Everyone’s least favorite sock puppet, Ukraine Prime Minister Yatsenyuk, “penned” (we all know he did not write it, but let’s amuse ourselves) an article for The Washington Post where Yats once again blames Russia for everything wrong in the world.
Here is the link to the WaPost article if you wish to have a good laugh, or be sick to your stomach…it all depends at what stage you find yourself in with regards to the US media Ukraine fantasy narrative, that is making Iraq WMDs look like kindergarten propaganda.
In the article Yats describes how courageously Ukraine is battling Russia’s armed imperialism inside the neo-nazi infested failed state that is Ukraine:
“Ukraine is fighting a war on two fronts. The one you see on television is taking place in the east of our country, where thousands of Russian troops are engaged in an armed aggression against Ukraine’s territorial integrity, including the illegal annexation of Crimea.
Less visible, but just as important, is Ukraine’s war against the Soviet past and the legacy of corruption and misrule that has held us back for so many years. These battles must be fought and won together because they are essentially about the same thing — Ukraine’s desire to build a prosperous and democratic future.”
A Yats rant would not be complete without Victoria Nuland’s sock puppet warning Europe (and the entire western hemisphere) that Russia’s “imperialists goals” include swallowing up all of Europe, Africa, Mexico, Jamaica, and pieces of Vermont.
“The great achievement of a ‘Europe whole and free’ that marked the end of the Cold War is under direct attack from resurgent Russian authoritarianism and imperialism. Ukraine is bearing the brunt of that attack, but the consequences of allowing our independence to be crushed would not be contained within Ukraine. It would give rise to new threats and crises that would be even more difficult and costly to resolve. The democratic idea itself would be undermined.”
You may be asking. why are we being subjected to another one of Yats’ ridiculous, George Soros constructed, US media rants?
The answer is simple…‘America, please give us [Ukriane] weapons and money.’
“We [Ukraine] will need more support in the form of US bilateral aid, technical assistance, private investment and leadership within international financial institutions. We also need international sanctions on Russia to remain in place until the Minsk Agreement has been fully implemented.”
Does Yats mean the Minsk agreement that his government broke from day one?
Anyway…the best part of this latest instalment of #Yatsisms, happened outside the pages of the US controlled Washington Post.
Via Sputnik News Agency…
Later on Monday, the politician [Yats] pledged that Kiev will regain control over Crimea and Donbass.
“We are convinced that we will regain control over Donetsk, Lugasnk and Crimea. And we will control our territory,” Yatsenyuk claimed while addressing the American Jewish Committee Global Forum in Washington.
According to the politician, the unity of the European Union and the US “is the best recipe and the best answer to any aggressor and any aggression. The only strong answer to those who want to overturn the world order and ‘draw’ new borders after the Second World War, to those who do not respect rights and freedom, does not respect democracy, does not respect our nations. Those are our enemies.”
He called the military conflict in the east of his country “a battle between light and darkness”.
“A battle between light and darkness”…Finally the sock puppet speaks some truth, albeit in the sick mind of Yats, the belief of who is the light and who is the darkness differs greatly from that of a sane, compassionate human being.
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