by Scott Creighton
After the break, see current updates to what the Russians are calling the “Brown Revolution” in the Ukraine in honor of the Nazi Brown-shirts.
But as the narrative shifts and we are expected to forget the recent past in this color revolution, I offer you a chance to remember what this is all about:
- Ukraine’s Fascist Neo-Nazi Color Revolution Backed by U.S.
- Forbes says: The Good Guys (fascist neo-Nazi thugs) Have A Real Chance in Ukraine
- US Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday reiterated the United States’ support for Ukraine’s (fascist neo-Nazi) protesters.
- Fascist Thugs of Ukraine Color Revolution Brutally Attacking Police (video)
- Among the reasons Mr. Yanukovych turned away from signing political and trade accords with Europe in November was his unwillingness to carry out austerity measures and other reforms that the International Monetary Fund had demanded in exchange for a large assistance package. New York Times
“The position of some of our Western partners doesn’t show genuine concern, but a desire to act out of geopolitical self-interest,” said a statement on the Russian foreign ministry’s website.
“There is no condemnation of criminal actions by extremists, including manifestations or neo-Nazism and anti-Semitism. In fact, these are being encouraged.”
The statement went on to say that “outside sponsors” are advancing a “regime change” in the country, without a desire to find “national consensus.”
War-monger John McCain (and buddy of Syrian terrorists) warns Russia not to interfere in our IMF mandated regime change operation in the Ukraine:
McCain, who traveled to the country last year to support the protestors, said that the message to Putin should be that a partition of the country “would not be acceptable.”
Take Oleh Tyahnybok, the rather rugged leader of Svboda, which dominates the Western-most provinces of Ukraine. Western media has described him as one of the three most important opposition leaders and he’s met foreign dignitaries like John McCain. He is also a potentially dangerous man. In one infamous speech in 2004, Tyahinybok lashed out at the “Moscow-Jewish mafia” and the “kikes”. In 2005, he wrote an open letter to the President asking him to halt the “criminal activities” of “organised Jewry”.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said Monday that “substantial doubts” existed over the legitimacy of the new acting government in Ukraine.
“There’ll be no Ukraine but the Ukraine you want,” she said. “And I’m the guarantor of that Ukraine.”
“If you consider Kalashnikov-toting people in black masks who are roaming Kiev to be the government, then it will be hard for us to work with that government,” he said.
In western Ukraine the only organized and armed force is the ultra-nationalist Right Sector. From the way this group’s leaders speak, they assume that they are in charge.
One of the group’s leaders, Aleksandr Muzychko, has pledged to fight against “Jews and Russians until I die.” Asserting the Right Sector’s authority over the situation, Muzychko declared that now that the democratically elected government has been overthrown, “there will be order and discipline” or “Right Sector squads will shoot the bastards on the spot.”
The bastards are any protesters who dare to protest the Right Sector’s control.
Muzychko declared, “The next president of Ukraine will be from Right Sector.”
Another Right Sector leader, Dmitry Yarosh, declared: “the Right Sector will not lay down its arms.” He declared the deal made between the opposition and the President to be “unacceptable” and demanded the liquidation of President Yanukovich’s political party.
The Right Sector’s roots go back to the Ukrainians who fought for Adolf Hitler against the Soviet Union during World War 2. It was the Right Sector that introduced armed fighters and turned the tide of the protests in Kiev from peaceful protests in favor of joining the EU to violent attacks on police with the view of overthrowing the democratically elected government, which the Right Sector succeeded in doing.
Russian general explains what is well known by most people in the civilized world. Unfortunately, thanks to the complicit Vichy media, we here in the West don’t fall into that category anymore.
“Apparently they [officials of the European Union and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry] have dedicated themselves, and continue to do so, to deeply and thoroughly studying the doctrine of Dr. Goebbels. . . They present everything backwards from reality. It is one of the formulas which Nazi propaganda employed most successfully: . . . They accuse the party that is defending itself, of aggression. What is happening in Ukraine and Syria is is a project of the West, a new type of war: in both places you see a clear anti-Russian approach, and as is well known, wars today begin with psychological and information warfare operations. . . Kerry and Obama are encouraging in Kiev what they harshly repress in their country. European leaders break up unauthorized demonstrations with hoses, throwing demonstrators in jail, while in the Ukrainian case they do the exact opposite, and on top of that they threaten Russia. Logically, this is part of information warfare.
“Keep in mind that, under the cover of information commotion, U.S. ships are entering the Black Sea, that is, near Ukraine. They are sending marines, and they have also begun to deploy more tanks in Europe. . . We see that on the heels of the disinformation operation a land-sea, and possibly air operation is being prepared.
“They haven’t even taught [opposition leaders] Klitchko, Yatsenyuk and Tyahnybok to run a government efficiently. The main thing is for them to take power, and destroy the Ukrainian state.”