Ukraine is the location of some of the greatest attempts at generating Russian paranoia anywhere. According to the press, since 2014, Ukraine has been invaded probably 25 times by Russia. We all saw the nation on TV, invaded by empty box trucks and food supply trucks.
We were told repeatedly of massing activities of Russian troops in locations relatively near to the Ukrainian border, and lied to about the presence of Russian military hardware on Ukrainian soil through the use of various faked press photographic evidence and repetition.
This is what the Western press wants you to believe: Russia is a hostile, brutal nation led by a brutal KGB thug turned president. Poor innocent Ukraine will be swallowed up by Big, Bad Russia.
Here is what the Western media does NOT want you to know:
Ukraine’s economy is a wreck. The country is a cesspool. Americans are involved in running Ukraine from posts within the government, and it is essentially being used as a proxy to try to intimidate the Russian Federation into toeing the anti-Christian, globalist line, a proposition which Russian leadership have repeatedly and utterly rejected.
The latest move in Ukraine became known to the press world at 10:41am Moscow time (2:41am New York Time) on 30 November. That is that now, Russian men between the ages of 16 and 60 are no longer allowed in Ukraine. This was reported by TASS:
The Ukrainian State Border Guard Service has prohibited Russian men, aged 16-60, from entering the country, its head Pyotr Tsigikal said on Friday.
“Control measures at checkpoints have been enhanced. As of today, foreigners, primarily Russians, have been restricted entry. Russian men, aged 16-60, have been prohibited from entering [Ukraine],” he stated at a council with Ukrainian President Pyotr Poroshenko.
On November 25, three Ukrainian navy ships illegally crossed Russia’s border and tried to carry out some illegal actions in Russian territorial waters later in the day. They ignored legitimate demands to stop issued by vessels belonging to the FSB Border Service and the Black Sea Fleet and continued maneuvering dangerously. In order to stop the Ukrainian ships, weapons had to be used. The three vessels were detained in Russian territorial waters.
Three Ukrainian military servicemen suffered light wounds and were provided with medical assistance. A criminal investigation has been opened into the border incident.
Moscow slammed the incident as a provocation. The European Union and NATO called for de-escalation, while Kiev declared a 30-day martial law starting from November 28.
The Kerch Strait incident is getting pushed by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko as “proof” of Russian aggression, ostensibly to bolster his abysmally low ratings in the final months preceding a Presidential election in Ukraine. However, it may also have been conveniently arranged to interfere with President Trump’s planned talks with President Putin in Argentina, which notably, were canceled late Thursday afternoon with Trump citing Kerch as the reason.
Ukraine’s importance in the geopolitical globalism game cannot be overstated. In terms of military strategy, having a NATO / Western presence that abuts Russian borders is indeed part of the plan to isolate Russia by surrounding it with Western-aligned nations. Once the ring is complete, more and more pressure can theoretically be placed on Russia.
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