Why this really started
The crisis began in November when Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich, under Russian pressure, turned his back on a trade deal with the EU and accepted a $15 billion bailout from Moscow. That prompted three months of street protests leading to the overthrow of Yanukovich on February 22.
Moscow denounced the events as an illegitimate coup and refused to recognize the new Ukrainian authorities.
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As I have been trying to explain to you on the other threads, you need to understand that the Ukraine is just another Soros/Obama/Globalist NWO attempt to take control of a hard liner/non cooperative government.
I don't want to waste time discussing the NWO and Globalist wet dream on here, I have a few threads on it if interested.
But what is important to understand here is just like Syria/Egypt/Libya/Iraq/Iran/Tunisia/ etc etc
This is another Globalist funded revolt.
Most similar to what they did in Egypt when they installed their own government with a false revolt, only to watch the Egyptian people revolt on their own and kick the Muslim Brotherhood out.
Soros funded Code Pink in Egypt
townhall.com/columnists/benshapiro/2013/...obamas-arab-spring.../fullAug 21, 2013 - President Obama's Arab Spring Nightmare ... coup a coup, essentially stating that all foreign policy funding should run through him personally.www.foxnews.com/.../05/.../g-8-offer-20b-arab-sprin...May 27, 2011 - May 26: From left, European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso, French President Nicolas Sarkozy, US President Barack Obama and ...Fox News Channel
In the Ukraine, the banks/NWO candidate lost in a free election. The Bank is paying protesters and arming them. Putin has returned Russia to Christianity and is fighting the BANK with his countries massive wealth and oil- a formidable opponent.
So the Bank is risking a major war that will spill more American blood for them.
Newly appointed Prime Minister of Ukraine and former central banker Arseniy Yatsenyuk