Bombshell New York Times Report Uncovers CIA Spy Bases in Ukraine Operating for Over a Decade


from The National Pulse:

The New York Times admitted on Sunday that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) established a significant role in Ukraine over a decade ago, precipitating the war with Russia as explained by then-Breitbart London Editor Raheem Kassam back in 2014.

In addition to training Ukrainian forces and supplying the Ukrainian military with critical intelligence, the agency also constructed a network of 12 clandestine spy bases along the Russo-Ukraine border.


The report also reveals the U.S. has been financing technological command-and-control spy centers and training Ukrainian intelligence officers and elite commandos. Prior to the Russian invasion, CIA officers remained in the country to assist Ukraine in its war effort even after the Biden regime ordered the evacuation of U.S. personnel.

“Without them, there would have been no way for us to resist the Russians, or to beat them,” said Ivan Bakanov, who was then head of Ukraine’s domestic intelligence agency, the SBU.

The New York Times report indicates the CIA was pivotal in modernizing Ukraine’s intelligence, transforming the former Soviet state into one of Washington’s key intelligence partners against Russia.

The source behind these revelations, Gen. Serhii Dvoretskiy, answered, “One hundred and ten percent” when asked if the CIA was behind Ukraine’s clandestine military operations.

The revelations validate Russian President Vladimir Putin’s assertions of U.S. involvement in Ukraine. Perhaps the most damning revelation is that this active relationship between the CIA and Ukraine dates back ten years to 2014, the same year that saw the ‘Maidan Revolution’ — which many observers believe was a CIA-orchestrated coup d’état — overthrow the legitimate, democratically-elected government of Ukraine and set the stage for the nation’s current conflict with Russia.

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