Death Follows McCain To The Ukraine As Armenia-Ultimatum to Screw Over Russia Fails Again for the EU and the U.S.

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It has become obvious that what’s going on in Ukraine is an extension of the cold war as the U.S. and the EU try and peddle a modified version of the Armenia-ultimatum to their people. Sound complicated? It’s not really. What’s going on in Ukraine is an economic proxy war that has turned sour.

The trade deal that the EU has offered the Ukraine is garbage. To find out how bad it is all we have to do is look at why Armenia ended up telling the EU to shove it when they tried to jam the same deal down their throats.

In September 2013, Armenia called off an Armenia-EU Association Agreement after they found out that the trade deal was not really about easing trade restrictions with the EU but about screwing over Russia, and themselves by extension:

“The apparently smooth progress towards a final deal came to a shuddering halt in early September, when President Serzh Sargsyan met his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin and announced plans to join another economic bloc, the Moscow-led Customs Union. Membership of the grouping, which currently includes Russia, Belarus and Kazakstan, would require Armenia to adopt a different set of trade tariffs and agreements which EU officials say are not compatible with the Association Agreement.

“Despite this, President Sargsyan says Customs Union membership would not conflict with the EU accord, which he argues could be uncoupled from the DCFTA.

“‘Armenia is ready even now to sign an Association Agreement with the EU,’ Sargsyan said in a question-and-answer session after addressing the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe on October 2. ‘Sadly, our partners in the European Commission have said there is a clear contradiction between the Customs Union and the agreement on a free trade zone.… We have suggested that we could sign just the Association Agreement, which mainly covers political reforms.’….

“‘There has recently been a lot of talk about the civilisational choice facing members of the Eastern Partnership initiative. We have always stated that we don’t believe it’s right to view the issue in those terms.’”

What the EU wanted Armenia to do is equivalent to telling someone that they can come over and play at your house as long as they are willing to permanently tell the rest of their family to fuck off! Insanity!

As someone who is aware of the history of its people and the region, knows the game at play, and those involved, I can honestly tell you that anyone that is arrogant enough to tell Armenians to screw over Russians for a dangling carrot is one dumb MOFO. After all, everyone knows that what the EU offers hasn’t really worked out too well for the citizens of some of its periphery members, such as those in Greece, Spain, Cyprus, Ireland, or Portugal.

The main thing we need to know about what’s going on in Ukraine is that it’s based on our indefinite growth based economy – the EU and the U.S. needing to grow to maintain their crony capitalistic system because if they don’t the bubbles will pop. This is what the Ukraine deal is about, a self-consuming economic model that must devour everything in its path to maintain power.

As for John McCain, death, destruction, and corruption follow him everywhere, so if we’re wise, we wouldn’t allow this shill to make any more speeches on other people’s soil but instead arrest him for treason in the United States.

Of course Russia is interested to keep Ukraine close to Russia politically, economically but it does not use its pressure to be interpreted as an intervention in internal affairs of Ukraine. It is in the contrary.

“We watched today what is going on from the Eastern Europe. Europe parliamentarians are coming to Kiev demonstrating and even camping. Polish parliamentarians are camping in Kiev in Maidan, main square of Kiev city.

“And so yesterday Russian TV showed John McCain arrival to Kiev and he brought with him some luggage, diplomatic luggage, eight big bags: one of them only was set for … [his] diplomatic car and the seven other big bags were placed in Ukrainian cars and they said that it is money. Huge amount of money brought to spread, to support opposition.

“I asked where is international law? How is it possible to intervene in such ugly way in the internal disturbed situation in Ukraine?

“Money, money and all this was spread [among opposition] and made based on huge amounts…

“So I think that not Russian intervention but European, American intervention, direct appearance in demonstrations, appearance among oppositions, take and flow, making some speeches, encouraging for revolution.

“That I can say, I as a former diplomatic, my job, I cannot even imagine such kind of behaviors are suitable for current international law…”

Marine calls for John McCain to be arrested and tried for treason at town hall meeting

If you would like to know what’s really going on in the Ukraine than the following three videos will do a good job explaining it. In the first, James Corbett gives us a short rundown of what’s taking place (the segment of interest takes place between 1:30 to 5:20). In the second, Amy Goodman hosts an interview and debate between two guests: “Stephen Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian studies and politics at New York University and Princeton University; and Anton Shekhovtsov, a Ukrainian citizen and University College London researcher who has just returned from observing the protests in Kiev.” And in the third, a chaotic debate on CrossTalk between three guests: John Laughland, Tony Halpin, and Dmitry Babich.

Who is Behind the Ukrainian Riots? – New World Next Week

Debate: Is Ukraine’s Opposition a Democratic Movement or a Force of Right-Wing Extremism?

CrossTalk: Radical Ukraine

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  • Rhoid Rager

    Inflation–#1 US export since 2008 TARP Bowl.

  • Cortacespedes

    McCain and Ukraine rhyme.
    Ima write-ah song.

  • BuzzCoastin

    The Ukraine Riots
    they in the super bowl this year?

  • Tchoutoye

    Not so much a Cold War as a Lukewarm War.

  • Juan

    Same old shit; shoulda known.

  • misinformation
  • Testing Onetwo

    Has Disinfo now become a fully owned subsidiary of Russia Today? Can’t wait for the fair and balanced Sotchi coverage next week.

