By The People

There are fundamental flaws in how American government operates today,
contrary to the Constitution and the vision of a representative republican form of governance.
I intend doing something about it: by educating and informing others who
are not even aware of the dangers.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Ukraine: Freedom or Serfdom?

While most of the news is focused on the missing Malaysian flight 370, and the Russian Federation taking control in the Crimean region of Ukraine, we are being bombarded with rhetoric from our government about how Vladimir Putin is violating international law and the constitution of the Ukraine.

There are many mysteries to be uncovered regarding the missing plane, but very few regarding why Putin did what he did, and where he really stands. Yes, he is formerly Soviet KGB, and generally a pretty tough character. But his is neither arrogant nor stupid. Russia's Gasprom has vested interest in Crimea, and the Ukraine's economic problems have placed Russian interests in jeopardy. Ukraine was being swooned by NATO and the IMF, as allies and debtors to the banking cartel. And the fuels that flow through the Crimea were surely the only decent collateral that the Ukrainian government could offer for massive loans.

It really is hard for me to agree with my own representatives when they seem to think that I am dumb enough to buy the rhetoric of war mongers. I have not witnessed a war in my lifetime that was in direct defense of our liberty or our lands. What I have witnessed is a government that has systemically moved to a socialist oligarchy that these political pinheads have duped most Americans into believing is progress.

This isn't partisan war mongering. John McCain and now John Boehner have both publicly condemned Russia and support 'sanctions' against Russia. Russia is securing its pipeline and fuel resources from the banking cartel of the west. Good for him. But the 'free' press in American will not present that point of view. No, that doesn't fit in with the agenda of the globalist bankers.

As I was about to close down for the night and enjoy some music, I noticed a news article claiming that Barack Obama has issued yet another unconstitutional executive order claiming the right to seize the assets of anyone (including American citizens whether here or abroad) if he 'thinks' you may be supporting the Russians.

Well, I am an American, a patriot, and a liberty-loving, Constitution carrying member of no party, and I commend any president who has the intestinal fortitude to stand against the takeover of the natural resources and economy of a nation by placing it in debt to the IMF. Maybe Obama needs to give his Nobel Peace prize to Putin?

Perhaps we need an Icelandic revolt against the banks to get our economy back on track. Along with changes in Washington so we can get back to a constitutionally limited, representative republican system of governance. And stop being the police force for the globalists.

Now that I got that off my chest, I'll sleep better.



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  2. Wow, you either know very little, are a Russian shill, or simply consumed too much of that Russian propaganda. Most half-baked blogs like this seem to be parroting RT. You go ahead and admire Putin while he genocides the Crimean Tatars like his predecessor, and continues to attempt to oppress the other Slavs. Also, it's Ukraine, not the Ukraine. You think someone so well versed in global politics would know better.

  3. I appreciate your commentary, while I care little for your accusations. I wrote what I know to be true. If you have information regarding genocide, please include such reference sources for me and the Esteemed Readers of this blog.

    And I do not follow RT as a source of information. I follow the money and see who will profit. I did not say I admire the man, I stated that I 'commend any president who has the intestinal fortitude to stand against' the IMF.

    If you are offering information that I do not possess, I thank you for enlightening me. If all you have to offer is your opinion, you are surely welcome to it, just don't make accusations regarding my intentions without being capable of backing them up with facts.

  4. Both sides were offering to lend Ukraine 15 billion that it needed. So it was going to be in debt to either IMF or Russia. IMF had requirements for the loan that would make it possible for Ukraine to have a sustainable economy, because without that IMF knew Ukraine could not pay back their loan, as they haven't in the past. Russia however had no stipulations, and didn't care that Ukraine would become ever more dependent on Russia without fixing anything. The people wanted the European Association agreement that came with the IMF loan. The president promised this to the people. Everything was going smoothly until November when he did a 180, dropped the EU deal and took the Russian loan. This is when the people took to the streets. Yes the people wanted the loan that was going to make them work harder at fixing their country because they knew it was a good thing in the long term.

    You obviously seem to know very little of the details of how all this got started, and are just on some anti IMF rant.

    Crimea was ethnically cleansed by the Stalin regime. They can't do it as easily now so they're just fucking with the people till they leave.

  5. Russia built the pipeline. They are defending it. NATO/IMF are the problem not the solution.