I was trained in news analysis by the hard-nosed, former LAPD narcotics officer and investigative journalist, Michael C. Ruppert. We all had a watchful eye on Ukraine at that time. Nothing prepared me for the photos and video coming from Kiev over social media, shared by friends and analysts who understood what it meant. Those images can never be unseen.
Michael took his own life exactly two months later. I believe this horrific event shattered his already broken heart. Things got pretty dark after that and I walked away from analysis for some time.
Now that I see real news on this tragedy, along with many other revelations this past year, I’m bearing witness for Mike. I’m remembering. May justice prevail for the beautiful people of Ukraine. They have suffered enough.
The whole world has suffered under the globalist cabal. ENOUGH. ~ G
Five years ago, the Maidan massacre in Kiev, Ukraine, of Feb. 18-20, 2014, was a watershed event, not only for the politics and history of Ukraine but also for world politics generally. This mass killing in downtown Kyiv set the stage for the violent overthrow of the pro-Russian government in Ukraine and a new Cold War between Washington and Moscow.