Everything is Putin's fault. Blame Putin"
Ukraine totters on the brink of all-out war, from one insufficiently
long cease-fire to another, Washington's tacit agreement for Kiev's
resumption of hostilities against the breakaway republics in its
southeast may be partly due to the fact that the information it
relies on is being generated by a press officer who only just turned
eighteen, yet appears to have been given free rein. This is borne out
by a recent press release by the speaker of the Verkhovna
Rada of Ukraine, Alexander Turchynov, admitting that Kiev''s
security agencies systematically misinformed the country's leadership
about Russia's possible military intervention, which never happened,
in order to ramp up the situation.
intelligence agencies reported about ten times a month that the
Russian's had alrady chosen the time of their attack - usually it
was at three or four in the morning. We sat in combat readiness at
the command post... as the rest of the army prepared for war with the
Eastern neighbor. But it didn't happen," Alexander Turchinov
said in an interview with Novoye Vremya.
months we've been hearing about Russia attacking Ukraine. Russia
was at the border. The great Russian Horde was galloping over the
border on bears. And for just as long we've been held spellbound by
the pearls of wisdom dispensed by the always witty and well informed
Jen Psaki, who assured us that the intelligence President Obama was
acting on was coming directly and reliably from on the ground in
For weeks, CNN, the Daily Mail and every news outlet from the Guardian to the Wall Street Journal and Yahoo kept announcing that Russia was going to attack, while we waited for Ivan to remember where the border was and cross it. Russia didn't cross the border, but the blitz stories continued anyway: Russia was attacking.
With every outlet piping in unison, it makes a whopper of a great story, until someone looks at the border. When NBC looked at the border , it came to the conclusion that Russian troops were invisible. While news agencies were retracting stories because they didn't find them, Secretary of State John Kerry and President Obama assured us there were troops at the border because they said so. But based on what Turchynov now says, real intelligence and hindsight tell us we've been ramping up sanctions on Russia for no good reason other than a guy building a career who wants your sons and daughters, husbands and wives to go to Ukraine and fight and die for Bandera so he can get a FaceBook like or two. More about him later.
If you are reading this, Obama's sanctions are hitting home in the US and you may be out of a job yourself soon for no better reason than Washington's super-secret sexy social media intelligence.
Sourcing Obama's Retarded Intelligence
Intelligence gathering in Ukraine has been a three-part effort. The US has the most formidable intelligence apparatus in the world, but apparently shut it off. Why use satellites, drones, or people you trust with binoculars actually pointed toward the border in question, when you can have people that want to start a war with Russia instead? Apparently the NSA, CIA, and other acronyms were busy looking through underwear drawers on and off the internet and couldn't be bothered. The EU, through NATO and the OSCE, have proven themselves to be just as unformidable intelligence-gatherers - relying on Kiev.
The Best Military Intelligence In Ukraine
Earlier this year, the head of Ukraine's SBU (formerly the Soviet KGB) Valentyn Nalyvachenko announced that Kiev would replace local and regional governments, police, military officers, advisers et al based on the new person having the "right ideology." This means a deep commitment to Bandera Nazi beliefs.
example of the desired profile is Dimitri Tymchuk, whose Moskal
finding abilities are becoming legendary. He runs a Military Blog,
where he is depicted weariing an army helmet, a flak jacket and a
palm tree to show how serious he is about intelligence.
According to him, Russia invaded with tanks on June 13:
anyone still has any doubts that this is a blatant invasion by
Russia, I would like to see this individual. It would be interesting
to see what the embodiment of naivete looks like."
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