Dateline Ukraine – The NEW Cold War, The Grand Chess Board

Submitted by Pachamama
Photo Credit: 4 News

Photo Credit: 4 News

The schizophrenia of Western leaders and policymakers reminds us of their ‘illustrious’ forebears in Ancient Rome, particularly Nero and Caligula. For it was Caligula (37AD – 41AD) who named his horse as pro-counsel and Nero (54AD – 68AD) whose location of extreme madness at the centre of world governance remains infamous, even after nearly 2000 years. The proximity of this culture of insanity is not unlike the normalization of the madness of Bush (the younger) and Reagan, in more recent times. If we wanted to be charitable to Obama and then proceeded to draw parallels to the Libyan Roman Emperor, Alexander Serverus (222AD – 235AD), based solely on their supposedly mixed racial characteristics, a straight line of insanity to high office could be drawn directly to Barack Obama. Indeed, all Presidents of the USA were, are and must be, mad dogs of war.

At the end of the ‘last’ Cold War, Bush, the father, Reagan and Clinton promised Gorbachev of the former USSR that they will not bring NATO to Russia’s borders. However, as soon as there were sure about the formal dismantlement of the Soviet Empire they proceeded to do exactly that, with a number of states of the former USSR either joining NATO or becoming members of the European Union (EU) or both.

NATO is now a global military alliance. The Cold War might have ended but the blood-lust of the hidden controllers of the world and their faceless stooges who front these dark obsessions continues apace, for them, war could never end. War is a big business. For Western world leaders, war is an ever present variable. Whether hot or cold, terrorist of fascist, proxy or declared, diplomatic or cultural, war is their central occupation.

Western expansionism on the one hand and a misreading of the true nature of Empire, by the then President of Georgia, on the other, led to a brief war with Russia that resulted in the ‘annexation’ of South Ossetia and Abkhazia – 2008. Not even this slap in the face of the American educated, former President, Mikheil Saakashvili, by then Russian Federation President, Dimitry Medvedev, could moderate the ideological commitment of the West to continue the Cold War against the Russian Federation, aimed at obtaining unrivalled global dominance under the guise of a transformed relationship, it was a trick! This same trick has been used for centuries – war by stealth. The onslaught on Ukraine by the West was centrally aimed at denying Russia a wider presence in Crimea, a warm water port and access for its Black Sea Fleet. They initial intention, in the short-term, was to punish their Russian ‘colony’ – like it was under the drunkard Boris Yeltsin – for preventing the removal of President Assad in Syria. These are the movement of pawns on the Grand Chess Board, that in the long-term, are aimed at the military encirclement and checkmating of Russia.

Ukraine, before it recently rejoined Russia, had centuries old, cultural and historical ties. Up to fifty percent of the population spoke Russian. Crimea has a Tartar-Turkish-Islamic minority population which the West, no doubt, will soon find cause to arm, urging them to break away while bringing further instability within the newly defied Russian borders, like has long been happening in Chechnya. It is the West, unable to beat anybody in a declared war, with the help of the satrapies in the Gulf, which are exporting Chechnyan terrorists all over the world as an instrument of a vicious and endless war. They will use these illegal and immoral forces as they seek what are called in diplomatic circles, ‘political concessions’ from Russia and other countries. But they shall fail, again. And their Empire will be laid waste. Not from outside but internal collapse.

The then democratically elected government of Ukraine was well known to have been supported by Russia. Even so it was the Russians themselves who supported tripartite arrangements with the EU. They argue that Ukraine should neither be Western influenced nor Russian influence. That it should be a neutral state and that no offensive forces were to be on Russia’s borders. But this was not to advance the hidden Western objectives for the political and economic destabilization of Russia itself, as a medium to longer term goal. In addition, this noble proposal could not bear fruit because the Western leaders saw it as a diplomatic defeat. A defeat that would have forestalled their strategic objectives.

The West then proceeded to topple a democratically elected government showing a nakedness that says to all world countries ‘we only like democracy when it serves our interests’. For them, this is not new, only more exposed for the world to see. In doing so, the West, supported rabid, rancid, Rights Sector, fascists. People whose forebears were the lovers of Adolf Hitler, himself. The Jewish influenced and significantly owned Western media has no problems with this constellation of forces. Because it is alright to kill Jews, burn synagogues and preach antisemitism when the larger goals of some elites are at stake. They are and always have been, mere pawns, in this Great Game, nothing else. All this when, in many European countries, citizens cannot even question the popular narrative of what is now called the Holocaust.

