Ukraine: Another Front In Soros’ War On Civilization

Here’s a story that is flying under most Americans’ radar.  Courtesy of Zerohedge and RT News, we learn that Obama’s State Department, John McCain, and Lindsay Graham are aiding and abetting George Soros’ efforts to collpase the Ukranian manufacturing economy, devalue Ukranian mineral assets, and then seize control of those assets for pennies on the dollar.  The strategy is vintage Soros; the tacit involvement / support of those bastards McCain and Gramnesty comes as no surprise.  And of course, American involvement (and taxpayer dollars too, no doubt) has all been coordinated by Barack Hussein Obama, apparent President-For-Life.  Details follow:

Soros-Backed Group Organizes Massive Coal Blockade In Ukraine

by Tyler Durden

Zerohedge, Mar 3, 2017 5:00 AM

Via Jeremiah Johnson (nom de plume of a retired Green Beret of the United States Army Special Forces) of,

As we have mentioned here throughout the beginning of this year, Ukraine has been (and continues to be) a major “flash point” that holds dire consequences for a Europe already in tatters.  Ukraine is also a major spot of contention between Russia and the United States.  To recap, presently we have a President intent on a new era of relations between Vladimir Putin and his government.  The problem lies in what the U.S. has done in the past five year under the Obama-directed State Department (courtesy of Victoria Nuland).  That State Department was aided and abetted by none other than Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham.

As mentioned in other articles, the situation in the Eastern Ukrainian provinces is serious.  Although the Minsk accords provided for an official ceasefire between the Kiev government under President Petro Poroshenko and the separatist militias in the Donbass region, the former has been clearly guilty of violating it repeatedly.  These violations have taken the form of prohibited armored vehicles and artillery barrages in numerous cities.

At the very beginning of the U.S.-sponsored coup d’état that ousted legally-elected President Viktor Yanukovych and sent him fleeing to Russia, the Maidan movement (comprised of Ukrainian ultra-nationalists) began protests and riots that led to fighting.  Maidan was (and is) being both encouraged and supported financially by none other than George Soros.  The intent for Ukraine with Soros is no different: to crush the opposition of separatists and enable the U.S.-installed government to rail Ukraine into NATO and the IMF.

Once this has been accomplished, Soros has the “master plan” of taking over a large portion of the Eastern provinces because of the tremendous amounts of minerals and natural resources he wishes to buy for “pennies on the dollar” and then bleed the country white while taking the profits out of the country.  As of this writing, Maidan is at it again.

According to an article released by RT News, Maidan has organized a blockade of coal shipments.  This is not a small shutdown by any means.  The article, entitled Maidan 2.0: Ukrainian Nationalists Provoking Political Crisis with Coal Blockade, by Valentyn Ogirenko has reported that approximately 74,000 cargo cars have been prevented from crossing any lines between the separatists and the Poroshenko government. On average, an open railroad car holds 115 tons of coal.  This amounts to approximately 8,117,000 tons of coal.  That is a staggering amount.  So staggering, as a matter of fact, that Kiev has claimed it is an emergency.

Here is an excerpt from that article:

“The blockade organizers boasted over social media that they have stopped some 74,000 cargo cars from crossing the disengagement line between Kiev-controlled and rebel-held parts of Ukraine.  Thousands of wagons filled with coal cannot leave the Donbass area, Donetsk Region, as pro-Kiev activists block train lines leading to government-controlled territories. The nationalists argue that buying coal from mines controlled by the rebels in the East is equivalent to treason. However, without the necessary coal supplies Ukrainian power plants are threatened with closure.  Kiev has declared a state of emergency for the nation’s energy industry.”

RT also conducted an interview with a former U.S. diplomat to Ukraine concerning the significance of it by the name of Jim Jatras.  His comments pertain to the Ukrainian nationalists (Maidan).  This next excerpt shows the delicate nature of the crisis and what it means overall, as explained by Mr. Jatras:

“Frankly, I think they [Maidan and the Ultra-nationalists] are not sure what to do. They know that this is extremely damaging to the Ukrainian economy, as of February 15 they said they had 40 days reserve and we’re going to be coming up on the exhaustion of those reserves very quickly. The Prime Minister Mr. [Volodymyr] Groysman has said that 300,000 jobs are potentially going to be lost here if they are not able to maintain coal supplies – this is 12 percent of the country’s production. They cannot sustain this. You would think that this kind of illegal activity – there is no legal authority for this blockade – would be something that the government would step in. I can only imagine that they don’t do it because they feel too weak to do it. They are afraid of the kind of ultranationalists that are behind this, and that if they try to take forceful action against them, it will provoke a resort to violence that they may not be able to handle.”

