The Plan

Dark clouds rumble in the distance, as though they are suffering from acute indigestion.
They look threatening, and without being countered by a fresh, lucid breeze, they could drift over to blacken the entire sky, spit hell fire, and vomit on all of us. The way things are going perhaps we deserve it.

When one reflects on the Ukrainian affair and how it was handled by the USA and the EU, the word 'fiasco' easily springs to mind. But maybe what seemed to be a lack of intelligence, foresight, and above all, diplomacy, might have been all part of the 'Plan'.
After all, it was essentially an internal affair.
The former elected President, Viktor Yanukovych, rejected the idea of the Ukraine joining NATO. In his view there was already enough mutual cooperation, and the Ukraine also had to consider its military coordination with Russia. Yanukovych also appreciated that joining NATO would understandably create friction between the Ukraine and its close neighbour, Russia.
Naturally this makes sense, but the West, encouraged by the multi-billionaire who had, in anticipation, already invested in the Ukraine, thought otherwise, and protests were encouraged to counter the Ukrainian President's wishes to turn more towards his Russian neighbour economically and socially.

The demonstrations, coined the 'Euromaidan', lasted some months, and eventually led to the overthrow of Yanukovych.
A new government was established, but not democratically. There was no time for that. A coalition government was set up in March, 2010, with considerable help from the West. It was therefore naturally in favour of Europe and NATO, and only too eager to turn its back on Russia.

The ex-premier Tymoshenko stated in 2010 that lawyers who contributed in forming the substituted coalition government received bribes of $5 million dollars each. In June of that year Yurly Lutsenko and again Yulia Tymoshenko maintained that opposition deputies had been offered $1.5 million with $25,000 per month if they joined the coalition.
This volt face caused protests from the pro-Russians in the Ukraine, and unsurprisingly provoked riots which eventually spurred the Russian annexation of Crimea. Since then Russia has been subject to economic sanctions. They are probably more harmful to European interests than to Russian interests.

That's the rough backdrop, and the American pretext to treat Russia as the 'enemy'. So while Obama and Soros fan the flames of such dated differences, and pretend that Putin is the evil foe, they also encourage Europe and certain democratic nations such as Australia, to virtually do away with their border control to generously welcome migrant 'friends'.
The initial pretext was to give assylum to war-torn refugees, which would have been noble, but since then the term 'refugees' has been subtly changed to 'migrants'. This change of name was necessary because it's painfully obvious that most of the migrants are not refugees. There are very few women, children and old people compared to the influx of mostly young male Muslims. Curiously there are no Christians, no Copts nor Kurds. They seem to have been forgotten, and in any case the Kurdish men and women are too busy fighting ISIS in the front line. Strangely the EU, the USA and NATO show no concern. Ironically it is mostly the Christian populations in Syria and elsewhere who continue to be persecuted by radicals armed by Turkey, which also means the USA.

This then is the incredible scenario. The inane, pretended project, to assure the future populations of Europe, the USA and Australia, etc., with the help of male Muslims, is in reality only a recipe to create conflict and chaos, as we are now seeing, and as I have already alluded to. How can it possibly be otherwise?

If the situation were not so serious, it might even be amusing, because nothing is going according to the make believe plan, which is in fact a time bomb. The EU has agreed to, or has been bribed into, wearing a very big bomb belt over which it seems to have no control regarding the detonation.
Obama's unbridled vanity has made him reveal his true loyalties and objectives. This, on top of her own serious errors of judgement, may also have contributed to diminish the chances of H. Clinton's being elected US President.
Obama's false friend Erdogan is irrevocably ruining his nation which risks to become a totalitarian Islamic menace.

The famous plan, or ticket to Dystopia, has become so obvious to most thinking people of the world, that those who are still contributing towards this objective look ridiculously sold-out. Angela Merkel is ruining her reputation as well as the nation she represents. Cameron saved himself in extremis. Hollande must cease to blindly follow Obama and think more about cooperating with Russia, if he wants to finish his mandate a shade more worthily, rather than even more miserably.
Needless to add, at this crucial period the UK should start getting its priorities right. It should no longer look for political guidance from the EU, or from the USA, certainly whilst Obama still presides.

The world must stop being persuaded that Russia is an expansionist enemy. As far as the Ukraine is concerned, if the tables were turned, if we were dealing with a fictive nation of which a considerable number of the population identified itself culturally with the USA, and wished to conserve its identity, Obama would have been under tremendous pressure to defend the interests of that community. In this respect Putin has shown considerable restraint.

Not to cooperate with Russia to fight a common enemy (ISIS) is dangerously absurd. On the contrary, it is the only rational solution to remedy all the problems, including the underlying problem of Syria. It is obvious the only possible strategic key. To obstinately continue this stupid scenario also for the sake of an inane plan which is so harmful, a plan that is only a megalomaniac's vain pretext to create a nightmare of chaos, using Muslim migrants as the catalyser, is unpardonable.

Very recently Pope Francis was not afraid to say that we are at war. 'I'm not speaking of a war of religions, Religions don't want war. The others want war'. He wasn't even referring to the war with ISIS. He was referring to the war of financial interests, of resources. The real, underlying war, the rabid, evil pursuit of economic power.

Text and image © Mirino. July, 2016

1 comment:

Mirino said...

This was written over a year ago. Since then Pope Francis has made his position clearer, which is also disconcerting. No one who has been surreptitiously pushing for globalism seems to be losing any sleep about the many thousands of African migrants drowned in the Mediterranean for the sake of an illusion, an invitation to work in Europe for a less than minimum wage. None of those encouraging the greatest inanity of our epoch show any real concern for the constant negative consequences in European nations. The status quo thus continues.