Ukraine horror picture show
The western world was not at its first attempt to lay hand on Ukraine. Almost at the same time as the Georgian crisis, the Orange Revolution took
place in Ukraine. If the moral winner of this Orange revolution was the opposing party, the end winner was Russia, which maneuvered swiftly enough to
keep its influence on the country. The iconic Ioulia Tymochenko finished in jail until the current Ukraine crisis.
The same factions that finance the orange revolution are the same that finance the Rose revolution of Georgia and the coup tentative beginning 2000 in
Officialy the US supported Iouchtchenko and financed him. I believe that local political factions opposing the regime were finance via the Soros
foundation (like the Femen).
Funny to note that during the Ukrain Maïdan episode, sit-ins also happened in Belarus. Repression was swift… The first 2 leaders of each faction
got publicly executed and everybody else went home…
If the orange revolution was a loss of political influence of Russia over Ukraine, Russia’s grip on this region remained tight as it was the sole
provider of gas to this highly dependent country (its fudging cold during winter).
If Qatar was to provide cheap gas to Ukraine and to Europe that would finish putting behind bars the Russian bear: huge loss for the Russian economy
and monumental loss in military strategy with the access to the Mediterranean and Caspian seas controlled by NATO and Friends.
But for that, Ukraine needed to join the ranks of the western world. By joining ranks, I mean become another bi-otch to the current US dominant
And even if financed by the US, Iouchtchenko was still under strong influence by the Russian politics. As such, he did not want to join NATO and for
Europe, he was thinking about it depending on the money.
Small associations started to emerged, the most famous in Europe being the Femen sponsored by Soros foundation…
Little by Little, the sit-ins grew larger and larger. Local and foreign pressure forced the government to react by freeing some political opponents
but it would not stop. Sit-ins grew bigger and tension arose.
Western politics accused Russia to meddle in foreign countries politics. Russian made the same accusations. Of course, both were using the same method
of coercion and propaganda…
Until Russia via Belarus politics made public a conversation between the US ambassador (don’t remember her name) with her EU counterpart stating
that US had spent more than 5 billion to alienate this country and that they would rather get them all killed before letting Russia take over again.
Mass media slightly spoke about it. It was quickly forgotten but never denied.
The situation was at a stalemate until that fateful day where protestors and policemen got killed by an unidentified shooter(s). Strangely, ballistics
showed that the bullets came from the same gun and that the gun was not one you could find in your local armory.
Polish mercenaries were pointed out but it was never proven. What is sure is that Russia had nothing to gain from such a tactic. Violence would force
external power to react and give the green light for a NATO military intervention.
Civil war followed, pro-Russian VS pro-Europe Ukrainians. Dombass, Crimea twirled in insanity with its cortege of horrors: mass murder, rape,
bombing… Strangely western mass media spoke very little about it. Except for the exaction so called committed by the pro-Russian… Many of them
later proved to be done by pro-Europe partisans (including lighting schools on fire with pro-Russian families inside and shooting anyone who would
Russia reacted by sending their army under the cover that “they are mercenaries we have nothing to do with them”. Russia could not afford the loss
of Crimea as it is at a strategic location for military and pipelines.
Reply was violent and quick: annexation of Crimea and arming pro-Russian factions.
When it was clear to the western world that Russia was taking the upper hand again, the US made a move that almost sparked a full out blown nuclear
The US armed Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia with long range weapons of mass destruction. Under this influence, those countries mobilized their army to
the Russian and Belorussian frontiers (5 000 men). This was a casus belli for the Old Bear who mobilized in less than 48hours, 50 000 men, tanks
division, and air strike capacities.
Western strategist fully knew that if conflict arose, those countries would be wiped out in less than 24 hours. But it would be the perfect excuse for
NATO to intervene.
Fortunately, this situation settled: Baltic Sea countries backed down quickly. I’d like to think it’s for 2 reasons:
(1) They didn’t want to be utterly dismembered
(2) NATO European allies refused to start a war where in any case, they would lose (especially in France… If all other countries in the world are
the in the weapons race, France politics have stripped the army naked)
Today, half the government is not Ukrainian, the central bank has been privatized, the country was stripped of Crimea and Dombass is in a state of
insurrection. And since cash reserve of both Europe and the US are really thin, they did not back up financially Ukraine who has no more money to pay
Russian gas: Russia cut the flow.
Of course, the Western world will not give money indirectly to Russia for gas: financing your big boss enemy is stupid… Ukrainian are preparing for
a very cold winter…
Europe and Ukraine need a new source… This new source is Qatar, and to reach Europe, the quickest and cheapest way is via pipeline to Syria, and
then by boat to the different ports of Europe.
That’s how to you make a dictator the number one enemy of the “free” world of mass consumerism.
It was Syria’s time to unwillingly enter the international game of Risk for world domination.
Rest soon to come !