3 Ukraine: "Both Sides Touched" By NATO Related Murder Of The Other Side
Ukraine: "Both Sides Touched" By NATO Related Murder Of The Other SideThe Washington Post's Michael Birnbaum invented a www.washingtonpost.com/world/europe/pro-moscow-journalist-ki way to equalized victims and perpetrators of serious crimes:
MOSCOW — A pro-Russian Ukrainian journalist was gunned down in Kiev on Thursday, authorities said, a day after a Ukrainian politician supporting Moscow was found dead.The killing of Oles Buzyna, 45, raised fears of a new wave of back-and-forth violence in the streets of Ukraine after a string of unsolved deaths that has touched both sides of the conflict between Ukraine’s Western-allied government and pro-Moscow separatists.
Indeed the "unsolved deaths" "touched both sides" with eleven people on one side getting murdered while the other side covered up these murders as "suicides" and very likely also provided the killers.
original.antiwar.com/justin/2015/04/16/the-murderers-of-kiev of the unsolved deaths of former president Yanukovich, ousted in a U.S. inspired coup, were killed as were three news.yahoo.com/ukrainian-journalist-killed-masked-gunmen-kie un-sympathetic to the now ruling coup government.
There is some curious connection between some of the recent killings and NATO. As RB at NiqNaq https://niqnaq.wordpress.com/2015/04/17/enigmatic-stuff/ (recommended):
On Apr 14, a profile of Oles’ Buzina was added to https://psb4ukr.org/ site (where Ukrainian government encourages people to fink the authorities on the people suspected of separatism); on Apr 15, Oles’ Buzina was killed near his home with 4 shots. I (my correspondent – RB) looked up the Web address where they posted Buzina’s address, and found that it’s hosted on a NATO server.The Niqnaq post provides details and screenshots demonstrating the connection to NATO. (A short take is also here.) I was myself researching the issue for MoA when I found that Niqnaq post and I can confirm the findings and add a bit.
Two names and personal data of persons recently assassinated in Ukraine were posted on a "nationalist" website shortly before those persons were killed. That website, https://psb4ukr.org/ (www.moonofalabama.org/images4/ukrscreen1.jpg) https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=uk&amp;tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=https%3A%2F%2Fpsb4ukr.org%2F&edit-text=
https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=uk&amp;tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=https%3A%2F%2Fpsb4ukr.org%2F&edit-text= from Russian to English (www.moonofalabama.org/images4/ukrscreen2.jpg), is headlined:
"Peacemaker"RESEARCH CENTRE FEATURES OF CRIMES AGAINST UKRAINE'S NATIONAL SECURITY, PEACE, SECURITY AND HUMANITY international law
Information for law enforcement authorities and special services about pro-Russian terrorists, separatists, mercenaries, war criminals, and murderers.
Next to some news pieces the site carries a list for download with some 7,700 names of "saboteurs" and "terrorists".
On a first view the name "psb4ukr.org" is anonymously www.whois.com/whois/psb4ukr.org through the U.S. company Wild West Domains.
A "traceroute" command shows that Internet Protocol requests to the server "psb4ukr.org" end in a datacenter in Dallas, Texas at dallas-ipc.com and the IP number 220.127.116.11.
A "nslookup" command with the input "psb4ukr.org" confirms in its output the registered IP Number to be "18.104.22.168" (www.moonofalabama.org/images4/ukrscreen3.jpg).
A reverse "nslookup" command with the input "22.214.171.124" provides the output "psb4ukr.nato.int". (www.moonofalabama.org/images4/ukrscreen4.jpg).
"nato.int" is the Internet domain namespace registered and reserved for NATO. Why is a server for a website which is hunting for dissidents in Ukraine - some of whom have been killed - registered within the NATO Internet namespace?
After some additional research we find that the non-anonymous registration to "psb4ukr.org" is to one Vladimir Kolesnikov, 98 Lenin St, Velyka Oleksandrivka, Kyiv Oblast, Ukraine.
Further searching for Vladimir Kolesnikov we whatmyip.co/view/ip_addresses/3497259968/126.96.36.199_208 that Mr. Kolesnikov has registered several other websites through Limestone Networks, Inc in Dallas, Texas.
Some of these website seem to be concerned with crypto payment, teletraining and unrelated stuff. Some others are related to the nasty "nationalist" side of the Ukraine conflict. operativ.info/ asks for tip offs about "saboteurs" and "terrorists" and their operations while informnapalm.org/ is a general "nationalist" news collection.
There is no hint of any NATO-relation in these other sides. A reverse nslookup like the one that shows a relation like between "psb4ukr.org" and "psb4ukr.nato.int" does not deliver such results for the other website registered to Mr. Kolesnikov.
One possible explanation for the "psb4ukr.nato.int" lookup result might be that the website was originally build or tested within the NATO namespace and later transferred outside without cleaning up some of the original name references.