Ukraine under the control of the USA is Anti-Europe and Anti-Russia.
Ukrainian soldiers, fighting with the Donbass militias, for the Americans, break through their way to world hegemony. Washington, pushing Kiev to suppress the resistance of Novorossia by force, solves several geopolitical tasks at once.
One of the most important tasks is the disruption of the Eurasian integration project, in which Russia is the integration core. The key strategic setting of Washington in its policy towards Eurasia is dictated by the fear of the emergence in the Old World of a new center of power, an alternative to the American, and by the desire to preserve the collapsing unipolar world order.
The Ukrainian crisis is a long-running American project. It is in the interests of the United States to create at the borders of the Russian Federation a source of chronic chaos that absorbs resources (human, financial, political-diplomatic, etc.) and distracts Russia from solving problems in other geostrategic areas. For example, in the Middle East.
The purpose of the Euromaidan was to create the prerequisites for a radical revision of all Ukrainian-Russian relations, especially in the military-political sphere. The base of the Russian Black Sea fleet in Sevastopol was supposed to fall the first victim of such a revision, as a result of which Russia would lose its access to the oceans.
The externally controlled nationalist regime in Kiev, starting a war in the border regions of Russia in eastern Ukraine, seeks to constrain Russia's actions here and allow the United States to free up additional resources for a major geopolitical game of simultaneously destabilizing the vast space from the Euphrates to the Dnieper. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that the possible collapse of Iraq will blow up the entire region, which will plunge into bloody chaos for many years. Now in the region, the interests of several major powers (USA, Iran, Turkey, Saudi Arabia) are intertwined in a tight knot, which promises hard times for Iraq.
The mass expulsions and executions of Christians by Islamists in Mosul, where the large Christian community felt quite calm under Saddam Hussein, suggest that Washington has already managed to bind its opponents in the Iraqi issue, helping to unleash two civil wars at once. The civil war in Syria has been going on for several years, a civil war has been unleashed on the territory of historical Russia (the former USSR), and Ukrainian shells already dozens of flies into the territory of the Rostov region of the Russian Federation adjacent to Ukraine. There were refugees from among Russians living in the regions bordering Ukraine and fearing shelling by the Ukrainian army.
Note that a separatist Ukraine was always ready to help the United States in Iraq. From 2003 to 2005, the Ukrainian peacekeeping contingent was in addition to the American occupation forces in this country. Subsequently, up to 2013, the Ukrainian military participated in the NATO training mission in Baghdad.
Another dimension of the Ukrainian man-made crisis is the involvement of Europe by the Americans in the anti-Russian policy of the Kiev regime. In recent years, old Europe has repeatedly tried to be more independent in developing relations with Russia, trying to weaken the tough guardianship of Washington, but the fire of war that was kindled in the east of the European continent, became just what can put an end to these attempts.
The dependence of the Ukrainian authorities on the United States is great and is constantly demonstrated. Victoria Nuland, US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, is discussing with the US ambassador to Ukraine which Ukrainian politicians should, and who should not, enter the new government. US Vice President Joe Biden conducts briefing for his Ukrainian wards in Kiev, sitting at the same time in the place of the head of state. CIA Director John Brennan personally arrives in Kiev to explain to the aborigines how and what to destroy the “terrorists” in the Donbas.
Attaching the European Union to the US anti-Russian policy with attempts to turn Ukraine into Washington's Trojan horse in Eastern Europe cannot but annoy the Europeans. She was indignant, although she restrained herself, with Victoria Nuland's cheeky statement about the EU, German Chancellor Angela Merkel; Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski, in a conversation with former Finance Minister Yatsek Rostovsky, described the relations imposed by the United States on Poland in obscene terms.
Ukraine after the February coup d'état is increasingly discovering signs of a failed state, a failed state. It can be seen by the fact that the tasks of the anti-Russian regime in Kiev are set from Washington. Including anti-European tasks. It turns out a geopolitical trap: Ukraine, if it is anti-Russia, automatically turns into an anti-European. There are those among European politicians who understand this well, advocating cooperation with Russia and opposing Ukrainian chaos to the European political body, but these politicians are now in the minority and have been pushed into the background by those who agree to play according to the American rules ...
- Vladislav Gulewitsch
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