So we had the opened, Western-backed removal of a duly elected government, Crimea rejoining Russia, all influenced by the Western determination to step up the war against Russia and China in a quest for absolute global hegemony. The countries whose growing power threatens to end Western cultural dominance of the world. And the Western game of chicken aimed at forcing the Russians to back down and subjugating their interests, international prestige and territorial integrity to Western demands, is getting more and more dangerous.

Western and Southern Ukraine, in borrowing a page out of the EU-USA-CIA-NATO playbook. They are rightly demanding not to be governed by a putsch government, an illegal government. They are demanding self -determination, democracy and to be a part of Russia. They are demanding a referendum to gain mass approval. To Obama and the EU this is a travesty. For the West, this scenario was alright for South Sudan. It was alright, as they planned to dismember Iraq. Annexation was and still is good for Syria. It was always good for Palestine. But, it is not right for Scotland. It is not good for the Basque regions of Spain. It is not good for the Italian provinces that want to go their own way. And it will never be good for those in the USA, itself, with a growing number of states demanding a separation from Empire. You see, the breaking up and the bringing together of people into countries must be in the interests of Empire and the corporates which form the leading edge of imperialism.

This Russian situation is likely to get far worse before Obama and his pantomime of cowards cave. And they must cave! These armchair warriors lack the courage to have a direct confrontation with Putin. Russian is a strong country with tens of thousands of thermal nuclear weapons. The Americans are not well known for challenging any worthy opponent. They like to beat up on small countries which can’t defend themselves. Russia is the largest country on earth. Not even Napoleon nor Hitler could subdue Russia. And this mere boy Obama will do no better either. So they will resort to ‘sanctions’ and more sanctions. Russia will consider the imposition of sanctions, in themselves, as a declaration of war. And Russia has an inalienable right to self defense. However, this timid ‘jestering’ is more likely to harm the bleating European sheeple, like Britain and Germany, more than Russia. A self-inflicted wound! But the so-called Western Alliance has sleep-walked into a vulnerable position on the Chess Board. It is a position where it is impossible for them to win and a draw is unlikely. They will be checkmated!

This represents the endgame for the Anglo-American Empire, regardless of the outcome of this current crisis. Remember, this is about gaining political concessions from Russia. Maybe an agreement, the West is hoping, that they could find leverage to persuade Russia to resume selling oil and gas in US dollars. That Russia will recognize the US dollar as the international currency of last resort. That Russia will veto efforts by the BRICS to form a parallel international monetary system. These concessions will amount to leveraging Russian resources to fight wars on the Russian Federation itself. They will mean that Russia is to surrender international prestige and power to western capitals. In other words, Russian must defeat itself for the Anglo-American Empire to continue.

But the Anglo-American Empire has no other options and time is fast running out. People are loosing confidence in the American financial system. Total national debt, including the unfunded liabilities, exceed 200 trillion. It is essentially, unrepayable. Should the USA not be in a position to print useless paper money and did it not have the largest military on earth to enforce acceptance of the dollar, a military larger than the combined next 10 world countries, the USA would have, no more relative global power than the Caribbean island state of Barbados.

So the West continues to posture. To up the ante. Vice-President Kerry and the CIA director are encouraging the putsch government in Ukraine to further antagonize Russia, treat the Russian speaking people in the east and south of Ukraine as ‘terrorists’. People you are making a persuasive claim for self-determination. A self-determination not intended to further Western interests. So if they are not to be the friends of the West they are to be deemed terrorists, like if Empire hasn’t had the coziest of relationships with all kinds of despicable characters already. They are to be AL-Queda, the last Western boogeyman, for Empire must always have a ‘demon’ to ensure its very existence.

The case of Ukraine is likely to reveal Western finance capitalism and the Anglo-American Empire to be checkmated, in geo-political, geo-strategic terms. This crisis will end with the West unable to go to the bathroom unless they first seek permission from other players. They have no will to fight a war against any worthy adversary. They have no resources. They nations are war wary after the exploits of the polymath, George Bush and his Neo-cons. Their economies are broken. They couldn’t even win against broken back countries like Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria. How could these people even dream of fighting a real country? It must be the insanity of Obama. Thinking that he could keep his promises to the hidden rulers of the world. A job which Bush started. One he promised to finish more intelligently. A war which could mean the end of all wars, and all of us too.

