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10 The Julian News July 23, 2014 Whispering Pines 4 bedroom/2 bathl Indoor spa, brick fireplace, wood stove in Master bedroom. New paint, gutters, and more. Great buy at $345,000 Fabulous Views. 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 2,161 sq.ft, with detached garage with loft. Private on 2/3 of an acre. Reduced to $389,000 ND North Peak: Spectacular Views! 10 acres, well/tank, road and pad in. $i84,ooo Harrison Park: .65 acres, $39,000 Cane Brake: S acres $50,000 Townsite: .65 acres, water in, septic layout $129,000 Townsite View: .99 acres $145,000 Harrison Park: 9.92 acres, well, elec. $1so, ooo Pine Hills: 8.21 acres, view $160,000 IN ESCROW - Pine Hills: 4.2 acres, well, septic in, view! $175,000 Pine Hills: 6.32 acres, $175,000 Cute and Clean. 2 bedroom plus an office, 2 bath, rarge lot, deck, Great views of the Julian countryside. Excellent buy at $265,000 Sunshine Trail - Great Whispering Pines house. 1407 sq.ft, on private, treed lot. Redwood interior, upgraded appliances, new flooring. well maintained. Asking $330,000 Lake Views! Has been used as a great weekend rental overlooking lake Cuyamaca. Use it for your own fun and rent it out when you choose. Vaulted ceilings, huge custom windows, and oversized lot all waiting your enjoyment. $369,000 Exquisite, architect designed custom home with one of the finest panoramic views in all of Julian featured from every room. 3,300 sq.ft includes gourmet kitchen, 3 romantic fireplaces, private guest wing. 2.5 acres, spacious garage and workshop. Offered below replacement cost. Reduced to $699,000 Fixer. Grand Julian Estates home needs some TLC. Bank owned 3761 sq ft house with an additional 1500 sq ft basement. Granite counter, hardwood floors Detached shop building all on 4.37 acres. Don't miss this opportunity to own one of the best deals in years in this gated community. $530,000 Lovely, private, view home on 4 acres. Open floor plan featuring massive Rock fireplace. Detached 3 car garage. $399,000 Stunning Two Story Pine Hills Home. 3 Bedroom, 3 Bath 4814 sq.ft. No expenses spared in this truly luxurious home. Reduced to $699,922 Angle is an 8 years young female Dachshund/Chihuahua Mix who weighs 101bs. She is a cuddler who enjoys hanging out in your lap for attention, She is good with other dogs and can be playful but also relaxes and quiets down with her humans. Angle would do best in a adult only home as the quick movements of children can frighten her Meet this sweet, volunteer favorite by asking for ID#1590386 Tag#C496. Angle can be adopted for the Senior Fee of just $35 by Bill Fin The Ukraine In May, I wrote a column about the Ukraine's history and about Russia's intentions on taking the Crimea into their sphere of influence In the 1980s Ronald Reagan warned Europe against energy pipelines supplied by Russia In the 1980s the U.S and NATO had in excess of 30,000 tanks in Europe. In 2010 Russia became the primary supplier of coal, crude oil and natural gas to the European Union. Russia has periodically cut supplies of energy due to "price disputes" to the EU and particularly to Ukraine. In March of this year the U.S withdrew the last of its tanks and key New Customer Specials CALL TODAW www.proflamepropane, com striker aircraft from Germany. Russia has advanced militarily on Ukraine and is economically holding Europe that is dependent on the supply of Russian energy, at bay. Vladimir Putin is the elected Russian president of Russia but he is more a throwback to the tyrannical Soviet era leaders like Lenin, Stalin, Khrushchev and Brezhnev. He is a disciple of the Soviet era expansion, a former KGB officer and there is little doubt that he would like to oversee the re-acquisition of former Soviet republics and re- build Mother Russia's empire. Is the reality of a Europe without American military force the key to Russian hegemony in the near future? Is our desire for peace without the threat of force of our military might actually setting the table for an unwinable war in the near future? Crimea is gone. With Russian troops massed at Ukraine's border and separatists that are armed by Russia fighting a proxy war in the eastern part of the country, is there any hope that the first domino won't fall. As it appears now, 298 passengers aboard Malaysian flight 17 have perished as a result of a Ukrainian separatist missile supplied by Russia Other than hollow outcries from around the world, what will "tough sanctions" really do to stop Russia? Without strong military presence in Europe and with Europe so dependent on Russian energy, a country led by the ruthless Vladimir Putin, seems to dash any hope of stopping the re-conquest of the Ukraine What does the future hold for the other former Soviet rePublics of Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Georgia, TajJkistan, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Turkmenistan, Armenia, Latvia and Estonia? A historical look at Russia's quest for the jewel of a warm water port in the Ukraine is in order. In the 1850's, which represent modern times in the history of the Ukraine, Russia was already pursuing a policy of expansion. Ukraine and Crimea at the time was ruled by the Ottoman Empire, a fading geographical, political ruling force of 600 years It had been a very successful empire beginning in Turkey and encompassing areas of Europe and Asia ruling over a diverse ethnic and religious population It was in conflict with Russia who under the pretext of protecting its Orthodox Christians moved Russians en masse into the area Russia's real goal was to promote 24 Hour Emergency Service P.OPANE I GASCheck" COUNCIl. -~ ~.