The answer is clear if you read U.S. documents published by WikiLeaks in 2006, writes Kevin Zeese. Continue reading
Following Sunday’s international incident in the Kerch Strait, the UN Security Council held two meetings for member states to address this issue. Russia’s foreign ministry has accused Ukraine of coordinating a ‘pre-planned provocation’. The preponderance of evidence surrounding this event would strongly suggest that this is indeed the case. Continue reading
Poroshenko, the businessman, revealed in the devastating memo that would send the Nazi faction’s loyalty off the roof. For the US advisers on the ground, however, this should not come as a surprise.
Everybody has a price.
This had happened before. Last year, Poroshenko abandoned his men at the frontlines and were forced to cross the border into Russia.
Probably, the only reason why Poroshenko signed the Minsk Peace Plan 2.0 was so he could avail of the $17.5 Billion IMF assistance for Ukraine.
As expected, the promised explosive presentation by Poroshenko didn’t make it to the screen. He came to the negotiation with nothing to bargain with. Worse, the BBC, in an attempt to redeem itself at this late hour, has finally aired the truth about the false flag shooting of policemen and Maidan protesters more than a year ago which was used by the West to justify its removal of Yanukovich from power. Continue reading