Thursday, March 13, 2014

A Planned False Flag Attack in Southeast Ukraine to be Blamed on the Russian Special Forces?

flase flag attack in ukraine

If this is true, then this needs to be shared to prevent this from happening. In this link, it is claimed that the email of Assistant Army Attaché in Kiev, Ukraine, Jason P. Gresh has been hacked. In this email he is corresponding with Col. Igor Protsyk, Chief, Bilateral Military Cooperation Division of Armed Forces of Ukraine where they're planning to carry out a false flag attack on a Southeast military base in Melitopol to make it look like the Russian Special Forces (Spetsnaz) did it.

Below is the translated version of their email conversation. Col. Igor Protsyk's and Vasyl Labaychuk's email messages have been translated from Ukrainian into English. The original emails can be viewed here. Full list of hacked emails here. If you're reading the originals and can't read Ukrainian, I suggest to use Google Translate to be able to read them.

From: "Gresh, Jason P" <>
Subj: Peninsula
Date: Sun, 9 Mar 2014 17:57:09 +0200


Events are moving rapidly in Crimea. Our friends in Washington expect more decisive actions from your network.
I think it's time to implement the plan we discussed lately. Your job is to cause some problems to the transport hubs in the south-east in order to frame-up the neighbor.
It will create favorable conditions for Pentagon and the Company to act.
Do not waste time, my friend.


Jason P. Gresh
Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army
Assistant Army Attaché
U.S. Embassy, Kyiv
Tankova 4, Kyiv, Ukraine 04112
(380-44) 521 - 5444 | Fax (380-44) 521 - 5636

From: Igor Protsyk <>
Subj: Military action in Melitopol
Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2014 05:50:35 -0700

Vasyliy, we need to quickly carry out a military action in Melitopol. Located there is the 25th air transport brigade. We need to smear our most hated friends and good neighbors. I think that you understood me. But make sure to proceed very attentively and carefully. The 25th brigade is now on a combat mission, so don't damage the planes too much. There are already damaged planes there. You can do anything you want with them. Their tail numbers will be given to you. Remember, everything must look like a real attack from the Russian Special Forces (Spetsnaz). Kombrig is a smart person there. He won't know the details but, as a last resort, we can seek assistance from him. We will warn him.

Chief, Bilateral Military Cooperation Division
Main Directorate for Military Cooperation and PKO
General Staff, Armed Forces of Ukraine
tel +38044 481-5407
cell +38067 407 97 40


From: Vasyl Labaychuk <>
Subj: Need to urgently make some noise
Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2014 09:20:46 -0700

Oleg, we need to urgently make some noise on behalf of the Russians [actual term used here is "Moskaliv", which is an ethnic slur used to call Russians]. This needs to be done before March 15. I'm sure you realize why. Before everything, make sure to first of all contact Pasha Tarasenko. You should know him, he's from the local Svoboda party and knows what's going on. 10-12 men will arrive to you from the Center. The best fighters of the Trident [name for the coat of arms of the Ukraine]. Misha is the leader there. You should already know him. You'll find out the details from him. The arriving personnel needs to be met and provided with everything that is needed. Proceed carefully. Speak only in Russian. The 25th brigade is currently on a combat mission, so don't damage the planes too much. There is a lot of salvage there [referring to the broken planes previously mentioned by Col. Igor Protsyk in the email above]. You can do anything you want with that. You will be notified which planes are broken. It's crucial that everything looks like a real attack from the neighboring Russian Special Forces (Spetsnaz) but without any deaths. Please provide me once again with your bank account. Money will arrive on time, don't worry. Please see the attachment. This is the proposed plan of action. Please decide what to do yourself.

[ATTACHED IMAGE. The captions in English (in white) were added by me. The original image has only red captions and markings in Ukrainian and can be viewed here.]

At this point, this information looks very real; however, I have no way of verifying for 100% surety that it is. One way or another, knowledge is power. If this is indeed a real operation, then it will not be carried out if people find out about this beforehand. False flag attacks are only successful when they're done in secret. So spread the word!

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