Is The U.S. Behind The Russia Coup Attempt? America’s History In The Region Forces Independent Media To Ask The Questions The Biden-Loving MSM Won’t


by Stefan Stanford, All News Pipeline:

We woke up this morning, as many did, to the breaking news of Russia’s Wagner Group, a Russian private military company, being accused of trying to stage a coup against Vladimir Putin. After going through multiple reports it appears the Wagners Group leader Yevgeny Prigozhin believes Russia’s defense minister was behind bombing of Prigozhin’s war camps in Ukraine.

A quick recap from New York Post, before delving into the possibility, and given our recent history in that geographical area, perhaps probability might be more accurate, that the U.S. is once again behind another coup attempt.


Forces from Wagner Group, the private military contractor that had been fighting for the Kremlin in Ukraine, have reportedly crossed the border and stormed back into Russia, demanding the removal of the nation’s defense minister in the most serious threat to President Vladimir Putin’s authority since he took power in 2000.

Yevgeny Prigozhin, owner and founder of the mercenary organization, is calling for an armed rebellion and threatened to rush Moscow in order to oust the minister who he accused of ordering the bombing of his war camps in Ukraine. The Kremlin has called for his arrest on mutiny charges in response.

There is a lot of news coming from that region fast and furiously, so “the fog of war” reporting applies, where nothing can be reported with 100% confidence.

We’ll keep our eye on the situation in the coming days and weeks, but for the purpose of this article, we are looking at our own history of actions in that region. Specifically with the Obama regime’s overthrow of the democratically elected pro-Russia president of Ukraine in 2014, to install a pro-America puppet, Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
United States and the European Union supported the overthrowing of a democratically elected government in Ukraine in February 2014. In particular, the U.S.A. conducted all the planning regarding this overthrowing. U.S politicians facilitated most of the funding in the Ukrainian protests. Moreover, the U.S state department handpicked and installed new politicians in the country at the expense of what democracy or political stability. The involvement of U.S in overthrowing of a democratically elected government could be explained in a realistic perspective of international relations. This owes to the fact that much of the concern in this involvement was focused on serving the interests of U.S (Kennan, 2014, p.7). This aspect can be seen in U.S disregard of the destruction and the many deaths that occurred during the civil conflict in Ukraine.
Upon the overthrowing of Ukrainian government, there was much celebration in U.S media and political circles. Majority of people in U.S hailed these as a putsch while ignoring the fact that the neo-nazi militias instigated the instability.
As to the funding, we know from former assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs, Victoria Nuland, at a speech at the National Press Club, Washington DC, that the U.S. had spent $5 billion promoting ‘democracy’ in the Ukraine. That money went to supporting rebels against the democratically elected pro-Russian president, which resulted in his ousting.

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