For anyone following major geopolitical events in the last three years,
the following is an amazing shift - from the floor of the parliament of

I do feel sad for the people of Ukraine who have suffered immensely as a
result of this particular Soros-lead "regime change operation".

** Julia Timoshenko to Victor Yanukovich: 'Come Back, My Tormentor!'
by Alexei Pankin on Thu, Sep 22, 2016
History seems to be going in circles.Back in the 1970s - early 1980s -
the vast majority of Soviet citizens were ashamed to live in their
country, ruled by Leonid Brezhnev, a senile asthmatic pronouncing
endless inaudible speeches, basking in praise, bending under the weight
of decorations awarded to him by his Politburo peers or leaders of
‘friendly’, or ’brotherly’ countries.Brezhnev died in 1982 and in 1985 a
youthful and energetic Gorbachev came to power, leading the Soviet Union
to choose a European market democracy — civilization, in other words.
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** Did the UN Just Admit That Russia Isn't Responsible For Attack on
Syria Aid Convoy?
by Matthew Allen on Wed, Sep 21, 2016
We knew we were in for a real treat when the United States announced
that Russia had bombed a U.N. aid convoy in Syria. What a terrible crime
against humanity, timed perfectly to distract from the fact that, for
lack of a better term, the U.S. was caught giving air support to ISIS.
As always, Russia is guilty until proven deserving of more sanctions.
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