Ukraine: Let’s Get the Facts on the Table

Be sure to take a look at this excellent summary “Ukraine: Let’s Get the Facts on the Table ” by One Citizen’s Opinion posted on March 5th for some excellent insight and analysis…

One Citizen's Opinion

Regardless of political position, everyone agrees Ukraine is in crisis of potentially international proportions.

Western corporate media reporting on Ukraine appears to focus attention on the protest movement, while failing to report all known facts.  Without having all known facts on the table, there is a real risk of reaching the wrong conclusion, based on incomplete reporting.

The following is undisputed by all sides of the Ukrainian issue.

While Viktor F. Yanukovych was legitimately elected as President of Ukraine, many believed he was corrupt.  The accusation of corruption gained credibility after protesters stormed his mansion and discover his lavish home firsthand.

In 1999 Russian and Ukrainian Parliaments ratified an agreement allowing Russia to station military forces in Ukraine.  No one claims the 1999 Russian/Ukrainian agreement was violated.

During the Protests, The U. S. Assistant Secretary of State, Victoria Nuland and U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, Geoffrey Pyatt participated in a phone…

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4 thoughts on “Ukraine: Let’s Get the Facts on the Table”

    1. Thanks for passing that on, the timeline provides another excellent overview of how the events transpired and how they fit into the puzzle. This situation is really not as cut and dried as our media and politico’s would like us to believe. There are a lot of questions that seemed to have been purposely ignored between the role of the Svoboda Party, that has secured several key positions within the interim government, to the role that the Right Sector and other far-right ultra-nationalists played in escalating the violence. The fact that they are allowing the narrative to dis-include any Russian speaking voices is very troubling since it is unimaginable that they are all pro-Putin. It would seem that it will be very difficult to put the genie back in the bottle if the security situation is not addressed quickly. None of these coverups will fair well for the future of Ukraine as a Nation and the People of Ukraine, especially the minorities, will only suffer. The lack of any investigations into the snipers, is completely unacceptable and in itself is criminal considering those sniper attacks were vital to how the new leaders were handed the keys.

    1. Thanks for the update One Citizens Opinion! This should be very interesting indeed. For the sake of the People of Ukraine hopefully there is a “real” investigation, keeping in mind the rumoured suspects are now high level Ministers.

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