by Scott Creighton
UPDATE: (What a coincidence: yesterday the Russian aid convoy entered Ukraine to help the desperate people of the east who are being shelled by our puppet regime and it just so happened that the American neoliberal propagandist investment banker/warrior was killed on the exact same day. Wow. What a coincidence)
UPDATE: Oh wait a minute. Is this another Hill & Knowlton “incubator babies” story?
On April 15, 2014 Toronto’s The Globe & Mail newspaper published an op-ed piece by H+K assistant consultant Olga Radchenko,  The piece railed against Russian President Vladimir Putin and “Mr. Putin’s PR machine” and stated that “Last month [March 2014 - a month after the coup], a group of Kiev-based PR professionals formed the Ukraine Crisis Media Centre, a voluntary operation aimed at helping to communicate Ukraine’s image and manage its messaging on the global stage.”
The PBN Hill + Knowlton Strategies website states that the company’s CEO Myron Wasylyk is “a Board member of the U.S.-Ukraine Business Council,” and the company’s Managing Director/Ukraine, Oksana Monastyrska, “leads the firm’s work for Monsanto.” Counterpunch
‘He really hated the Russians. We all hate the Russians.’
James Foley the American journalist is dead so… of course we have to send troops to Iraq to crush the popular revolution… or at least quietly look the other way when President Peace Prize gets back from his Golfing with the Elites trip (investment bankers) and signs the order. There is ISIS to think about after all.
Heck, that almost worked… so … guess what?
An American neoliberal propagandist named Mark Paslawsky was just killed in eastern Ukraine by “the terrorists”.
He was a wealthy investment banker who had been with the color revolution in Ukraine since the beginning. He also used his Twitter feeds (calling himself “Bruce Springnote”) and Facebook pages to paint a rosy picture of the neo-Nazi color revolution fueled by the Obama administration and Samantha Power.
Mark Gregory Paslawsky, the sole American fighting on the Ukrainian side of the war in the east of the country, died from injuries sustained in battle in the town of Ilovaysk on Tuesday.
Known by the codename “Franko,” the 55-year-old investment banker was a Manhattan native… Vice “news”
Just so you know, “Franko” refers to a Ukrainian poet who hated socialism, Social Democracy and Russians and dreamed of a new day when Ukrainians, like the Israelis, would have their own nation.
One of his articles, Sotsiializm i sotsiial-demokratyzm (Socialism and Social Democracy), a severe criticism of Ukrainian Social Democracy and the socialism of Marx and Engels, was published in 1898 in the journal Zhytie i Slovo, which he and his wife founded. He continued his anti-Marxist stance in a collection of poetry entitled Mii smarahd (My Emerald) in 1898, where he called Marxism “a religion founded on dogmas of hatred and class struggle.” …
He has drawn parallels to the Israelite search for a homeland and the Ukrainian desire for independence in In Death of Cain (1889) and Moses (1905) Ivan Franco
As it turns out, Vice just happened to do a lovely little interview with “Franco” (Franko created the ultra-nationalist National Democratic Party of Ukraine in 1899 and for all his hatred of all things socialist, he spent the last 14 years of his life living in a home that people pulled together to buy for him because he was living in poverty. That’s right, he lived in public housing) two weeks before he died.
What a coincidence.
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