The Chocolate King & Other Fairy Tales

1997-2-15-honduras-tegucigalpa-cops-square-off-to-blThis past weekend, while the Ukrainian military was using helicopter gun ships to bomb trucks carrying wounded civilians to hospitals in Donetsk, billionaire oligarch Petro Poroshenko won the sham presidential elections in Ukraine.

According to Denis Pushilin, chairman of the Donetsk People’s Republic Supreme Council, over 100 people were killed in attacks which coincided with the putsch-installed Kiev regime’s national elections. The result of these “elections” was predictable.

The military assaults on left-leaning eastern Ukraine ensured low turnout in that region, where most people didn’t recognize the elections as legitimate in the first place.

Poroshenko was touted as “moderate chocolate king” by Western media, but soon announced he will continue the crackdown on the Eastern opposition. Little mentioned is the fact that he is the former head of the Council of Ukraine’s National Bank – the country’s privately-held central bank.

Second place finisher Yulia Tymoshenko would have been too obvious a choice for the IMF/Rothschild resource-pirate crowd who installed the Kiev fascists at gunpoint a few months back. She had done their bidding in the phony Orange Revolution “elections”, only to land in the big house for her natural gas queen crime spree.

Poroshenko also owns 5 Kanal TV station and controls the confectionary Roshen Group, the automobile-manufacturing Bogdan Group and the Leninska Kuznya shipyard.

Let it be a lesson to future dictators. If you want to legitimize your murderous regime, simply orchestrate a rushed election, and carry out a military assault on the opposition that same day. Don’t worry. The sock puppet corporate/banker-owned media won’t cover the latter half of your strategy.

Then it’s off to the privatization/globalization sweepstakes where most Ukrainians will end up in the poor house, while a handful of oligarchs will be even more frequent guests of fellow inbred central bankers on the French Riviera.

Hell, its back to the good old days where overthrowing democratically-elected governments was the rule rather than the exception. And all one had to do to justify it was blame the Russians.

In Iran, at the behest of BP, Mossadegh had to go in 1953, while in Guatemala United Fruit tossed Arbenz in 1954. Bananas and oil don’t you know. And that was only the beginning of the post-war CIA/Mossad/M16 bloodbath for resources gig.

In Congo Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba was assassinated in 1961. In Iraq Abd al-Karim Qasim was assassinated by CIA asset Saddam Hussein in 1963. That same year Juan Bosch was removed as democratically-elected President of the Dominican Republic. In Brazil Jaoa Goulart was ousted in a CIA-backed coup. In Indonesia Sukarno was overthrown in 1965.

During the 1970’s Allende was tossed out in Chile, Whitlam in Australia, Manley in Jamaica, Abdallah in the Comoros, Tombalbaye in Chad and Bhutto in Pakistan.

The 1980’s saw democratically-elected governments ousted by these same bankster mercenaries in South Yemen, Grenada, Fiji, Panama, Suriname and Afghanistan.

The period from 1990-2010 was marked by an increase in soft covert operations, spearheaded by NGOs and USAID. With the fall of the Berlin Wall, the West could no longer use the Soviet threat as an excuse to use military force to grab resources.

The 911 false flag provided just the solution. The “Muslim extremist” card was played to justify invasions in Afghanistan and Iraq, a coup in Libya and an attempted coup in Syria, as well as covert drone wars in Somalia, Yemen, Pakistan and elsewhere. Never mind that the extremists were Company assets.

Events in Ukraine foreshadow a return to the good old days, where the Illuminati bankers attempt to instill a new Cold War mentality on Western populations to justify the ongoing Central Asia resource derby.

But with Russia signing a $400 billion gas deal with China while announcing that it will begin using rubles instead of dollars in future international transactions, the banksters’ longing for the good old Cold War days where “war is business and business is good”, could soon be replaced by a strong aversion to jail time and increasing irrelevance.

Between now and then the dollar will surely crash and the Euro-bankers will somehow swim away temporarily unscathed, as per usual. But when the Central Asian “great game” is finally played out, it could very well be forced labor camps for inbreds.

Dean Henderson is the author of five books: Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror Network, The Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries, Das Kartell der Federal Reserve, Stickin’ it to the Matrix & The Federal Reserve Cartel.  You can subscribe free to his weekly Left Hook column @ www.hendersonlefthook.wordpress.com

3 responses to “The Chocolate King & Other Fairy Tales

  1. At least these people know their government is a sham; Americans think their government if legitimate.

  2. Yeah, and let’s not forget the precursor to Iraq and all that has followed; Kosovo. NATO went from never having fired one single bullet in 50 years to an all out assault on the sovereign nation of Serbia, via the Carny Prince Bill Clinton’s abominable “humanitarian interventionism” media lockstep gigantic war crime.

    Remember Kosovo’s new (and still) Prime Minister?
    Yeah … Hashim (want to buy a used kidney) Thaci.

    Who can forget the “all for one and one for all” photo of Thaci, the British General Jackson, Wesley (Supreme Commander) Clark,
    the French (haha) diplomat Bernarnd Kuchner and a monster by the name of Agim (the snake) Ceku’? Not me..

    5 war criminals

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