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  • Gerald Celente: Banker Suicides the Prequel to Global Collapse

    “Last week on, February 17th, Dennis Li Junjie jumped to his death, shortly after lunch, from a the roof of the Asian headquarters for JP Morgan – he was only 33.

    In the last eight months there have been at least 12 reported deaths of bankers perishing under questionable circumstances.

    High stress banking careers are being blamed for the recent suicides. However, the answer may not be that simple.

    Returning to the program, via Skype from his New York office, to give us insight into these deaths is Gerald Celente publisher of the Trends Journal.”

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  • This is stuff from the very top drawer fellows.

    The chap Celente is a boss…. The man has eyes to see ….LOL sounds like Caswell’s cousin.

    Based on his presentation, it seems that Bajan brass bowls are small bit players when it comes to inept incompetence and graft…..compared the the REAL jackasses running the global systems.

    What ‘suicides’ what?!?
    Every fella who fall 30 stories did not commit suicide…..many just know too much, talk too much, or just plain involved with the wrong crowd… Just like Saddam committed ‘suicide’ by having “weapons of mass destruction”….

    As Bushie said…. ‘Bout here bad, but out there even worse…..

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  • Is it any coincidence anyone thinks why Russia has been downgraded to BBB – one above junk? All of the international agencies are controlled by the West. A clash of civilizations at work here you think?

    On Saturday, 26 April 2014, Barbados Underground wrote:

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  • @David
    Is it any coincidence anyone thinks why Russia has been downgraded to BBB – one above junk?
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    ……and Barbados says “‘welcome to the club”

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  • This man Celente laid it on thick but there are some nuggets of truth worthy of discussion.

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  • Since the assault on the Balkans by NATO and the US many writers were developing the angle that Pacha has presented. They were establishing bases to encircle the Russians. I have no choice but to agree. Somehow the Serbs were pitted against the Croats and the Muslims and the rest of the world were made to believe that the Serbs were involved in empire building and genocide …. I wonder what Novak Jokovic, Jelena Jankovic and Ana Ivanovic think of all this now …

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  • I marvel at the skill of someone who can draw a parallel or link from Caligula to Obama and somehow skip over Genghis Khan ; Atilla the Hun; Charlemagne; Hannibal or even Canute (not necessarily in that order).

    One thing I agree with is that there was a miscalculation by the present Ukraine “leaders” about Russia’s reaction to the removal of the former sticky fingered leader. There was an agreement between his Gov’t and the Opposition forces that there would be an election in some months which would have probably seen the removal of the former President. This agreement was immediately broken by some elements within the Opposition who wanted power immediately. This group has some characters among its leadership that harbour some fascist ideas which would be repugnant to many in the West. The US should exercise caution about whom it embraces among the present Ukraine leadership in its search for “democracy” but politics make strange bedfellows. The insurrection in the Ukraine is along ethnic lines as the Russian speaking populace believe that they are hard done by the those who speak Ukrainian and have found it increasingly difficult to obtain services in their own language. They believe that they are being relegated to second class citizenship in their own country and think that ties to kith and kin would solve all of their problems. We have not seen the same response by the Russian speaking population in the Baltic States i.e. Estonia, Latvia or Lithuania and no one has asked the Tartars in Crimea how they feel about the Russian takeover since they were the victims of Russian dislocation and genocide just a few generations ago.

    Back to this interpretation……In this version of history there is no mention of the Soviets support of the coup that toppled the then Gov’t of Afghanistan which led to a civil war which led to a Soviet invasion of the country which led to the rise of the Mujahedeen who were supported by the US who drove out the Soviets and the mujahedeen gradually warped into the Taliban who found comfort with Osama who attacked the US which forced the US to react and so it goes…..Any American support of Chechnya is a fallacy as they have learned their lesson from the experience with the Mujahedeen and that is why they Assad is still in power since they don’t trust the elements in the Opposition and it is better to deal with the devil you know rather than the Taliban down the road.

