t has become exceedingly clear that there will be war in Ukraine. In fact, some would argue that the war has already begun. On Wednesday evening, widespread artillery bombardment of Donetsk and Luhansk started, and it hasn’t stopped since. It is being called “the most intense artillery bombardment for years”, and it should be making front page headlines all over the globe. According to one diplomatic source, “everyone and everything” is being targeted…
A diplomatic source with years of experience of the conflict described Friday’s shelling in east Ukraine as the most intense since major combat there ended with a 2015 ceasefire. “They are shooting – everyone and everything,” said the source.
It is also being reported that mobile phone service is down throughout Donetsk and Luhansk.
Needless to say, a communications disruption often occurs just before an invasion.
Of course all of this is happening as accusations of “false flag attacks” continue to fly back and forth.
When the vehicle of a top separatist leader exploded in Donetsk, western media sources immediately labeled it as a “false flag operation” by the Russians, while the Russians immediately blamed pro-Ukrainian forces…
An explosion has rocked the pro-Russian separatist capital Donetsk in eastern Ukraine in what appears to be the start of Putin’s long-awaited false flag operation. A Russian invasion of the country is expected to follow.
Russian media claim the explosion was a car bomb which was intended to assassinate a top Russian separatist official – who was unhurt – and it came hours after Putin’s allies in the breakaway regions announced they would evacuate 700,000 civilians over fears of an attack by Kiev.
And just a day after U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned that the Russians could launch a “false flag” attack using chemical weapons, the Russians were claiming that an attack on chlorine tanks was foiled by separatist forces…
Earlier in the day, rebel forces claimed to have thwarted a ‘sabotage’ attack earlier in the day by Ukrainian forces, including Polish nationals, on chlorine tanks. The US had warned just the day before that rebels might stage a faked chemical weapons attack.
It certainly appears that somebody out there is trying really hard to create a pretext for war.
As the shelling continues hour after hour, leaders in Donetsk and Luhansk have decided to evacuate large numbers of their own citizens to Russia…
Ukrainian forces and the pro-Russian separatists they’re fighting in the country’s east reported a second day of increased shelling on Friday, as the leaders of the rebels’ self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics accused the Ukrainian government of planning an imminent attack. The rebel administrations in the two breakaway regions announced plans to evacuate thousands of civilians into neighboring Russia.
In fact, Donetsk alone plans to evacuate up to 700,000 civilians to Russian territory.
The only reason why you would do such a thing is if you believe that a full-scale war is imminent.