This is what it looks like when Aryan Skynet becomes self aware; 96.2% of Lugansk region votes to secede from Neocon-Kiev regime, and 90% in other seceding regions

First the ballot..

When you have 90% of the ballot, you can resort to the bullet if necessary.

Vladimir Vladimirovich just made another brilliant chess move. He didn’t even do it himself; he delayed for time and let things happen. The neocons met their match when they tried to graduate from bullying Arabs to bullying Eastern Europeans and Eurasians.

This is an amazing moment in history! When 90% of the voting public supports you to secede, you can safely go to war if the regime from which you want to secede tries to stop you.

Hey Victoria Nuland! 90% of Ukraine HATES YOUR GUTS! They don’t want to be ruled by the lovely people who made Iraq and Libya and Syria into paradise on earth? They don’t want to join The Indebted and Depleted Uranium Poisoned Kingdom of Neoconistan, Greater Israel?

Consider this — the trump card for the pro-Kiev vote was visas to Europe. That was a big one! I found that out from Ukrainians themselves. That was the carrot that the neocons held out to the Ukrainians, you heard it here first. Betray your country, you get to go live in England and undercut Polish construction workers.

Instead, the Ukrainians voted for their beloved homeland not to be invaded by Monsanto and Muslim refugees, and gave up the dream of becoming Western Europe’s next batch of cheap white labor.

Meanwhile, USA and EU try to tell 90% of people that what they want is illegal?

Both the EU and US have dismissed the ballots in eastern Ukraine as illegal.

And the invasion of Iraq on false pretenses, and torture and rendition are all legal, right? And everything Monsanto does is legal — because you say it is.

There is hope, people.

The results of referendums have been announced in Donetsk and Lugansk Regions, showing the majority of voters support self-rule, amid an intensified military operation by Kiev which resulted in several deaths.

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Almost 90 percent of voters in Donetsk Region have endorsed political independence from Kiev, the head of the Central Election Commission of the self-proclaimed ‘Donetsk People’s Republic’, Roman Lyagin, announced.

“Counting the ballots proved to be surprisingly easy – the number of people who said ‘no’ was relatively small and there appeared to be only a tiny proportion of spoiled ballots, so we managed to carry out counting quite fast. The figures are as follows: 89.07 percent voted ‘for’, 10.19 percent voted ‘against’ and 0.74 percent of ballots were rendered ineligible,” Lyagin told journalists.

In Lugansk Region 96.2 percent of voters supported the region’s self-rule, according to the final figures announced by the local election commission.

Despite fears that amid Kiev’s intensified military crackdown – which killed at least two civilians on referendum day – the turnout will be low, in both of the region it was unexpectedly high. In Donetsk it reached 74.87%, while in Lugansk the central election commission says 75% of eligible voters came to the polling stations.

With such a huge turnout, the referendums have been recognized as valid by both election commissions.

The acting president of Ukraine, Aleksandr Turchinov, has condemned as a “farce” referendums in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions.

“This propaganda farce won’t have any legal consequences, except for criminal charges for its organizers,” Turchinov said, Interfax reported.

The referendums, according to Turchinov, were inspired by Russia to “totally destabilize the situation in Ukraine, disrupt the presidential election and overthrow the Ukrainian government.”

Calling the regional voting on self-determination illegal, Kiev sent its recently formed paramilitary forces to Donetsk and Lugansk regions on Sunday, in an apparent move to disrupt referendums.

As armored military vehicles blocked passage to polling stations, voting in four towns across Lugansk region was disrupted. In the Donetsk town of Krasnoarmeysk, the National Guard shot at a crowd and killed two civilians who were protesting their attempt to seize a polling station.

he people’s governor of the Donetsk Region, Pavel Gubarev, told journalists on Sunday that Donetsk and Lugansk will emerge as new legal entities as a result of the referendum.

“The referendum for us is about creating a new state paradigm,” he said.

Vyacheslav Ponomaryov, the people’s mayor of Slavyansk, Donetsk Region, where some of the heaviest fighting between Ukrainian troops and self-defense activists took place, said the next step following the referendum would be developing closer ties with Russia.

“Russia is our brotherly nation, [we hope for] full interaction with Russia, including entering the Customs Union,” Ponomaryov said.

One of the organizers of the referendum in Lugansk, Vasily Nikitin, told journalists that the region will appeal to the United Nations to recognize its independence, RIA Novosti reports. Nikitin also said Lugansk was not going to take part in the Ukrainian presidential election on May 25.

