USSR2 File: Ukraine parliament impeaches president, Yanukovich flees to eastern power base in Kharkiv, decries “coup,” allies denounce “fascist” takeover in Kiev; released from 2.5-year jail term, former PM Tymoshenko addresses supporters in capital; protesters seize arms depot, regional SBU/KGB HQ in Lviv, second SBU office in Ivano-Frankivsk; former Soviet republic split between pro-EU nationalists in west, pro-Moscow Russophones in east

Meanwhile, Putin, the source of Ukraine’s woes, basks in the victories of Team Russia at the Sochi Olympics . . .

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One response to “USSR2 File: Ukraine parliament impeaches president, Yanukovich flees to eastern power base in Kharkiv, decries “coup,” allies denounce “fascist” takeover in Kiev; released from 2.5-year jail term, former PM Tymoshenko addresses supporters in capital; protesters seize arms depot, regional SBU/KGB HQ in Lviv, second SBU office in Ivano-Frankivsk; former Soviet republic split between pro-EU nationalists in west, pro-Moscow Russophones in east

  1. mah29001 February 23, 2014 at 7:06 pm

    It seems some “educated” folks at Occupy Wall Street instead of blaming “former” Communists on both the pro-Russian and the “opposition” sides for causing the chaos in the Ukraine, they’re busy promoting into blaming corporations for the crisis in the Ukraine:

    http://occupywallst.org/forum/ukraine-erupts-in-flames-as-protest-against-the-go/

    It’s no wonder why the Kremlin’s former tyrant Mikhail Gorbachev supported them, if they know how to make the West stupid, they mine as well back a cause like Occupy Wall Street….

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