Our Easter celebrations are nearly over, while Ukraine, Russia and all orthodox Christian countries begin theirs later this week.
It has come to the attention of Moscow that a large-scale false-flag operation is being planned by KIev to add to its bombing of hospital No. 5, the drama theatre – both at Mariupol – the railway-station shelling of refugees by Kiev forces at Kramatorsk, and the far-fetched Bucha butchery, recently executed by the western-backed Ukrainian forces and blamed on Russia.
While Russia has meticulously tried to avoid civilian casualties – it has even tried to avoid armed forces casualties – Kiev forces have daily bombarded residential areas of villages and towns – for eight years. Thousands of captured Ukrainian soldiers have been given food and looked after within the terms of the Geneva convention. Those with wounds have been treated in hospital.
By contrast Kiev forces have been shooting Russian prisoners in the legs. Russia has asked for an exchange of prisoners. Of course Kiev cannot oblige and Zelensky will not even answer phone calls on the subject.
Before the attempted destruction of a Turkish mosque, to try and involve Turkey in Kiev’s war, and three days before the bombing of the Mariupol drama-theatre, Dmitry Steshen, reporter for Komsomolskaya Pravda, a Russian newspaper, said both false-flags were being planned by Kiev. Fortunately the shell aimed at the mosque fell short.
Proposed Orthodox Easter attacks
Russia has just released details of Kiev’s latest planned Easter attacks. The bulletin from Colonel-General Mikhail Mizintsev from the control centre of the Ministry of Defence said that “sophisticated provocations” were underway to try to implicate Russia in mortar attacks on Orthodox churches to mass-murder Christians at prayer on April 24.
“For this purpose, more than 70 mobile groups have been formed from nationalist battalions using vans and cross-country vehicles equipped with mortars (the so-called “wandering mortars”) with the aim of shelling Orthodox churches and other churches on Easter Night (from April 23 to April 24, 2022) in order to subsequently blame Russian servicemen in the mass murder of civilians in this is a sacred holiday for believers.”
Mizintsev gave further information that a large number of western news agency reporters would be attracted “to film the alleged “excesses of the Russians” and the immediate cynical promotion of fakes by Kiev.”
“The upcoming provocations of the Ukrainian authorities demonstrate their complete indifference to the fate of their own citizens,” adding:
“We call on the United Nations, the OSCE, the International Committee of the Red Cross and other international organizations to immediately exert influence on the Kiev regime to prevent this inhuman provocation that ignores all norms of morality and international humanitarian law.”
Misintsev has made this urgent statement subject to immediate publication and communication to the UN, OSCE, the International Committee of the Red Cross and other international organizations through all available information resources.
Regions Kiev proposes to attack, according to Russian information, are Zaporozhye, Mykolaiv, Odessa, Sumy and Kharkiv.
All the Goss proudly publishes this in an attempt to avert the wanton killing of worshippers at the holiest time in the Christian calendar.
The cover image is of President Vladimir Putin at Easter mass in an Orthodox Moscow church one year after Poroshenko started this civil-war.