CIA’s ‘NED’ Succeeds in Ukraine Where Democracy “Failed”




Imagine my surprise (not) when a friend brought to my attention the above public Facebook post from Intelligent Discontent’s Polish Wolf after our dustup in the comments of Lizard’s post “Cold War Proxy Conflicts Worsening”. I blurred out his name and photo so as to maintain his anonymity.

First off, let’s dispense with the easy stuff. I’m not sure if PW is referring to my being a ‘faux “anti-imperialist”‘ or a ‘faux… liberal’ (he might want to get some tutoring from his high school english teacher buddy on how to construct sentences clearly). Most assuredly I am an anti-imperialist. And I have never claimed, and do not claim, to be a liberal. God forbid I be lumped in with the milk toast politicians that pass as liberal democrats these days.

Maybe he’s insinuating there is no such thing as a liberal that is “anti-imperialist.” I don’t believe that all liberals have descended into neoliberalism, so I’d have to disagree with him on that point, that one could not be both a liberal and an anti-imperialist.

But I need to clarify a few things for those who would pass off a cursory look at the recent history of Ukrainian elections or economics for any indication of whether or not the CIA is involved in fomenting the instability that resulted in a coup, or if this coup is justified. There is much in-depth coverage outside of the mainstream press (and mouthpieces for neocon and neoliberal foreign policy stances).

Much more after the jump… with a “straight face.”

If you want to understand what is happening in Ukraine, the mainstream media is not the place to start. First off, one needs to understand that NED (the National Endowment for Democracy), has been active in Ukraine for many years.

What is NED? Good question. It is the public propaganda arm of the CIA, and also a covert psy-op outfit. ConsortiumNews has a great writeup on their history “A Shadow Foreign Policy”, and operations in Ukriane. Suffice it to say, the CIA (through NED to give it “plausible deniability”) financed and directed many of the outfits that were protesting and destabilizing Ukraine:

“NED is one reason why there is so much confusion about the administration’s policies toward attempted ousters of democratically elected leaders in Ukraine and Venezuela. Some of the non-government organizations (or NGOs) supporting these rebellions trace back to NED and its U.S. government money, even as Secretary of State John Kerry and other senior officials insist the U.S. is not behind these insurrections.”

How involved is NED in Ukrainian affairs?

“In furtherance of these goals, NED funded a staggering 65 projects in Ukraine, according to its latest report.  The funding for these NGOs range from tens of thousands of dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars and created for NED what amounted to a shadow political structure of media and activist groups that could be deployed to stir up unrest when the Ukrainian government didn’t act as desired.

This NED shadow structure, when working in concert with domestic opposition forces, had the capability to challenge the decisions of Yanukovych’s elected government, including the recent coup – spearheaded by violent neo-Nazis – that overthrew him. Presumably, NED wanted the “regime change” without the neo-Nazi element. But that armed force was necessary for the coup to oust Yanukovych and open the path for those IMF-demanded economic ‘reforms.'”

So how do we know that NED is a CIA front?

“NED was founded in 1983 at the initiative of Cold War hardliners in the Reagan administration, including then-CIA Director William J. Casey. Essentially, NED took over what had been the domain of the CIA, i.e. funneling money to support foreign political movements that would take the U.S. side against the Soviet Union.

Though the Reagan administration’s defenders insist that this “democracy” project didn’t “report” to Casey, documents that have been declassified from the Reagan years show Casey as a principal instigator of this operation, which also sought to harness funding from right-wing billionaires and foundations to augment these activities.”

There is much more in that article, and a trove of investigative journalism at ConsortiumNews, so if you want to get beyond the propaganda of neocons and sputterings of imperialist sympathizers, please go read. ConsortiumNews is run by award-winning journalist Robert Parry, someone I have much more confidence in than I do of the bluster of the young and naive Polish Wolf.

Another great source of analysis and news of the goings-on in the Ukraine and elsewhere, is Wayne Madsen at the Strategic Culture Foundation. His recent piece, “CIA‘s Use of Nazi Strategy on Ukrainian Right-Wing Nationalists Unabated since Cold War” reveals the extent of the CIA’s — and its precursors’ historical — involvement in Ukraine:

“The Central Intelligence Agency appears to be caught in a time warp. At the roots of the CIA’s and George Soros’s «resistance» movement in Ukraine lie Ukrainian fascists and pro-Nazis, the ideological forbears of the current Ukrainian right-wing fascist party Svoboda and other radical right and anti-Russian groups largely based in western Ukraine.