    Nowhere in his support for Assad does he mention that his ascension to power was as a direct result of his father Hafiz’s Baa’th Party seizing power and slaughtering thousands of Syrians in the conflict and even that Assad was going to be content to be an Optometrist until his older brother died and his father then groomed him to take over. The West has hereditary dynasties, the Arabs have hereditary dynasties… plus ca change……

    No where do I read about the border conflicts between China and Russia which have bloodied the Russians’ noses on a few occasions and caused the Russian bear to retreat to his cave brooding about whether he should take on the Chinese panda. The Russians may be looking West to their peril, perhaps they should keep an eye on their eastern neighbour.
    Speaking of war didn’t Russia install missiles in Cuba aimed at the US?

    BTW notwithstanding the author’s long harangue about the prospect of war between the testosterone infused Putin and the weakling Obama the US and Russia have an agreement which provides for the reduction of each countries nuclear arsenals.

    Last time I checked it was still in place.

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  • Power struggle..

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  • There is no recent history of the USA aggressively taking on a country which has a full suite of weapons. Yes sanctions is an option but who gets hurt?

    On Saturday, 26 April 2014, Barbados Underground wrote:

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  • @ David
    It is worse than that. The weak countries they have taken on have beated them or at least fought them to a draw. However, in war it is always best to get others to fight your battles on their territories, do the dying. And this is what the US has tried to do in recent times. The result of any war is always unclear, too high a risk, too much to loose!

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  • What is sad as the mid term approaches and the swan song will soon be played for Obama is that the peace he propagated in his movement for change which all and sundry bought into and washed him into the White House, he will leave the world in the same turmoil he found it. On queue the ME has flared up.

    On Saturday, 26 April 2014, Barbados Underground wrote:

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  • Sergeant

    “The testosterone infused Putin and the weakling Obama”

    Sergeant that’s pure unadulterated dog crap…. President Obama has exhibited strength, resolve and resilience, throughout his presidency and he must be; therefore, commented for his handling of national security as well as the foreign affairs. And additionally, Obama, has returned to the White House: its respectability as well as the intellectuality, in view of Bush’ imbecility which made him the obvious laughingstock of many. And finally, there is old native American adage, which states that: “It’s only when you walk a mile in an other man’s shoes; you’ll understand what he has been through.”

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  • We should have wiped them out to begin with. We told Britain to shove it. We dropped the A-bomb on Japan. If Truman hadn’t intervened, we wouldn’t have the North Korean problem we have today.

    I say; stay out of the fight, and leave the idiots kill themselves off as long as it doesn’t affect us, and if it does put an end to it fast.

    I like U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt’s foreign policy: “speak softly, and carry a big stick.”

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  • RE David | April 26, 2014 at 1:49 PM |

    THERE WILL BE NO PEACE UNTIL THE PRINCE OF PEACE COMES

    EVERYTHING IN THE WORLD IS PROGREESING JUST AS IS TO BE EXPECTED

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  • Truth is the first casualty of war, and it is again. It does not matter that for hundreds of years leaders have used mis-information to get us into wars. And only vested interests benefit, everytime! Still, most will believe officialdom or even used the war that is and was religion to justify more war.

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  • @Pacha

    Your last comment is bang on. Who can forget USA and Bush leading the charge in Iraq because it was declared weapons of mass destruction existed. Then the dishonesty and temerity to switch justification for destroying Persia by stating get Sadam the dictator.

    On Saturday, 26 April 2014, Barbados Underground wrote:

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  • @ David

    Russia’s credit rating is one above junk. Barbados’ credit rating did you know IS JUNK.

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  • @LOOK

    You have established you are a worthy member of the club and it is not the Parrot Club either.

    On Saturday, 26 April 2014, Barbados Underground wrote:

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  • @ Racehorse

    The United States, did you know stayed out of WWII until the attack on Pearl Harbor (1941). Japan DARINGLY invited the United States to enter that war. The United States invited itself into the Korean War. The United States however in that war, Korea was supported by both the United Nations and NATO. George Bush, sad to say embarrassed the United States when entering war with Iraq. George Bush now stays hiding as does Owen Arthur in Barbados.

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  • @ David

    Should correct your writing, does not make sense. LOL

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  • Dompey…….don’t worry, Sargeant can never fit into or walk in Obama’s shoes.

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  • Once again former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Paul Craig Roberts offers up some perceptive analysis of the imbroglio in Ukraine:

    Moving Closer To War

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    As Washington and NATO are not positioned at this time to move significant military forces into Ukraine with which to confront the Russian military, why is the Obama regime trying to provoke action by the Russian military? A possible answer is that Washington’s plan to evict Russia from its Black Sea naval base having gone awry, Washington’s fallback plan is to sacrifice Ukraine to a Russian invasion so that Washington can demonize Russia and force a large increase in NATO military spending and deployments.

