Ukraine’s Iron Lady – “Can you feel my love?”
” I am ready to grab a machinegun and shoot that motherf__ker [Putin] in the head.”
” I would have found a way to kill those assh_les. I hope I will be able to get all of my connections involved.”
” And I will use all of my means to make the entire world rise up, so there wouldn’t even be a scorched field left in Russia.”
On a question of what to do with the 8 million Russians left inside the Ukraine she says, “They must be killed with nuclear weapons.”
[ Editors Note: The Neocons and NATO…they sure know how to pick dependable allies. I had a feeling that the Russians are sitting on a mountain of these ‘can you feel my love’ recordings. They are sending a message to all the other Western leaders a message to consider what they have on them. You all know what I am going to say now.
“You just can’t make this stuff up.”
Dear Miss Iron lady,
You lost Crimea because you overplayed your hand. The unconstitutional coup and the 100 sniper murders gave the Crimeans and the Russians total justification for taking defensive actions. You were even too stupid to say stuff like this on the phone.
I wouldn’t trust you to run a girl scout troop…but I think you would do just fine as an executioner in a prison camp somewhere. You show a lot of talent toward that area. Unfortunately, I don’t foresee a happy ending for either you, or those foolish enough to follow you.
As Francesco Nitti, ex-Prime Minister of Italy between the great wars said,
“Statesmen are the most directly responsible for the continuation of a language of violence. They should be the first to speak the language of peace.” …The Wreck of Europe, Nitti… 1922.
You madam, are no stateswoman…not by a long shot. You are just another political thug like those that killed their own people on the Maidan. You have just proved that any and all defensive measures against you and your gangsters are totally justified… Jim W. Dean ]
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