Sunday, March 2, 2014

Vox Day's View of Ukraine

There is no situation on Earth so bollixed up that the Obama administration can't bollix it up just a little bit more. From the Belle of Benghazi to the Botoxed Bozo. Whew! Anyhow, the Ukraine is no stranger to being bollixed up. Above you can see the magnificently bollixed-up Charge of the Light Brigade from the Crimean War.  As for what's going on right now, Vox Day has this to say:

Blowback in Ukraine

Apparently the whole CIA Spring strategy isn't so effective when someone is prepared for it:
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said Sunday that his country was "on the brink of disaster" and personally blamed Russian President Vladimir Putin for bringing the two nations to the verge of war. Speaking to reporters at the Ukrainian parliament, Mr. Yatsenyuk called on the international community to rein in Mr. Putin and pressure him to remove troops from the Crimean peninsula, where a majority of residents are ethnic Russians but have Ukrainian passports.

"If President Putin wants to be the president who starts the war between two friendly and neighboring countries, he has [almost] reached this target," Mr. Yatsenyuk said. "We are on the brink of disaster. There was no reason for the Russian Federation to invade Ukraine."

Western diplomats doubt that the Ukrainian armed forces would be able to match up to the Russian forces already in control of the critical infrastructure and border points in the Crimea. Ukrainian leaders say that Russia has already sent an additional 6,000 troops to Crimea since tensions arose in the peninsula last week. The two countries have a military agreement that allows Moscow to base forces in the region, but Ukrainian officials accuse Moscow of violating that treaty by not informing Kiev of additional troops, and by moving forces without prior notice. Moscow says that it is in compliance of the accord.

Earlier Sunday, Ukraine's interior minister said Russian officials had approached Ukrainian officers remaining in Crimea and offered them immediate Russian citizenship. "Across the entire territory of Crimea, Russian emissaries and military officers have invited the remaining Ukrainian interior ministry troops to take Russian citizenship and immediately receive Russian passports," Arsen Avakov wrote on his Facebook page. "This appeal has been aimed at upper and middle officer corps troops."
So, instead of Ukraine being independent and leaning towards Russia, the US-sponsored anti-democratic coup looks as if it will hand at least part of the nation right back to Russia. The thing is, there is no one who buys the whole "sovereign Ukraine" thing; everyone knows this is just the neocons latest project.

And meanwhile, China is sitting silently on the other side of the world, taking notes.

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