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    The Bank and The Future of Ukraine.

    Why PrivatBank holds the key to Ukraine's future. https://rlvntnews.com/2019/07/why-pr...raines-future/.

    Returning home after two years of self-imposed exile, Mr Kolomoisky speaks of his "new hope" since comedian Volodymyr Zelensky who rose to fame playing a fictional president on the oligarch's TV channel came to power in April.

    The glee of an oligarch, who is being investigated and sued in the US for alleged fraud, ".

    Mr Kolomoisky denies influencing Mr Zelensky directly, instead saying that fortune seems to be smiling on him. "People come to see me in Israel and say, 'Congrats! Well done!' I say, 'For what? My birthday's in February'. They say, 'Who needs a birthday when you've got a whole president.

  2. #156

    Ukraine-new Turkish Pattaya?

    Ukraine-new Turkish Pattaya?

    December 2017. Citizen of Turkey attracted Ukrainian women to illegal business during the year, 25 Ukrainian girls were involved in the sphere of sex services. Girls had a difficult financial situation. The clients of women became exclusively Turks who arrived in Ukraine as tourists. Puppies organized meetings in rooms of Kharkiv hotels. Now the organizers are detained, they are in prison.
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  3. #155

    Life in Ukraine now

    Hello,

    I was in Ukraine last week. The Grivna is now about 30 to a euro, and it was 10 a year ago, so the currency weakened by a factor of 3.

    Inflation is getting scary; Utility prices have doubled. Internet subscriptions trebled. Priced in the shop are increasing sometimes 10% per day!

    So the currency is weak, but it doesn't mean that life is cheap.

    People are gloomy and all sense of fun has evaporated.

    Before Minsk 2, there were reports that the government was considering conscription for women.

    Best.

  4. #154
    IMF is looting Ukraine and paying Russia. Its all a big gigantic conspiracy. If people really think any elites in their own country or other cares about common man. Needs to wake up.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-0...red-powder-keg

    Since, IMF bailed out, everything in Ukraine has become expensive, pension lowered, gas prices increased, interest on loans increased. More debt slaves than before. This is the freedom so called media sponsored west gives for Ukraine plus a war with Russia.

    Stop fighting each other in the name of some free masonic political boundaries BS which benefits no common man on earth with all these stupid visa rules. A man must be able to freely walk on earth where he wishes to go. Period.

    Cut the BS. Sync in with nature, be one with mother earth. Let it evolve us slowly. Our Destiny is not different from anyone else. We all have the same goal, the same destiny.

    My point is do not believe the lies coming out of Ukraine government and Russian government, EU and US. They all want to butcher humanity. The entire political Establishment is brainwashing humanity to kill each other.

    STOP THE WAR don't FALL FOR THE CON. WAKE UP

  5. #153
    Quote Originally Posted by Leggio1  [View Original Post]
    How long before the Russian thugs organize and seize Kiev?
    They are all same at the top. The Elites don't care where you from. These political boundaries are for slaves. Consider this.

    Russia and America are the Best Friends For EVER. Whenever they want to destroy a country they come from opposite sides in the name of Communism / Democracy Socialism / Capitalism aka any opposite ideologies with a common ground on Freedom. This is the same tactic they used for over 100 years now.

    List of countries they have divided and ruled and butchered millions of local population.

    Whenever US & Russia ZERO-IN on any country. Its guaranteed Innocent millions in that country will die.

    1. Germany.

    2. Korea.

    3. Balkans.

    4. Combodia.

    5. Vietnam.

    6. Yugoslavia.

    7. Afghanistan.

    8. Libya.

    9. Syria.

    And now.

    10. Ukraine.

    Is their any doubt looking at the past history of these two countries involved in so called peace and freedom of its local population and then murdering millions and quietly leaving the scene as Russia has done often in the past with America staying to butcher more.

    Bad Cop = Russia.

    Good Cop = America / EU.

    Match Made In Heaven.

    Media brainwashing on both side. The reality is common man will suffer and get butchered on both sides

  6. #152
    How long before the Russian thugs organize and seize Kiev?

  7. #151
    National Security official believes Maidan brawl ordered by Russian special services.

    http://euromaidanpr.com/2014/04/30/n...cial-services/#more-7976

  8. #150
    http://www.news-republic.com/Web/Art...cleid=22364592

    Clashes break out near Independence Square in Kiev

  9. #149
    Quote Originally Posted by Bimbo Boy  [View Original Post]
    The poor Ukranians will get poorer even faster than the poor Greeks, as it seems that their gold was taken out of the country. What do you think of this? True or false?
    I have not heard about the gold heist. The news should fully leak out soon if this was the case but I would not be surprised.

