The Ukrainian conflict is a clash between Russia and the West, a struggle between two “civilisational projects”.
Ethnic Russians in Ukraine are under a dictatorial regime that turns them into anti-Russians through terrorism and propaganda.
In Prague, protests against President Zeman are being organised under the auspices of Ukrainian fascists, calling for the death of Russia and President Putin. Facist hordes are ruling the Czech Ministry of the Interior.
The US presidential election was rigged. President Obama is a Muslim.
The Baltic States and Poland face a new aggressor: the United States.
Ukraine’s authorities are out of touch with the people because they came to power through an armed coup.
The US cannot afford a war with Russia due to their many corporate bancruptcies, their low rate of fulltime employment (no higher than 48%), and because 47% of all US citizens don’t have access to emergency care.
Sweden is a conformist and degenerated country with no freedom of speech.
After signing the Association agreement with the EU in Chisinau, Moldovas relations with Russia deteriorated and restrictions on the supply of Moldovan products were imposed. It led to a reduction of Moldovan exports to Russia by 40%. Promises on compensation of these losses by the EU were not fulfilled, Moldovan exports to the EU even fell by 10%.
In response to requests from Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered gas to be shipped from Crimea to Henichesk, a city in southern Ukraine. Russian sites featured a video of Sergey Aksyonov, Moscow’s Prime Minister of Crimea, personally asking the Russian President to respond to a “humanitarian catastrophe unfolding in Henichesk.”
German and Turkish companies are willing to cooperate with Crimea and Turkish authorities will not interfere.
The White House has announced that its sanctions policy against Russia is a failure.