Sveta: My Country…

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“I feel happy. I feel happy for my country for the first time since 1989. I feel kinda like revenge. After 23 years on the knee, my country is getting up and that’s great!” Sveta…

I asked Sveta to write down what she said to me at supper last night. The above quote is what she said. Read it again and come back, please. No read it and understand what she is saying to me and to you…

This is what America has stepped in and since they created the feelings that have been hidden in the first place, those feelings are naturally going to come to the surface when we (America) start the same underhanded techniques again. Russians watched carefully at what was happening in Ukraine and when the west played into the Nazi deck of cards and Germany dealt the hand. A transformation happened in Russia and feelings from so many years ago have leaped to the surface and exploded all over the horizon in Russia…

Putin and the Kremlin never could have asked for a better thing to happen and they most likely could never have charged the Russian people into this state, without the west falling “hook line and sinker” into a trap set in Ukraine. Then the west even expressed the finally act of stupidity and they looked like this, “Senator John McCain stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the leader of one of the rising Neo-Nazi parties in the country.

Yes he (McCain) did and that means, yes we (America) did also…

Sveta is a tried and true Soviet and she like a huge portion of the population in Russia have very strong hidden feelings about what happened years ago and the fact is that everyone is sick and tired of the US and EU trying to shove the western way of life up their ass. This Ukraine intervention has set off a chain reaction…

Crimea is now Russian and according to what I am hearing and seeing, Russians will and are wanting to change and take back what they lost, by the likes of crooked western paid politicians in the first place…

The more that the US and the EU push, the more resistance that Russia will mount in return and will build that wall of defense higher and higher against a financially devastated western world. The Russia people have reached that point of no return, something Americans have not had to deal with, for way to long and have forgotten what it is like to do without. Russians will thrive and survive without and since they do without many times now. They already have the west beat, hands down…

Sveta truly was beaming at the fact that the Krim or Crimea as some call it, was brought back into the Russians arms, for safe keeping. The Krim has a deep place in Russian history and I saw the love for the Krim many times as I listened to people talk about the past as Soviets there…

Why to my surprise and to many Russians surprise, Gorby weighed in to the situation:

Nobel Peace Prize winner Mikhail Gorbachev welcomed the outcome of the referendum in the Crimea. He considers that the conditions for joining the Crimea to Russia has been met. He said, “The majority of the population in the Crimea, hailed the end of the Ukrainian country.” and thus he also said, “The people (on the peninsula) want it, and that means that you have to meet up with them.” and this also, “The people have had the opportunity to say in a referendum their opinion, and that is a good thing!”

Bottom line of all this is simple…

The more the west pushes, lies, cheats, plays games and acts two faced and is immoral. The chances of Ukraine’s eastern and southern half becoming Russian, grow exponentially…

For when the devil is on your door step, it is time to bitch slap him, back across the pond…

Post by Kyle Keeton
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