    In other words, the fallback prize is a new cold war and trillions of dollars more in profits for Washington’s military/security complex.

    The handful of troops and aircraft that Washington has sent to “reassure” the incompetent regimes in those perennial trouble spots for the West–Poland and the Baltics–and the several missile ships sent to the Black Sea amount to nothing but symbolic provocations.

    Economic sanctions applied to individual Russian officials signal nothing but Washington’s impotence. Real sanctions would harm Washington’s NATO puppet states far more than the sanctions would hurt Russia.

    http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2014/04/26/moving-closer-war-paul-craig-roberts/

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  • @Dompey
    Sergeant that’s pure unadulterated dog crap….
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    Why don’t you look up the meaning of sarcasm donkey…..

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  • It is naive to expect that Putin will sit back and allow Ukraine to be sucked in to NATO and all that goes along with it.

    Please define ‘geopolitics’ anyone.

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  • @ David
    It is worse than that. Indeed, Russia has already sat back and watched many bordering states join a hostile military alliance (NATO). Russia is almost completly surrounded already. Look at the map and you’ll see. But for Empire having everything is never enough. The real point here is that Russia has no option than to resist.the total encicirclement of NATO. So Russia must fight now or die later. These are the terms of empire. You know if the West controlled every square inch of earth they would find peoples on other planets to be at war with.

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  • @Pacha

    Russia is encircled like Israel?

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  • No. That entity imposed itself on the region

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  • Pacha…..with the help of Europe and the same US.

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  • LOOK | April 26, 2014 at 4:21 PM |

    “Japan DARINGLY invited the United States to enter that war.”
    There is information to suggest that the US antagonized the Japanese and cleared the way for the attack on Pearl Harbout, hear.

    “George Bush, sad to say embarrassed the United States when entering war with Iraq”
    So the US was embarrassed … Do you have any idea how utterly ridiculous this sounds …? I wonder if Black and indigenous Americans, Panamanians, Chileans, Cubans, Yugoslavians, Vietnamese, Nicaraguans, Jamaicans, Colombians, Haitians, Mexicans, Iraqis, Libyans, Afghans and Canadians (1812) feel about this … huh?

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  • Seems you have to be wearing blinders to believe the primary goal of US foreign policy is to bring the benefits of democracy and freedom to all the world’s unwashed masses as opposed to protecting and maximizing the profits of corporations and the 1%.

    From Alternet:

    35 Countries Where the U.S. Has Supported Fascists, Drug Lords and Terrorists

    The U.S. is backing Ukraine’s extreme right-wing Svoboda party and violent neo-Nazis whose armed uprising paved the way for a Western-backed coup. Events in the Ukraine are giving us another glimpse through the looking-glass of U.S. propaganda wars against fascism, drugs and terrorism. The ugly reality behind the mirror is that the U.S. government has a long and unbroken record of working with fascists, dictators, druglords and state sponsors of terrorism in every region of the world in its elusive but relentless quest for unchallenged global power.

    Behind a firewall of impunity and protection from the State Department and the CIA, U.S. clients and puppets have engaged in the worst crimes known to man, from murder and torture to coups and genocide. The trail of blood from this carnage and chaos leads directly back to the steps of the U.S. Capitol and the White House. As historian Gabriel Kolko observed in 1988, “The notion of an honest puppet is a contradiction Washington has failed to resolve anywhere in the world since 1945.” What follows is a brief A to Z guide to the history of that failure.

    Continued at:
    http://www.alternet.org/world/35-countries-where-us-has-supported-fascists-druglords-and-terrorists?page=0%2C1&paging=off&current_page=1

    As the highly decorated US Marine Corps officer Major General Smedley Butler said on the record after his retirement from the marines:

    “War is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives.

    A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to the majority of the people. Only a small “inside” group knows what it is about. It is conducted for the benefit of the very few, at the expense of the very many. Out of war a few people make huge fortunes.”

