Mark Rutte, prime minister of the Netherlands is going to sign, the already rejected, association agreement with Ukraine. This fits the agenda of Hillary Clinton a little too well —with the consequence— a serious dangerous conflict with Russia.
By introduction the association agreement with Ukraine a great harm will be caused to the good relationship between the EU and the Russian Federation and other countries on the Eurasian continent. Large financial loss within the EU will develop. The association agreement also increases the risk of a large-scale military conflict. In addition the association agreement opens the door wide open for corruption, fraud and crime and promote human trafficking and slavery.
In total, voted 61 percent (2,509,395 voters) against the association agreement with Ukraine and 38.21 percent (1,571,874 voters) support this. The treaty is in fact primarily motivated to transatlantic geopolitical reasons.
NATO is increasing its military presence in Eastern Europe. Stoltenberg let know what the NATO aggression whatsoever will instantly reply with a powerful response.
The Dutch media seem to prepare the Dutch people for war. Headlines like “The Russians” and lies, “Russian expansion” appears in the media. The black and white image is brought forward that was propagated during the Cold War: the West is always good and Russia is always bad, just like in Hollywood movies. And if you’re not for the one, you are directly against the other.
Let us not forget that there is still raging (civil) war in eastern Ukraine and the new government of Ukraine as one of has set its main goals to join the Crimea under control of Ukraine (after the population of the peninsula through a referendum opted for an affiliation with Russia because they were not authorized), the revolution government in Kiev. Tensions are therefore still very high and only a small spark seems to be enough to keep the fire burning. Are you ready for war?
Below, the first part of the video, an anti-Putin propaganda by NOS, Dutch mainstream media news broadcasting. To give the Dutch people the impression Putin avoids critical question —followed up with the full video showing that Putin actually did talked with the journalist.
“THIS SHOULD MAKE IT CLEAR THAT AN ATTACK ON ONE ALLY IS AN ATTACK ON ALL,” NATO CHIEF JENS STOLTENBERG
The trade agreement with Europe almost led to war in 2014. There was a trade agreement in which both Russia and Europe could trade with Ukraine. It’s quite logical, because half of the Ukrainian population speaks Russian and has strong ties with Russia.
Europe wanted the treaty only applied to Europe. The bond between Ukraine and Russia was forcibly cut by the new trade agreement. That made Russia angry and invaded Ukraine. The war is, how could it be otherwise, a humanitarian disaster.
More than 1.38 million people are registered as internal refugees
More than 920.000 people have fled to neighboring countries, including more than 800,000 to Russia
An estimated 5 million people need humanitarian assistance
There are more than 16.800 wounded and more than 8,000 deaths
As if this all was not terrible enough for the Ukrainian people, they have once again to deal with the awful swine flu outbreak. The swine flu outbreak has not limited to Eastern Europe. Independent bloggers report that the swine flu, what a coincidence, also reached Syria.
“YET EVEN AFTER THESE BI-PARTISAN FAILURES, THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY IS MORE HAWKISH TODAY THAN AT ANYTIME SINCE IT BEGAN THE WAR IN VIETNAM, HARKING BACK TO THE NO-FLY ZONE THAT BILL CLINTON ENFORCED OVER IRAQ BEFORE BUSH’S FAILED WAR, NOW HILLARY CLINTON HAS CALLED FOR A NO-FLY ZONE OVER SYRIA. INCREDIBLY, THAT WOULD BE A MISTAKE EVEN MORE RECKLESS THAN INVADING IRAQ. SINCE MOST OF THE PLANES FLYING OVER SYRIA TODAY ARE RUSSIAN PLANES, CLINTON’S ACTIONS WOULD DO MORE THAN INVOLVE US IN A MESSY CIVIL WAR. IT WOULD RISK A DIRECT NUCLEAR CONFLICT,” PETER THIEL
The Netherlands, one of the founders, handle the European Union too reckless. Of the will of to eradicate war, has emerged a new kind of democracy. The EU has evolved into an organization of democratic states would also like to work in a democratic manner. Signing the association agreement with Ukraine means war.
Ukraine is ready for a “total war” with Russia. That said Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko already in November 2014 in an interview with the German newspaper Bild.
Porosjenko said in answer to the question whether he is afraid of a war with Russia. “I’m not afraid of a war with Russian forces and we are prepared for the scenario of this total war,” said the Ukrainian head of state. “Our army is in a much better state than five months ago and we have support from around the world.”
Ukraine is Important For Russia and They Know It
Ukraine and Russia share a long history dating back to the time of the first East Slavic Empire. The Kievan Rus, tellingly known as “Kievan Rus”, covered large parts of both Russia and Ukraine.
This historical interdependence of Russia and Ukraine ensured no political distinction could be made between the two. This remained the case until 1917 when Russia had to capitulate in the First World War and the October Revolution. After a Polish invasion and a period of struggle for Ukrainian territory present-day Ukraine became a part of the Soviet Union, where it was part along with Russia of the communist connection. Between 1919 and 1991, Ukraine was under Soviet rule.
From a historical perspective came, which is still present(association agreement with Ukraine), a danger for Russia often from the west. The invasions of both Napoleon and Hitler left a lasting impression on the collective consciousness of the Russians. Even in Soviet times was the “enemy” again the West, this time in the form of capitalist, liberal democracies.
The rapprochement between the European Union and Ukraine is interpreted in Russia as they lose their neighbor to the “Western influence”. The EU actually enter the Russian house by pulling the little brother of Russia. The Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU has from the Russian perception of an important historical context and implications for regional relations. Russia is therefore keen to keep the threat at bay.
This Convention is much more than just a trade. If this is just a trade agreement then it was no problem for Ukraine to sign the treaty with Russia too.
It would be very good for Ukraine, because the major part of their economy and industry is because of the history attuned to trade with Russia. This treaty will harm it.
The commercial area is covered by the EU under Brussels. All those other things, political cooperation, the old thinking in spheres of influence which Brussels believes the Ukraine must lie in the sphere of influence of Brussels and not of Moscow. We can get rid of this by voting against this agreement. Because if we vote against it, then those political points will be canceled, but the trade and economic cooperation, which falls under the Brussels Convention, will simply be maintained. However, the “NO” is being ignored, democracy just an illusion. History repeats again —same steps has been made— to introduce to World War 3.
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