Excerpts: Novorossian Herald, No. 2, December 2014 | Novorossia Today



The first important principle is a foundation of a new State and by the word Novorossiya we mean big Novorossiya.

This hidden conflict has been ripening for 23 years. The Maidan and the so called revolution of the dignity were its markers. Novorossiya will never be Ukraine anymore. We are too different and what is the most important blood has been spilled. We will not live in the same country with people who profess the Bandera ideology and killed our friends and family. Although it was external forces that were controlling this process, leaning on the Nazi and Bandera ideological component, Banderovites, that have established their authority and have support on the West-Ukrainian territory; it was there where the main social base of Maidan was. The Bandera ideas became the ideological component of modern Ukraine almost from the very first days of its existence and Bandera followers were the driving force of it. (P. 8)


Unlike the West and the center, the East of Ukraine has always been its most industrial part. Since the Russian Empire conquered and then developed the region people there have been working in big teams and, speaking of plants and mines, in really dangerous conditions. They have never possessed rural selfishness; moreover, mutual support has always been a vital part of their life. It has always been much easier for them to join together to stand up for their rights because they have always shared the whole life, both working and living side-by-side, and taken their fellow blue-collar workers as close as family members.

Perhaps, that was a reason for the East of then Malorossiya to take to socialistic ideas of the Russian revolution with such readiness and even eagerness. As proletarians they didn’t have any private property to have to give up on, working together was usual for them and their understanding injustice of a few enjoying all the results of work of many was based on daily virtually killing labor and ran deep indeed. So, how could they not be attracted to the idea of working together for the common good and dividing the profits of it fairly and equally? (P. 17)


How the state of Ukraine “guarantees that the rights enunciated in the present Covenant will be exercised without discrimination of any kind” is especially clearly seen in the sphere of “language, religion, political or other opinion”. The Russian language is banned from schools, universities and all office work. Churches that are under the jurisdiction of the Moscow Patriarchy are seized and passed to the jurisdiction of the Kiev Patriarchy. People speaking about the necessity of holding a referendum on federalization of the country are arrested and indicted under the article 110 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine “Encroachment upon the territorial integrity of the country”. (P. 25 )


What does the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights have to say about it?

Article 5
1. Nothing in the present Covenant may be interpreted as implying for any State, any group or any person has the right to engage in any activity or to perform any kind of act aimed at the destruction of any of the rights or freedoms recognized in the present Covenant, or at their limitation to a greater extent than is provided for in the present Covenant.

Having started the anti-terroristic operation the state of Ukraine engaged precisely in the activity and performed precisely the acts “aimed at the destruction” of the right of the Donbass’s people as “a historic community of persons” to self-determination and their freedom to teach their children in their Mother tongue and bring them up within their native culture “willingly and naturally accepted by all”. (P. 27)

Novorossiya is the Russian world’s awakening everywhere: in Baltic countries and Moldova, in ex- Ukraine and even in Russia itself where a lot of people are still under a deep post-soviet sleep.

The idea of the future Eurasian Union is even wider and more varied, more radical and massive; it is a union of free nations against American globalization and it’s not just Slavic nations but also Turkic, Caucasian… It’s the great nations’ awakening against NATO and dollar occupation, an active protection and an offensive of Eurasian nations against the world’s evil’s forces. It may be the last and great battle for the establishment of the multipolar world where India, China, Turkic world and Europe awakening and, in future, free of the USA’s dictate will be our allies. This is a union with revolutionary Latin America and, in the long run, a battle for liberty of the American nation itself. (P. 33)


Tom Usher

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    Employment: 2008 - present, website developer and writer. 2015 - present, insurance broker. Education: Arizona State University, Bachelor of Science in Political Science. City University of Seattle, graduate studies in Public Administration. Volunteerism: 2007 - present, president of the Real Liberal Christian Church and Christian Commons Project.
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