The IMF says it wants to lend Ukraine seventeen billion U.S. dollars. But that might change if the coup-appointed government in Kiev do not get control of eastern Ukraine. The results of the pressure we see today in Odessa with 42 dead and hundreds injured. Because behind The IMF Western powers led by the USA is pushing for advancing its geopolitical ambitions. The U.S. has invested five billion U.S. dollars to destabilize the country for a geopolitical agenda for which plans were drawn up for already in the 90s.
Ukraine is in the hands and the mercy of big banks and globalists who are ultimately responsible for what happens. At stake are the dollar and the current whole fraudulent economic system is on the verge of collapse. It is no coincidence that when U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland acknowledges that US paid for destabilizing actions in Ukraine. Incidentally, the same Nuland who said “fuck the EU” and thus exposes the distortion of power in the world as Putin warned in his speech in 2007 at the Munich Security Conference.
Listen to the video series “Fabian4Liberty” and his Media News Videos that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. And we agree with Fabian because it is a total clear scenario here. The west and IMFif continue like this, drives the world towards a new World War. Why you might ask? The IMF has told Kiev that if it doesn’t defend eastern areas of Ukraine against pro-Russian forces, or in other words risk going to war with Russia and starting World War 3, that a planned $17 billion dollar bailout package will have to be “redesigned”. IMF head Christine Lagarde said that the global body would “check regularly” to see if Ukraine was keeping up with its commitments on which the loan deal is dependent. One of those commitments includes a vow to use military forces to repel Russian influence in the east of the country. The IMF has told Kiev that the money spigot could be cut off if Kiev “loses control over (the) East of the country”. More
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