News channels and print media in Britain, Europe and the USA have been full of reports, allegedly sourced from people on the ground in Ukraine, that Russia was building a large military presence in eastern Ukraine, ready for an invasion of the territory.
The push for was is being led by the US military / industrial complext of course, paymasters of The Rent Boy President Barack Hussein Obama must have nearly exhausted their patience with him due to his repeated failures to deliver the major regional conflict in the middle east that he was apparently shoe horned into The White House to generate for them.
Now however, people in Britain and Europe and even some, at great personal risk, in the USA are breaking ranks and telling the truth:
EU spy chief rules out Russian military presence in Ukraine
from Russia Today
There is no large Russian military presence in East Ukraine, head of EU intelligence, Commodore Georgij Alafuzoff, has said. The spy chief has dismissed multiple accusations from the West alleging Russian involvement in the unrest in the region.
In an interview with Finnish national news broadcaster, Yle, Alafuzoff said the Russian military had nothing to do with the seizing of government buildings in eastern Ukraine.
“In my opinion, it’s mostly people who live in the region who are not satisfied with the current state of affairs,” said Alafuzoff, referring to the situation in East Ukraine. He went on to say that the people are worried for the welfare of those who speak Russian as their first language in the region. Continue reading
On the other hand maybe the Russians know there will be no need to invade eastern Ukraine ...
Humiliation for Ukraine's troops as armoured vehicles are SEIZED by pro-Russian militants
from The Daily Mail
Ukraine’s offensive against separatists in the east of the country got off to a disastrous start today, with Kiev admitting its armoured vehicles had been seized by pro-Russian militants.
A column of armoured personnel carriers arrived in the rebel-held city of Slavyansk flying Russian flags, carrying men claiming to be Ukrainian soldiers who had switched allegiance.
The defence ministry in Kiev this afternoon then confirmed that vehicles had been captured in the flashpoint area of Kramatorsk.
‘A column was blocked by a crowd of local people in Kramatorsk with members of a Russian diversionary-terrorist group among them,’ it said. ‘As a result, extremists seized the equipment. Continue reading