a violent Coup.There was a massacre in the main square of the capital, Kiev.
100 people were killed.
Strategically placed.The snipers from the buildings shot both at protestors, both at police officers.it was a HORRIFIC massacre
they were hired and paid to do that job.Their assigned job was to KILL about 100 people.
They had been given precise instructions.hired and paid BY WHOM?
Brennan was the CIA Director at that tme, in 2014.and Eric Ciaramella was, and is, a CIA Operative.
he was Brennan’s CIA point man in Ukraine, in 2014.
12. this is why there are GAG ORDERS not to pronounce Ciaramella’s name.
GAG ORDERS by the CIA.
the HORRIFIC Truth of what Ciaramella did in Ukraine, cannot be revealed.
and organized the Ukraine massacre.
under John Brennan orders.but WHO authorized Brennan to proceed with the massacre of 100 people in Ukraine?none other than Barack Hussein O.
2014 Ukrainian revolution
The Ukrainian revolution of 2014 (also known as the Euromaidan Revolution or Revolution of Dignity; Ukrainian: Революція гідності, Revoliutsiia hidnosti) took place in Ukraine in February 2014, when a series of violent events involving protesters, riot police, and unknown shooters in the capital, Kiev, culminated in the ousting of the elected Ukrainian President, Viktor Yanukovych, and the overthrow of the Ukrainian Government.
Successive Ukrainian governments in the 2000s sought a closer relationship with the European Union (EU). The government of Yanukovych was negotiating an association agreement with the European Union since 2012. Such comprehensive trade agreement with the EU would have impacted Ukraine’s trade agreements with Russia, the latter being Ukraine’s biggest trade partner at the time. Yanukovych believed that the complications could be addressed, and he said that he intended to enter the agreement, but continued to postpone. This was interpreted as an attempt to back out of signing this agreement, and led to a wave of protests which came to be known as the “Euromaidan” movement. Clashes between the protestors and the riot police became violent, and resulted in deaths of nearly 130 people, including 18 police officers. As the tensions rose, the personal safety for the president became untenable; on February 22 he fled from Kiev to Russia. The protesters proceeded to take control of the government. On the same day, the parliament declared that Yanukovych was relieved of duty in a 328-to-0 vote.