The World Must Finally Acknowledge That the 2014 Maidan Was a U.S.-British Controlled Fascist Coup

November 20, 2019
Clashes in Kyiv, Ukraine. Events of February 18, 2014. (Mstyslav Chernov/Unframe)
Clashes in Kyiv, Ukraine. Events of February 18, 2014. (Mstyslav Chernov/Unframe)

The continuing British coup attempt against the President of the United States, now in phase three — a fake impeachment investigation — can and must be crushed. To do so, it is not enough to show that there was no wrongdoing in President Donald Trump’s relations with Ukraine, nor even that the former government of Ukraine was involved in the desperate effort, led by the U.K.’s MI6, to interfere in the 2016 Presidential election to stop Trump from becoming President, and the subsequent effort to remove him. These are important steps, and some of the Republican members of Congress, especially Devin Nunes, are doing important work to expose that reality.

But to succeed, the far more important truth about the 2014 Maidan revolt in Kiev must be acknowledged, by the American political leadership and leaders around the world. That truth was fully exposed in the February 2017 report by EIR, “How Obama and Soros Put Actual Nazis in Power in Ukraine.”

The intention was war. Obama’s hit-team for Ukraine was run by Vice President Joe Biden and the State Department’s Victoria Nuland, who bragged that the “regime-change” apparatus in the U.S. had spent $5 billion setting up and training anti-Russian NGOs. Unspoken, but not hidden in any way, was the fact that overtly neo-Nazi organizations and militias, waving the flag of the World War II fascist organizations, were the violent spear-point of the Maidan revolt. With the successful coup, the chaos that descended on Ukraine was blamed on Russia, as was every other imagined or manufactured evil in the world. Speaking at the Schiller Institute Conference in Europe this past weekend, economist Natalia Vitrenko, former Member of Ukrainian Parliament and leader of the Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine (PSPU), described how Ukraine went from being a leading industrial nation to an economic basket case, losing as many as 20 million of its 52 million population, ending up ranking last out of all 42 countries in Europe in per-capita income, at EU1,830, compared to the European average of EU14,739. This was the “success” of the Biden-Obama “democratic revolution” in Ukraine, a phenomenon being repeated in Hong Kong today, by many of the same subversive institutions in London and Washington.

Indeed, the target in Hong Kong is China itself, just as the target in Ukraine was Russia. The result, if allowed to continue, will be war, thermonuclear war.

Why would anyone want thermonuclear war, one may ask. The fact is that the financial explosion that nearly brought down the world economy in 2008 did not lead to the reorganization proposed by Lyndon LaRouche — restoring the Roosevelt regulations which had been taken down in the 1990s, ending the speculative casino economy in favor of credits for re-industrialization, infrastructure, and a return to space and nuclear energy. Instead, the speculators’ gambling debts were bailed out, and the casino economy thrived again, leaving us today with a bubble nearly double that of 2008, which could blow at any moment.

What the Lords of the City of London and Wall Street fear most is the new paradigm emerging at an incredible pace in the form of the China-Russia cooperation in the New Silk Road, which now includes over 150 nations, which see, many for the first time, a path to escaping poverty and backwardness, to becoming modern industrial nations. Trump’s insistence that being friends with Russia “is a good thing, not a bad thing,” and that Xi Jinping is a brilliant leader for his nation, terrify those Lords, as such cooperation would spell the end of the British Empire and the geopolitical division of the world for good. Better war than the end of Empire, scream the oligarchs.

Even worse, they fear, is the fact that Trump is so “un-disciplined” that, when the bubble bursts, he may not turn to Wall Street, but to LaRouche. Let us make that a certainty.