Posted by Bruce K. Gagnon  Organizing Notes  March 2, 2014


Victoria Nuland [State Department] admits “we’ve invested $5 billion” in the Ukraine project . . . that part picks up at the 7:25 mark in the video.

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Note the Chevron logo on the stage . . . and remember that the oil-i-garchy wants Russian natural gas and oil supplies.  Add it up, mix in the usual modus operandi, stir and what you get is chaos, instability and regime change.What is Russia to do?  Roll over and watch themselves get raped?The US knew that Russia would react, that is why we’ve witnessed massive corporate media demonization of Russia during the past year or so.  It helps make it easier for the American people to swallow another one of our interventions.Robert Parry at Consortium News writes:

Nuland was soon at work planning for “regime change,” encouraging disruptive street protests by personally passing out cookies to the anti-government demonstrators. She didn’t seem to notice or mind that the protesters in Kiev’s Maidan square had hoisted a large banner honoring Stepan Bandera, a Ukrainian nationalist who collaborated with the German Nazis during World War II and whose militias participated in atrocities against Jews and Poles.
By late January, Nuland was discussing with U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt who should be allowed in the new government.
“Yats is the guy,” Nuland said in a phone call to Pyatt that was intercepted and posted online. “He’s got the economic experience, the governing experience. He’s the guy you know.” By “Yats,” Nuland was referring to Arseniy Yatsenyuk, who had served as head of the central bank, foreign minister and economic minister — and who was committed to harsh austerity.
As Assistant Secretary Nuland and Sen. John McCain cheered the demonstrators on, the street protests turned violent. Police clashed with neo-Nazi bands, the ideological descendants of Bandera’s anti-Russian Ukrainians who collaborated with the Nazi SS during World War II.
With the crisis escalating and scores of people killed in the street fighting, Yanukovych agreed to a E.U.-brokered deal that called for moving up scheduled elections and having the police stand down. The neo-Nazi storm troopers then seized the opening to occupy government buildings and force Yanukovych and many of his aides to flee for their lives.
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  1. […] Condi Rice and her connections to Chevron, but the Chevron logo in full flag force on the stage when Victoria Nuland give her speech about the $5 billion in aid to support the neo-Nazi movement in the Ukraine. It […]

  2. […] Apparently US influenced popular uprisings in Kiev constitutes an accurate measure of the will of the Ukrainian people. A referendum monitored by international observers who testify to no voting irregularities is not recognized by the West as a gauge of the will of the Crimean people. […]

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