In the aftermath of the people’s so-called ‘Maidan Revolution’ in Ukraine during the winter of 2013, members tied to neo-Nazi groups took over leadership in Kiev and started a proxy war against Russia. Yet even as events began to unfold in Ukraine following the overthrow of the duly elected President and Prime Minister, evidence surfaced that the entire operation was performed out of the offices of U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland and using elements within the CIA to trigger the event.
And thus began the occupation of Ukraine by the U.S. through their own proxies including Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk, and a former U.S. State Department official who became in charge of the country’s finance ministry.
But on Feb. 16, it appears that the ineptitude of Washington’s sycophants has reached its end as a new vote of no confidence against Yatsenyuk is now leading President Poroshenko to call for his resignation in light of deteriorating economic conditions.
Nearly two years after Victoria Nuland decided that “Yats” should be her puppet prime minister in Ukraine as part of the CIA-organized presidential coup, the latest embarrassment for the U.S. State Department is about to become a fact when moments ago Ukrainian billionaire president Petro Poroshenko called on Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk to resign and urged the formation of a technocratic government to end a political crisis and reignite an overhaul of the economy.
Update: Ukrainian deputies collected 159 signatures, more than 150 required, which will enable them to proceed w/ no-confidence vote in Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk’s cabinet, lawmaker Mustafa Nayem says in Twitter. This means Yats is out. - Zerohedge
The overthrow in Ukraine was created by the U.S. as a gambit play against Russia following Washington’s embarrassing loss in the Syria conflict. In addition, economist Jim Willie reported that the coup was also an attempt by the Obama administration to break up a program signed by over 100 nations to facilitate a currency reset which would have weakened the dollar’s role as the global reserve.
Libya, Iraq, Syria, and Ukraine are all examples of Washington’s failure in attempting to ‘Democratize’ nations through covert overthrow and outright war. And like how ISIS rose out of the ashes of America’s failed foreign policy in Iraq and Syria, so too is today’s landscape in Ukraine a result of Washington interfering too much in the affairs of sovereign nations.
Kenneth Schortgen Jr is a writer for Secretsofthefed.com, Examiner.com, Roguemoney.net, and To the Death Media, and hosts the popular web blog, The Daily Economist. Ken can also be heard Wednesday afternoons giving an weekly economic report on the Angel Clark radio show.