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January 6th: The Failed False Flag Meant To Blame Russia (And YOU) Using CIA Grown Azov Battalion

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7 Replies to “January 6th: The Failed False Flag Meant To Blame Russia (And YOU) Using CIA Grown Azov Battalion

  1. Below are some excerpts from a 2019 article in The Atlantic about the clown Zelensky and the pirate Kolomoisky, a man who many (including myself) believe to be a key power broker on the Ukraine right.

    “Four days before Zelensky’s inauguration, the oligarch Ihor Kolomoisky boarded a private jet. The fourth-richest man in Ukraine—a figure both accused of ordering contract killings (which he denies) and hailed for fending off Vladimir Putin—was returning home from self-imposed exile in Israel to the city of Dnipro. The plane descended toward a skyline dominated by Kolomoisky’s monumental construction, the Menorah Center, seven marble-and-glass buildings in the shape of a candelabra: the largest Jewish community center in the world. Before returning to his native city, he told reporters that he “will not be the shadow leader of the country and the gray cardinal.” It was the sort of denial that suggestively implies everything it ostensibly refutes.”

    “Kolomoisky can allegedly dictate the votes of a large faction in Parliament, which provides Zelensky with decisive legislative support.”

    “He joked to me that Zelensky’s performance made him want to “bring back Poroshenko,” the president who had nationalized his bank in the first place. He texted Melkozerova pictures of protests outside the central bank and predicted that Zelensky would face larger protests soon. “They don’t want to give back the bank in a good way,” he told her. “We’ll make it happen in a bad way then.””

    I have collected a great many articles about Don Kolomoisky, below are links to some of the more interesting, entered in the order in which they were published, that trace notable events in his escapades between the end of the 2014 coup and the present.

  2. Patrick’s video seem to me to be legit the more and more I see. He does not direct the questions (which doesn’t mean it’s not tricked of course) and the answers are rarely fully pro-Russian. Most of the times people don’t know what side is attacking them and just want the shelling and killing to stop. A lot of residents manifest the wish for a free Ukraine without influence from outside powers including Russia. If it was russian propaganda, it would be praising Russia a lot more and depicting Ukraine’s force in a darker fashion. In other word, if it was Russian propaganda it would not be efficient. Also, last time i checked, he didn’t have a lot of views. About the Russian passports prior to invasion, if true it would be a good indication that there is no intention to harm civilians. With the info we have right now, for this to be Russian propaganda we would need something like this : Xenophobic groups in Ukraine’s military, governments and other authority positions (funded and trained by the west) say they want to kill and hurt Russian Ukrainien since at least 2014 but are harmless and don’t act on it. It’s Russia hurting Russian Ukrainian since then and skillfully blame it on Ukraine (and convincing almost no-one). Since it works so well for them , Russia start an assault on Ukraine’s civilians and try in vain to blame Neo-Nazis in Ukraine. They hire lots of civilians and create fake war zones to simulate Ukrainian war crimes. Suprisingly, all this propaganda effort only convinces a fringe of people.

  3. No, he did not say “in space”, he said “in spades”, meaning “even more extensively than before”. His pronunciation, like many old men (such as myself), can be a little imprecise, and the term “in spades” may not be so common currently, but that is definitely what he said, which was “we have resurrected that industry in spades.”

      1. Oh, sorry — glad you caught that.
        Precious information you presented — many thanks for that. Your efforts to dig out the truth are practically mind-bending. Keep up the important work.

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