Report: Mercenaries from the US have arrived in Kiev

by J P Maher on March 6, 2014

in J P Maher (team member), military, Ukraine

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13:45 – Approximately 300 so-called representatives of private military companies have arrived in Kiev, a military diplomat told Interfax on the phone from the Ukrainian capital city. These are soldiers of fortune proficient in combat operations. Most of them had operated under private contracts in Iraq, Afghanistan and other states, the source said. He did not disclose the nationalities of the mercenaries but said, “Most of them come from the United States.”

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1 Uncle Vladdi March 6, 2014 at 1:12 pm

The Russians should quickly and decisively put these Blackwater tards out of our misery!

Who do they think they’re up against – some of their usual scurvy “backwater” muslims?!

2 J P Maher March 6, 2014 at 1:59 pm

Add this: our illustrious Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel in briefing on March 5 referred to Poland and “the Baltic peninsula”… He confuses Baltic and Balkan… No one corrected him, if they even noticed… If they even knew the difference…

3 1389 March 6, 2014 at 2:42 pm

@J P Maher,

I researched the briefing and found an audio clip on Australia’s ABC site. I posted it with credit to you as an addendum to the new article, Crimea and Kosovo: What’s the difference?. We all remember Chuck Hagel as one of the biggest shills for the Clintons’ wars against the Serbs, which of course took place in the Balkans. This shows that the mainstream media throughout the Anglosphere are just as ignorant as the political “experts.”

4 Uncle Vladdi March 9, 2014 at 7:12 pm
5 Brian Noble March 9, 2014 at 8:53 pm

The Crimea doesn’t need to import thugs it has enough of its own. But understand this, corruption in the Ukraine is beyond belief. A total change of mental attitude by everybody is needed – a sort of moral re-armament. This can only happen through revolution. Unfortunatly most revolutions get sold down the river (but not all).
With luck and a concern for honesty above all things the Ukraine might change.
Lets hope it does, for all our sakes.

6 1389 March 10, 2014 at 12:36 am

Any revolution ignited by a George Soros-funded NGO and backed by the US has already been sold down the river before it even begins.

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