Russia Again Refuses to Give Crimea to Jews While Readying Her Armed Forces

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 17, 2015

Putin: Still not playing games
Putin: Still not playing games

Is there anyone who thought Putin was eventually going to be like “yeah, okay I’ll give you a piece of my country”?

I just don’t understand how it is possible that in any feasibility study, these Jews were like “yeah, he’s definitely the type to crack if we just keep poking at him.” I mean, some human beings have strong personalities, and Putin’s personality is not the sort that lends itself to being bullied. That is just an obvious fact.


Russia said on Tuesday it would not hand back Crimea to Ukraine, despite warnings by the United States and European Union that they will not drop sanctions over the Black Sea peninsula’s annexation a year ago.

“There is no occupation of Crimea. Crimea is a region of the Russian Federation and of course the subject of our regions is not up for discussion,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters during a conference call.

Russia’s parliament approved the annexation of Crimea on March 21 last year after residents of the peninsula supported the move in a referendum. Moscow has said repeatedly it will not return it to Ukraine.

U.S. State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said on Monday Washington would keep economic sanctions in place on Russia over the annexation as long as Crimea remains under Russian rule.

EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said the 28-nation bloc would stick to its policy of not recognizing the annexation, including through sanctions.

He is also responding, without a milisecond of hesitation, to NATO drills.


Russian President Vladimir Putin put the nation’s northern fleet on full alert in the Arctic Ocean this week, as animosity between the Kremlin and NATO continues to simmer.

The order, which was handed down early Monday, allows for the mobilization of 38,000 military personnel, 3,360 pieces of equipment, 41 ships, 15 submarines and 110 airplanes, according to Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu.

“New challenges and threats of military security demand the further heightening of military capabilities of the armed forces and special attention will be paid to the state of the newly formed strategic merging [of forces] in the North,” said Shoigu, according to state media outlet Sputnik.

The mobilization of the Russian fleet appears to have been triggered by ongoing NATO-led military drills across northern and eastern European, including maritime exercises in the Black Sea.

On Monday, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexey Meshkov accused NATO of conducting operations that were effectively undermining one of the world’s most stable regions.

“Such NATO actions lead to destabilization of the situation and increasing tensions in northeastern Europe,” Meshkov added, according to the Russia’s TASS news agency.

The entire Western strategy for dealing with Russia appears to be based entirely on the theory that Putin will eventually back down, but there just isn’t any evidence at all for that. And the fact that I can sit here, as an individual guy with no intelligence or gigantic staff of analysts and see that the West is bluffing – how can they expect that Putin can’t see it?