posted on Apr, 24 2014 @ 03:03 AM
a reply to: ALoveSupreme
The Obama administration has vehemently denied charges that Ukraine's nascent regime is stock full of neo-fascists despite clear evidence
suggesting otherwise. Such categorical repudiations lend credence to the notion the U.S. facilitated the anti-Russian cabal's rise to power as part of
a broader strategy to draw Ukraine into the West's sphere of influence. Even more disturbing are apologists, from the American left and right, who
seem willing accomplices in this obfuscation of reality, when just a cursory glance at the profiles of Ukraine's new leaders should give pause to the
most zealous of Russophobes.
linked also in the above article:
How the far-right took top posts in Ukraine's power vacuum...
...In the new Ukrainian government politicians linked to the far-right have taken posts from deputy prime minister to head of defence. We profile the
nationalists filling the power vacuum.
It's called Godwin's law. The longer a debate rages, the greater the likelihood that someone will compare someone else to Hitler.
And Hillary Clinton has done just that: On Tuesday the former secretary of state reportedly told a private fund-raising party that Russian President
Vladimir Putin's actions are similar to Hitler's in the run up to World War II.
well well well, the lil miss benghazi nazi:
aren't we in good company
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