Ukraine opposition meet protesters after talks with Yanukovich

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UkeinUSA wrote:

Yanukovich is not to be taken on his word. He tells the world what the world wants to hear, that everything will be ok.

As predicted by many, he did not have any talks with the opposition. Instead business as usual as he met with the president of Exxon Mobil. So while his country is revolting, the capital of Kiev is burning, his orders are carried out to beat, torture and kill (no doubt on Putin’s orders), he doesn’t give a damn.

Jan 23, 2014 2:19pm EST  --  Report as abuse
DeanMJackson wrote:

These protests are manufactured by the Ukrainian government to facilitate Kiev “giving in” to the protesters’ demand that the Ukraine join with the European Union, the ultimate purpose for joining so that the Ukraine will be one of the first nations to leave the EU, resulting in its collapse. Europe will then form a new union with Russia, from the ‘Atlantic to Vladivostok’, which will accomplish two goals for Communist Strategists, (1) the further isolation of the United States in the world; and (2) the end of NATO.

For those unfamiliar with this subject, the “collapse” of the USSR in 1991 was a strategic ruse under the “Long-Range Policy” (LRP). What is the LRP, you ask? The LRP is the “new” strategy all Communist nations signed onto in 1960 to defeat the West with. The last major disinformation operation under the LRP was the “collapse” of the USSR in 1991.

The next major disinformation operation under the LRP will be the fraudulent collapse of the Chinese Communist government. When that occurs, Taiwan will be stymied from not joining the mainland. This is why China is buying up gold all over the word. It is believed that China currently has 3,000 [metric] tonnes of gold. When China has 6,000 [metric] tonnes it will have the minimum gold reserves necessary for its currency, the yuan, to replace the United States’ dollar as the world’s reserve currency, that is after the fraudulent collapse of the Chinese Communist government (the United States gold reserves is approximately 8,133.5 [metric] tonnes).

For more on the “Long-Range Policy”, read KGB defector Major Anatoliy Golitsyn’s book, “New Lies for Old” (available at Internet Archive), the only Soviet era defector to still be under protective custody in the West.

Jan 23, 2014 2:39pm EST  --  Report as abuse
Burn1938 wrote:

One begins to get the feeling we are back to the Cold War . Putin , wanting to start a new Soviet Union , will not allow Ukraine to make a deal with the EU . He is prepared to cause a terrible civil war to achieve this objective . While the EU is incapable of acting firmly and forcefully ! Oh , for the days , 1948 , when we stood up to the Russians .

Jan 23, 2014 4:09pm EST  --  Report as abuse
JimmyRandom wrote:

I am an Ukrainian and I am living in London. What I am going to say is this. Although, I do not support the regime of Yanukovitch, at the same time I condone the ways the opposition has handled the Maidan. There are no clear requirements from the opposition on what needs to done. People that are taking part in the Maidan, are being taken an advantage of. Right wing organisations take this opportunity to train their teams against the police. At the same time, opposition leaders, are not even sure on what needs to be done to resolve the situation.
Judging from the interviews from the defected leaders of the movement, everyone seems to be fighting for themselves (see the interview of the AntiMaidan leader).

Jan 23, 2014 6:58pm EST  --  Report as abuse
JimmyRandom wrote:

I am an Ukrainian and I am living in London. What I am going to say is this. Although, I do not support the regime of Yanukovitch, at the same time I condone the ways the opposition has handled the Maidan. There are no clear requirements from the opposition on what needs to done. People that are taking part in the Maidan, are being taken an advantage of. Right wing organisations take this opportunity to train their teams against the police. At the same time, opposition leaders, are not even sure on what needs to be done to resolve the situation.
Judging from the interviews from the defected leaders of the movement, everyone seems to be fighting for themselves (see the interview of the AntiMaidan leader).

Jan 23, 2014 6:58pm EST  --  Report as abuse
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