Currently, the western mainstream media is embroiled in a propaganda war against Russia over the Ukraine.Propaganda is a powerful weapon in war; it is used to dehumanize and create hatred toward a supposed enemy, either internal or external, by creating a false image in the mind.Adding each year (collated above), we come to the grand total of €434,918,585, and that for seven years rather than the ten in which the Commission says €31 million was disbursed. This is the extent of the “bribe” being paid to Ukrainians, and it follows that recipients will be beholden to the European Union and will tend to support it.There can be no doubt that the EU is attempting to buy favour but, since it is so proud of its support for the Ukrainians, one wonders why it feels the need to lie about the extent of its backing.In short, it turned out that the US officials were coordinating their actions on how to install a puppet government in Ukraine.US-EU Clash on How to Install a Puppet Regime in Ukraine.
While it still may just as well not have been the Donbass rebels who shot that plane, but the Ukraine army, or Blackwater or the CIA. The west says that the war in east Ukraine is caused by Russia’s support for the rebels.
Victoria Nuland 7 February 2014 – Global Research The US is strongly pushing the Ukraine EU integration just as it had been behind the 2004 failed “Orange Revolution” to split Ukraine from Russia in a bid to isolate and weaken Russia.
Now Ukrainians have found evidence of direct involvement of the Belgrade US-financed training group, CANVAS behind the carefully-orchestrated Kiev protests. William Engdahl – 16 March 2014 – Global Research However, on the Commission’s own Financial Transparency System, the full spending figures are disclosed for the period 2007-2013 inclusive.
Finally, according to Gorbachev, Baker looked at him directly and said, “Look, if you remove your troops and allow unification of Germany in NATO, NATO will not expand one inch to the east.” A Diplomatic Mystery – 24 August 2009 – Bill Bradley After its formation in 1949, NATO grew by including Greece and Turkey in 1952 and West Germany in 1955, and then later Spain in 1982.
After the Cold War ended, and Germany reunited in 1990, there was a debate in NATO about continued expansion eastward.