charter each area when so expressed by the will of the people can either become autonomous or change the country.

I wish the Crimea every success and I'm sure people will make it.

Is there a precedent ?

Yes, the German reunification.

The GDR People's Chamber also has decided the accession' to the FRG, why should the parliament of Crimea should this not do regarding Russia ?



We were right, the snipers were planted at Maidan, a false flag to discredit Russia and the ousted President of the Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovic (sounds familiar in the light of Syria...)

Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet and Catherine Ashton discuss Ukraine over the phone

BREAKING: Officers of Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) loyal to the ousted President Viktor Yanukovich have hacked phones of Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs Urmas Paet and High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton and leaked their conversation to the web. The officials discuss their impressions of what’s happening in the country after the revolution. The gist of it is that Ukrainian people have no trust in any of the leaders of Maidan.
However the most striking thing of all is the fact which concerns the use of force during the revolution, particularly the snipers who killed both protesters and officers of the riot police. Mr. Paet reveals astonishing information which confirms the rumours that the snipers were employed by the leaders of Maidan.
Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Urmas Paet has shown annoyance on the publication of his telephone conversation with Catherine Ashton on the situation in Ukraine, said the Estonian Foreign Ministery on Wednesday in Tallinn.
Paet confirmed the authenticity of the recording.
It was a telephone call of February, 26, 2014, which took place during Paets Kiev-visit.

Confirmed leaked telephone conversation:
Leaked Phone Tape Raises Claim that Opposition Involved in Sniper Attacks in Kiev
Topic: Turbulence in Ukraine
TALLINN, March 5 (RIA Novosti) – Snipers who shot at protesters and police in Kiev were allegedly linked to “somebody from the new coalition,” Estonia’s foreign minister said in a leaked phone call.
His conversation with Catherine Ashton, the European Union’s foreign policy chief, has been confirmed as authentic by the Estonian Foreign Ministry. It took place after Paet visited Kiev on February 25, after intense street battles between police and protesters that killed dozens of people and injured hundreds.

He informed Ashton of his conversation with Olga Bogomolets, the chief coordinator of medical aid at the main protest camp in Kiev’s Independence Square.

'Olga told as well that all the evidence shows that the people who were killed by snipers from both sides, among policemen and then people from the streets, that they were the same snipers killing people from both sides', Paet said.

Ashton replied: 'Well, yeah… That’s, that’s terrible'.

Paet continued: “So that she then also showed me some photos she said that as a medical doctor she can say that it is the same handwriting, the same type of bullets, and it’s really disturbing that now the new coalition, that they don’t want to investigate what exactly happened.

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The Prime Minster of the fascist coup regime in Kiev Arseniy Yatsenyuk has already expressed his opinion during his stay in Brussels on Thursday,


‘This is an illegal decision, and this so-called referendum has no legal basis’.

I knew it, as predicted above.

'That is the reason why we call on the Russian government not to support the separatists in Ukraine'.

Sure they do (laughing).

'The Crimea is, was and will be an integral part of Ukraine'.

Yes dream on beautiful you fascist puppet.

This decision has been left to the population of the Crimea this allegiance of the US/EU/NATO.

Again typical double standard.

What happened in Kiev, will be 'the expression of the democratic will of the people' is told us.

But it was a violent coup without referendum.

Now, a referendum will be held and the result should not be legitimate ?

These political punches who continuously talk of democracy contradict each other with each set and make themselves completely ridiculous.

From a Western perspective, a popular decision applies only when it serves western interests, not otherwise.

European Parliament votes to invite Edward Snowden
Category: News & Politics
Tags: European Parliament invitation Edward Snowden

European Parliament votes to invite Edward Snowden

US intelligence whistleblower Edward Snowden 

The European Parliament has voted to formally invite US whistleblower Edward Snowden to testify in a hearing on US National Security Agency’s (NSA) widespread spying activities.

The parliament’s approval came on Thursday, and lawmakers decided that Snowden would receive through his lawyer approximately two questions from each political group ahead of the hearing. 

If Snowden provides answers to the given questions in time, a hearing via video link could be held as early as January. 

According to the British newspaper The Guardian, the European Parliament is seeking to create an interactive situation for the hearing, in which lawmakers could interview Snowden live. 

However, Snowden’s answers may have to be pre-recorded, as there are concerns that a hearing in real time could make it possible for the NSA to pinpoint his location, the British newspaper reported. 

The lead rapporteur for the European Parliament inquiry, Claude Moraes, hailed the decision to invite Snowden and assured that the questions would be both rigorous and fair. 

Moraes said he plans to ask Snowden “why he decided to reveal the information." 

Meanwhile the Conservative European People’s Party (EPP) voiced concern over inviting Snowden, saying it could endanger a transatlantic trade agreement with the United States. 

Snowden is currently in Russia after Moscow in August granted him asylum for one year. 

The intelligence whistleblower has been charged in the United States with espionage and theft of government property after leaking documents that revealed the NSA and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have been secretly gathering information of people in both the US and all around the world. 

The NSA scandal took even broader dimensions when Snowden revealed information about the organization’s espionage activities targeting friendly countries. 



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