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12 to 1 and we scream, “PUTIN DID IT!”

ronpaulTwo more murders of prominent Ukrainian opposition figures just in the last few days, this is at least twelve dead by assassination, if not more, according to my count. But who can count when they are dying as fast as they voice an opinion against Ukraine’s new government?

The main issue is that the West/U.S, is virtually and or definitely silent about what is happening in Ukraine and that means that the U.S. condones and desires the killing of opposition in Ukraine to continue.Therefore it is ambiguous as to why when an opposition figure was gunned down in Russia in February and most likely it was done by someone with Ukraine connections. The screams of, “PUTIN DID IT!” resounded all over the world for all to hear and the wails of “Evil Russia” became two pitches higher, as the demons unleashed in America, continue their pack of canine induced howls. But the crickets are chirping as Ukraine murders a dozen opposition… Hmm…

The simple fact is that as I stated many years ago when Windows to Russia was blocked with a new experimental software by Ukraine. (Try this link!) The Ukraine that was, was becoming the Ukraine that is now, even back then…

It looks to me like Ukraine has been a testing grounds for the west to try various things that irritate people and could cause issues amongst the natives in the home countries of the west. Games seem to be the way of the west and that my friend is too serious of an infraction for the world to look the other way. The world has to focus and get things back in order again…

Just some thoughts, this snowy cold day in Moscow…

Post by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

One Comment

  1. Anonymous April 21, 2015

    Compare this to the US reaction when a single opposition figure was killed in Russia earlier this year. Boris Nemtsov was a member of a minor political party that was not even represented in the Russian parliament. Nevertheless the US government immediately demanded that Russia conduct a thorough investigation of his murder, suggesting the killers had a political motive.

    As news of the Russian killing broke, Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee Ed Royce (R-CA) did not wait for evidence to blame the killing on Russian president Vladimir Putin. On the very day of Nemtsov’s murder, Royce told the US media that, “this shocking murder is the latest assault on those who dare to oppose the Putin regime.”

    Neither Royce, nor Secretary of State John Kerry, nor President Obama, nor any US government figure has said a word about the series of apparently political murders in Ukraine.

    On the contrary, instead of questioning the state of democracy in what looks like a lawless Ukraine, the Administration is sending in the US military to help train Ukrainian troops!

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