Moscow hopes the results of the referendums in eastern Ukraine will instigate dialogue between Kiev and the regions that voted in favor of self-rule, according to the Kremlin’s press-service.

“Moscow respects the will of the people in Donetsk and Lugansk and hopes that the practical realization of the outcome of the referendums will be carried out in a civilized manner, without resorting to violence, through dialogue between representatives of Kiev, Donetsk and Lugansk,” the statement reads.

The Kremlin says it welcomes all mediation efforts, including those by the OSCE.

Spokesman for the president, Dmitry Peskov earlier explained that Putin “did not urge, but recommended” that the votes be postponed. However, the spokesman says that “even considering the authority of the Russian president,” it was difficult for Donetsk and Lugansk authorities to follow his recommendation amid Kiev’s ongoing military crackdown.

Both the EU and US have dismissed the ballots in eastern Ukraine as illegal.

“If these referenda go forward, they will violate international law and the territorial integrity of Ukraine. The United States will not recognize the results of these illegal referenda,” US State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki said in a statement late on Saturday.

The European Union came up with a similar comment, adding that the referendums ran counter to the Geneva agreement on de-escalation reached by Ukraine, Russia, the EU and the United States last month.

“The so-called referenda in … parts of Lugansk and Donetsk Regions were illegal and we do not recognize the outcome. Those who organized the referenda have no democratic legitimacy,” Maja Kocijancic, a spokeswoman for EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, said in emailed comments to Reuters.

Despite the rejection of the referendums by Kiev and most Western countries, it won’t be so easy to ignore the results, international affairs expert Serdja Trifkovich believes.

“After the referendum it will no longer be possible for the regime in Kiev to say that they do not want to negotiate with the so-called terrorists,” Trifkovich told RT. “They will be forced to acknowledge internally that they are facing the level of agreement among the people in the eastern regions that will prove it rather difficult to deal with by force.”


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9 Responses to This is what it looks like when Aryan Skynet becomes self aware; 96.2% of Lugansk region votes to secede from Neocon-Kiev regime, and 90% in other seceding regions

  1. Paladin Justice says:

    Ah, but the US and the EU have a GIANT victory to celebrate–the bearded Jew tranny won the Eurovision song contest. That’s proof that we all can live in peace and harmony with each other. Plus, another giant victory for peace and love–the black homo kissed his white boyfriend after being selected in the NFL draft. Something must really be wrong with those Russians and Ukrainians for not wanting this multicult paradise.

    The next step must be the obliteration of those pesky uncooperative Ukrainians off the map. If they’re not going to embrace peace and love, then we’ll just have to kill them.

  2. jodafo says:

    Off Topic:
    I’ve been going to this exercise site for probably close to a decade and read a gem today
    The article is about steroid use in crossfit but the author put something racial in there I think you’ll like. If you don’t want to read the whole thing just read the part titled An Even Playing Field?

  3. Mike says:

    “This propaganda farce won’t have any legal consequences, except for criminal charges for its organizers,” Turchinov sputtered, Interfax reported.”

    Ok, I changed “Turchinov said,” as it’s actually written, to “Turchinov sputtered,” but I think it sounds better that way.

    Here’s an interesting little tidbit about Oleksandr Turchynov (Turchinov?):

    “From 1987 to 1990, he served as head of the agitation and propaganda division of the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Komsomol (Communist Youth League) Committee, ”


  4. countenance says:

    Not surprised. Those who live in Donetsk and Lugansk are almost all Russians themselves.

    Rearranging borders along racial and ethnic lines? What a novel concept.

  5. The IMF has just approved a $17 billion loan to the Kiev government but made it contigent upon Ukraine holding on to the East.

    How hard will Kiev fight to get that money? What will Russia do if people start dyeing by the hundreds? Big questions but America is preoccupied with Sterling, homos, and “our” girls in Nigeria. How dissolute America must seem to its rivals. External pressure will have a role to play in the collapse.

  6. Craig says:

    Of course the US and EU says the vote is illegal, it sets a principle be it legal or not for separatists to apply elsewhere.

    • A conservative on Twitter asked how we would like it if the Mexicans in California voted to secede. I didn’t give my answer. Twitter fights are tedious.

      • Dan Poole says:

        That douchefuck would be angrier if Alabama or some Deep South state seceded than if the Mexicans took away a chunk of California. It’s not necessarily secession that libtards and conservatards are opposed to, its secession by any tribe of Whites that want their own homeland.

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