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USA: Yes we interfered in Ukraine! But it is Russia’s Fault…

indexSo it is true that America has intentionally meddled in Ukraine!

I will say it! Now, “I told you so!” I talked about this years ago and got blocked by Ukraine and attacked by US governmental sites after I told you all what I knew from conversations within the American Embassy in Ukraine…

Try the link below and see what I think about the US Embassy in Ukraine. Almost 4 years ago I talked about the meddling…

http://windowstorussia.com/pickpocket-we-all-think-that-it-will_2958.html

U.S. Blames Russia for Leaking Profane Call – Top State Department Official Apologizes for Profane Comment
The U.S. strongly suspects Russian involvement in the leak of a recording of a top diplomat referring profanely to America’s allies, Finger-pointingcomments that lay bare growing frustrations between the U.S. and Europe as they try to forge a solution to the political crisis in Ukraine. U.S. officials didn’t dispute the authenticity of a recording in which U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland, speaking to another U.S. diplomat last…

But! The USA is the one who did this and trying to point fingers at someone else is really a childish thing to do! (He did it! He did it! He did it!)

The USA blames Russia for telling the world that we did such a thing in Ukraine and that it really is okay to try to destroy Ukraine, it is not okay to tell the world that the USA is a piece of crap that is trying to undermine Ukraine and her internal and external affairs…

As far as Russia putting the video online? So what! After all that America is doing and just keeps on doing. I say, “Good job Russia!” It also pays back for the stupid Toothpaste bomb deceleration right before the Olympics. Something that has been known for many years is now brought out as a scare tactic…

I guess Russia has to play those games also and get on the same play ground as America. This became prevalent after the media attacks and lies over the Georgian  conflict that Georgia started and the USA instigated…

I say, as I sigh a deep sigh, “The USA is so pathetic and really people, It is time to disband the US government and start over!”

This time we can try to do it right…

Post by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

We all knew! But it is so much better to hear it from US officials! Ukraine USA Interference…

One Comment

  1. kKeeton Post author | February 7, 2014

    It is good to know that Victoria Nuland, Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs, is not shy about venting her frustrations with the European Union. Like not a few British conservatives or French farmers or Italian cheesemakers, she seems to have a healthy appreciation for the vexations associated with Brussels. “Fuck the EU,” she pithily declares [4] in a new YouTube video that is causing a diplomatic brouhaha. The video, which may have been edited and which appears to disclose a conversation between Nuland and Geoffrey Pyatt, the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, suggests that Nuland and the Obama administration have been machinating to create a new and improved Ukrainian government. Meanwhile, tempers are running hotter than ever in Moscow, where Kremlin adviser Sergei Glazyev is saying that Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych should just get it over with and crush the “putschists.”

    Rather than focus on the contents of the video, the Obama administration is complaining about dirty tricks in Moscow. While Edward Snowden could hardly have been the culprit, the video more than likely came from Russia without love. Nuland is in Kiev this Thursday meeting with Yanukovych to discuss matters like the future of his country, which is alternately being wooed and threatened by both Moscow and Washington. Which way should he turn? As he heads toward the winter Olympics, one of the perks of being president, Yanukovych adopted a lofty tone, saying that the crisis can only be solved by “dialogue and compromise.”

    But the implications of the phone call for America are not to be underestimated. For one thing, it reveals the extent to which the Obama administration is determined not simply to bring the crisis to an end, but also to install a government that it regards as appropriate. White House press spokesman Jay Carney says [5],

    It’s certainly no secret that our ambassador and assistant secretary have been working with the government of Ukraine, with the opposition, with business and civil society leaders to support their efforts to find a peaceful solution through dialogue and political and economic reform. Ultimately, it’s up to the Ukrainian people to decide their future.

    This is piffle. Nuland’s comments show why. Should Ukrainian opposition leader Vitali Klitschko become part of a new government? No, says Nuland. He wouldn’t get along with another opposition leader, Arseniy Yatsenyuk. Nuland announces, “I don’t think it’s necessary. I don’t think it’s a good idea.” But it’s also not a good idea when the U.S. government gets down into the weeds to determine the composition of a new government, especially when the stakes include ousting, or altering, a democratically elected one. Given that Washington has been accusing Moscow of meddling in internal Ukrainian affairs, it’s more than a little ironic that it is doing just that. Senator John McCain, for example, said [6] recently:

    In recent months, President Putin has pulled out all the stops to coerce, intimidate and threaten Ukraine away from Europe. This pattern of behavior amounts to a Russian bid for a kind of quasi-imperial dominance over its neighbors, a newfound assertiveness that has only grown in the void left by the administration’s absence of leadership in other parts of the world, especially Syria.

    But aren’t Ukrainians supposed to determine their own destiny? Isn’t that what this is supposed to be all about? Or is it the job of the American ambassador to act as a local potentate, choosing who does, and does not, get to serve in a coalition government?

    Not a chance.

    What’s more, the fact that the Russians were apparently able to monitor the private conversations of American officials with ease should cause more than a little heartburn in the Obama administration. Maybe Nuland and Pyatt were talking on an unsecured line, but that too would raise a host of questions. For his part, President Obama has resisted any reforms, as far as possible, of the National Security Agency. But the more we learn, the more incompetent American intelligence looks. It can neither process the vast volumes of information that it is collecting nor protect official conversations from scrutiny. America has constructed an intelligence Maginot line.

    The kerfuffle over Nuland’s remarks will go away. But they do provide a glimpse into the conduct [7] of American foreign policy. The louder the Obama administration declares that it isn’t meddling in the affairs of the Ukraine, the more certain you can be that it is.

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