Freedom for the Peoples of the Ukraine: Freedom for the Peoples of Europe

The Crimea, attached to the Ukraine by the drunken Ukrainian peasant atheist Khrushchov in 1954, chose freedom by referendum. The south and east, known historically as ‘New Russia’ and arbitrarily attached to the Ukraine by other Soviet atheists 30 years before the Crimea, are also choosing freedom against the martyr-making junta in Kiev. Odessa, with at least 46 victims of the Kiev terrorists, wants freedom; as also Donetsk and the region around it. Who is next? Could it be Transdnestria, which long ago declared independence from Moldova? Could it be ‘Transcarpathia’- Carpatho-Russia – which has already declared independence from the Kiev regime? Could it be the centre itself with Kiev, formerly known as Little Russia? Or will it be the freedom of Orthodox Volhynia and the great Lavra of Pochaev through the prayers of St Job?

What will remain is the Roman Catholic and schismatic far west province of Galicia, the only real Ukraine, or borderland, speaking its many regional dialects, much half-Polish, a quarter-Slovak and a quarter-German. Perhaps it should return to Poland, as an unwanted relic (and also invention) of the Hapsburgs. Perhaps the US will subsidise it (the EU has refused to do so). It seems curious that the West wished to preserve an artificial Soviet construct, the ‘Ukraine’, with its artificial borders, not registered internationally anywhere. It can only be presumed that the West was thoroughly ignorant of history, or else had actually started believing in its own myths. However, what is even more curious is that the West should have backed such losers as the incompetent murderers, handpicked by the US State Department and approved by the EU, as those who illegitimately seized power by violence in Kiev.

The unrepresentative US-installed puppet regime that was supposed to hand the Ukraine on a plate to the EU and NATO is collapsing, its soldiers and policemen in revolt, and with blood on its hands. Eurofascism has not won; not because the Russian Federation has invaded to liberate it, but because the peoples of the Ukraine have risen up to protest against the Galician separatists and their mercenaries. Colonialist Berlin and Washington, set to ravage the Ukraine, destroy its industry, dump its consumer goods and nuclear waste there, thought that it had won everything. In fact it is losing everything, once more discrediting itself in the eyes of the free world.

President Putin’s popularity has now risen to an unheard of 82%. Even the US now agrees that the EU has blood on its hands in Kiev. The EU is more discredited than ever, as we will soon see in the European elections. China and India have been drawn ever closer to the Russian Federation. The Eurasian Economic Union, which the EU thought it had for ever sabotaged, is about to be launched and may well expand rapidly, absorbing former US puppets like Georgia and Azerbaijan on the way. The world saw the isolation of the West in Syria when it accused the government there of using poison gas, when it was in fact Western-backed terrorists who used the poison gas. Now it has seen the crassness of the Western world in the Ukraine too.

No more will the Ukraine arm the enemies of the people, as it did the Saakashvili regime in Georgia in 2008, slaughtering 2,000 innocents. No more will politically-backed puppet schismatics like ‘the Patriarch of Kiev’ exist and Church property will at last be returned to the Church; no more will politically-backed Galician Uniatism be free to spread in the Crimea, New Russia and Little Russia. The scheme of the CIA-run Patriarchate of Constantinople to take over the Ukraine has failed. Just as in 1945, so in 2014, Eurofascism has been defeated again.

Where does the process of liberation stop? The Caucasus? The ‘Stans’ of Central Asia? Mongolia? Moldova? The Baltics? Serbia and Montenegro? (After all Galicia is to the Ukraine what Croatia is to Serbia; the Second World War proved that). Hungary? Bulgaria? Cyprus? Romania? Greece? Even Peru and Venezuela have expressed interest, indicating that the new Eurasian Economic Union may not only be geographical, but ideological as well. What we may at last be witnessing is the restoration of the Russian Empire, after the treachery and historic injustice that have now lasted for 100 years. Is freedom on the way? We must pray to the martyred Tsar for his help.