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  • Ukraine cuts water supply to Russia’s Crimea
    Ukraine have closed the sluices of the North Crimean Canal, halting water supply from the Dnieper River to the peninsula, Ukraine’s Unian news agency reported. Supplying water to Crimea can be carried out through a backup plan, the Prime Minister of Crimea, Sergey Aksyonov, said Saturday. “Crimea will not be left without water! There is a backup plan. There are no problems with drinking water. Agricultural producers will be compensated for the losses,” Aksyonov said on his Twitter page. Crimea had received 85 percent of its fresh water through the canal, which stretches from the Khakhovka Reservoir towards the city of Kerch on the east coast of Crimea terminating just short of the city. Earlier there were reports that Ukraine had suspended the water supply to Crimea, but the state department of water services denied these reports. Crimea voted to break away from Ukraine and become part of Russia following the coup in Kiev in February.

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  • There are those who are of the assumption, that America is this predatory opportunistic empire bent on world dominance. And perhaps, part of the assumption is correct. Who knows? Now, I am not here to defend American foreign policy, and quite frankly, it doesn’t interest me one iota.
    Nevertheless, I must ask this very important question though: in what way has America profited/ benefited from the war in Afghanistan? The only real benefit I see America gaining from this war, is to established a strategic position in Afghanistan; to keep a vigilant eye on the Al Qaeda terrorist who traveres back and forth.

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  • And yes, America, as well as so many countries in our world today, looks out for self above anything else. Now, the wars in Iraq as well as Afghanistan, cost the American taxpayers close to a hundred million dollars a month. And you can be certain that America will exact some kind of reciprocity for her efforts.

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  • BARBADOS TRIPADVISOR.COM

    send barbados army to sort it out.!!!

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  • First of all no one called the US to go to Iraq, it was pure greed consumed the Bush Gang and of course England would tag along to see what was available to steal, to this day i am pissed my son could have lot his life twice because of lies and greed…….what reciprocity what

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  • Remember invading Iraq was based on a 10 year MBA dissertation which will define Colin Powell’s legacy, forever!

    On Sunday, 27 April 2014, Barbados Underground wrote:

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  • Most all individuals, countries too have an UNREMOVABLE PAST. George Bush and the Iraq War is an unremovable past as is Michael Misick in Turks & Caicos and Jean-Claud Duvalier “Baby Doc” and ex-wife Michelle Bennette in Haiti. In Toronto, Ontario (Canada), Rob Ford is theirs, an UNREMOVEABLE PAST. In Barbados, it is indeed Owen Seymour Arthur, well yes, David Thompson too. Barack Obama is not the best the United States could or should have but not the worst. Barbados could do better than Stewart but without Owen Seymour Arthur. There is nothing like a good laugh, Owen Seymour Arthur.

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  • The action is heating up in the Ukraine.

    The reality is whoever wins there is a division down the middle of the country which runs deep, pro-Russia or pro-Western. This will be a struggle.

    On Sunday, 27 April 2014, Barbados Underground wrote:

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  • listen upp u guys each side have they dark side but the russian govt has failed out many times in sustaining or being able to financially support the countries that they have been aligned to,,,,,,e,g cuba,,,, this ukraine issue ,, pro or con would not give russia no upper hand if they win the battle against america,,,,,as in the syria case america objective was to replaced the tyrant assad,,,russia steps in and use some soft touch of diplomacy,,, to protect assad a.,.s as i see it the diplomacy so far has failed,,,america is beginning to get impatient as ass,ad tries to hide behind( time) slowing down the rapid time frame which he was given to work within the policies which was set out,,,,,the same principle and procedure is at play with this ukraine issue, TIME , in the end time would ran out for both countries lead by the russian govt regime giving america the go ahead with the popular approval of public support to do whatever is necessary for the security of both countries and its people…….

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  • Military & Defense More: North Korea

    8 Ways Kim Jong-Un Has Blindsided The US

    When Kim Jong-un took power in December 2011, many experts saw his ascent as an opportunity for the West to transform the last bastion of hard-line communism, believing that the untested leader would shy away from confrontation with the U.S. and even South Korea.

    Instead, North Korea’s leader — believed to be about 30 years old — has "proved to be more ruthless, aggressive and tactically skilled than anyone expected," Peter Sanger of The New York Times reports.

    Here are a few things North Korea’s supreme leader has done in the past 18 months to surprise and unnerve the U.S.:

    Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/8-ways-kim-jong-un-has-blindsided-the-us-2014-4#ixzz308HDai00

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  • @ David
    Why pick on poor Jong-un. What about the gentlemanly types who send other people children to fight wars for profit, while their NEVER go, like Dick Chenny, for example. Or the war profiteers who sometimes create wars just to rob the government of an increased defence budget allocation. Certainly, Kim could not be that bad, could he?

