Mar 01, 2014

crimea-russia-invasion-fake-ukraine-NATO-NED-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationAccording to The New York Times, EuroNews, and other mainstream outlets, Russia is invading Ukraine’s Crimea.

The pointed warning came after a day in which military analysts struggled to understand a series of unusual events in Crimea, including a mobilization of armored personnel carriers with Russian markings on the roads of the region’s capital, Simferopol, and a deployment of well-armed, masked gunmen at Crimea’s two main airports. I am way too fatigued tonight to write a long, drawn-out article about how this is most likely a false flag “invasion” (similar to the 2008 Russia-Georgia 5-day war) carried out by elements of the CIA, Mossad, and MI-6, and how in 3 weeks we’ll probably see Turchynov eating his tie on live television after the scam gets exposed, I’m just gonna list the links to help you get to that conclusion:crimea-russia-invasion-fake-ukraine-NATO-NED-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-information

“The Russian Federation began an unvarnished aggression against our country,” Mr. Turchynov said in televised remarks on Friday evening. “Under the guise of military exercises, they entered troops into the autonomous Republic of Crimea.”

He said that Russian forces had captured the regional Parliament and the headquarters of the regional government, and that they had seized other targets, including vital communications hubs, as well as blocked unspecified Ukrainian military assets.

Video evidence from the Crimea airport

crimea-russia-invasion-fake-ukraine-NATO-NED-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationcrimea-russia-invasion-fake-ukraine-NATO-NED-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationQuestion: Why are so-called “Russian forces” wearing different clothing underneath their uniforms. They may have been well-armed, but certainly not well-dressed enough to be considered anybody’s military, even Russia’s. Even the BBC questioned who these guys really are.

crimea-russia-invasion-fake-ukraine-NATO-NED-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationcrimea-russia-invasion-fake-ukraine-NATO-NED-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationAnd if you’re thinking, “Hey, maybe that guy forgot to bring his uniform with him or something”, think again:

Eyewitnesses in the regional centre of Simferopol say the group was dressed in the same clothing as those who seized the parliament in Crimea yesterday.

crimea-russia-invasion-fake-ukraine-NATO-NED-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationAnd by the way: Russia’s sticking to their story that they didn’t invade Crimea, only that they put their ships and other assets where they need to be in case NATO decides to attack them.

Russia on Friday denied that it had encroached on Ukrainian territory or would do so. After an emergency meeting on Ukraine at the United Nations Security Council, the Russian ambassador, Vitaly I. Churkin, said that any troop movements were in line with arrangements that allow it to station soldiers in the area.

“We have an agreement with Ukraine on the presence of the Russian Black Sea fleet and we operate under this agreement,” Mr. Churkin said.

Links, we have no idea where these choppers are coming from, and all news reports describe are vehicles and aircraft
with Russian markings on them”, not that they’re issued directly from the kremlin.

American officials said they believed that unusual helicopter movements over Crimea were evidence that a military intervention was underway, but cautioned that they did not know the scale of the operation or the Russians’ motives.

crimea-russia-invasion-fake-ukraine-NATO-NED-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationBeforeIt’sNews jumped the gun too quick – again – and put out a story with a picture that looks 30 years old.

The Wall Street Journal reports that armed militias have taken control of Crimea’s major highways to stop forces from Kiev from entering.

Crimean special forces and local militiamen with Kalashnikovs and masks have hoisted Russian flags and set up checkpoints on the only two highways that connect the Black Sea peninsula to mainland Ukraine.

The men are checking cars traveling in and out of Crimea, a region in Ukraine’s south that was once part of Russia and has become the epicenter of a backlash against the pro-Western uprising in Kiev that has toppled President Viktor Yanukovych.


The report goes on to discuss checkpoints in Chongar, on a major highway that connects Crimea with the Ukraine, were Berkut have raised Russian flags and established checkpoints to ensure that Ukrainian forces do not attempt to enter Crimea.

In Armyansk, another highway that connects Crimea to the mainland, pro-Russian military men have established checkpoints. Source

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BREAKING: Ukraine’s State Border Guard says coast guard base surrounded by about 30 Russian marines

11 combat heicopters have flown in from Russian territory over the Crimea and have landed at Belbek Sevastopol International Airport.

A Russian warship is blocking the port of Balaklava in the Crimea. A Russian Tarantul-Class Missile Boat is seen in the video below blocking Balaklava bay incuding a coast guard base. The ship is the Ivanovets ship # 954 from the Black Sea Fleets 295th Sulinsk Missile Boat Division. It’s a Tarantul lll class corvette and was built in 1988.

crimea-russia-invasion-fake-ukraine-NATO-NED-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-information “Russia Needs A Finland Option” by Zbigniew Brzezinski:

But Russia can still plunge Ukraine into a destructive and internationally dangerous civil war. It can prompt and then support the secession of Crimea and some of the industrial eastern portions of the country.

