The 14 Words

Saturday, 28 December 2013

‘Ukraine is being blackmailed into EU’

John McCain’s pre-Christmas trip to the Ukraine was eerily similar to his secret summer jihadi jaunt to Syria – threatening the country with sanctions and collective punishment if they did not comply with western wishes.

As if the embarrassment suffered by Americans wasn’t enough when he traveled to Syria for a photo-op with terrorists and kidnappers, promising guns and a military strike to insurgents in the Middle East. 

As if the humiliation wasn’t palpable in Egypt where US Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham travelled to Cairo to try and spring the deposed Islamist dictator Mohammed Morsi from prison.

Yes, McCain topped himself once again, doing his best impression of Al Sharpton in Kiev when he attempted to stir up the street mobs for Washington’s political ends – even threatening the Ukrainian government that they will face crippling sanctions if they sign a new trade agreement with Russia and do not submit to the almighty European Union.

McCain proclaimed loudly to the pro-EU rally in Kiev, 

“I am a Republic, Senator Murphy is a Democrat. We are here together speaking for the American people in solidarity with you.”
Solidarity? Really?
“Ukraine will make Europe better, and Europe will make Ukraine better.”

Millions of Americans are secretly hoping that John McCain will relocate permanently in the Ukraine, saving US voters from having to suffer any more from watching this political train wreck from Arizona.

21st Century Wire’s Patrick Henningsen talks with RT about the threatening tactics being deployed by the US and Europe against the Ukraine, as well as the dangers faced by the Ukraine’s economy and society as a whole, should the country become swallowed up the new EU Soviet. The only difference between US/EU actions against Syria and the Ukraine – is the absence of a military card against Kiev…

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