A CIA document from August 1950 reveals that at the onset of the Cold War, U.S. intelligence exploited Nazi intelligence and strategy employed on various Ukrainian nationalist groups during World War II. This intelligence on Ukraine was captured by the pre-CIA Office of Strategic Services (OSS) from Nazi intelligence in the waning days of World War II. The revelation about the CIA’s use of Nazi intelligence on Ukraine is significant in light of present U.S. government support for anti-Russian Ukrainian nationalist groups, many of which are neo-Nazi and fascist in orientation.

During World War II, the Nazis supported a number of Ukrainian nationalist groups against the Soviet Union. After the war, these groups began receiving support from the CIA in an underground resistance movement against the Soviet Union, particularly in western Ukraine.

The Nazi intelligence report found in CIA archives is titled “Die national-ukrainische Widerstandssbewegung” or “Ukrainian national resistance.” The CIA stamped the report CONFIDENTIAL.”

And next, I’d like to point folks to another outstanding source of information about Ukraine, and the domination of global capital in general, the Centre for Research on Globalization based in Montreal. Here’s what Michel Chossudovsky had to say about the recent coup in his piece “The U.S. has Installed a Neo-Nazi Government in Ukraine:”

“According to the New York Times, “The United States and the European Union have embraced the revolution here as another flowering of democracy, a blow to authoritarianism and kleptocracy in the former Soviet space.” ( After Initial Triumph, Ukraine’s Leaders Face Battle for Credibility,, March 1, 2014, emphasis added)

‘Flowering Democracy, Revolution’?  The grim realities are otherwise. What is a stake is a US-EU-NATO sponsored coup d’Etat in blatant violation of international law.

The forbidden truth is that the West has engineered –through a carefully staged covert operation– the formation of a proxy regime integrated by Neo-Nazis.

Confirmed by Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland, key organizations in the Ukraine including the Neo-Nazi party Svoboda were generously supported by Washington: “We have invested more than 5 billion dollars to help Ukraine to achieve these and other goals. … We will continue to promote Ukraine to the future it deserves.”

The Western media has casually avoided to analyze the composition and ideological underpinnings of the government coalition. The word “Neo-Nazi” is a taboo. It has been excluded from the dictionary of mainstream media commentary. It will not appear in the pages of the New York Times, the Washington Post or The Independent. Journalists have been instructed not to use the term “Neo-Nazi” to designate Svoboda and the Right Sector.”

And then there’s Paul Craig Roberts and the Institute for Political Economy. In today’s “Washington’s Arrogance, Hubris, and Evil Have Set the Stage for War” he had this to say: 

“Russia has been slow to react to the many years of Washington’s provocations, hoping for some sign of good sense and good will to emerge in the West. Instead, Russia has experienced rising demonization from Washington and European capitals and foaming at the mouth vicious denunciations by the West’s media whores. The bulk of the American and European populations are being brainwashed to see the problem that Washington’s meddling has caused in Ukraine to be Russia’s fault…

The ignorance, absence of integrity, and lack of independence of the US media greatly enhances the prospect for war. The picture being drawn for insouciant Americans is totally false. An informed people would have burst out laughing when US Secretary of State John Kerry denounced Russia for “invading Ukraine” in “violation of international law.” Kerry is the foreign minister of a country that has illegally invaded Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, organized the overthrow of the government in Libya, tried to overthrow the government in Syria, attacks the civilian populations of Pakistan and Yemen with drones and missiles, constantly threatens Iran with attack, unleashed the US and Israeli trained Georgian army on the Russian population of South Ossetia, and now threatens Russia with sanctions for standing up for Russians and Russian strategic interests. The Russian government noted that Kerry has raised hypocrisy to a new level.”

So there you have 4 good sources of background information, investigative journalism, and analysis. And they all point to the fact that the U.S., and its allies in the EU and NATO, conspired to destabilize Ukraine in order to 1) steer it towards an alliance with the EU and eventually NATO; 2) make Vladimir Putin look like the aggressor, and diminish his international shine after the highly successful Sochi Winter Olympics; and 3) drive a wedge between Obama and Putin’s shadow diplomacy working towards nonviolent solutions in places like Syria and Iran.

