Sometimes news seems to repeat itself. Sometimes news seems to repeat itself. If this sounds repetitive it is repetitive. That is because many recent news events can be summarized in a few repeating patterns: Greece threatens to default, the Ukraine threatens to default, the US runs out of money again, there is another fake mass shooting event in the US (this time Waco), China and Japan say slightly different things about each other’s history then military pilots fly to obscure islands and wave the finger at each other, Shias, Sunnis, Jews and Western mercenaries pretending to be Muslim extremists do bad things or are victims of bad things, North Korea shoots off a missile, etc. etc.
The White House clowns are panicking, they can’t get their acts together. One clown or two, hand delivered pretentious conciliatory moves to the Kremlin while the other tentacles prepare for war here in SE Asia.
It’s forgivable for Angela Merkel to skip the Russian 70th Victory Day; after all, his father Adolf was in the wrong side of the Second World War. But for the US and UK which benefited largely from Russia’s sacrifice costing 27 million lives, their absence is highly deplorable.
You would think the Russian-Chinese pitch would be more attractive to Europeans, but the one by United States is backed by power, pressure and the self-interest of EU elites
We have been monitoring Jade Helm’s progress for the last two weeks and slowly some possible scenarios are beginning to form.
In the never-never land of how the mainstream U.S. press covers the Ukraine crisis, the appointment last year of thuggish oligarch Igor Kolomoisky to govern one of the country’s eastern provinces was pitched as a democratic “reform” because he was supposedly too rich to bribe, without noting that his wealth had come from plundering the country’s economy.
As can be expected from a group of gangsters, the division of the pie is always a bone of contention. Already Kiev is moving towards the same direction as Libya before it.
Before jumping into the BRICS’ World Bank bandwagon, Western nations, lead by the United States, are demanding that “proper standards” should first be in place. Examples of proper standards, of course, are available everywhere we look, i.e. Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya… the list is long, and it is even made longer with the present hotspot that is Ukraine.
This Western poll results showing consistency with the referendum results one year ago should put to rest the issue of whether to send lethal aid to Kiev or not. Kiev is just at war with itself, having to deal with dissent right from its own citizens who would rather live in peace than go to war with their own blood.