US meddling with Ukraine’s internal affairs by dispatching mercenaries to southeastern regions


The deployment of mercenaries by the US-based private company Greystone to southern regions in Ukraine is a continuation of Washington’s interference in Ukraine’s internal affairs, Igor Korotchenko, editor-in-chief of the Russian National Defense magazine believes. The dispatch of Greystone soldiers to Ukraine may be financed by Ukrainian oligarchs and organized in coordination with the US State Department, Korotchenko explains.

According to the RIA Novosti, Greystone is one of the biggest private security companies in the West and is closely associated with US intelligence agencies. The agency is used in situations when the deployment of US security forces is inappropriate. Mercenaries working for Greystone are notable for their cruelty in combat missions, so they won’t have any problems mopping-up southeastern Ukraine.

It was a busy today for both Ukraines. Oh yes, there are definitely two, not including Crimea. In East Ukraine we saw three major cities, Donetsk, Lugansk and Kharkiv, go “in play”. The timing was no coincidence, I am sure. The pro-Russian activists gave it their best shot by taking over some city buildings, asking for Russian protection, and declaring themselves to be independent states, with May referendums to confirm.
Gosh, if things were only that easy, but they aren’t. Over on the other side of the country, the Right Sector crowd had besieged the Supreme Court in Kiev, after only having been run out of town last week.

Civil war looms as pro-US regime threatens massacre of east Ukraine protesters

Ukraine stands on the brink of civil war, as the unelected pro-Western regime that seized power this February in Kiev threatens a bloody crackdown on protesters occupying local government offices in cities across traditionally pro-Russian sections of eastern Ukraine.

Protesters are demanding a referendum to federalize Ukraine and limit the authority of the new, far-right regime in Kiev. Some protesters have also called on their areas to vote to join Russia, as the former Ukrainian region of Crimea did last month, or declared independent “people’s republics” in Donetsk and Kharkiv.

Andrei Senchenko, the deputy head of the presidential administration in Kiev, said his regime’s security forces would “shoot to kill” if protesters did not abandon buildings in Donetsk, Luhansk and Kharkiv by today.

Senchenko’s threats echoed those of Irina Farion, a legislator from the Fatherland Party of US-backed Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk. She demanded death for the protesters saying, “Today’s reaction is unacceptable. The measures should be much tougher. Our people laid down their lives. That’s why those creatures that arrive here deserve only death.”

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