by Scott Creighton
“though they have yet to determine if he actually received the cash…” New York Times McCarthism Hit-piece on Donald Trump
It’s not listed as an opinion piece or even satire. It’s supposed to be news. All the news that’s fit to fabricate from the New York Times.
This allegation that Donald Trump’s campaign chair Paul Manafort took money to the tune of 12+ million bucks in illegal payments from President Viktor F. Yanukovych in Ukraine is ridiculous on it’s surface. When you dig a little deeper in the New York Times article (penned by ) what you find is a ludicrous counter-attack to Hillary’s own political corruption story, one designed to steal the headlines and relegate the story of her all-too-real systemic graft to the back pages.
“Handwritten ledgers show $12.7 million in undisclosed cash payments designated for Mr. Manafort from Mr. Yanukovych’s pro-Russian political party from 2007 to 2012, according to Ukraine’s newly formed National Anti-Corruption Bureau. Investigators assert that the disbursements were part of an illegal off-the-books system whose recipients also included election officials.” New York Times
Viktor Yanukovych was ousted in a U.S.-backed coup a couple years ago when the people of his country decided they didn’t want to be a part of the E.U. and the masters of the universe said that wasn’t to be allowed, like George Soros (see this as well) and Pierre Omidyar for example. Part of the deal they rejected was another crippling IMF “loan” and the subsequent austerity measures they demanded be imposed on the people in exchange for it.
- 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
Yanukovych said “no” so of course, he had to go. Not only that, but his legacy and his life had to be soiled in perpetuity in the interests of the greater good (meaning the masters of the universe’s “greater good”) which makes him perfect fodder for this new bullshit anti-Trump hit-piece being put out by the New York Times.
It came out after the bloody coup that Victoria Nuland herself explained that the Obama State Department spent 5 billion dollars on the regime change operation in the country.
“Since the declaration of Ukrainian independence in 1991, the United States supported the Ukrainians in the development of democratic institutions and skills in promoting civil society and a good form of government – all that is necessary to achieve the objectives of Ukraine’s European.We have invested more than 5 billion dollars to help Ukraine to achieve these and other goals.” Victoria Nuland
Immediately after the coup Porky, our puppet, signed an EU deal complete with new funding from the IMF and new austerity for the people of Ukraine. Obama spent upwards of a 180 million dollars of U.S. taxpayer’s money propping up the new fascist regime in Kiev while Vice President Biden’s son ran over there and joined a energy company’s board of directors so he could profit from the bloodshed personally. I mean, why spend tax-payer’s money if you can’t find a way to stick some of it in your pockets, right
Then they signed a 10 billion dollar shale gas deal with Chevron. That’s about the time the Russians decided to flood the market with oil and LNG, dropping the price and essentially making shale gas not worth the cost to bring it out of the ground.
With those billions of dollars the State Department funneled into Ukraine over the years, we employed the worst “humans” in the country, the neo-Nazis Svoboda party and the Right Sector fascists, to riot, attack unarmed Ukrainian police officers, snipe from the rooftops and burn dozens of innocent government supporters to death in an effort to totally destabilize the nation so we could remake it in our neoliberal model. They hired Blackwater to come in and run their death squads, that’s how out of control fascist it was in the early days. Read this as well.
You have to remember, the IMF openly demanded violence against the separatists and anyone in Kiev who opposed their new fascist government in Ukraine. It’s not even hyperbole. It’s just a fact.
Does anyone remember how President Obama said that Russia’s “invasion” of Crimea was “worse than” what Bush/Cheney did to Iraq? Does anyone remember the fact that there was no “Russian invasion” of Crimea, that the people of the region voted 96.77% in a referendum to leave fascist Ukraine and join Russia?
Does anyone remember our puppet in Kiev, Ukraine President Petro Porky Poroshenko, standing there holding his fake Russian passports as he tried to frame Putin for the unrest in his country? That was right after it was discovered that he was using banned cluster bombs on the civilian population of the separatist Donbass region. John McCain gave him a pass on that one. He also said Putin shot down Flight MH17.
I gave you all that background in order to expose the real nature of the New York Times hit-piece. It’s completely baseless as have been all the other accusations against various problematic actors in the Ukraine color revolution.
This new National Anti-Corruption Bureau in Ukraine with their handwritten notes being cited as “evidence” is laughable by comparison. There is no electronic, verifiable money-trail, it doesn’t exist. They just made this up in order to help Hillary Clinton in her time of need. That’s what our fascist regimes do when called upon by their masters in D.C.
Like Porky standing there waving around a bunch of fake Russian passports, the writers for the New York Times have exposed themselves more than anyone else and they simply don’t have the either the common sense or the moral centers to understand what it is they are doing.
Taking flimsy evidence from fascist neo-Nazis and running with it on the front page of the New York Times on behalf of someone as corrupt as a Clinton has got to be a low-point in their careers. Certainly it will help their economic bottom-lines but it will also make them the laughing stocks of whatever social events they dare attend over the next few months until an equally insultingly stupid piece of propaganda is published by the Times.
Please help keep us up and running if you can.
Speaking truth ABOUT power since 2007
(For my mailing address, please email me at RSCdesigns@tampabay.rr.com)