Skip to comments.‘Sooner or later Kiev’s army, Right Sector will attack civilians’
Posted on 05/02/2014 12:06:07 PM PDT by PaulCruz2016
People in eastern Ukraine are not pro-Russian, they want a united and federalized Ukraine, a Finlandized Ukraine that is equally distant from the EU, NATO and Russia, and they are being confronted by guns, investigative journalist Pepe Escobar told RT.
RT: We're now seeing Kiev deploying the military against its own people. Do you think the situation requires that?
Pepe Escobar: No, of course not. Flashback, its very important. A few days ago John Brennan, head of the CIA, goes to Kiev, they launch an anti-terrorist operation. Its a huge failure. A few days later US Vice-President Joe Biden goes to Kiev, they launch a second anti-terrorist operation and its a huge failure. So this is a third actually, but it is really serious because theyre choking Slavyansk, and in fact that is a key city where protests are really advanced. It is like the Peoples republic of Donetsk, there is also the Peoples republic of Slavyansk at the moment. Its a huge provocation and in fact this is concomitant to NATO ratcheting up the pressure, saying that We wont go to support Russian aggression. Russia is waiting to see what is going to happen and the Kremlin has already been very explicit: If civilian Ukrainians are killed by the Ukrainian army which is a mix of army and Right Sector militia in fact, then the things are going to be spiraling out of control. And obviously Russia doesnt want that, but this is what NATO wants and what the Kiev government wants.
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Yet more Russian government agit-prop after a day off for May Day Parades
And the russians can say that with 100% certainty because they already have the Ukrainian uniforms and weapons to dress and arm their troops for the false flag op
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