Monday, March 24, 2014

Tymoshenko Calls for Nuclear Attacks on Eastern Ukraine

Ukraine's candidate for president Yulia Tymoshenko, in an intercepted phone conversation with member of parliament Nestor Shufrych, made the following remarks about how she would treat Russian Ukrainians, the majority of whom live in the eastern Ukraine and Russia.
” I am ready to grab a machinegun and shoot that motherf__ker [Putin] in the head.”
” I would have found a way to kill those assh_les. I hope I will be able to get all of my connections involved.”
” And I will use all of my means to make the entire world rise up, so there wouldn’t even be a scorched field left in Russia.”
Veterans Today reported today the following excerpt from the conversation:
On a question of what to do with the 8 million Russians left inside the Ukraine she says, “They must be killed with nuclear weapons.”
Some will recall the vehemence with which the US press attacked Ronald Reagan on such matters during the 1980 presidential campaign. Though Reagan never uttered a word about using nuclear weapons to solve a political problem, reporters and editors said that he would start world war 3 and usher in nuclear holocausts, thus making him unqualified to be president.

In this case, a candidate for president supported by the US State Department and members of the Senate, has called explicitly for the use of nuclear weapons to annihilate Russians in both Ukraine and Russia.
The American press ignores these infantile comments from Tymoshenko, who must have made them after a conversation with Victoria Nuland or John McCain, both whacko mental cases. You will not see these remarks reported in the establishment press, underscoring the value of the alternative news media.
If Putin does not intervene militarily now, he will invite nuclear annihilation by this rabid Ukrainian dog.
Jim Dean, Tymoshenko – “8 million Ukraine Russians must be killed with nuclear weapons”, Veterans Today, March 24, 2014, accessed 3/24/2014
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