My Latest Intel: Did US Lose in Ukraine? Is Putin the Best Russian Leader? Do People Prefer Conspiracies to Real Truth?
Here are my thoughts on Ukraine that I posted on another website. Below is an interesting article on Ukraine. http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2014/09/obama-defeated-ukraine-status-quo-truce-lines-agreed.html
The author states the premise that basically the Obama administration has thrown in the towel in the quest to control all of Ukraine. The crazies around Victoria Nuland have been defeated first by the quick Russian annexation of Crimea and then by the rebels defeating the Kiev Junta in the east. So in crude terms the west gets the failed state in the western part and Russia gets the destroyed state in the east (although Russia declines to accept it formerly as part of Russia). So the logic of this article makes me believe that the US and Russia will work to manage the de facto division of the Ukraine as it morphs into a sort of West Germany/East Germany situation. Of course it’s not that simple because what about the other pro Russian regions, including Odessa and Kharkov. It just smells like the US and Russia have an understanding in Ukraine. If the area west of the Dnieper River gets close to the west and east of the river de facto if not de jeure joins Russia which would include Odessa and as long as the western part remains demilitarized and void of Nato then I think it’s great. If that’s how things settle down and there’s more or less peace then it’s a great victory. It appears that Russia scored another impressive diplomatic coup like they did to stop the crazies in Syria last year. Vladimir Putin just does not make mistakes. If things continue like they are for the remainder of Putin’s presidency then he will go down as the greatest Russian leader ever, period. I’m not making hyperbole here. All the talk about Putin and the NWO is really idiotic. It’s great though that you are countering it. Here are three reasons to support the premise of the article.
1. Poroshenko got nothing in his trip to the US
2. The Nato summit, despite some of the hostile rhetoric, was a real dud with nothing substantial regarding Ukraine
3. John McCain is really pissed off about the US not sending military aid to Ukraine”
Gary, you are spot on! And I’ll tell you more. This is my latest intel: an understanding between Russia and US about Ukraine WAS reached in exchange for a few minor adjustments by Russia in a different area of the world. I won’t say more at this time, perhaps later… As we know, politics is all about negotiations.
This happened after US/EU lost on several fronts. US and EU will be slowly backing off. It was hinted by one or two high up Russian leaders. The fact that nothing will come out for the West from their Ukraine adventure was my prediction from the very beginning of the Ukraine crisis, if you recall. More can always be found in PREDICTIONS and INTERVIEWS above, as well as under category UKRAINE in archives. But I am stressing again, this will be a very protracted process and US/NATO/EU will continue their threatening rhetoric, if only to save face AND to see if there is another weak link in the Russian world. So, no resting on laurels for the weary ;).
My long-term prediction remains that Ukraine at large will eventually change gears, leaning towards Russia, including Kiev, central and northern Ukraine. In fact, once Kharkov and Dnepropetrovsk are cleared, Kiev WILL follow suit as there is a strong connection between these cities. About 55% of those who create mayhem in Kiev are really from western Ukraine. Also, a large number is from poor villages of central Ukraine. But even in western Ukraine there is more and more dissent and confusion brewing. Just wait till winter comes. EU right now is panicked as to what to do with Ukraine in the winter. Ukraine will be freezing without Russian gas for which they refuse to pay the $5bln+ they owe. Between siphoning of the EU gas and a possible gas valve shut off by Ukraine, Europe is really, really scared. There comes a point when even the bought-and-paid-for EU politicians can’t continue being obedient US lapdogs for fear of a revolution in their own backyard. Hence the impotence and conspicuous absence of the US in the EU-Ukraine-Novorossia-Russia negotiations in Minsk. Of course, the moment Ukraine delegation is back in Kiev, they run to the boss at the US embassy.
You are right about Putin as well, although again I want to stress (reference to the tagged ‘NWO takeover’ article on top) that no one should be put on an attainable pedestal. Not because a person doesn’t deserve it, but so mere mortals don’t experience a severe disappointment when, from their standpoint, that person doesn’t live up to an unrealistic expectation. That said, it’s hard to disagree based on actions alone. Incidentally, Russians agree too, as Putin’s ratings are going through the roof and are officially the highest in the world for almost half a year.
Jean kindly reposted my article to bring my views to the attention of her readership. See it here: Lada Ray: Response to a reader: Is East/West conflict a farce camouflaging NWO takeover? September 20, 2014. That readership’s questions were really the reason for my ‘response to a reader.’ However, judging by some comments on this re-post, it appears many people in the West, present company excluded, are not interested in real facts and real developments as they prefer to pursue some illusory conspiracy theories and muddy their brains with confusion. Instead of the truth, and real facts based on true knowledge, they prefer to substitute one illusion for another.
This makes me wonder if what I say in my articles and predictions is falling for the most part on deaf ears, and if it’s worth continuing my work. Or is it as usual, the smallest percentage that creates most noise and confusion?
Is it worth it for me to continue working to enlighten, explain and reveal the truth? I really do hope all my work till now wasn’t for nothing. I do genuinely wonder at this point.