~- Trained its trade, ergo potential wealth. It needed a warm water port, which Sevastopol on the Black Sea in the Crimea provided Russia was also militarizing the Black Sea with war ships to protect its trade The Ottoman Empire did not want to lose its buffer against Russian expansion and in alliance with Britain, France and Sardinia fought the Crimean War. The Allied forces beat back the Russians in a war that lasted for two and a half years. Nearly 600,000 combatants on both sides died in the conflict of direct battle, wounds and disease. That did not include civilians caught in the conflict. The result was that the Russians were forestalled until the turn of the century when the Ottoman Empire fell. In 1917 the Tsars in Russia fell in the revolution and the communists came to power with a continuing lust for the Crimea. In 1919 the Russians fought a war with the newly established Ukrainian People's Republic and brought it into the Soviet's Republic. When Stalin came to power, he reflected the Russians hatred for the ethnic differences of the Ukrainians and through genocide of starvation called Holodomor (death by hunger) killed seven million people by some estimates. During :WWII, the Germans invaded the Crimea in 1941. The "Crimean Offensive" lasted eight months culminating in a 250-day siege of Sevastopol. The Soviets were not able to recapture Sevastopol until 1944 Once again, the Crimea was the sight of death and destruction seeing nearly 97,000 German and Romanian casualties and over 84,000 Soviet casualties in some of the bloodiest fighting on the eastern front These losses do not account for civilian deaths When the Germans conquered Ukraine there was an initial acceptance and collaboration by some of the population. There was a hatred of the Soviets for their prior acts and thoughts that the Nazis would aid in Ukrainian independence Racism and anti-Semitism was rampant though and with the aid of many Ukrainians, hundreds of thousands of Jews Romis (Gypsies), intellectuals and patients in psychiatric hospitals were rounded up and forced into Janie is a 2 year old spayed black and white feline who weighs 71bs Social and outgoing, she loves attention and being petted by her human pals. She is always up for meeting new people and shows interest in the other cats as well. Janie will easily adjust to her new home and be a wonderful companion for any family. Meet her by asking for ID#A1588788 Tag#C895. Janie can be adopted for $68. All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying!neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a I year license. Angle and Janie are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Saturday or visit for more information slave labor or executed In 1991 the Soviet Union collapsed and Ukraine became an independent and autonomous state There are many diverse ethnicities and political biases still in Ukraine Many lean toward alliance with the west and the European Union while many of the ethnic Russians still favor the influence of Motherland Russia Recent events have seen the ouster of Russian leaning president Viktor Yanukovich by Parliament. The demonstrations against him, by hundreds of thousands in Kiev, have resulted in violent battles with police where people have been killed and fires set. Putin took advantage and rapidly moved in to the Crimea claiming the need to protect Russians He holds the cards to a large portion of Ukraine and European energy through his pipelines With ethnic Russians and sympathizers fighting a proxy war supplied and advised by Russia, and the heavy historical investment by Russia in lives and treasure, the excuse used in the past for invasion, might be all that Putin needs to justify his actions. Is there anything that can be done? Is there any country or alliance that can do it or come to the aid of Ukraine? Is history about to repeat itself in a new century? Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Events are in summer-slow at the Legion so here's a couple of quotes from one of my favorite's, Thomas Sowell, Dr Professor, economist and commentator on politics and the social condition. "If the battle for civilization comes down to the wimps versus the barbarians, the barbarians are going to win." "Have you ever seen some painting, writing or clothing that you thought looked awful? Some music that you thought sounded terrible? You are free to say so only when these are products of Western civilization. Say that about something from some other culture and you are considered a terrible person, if not a racist." DA Offers Public an Inside Look at During Citizens" The San Diego County District Attorney's Office announced it will hold its popular Citizens' Academy starting in September on the University of San Diego campus. The ten-week Citizens' Academy is a free course in partnership with the San Diego County Sheriff's Department that demystifies the criminal justice system and the workings of the District Attorney's Office. A diverse group of speakers from the DA's Office, Sheriff's Department and public safety partners will discuss topics ranging from homicide to prosecuting economic crimes. Prosecutors and deputies will also cover gangs and narcotics, the Computer and Technology Crime High-Tech Response Team or "CATCH," elder abuse, human trafficking and officer involved shootings. The course includes a behind- the-scenes tour of the County's Medical Examiner's facility. "We started this program several years ago and the response has been overwhelmingly positive," DA Bonnie Dumanis, said. "It's a unique opportunity for people to meet some of the dedicated prosecutors in our office and get an inside look at what we do." The Citizens' Academy begins Thursday, September 11 and ends Thursday, November 13. Classes will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Joan Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice on the University of San Diego campus More information and the required application are available at citizensacademy. Space is limited Members of the public wishing to attend the academy should apply by Monday, August 11, 2014.