Kiev, Ukraine Woman Prosecutor On Maidan.

Posted April 24, 2014

by Jerry Alatalo

“Two things fill my mind with ever-increasing wonder and awe. The starry heavens above me and the moral law within me.”

– Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) German philosopher

mountain33Natalia Poklonskaya was a prosecuting attorney living in Kiev – in Ukraine’s version of America’s Department of Justice –  during the final months of Maidan events leading up to a snipers’ massacre of over 100 police and protesters.  Because of what she saw and experienced, Ms. Poklonskaya resigned from the Ukraine government and is now apparently Crimea’s chief law enforcement attorney/prosecutor.

The 34-year old divorced mother of one daughter was born in Crimea and now is its chief prosecutor, whose version of events about what occurred in Kiev and the violent takeover of power in the national government represents a highly contrasting view from virtually all American media reports. As Ms. Poklonskaya mentions in this interview, “people have a right to their own opinion”, so such will be the case for those who hear what she has to say.

The reason her interview on Crimean television is shared here is to remain consistent in a philosophy that sees no “sides” in Ukraine’s situation or any other situation where problems associated with violence and war occur. This is a philosophy that asserts, in the majority of events where violence and killing happen, there have been, whether to a small or large extent, fatal errors committed directly related to an absence of spiritual awareness that there is but “one side” – humanity.

In previous posts, this writer has stated the absolute and critical importance of positively identifying those responsible for the over 100 murders in Kiev on and around February 20, 2014. In legal terms, there is now enough information available for people to know that there is “reasonable doubt” on the new Ukraine law enforcement division’s claim that ousted President Viktor Yanukovych and his security force were responsible. The facts and theories which have surfaced since February 20 are so compelling that no person on Earth can deny the paramount need to find the mass murderers.

In simplest terms, any effort from any person to deflect attention away from what has come to be know as the “Maidan Massacre”, or any effort to cause others to ignore the highest importance of apprehending the killers, equals participation in the greatest potential failure and negative consequences for people in Ukraine and the region. In layman’s terms, law and order as it pertains to successful investigation leading to the arrest of the persons behind the massacre cannot be “swept under the rug.” The “Maidan Massacre” is now far, far too enormous to avoid or ignore – the highest moral, ethical, and just actions must be carried out to completion.

Ms. Poklonskaya:

“…an unconstitutional coup d’état and armed seizure of power. It’s not a ‘peaceful protest’ which everybody is talking about so proudly to this day. I don’t understand what kind of ‘peaceful protest is that.”


“When events become warlike?…”

“Yes, because these are the decisive events, which will ultimately be forever remembered as the finale of all this Maidan 2014. It’s the rise of Nazism, the same Nazism our forefathers have liberated us from. They spilled their blood onto the soil so that we could live under a peaceful sky. But now, at government level, under the government in Kiev, it’s all being praised. Nazism is being equated with heroism and bravery. My dear compatriots, my dear Crimeans, those soldiers who died for our freedom are being ruthlessly vandalized (statues) and demolished offhand. How can we spectate this all indifferently? I couldn’t understand it.”

“What has the general prosecutor’s office been doing to try and prevent something?”

“…but all the actions of the new illegitimate authorities, who seized power by bloodshed of our internal troops as well as civilian casualties – testify – that the new government is not eager to punish those vandals. On the contray, they indulge such actions and other displays of Nazism. Look who’s running for president in the upcoming elections. A man who’s wanted by the international manhunt – a man who’s calling for arming and murdering. Yes, I’m talking about Dmytro Yarosh, who raised this army and was shouting loud at Maidan, not fearing anybody.”

“I’ve made my choice not to work for those law enforcements anymore, because I don’t support the new government which they must obey now… Everything that happened and all those people who seized power, and now are giving orders governning the country from Kiev – I don’t support any of that. That’s why I don’t want neither to stay in Kiev, nor to work for general prosecutor’s office anymore… My conscience simply won’t let me support that Nazism.”

“I am and all of you are being contemplated by your forefathers who died for you – soldiers who perished fighting in World War II and those from internal troops who perished trying to maintain order on Maidan, trying to stop those demented radicals. There’s absolutely no way I can support that.”

“What would the legal evaluation be to all this? You were witnessing Berkut riot police carrying out their duties and you saw what the radical mob is doing to them. Why are (were) authorities letting their employees get killed and burned alive?”

“That was something extraordinary and couldn’t be explained in sane words. It’s something I still can’t comprehend – how they put those teenage soldiers up as cannon fodder. Something I also want to point out… In Kiev, only the “Heavenly Hundred” are considered heroes, but those soldiers that got killed are not considered heroes at all. …When I went to hospital and had a conversation with one of them – he’s a young kid in service for four months, three of them on Maidan. His arm is broken, he is still being treated.”

He gave me that frightened look and said:

“Nobody has ever beaten me up so badly before.”

“And he’s only 19 years old.”


(Thank you to batnik-subs at YouTube)

Maidan Massacre – 2014 Parallels To U.S.S. Liberty – 1967.

Posted April 23, 2014

by Jerry Alatalo

ocean33After more than two months the persons responsible for the sniper murder of over 100 police officers and civilian protesters in Kiev, Ukraine on and around February 20, 2014 have yet to become conclusively identified. Germany’s version of American investigate journalism program “60 Minutes” – ARD Monitor – aired a report recently which concluded that the coalition of ultra-right government officials that took over power in Ukraine, and not ousted President Viktor Yanukovych and his government security force Berkut, were behind what has infamously become known as the “Maidan Massacre.”