This is serious business, and even more in that Maidan wants to stop the flow of coal into the Donbass and Eastern Ukraine, yet it is hurting the interests of the entire country.  Keep in mind: we haven’t even mentioned the activities of outside influences, such as the U.S. and Russia.  The U.S. has an arms package (approved in both 2015 and 2016 by the Congress and prodded by Obama) that is expected to deliver weapons, munitions, and other military supplies to the Kiev government this year, in 2017.

On the other side of the Ukrainian border, Russia is continuing to supply the separatists who (as mentioned in other articles) are Ukrainians of Russian ethnic derivation who feel a strong sense of allegiance to Russia and wish to separate (as Crimeans voted to do so prior to the Russian annexation of 2014).  In addition, Sputnik News just released a piece on 2/20/17 by Sergey Averin entitled Quarter of Russians back potential recognition of Donbass republics.  In a poll, over half of Russians think that the Russian government should help the separatists of Lugansk and Donetsk.

In addition to this, Vladimir Putin ordered agencies in Russia last week to accept the documents and passports issued by these two separatist regions of Ukraine, along with visa-free travel to Russia if they possessed such documents.  Sergey Lavrov, the Russian Foreign Minister said this was necessary for the war-torn areas to provide relief to those residents who wished to flee to Russia.

The U.S. is not yet officially weighing in on this, as before the elections the support was for the Kiev government.  Now we have an American President who is determined to reset the relations with Russia, and U.S. policy, while not in Tartarus as is was last year, is still in limbo.  Until the President clarifies the direction the State Department will travel and reigns in the rogue Congress such as Sen’s. McCain and Graham (who serve the MIC, or Military Industrial Complex first and then the United States, if it isn’t inconvenient).

In the meantime, fighting is still occurring in the Eastern provinces and now we have Maidan (a Soros-backed destabilizing organization) coming to the forefront again.  It will take some shrewd diplomacy and perhaps some restructuring within the Ukrainian government (internally) to bring these troubles to a rest.  Make no mistake, though: It is far from over and is a powder keg that can escalate and involve other countries in Europe, as well as spark action between Russia and the United States.

Six thousand black American citizens lost their lives last year alone in the city of Chicago.  George Soros walks free.  What is wrong with this picture?

— SafeSpace —

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8 Responses to Ukraine: Another Front In Soros’ War On Civilization

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  2. I.R. Wayright says:

    Something to keep in mind is that the Russians hate the Ukrainians. I got this from someone in Moscow. If you look at the history of Stalin you would see why the Ukrainians hate the Russians. Many thousands died of starvation under his rule.

    The contact also told me that the Russian people suspected that Putin was elected with fraud and there were protests that were put down. (Remember Pussy Riot?)
    Putin had to build his popular support by taking the Crimea and generally being a tough guy. It worked as his popularity is quite solid at home.
    I don’t believe there is going to be much happiness in Ukraine for a long time.
    We should stay away and keep out of their affairs. And any thought of successfully dealing with Putin should be discarded.
    Our days of shaping worldwide events should be put on hold until we can back up our policies with strength.

    • SafeSpace says:

      Ukraine’s post-WW2 history is a story of conflict, both with the USSR and within the nation’s own borders. Partisans initially allied with the Nazis to oppose Russia, then towards the end of WW2 became a third wave opposing both USSR and Nazi controls. Ukraine became independent in 1991 after Ronald Reagan brought down the wall. Since then it resembles a three-legged stool, with one leg in the EU, one in the Russian Federation, and one in a full-blown nationalist movement.

      IR: Agreed that we must not rush to take sides. The Ukranian conflicts have ancient roots and is considerably more complex, in terms of the number of strategic players, than a simple situation like rooting Muslims out of Sweden. However, the point remains that George Whoros has no business manipulating a sovereign nation for his personal gain. He damn near destroyed the Bank of England in 1992 with similar activities. This time, however, he is playing with armed nationalists, not a bunch of Broad Street bankers with bowlers and brollys.

  3. vonMesser says:

    Gonna send this to my friend Sasha and ask her for a response.

  4. Thanks Hardnoxandfriends, have reblogged. Kindest from pennine:-)

  5. Hardnox says:

    Judicial Watch has a piece where Soreholes is behind the destabilization of Macedonia. This POS is behind so much treachery it boggles the mind.

    The worst part is our tax dollars went to Soro’s groups.

  6. Uriel says:

    Which is interesting since McCain just came back from the “secret” trip to EU and Syria. He should(as all should) be barred from foreign travel without POTUS office approval if they weren’t. Why regardless of the committee served on has ANY congress member got reason to be out of the country. I thought that was an ambassador job.