Mr Putin may choose to ignore the fact that such aggression would guarantee the enduring hatred of Russia by the majority of Ukrainians, irrespective of the short-run outcome of any civil war abetted by Moscow. Russia unlikely to invade Crimea region

… It’s possible they are not Russian, actual Russian official troops. They may be some kind of paramilitary. Remember the Ukrainian army tends to be drawn from the region it’s from. There may be Ukrainian army forces that are more loyal to the Crimean area than they are to Kiev, which is a very pro-Western anti- Russian part of Russia., Brzezinski Urge Putin to Stay Out of Ukraine

“If Russia plays it roughly, if Russia does some really extreme things, such as, for example, seizure of Crimea, then Russia may end up having Crimea, but will forever lose Ukraine. Because, the Ukrainian people are very territorial. They have a sense of their land, and they will never forgive Russia for this,” Brzezinski said.

The Geopolitical History of Ukraine

Ukraine, the most heavily-populated and economically important of the Soviet republics – after Russia – would, understandably, play an important role in the break-up of the USSR in December 1991, perhaps best illustrated by the following brief account (in chronological order) of events concerning same, to be found in “The World Almanac of 1993” (Pan Books) on pages 1 & 2:

Dec. 1 [1991] : “On that day the people of the Ukraine, the so-called breadbasket of the Soviet Union, voted overwhelmingly in favor of independence from the USSR”.

Dec. 2: “Pres. George Bush directed Sec. of State James Baker to visit the Ukraine to explore establishing diplomatic relations and to discuss control of nuclear weapons on its territory”.

Dec. 3: Contrary to Gorbachev’s appeal, “Yeltsin recognized the Ukraine as an independent state”.

Dec. 5: Ukraine parliament endorsed result of referendum of Dec 1st.

Dec. 8: Leaders of the three Slavic USSR republics – Russia, Ukraine and Byelorussia – signed an agreement to form a “Commonwealth of Independent States” – and invited other USSR republics to join.

Dec. 9: “Gorbachev denounced the agreement as illegal”.

Dec.12: Kravchuk, Pres. of the Ukraine, “declared himself commander of all Soviet troops in Ukraine territory”.

Dec. 21: Leaders of 11 republics met in Alma Ata, Kazakhstan, and signed agreements creating the Commonwealth.

The USSR no longer existed, and the oil and gas reserves of Russia would now be available to Corporate America – to say nothing of that vulnerable ‘breadbasket’ – Ukraine!

In 1994, the American-Ukrainian Advisory Committee (AUAC), was formed, under Zbigniew Brzezinski with such prestigiously notorious members as Henry Kissinger, General Gavin (ex-head of NATO), Frank Carlucci, George Soros et al. It would thenceforth hold meetings alternately in the US and Ukraine.

On the Ukrainian side, membership included President Leonid Kravchuk (see above), and his advisor, professor Bohdan Hawrylyshyn (whose nephew, Olech Hawrylyshyn, was on the Soros Foundation payroll while deputy minister of finance!).

Bohdan not only chaired the AUAC’s Ukrainian side – but also the influential International Center for Policy studies (ICPS). On May 2nd and 3rd of 1997, this ICPS organised a meeting of 15 top Ukrainian officials to discuss economic policy, among whom was one Victor Yuschenko, chairman of the National Bank of Ukraine. He was to serve as Prime Minister from 1999 until his removal two years later – only to become a central figure in the 2004 election debacle (see below).

In the meantime, Kravchuk had been replaced as president in the 1994 election by Leonid Kuchma, who during his candidature had visited Soros in the US. Moreover, the Soros foundation would supply $363,100 to support the independent television stations’ coverage of this election – all of it used within 3 months!. Kuchma would later send 1650 Ukrainian troops as allies to the Americans after the latter’s invasion of Iraq in 2003. The above can only be described as a web of intrigue.

It was now self-evident that the AUAC would do all in their power to ensure the election of Yuschenko in 2004. A brief look at the glaring similarities between the events in Belgrade in 2000, in Tblisi, Georgia in 2003, and those in the recent election in Kiev is all that is needed to confirm this:

(a) The similar massive, highly-organised student demonstrations;

(b) the fact that these expensive demonstrations had been organised by the same Serbian-trained group, but under different names – ‘OTPOR’ in Serbia, ‘Khmara’ in Georgia, and ‘PORA’ in Ukraine;

(c) The fact that all three elections were immediately denounced as ‘rigged’; but most importantly (d) the fact that they had all three been manipulated by America

National Endowment for Democracy’s Ukraine page

The NED is responsible for Ukraine

Trojan Horse: The National Endowment for Democracy

A CIA Trojan Horse: The National Endowment for Democracy