In early March 2014, an intercepted phone call between European Union Foreign Affairs high official Catherine Ashton and Estonia’s Foreign Minister Urmas Paet – the phone call since gone viral-cubed on the internet – where Urmas Paet speaks directly to Ms. Ashton about “it’s becoming clearer and clearer that the snipers were shooting both police and protesters, and that new coalition government was behind the shootings – not Yanukovych”, corresponds to the conclusion made by ARD Monitor’s investigative team.

ARD Monitor’s report, aired on national German television, besides pointing out that the victims of snipers were shot from behind by men in the Kiev hotel controlled solely by the Ukraine opposition, also pointed out the difficulty victim’s family members and their attorneys have experienced getting specific medical, autopsy, or physical evidence from those running the investigation in the new government. One of the victim attorneys said on camera that there was a coverup occurring, which would correspond to the Ashton-Paet phone call.

The head of Ukraine’s equivalent to America’s Department of Justice, the man who now heads up Ukraine’s law enforcement as the top law enforcement official, after many requests for an interview – which ARD Monitor implied was a delaying/stalling/stonewalling action – finally relented and sat down for a short interview. The top law enforcement official in Ukraine told ARD Monitor’s journalist and camera crew that his office had determined Viktor Yanukovych and his government security force were responsible for the sniper massacre, and responded to the journalist’s suggestion that victim’s were killed by sniper fire coming from behind in the opposition-controlled hotel by replying, “we’re looking into it.”

“We’re looking into it.”

“We’re looking into it” corresponds to the deadpan, lack-of-surprise, response that came from Catherine Ashton after Urmas Paet shared his absolutely provocative assertion with her: “Gosh.”   Let us imagine for a moment the response which would come from, say, President Lyndon Johnson’s Secretary of State after the Governor of South Carolina told him on an intercepted phone call that “Lee Harvey Oswald wasn’t the assassin – President Johnson was the man responsible for the murder of President Kennedy.” Now, any person who has risen to positions of power such as Catherine Ashton or a United States Secretary of State would, upon hearing such obvious mind-blowing information, respond with a much, much more emotional series of words than “Gosh.”

No America news group has reported either the Ashton-Paet phone call or the German ARD Monitor report. No American news group has reported on an intercepted phone call of high Turkish government officials planning a “false flag” incident against the nation of Syria. No American news group has reported on Building 7 of the World Trade Center Complex, which collapsed on September 11, 2001 into its own footprint – in a manner controlled-demolition experts have described as a “controlled-demolition.” No American news group has reported on the June 8, 1967 intentional Israeli attack on U.S. Navy Intelligence ship U.S.S. Liberty killing 34 navy officers and wounding 172, and one of the largest – surpassed in size perhaps only by September 11, the assassinations of John Kennedy, Martin Luther King, and Robert Kennedy, the Gulf of Tonkin incident which precipitated the Vietnam War – coverups in American history.

The German TV ARD Monitor report is just over a week old. The phone call of Turkish government officials planning a false flag event to pin on Syria is a few weeks old – which incidentally led to the Turkish government’s shutting down of YouTube in that nation. It has been over two months since over 100 people were shot down dead in Ukraine. September 11 occurred over thirteen years ago. Robert Kennedy was shot to death in 1968, over 40 years ago, while Martin Luther King was murdered by his own government earlier in the same year.

John Kennedy was assassinated over 50 years ago.

On June 8, 2014 it will have been exactly 47 years since Israeli jets and torpedo boats, in an intentional military massacre meant to kill everyone on board the U.S.S. Liberty – and carried out with the knowledge and criminal collusion of Lyndon Johnson – an event that has been successfully covered up ever since. Despite the testimony of men who survived that attempted mass murder, along with the testimony of some of the highest-ranking military men in American history calling for an investigation by Congress so that every American will know the truth, the coverup of the U.S.S. Liberty continues to this day.

Without the ingenious men on the U.S.S. Liberty to overcome Israeli-planned complete destruction of the Liberty’s ability to communicate/call for help, nobody on that ship would have survived. The attack would become blamed on Egypt, Israel’s military opponent in the Six Day War, Lyndon Johnson would have given the command to drop a nuclear weapon on Cairo, Egypt, and the third nuclear catastrophe in the history of the world would have occurred.

How does what happened on the U.S.S. Liberty directly relate to events in Ukraine here 47 years later, in 2014? The ingenuity and knowledge of one or more communications experts on the Liberty allowed the Liberty crew to transmit a successful SOS/call for help to American naval aircraft carriers in the Mediterranean, effectively stopping the planned and colluded massacre of the entire crew arranged by Lyndon Johnson and high Israeli officials. The sending and successful receipt of that SOS/call for help in 1967 corresponds to identifying the persons responsible for the “Maidan Massacre” – those who planned the massacre may, or may not, have a larger, more catastrophic agenda to fulfill.

Now, is this proposed false flag parallel between the Liberty and Ukraine plausible? – does it fit? Ask yourself that question intermittently while listening to the testimony of U.S.S. Liberty survivors and America’s highest ranking government and military officials. Ask yourself if the secrecy and coverup surrounding the Liberty – a major, major coverup that has lasted 47 years – parallels a violent, murderous coup d’état in Ukraine that profoundly drives home what philosopher George Santayana (1863-1952) famously said:

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”


For more information on the U.S.S. Liberty please visit

(Thank you to David Strader at YouTube)