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Published: Sunday, Feb. 2 2014 9:28 a.m. MST

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JBQ
Saint Louis, MO

This is showing all the classic signs of previous Eastern European revolutions. The opposition builds and the Moscow puppet leadership pulls backs and negotiates to develop a concise strategy. There is also the massing of Russian troops in secret locations. The poisoning of a previous president with dioxin, was similar to that of the exiled spy in Britain. The jailing of Yulia Tymoshenko, an opposition leader who replaced him, is another classic case. The Russians will not give up their control of Ukraine because that is where the Russian fleet is on the Black Sea. I talked yesterday with someone who was born in Eastern Europe and whose father was a member of the Communist Party. This individual was religious as well as the mother. However, the father could not go to church as a member of the Party. This person stated that the same scenario is occurring all through Eastern Europe. There is indeed an attempt being made by Vladimir Putin to put together the old empire. It was especially telling that nuclear waste from Russia is being forcefully shipped and stored in these countries. Probably, this is hiding the development of nuclear weapon technology.

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