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tedbrent Post time: 2014-3-15 07:00
. I admit that I dis Putin, dude. But I think Russia is invading a place that doesn't  ...
I admit that I dis Putin, dude. But I think Russia is invading a place that doesn't belong to Russia.

US Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich says US instigated Ukraine CrisisMarch 7, 2014  12:46 PM EDT


Former congressman says that “U.S. taxpayers’ money was used to knock off an elected government in Ukraine”By Staff Writer

WASHINGTON (INTELLIHUB) — Tuesday evening while speaking to Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich dropped information on the situation that is rarely heard in the mainstream media.

In the interview, Kucinich revealed that the United States government was guilty of funding some of the violent rebel groups who have overrun the country.


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So, it’s the USA’s fault that Putin rolled in? We made them do it?” O’Reilly replied.

“Bill O’Reilly, if you don’t believe in cause and effect, I don’t know what I can do for you,” Kucinich said.




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abramicus Post time: 2014-3-16 11:53
Why do it when Cameron is available?


  Defence cuts have weakened  Britain's Nato standing. Other Nato members  should come to the fore this time.  Nato can only be a force to be reckoned if all the members get united and have a same voice.

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sansukong Post time: 2014-3-16 16:02
I don't get it. Do you have to pin blame on America on every issue?
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What if Ron Paul says you ar a thug? Then you are a thug according to Ron Paul? You think he is right all the time? Man,  you must be another victim of rote-learning and groupthink. Critical thinking counts more, okayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy?

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sansukong Post time: 2014-3-16 16:02
I don't get it. Do you have to pin blame on America on every issue?
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  America has more than one party. Ron Paul is a Republican;  that explains everything

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sansukong Post time: 2014-3-16 16:02
I don't get it. Do you have to pin blame on America on every issue?
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Ron Paul is said to have been one of the crusaders of Tea Party movement. You know what does that mean? It means a partisan like him would do anything to despise the Democratic Party. I think you know Obama is a Democrat, huh?

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sansukong Post time: 2014-3-16 17:14
China and Russia are equal strategic partners ... unlike the relationship between the U.S. and Jap ...


You are an accommodationist and revisionist . Russia and China can't be strategic partners because Russia never sees China as a comrade. Why? Everything comes down to lineage and shared cultural values. China is not a Russian-speaking nation nor the Chinese and the Russians belong to the same race. Only some Chinese minorities living in Xingjiang can be called semi-Slavs.

  Actually, lineage and cultural heritage pale to national interests and personal ambitions. Lots of Slavic nations have been the victims of  totalitarianism expoused by the Soviet Union; even China called the Soviet Union big brother.

  I think Putin is trying to restore Russia's image as BIG BROTHER, albeit that's a wild-goose chase.  Putin may have decided to use Russia's abundant gas supplies as his trumpet card to deter  other Nato members. His rationale was most Nato members would  not choose to get tough on Russia, thanks to their economic interests in this region.

  China should be a fence-sitter on this issue. It would be totally foolish to come out swinging .

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tedbrent Post time: 2014-3-16 17:50
America has more than one party. Ron Paul is a Republican;  that explains everything
America has more than one party. Ron Paul is a Republican;  that explains everything

Really?  What about when ......
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Note: Translation...(not absolute)...

Democratic presidential candidate accuses US of provoking Ukrainian crisis

Published time: March 05, 2014 17:28

Edited time: March 07, 2014 10:35

Dennis Kucinich. (Reuters / Jonathan Ernst)

Dennis Kucinich.(Reuters / Jonathan Ernst)

Diverting from the typical Western line against "Russia’s invasion of Crimea," former Ohio congressman and Democratic presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich said it was driven by covert action by the United States.

Kucinich made the comments Tuesday evening while speaking to Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, arguing American meddling in Ukraine’s affairs is what sparked the current situation in the first place and that Ukrainians were being exploited by Western powers.

Asked how he’d handle the tense standoff if he were president, Kucinich said the following:

"What I'd do is not have USAID and the National Endowment for Democracy working with U.S. taxpayers' money to knock off an elected government in Ukraine, which is what they did. I wouldn't try to force the people of Ukraine into a deal with NATO against their interest or into a deal with the European Union, which is against their economic interest."


"So, it's the USA's fault that Putin rolled in? We made them do it?"O'Reilly asked.


"Bill O'Reilly, if you don't believe in cause and effect, I don't know what I can do for you," Kucinich said.

In February, Kucinich penned a column for the Huffington Post in which he argued the Association Agreement floated between by the European Union would be used to draw Ukraine “into the broad military arrangement with EU nations,” ultimately giving NATO positioning in a country bordering Russia.

When now-ousted President Viktor Yanukovich turned down the EU agreement to move closer to Moscow, pro-Western protests erupted in Kiev. Eventually, Yanukovich fled the country, resulting in a split between pro-Russian populations in Ukraine and those in favor of closer ties to Europe.

"From what I'm hearing, you're blaming the USA for subverting Ukraine in the first place, thereby giving Putin a pass to go in and invade," O’Reilly said.


"That's close," Kucinich responded. "We should be concerned about the Ukrainian people, because they're being used right now. They would be used by the IMF in a new austerity program, by NATO to go on the doorstep of Russia."

Perhaps unsurprisingly, there is no consensus between the United States and Russia regarding whether or not the troops in Crimea constitute an invading force. Russian President Vladimir Putin dismissed the idea on Tuesday, saying the soldiers are part of Crimea’s self-defense forces and that Moscow is not looking to go to war with Ukraine.

According to the Associated Press, a White House official said the US is not demanding a full withdrawal by Russia. Instead, he said the US is calling for Moscow to pull its troops back to their normal operating positions and reduce their number to the 11,000 sanctioned by its agreement with Ukraine. According to a report by RT on Tuesday, however, the Russian navy is permitted up to 25,000 troops on the Crimean peninsula.




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