Victoria Nuland admitted the USA spent $5 billion in Ukraine. Example, many NGOs set up through the
NED, etc. The Ukraine speaker revealed the entire plan to destabilize the gov't and initiate a coup three
months before it occured and if you read the speech he made, you'll realize he is either the best predictor
of the futue in history or had accurate foreknowledge of USA plans out of the USA Embassy. This is just
more of the consistently ignorant USA policy that has run rampant since GW Bush (the first moron). It is,
however, an incredibly profitable policy for CONNECTED Corporate USA. Not so much for the taxpaying
citizen. We don't seem to give a damn if a lot of people die, starve or suffer serious deprivation. It doesn't
even show up in profit/loss reports.
You seem to always ignore the fact that the - clear majority - in Ukraine wish closer ties with the West. This sentiment was factually established with the 2014 Ukraine presidential/legislative elections in which pro-Europe candidates/parties won sweeping electoral victories over pro-Russia opposition blocs. The lopsided and indisputable election results amount to a mandate from the majority of Ukrainian citizens.
There is a problem though. They are lost in an illusion.
But any rate, that's who she is.
I really hate to inform you, but because of it's intrinsic nature, it is a very cold world. Its players do not care even about the collateral damage of innocent human beings when they perceive that their interests are at stake. I further hate to inform you that for the US, democracy is not the primary objective. It is really superficial. It is merely a tool to achieve control. Democracy is promoted because money can exert great, though not absolute, influence on democracies. And it is through that influence that the United States seeks to control Ukraine. Again, not in the absolute sense, but in the sense of achieving what it feels are it's objectives.
Here's something from a person who has advised the US government on foreign policy and is considered an expert on matters of Ukraine. Please note, this was years ago in 2001, long before any of the present events took place.
So back as far as at least 2001, there was this type of thinking in the US foreign policy establishment that Ukraine falling back into the Russian sphere of influence would be a threat to US interests in Europe. As a result of this, the US had worked actively in Ukraine to make sure that does not happen. That 5 billion dollars is one way in which the United States meant to keep that from happening. That is the reality.The future of Ukraine as an independent and democratic state is important to American interests in Europe. The survival of an independent and democratic Ukraine is also crucial to Russia's future as a democracy. The re-absorption of Ukraine into Russia' fold would bring about a new, quasi-imperial and undemocratic Great Russia. Such a development could destroy the post-Cold War status quo in Europe, revive a threat to NATO allies in Europe and worsen U.S.-Russian relations.
Now here is where it gets really interesting because here we can get a view, at least from the perspective of an influential person in the US foreign policy establishment, of what US goals are in a more real sense in terms of actual implementation.
This is very important. These things should be read carefully. So here we can see that the US means to have a Ukraine that has a sustainable pro-Western orientation. Why is this important? Because, although Ukraine is directly on Russia border, the US is pursuing a foreign policy that is in direct conflict with the goals of Russian foreign policy in Ukraine. This indeed is the sore point for the Russians. They feel that although they are a nuclear armed state, the US disregards this, and right on its border vigorously pursues a foreign policy that is directly contrary to their policy.It is in U.S. interests to support Ukraine's independence, territorial integrity, democracy, economic reforms based on the rule of law, and sustainable pro-Western orientation.
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I do not believe the CIA "caused" the uprising and civil war. I think the uprising happened, then the CIA backed some elements of it. Now I think they are supporting the Ukrainian gov with intelligence support.
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So let's look further. Again, this is the same person's thoughts
Because it has been said twice, we can see the emphasis that this person feels on keeping Ukraine out of Russia's sphere of influence and sustaining a pro-Western influence.To achieve this, the new Bush Administration should:
*Recognize the strategic importance of Ukraine, its continuous pro-Western orientation, as well as the threats to its independence. The Administration should utilize economic and political tools to support Ukrainian sovereignty and prevent its falling into the Russian orbit.
How does he purpose that this be done, in the real sense?
So, the 5 billion dollars went to these places, that this person mentioned in 2001. Please remember, THE MONEY WENT TO KEEP UKRAINE OUT OF RUSSIA'S SPHERE OF INFLUENCE AND TO SUSTAIN A PRO-WESTERN ORIENTATION THERE.These tools include "traditional" democracy assistance through the National Endowment for Democracy, the International Republican Institute, the National Democratic Institute and International Foundation for Electoral Systems; international broadcasting such as Radio Liberty and Voice of America; technical assistance to speed up restructuring of the economy, and military-to-military training and contacts.
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THE PROMOTION OF DEMOCRACY IN UKRAINE IS A TOOL BY WHICH THE UNITED STATES SEEKS TO KEEP UKRAINE OUT THE RUSSIAN SPHERE OF INFLUENCE AND TO MAINTAIN A SUSTAINABLE WESTERN ORIENTATION THERE. IN OTHER WORDS, DEMOCRACY IS A MEANS TO THE END OF KEEPING UKRAINE AWAY FROM RUSSIA AND WITH THE WEST. IT IS NOT THE OTHER WAY AROUND.
This is how US foreign policy in Ukraine should be properly understood. Then everything becomes clear.The Administration should utilize economic and political tools to support Ukrainian sovereignty and prevent its falling into the Russian orbit. These tools include "traditional" democracy assistance through the National Endowment for Democracy, the International Republican Institute, the National Democratic Institute and International Foundation for Electoral Systems; international broadcasting such as Radio Liberty and Voice of America; technical assistance to speed up restructuring of the economy, and military-to-military training and contacts.
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