Donald Hank
Ukrainian revolt is "staged and faked"
By Donald Hank
February 20, 2014

"Forget your recent past. It was staged and faked."
    Ex CIA asset Robert Baier to the people of the former Yugoslavia
Paul Craig Roberts recently reported that the US and the EU were behind the now violent protests In Ukraine. This should not surprise anyone.

The respected publication German-Foreign-Policy reports that German NGO Konrad Adenauer Foundation, with ties to Merkel's ruling party CDU (Christian Democratic Union) has been agitating for years in Ukraine:
    According to press reports, the German government would like to have boxing champion Vitali Klitschko run for president and bring him to power in the Ukraine. . The Konrad Adenauer Foundation is, in fact, not only massively supporting Klitschko and his UDAR party. According to a CDU politician, [Klitschko's] UDAR Party was founded in 2010 on the direct orders of the CDU foundation. Reports on the foundation's activities for the development of Klitschko's party give an indication of how Germans are influencing the Ukraine's domestic affairs via UDAR. . Berlin and Warsaw are cooperating with the Ukrainian ultra right-wing Svoboda ("Liberty") party, which stands in the tradition of Nazi collaborators, who massacred 100,000 Christian and Jewish Poles during WW II.
What is more, several police officers have been shot in Maidan Square by the rebels enthusiastically supported by the same Western powers that instigated and supported the tragically botched Arab Spring.

A Russian language site comments that the number of foreigners (including Georgians) among the dead "raises questions." For an explanation of that comment, you need only recall the large numbers of foreign fighters in Syria and the countries involved in the Arab Spring.

Germany is now the undisputed head of the EU and it is natural that, true to its past pattern of ignoring financial and economic danger signals, obsessive Berlin would want another client country as part of the EU. Of course, if you consider that peripheral countries like Ukraine are nothing but a huge drag on the EU core countries' economies, then if you are anti-EU, as my UK and European friends are, you will be delighted to see another burden added to the membership list.

After all, in the long run, the addition of Ukraine can only further weaken the euro zone and hasten the fall of the EU – this despite the false hope in the "power in numbers" philosophy (analogous to the too big to fail notion) of the EU architects and puppet masters.

Perhaps this is why a number of anti-EU UKIP members recently advocated for Ukraine membership.

At this point, the die may already be cast. But whether or not Ukraine falls into the trap or stays independent, the euro zone and EU are accomplishing nothing more than kicking the can down the road, and the end of the road is in sight.

The addition of another mouth to feed – Ukraine – could be the last straw.

So what are the motives here? Robert Baier, cited in the first sentence above, is of the stereotypical view that all of this US interference, both military and diplomatic – is about oil and other resources. But this view melts under scrutiny, when you consider, for example, that Egypt and Libya have very little oil to sell us and what they did have was not being withheld from the West before our intervention. Iraq's oil was also available before the war. Yet by taking a hard line against Iran, we actually lose the availability of their oil. So if it's not mineral resources, what is the motive? For observers watching both sides of the Atlantic, that is simple enough. It is ideological. And the ideology is a very old one centered around our traditional Judeo-Christian culture.

By invading Yugoslavia, Clinton was able to carve out Kosovo, the first majority-Muslim country in the European sphere of influence. By invading Iraq, elitist G.W. Bush was able to clear out the entire Assyrian Christian population of that country. The entire scheme of elitists McCain, Graham, Obama and a slew of others in our power structure revolved around getting rid of Assad, the last remaining pro-Christian leader in the Middle East.

Likewise, the EU elites have been diligently working to de-Christianize Europe, and it is working. As if to illustrate, a lady from the UK just wrote me today:
    "In my borough Knowsley I know of 5 churches that have been demolished!"
Need I remind anyone that Dearborne MI, where residents who are too conspicuously Christian can be harassed and even stoned for their witness, is a harbinger of things to come to our beloved country.

The governments of the EU and the US have long worked hand in hand to form a one world government, step by stealthy step. Above all, this government is to be, like Maximilien Robespierre's French revolutionary dictatorship, purged of all Christian elements. Russia represents a regime that has at least declared itself Christian. President Putin may or may not be sincere, but that is beside the point. He is poking his finger in the eye of the Western transnational elites in proclaiming support of Russia's Christian traditions. He knows that to the transnational elites, this is tantamount to a declaration of war. After all, their mentality differs little from that of the old Politburo that he knew personally.

The targeted rapprochement of Ukraine to the EU would, of course, pull that country away from Russian influence, and the then inevitable inclusion of Ukraine in the Schengen Agreement would open its borders to hordes of Muslims now residing in Western Europe, something Switzerland recently rejected by referendum, based on years of untoward experience.

If the Western elitists want to maximize their push to destroy Judeo-Christian culture, then planting a doorway for European Muslims on Russia's doorstep would be an ingenious solution.

If you are supporting the Ukrainian Spring, then you are part of that "solution."

Just remember that their solution is your problem.

© Donald Hank


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Donald Hank

Until July of 2009, Don Hank was operating a technical translation agency out of his home in Wrightsville, PA. He is now retired and residing in Panama with his wife and daughter.

A former language teacher, he holds an undergraduate degree in French and German from Millersville State University (PA), a Master's degree in Russian language and literature from Kutztown State College (also in PA), has studied Chinese for 3 years in Taiwan at the Mandarin Training Center, and is self-taught in other languages, having logged a total of 8 years abroad in total immersion situations.

He is also the founder of Lancaster-York Non-Custodial Parents, a volunteer organization that provides Christian counseling for non-custodial parents.


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