In a scene reminiscent of an old Hollywood B-movie Western, Poroshenko appears like a washed-up gunslinger with a lousy hand of cards who is bluffing with empty bravado.
However, the difference is Poroshenko is no gunslinger. And this is not fiction. It is grim reality where lives are suffering from his poker games.
This so-called president is putting the lives of ordinary, poor Ukrainians on the line by inciting a war that has got nothing to do with legal or sovereign principles, but which in reality is all about saving the privileges of his ruling cabal.
When the new US president Donald Trump held a cordial phone call with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on January 28, the Poroshenko regime in Kiev was crestfallen, to say the least.
No longer indulged by the Obama administration and former deputy US president Joe Biden in particular, the Kiev cabal feared the worst was in store. That is, that Trump was no longer going to dole out financial and military support under the overblown pretext of defending them against “Russian aggression”.
By any accounting, the Kiev regime, including its President Petro Poroshenko, should be prosecuted for war crimes.
Undeterred from this insanity, Poroshenko’s ruling circle are doubling down in the criminal onslaught being waged on the breakaway republics.
According to Eduard Basurin, the vice commander of the DPR, as quoted in Fort Russ: “Following the talk between Poroshenko and Trump, Ukraine will in the near future cease to receive financial and military support for its terrorist operation in the land of Donbass. In connection with this, the Ukrainian president has fallen into complete despair and is ready to desperately commit to the most reckless action of unleashing a full-scale and bloody war in Eastern Europe.”
To this reckless end, Poroshenko has ordered more reinforcements, including conscripts and Neo-Nazi battalions of the Right Sector, up to contact line in Donbass, as well as installing more heavy artillery and Tochka missiles. It is a desperate move by a desperate regime.
But the diabolical shame is that Poroshenko appears ready to ignite an all-out war in Europe as he stakes his political future.
What is being exposed here is the endemic corruption and lawlessness of the Kiev regime headed up by the chocolate tycoon Poroshenko. Billions of dollars have been poured into this regime by its sponsors in Washington, Europe and the IMF. And still the corruption continues with none of the promised reforms ever being delivered.
The Americans and Europeans are quietly realizing that they helped create a monster in Kiev when they backed the coup against an elected government nearly three years ago. That is why Washington and Berlin, as well as the European Union, the IMF and NATO are all quietly backing away from their erstwhile support for the Kiev cabal. The latter is an insatiable black hole of cronyism and sleaze, which will never get its house in order under the present regime.
While Poroshenko and his ilk have grown ever-richer over the past three years most ordinary Ukrainians have been plunged into deeper poverty and misery with their sons being dragooned into fighting a senseless criminal war against fellow Ukrainians in the Donbass. Hundreds have been sent home in bodybags – and for what? So that Poroshenko and the illegal junta around him can extort more money from Western capitals.
But the rescue is not really from alleged Russian aggression. Poroshenko and his corrupt regime is actually betting on being rescued from internal collapse under the weight of their own corruption and mismanagement.
Billionaire property magnate Trump is said to have developed street-wise smarts in having dealt with mafia crime syndicates while doing business in New York City over the years. He better use those smarts in dealing with Poroshenko and the Kiev mafia that pretends to be a government. Otherwise Trump could find a war exploding in Europe – a war that could drag in the US and Russia.
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