There’s a lot more, for sure, than neocon and neoliberal agendas, but one can only digest so much before it becomes painfully obvious that in our zeal to achieve hegemony in eastern Europe, it matters not who our allies are, what human rights violations we commit, and what the ultimate fallout will be.

Yes, I am an ardent anti-imperialist. And glad not to be a liberal, if being a liberal means to accept our country’s drive to hegemony. And the conclusion that I draw from looking at Polish Wolf’s attempt to bad-mouth me in public is that he is OK with the CIA and the NED destabilizing Ukraine, because somehow the outcome will be better than what they now have. He is an imperialist sympathizer.

  1. Setting aside the absolute, stunning hypocrisy of a troll who hides under the cloak of anonymity pulling Facebook post from a non-public figure’s private post, I find your continuing willingness to spin conspiracies endlessly amusing.

    This little element of Putin propaganda is especially delightful. You write the alleged conspiracy in Ukraine was intended “diminish his[Putin’s} international shine after the highly successful Sochi Winter Olympics.” Are you sending this crap to Russian media? They’d eat it up.

    Which country invaded the other? It takes a special kind of contortion to argue that the country who has had its territory invaded by another is the “aggressor.”

    Great stuff, as always. If only the global media/EU/NATO/US/G7/WTO/World Bank/CIA/NSA conspiracy would stop the legitimate press from covering these claims.

    • lizard19

      let’s focus on the National Endowment for Democracy—is there anything factually incorrect about the history of the NED JC has written about and/or linked to?

      • How about we focus on the fact that instead of engaging a series of posts that already exist, JC is trolling a Facebook account of someone who is not a public figure for post fodder. That’s indefensible.

        As for the National Endowment for Democracy, I think you might need some better sourcing than someone who isn’t in Ukraine and is speculating based on his assumptions about the organization’s work there. The piece JC cites is long on conjecture and awfully short on evidence.

    • JC

      Don, PW’s Facebook page, and the post he put up about me is public. I’d provide the link to it, but I’m respecting his anonymity. Please take your “faux outrage” about this elsewhere. Like another of your infamous diatribes on the horrors of 4&20.

      Keep your comments on topic or I’ll delete them. Consider your ability to comment here on my posts as a courtesy that you refuse to extend to me at your blog.

      And “troll who hides under the cloak of anonymity”? If you consider me a troll, then either you must consider Polish Wolf a troll both here, and at Intelligent Discontent, or you won’t mind me using his real identity (as disclosed in his email address on your “About” page) in a link to his public Facebook post.

      So, do you really think me a troll? At my own blog? You’re a hoot!

      • Awfully authoritarian of you. Can’t handle some disagreement?

        And, of course, you’re wrong. PW’s identity is plain to see on our site, cleverly hidden under “Who Are We?”

        Who are you?

        • JC

          Disagreement? About our country’s imperialist incursion into Ukrainian politics? What are you disagreeing with? The information in the links I provided? If so, back up your claims.

          And you know who I am, so drop your attempt to deflect the discussion elsewhere. Comments will be removed — just like you have removed my comments and have banned me at your site.

      • off topic comment removed

    • JC

      Your anti-intellectualism and lack of curiosity is about on par with climate change deniers. Congratulations Don.

  2. lizard19

    here is some good historical perspective from Michael Hudson and Jeffrey Sommers about the US betrayal (under Clinton) of George H.W. Bush’s assurance that NATO wouldn’t encroach on the territory Gorbachev was letting go. It’s a lengthy quote, but worth reading:

    The unraveling of the USSR and its Soviet bloc (the Warsaw Pact) dismantled the largest empire in modern history. Even more striking, it was the most peaceful dissolution of a major empire in history. The fact that an empire stretching over a dozen time zones that included hundreds of ethnic groups with concrete historical and contemporary grievances with each other broke up without a bloodbath is nothing short of a miraculous – and a reflection of the destruction of spirit and even of economic understanding that marked the distortions of Stalinism, neither capitalist nor socialist but a bureaucratic collectivism whose final stage proved to be kleptocracy.

