"Great exertions towards Russia by a masculine woman to vex Europe and almost all the Universe."
Tymoshenko shares her future plans:
"I hope that I will get the whole world involved, and do the best I can so that there is not even a scorched field left in Russia."
"This is really beyond all boundaries. It’s about time we grab our guns and go kill those damn Russians together with their leader!"
"If I were in charge there would be no f***ing way that they would get Crimea then.”
Time to grab guns and kill damn Russians – Tymoshenko in leaked tape - March 25, 2014.
I will raise world to reduce Russia to ashes: Tymoshenko leak - March 24, 2014.
YEREVAN, March 25. / ARKA /. Ukrainian nationalist group Right Sector has announced it holds the acting Interior Minister Arsen Avakov (ethnic Armenian) accountable for the death of notorious radical militant Aleksandr Muzychko and will avenge it, according to Ukrainian and Russian media reports.
“We will take revenge on Arsen Avakov for the death of our brother,” said Rovno coordinator of the Right Sector Roman Koval, as cited by charivne.info news portal. “The shooting of Muzychko is an assassination ordered by the minister. Muzychko never received any notices concerning criminal offences and was never summoned anywhere."
Earlier, Muzychko, also known as Sashko Bilyi, was proclaimed dead after a police raid against his gang in Rovno, western Ukraine.
"Two men kill a third high-ranked. They were paid by other people. One of the murderers is a small black man, the other a little bit taller, with bright-colored hair. I think it will be at the Balkans, but I cannot say it exactly. After the murder of the third it starts overnight. I see quite clearly three numbers, two eights and a nine. But I cannot say what it means and cannot state a time."
"The Third Great War comes, when three high-ranking men will be killed."
As to who the third one may be:
"War will begin after the assassination of an eminent politician in Czechoslovakia or in Yugoslavia. An invasion from the East will follow..."
A Sister of Queen Brigite Order (1970) adds:
"The Third World War will begin a few days after the murder of a leader in the sector of Yugoslavia-Hungary."
Kharkiv mayor shot in assassination attempt as sanctions imposed
Mayor of eastern Ukraine's largest city is fighting for his life as instability sweeps region
12:13PM BST 28 Apr 2014
The mayor of Ukraine’s second largest city is fighting for his life after an assassination attempt, as unrest spirals in eastern Ukraine, local officials have said.
Gennady Kernes, the major of the eastern city of Kharkiv, was shot in the back at about midday local time. “He is currently on the operating table in a hospital emergency room. Doctors are fighting for his life,” his office said in a statement on Monday afternoon. The statement made no comment about the identity of the attackers or the circumstances of the attack.
Kharkiv is a major industrial and university city just 20 miles from the Russian border. While it has seen pro-Russian disturbances in recent weeks, separatist activists have failed to establish a foothold there similar to those gained in Donetsk and Luhansk. Pro-Russian demonstrators briefly occupied the regional administration building in the city centre earlier this month, but were swiftly evicted by police ...
Further update from The Telegraph:
Eastern Ukraine slips further into chaos as violence flares and mayor shot
28 Apr 2014
The mayor of Ukraine's second largest city was fighting for his life on Monday after an assassination attempt in broad daylight and an eruption of street violence in Donetsk dragged the east of the country further into chaos. Gennady Kernes, who has been mayor of the eastern city of Kharkiv since 2010, was out jogging when he was shot in the back at about midday local time.
The attempted murder came as pro-Russian militia seized police buildings in yet another town in the Donetsk region, consolidating their hold on a strategic highway around the town of Slavyansk.
Mr Kernes suffered a serious abdominal injury from a single shot, but was operated on successfully, it was later reported.
Mr Kernes is a member of former president Viktor Yanukovych's Party of the Regions, and was a vocal opponent of the pro-European protest movement that brought down Mr Yanukovych in February. He has since vacillated between support for the pro-Russian movement and backing the new government in Kiev.
Mikhail Dobkin, the Party of the Regions' presidential candidate and a former governor of Kharkiv region and close ally of Mr Kernes, said on Monday that he believed the gunman had been aiming to kill. "I can say this shot was aimed to kill, to the heart," he told Interfax Ukraine. "And I can say it was only due to a happy coincidence that he was not killed." Oleksandr Turchynov, the interim president, ordered an investigation into the attempted killing.
The attack on Mr Kernes came as rebels based in Slavyansk, 100 miles to the south, seized control of yet another town on the highway to the regional capital of Donetsk ...
Furthermore, near the end of his life, he even speculated that at least one of the murders would occur as far north of the Balkans as Czechoslovakia. He may as well have said Ukraine.
Why might he have not said Ukraine?
Because when he prophesied, Ukraine was a part of the Soviet Union. His geographical lexicon was that of the Cold War.
Names like Moldova, Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia, Lithuania, and others were not uttered, only as Russia, USSR, or Soviet Union. Yugoslavia was still together, not broken up into Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, and Montenegro. Czechoslovakia was still together, not split up into Czech Republic and Slovakia.
What if Czechoslovakia and the Balkans was as close as he could come to saying Transcarpathian UKRAINE? What if Russia does move through Ukraine into Transdniester Moldova? Moldova, also called Moldavia, is right next to Romania.
The abstracted term "The Balkans" covers those countries which lie within the boundaries of the Balkan Peninsula. Before 1991 the whole of Yugoslavia was considered to be part of the Balkans. The term "The Balkans" is sometimes used to describe only the areas in the Balkan peninsula: Moesia, Macedonia, Thrace, Kosovo, Šumadija, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Dalmatia, Thessaly, Epirus, Peloponnese and others, but more often it includes the rest of former Yugoslavia (Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia) and Romania, namely the provinces of Vojvodina, Slavonia, Banat, Wallachia, Moldavia, Transylvania, and others.
One of these is Maramureș, which is located in northern Romania and western Ukraine.
So, you see, the troubles and murders "in the Balkans" have already begun!