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Moscow ready to help Ukraine investigate terrorist attack

30. April 2012. | 11:05

Source: Voice of Russia

Russia’s Foreign Ministry said Moscow is ready to help Kiev in the investigation of the blasts in Dnepropetrovsk. The number of people who were wounded in the terrorist attacks in the Ukrainian city has reached 29. There are no Russian citizens among them.

Russia’s Foreign Ministry said Moscow is ready to help Kiev in the investigation of the blasts in Dnepropetrovsk. The number of people who were wounded in the terrorist attacks in the Ukrainian city has reached 29. There are no Russian citizens among them.

The Foreign Ministry’s spokesman Alexander Lukashenko said Russia was ready to provide full-fledged assistance to the Ukrainian authorities in the investigation of the attacks.

"Russia is deeply concerned about the reports on the series of attacks on April 27 in a central area of the Ukrainian city of Dnepropetrovsk in which many people were wounded. According to preliminary data from the Russian embassy and consulate, there are no Russian citizens among the victims. As for Russia we are ready to provide any assistance to the Ukrainian authorities in the investigation of the circumstances of the accident. We will react on any request from of Ukrainian colleagues."

Currently, 25 people are in hospitals with shrapnel wounds, while the rest have turned down hospitalization. Russian doctors have expressed readiness to provide assistance to the victims if it is necessary. The Russian law enforcement agencies have also declared their intention to help in the investigation of the attacks. Patriarch Kirill has expressed his condolences to the residents of Dnepropetrovsk due to terrorist attacks and said that terrorist attacks are often used by the people with ill intentions for the achievement of their political and corporate goals.

Four blasts shook Dnepropetrovsk round midday on Friday at intervals of 15-20 minutes. The bombs were planted in litter-bins in the streets. The number of victims could have been bigger if it had happened during rush hours.

The authorities have switched off mobile connection in the central part of the city in order not to let terrorists send new signals to explosive devices from their cell phones. So far no one has claimed responsibility for the blasts.

The General Prosecutor’s Office has initiated a criminal case under the article of “terrorism”.

Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovich has ordered the security and law enforcement agencies to find the people involved in the attack. By now all the departments of Ukraine’s Security service, Interior Ministry and Emergency Ministry are involved in the investigation and ensuring security.


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30. April 2012. 19:39:45

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It is not possible to depend on the Ukrainian authorities to fully investigate the bombings. Corruption is so rampant in the Ukrainian government, from the head of state to the lowliest policeman walking a beat, as to cast a pall on any results. The citizens of Ukraine deserve so much better than a system in which even college professors must be bribed for good results.

Look to who stands to gain by these attacks. The Ukrainian government and Russia!

01. May 2012. 07:23:10

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RE: Causes of Dneproptrovsk explosions

What are the causes of this terror act? When people do not take responsibility, it smells with the security intelligence style (i.e., “sh..t and hide”) since Muslim extremists and other “ideological” terrorists like to boasts about their “deeds”. Which secret agents could be involved?

Let me remind you that all 3 leading Soviet healers and creators of breathing methods (that boost body O2) were killed: Ukrainian Dr. Kontanstin Buteyko in 2003 (with more than 8 documented attempts to kill him when he worked in Novosibirsk), Vladimir Frolov (a creator of the famous Frolov breathing device, who was killed in 2009 when he was preparing a project for Russian Duma to reduce power of Big Pharma) and famous singer and teacher Alexandra Nikolaevna Strelnikova in 1989 who created the Strelnikova breathing gymnastic. Apart from that, there is a mystery of more than 100 Soviet doctors all of whom were trained By Dr. Konstantin Buteyko and who stopped practicing the Buteyko breathing method in the 1980-90s in Siberia due to persecutions from GULAG KGB secret agents.

Possibly, that some doctors recently opened a Buteyko clinic in Dnepropetrovsk and some surviving agents from GULAG KGB (not Moscow or Putin, but those secret agents that hide in Siberia and other remote places) tried to kill civilians and intimidate these doctors and local security intelligence so that to stop this work.


04. June - 10. June 2012.