By trying to intervene more than necessary, Europe and the United States could make the situation worse. The West should recognise that the Northern part of Ukraine showed it alliance preference to the West but that the developments in Kiev suited Russia down to the ground to fuel the emotional connection with the Russian ancestors.
The region is very large and could easily be split in two or even in three. It would be more importation to get those regions independent but willing to work together. Some may not let an opportunity slip by when Tyagnibok, chief of the ultra-nationalistic association Svoboda, and his accomplices would succeed in splitting Ukraine in two, that others can easily join the part of Ukraine extending from the left bank of the Dnepr River, Crimea, Odessa and Nikolaev regions to Russia. The wind of history may “blows them good”, and Christians should look in their Holy Books, what is written about the situation coming closer to the end times and how the North shall come down to the South. Why should we try to work against the prophesies made in the Bible?
The self-defence militias in Crimea say their aim is to safeguard public order and prevent “provocations”.
They and the West should be looking more carefully for the threat of “fascism” which is their buzzword, but not so innocent as it may seem.
The West also should learn its lesson, seeing the dangers what can come over them when more people also shall come to recognise how governments misused the population and used the taxes to enrich themselves. The previous man in charge may have fled to Russia after he ruined the country, but people do not seem to see the alliance he has with the same comrade. eyes of people are often blinded by lots of promises. Those who can see beyond the fog-curtain better show those citizens what is really behind that curtain, without willing to press their power onto them.
Please have a look at the video: Swallowing up Crimea, who is next
By Vladimir V. Sytin
The Ukrainian Times
Victory! The State Duma, Russia’s parliament, ratified the treaty on admission of Crimea to the Russian Federation after the March 16 overwhelming vote of more than 96% of the peninsula’s population in favor of secession from Ukraine and joining Russia. At the same time, a recent opinion poll shows that 91% of citizens of Russia approve of the reunification of Crimea with their country.
On the instructions of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev government officials are going to invest 88 billion rubles
in the Crimean economy. The Russian ruble has become official currency in Crimea while the Ukrainian grivna will be in circulation until January 1, 2016.
Commenting on the referendum in Crimea, several tweeters wrote: “Mr. Putin is doing just right thing to protect Crimea from militants. The Ukraine’s so-called PM talks like a terrorist”, “Conveniently, the Ukrainian…
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