Ukrainian Protesters

Pro-Russian Demonstrators Burn Books, Storm Buildings In Eastern Ukraine

Pro-Russian demonstrators in eastern Ukraine smashed their way into public buildings and burned Ukrainian-language books on Sunday in further protests following two deadly clashes in the region last week. Protests, some several thousand strong, spread to Russian-speaking southern districts as Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula, under the control of the Russian military for two weeks, voted in a referendum on joining Russia. Violence in eastern…

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UKRAINE RUSSIA NAVY

Crimea votes to join Russia, accelerating Ukraine crisis

Crimea’s parliament voted to join Russia on Thursday and its Moscow-backed government set a referendum within 10 days on the decision in a dramatic escalation of the crisis over the Ukrainian Black Sea peninsula. The sudden acceleration of moves to bring Crimea, which has an ethnic Russian majority and has effectively been seized by Russian…

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Vladimir-Ukraine

Patriot Power Hour w/ Lucifer Bernanke (3/2/2014) – Geopolitical Chess in Ukraine

Is Ukraine a ruse by the West and the IMF, or a power play by Putin? What if both West and East are working together in a tag team against the poor Ukrainians?     Patriot Power Hour w/ Lucifer Bernanke *LIVE* Every Sunday Night at 9 PM Eastern at WakingRadio.com What are your thoughts?…

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Russian Navy

PUTIN’S RED LINE: Ukrainian Navy Has Until 10 PM Eastern Monday Night To Surrender, Else “Face Storm”

UPDATE: Russia Denies It Has Given Ultimatum; Is It All Western Hype? Russia’s Black Sea Fleet has told Ukrainian forces in Crimea to surrender by 5 a.m. (0300 GMT) on Tuesday or face a military assault, Interfax news agency quoted a source in the Ukrainian Defence Ministry as saying. The ultimatum, Interfax said, was issued…

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IMF Ukraine

Central Banker Appointed as Prime Minister of Ukraine

A reshuffled Ukrainian Parliament installed following a coup last week has voted to appoint Arseniy Yatsenyuk as the new prime minister of the country. Yats, as Victoria Nuland, the Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs at the U.S. State Department, called him, is a natural choice. He is a millionaire former banker who…

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Bank Run

Bank Run Full Frontal: Ukrainians Withdrew 7% Of All Deposits In Two Days

  Well that escalated quickly. It seems the ouster of Yanukovych, heralded by so many in the West as a positive, has done nothing to quell the fear of further economic collapse in Ukraine: *UKRAINIANS WITHDREW AS MUCH AS 7% OF DEPOSITS FEB. 18-20: KUBIV *DEPOSIT WITHDRAWALS STILL HIGH IN THE EAST, KUBIV SAYS  …

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IMF Ukraine

New Ukrainian Government Requests $35 Billion In Aid Over Next 2 Years

The Russians had dangled their multi-billion euro carrot – then swiftly removed it pending further details of who is really running the show (demanding a crackdown on the extremists who are trying to establish power). The Europeans have promised an even bigger carrot – predicated on, we presume, total abdication of sovereignty. But now the…

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