Ann Barnhardt #fundie barnhardt.biz

There is basically a media blackout on the counter-revolution in Ukraine, but y’all better pay close, close attention, because A.) decent human beings are being slaughtered in the streets for standing up to an illegitimate government and this ALWAYS merits attention as a function of simple charity and B.) I think the events in Ukraine are a foreshadowing or prototype of what will eventually play out in North America. The two situations have many similarities.

Please note that I used the term “counter-revolution” with regards to Ukraine. Remember, “revolution” refers to any movement that turns AWAY from God. Without doubt or question, the tyrannical Ukrainian oligarchy executed a cold revolution in which it turned away from God and toward Moscow, Putin and their own personal enrichment. The “revolution” is a fait accompli. What the people of Ukraine have been and are now doing is COUNTER-REVOLUTION. They are sick and tired of being used and abused by a cadre of oligarchs who are toadies of Putin. They want to turn back toward justice, honesty in government and the rule of law. Again, Putin is an evil, evil, evil man. You people who are still falling for his garbage need to wise up. He is playing you for a fool. Just because he goes into a church and crosses himself and makes token gestures against sodomites doesn’t make him good. It makes him politically savvy and nothing more. If Obama learns to cross himself (assuming that the action wouldn’t cause him to burst into flames or melt), are you going to fall all over him too? Guys, Putin and Obama are cut from the same cloth. It is not impossible that Obama has explicit ties to Moscow, and may have even been in Moscow for a time during the missing two years in the early 80's when he claims to have been at Columbia in NYC, but was almost certainly nowhere near that sulfuric hive of iniquity.

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Now, let me post a quote from a piece published today about Ukraine titled “Bloodlands”, and I will put in red [curly] brackets substitutions in the U.S. context and tell me that the two situations aren’t eerily similar:

…It is far more a criminal syndicate than a classic totalitarian regime. The tactics Yanukovych {the Obama regime} has employed as president — forging alliances with oligarchs (who have funded the president’s political party and also made him vastly wealthy personally); hiring gangs of brutes to cow potential opponents; assassinating opponents who didn’t get the message from the thugs or who refused to kowtow; aggregating power in the hands of a single party held together by greed, the lust for power, and the fear of retribution; the thoroughgoing corruption of the justice system and the courts; the eventual strangulation of parliament {Congress} — were all previewed in the late 1990s and the early years of the new century when Yanukovych was governor of the Donetsk oblast in eastern Ukraine {an Illinois state representative and then U.S. Senator}. There, Yanukovych {Obama} honed his capacity to acquire, and then hold on to, a form of power that is cemented together by personal loyalties, financial cupidity, and fear rather than by any common ideology. Call it clan politics; call it Mafia politics; call it whatever you like, only don’t call it “democratic.” Yanukovych {the Obama regime} may have come to power through the formal mechanisms of democracy (although the legitimacy of recent elections in Ukraine {the former United States} is certainly open to doubt). But as EuroMaidan leaders {screeching American harpies} such as former world heavyweight champion Vitaliy Klychko {Ann Barnhardt} have long insisted, Yanukovych {the Obama regime} has destroyed constitutional governance in Ukraine {the former United States}, and Ukraine {the now-overthrown United States} can no longer be considered a democracy.

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