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    the truth about the 2014 (Euromaidan) coup in Ukraine, and it hasn’t benefited anyone other than the warmongers.
    Ukraine is split in half and stuck in a frozen civil war; its debt-to-GDP ratio has doubled; pensions, social services and minimum wages ($140 a month) have been slashed; and the people are still ruled by corrupt oligarchs.
    The regime change ops also ignited a chain reaction of needless hostility, hysterical Russophobia and crippling sanctions.
    E.U. has lost more than $100 billion in trade with Russia in the last four years; and the U.S. has pushed Russia deep into China’s orbit.
    Just like the neocon adventures in Iraq and Syria, the meddling in Ukraine will go down as another disastrous U.S. foreign policy.

    What’s the official narrative about the events in late 2013 and early 2014 in Kiev, Ukraine?
    There was the spontaneous and peaceful Euromaidan “revolution” by the great freedom-loving people,
    which forced the corrupt Ukrainian President to flee the country, right? Not so simple.
    There are many intriguing facts about geopolitics, 70 years of U.S. meddling in Ukraine, and
    covert regime-change operations.
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    U.S. meddling

    First, objectively speaking, it’s curious that a U.S. Senator (John McCain) and the U.S. Assistant Secretary of State (Victoria Nuland) repeatedly attended political protests in another country. Oh, Nuland is also the wife of a prominent warmongering Neocon, Robert Kagan; and she’s also the one who famously said, “F*ck the E.U.” while discussing the future of Ukraine.

    In the picture below, McCain is standing on the stage next to Oleh Tyahnybok, the leader of the far-right group called Svoboda, which uses a not-so-subtle logo that combines “N” and “Z.” Get it?




    Victoria Nuland also admitted during a speech in 2014 that the U.S. had spent $5 BILLION since the 1990s to spread “democracy” in Ukraine. (Here’s a link to a 1-min video of her speech).


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    National Endowment of Democracy is a U.S. taxpayer-funded group that specializes in regime change.
    It’s chief, Carl Gershman, wrote in a Washington Post op-ed in 2013 (just before the protests) that “Ukraine is the biggest prize.”

    Michael McFaul – U.S. Ambassador to Russia, 2012–2014 – wrote an op-ed in WaPo in 2004 where he asked,
    “Did Americans meddle in the internal affairs of Ukraine?” Then he answered it, “Yes.”
    Why did McFaul write the article? Because in 2004, Soros and other NGOs fomented the Orange Revolution in Ukraine. Basically, the election was won by a pro-Russia guy. So people protested and demanded a new election.

    Then, a month later, the pro-U.S. guy won the new election with 52% of the votes. Democracy, America-style.
    BTW, that guy – Yanukovych – who lost the election in 2004 … ran again in 2010 and won fair and square.
    That’s why we had Euromaidan.

    History Rhymes

    If you go back in history, you will see that the CIA worked with Neo-Nazis(!!) and ultra-nationalists in Ukraine for decades, starting right after World War II. Declassified CIA documents describe Project Aerodynamic in the 1950s and ’60s ...........
    https://www.nationofchange.org/2018/...up-in-ukraine/

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