Tag: 2014 coup d’etat in Kiev

EU leaders in Ukraine

Europe’s Ultimate Choices On Ukraine

As the Ukraine conflict continues, a basic question with ethical dimensions has risen and will need to be answered soon by European politicians: how moral it is to support Ukraine “as long as it takes” against the necessity of protecting your own citizens’ welfare and the constitutional duty to follow […]

Maidan 2014

Handling International Crises: From JFK to Biden 

There are significant parallels between the international crises in Cuba in 1962 and Ukraine today.  Both involved intense confrontations between the USA and the Soviet Union or Russia. Both involved third party countries on the doorstep of a major power.  The Cuban Missile Crisis threatened to lead  to WW3,  just […]

maidan02

Ukraine’s War Began With Ukraine’s Coup In February 2014, NOT With Russia’s Invasion In February 2022. Russia’s Invasion Was A Result From The U.S. Government’s Ukrainian Coup, 8 Years After The Fateful Event

For the key evidence, see this video: which displays the coup while it was happening. The key fact shown in that video is the phone-conversation in which Obama’s official who had planned and run the coup, Victoria Nuland, was instructing the U.S. Ambassador in Kiev, whom to get appointed (at […]

Chrystia Freeland

Freeland Responds to Putin: Liberalism Will Prevail! (Nazis Will Help)

The elite attempting to control the world under an “end of history” neo-liberal doctrine have created a mountain of unresolvable paradoxes for themselves in Ukraine since unleashing the anti-Russian Euromaidan color revolution in late 2013 that unseated a pro-Russian Viktor Yanukovych government, and replaced it with a Nazi-infested technocratic regime which has […]

Governing Ukraine

Governing Ukraine Is No Laughing Matter

Simply put, Zelensky needs to be ‘pro-Ukraine’ than ‘pro-West’ — that is to say, he should realise that if Ukraine has any chance of prospering, it must somehow normalise relations with Moscow, which remains its largest trading partner.But will he be allowed by the West to open a dialogue with Moscow?