Kurt Nimmo
Infowars.com
December 2, 2013

Protesters in Ukraine may be somewhat deluded. It looks like they want the country to join the bankster cabal’s European Union. They are also upset over President Viktor Yanukovich’s decision to embrace Russia’s sphere of influence and what many perceive as a return to the bad old days of dictatorial rule under the Soviets. Yanukovich is a former Soviet planner and a convicted petty criminal.

It seems likely the USAID NGOs and other spawn of U.S. intelligence are behind the protests and are taking advantage of the popular disgust with Yanukovich, who told the plutocrats in Europe his country will not join NATO or the EU. The anti-Russian faction of the ruling elite (epitomized by Rockefeller minion Zbigniew Brzezinski) are up in arms because Yanukovich has decided to cozy up with Putin and the Russians. He has expressed an interest in retaining the Russian Black Sea fleet in Simferopol when its lease expires in 2017 and has also said he’d recognize Georgia’s two breakaway regions Abkhazia and South Ossetia. All this pro-Russia talk drives the globalists batty.

Protests have raged since last week and the demonstrators have closed in on Yanukovich’s office. Cops surrounded the office but the protesters came up with a make-ready solution – they’d simply push the cops back with a bulldozer.

The protests may orchestrated by the West and many of the protesters may be naïve dupes, but you have to hand it to them for the inventiveness of their tactics.


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