PUTIN CONFRONTS THE NEOCONSERVATIVES

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The war between Russia and Ukraine started in 2014 after the neoconservatives, with the help of NATO, organized a coup d’état in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv. This coup d’état is called the Maidan Revolution. A coup d’état is a small group’s violent overthrow or alteration of an existing government. The Maidan Revolution took place in Ukraine in February 2014 at the end of the Euromaidan protests, when deadly clashes between protesters and the security forces in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv culminated in the ousting of elected President Viktor Yanukovych. Victoria Nuland, who is currently serving as Team Biden’s Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, was caught on tape in 2014 planning the coup with the help of Azov, a neo-Nazi military unit. Azov has been waging war against the Donbas region since 2014, killing at least 14,000 residents. The neoconservatives’ goal is to westernize Ukraine and siphon off its resources. Putin feels he is obligated to help the people of the Donbas region and stop the genocide. One of his goals is to demilitarize and de-Nazify Ukraine. Emails from Hunter Biden’s notorious laptop reveal that he helped secure millions of dollars for Metabiota. Metabiota specializes in researching pandemic-causing diseases, according to the Daily Mail, which obtained Hunter’s emails.

The Minsk agreements were a series of international agreements which sought to end the war in the Donbas region. Ukrainian forces declared war on the protesters following Russia’s annexation of Crimea. Ukraine has repeatedly failed to honor the Minsk agreements. As part of NATO’s attempt to westernize Ukraine, it has sought to bring Ukraine under the NATO umbrella. Article 5 provides that if a NATO Ally is the victim of an armed attack, every other member of the Alliance will consider this act of violence an armed attack against all members. Ukraine’s membership would also mean that the west would be free to install nuclear weapons close to the Russian border. So, what we have here is a reverse Cuban Missile Crisis. The original purpose of NATO was defensive, but it has acted offensively in Yugoslavia and Libya. NATO could have avoided this war if it had refused Ukraine’s application to NATO. 

Putin wants to preserve the several Russian gas pipelines going through Ukraine and going straight into Europe. Ukraine has been stealing vast amounts of this gas. Russia gave Crimea to Ukraine in 1954, so Russia took back Crimea because of the two cubic meters of gas found along the black sea. Gas and oil, along with ingredients for fertilizer, are major Russian exports. Without going through Ukraine, Russia’s only route to Crimea is by sea. If Ukraine were a neutral country and not a western controlled country, Russia would have direct access to Crimea. Therefore, the neoconservatives want to block Russia’s access to Ukraine. Russia’s success in Ukraine would be like killing the goose that lays the golden egg for the neoconservatives. The neoconservatives lost enormous resources when Crimea separated from Ukraine by restoring the pre-1954 boundaries. Consequently, to punish Crimea, they dammed the river flowing south from Ukraine, cutting off Crimea’s primary water source. Russia has unblocked this river, so water once again flows into Crimea.

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Published by Kenneth E. Long

Author, college professor of economics, swimming and tennis enthusiast

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