Poroshenko and Ukraine…

PoroshenkoPoroshenko the yes man. Poroshenko, president of Ukraine? Poroshenko the Chocolate Baron. Poroshenko the stoolie…

This entire undertaking has been an act bearing despair from the very start. A Washington driven result goal, to encompass, subdue and restrain Russia with NATO partners, structure, and desires…

So far the method has not gone well for anybody involved and has just succeeded in producing meddled with a country of people, who are closer to Russia than all other country’s, but since their geological place makes them Russian like, they have become pawns in an exceptionally risky round of “Atomic Chicken…”

None of the culprits of this method think about Ukraine. Even Russia will (be forced) forlorn Ukraine, to protect Russia before long. The Ukrainian people who voted to join the EU would be advised to quit being astonished by false guarantees and wake up to the truth quick, that their best associate in the world, is Russia. That one (Russia,) soon lost…

Presently Ukraine is in an enormous money related wreckage and in a wicked common war stoked by the desire of a little, however perilous gathering of western people who need to control the world…

Poroshenko the Chocolate King…

We are seeing wholesale disloyalty to a country of people and if Poroshenko was a genuine patriot with positive plan towards his nation he would not have acknowledged position of boss Washington manikin in any case. On the off-chance that he had honest to goodness charitable desire to use his personal riches and impact to help his kin and his nation he would have taken influence not by clandestine subversion backed by the Chicago mafia, but by open majority rule, as it implies. Presently he has dug himself a cesspool of a pit and he is driving his nation by the nose into the pool with him…

Poroshenko the Chocolate Baron does his job well in Ukraine and he will have a place of reverence in the west, alongside Georgia’s, ex-president, Sassy the Saakashvili…

Posted by Kyle Keeton
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