Friday, 7 March 2014

Israeli Soldiers Might be Behind the Sniper Killings in Kiev

Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich implies that Israeli soldiers might be behind the recent killings in Kiev during an interview on Russia Today. The video interview is shown below, the times refering to the Israeli soldiers is from 2:30 - 2:50. I've also transcribed the relevant text in case the video becomes inacessible, lost or you want to copy and paste the text or whatever.











Transcribed text:

"Well first of all you have to understand who's backing the opposition in order to make the statement that you just made. There.. there were IDF soldiers, Israeli Defence Forces soldiers, inside Ukraine, leading protestors. And.. and I'm sure they are excellent marksmen."


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3 comments:

  1. Plausible. Taking out the Russian naval base in Crimea would make it a lot harder for Russia to support Syria.

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  2. @ anoynmous,
    she's the only person that I've seen or read of that makes the claim that Israelis are operating in the Ukraine, which makes it difficult to verify her claims. But knowing that Israelis have been caught training PKK Kurdish rebels and also helping the Georgians prior to the Georgian-Ossetian war makes it seem more likely that Israelis have been stirring up the proverbial shit in Ukraine. They seem to provoke disharmony in any country that they operate in.

    Hersh: US, Israel support PKK: (http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/october2007/291007_b_PKK.htm)
    Israel and the US behind the Georgian aggression?: (http://www.prisonplanet.com/israel-and-the-us-behind-the-georgian-aggression.html)

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  3. Another article uncovers the strong Jewish element among the revolution in Ukraine. (Which makes the whole argument about the Ukrainian Nationalists being Anti-semetic utterly ridiculous):

    'This article by Freeman shows that, despite the presence in the new Ukraine government of the Svoboda nationalists, its president, Arseniy Yatsenyuk (who has three ethnically Jewish grandparents) is firmly affiliated with neocons, Western economic interests, and prominent figures associated with hostility toward Russia.'
    (Source: http://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2014/03/the-arseniy-yatsenyuk-foundation-has-disappeared/)

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