Putin’s next chess move; no visa regime for Ukrainians so they can flee to Russia

Putin offers a helping hand to Ukrainian people by letting them run to Russia

Ukrainians, being White Slavs, are a good addition to Russia. Many are Russians who resettled in Ukraine and are just “coming home.” Better to have Ukrainians doing the lower status work than Central Asians or some other non-white alien.

In my wife’s family there are Ukrainians who are economic migrants to Russia. Ukrainians are Russia’s Mexicans.

Putin’s has the wealth and the strong economy to embrace Ukrainians, even as the NWO Ukraine finds that it’s European-US suitors are threadbare under the arrogance, and offer nothing but Muslim immigrants and Agribusiness Monsanto takeover of Ukrainian farmland.

Vladimir Putin has mocked US sanctions imposed on Russia, saying he will open an account at US-sanctioned Rossiya Bank. During a meeting with the country’s senior security officials he added that he won’t introduce a visa regime with Ukraine.

Putin treated with irony the recent sanctions imposed on certain Russian lawmakers.

“Yes, these are those so-called ‘polite people in camouflage with guns’,” ironically said Putin hinting at Western accusations that Russian soldiers have taken bases in Crimea.

“Look at them, typical Moskals [pejorative term for Russians – ED.],” he added, pointing at US sanctioned prominent businessmen Arkady and Boris Rotenberg, Gennady Timchenko, head of the Volga Group and Yury Kovalchuk, the owner of Rossiya Bank. “I need to avoid these citizens as they are ‘compromising the country’.”

On Thursday the US expanded its sanctions list by adding 20 more names. US President Barack Obama announced a new executive order imposing further sanctions on top Russian officials and businessmen.

Aleksey Gromov, First Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration; Sergey Ivanov, Chief of Staff of the Presidential Executive Office; and Sergey Naryshkin, Speaker of the State Duma, the lower chamber of the Russian Parliament, are among those mentioned. Russian Railways President Vladimir Yakunin is also on the list.

The order also allows for measures against Russian energy, mining, defense, and engineering sectors.

Putin also commented on the latest sanction of the US authorities that concerned Russia’s Rossiya Bank, to which international payment systems Visa and MasterCard stopped serving clients on Friday.

The Russian president said he will get his salary via the sanctioned bank.

“I’ve already said that I was going to open an account in this bank, more than that I asked for my salary to be transferred to this account,” he said.

Putin added that Russian authorities should provide any possible support for the clients of the blocked Rossiya Bank, as this “finance establishment has nothing to do with Ukraine crisis.”

“The clients of the bank must be taken under our protection. We also should make sure that neither clients nor the bank will sustain any negative outcome from this situation,” he added.

RIA Novosti / Igor RussakRIA Novosti / Igor Russak

Putin assured that Russia will refrain from retaliatory sanctions against the US and introducing a visa regime with Ukraine.

Putin believes that millions of innocent Ukrainian would suffer should Russia introduce a visa regime with Ukraine.

“These people are not rich. They work in Russia to provide for their families. We shouldn’t do this,” he added.

Putin also said Russia will continue leading a project to repair helicopters in Afghanistan, which is run by NATO and Russia.

“We should continue this cooperation despite our NATO partners vow to freeze our partnership,” he said.

The so-called helicopter project, financed by both Russia and Western countries, aims at helping Afghanistan repair helicopter equipment produced in Russia and training special personnel to operate this equipment.

Putin’s statement about the visa regime came after reports this week that Ukraine might introduce a visa regime for Russians, but Ukraine’s coup-appointed PM, Arseny Yatsenuk, said the authorities are in no hurry to impose it.


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6 Responses to Putin’s next chess move; no visa regime for Ukrainians so they can flee to Russia

  1. Cj aka Elderofzyklons Blog says:

    Reblogged this on ElderofZyklon's Blog!.

  2. This thing between the US and Russia is nothing new.

    A decade ago George Soros was financing the “color revolutions” and Russia spent a few years just trying to keep US missiles off of her borders in Poland and Ukraine. Remember when the entire government and military brass of Poland died while landing their plane in Russia, on a trip to commemorate the Katyn massacre? Ironic. That kept US missiles out of Poland for another few years.

    If McCain had won in 2008, he’d have escalated that little Georgia/Ossetia dust up. Since the USSR fell, the US has been expanding. Putin seems to have united Russia enough they are willing to directly challenge NATO’s more aggressive moves. Now China is preparing for a mini-war with Japan over the various disputed islands and has a long term plan on incorporating Taiwan.

    So, the 9/11 Neo-Con plan was eight countries in five years: Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Iran. By my count, they got five but it took them twice as long as they expected. The shitty little country just had to take care of little Lebanon in 2006, but they lost. Obama was elected mostly to keep the US from a full on “real war” with Iran, which the entire Republican party were actively promoting. Russia, China, and most of the rest of the world were not going to sit by as the Empire took over Iran, and Putin wasn’t going to let them do to Syria what they had just done to Libya. Obama blinked – and thank White Jesus for that!

    In theory, I’m pro-war, especially against brown people, but we’re just another population under the rule of this Empire, so it’s not really “our” Empire anymore, if it ever really was. Just because the top ranking staff are white doesn’t mean they are on our side.

    • Denise says:

      Exactly. I’m a White woman. I don’t have a country.

      You are very, very astute, HR. I think that the Empire’s goals are crumbling. Putin and the rest of the BRIC countries are moving on. They don’t want or need the Empire anymore. So the Overlords are going to turn on their Prisoner Citizens. What say you?

      • @Denise

        I don’t know. I don’t think they can or will go after average white people, so to speak, at least, not any more than they already are.

        I have been surprised at how they are aggressively going after these hipster farms selling raw milk and the like. Someone made a comment recently, they really can’t get most of the real criminals, so they settle for making an example out of some people.

  3. Marc says:

    Yes, that is Sam Francis’s theory of anarcho-tyranny: “We refuse to control real criminals (that’s the anarchy) so we control the innocent (that’s the tyranny).”

  4. Anon says:

    Francis was so prescient with his anarcho-tyranny concept. Quite simply, his theory was that the authorities would be unable or unwilling to prosecute the lawbreakers, so they would prosecute the law-abiding instead.

    And we see it more and more, every day.

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