From China to Ukraine, the US is pursuing its longstanding ambition to dominate the Eurasian landmass
In February, the US mounted one of its proxy „colour“ coups against the elected government of Ukraine; the shock troops were fascists. For the first time since 1945, a pro-Nazi, openly antisemitic party controls key areas of state power in a European capital. No western European leader has condemned this revival of fascism on the border of Russia. Some 30 million Russians died in the invasion of their country by Hitler’s Nazis, who were supported by the infamous Ukrainian Insurgent Army (the UPA) which was responsible for numerous Jewish and Polish massacres. The Organisation of Ukrainian Nationalists, of which the UPA was the military wing, inspires today’s Svoboda party.
Since Washington’s putsch in Kiev – and Moscow’s inevitable response in Russian Crimea to protect its Black Sea fleet – the provocation and isolation of Russia have been inverted in the news to the „Russian threat“. This is fossilised propaganda. […]
A Nato membership action plan – straight from the war room of Dr Strangelove – is General Breedlove’s gift to the new dictatorship in Ukraine. „Rapid Trident“ will put US troops on Ukraine’s Russian border and „Sea Breeze“ will put US warships within sight of Russian ports. At the same time, Nato war games in eastern Europe are designed to intimidate Russia. Imagine the response if this madness was reversed and happened on the US’s borders. Cue General Turgidson.
And there is China. On 23 April, Obama will begin a tour of Asia to promote his „pivot“ to China. The aim is to convince his „allies“ in the region, principally Japan, to rearm and prepare for the possibility of war with China.