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It is cold in Ukraine, snow on the ground…

Coffee-iconIt is cold in Ukraine, there is snow on the ground. The power plants are going to run out of coal soon and electricity will be cut. They have no heat or gas. They lost their trading partner Russia, they lost Crimea, many of their husbands, brothers, sons are dead, fighting for Ukraine. The elected leaders they thought would make life better for them without having to get a job only to find they have even less now than before, with more work required. Their Central Bank’s gold mysteriously “disappeared”. Their hopes for fracking gas came up empty-handed. Their own oligarchs tried to rip their bankrupt treasury out of its last penny by overpaying for coal from South Africa at exorbitant prices that were going into corrupt oligarchs pockets. Their president just sold them out to corrupt foreign oligarchs. They are edgy and scared, yet foolish pride still keeps them from facing the truth about their mistakes and sins. Some keep defending their abusers…

The Stockholm Syndrome in Ukraine is obvious…

Posted by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…


  1. kKeeton Post author | December 3, 2014

    Gold is gone: It was only a matter of time before Ukraine’s people – the vast majority of whom are innocent pawns in a vast game of realpolitik between the west and east – finally got angry and demanded some answers, if not heads. That time came earlier today when as reported “a Kyiv-based court has instructed Kyiv prosecutors to bring an action against National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) Governor Valeriya Gontareva on charges of abuse of power or misuse of office to obtain illegal profit, the Vesti newspaper reported on Tuesday.”

  2. Moi December 4, 2014

    WOW! I am so sorry for the people….all of them.

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