Is Ukraine Crisis A Bankster Psy-Op?

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Ukrainian rally for peace outside the parliament building in Kiev on March 17, 2014 a after the referendum on independence in Crimea.

The goals of the ruling elite never change in thousands of years. They always despise the millions of people they rule over, and even those they don’t.

Though they rule with outward pomp and circumstance, inwardly they are “raving wolves.” They have no empathy for human beings. They think nothing of killing 10 million people in phony wars under the pretense of patriotism.

Our Brandon Smith did an excellent job in his column Ukraine Crisis: Just Another Globalist-Engineered Powder Keg, explaining how the globalists and banksters have been fomenting crisis in Ukraine for years and how they played both sides against the middle in other major conflicts. Further proof can be found in the result of the orchestrated “coup.”

Elected Ukrainian pro-Russia President Viktor Yanukovych was ousted after he rejected the International Monetary Fund’s demands to raise taxes and devalue the currency. So the U.S. and the EU installed central banker and hand puppet Arseniy “Yats” Yatsenyuk. A Forbes article described Yats as “… the kind of technocrat you want if you want austerity, with the veneer of professionalism. He’s the type of guy who can hobnob with the European elite. A Mario Monti type: unelected and willing to do the IMFs bidding.”

In the wee hours of the morning of March 2, the U.S. took possession of Ukraine’s $1.8 billion (estimated value) gold reserves. That’s partial payback for the $5 billion the U.S. invested in dragging Ukraine toward the EU. It’s also gold the U.S. can pass on to Germany, which has been seeking to have its gold — supposedly held by the Federal Reserve — returned.

Recall that after the U.S. sacked Iraq to overthrow a dictator, free its people and find “weapons of mass destruction,” it confiscated that country’s gold reserves. The U.S. then abandoned Iraq and left it to fall apart into chaos and anarchy and terror bombings.

It treated Libya even worse. In order to “help” the Libyan people, President Barack Obama used NATO to bomb whole cities. It sacked Libya’s gold reserves (150 tonnes, estimated) and disappeared, leaving the country ruled by gangs and al-Qaida-related terrorists.

But Moammar Gadhafi had to be overthrown not because he was a dictator, but because he planned to quit selling oil in U.S. dollars.

President Barack Obama responded to Russia’s support of Crimean secession with sanctions, seeking “to hold accountable individuals who use their resources or influence to support or act on behalf of senior Russian government officials.”

Yet those sanctions, according to a report, affect only those who are Russian President Vladimir Putin’s domestic rivals.

It’s becoming increasingly obvious that the Ukraine situation is an orchestrated crisis. It’s directed history orchestrated by the globalists. Ukrainians will likely end up like Iraqis and Libyans, destitute and living in a lawless society.

Putin and Obama are merely pieces on the globalist chessboard. Empires and wars throughout history have been built and fomented upon myths and deception.

Personal Liberty

Bob Livingston

founder of Personal Liberty Digest™, is an ultra-conservative American author and editor of The Bob Livingston Letter™, in circulation since 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom.

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