The Twelve Clauses of Betrayal

When the 12 point plan was released see my previous post
…it looked on the face of it like providing a ‘peace’ for further negotiations to take place and it required as I had suggested a thirteenth point.
13. All parties will leave their nationalist ego’s and financial aspirations in this room to be expunged

It would seem I have much to learn….to understand just what is the underlying reality of the document. A reason these decisions should be embedded in understanding of what has been called ‘the street’.

The street is angry!
Yet again a case of this is my territory (Ukraine government) if you don’t like it (or we don’t like you)- LEAVE! (and don’t return)

In my naivety the agreement looked like the start of a separate independent area for those who want no part of this Ukraine. However as the article below, a repost from  shows – the truth is in whats ignored…
Independence and statehood? Novorossiya? A temporary special status in certain areas of the Donetsk and the Lugansk regions—here is all you have of independent Novorossiya.”

BELYAYEVOriginal: Mikhail Belyayev LiveJournal
Translation Gleb Bazov / Edited by @GBabeuf

Have you ever wondered how complete and unconditional betrayal looks? How a knife looks when it is stuck by a steady hand right between the shoulder blades during a friendly embrace? How poison looks when it is mixed into a glass of water given to a man dying of thirst? As it turns out, all this looks far more ordinary and prosaic than even the most meagre and impoverished human imagination could portray. As it turns out, betrayal is simply two sheets of paper with a row of signatures at the end of a column of dry, numbered paragraphs.

The publicized text of the ceasefire agreement that was signed in Minsk is what this very real betrayal looks like. The betrayal of everything that the Novorossiya Militiamen fought and died for. The betrayal of Novorossiya itself, because, based on…

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