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  • @Pacha

    The little guy executed his uncle, you be the judge.

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  • LOL. Obama has executed hundreds of innocent people with drones this years alone.

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  • At least Kim knew his uncle, Obama don’t even know the people he kills routinely.

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  • @ Well Well

    There will always be greed somewhere in the mix. Putin’s reason for attacking Ukraine is just purely greed. Barbados stole from that old woman, Violet Beckles; that you must surely know was pure greed. Mia Mottley, of course you know was/is involved in that Britton Hill Arch Cot Land mess as was/is both David Thompson and Owen Arthur linked to CLICO; all is/was just PURE GREED. BLP members (Owen Arthur, Mia Mottley & Dale Marshall) all benefited from VECO and VECO likewise benefited from them.
    All should have a permanent resident at the new Dodds Prison in St. Philip: Owen Arthur, Mia Mottley, Dale Marshall, George Payne, Gline Clark and more.

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  • Keeping it real!

     

    World Bank Whistleblower Reveals How The Global Elite Rules The World

    The goal is control.  They want all of us enslaved to debt, they want all of our governments enslaved to debt, and they want all of our politicians addicted to the huge financial contributions that they funnel into their campaigns.  Since the elite also own all of the big media companies, the mainstream media never lets us in on the secret that there is something fundamentally wrong with the way that our system works.

    Remember, this is not some “conspiracy theorist” that is saying these things.  This is a Yale-educated attorney that worked inside the World Bank for more than two decades.  The following summary of her credentials comes directly from her website

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/world-bank-whistleblower-reveals-how-the-global-elite-rule-the-world/5353130

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  • John Pilger: The Strangelove effect – or how we are hoodwinked into accepting a new world war

    I watched Dr. Strangelove the other day. I have seen it perhaps a dozen times; it makes sense of senseless news. When Major T.J. ‘King’ Kong goes “toe to toe with the Rooskies” and flies his rogue B52 nuclear bomber to a target in Russia, it’s left to General ‘Buck’ Turgidson to reassure the President. Strike first, says the general, and “you got no more than 10 to 20 million killed, tops.”

    President Merkin Muffley: “I will not go down in history as the greatest mass-murderer since Adolf Hitler.”

    General Turgidson: “Perhaps it might be better, Mr. President, if you were more concerned with the American people than with your image in the history books.”

    The genius of Stanley Kubrick’s film is that it accurately represents the cold war’s lunacy and dangers. Most of the characters are based on real people and real maniacs. There is no equivalent to Strangelove today, because popular culture is directed almost entirely at our interior lives, as if identity is the moral zeitgeist and true satire is redundant; yet the dangers are the same. The nuclear clock has remained at five minutes to midnight; the same false flags are hoisted above the same targets by the same “invisible government”, as Edward Bernays, the inventor of public relations, described modern propaganda.

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    Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the US has ringed Russia with military bases, nuclear warplanes and missiles as part of its “Nato Enlargement Project”. Reneging a US promise to Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev in 1990 that Nato would not expand “one inch to the east”, Nato has all but taken over eastern Europe. In the former Soviet Caucuses, Nato’s military build-up is the most extensive since the second world war.

    In February, the United States mounted one of its proxy “colour” coups against the elected government of Ukraine; the shock troops were fascists. For the first time since 1945, a pro-Nazi, openly anti-Semitic party controls key areas of state power in a European capital. No Western European leader has condemned this revival of fascism on the border of Russia. Some 30 million Russians died in the invasion of their country by Hitler’s Nazis, who were supported by the Ukrainian Insurgent Army, the UPA, responsible for numerous Jewish and Polish massacres. The UPA was the military wing, inspiring today’s Svoboda party.

    http://johnpilger.com/articles/the-strangelove-effect-or-how-we-are-hoodwinked-into-accepting-a-new-world-war

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  • Russia opposition politician Boris Nemtsov shot dead

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-31669061

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  • Obviously another vile act by the agents of the Western hegemonic elites who are willing to do anything to implicate and smear the Putin regime with these base acts of state sponsored murder.

    This is such a blatant act of Western subterfuge.

    Has someone hijacked my nom de plume

    May he rest in peace and his cause continue apace.

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