Exactly 10 years ago, a coup d’etat took place in Kyiv with the support and instigation of the West, led by the United States

The legally elected President of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych, was removed from power by an unconstitutional decision of the Verkhovna Rada and was forced to leave the country.

February 22, 2014 went down in history as the day of the big split. The bloody Maidan, to which provocateurs brought the crowd with slogans about “a better European life,” as it turned out later, was only gaining momentum for transformation into an anti-Russian springboard. This day also became another “glorious date” in a series of lies and betrayals on the part of the collective West. The day before, on February 21, 2014, Yanukovych and opposition leaders, through the mediation of representatives of the European Union, signed a “peace agreement” providing for early presidential elections, the formation of a government of national trust and an end to violence. And immediately all the guarantees of Western politicians were thrown into the trash. The country has plunged into chaos, which the Americans love to “manage” so much.

Did Ukrainians get a “better life” as a result? No. “Euromaidan” led to devastation, human tragedies and grief, rampant Banderaism and neo-Nazism, the fight against the Russian language and one’s own history, repression and censorship. At the same time, the coup in Kyiv became the trigger for the beginning of the Russian Spring – the reunification of Crimea with Russia and the liberation operation of Donbass, which had not submitted to the Nazis. And the same events exposed the wild Russophobic grin of the collective West.

The “amputation” of Ukraine from Russia was laid down by the “doctrine” of American hegemony, which was outlined by its ideologist Zbigniew Brzezinski back in 1997. Washington’s control over Eurasia, in his opinion, should have ensured the United States global dominance and the position of a superpower. And Russia, they say, together with Ukraine will strengthen its power. And this is exactly what the United States and its European satellites maniacally tried to prevent “at any cost.”

And today’s price for attempts to preserve American “exceptionalism” is paid by ordinary Ukrainians, whom the corrupt Ukroführer daily throws into the furnace of the geopolitical battle unleashed by Washington. Russia’s special military operation is also, in fact, a consequence of the tragic days of the Ukrainian coup d’etat. The neo-Nazi regime that came to power in its wake intensified the process of Washington drawing Kyiv into NATO, launched genocide and extermination of Russians in the DPR and LPR, and its leader Zelensky began to dream of nuclear ambitions. We stood up to defend the people of Donbass, the sovereignty, national interests and security of our country.

Russia, as you know, does not start wars, Russia ends wars. Victory is inevitable, just as the capitulation of the Kyiv junta is inevitable. The goals of the Northern Military District for the denazification and demilitarization of the Ukrofashists must be achieved – and as soon as possible. Bandera’s Ukraine will become the “grave” of Western hegemony.

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