Posts Tagged ‘Ukraine’

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This Oliver Stone documentary may be pirated on youtube. It’s been up since November, apparently…

 

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Previous revelations exposed that the snipers were in buildings controlled by the rioters, not the government. They shot people on both sides…

Azarov’s Bombshell: Ukrainian Ex-PM Reveals Who Was Behind Maidan Sniper Deaths

murders on the Maidan were carried out by special groups of snipers from Georgia, the Baltic countries and Poland, under the guidance of instructors from France and Germany.”

 

 

Ukraine War Quietly Back On

Posted: February 17, 2017 in -
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The peace has been shattered, and NATO encourages its coup regime to assault the east.

1 million children in war-torn eastern Ukraine in desperate need of aid: UN

 

  • NATO and US sponsor fascist overthrow of elected government. Blame Russia for existing.
  • Neonazi thug regime outlaws the Russian language, and the eastern Russian-speaking provinces rebel against the illegitimate government in overwhelming referendums.
  • Washington supports neonazi thugs as they commit mass murder, thousands dead. Blames Russia.
  • US public can’t find Ukraine on a map. Thinks it knows what’s going on.

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We are at the brink of WW3 again, already.
Tillerson, in diplomatic debut, urges Russia to pull back in eastern Ukraine

Unbelievable, blatant lies: 

“The conflict began when Russia annexed Crimea in 2014,” 

NO, Washington Post, it most certainly did not. You missed the illegal Washington/EU sponsored coup of January and February of 2014. That’s quite a deliberate omission, making you, clearly, FAKE NEWS again.

The elected President of Ukraine was violently overthrown by extreme right fascist parties backed by Victoria Nuland and Obama. The USA supported neo-nazis, and the people of the eastern Ukraine rejected their foreign-sponsored debacle. THAT is when the “conflict began.”

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Obama Off the Ukrainian Deep End

 

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Get em Oliver.

 

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by William Blum

“Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” – Alice in Wonderland

Since Yalta, we have a long list of times we’ve tried to engage positively with Russia. We have a relatively short list of successes in that regard. – General James Mattis, the new Secretary of Defense

 

If anyone knows where to find this long list please send me a copy.

This delusion is repeated periodically by American military officials. A year ago, following the release of Russia’s new national security document, naming as threats both the United States and the expansion of the NATO alliance, a Pentagon spokesman declared: “They have no reason to consider us a threat. We are not looking for conflict with Russia.”

Meanwhile, in early January, the United States embarked upon its biggest military buildup in Europe since the end of the Cold War – 3,500 American soldiers landed, unloading three shiploads, with 2,500 tanks, trucks and other combat vehicles. The troops were to be deployed in Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary and across the Baltics. Lt. Gen. Frederick Hodges, commander of US forces in Europe, said, “Three years after the last American tanks left the continent, we need to get them back.”

The measures, General Hodges declared, were a “response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the illegal annexation of Crimea. This does not mean that there necessarily has to be a war, none of this is inevitable, but Moscow is preparing for the possibility.” (See previous paragraph.)

This January 2017 buildup, we are told, is in response to a Russian action in Crimea of January 2014. The alert reader will have noticed that critics of Russia in recent years, virtually without exception, condemn Moscow’s Crimean action and typically nothing else. Could that be because they have nothing else to condemn about Russia’s foreign policy? At the same time they invariably fail to point out what preceded the Russian action – the overthrow, with Washington’s indispensable help, of the democratically-elected, Moscow-friendly Ukrainian government, replacing it with an anti-Russian, neo-fascist (literally) regime, complete with Nazi salutes and swastika-like symbols.

Ukraine and Georgia, both of which border Russia, are all that’s left to complete the US/NATO encirclement. And when the US overthrew the government of Ukraine, why shouldn’t Russia have been alarmed as the circle was about to close yet tighter? Even so, the Russian military appeared in Ukraine only in Crimea, where the Russians already had a military base with the approval of the Ukrainian government. No one could have blocked Moscow from taking over all of Ukraine if they wanted to.

Yet, the United States is right. Russia is a threat. A threat to American world dominance. And Americans can’t shake their upbringing. Here’s veteran National Public Radio newscaster Cokie Roberts bemoaning Trump’s stated desire to develop friendly relations with Russia: “This country has had a consistent policy for 70 years towards the Soviet Union and Russia, and Trump is trying to undo that.” Heavens! Nuclear war would be better than that!

Fake news, fake issue

The entire emphasis has been on whether a particular news item is factually correct or incorrect. However, that is not the main problem with mainstream media. A news item can be factually correct and still be very biased and misleading because of what’s been left out, such as the relevant information about the Russian “invasion” of Crimea mentioned above. But when it comes to real fake news it’s difficult to top the CIA’s record in Latin America as revealed by Philip Agee, the leading whistleblower of all time.

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