Civilians get massacred to make protestors angrier


On February 18th, villainized president Yanukovych apparently once again unleashed his brutal riot police force onto the protestors in Independence Square (Maidan). People appearing to be "cops" began to violently attack the protestors yet again. Two days later on February 20, the police brutality climaxed, causing many Maidan protesters to be killed. BBC News reports that "it was the deaths of at least 88 people, many of them protesters shot dead by uniformed snipers in 48 hours of bloodshed" that finally brought Yanukovych down.

According to NBC News's description of the February 20 massacre, "At least 50 anti-government protesters were killed [...] including many who were shot by snipers. It was the bloodiest day in months of demonstrations." This article adds that "The dozens of people who lost their lives during the Maidan Revolution became known as the 'Heavenly Hundred.' A stretch of the street where many of them were killed now bears that name."

The very next day on February 21 following the killing of the 'Heavenly Hundred' shot by the uniformed snipers in the crowds, Biden and Nuland's efforts almost culminated. Yanukovych agreed to sign a European Union-mediated peace pact with the 3 opposition leaders Klitschko, Tyahnibok and Nuland's "Yats." By signing this resolution, Yanukovych agreed to initiating early presidential elections and forming an interim unity government made up of himself and the 3 opposition leaders. This agreement also restored the 2004 constitution that limits presidential powers.

But the raging crowds were not appeased with the peace pact and agreement for democratic transfer of power after all the killings that had taken place the day before on the 20th, thanks to the U.S. and E.U.'s further condemnation of the massacre and the "police brutality." Kyivpost reports that "International outrage against Yanukovych quickly mounted after the deaths, prompting the European Union and United States to apply financial and visa sanctions against top Ukrainian officials." The same Kyivpost article states that Yanukovych was also losing support with the defections of lawmakers from his own party as well as police officers. Protesters kept calling for Yanukovych's immediate resignation, or else threatening violance. On February 22, 2014, Yanukovych got cold feet. He abandoned his post as president and and fled Kyiv.

What had caused Yanukovych to disgracefully flee despite his agreement with his opposition that guaranteed a peaceful transition of power through early elections? The answer is found on page 98 of Joe Biden's memoir "Promise Me, Dad" (Flatiron Books, Kindle Edition). In this memoir, Biden brags about how he persuaded Yanukovych to "walk away:"

"I made the last of many urgent calls to Yanukovych in late February of 2014, when his snipers were assassinating Ukrainian citizens by the dozens and we had credible reports that he was contemplating an even more vicious crackdown. I had been warning him for months to exercise restraint in dealing with his citizens, but on this night, three months into the demonstrations, I was telling him it was over; time for him to call off his gunmen and walk away. His only real supporters were his political patrons and his operators in the Kremlin, I reminded him, and he shouldn’t expect his Russian friends to rescue him from this disaster. Yanukovych had lost the confidence of the Ukrainian people, I said, and he was going to be judged harshly by history if he kept killing them. The disgraced president fled Ukraine the next day."

Was the above really all that Biden had told Yanukovych to persuade a sitting president to dishonorably desert his post and run?

Biden's capable of using much stronger "persuasive" language than the above, such as threatening to get a Ukrainian president assassinated, reveals another leaked audio recording (loads slowly) of a phone conversation between Biden and his puppet Poroshenko who replaced Yanukovych. This conversation took place just 2 weeks after Donald Trump got elected president in 2016. During the conversation, Biden began telling Poroshenko that he didn't want Ukraine to start getting indebted to Trump by accepting monetary aid from the Trump Administration. Biden ordered Poroshenko to try to find the funds his country needs through International Monetary Fund loans — or else Poroshenko's "economic as well as physical security" would be in jeopardy, Biden said. Biden told Poroshenko these exact words captured on video:

“This is getting very, very close to what I don’t want to have happen. I don’t want Trump to get in a position where he thinks he’s about to buy onto a policy where the financial system [of Ukraine] is going to collapse and he’s going to be looked to pour more money into Ukraine.

That’s how he’ll think about it before he gets sophisticated enough to know the detail.

So, anything you can do to push the PrivatBank to closure so that the IMF loans comes forward [for the funds Ukraine needs], I would respectfully suggest is critically important to your economic as well as physical security.”

What could Biden have meant by the "detail" Trump may come to "know" when he got "sophisticated enough," if Poroshenko were to let himself get indebted to him? Whatever this "detail" may be, it was important enough to endanger the puppet president's "economic as well as physical security.”

Plenty of convincing "detail" is revealed in a September 2015 paper in Oriental Review by Dr. Ivan Katchanovski from the University of Ottawa, which lays out conclusive evidence of the way the the bloody February 20, 2014 massacre that killed the "Heavenly Hundred" in Maidan was a false flag operation.

After Yanukovych was "persuaded" by Biden to flee for his life in ignominy, the Ukrainian parliament impeached and removed him from office hours after he abandoned his Kiev office to protesters. The interim government that formed did install Nuland's "Yats" as prime minister to lead the country until the early presidential elections scheduled for May 2014. "Yats" did sign the the trade pact with the European Union that Yanukovych had refused to sign way back at the beginning of the protests. This caused Russia to finalize the annexation of Crimea it had started. Ukraine's early May presidential election did bring NATO-friendly Poroshenko into power. Everything ended exactly the way the Obama Administration had planned — except — Ukraine's General Prosecutor had been snooping around. But Biden succeeded at taking care of this too, followed by ordering his puppet Poroshenko to restructure Ukraine's entire General Prosecutor's office "including the General Inspection," as has been pointed out in PART 2.

The Deep State operatives had indeed landed "jelly side up on this one."

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