  • Andy Dilks

    Good summary – some disinfo readers appear to have a problem acknowledging the US’s penchant for meddling in the affairs of other nations and have a habit of accusing anyone who points this out as “pro-Russian” or something equally fatuous like “America bashing” – hardly a good starting point for a coherent discussion of the facts

    • LilSquirel

      *Good summary *
      of Russian propaganda tactics

      *US’s penchant for meddling in the affairs of other nations*

      trying to process information
      system fault
      010101

      how is a free trade deal with the EU any plus or minus for the US ?
      they don’t ‘meddle in the affairs of other nations’

      however Russia menacing to invade is quite … melodramatic

      please point out one example of ‘meddling’ with bad intentions from the US

      On the other hand Russia meddle a lot too, always with bad intentions
      always rolling the tanks in and killing peoples

      I think Libya is a good example of positive meddling

      Iraq, granted, is negative, but it was not meddling at all, it was open war,
      openly acknowledged as such, due to Saddam involvement in 9/11

      At least the US declare war when it goes to war
      Can’t say the same for Russia (remember Georgia ?)

      • Andy Dilks

        “please point out one example of ‘meddling’ with bad intentions from the US” Do you really need a list of CIA orchestrated coups, their covert support for brutal dictators etc?

        “I think Libya is a good example of positive meddling” Oh dear oh dear – Libya is in tatters since that “intervention”, don’t you know?

        “At least the US declare war when it goes to warCan’t say the same for Russia (remember Georgia ?)” Yes I do – the unprovoked attack by Georgia on South Ossetia by a US-backed force, which Russia responded to fulfilling their UN mandate.

        Do try to know a little about reality before posting such nonsense in future.

        • LilSquirel

          You do realize Libya was in tatter before THE REBELION, because unless you live on another planet, there was NO INTERVENTION, only a NO FLY ZONE, to prevent the DEATH OF ONE THIRD OF THE LIBYAN POPULATION

          And yes, I do know EXACTLY what happened during the Libyan conflict. I didn’t read it in the news, unlike you. I even know exactly why the Arabian league supported the no fly zone.

          I don’t need a list, the list is freely available out there. The U.S. government doesn’t hide his track and knows it’s not beyond reproach.

          I dare you to find similar openness on the Russian and Chinese side. Let alone Muslim countries.

          *unprovoked attack by Georgia on South Ossetia*

          muhahaha. LOL. You’re the joker supreme !
          Now Georgia invaded Russia ?
          South Ossetia was part of Georgia, there was always conflict between them.

          if you recall in the day of the USSR the Russians reorganized things, it led to some problems when the USSR dissolved.


          I didn’t look at that issue in detail, but sound as lovely as the irish-british-scottish love relationship, LOL

          seriously, even if you break the world down to cities, peoples will still complain.

          But let’s make one thing clear, Russian interest is no ‘pure’. As for that big American intervention force complete with nuclear missiles, I failed to see it on the radar, sorry.

          *Do try to know a little about reality before posting such nonsense in future.*

          Yep, you should do some reading, you are hillarious

  • kowalityjesus

    Do we need to recall the history between Russia and Ukraine in the 20th century? Many, many millions dead. Maybe 20 million. If Ukraine has to pick sides, I think it has more than a little reason to keep its distance from The Motherland.

    In related news, you’ve got to hand it to Putin that he has quite a pair of balls. When criticized in 2002 by a French journalist at a EU summit over military actions against Islamic fundamentalists in Chechnya, he said “If you want to become an Islamic fundamentalist and be circumcised, come to Moscow, we are multiconfessional. We have many specialists, and I can recommend one for the operation. He’ll make sure nothing grows back.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5Rkom1RpKA 1:05:05

    I like the comment by one youtuber on that video “I am 100% certain that Putin has stared into a man’s eyes as he killed him with his bare hands”

    Regardless, thanks for the perspective Salviad! :D

    • LilSquirel

      *”If you want to become an Islamic fundamentalist and be circumcised, come to Moscow, we are multiconfessional. We have many specialists, and I can recommend one for the operation. He’ll make sure nothing grows back.” *

      He said something similar to a guy who complained of no fire alarm bell in his village during the massive Russian forest fires some years ago. he said he would find him and deliver the bell to his doorstep, no matter where he hide.

      If some madman accidentally ‘damage’ Vladimir Putin, no one will mourn.
      That guy got many enemies, and no friend at all. No one that trust him.

      • kowalityjesus

        from that documentary, it seems like he has played the political game since square 1. Lol, one of the guys commenting said that ‘Putin is a cunt, but he’s a good cunt.’ I honestly have a favorable opinion of the guy, I don’t see how he can be genuinely evil/psychopathic, and he seems WWWAAAAYYY more transparent than a lot of American politicians, e.g. Obama. That guy is a fucking mystery man, phony to a very high degree.

  • LilSquirel

    Perfect disinformation. How much does Russia pay you to write that crap ?

    How would a free trade deal be ‘screwing up’

    On the other hand, a custom union with Russia sounds weird.
    Does it means each time you charge customs you give half to Russia ?

    Oh, and yes, customs would be contradictory with free trade
    because free trade definition is absence of customs (import export taxes)
    between the partners nations
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  • Avram Cohen

    I wish warmonger John McCain a slow burn in hell were he belongs!
    Thank you to the people of Arizona for this POS traitor!

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