Ukraine, Nazis and Big Ag
Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 6, 2014
If you were to believe the media’s take on the Ukraine you would think President Yanukovych was ousted by a popular upheaval. Yet another color revolution. They are right if you believe the recent color revolutions are the result of another US instigated coup.
Slowly bit surely the truth is coming out. It is now generally accepted everywhere except in Washington and the media that the Ukrainian coup was a US/National Endowment for Democracy project.
But here is an odd twist that the media is playing down. Just as we are aiding and abetting Al Qaeda jihadists in Syria, we have put a Nazi administration in charge of Ukraine.
One of the people Victoria Nuland and Geoffrey Pyatt were considering for a high government position in their “F* the EU” phone call was Oleh Tyahnybo head of the ultra-nationalist Svoboda party.
Senator John McCain and Victoria Nuland are quite chummy with Tyahnybo when they happen to stop in Kiev.
Who is Oleh Tyahnybo? He his a honcho in Svoboda. What is Svoboda? It is the blatantly pro nazi and fascist party we put in charge of Ukraine.
Tyahnybok’s right hand man Yuriy Mykhalchyshyn is a fan of Joseph Goebbels and founder of the Joseph Goebbels Political Research Center.
You may have seen photos of the US installed current Ukraine president Arseniy Yatsenyuk holding his hand up in nazi style salute. You may have noticed arm bands pictured in recent Ukraine photos that are reminiscent of the swastika. That is a Nazi salute and that is indeed a swastika.
Another US foreign policy masterpiece.
But wait until the IMF buys Ukraine’s debt and forces it to do their bidding. Don’t think the IMF is giving anything away to the Ukraine.
Which brings us to the real reason we are messing in Ukraine.
Cargill, Monsanto, Lllly and Chevron and Victoria Nuland’s hubby Robert Kagan founder of Project of a New American Century. PNAC, a neocon empire building front.
Big AG with the help of the IMF, neocons and the dupe Obama is going to rape Ukraine for all it is worth.
On Jan. 12, a reported 50, 000 “pro-Western” Ukrainians descended upon Kiev’s Independence Square to protest against the government of President Viktor Yanukovych. Stoked in part by an attack on opposition leader Yuriy Lutsenko, the protest marked the beginning of the end of Yanukovych’s four year-long government. That same day,the Financial Times a major deal for U.S. agribusiness titan Cargill.Despite the turmoil within Ukrainian politics after Yanukovych rejected a major trade deal with the European Union just seven weeks earlier, Cargill was confident enough about the future to fork over $200 million to buy a stake in Ukraine’s UkrLandFarming. According to Financial Times, UkrLandFarming is the world’s eighth-largest land cultivator and second biggest egg producer. And those aren’t the only eggs in Cargill’s increasingly-ample basket.
On Dec. 13, Cargill announced the purchase of a stake in a Black Sea port. Cargill’s port at Novorossiysk — to the east of Russia’s strategically significant and historically important Crimean naval base — gives them a major entry-point to Russian markets and adds them to the list of Big Ag companies investing in ports around the Black Sea, both in Russia and Ukraine.
Ukraine is an agricultural powerhouse.
Those poor bastards.
I have learned of the book “Old Nazis, the New Right and the Republican Party” by Russ Bellant. Supposedly an expose of our Nazi relations. Looks interesting.
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