Sunday, March 02, 2014

Putin Has Confirmed My Assertion that His Invasion Was Done in Opposition to Nationalism, not EUism

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

The Telegraph is reporting:

"Vladimir Putin has spoken to Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, and said that the 'threat of violence from ultranationalists' forced him to intervene."

That is exactly what I suspected was the case when I wrote the articles:

Putin OK with the Ukraine in the EU, But Violently Opposes a Nationalist Ukraine, in Other Words, Putin Is a Jew Puppet, February 25, 2014

The Nationalist Versus EU Ukrainian Pendulum and the Changing Official Russian Response Is Telling, February 24, 2014

Putin implies that the "threat of violence from ultranationalists" was to ethnic Russians, but the truth is that the only threat posed was to his, the EU's and his handlers bolshevist internationalism. The open question that remains is, were they planning a peaceful transition into the EU before it became apparent that the Ukrainian public are Nationalistic, or did they plan on a Russian invasion from the start. I suspect as the facts unfold, their initial intentions will become more clear, if not obvious to all.

Note that commie Putin and commie Merkel are sweathearts. She is a communist plant in the German Government.