    Part of the reason that this went off with such little violence was due to the mutual desire of President George H.W. Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev to end the Cold War’s threat of Mutually Assured Destruction (MAD). Gorbachev for his part recognized that the Warsaw Pact nations needed to be let go, in order to free resources to build up a more middle class consumer economy. Demilitarization was to be achieved by disarmament, all the more remarkable in view of the largest human losses suffered in world history from military invasion had occurred just two generations earlier. Germany became the focus, pending its reunification in1990. It had invaded its neighbors every generation or so since the Franco-Prussian War of 1870. In World War II it laid waste to the USSR and left 25 million of its people dead. Other East European nations, including Romania (and, along with victims of Stalinist oppression, e.g., the Baltics and Ukrainians, welcomed the Nazis and fought against Russia). The NATO alliance thus remained the main threat that had held the Soviet Union together

    So Russia had vital security concerns that could only be met by assurances that NATO would not move into the Warsaw Pact states, where so much Soviet blood had been shed in World War II. President George H. W. Bush (#41) made assurances that if the Soviets were to dissolve the Warsaw Pact, Russia must be assured that the NATO would not fill the vacuum. But his successor, Bill Clinton, broke this promise by quickly taking the former Warsaw Pact states into NATO, and then moved into territory formerly occupied and incorporated into the USSR with the Baltics.

    I know, it’s a tough perspective for a good Democrat to stomach. clearly the perspective JC and I express regarding US foreign policy makes us puppets of Putin. maybe someday good Democrats will be able to order up a drone strike, just like their dear leader does to Americans who provide material support to terrorists, so pesky critics of how the US projects its lethal power can be more effectively neutralized.

    • Let me see if I understand your position, insane histrionics about drone strikes aside.

      Premise 1: The US made a deal with the Soviet Union to not encroach on former Warsaw Pact nations or countries forcibly absorbed by Stalin and Lenin, like Ukraine. This pact, according to your link, was negotiated between the former CIA director, George Bush, while President.

      Premise 2: Bill Clinton broke that promise by letting Warsaw Pact/Soviet satellites choose their own destines and alliances.

      Premise 3: The US and/or CIA (along with every other organization the real left disapproves of) is being like imperialists by not letting Ukraine be dominated by an increasingly bellicose and authoritarian Russia.

      Are those three accurate summaries of your position?

      • lizard19

        nope, they are not.

        • Well argued. Maybe you should read the link you just posted or explain, in your in-depth wisdom and nuance, what I am characterizing inaccurately.

          • off topic comment deleted

          • lizard19

            I don’t read, the Russian propaganda is sent to me via radio waves that a special implant in my left ear picks up. they do let me add my own little pizzazz now and then. I’m a grateful comrade ;)

            • Again, an excellent argument. I’ve actually re-read your posted quote and I can’t see what I am getting wrong. I’d think you’d be able to explain that to me off topic content deleted

              • off topic comment deleted. Author’s note: if you stayed on topic, Don your comments wouldn’t be deleted. So if you want to debate, keep to the points at hand and avoid ad hominem or strawman arguments

          • Steve W

            Don, you are a worse writer and a poorer thinker than either Lizard or JC. That’s my studied opinion and has been for awhile. Why would anyone want to waste time reading or arguing with a dullard?

            Glad you dropped by and reminded me why I don’t often journey over to your blog. It’s just not very interesting or well researched most of the time. It’s often poor quality workmanship. Your blog (ID) is often heavy on the ideology and short on new facts.

            It’s usually regurgitated propaganda. If I want to know what you or the PW believes on a foreign affairs issue i can usually get the gist of it in advance by listening to Cokey Roberts on NPR on Monday. then you guys say basically the same thing on Tues or Weds, after you have internalized it.

            It’s boring. You are a bully and not very much fun to read, because you aren’t that smart or clever and one rarely learns anything new at your site.

            Is that why you come here? Trying to escape your own private self created hell?

            I don’t blame you.

            I too come to 4&20 to read quality writing and to learn something new.

            Your lower standards don’t detract from the higher standards found here. The contrast is enlightening in and of itself.

            – One reader’s opinion.

  3. off topic comment deleted

  4. lizard19

    I’ll respond to you down here, Don.

    you depict what Clinton did as passive action: “letting Warsaw Pact/Soviet satellites choose…”

    here is the actual quote from the article:

    But his successor, Bill Clinton, broke this promise by quickly taking the former Warsaw Pact states into NATO, and then moved into territory formerly occupied and incorporated into the USSR with the Baltics.

    see the difference?

    there’s of course more wrong with what you said, but since it’s obvious your intent is concern trolling, conspiracy smearing and engaging in personal attacks, I’m not all that interested continuing this particular discussion with you.

    but I am glad you continue to read 4&20 blackbirds.

