‘F*** you, stupid Ukrainian barbarians that never agree with each other’ – it was a voice similar to that of Victoria Nuland’s, which in an accessible manner hammered to Petro Poroshenko and Arseniy Yatseniyk that they should keep on friendly living. If only they had no wish to be consigned to the rubbish bin of history following their former leader Victor Yushchenko, whose political corpse is now decomposing somewhere in Bezradychi or Khoruzhivka.
There was no need for a translator – both current Ukrainian leaders (by the way, as distinct from above mentioned Yushchenko) speak English, at the very least. Nevertheless, in spite of all, some regular discords are still happening regarding interatlantic communications. As experts say, the Secretary of State aide, Victoria Nuland visited Kiev yesterday aiming, inter alia, to reconcile the native chieftains who had entered into clinch.
Oh no, certainly, I do not possess any record of this significant dialog between Nuland, Poroshenko and Yatsenyuk. But I would be scarcely mistaken, had I suggest that yesterday the old American foul-mouth was once again dirty cursing in English.
This American mistress had more than enough motives for that.
I’ll remind you, Nuland not to say entered, but literally rushed into the latest Ukrainian history in December last year, by saving courageous Maidan revolutionists from hunger. Cookies and buns she had delivered became, beyond any doubt, a decisive contribution to the Ukrainian revolution’s victory. Upon refreshing themselves, the Maidan activists armed themselves first with baseball bits, bicycle chains and Molotov cocktails, then with Kalashnikov rifles and swept away ”the criminal regime of Yanukovych’, under which, once whoever has forgot, Crimea and Donbas were parts of Ukraine with the population rate circa 45 millions of people and dollar to have cost eight hrivnyas.
And no war at all.
Well, now these Ukrainian revolutionists, lured by the named American lady, utilize another sort of equipment – tanks, aircrafts, multiple rocket launchers, ballistic missiles and other good things assisting them to bring the light of freedom and democracy to Donetsk ‘quilted jackets’, ‘Soviet freaks’ and ‘Colorado ribbon’ bearers.
Although nope, it should be prohibited by a special presidential decree to call these Russian freaks ‘colorados’. For such a nomination casts a shadow over the state of Colorado, which is a free, enlightened and civilized state, where such savages like those militias are simply impossible to be imagined.
I distracted, however.
As for our auntie Vicky, America’s Victoria, she took a chance to be glorified later, in February 2014, when she held a phone call with Geoffrey Pyatt, the U. S. ambassador in Ukraine. She then addressed a four-letter word (not three-letter one, as opposite to Russian counterpart, more succinct) to the greatly respected EU in connection with its disability to properly resolve the Ukrainian political crisis.
Later another prominent State Dept. representative, Jennifer Psaki, confirmed the fact of this conversation, while stressing that Nuland had already allegedly excused for ‘the words she’s been ascribed to have said’. By the way, it is one more original creative mind woman, Mary Harf, who is now materialized in the State Dept, so I must confess it is scary for American foreign policy handled by these high society ladies.
To say truth, in response to American official dame’s obloquy, the reverend EU wiped itself and muttered by the lips of a squeaky clean rose-cheeked gentleman, Mr. Van Rompuy, something inarticulate about ‘inacceptability’ of the expressions Nuland had used.
In April our hero allegedly tried to enrich Dmytro Yarosh for a total of several millions of dollars by allocating the sum to development of his progressive party ‘Right Sector’ – no care at all to the fact that Nuland is a native Jew while Yarosh positions himself as anti-Semite, the main are the big American policy interests.
So this mistress is once again making for Ukraine.
Officially, to ‘discuss the progress of implementation of Minsk agreements on settlement of the situation in some districts of Donetsk and Luhansk regions’. By that, as the Ukrainian media report, Poroshenko stressed in the course of dialog with Nuland ‘the necessity of establishing complete control over the Russian-Ukrainian border as a key point for further peaceful settlement’. But as you know, in the present situation Kiev is able to set control over the Russian-Ukrainian border only by military force, by tanks, aircrafts and missiles. More strictly – isn’t able. For the reason that they once made an attempt, and, having miserably failed, now they’ve got nothing but to complain to Uncle Sam (sorry, auntie Vicky).
One more Poroshenko’s pipedream spoken out during his talks with Nuland is to resume the broadcast of Ukrainian TV-channels in Donetsk and Luhansk. And in the end, the head of Ukrainian state expressed gratitude to the U. S. President and Government for ‘robust support rendered to Ukraine on her way to liberty and democracy’, the way paved with tens thousands of corpses, I’d like to add. In her turn, Mrs. Nuland expressed hope she managed to make the President of Ukraine clearly see the signs of such support from American people. Literally she said: ‘We hope you see that we highly esteem your personal courage in defending peace and the success you have gained in stopping the warfare’. So let’s expect the Nobel prize to be handed to Mr. Poroshenko – if not this year, then the year after. To what degree is he more bloodthirsty than Obama?
Although, some quite different intentions were hidden behind these duly pronounced cynical incantations. As experts suppose, the main objective for Nuland was to consolidate again former revolutionary allies, Poroshenko and Yatsenyuk, who now found themselves on different sides of the barricades – so far just those in preelection affairs.
‘So far’ is a key word here.
For Victoria Nuland isn’t a person long and widely renown for great scholarship in the Ukrainian political history and philosophy, let’s say. On the other side, her husband Robert Kagan, a professional historian, could inform her of a famous pensee: where two Ukrainians gather, always three hetmans would occur.
For the conclusion, something more about pious Victoria’s husband.
Kagan once was one of co-founders of the ‘Project for the New American Century’, which purpose was formulated as ‘to promote American global leadership’. You understand, in different ways: by rockets, bombs, aircrafts, persuasions, at last, official visits, like the present one Nuland made to Kiev.
So already long ago in his decade-old interview to Spanish paper ‘El Pais’ Robert Kagan affirmed: ‘The Europeans feed illusions that the international policy could be conducted without use of military force and power… Once you’re walking in the forest and bump into a bear while having only a folding knife in your pocket, you will behave yourself in some other manner than once you had a gun. Who possesses the gun, feels himself strong and makes a shot, while the person with no gun prefers to escape. Europe is weak, her position is based on the historic experience, lost wars and sense of carelessness of the Cold war era, when Europe’s security was safeguarded by the U. S.’
According to Kagan, ‘the U. S. govern in the Hobbes-modeled world, where ‘bellum omnium contra omnes’ takes place and international law standards cannot be trusted’. So, generally, ‘from the United States’ viewpoint, there is only one center for the international order, and it is the U. S., not UN Security Council’
And we, Russians, are for ages aware that ‘behind every great man there’s a great woman’