For the next year at least, until the 2020 U.S. presidential election, this column is going to be devoted to the Ukrainian end of the “Russia Hoax,” or the systematic attempt to both prevent Donald Trump from becoming president of the United States and then the coup d’état attempts to oust him from office. You see, Ukraine is the locus of our belief for that hoax, which I will refer to as the “Ukraine Hoax” —right now we are living through the unraveling of that deception. What I mean is, we were psychologically manipulated well before Donald Trump became president and that manufactured public opinion started with the strategically fabricated events in Ukraine.
But, wait. It is actually much, much worse than that. Really terrible. This chicanery began decades ago starting at least with and including the “war on Iraq.” That fiasco, which haunts America to this day, as most people know, was the work of the Neoconservative persuasion. We can trace every war (and every war path) before it and every war since it to that cabal of Neocon war mongers. That is the essence of this new column. I’m going to be addressing the “Neocon Hoax.” This is definitely fashion forward thinking, but if you’ve followed my account @molodyko on Twitter for the last six years during the war in Donbas, you know I certainly have the street cred.
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