    The situation will get much much worse and sooner rather than later. Today the Ministry of Health announced that medicines have risen in cost by more than 50 percent. Lots of people will now be much sicker or die sooner since this will now place this necessity out of reach for many, especially the pensioners and many others struggling to just get by. The interim government has no money allocated to help with such social issues and now also wants to fire all the social workers! This will no doubt kill many more people than those who died in the Maidan events.

    In the next few months, the cost of communal services such as utilities, heat, hot water, electricity, phone and other services are due to be significantly increased due to IMF demands. This will create even further discontentment and possible unrest. Naturally, the pensioners and the working poor will also be seriously affected.

    Food prices are not dropping as they normally would in the spring of the year. High food prices will add another onerous level of hardship on the population. The price of what is known here as the cost of the "borscht food basket" has risen significantly along with many other basic foodstuffs and will likely not go down.

    Wizz Air today cancelled many of its scheduled flights, most to and from Lviv. This is due to many fewer Ukrainians being able to afford trips abroad. This is also a very bad sign of things to come and Crimean holidays are now out of the question as well.

    Where this will all end is still a huge unknown. There may well be many more Maidans.

  10. #148

    Ukraine getting poorer very fast

    the poor ukranians will get poorer even faster than the poor greeks, as it seems that their gold was taken out of the country.

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/ukraine...eserve/5373446

    what do you think of this? true or false?

    the grivna is now trading at close to 18 to an euro. it was at 11 end of 2013 less than 4 months ago. it is frightening.

  11. #147
    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianBoy  [View Original Post]
    Much like South Ossetia, the people of Crimea will celebrate now but in 3-5 years time they will rue the day they joined Russia.
    BTW South Ossetia is a very homogenous ethnic, cultural and linguistic zone, and support for independence (and unification with Russia) has always been strong. The conflict between Georgians and Ossetians dates back until at least 1918.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgia...etian_conflict

    The 2008 war began when Georgia's Western-leaning president commanded a large-scale military offensive against South Ossetia, in an attempt to crush an uprising and reclaim the territory, and the war spreaded to Abkhazia (it was the third Georgian-Abkhazian war).

    Conflict for Ossetia (and Abkhazia) 's autonomy between Georgians and Ossetians and Georgians and Abkhazs is much more complex than a mere "Russia's seizure".

  12. #146
    Quote Originally Posted by Prosal  [View Original Post]
    BTW

    Russia has nearly doubled pensions paid to retirees in Crimea, raising them to the average levels paid in Russia (about 300 $).

    Social services, as goverment workers (teachers, doctors, ect ect) salaries, will also be significantly raised from 1 April.

    Meanwhile, the Kiev unelected goverment has cutted pensions of 50% (160 $ to 80 $) and IMF has required an austerity plan that will cut social services, layoff government workers, freeze wages, ect.

    In your opinion, what do East Ukrainians think about that?
    I agree.

    Poutine is a master strategist!

    I am in Moscow now. There is an incredible national spirit to support Crimea. People stop buying Georgian or French wine and buy Crimean wine. They are buying vacation packages to Crimea. It is impressive.

  13. #145
    BTW

    Russia has nearly doubled pensions paid to retirees in Crimea, raising them to the average levels paid in Russia (about 300 $).

    Social services, as goverment workers (teachers, doctors, ect ect) salaries, will also be significantly raised from 1 April.

    Meanwhile, the Kiev unelected goverment has cutted pensions of 50% (160 $ to 80 $) and IMF has required an austerity plan that will cut social services, layoff government workers, freeze wages, ect.

    In your opinion, what do East Ukrainians think about that?

  14. #144

    Kiev post financed by whom?

    Quote Originally Posted by Muddy7  [View Original Post]
    http://www.kyivpost.com/content/ukra...ne-340231.html

    Mashable: US film crew recounts harrowing escape from pro-Russian mob in Ukraine
    I would be very suspicious of the Kiev Post newspaper bias. This quality newspaper has been around for many years. Its circulation is mostly free and it has little advertising.

    So my question is : who has been financing it in the past years?

    Then look at this newspaper's orientation during the Maidan events, and you will have a hint at the answer.

    Regards.

  15. #143
    Hey, it is safe to visit Kiev? I am thinking to visit Kiev or odessa, but as muddy say, Russian army approaching. Is there a war risk? What is the situation?

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