March 4, 2014

The Present Ukrainian Crisis Is a Lose-Lose Proposition for Everyone but the Bankers

Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show

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Does the Ukrainian crisis boil down to a case of win-win for Ukraine and ultimately the world? Or, is it a matter of lose-lose? When it comes to leadership, the present crisis is evolving into a decision of the lesser of two evils. And believe me, both options in this present crisis are undeniably evil.
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Many have written to me expressing the fact that the recent coup in Kiev was banker initiated and carried out by the CIA. These people would be correct. Some of these same people expressed the belief that Putin is the new hero of the Patriot movement and this “Christian” will lead the world to ever-lasting peace. These people are partially correct. Putin is opposing the banksters from Basel. However, to call Putin a Christian is to spit on the Cross. Just because Putin has been photographed in a church does not make him a Christian anymore than standing in a garage makes one a car. These strong statements will be validated in this article.
Yatsenyuk and former Secretary of State Rice. The Ukrainian coup has been a long time coming.
Yatsenyuk and former Secretary of State Rice. The Ukrainian coup has been a long time coming.
Some people have written to me and have stated that Ukraine and their new leader, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, are to be praised for their stance against the evil empire of Russia. These people are partially correct. There is not much to trust about Russia as its history is filled with some of the worst human rights violations in history including when Stalin starved millions of Ukrainians to death for daring to speak of autonomy and independence. However, any faith put in Yatsenyuk, is misplaced as he is in servitude to the bankers.
Both Yatsenyuk and Putin are despicable and no self-respecting and freedom-loving American should support either one of these men in this struggle. The crisis in Ukraine is a lose-lose deal for everyone.

The Origins of the Ukrainian Coup

The Orange Revolution which was led by the NED, IRI, Soros and the CIA installed the new prime minister of the country. The masterminds behind this coup are the Rothschild/Rockefeller bankers. They desire to steal the assets of the Ukraine and I will detail what is at stake in tomorrow’s article.
There is not one thing that is grass roots about this coup. Yes, there were a lot of upset Ukrainians because they saw their friends and neighbors gunned down in the street by CIA snipers that they mistook as servants of the former regime. The former leader of the Ukraine did himself no favors when his troops fired upon civilians as well. Despite the carnage, this is not a ”people’s revolution”. When Senator McCain said “We are all Ukrainians”, he meant to say, “You are being ruled by psychopaths who have sold their soul to the Rothschild/Rockefeller banking cartel”.

The Rise of Yatsenyuk

On the surface, Yatsenyuk appears to be a reformer andsome of his former moves are obviously calculated to make him popular with the citizens of the West. For example, in July of 2010 Yatsenyuk drafted law which proposed to fine officials for violating the law “On Appeals by Citizens“, thus holding officials personally accountable for ignoring the complaints of citizens. Yatseniuk is against privatization of state property. Sounds good doesn’t it? It does sound good until you consider that Yatsenyuk worked in the Aval bank, which has strong international ties to the IMF and the World Bank and its primary mission is to “manage” pension funds.  And if you have been paying attention, pension funds are fair game for this generation of the Rothschild/Rockefeller banksters. Mark my words, this man will steal his countryman’s pension funds when ordered to do so by the banksters. This is one of the reasons that he was chosen by the West to lead Ukraine.
For almost 18 months, November 2003 to February 2005, Yatsenyuk served as the first vice-president of the National Bank of Ukraine under Serhiy Tyhypko.  After Tyhypko left his position at the bank, Arseniy Yatsenyuk was put in charge of the National Bank. Yatsenyuk is an insider. Predictably, Arseniy Yatsenyuk headed talks about Ukrainian membership in the World Trade Organization. Yatsenyuk also heads the Ukraine-European Union commission. He is a bankster through and through and if he is permitted, he will hand Ukraine off to the vultures of the IMF and the World Bank.
If the Ukrainians think they have debt now, under Yatsenyuk, the party has just begun. For if he is successful in forging a Ukrainian membership in the EU, debt slavery awaits the Ukrainian people.

“Al Capone” Is the President of Russia

For those that think that Putin is a desirable alternative to the banksters should consider the following Putinisms which stand as a testament to his absolute moral depravity and thuggery. He is KGB, in then he morphed into a key member of the Russian Mafia along with like-minded thugs of that era. At one time after the fall of Russia, the Russian Mafia was the only viable business alternative (i.e. black market) and it was complete with protection rackets, the murdering of journalists who exposed their criminality and the assassination of politicians who opposed this group of which Putin was a prominent member. Businesses like Life Lock, the identity theft protection agency, owes its existence to Putin and the Russian Mafia. It is the Russian Mafia that has popularized the crime of computer hacking and identity theft.


New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft went public with claims that Russian President Vladimir Putin stole his 2004 Super Bowl ring during his visit to Russia in 2005. All of you naysayers, turn off your computers and save your printer ink, this is too well documented to not be true.
In 1991, Putin, then deputy mayor of St. Petersburg, organized a number of scams involving meat imports into the poor, starving city. This drive is believed by many to have enabled Putin to make himself incredibly wealthy with an amassed fortune of almost $70 billion.
Putin's 9/11
Putin’s 9/11
Putin has even had his 9/11 false flag moment. While trying to drum up a reason to invade Chechnya, the FSB engineered a false flag event by blowing up Russian apartment buildings. Putin seized upon this false flag moment to develop a reputation as a get-tough guy on terrorism, when in fact, Putin is a mass murderer.
The former Mrs. Putin, pictured here, is lucky to be alive. Most don't leave the Russian Mafia and live to tell about it.
The former Mrs. Putin, pictured here, is lucky to be alive. Most don’t leave the Russian Mafia and live to tell about it.
Of course there are those that would cast Putin, including himself as a Christian. If he’s a Christian, I would have to denounce my religion. When Putin was a member of the KGB (i.e. the Russian Mafia), East German Intelligence described him as a philander and a wife beater! Some Christian. Understandably, Putin’s wife divorced him. She is lucky to still be alive.
The above Putinisms are merely a small sample size of a consistent and much larger and verifiable set of concerning behaviors. As a former therapist, I would diagnose Putin as a man who has exceptionally poor impulse control, prone to knee-jerk reactions, one who dehumanizes and depersonalizes everyone he comes into contact with and he lacks complete empathy for others. Putin is the marriage of what psychologists used to call a psychopath and a sociopath. Today, the clinical term is Anti-Social Personality Disorder. Charles Manson, Richard Speck, Stalin and Mao share the same diagnosis. Putin is extremely dangerous and very unpredictable.


Character counts and neither man is a desirable leader. The people of Ukraine are left with a lose-lose proposition. And the rest of the world is likely to suffer as a result.
Attention America, if it takes a war to hand off Ukraine to the banksters, whose kids do you suppose will be fighting to further the bankster goals? Who do you think will be paying for this coming calamity?
The days of the Ukraine are numbered. In tomorrow’s article, I will detail just what is at stake with regard to Ukraine.

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