The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
Lyndon LaRouche gave a 12 minute telephone interview to RIA Novosti's Lyudmila Chernova on April 14th. The basis for RIA Novosti's interview was a Foreign Policy article on April 10 by Colum Lynch, entitled, "Exclusive: UN Hints Russia and Its Allies Rigged Crimea's Secession Vote," questioning Colum's summary of an allegedly independent UN draft report.
George Eliason, an American industry expert residing in eastern Ukraine, yesterday posted on OpEdNews.com the latest in his series of denunciations of U.S. Government aid and abetment of the neo-Nazi coup in Kiev.
While the western media, led by the anti-Russia neo-cons, are busy instigating a full-fledged conflict with Russia over Ukraine, some diplomatic efforts are afoot to try to cool down the situation. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov will be visiting Beijing on April 15.
As the CIA and the Obama administration tried to stonewall about the explosive reports that CIA director John Brennan had been in Kiev over the weekend to advise "Victoria's Secret Government" there to take military action against opposition forces in the east of the country, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov blew the affair wide open by telling rep
As of this writing, the UN Security Council is about to begin as 8:00 PM Sunday Emergency Meeting on Ukraine, summoned by Russia.
Keeping the hype up to trigger a full-fledged worldwide conflict around Ukraine, the British establishment's mouthpiece, the Economist magazine, in an article "The Disappearing Country," on April 13 says the Kiev authorities have lost their hold on Donbass
Under the watchful eye of the British Empire and the Obama administration, Ukraine, now under control of neo-fascists and those who are virulently anti-Russia, has created a breakdown situation vis-à-vis the gas and water supply in the region.
Victoria Nuland, Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, earlier this year wrote a lying letter to Rep. Yvette Clarke (D-NY), in which she asserted, for the record, that there was no reason to be concerned about vociferous anti-Semtism and neo-nazism in the parties that the Obama administration was backing in Ukraine.