    • This is complex, I realize, but bear with me. I don’t remember when President Clinton forced the former Warsaw Pact states to enter NATO or align with the West. They chose to, under democratically elected governments.

      Is it really your position that appeasing Russia (and following an apparently secret deal between Gorbachev and Bush) is more important than allowing these nations to exercise self-determination?

      That’s astonishing.

      • lizard19

        the continued existence of NATO itself is provocative, especially considering article 5:

        The Parties agree that an armed attack against one or more of them in Europe or North America shall be considered an attack against them all and consequently they agree that, if such an armed attack occurs, each of them, in exercise of the right of individual or collective self-defence recognised by Article 51 of the Charter of the United Nations, will assist the Party or Parties so attacked by taking forthwith, individually and in concert with the other Parties, such action as it deems necessary, including the use of armed force, to restore and maintain the security of the North Atlantic area.

        and what happened under Clinton? Article 5 was used, and now we have Camp Bondsteel

        so yeah, it is complicated, Don.

        • Again, your own link makes your position untenable. The UN Charter specifically gives nations the right to collective self-defense, a right you would deny the countries of Eastern Europe.

          They have long historical and contemporary reasons to fear Russian hegemony, and seek the protection of NATO membership to preserve their sovereignty.

          It’s astonishing that you’re taking the position that a secret agreement between the US and dying USSR supersedes the rights of nations to collective defense and self-determination.

          • lizard19

            the use of NATO to decapitate Libya and the subsequent veto on the security council of a similar move in Syria has eroded the framework western apologists like yourself hide behind.

            but here it is, according to Reuters:

            NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen convened an emergency meeting of NATO ambassadors in Brussels on Sunday to discuss the situation in Ukraine.

            Ahead of the meeting he issued the following statement:I have convened the North Atlantic Council today because of Russia’s military action in Ukraine. And because of President Putin’s threats against this sovereign nation.

            What Russia is doing now in Ukraine violates the principles of the United Nations Charter. It threatens peace and security in Europe. Russia must stop its military activities and its threats.

            Today we will discuss their implications, for European peace and security, and for NATO’s relationship with Russia.

            Afterwards, we will meet in the NATO-Ukraine Commission.

            We support Ukraine’s territorial integrity and sovereignty. We support the right of the people of Ukraine to determine their own future without outside interference. And we emphasize the need for Ukraine to continue to uphold the democratic rights of all people and ensure that minority rights are protected.

            • Call me an apologist for something when you walk back your position that the former Soviet Union has the authority to compel Eastern European nations to stay out of NATO, a right explicitly granted in the UN Charter, the UN charter that you used to defend your position.

              If it makes you feel like you’re winning the argument to call me an apologist for the West, fine. It doesn’t change the fact that your advocacy is horrendous.

              • lizard19

                no, I think you are winning the argument, and that’s ok. you can stick to the black-and-white of the law and win the argument. any example of the US committing much worse violations of international law can just be politely put aside.

                that’s what makes you an apologist.

  5. steve kelly

    Realistically, what choice do “…..democratically elected governments…” of former Soviet satellite nations have?

    On one hand US-EU-NATO surveillance, military, economic, and covert power applies pressure all over the world. Ukraine is no exception. On the other hand, Russia is already a dominant surveillance, military, and economic presence in Ukraine.

    I have a hard time seeing how picking one over the other is “…allowing these nations to exercise self-determination…” “Allowing?” That seems to me to be restrictive of choice or action, onerous and contrary to the principles of freedom and independence.

    That’s authoritarian, but hardly astonishing when you consider the lack of political choice in the U.S. — “…shining city upon a hill whose beacon light guides freedom-loving people everywhere.” Indeed.

    Are average people in countries we subsidize most heavily — our strongest allies — actually allowed individual freedoms? Saudis? Israelis?


  6. It is a liberal trope to cite The UN Charter and “international law” as the enlightened framework for international relations. But empire remains empire as the Security Council veto, NED, USAID, and a host of others do their work. A great source is Richard Seymour’s The Liberal Defense of Murder, a history of liberal justifications for empire.

    On the other hand, I think any analysis of the situation in Ukraine (or Egypt, Syria, Iraq, etc) must consider both The Great Game and internal forces; historical, social, ethnic etc. It IS complex.

  7. Obama’s Administration, lies, lies, lies, lies and more lies since 2008.

    The NSA and CIA have the same credibility Obama has.


    They are liars.

