The Krim (Crimea) and the western games…

krim+russiaThe hypocrisy of the west is out of control and it disgusts me as an American. I’m tired of my country crapping on international law when it suits their interests and then posing as the defender when it suits their interests…

Facts for the Krim vote:

  • 96% + voted for Crimea to join Russia
  • 02.5% + or – miniscule amounts voted for Crimea to remain a sovereign autonomous republic inside the Ukraine
  • less than 1% of the votes were declared invalid
  • 83% + or – miniscule amounts of the eligible voters participated in this referendum (thus + or – a miniscule amount at around 17%, did not vote)

The truth about the Krim’s future is in the numbers above…

We are being media manipulated. Just as always. For the nefarious purposes of unknown entities that have something to gain from all of this in Ukraine. We have a very serious problem, (we all have in the world,) and that is our news is propaganda, not news reporting. I scour the internet to try to get the various accounts of our current events. I probably am not as informed as I would like to be, but I know the MSM is a failing prospect when it comes to getting reliable information…

I see clearly that the US totally disregards the fact that the coup that drove Yanukovych to flee for his life was in violation of the Ukrainian constitution, while simultaneously decrying the Sunday election as being in violation of the constitution. Of the two, one being a violent coup and the other being an election in Crimea, however hastily conducted, the outcome of which probably did, in fact, represent the will of the majority of voters, which is more of a violation of the constitution and why should one be ignored and the other touted as a legitimate basis for imposing sanctions on Russia and rattling sabers in a most dangerous manner?

I believe that the US fomented the unrest in Ukraine (and in Venezuela and in Chile and in…) for its own geopolitical goals, primary of which is tightening the economic and military noose around Russia (which the US promised Gorbachev it would not do) by installing a government that will request membership in (or affiliation with) NATO and will accept installation of US missiles. I also regard this as criminally stupid behavior by the pitifully weak Obama which Putin must resist…

In the past the US threatened nuclear Armageddon over the completely legal Russian installation of missiles in Cuba, separated from the US by 90 miles of ocean. How does it expect Russia to react to the US fomenting a fascist, anti-Russian coup in a former part of the Soviet Union with a long border with Russia?

The propagandists are NOT all-powerful. Seeds of truth about the MSM’s propaganda role are falling on already fertile ground. There’s hope for our future and there is hope for truth…

Post by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

The New Sochi…

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Hey everyone,

We arrived safely and it was a mad house yesterday and I could not get to the computer until today (Friday.) The Olympics Complex is packed, the train station packed, the airport packed and we finally unpacked (after walking a few kilometers to save money on taxi fare) at the hotel…

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This is our room (above) and we are in luxury at a cheap price, right next to the Olympic Park area…

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We literally can throw a rock and hit everything, not that we would want to… 🙂

I am not sure how this post will work as I am doing everything from a tiny keyboard and a tablet. But we have good WIFI and the weather is great and the atmosphere is even better. The people are fantastic, just as I remember them from before…

I have several posts about when we came to Sochi years ago and I said then that I would be back to see what has changed…

Sochi is not the same city and I can understand why they had such costs. The city has transformed into a wonderland of delights. I remember well that Sochi was just a worn out Soviet leftover city. Now it has become a modern city that ranks with the best. it really has changed that much and it is beautiful…

We have lots to do and I will post this now. I then will see how it looks on the site and go from there…

As I have been saying from the beginning, “Just wow! Oh wow!”

That is all I can say and that describes what someone who has seen Sochi before all the transformation and is stunned by that transformation…

Wow, Oh Wow!

Kyle Keeton