Their Message Is to
'Please Stop Terrorizing Us!'
Here's How That Can Be Done.
A 41-minute documentary has been produced and is online, "Ukraine Crisis Today," interviewing "terrorists" (as our side calls them) who have been bombed by the Ukrainian Government. We -- that is, the United States -- installed this Ukrainian government, on February 22nd, in a coup (falsely presented as a democracy movement, but run actually by the U.S. CIA and two Ukrainian fascist parties) against Ukraine's democratically elected President, Viktor Yanukovych. The government that we installed is now bombing the areas of Ukraine where the voters had voted overwhelmingly for Yanukovych, in Ukraine's last national election, which took place during February 2010. Our side calls the residents of the Yanukovich-supporting areas "terrorists." Those are the people our Ukrainian regime bombs.
In the documentary, one hears the bombs go off there, and sees the burning buildings, and the corpses. This is not collateral damage in a war, but instead it's the targets of the Obama-initiated ethnic-cleansing campaign, to get rid of the people who voted for Yanukovych, to get them to die, or else to flee to Russia. Obama just doesn't want them to be voting when the next real election is held throughout Ukraine -- he wants them to be gone by then (so that he can install a NATO nuclear-missile site there, a mere ten minutes away from being able to annihilate Moscow). And this is how that's done. It's a messy job. You just keep dropping bombs on them, and they'll get the message that they're not wanted by their new Ukrainian government.
This documentary shows what the U.S. "news" media hide. The U.S. "news" media cannot deny the truthfulness of what's shown here, so they simply hide it, and instead report stenographically the lies from the Obama Administration, lies about these "terrorists," and about how we are bringing "freedom" and "democracy" to Ukraine. What we've actually brought to power there is fascism. And we've brought a civil war, by the government that we installed, against its own people, the residents in Ukraine's southeastern half.
During 2003, Americans were suckers for Bush's lies about "Saddam's WMD," and in 2014 Americans are suckers for Obama's lies about installing "freedom" and "democracy" in Ukraine and overcoming "Putin's terrorists" there -- just like we had installed "freedom" and "democracy" in Iraq, and saved them from "the dictator." But he was their dictator, and that's better than ours. (Anyway, "ours" isn't really ours; he's instead imposed by America's aristocracy, the same group who are destroying America itself.)
Tragic countries have dictators, but what's even worse is when the dictator gets installed from outside, like we did in Guatemala, Iran, Chile, Afghanistan, Iraq, and now Ukraine.
Enough. Is there no end to such suckerdom of the American public?
Why are we fighting the Cold War again, when there's no communism remaining, except in North Korea and Cuba? And we're not even bombing in those places.
Why is there not instead widespread public outrage, and condemnation of Obama reverberating through the halls of Congress?
Did the same people buy Congress who have bought Obama?
What's left, then, of American democracy?
I have always been a Democrat, and I oppose everything that the Republican Party favors, but this President, and even Democrats in Congress who refuse to call for his impeachment, are little more than fronts for the same corporations that own the Republicans.
See this documentary, and weep for American democracy -- because it's gone. It really is; you see it in their faces.
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