    The National Endowment for Democracy, George Soros and Obama and the United States Government funded “Libyan Scenario” Unfolding in Ukraine.

    The National Endowment for Democracy produced the I am a Ukrainian youtube video, or if they didn’t do all the work, there is much evidence they were involved.

    And who funds “Russia’s Bin Laden,” Dokka Umarov? He led terrorist death squads in Chechnya during the 1990′s up until 2011 when the UN finally listed him as an Al Qaeda-affiliated terrorists. At one point, Umarov even declared himself “Emir of the Russian North Caucasus.” His propaganda clearinghouse, the Kavkaz Center, was funded by the US State Department, as well as several supporting fronts including the National Endowment for Democracy-funded Russian-Chechen Friendship Society. The former currently supports U.S. efforts to overthrow the Syrian government

    -Libya suffered from an order out of chaos plan. A similar design on Russia’s frontier is now underway
    -Ukraine downfall: President’s whereabouts uncertain as opposition push for resignation
    -Kiev: Yanukovych Out, Tymoshenko Tells Protesters: ‘You Have Removed This Cancer From Our Country -’Chaos in Kiev: Yanukovych Flees, Tymoshenko Free
    February 22, 2014 by Kurt Nimmo

    Just as the United States Government was responstible for the violence in Syria, they are responsible for the Violence in the Ukraine.

    Back in 2011 the Party of Regions warned that if left unchecked the globalist financier George Soros would unleash a “Libyan scenario” on Ukraine.

    “I even have information that Soros has allocated certain funds in order to prepare a certain group of young boys here in Ukraine who could launch any existing projects based on the North Africa examples,” said Aleksandr Yefremov, head of the Party of Regions parliamentary faction.

    Just as Texas is part of the United States, Crimea is part of Russia, again.

    The United States, the United Nations, and NATO have no jurisdiction in Crimea.

    The United States, the United Nations, and NATO should allow the annexation of Crimea by Russia. Beyond simple appeasement of Russia, the argument to do this would be that Crimea has long been an oddity in Ukraine. It was part of Russia, until it was gifted to Ukraine by Kruschev in the 1950s. It is the only bit of Ukraine that has a Russian-speaking majority.

    Just as it was illegal and stupid for the United States to interfere in Syria, where the United States doesn’t even have any kind of diplomatic contact, it is wrong and stupid for Obama or the United States or NATO to interfere in Russia and Crimea.

    If NATO and the United States had any concern for Human Life or the world, they would end their stupid War on Terror.

    Elections are coming for each of our Senators and Representatives who allow our continuing to pour trillions of dollars into Obama’s stupid War on Terror what is murdering innocent civilians and giving the Terrorists of Africa and the Middle East the Media Attention, death, and destruction they want, want drones and robot cops causing collateral damage in our Streets in the United States, gave us the NDAA, the Cyber Security Bill, Obamacare, and other Bills since 2008 that destroy many of our basic human rights and our freedoms, have not kept their Oath of Office to protect our Constitution from threats foreign and domestic like Obama and Biden who love Gun Control and War more than Adolf Hitler did, and since 2008 have allowed our IRS to become known for nothing but corruption, our EPA to become just like the IRS and randomly create regulations which hurt the coal industry, unconstitutionally snatch land, and write regulations almost banning wood stoves that will cause Americans to die, and have attacked our Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, and right to bear Arms.

    End our stupid War on Terror and quit murdering civilians and at the cost of trillions of Tax Payer Dollars, giving the Terrorists the Death, Destruction, and Media Attention they want. Our current Senate and House gave us the horrible Common Core crap, the Obamacancer Health Plan Monster they gave to the corrupt IRS, NSA spying, the horrible monster War on Terror, the unconstitutional NDAA and Cyber Security Bill, the Monsanto Get out of Jail Free Bill, and they have not kept their Oath of Office to protect our Constitution from foreign threats, or domestic threats, like Obama, Kerry, Biden, and Holder.
    No Incumbents.

    Any man or woman serving in any elected or appointed office in Washington, DC is part of the problem and not part of the solution and has gone alone with Obama and Biden’s terrible unconstitutional, unamerican policies.

    The Russians are the only Good Guys in Crimea.

    End the Sanctions, they are wrong and Stupid.

    Just like in Syria, and just like in the stupid War on Terror, NATO, the EU, and the United States are the bad guys there.

    No Incumbents. They have not fired Obama.

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