Ukraine president Petro Poroshenko is a Jew, doing the bidding of his American and Israeli masters.
Poroshenko seems hell bent on provoking a Russian military response to his mischief, which would then lead to Nato military action against Russia, designed to kill the “new Hitler” Vladimir Putin.
So far, Putin has not taken the bait. Which, unless you’re a fan of World War 3 turning the earth into a burned out orb, is a good thing.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has instructed all military units near Crimea and the eastern Ukrainian Donbass region to be at the highest level of combat readiness.
Poroshenko announced the order after a military meeting on Thursday. It comes after Russia’s security service said Wednesday it had foiled a terrorist attack in Crimea plotted by Kiev.
Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) said it had found a group of infiltrators in Crimea, near the Ukrainian border. The infiltrators were preparing to target Crimea infrastructure, the agency said. Explosive devices and ammunition were also discovered at the scene.
Kiev denied claims that it was behind the terrorist plot, and accused Moscow of provocation.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday that Ukraine has turned to “the practice of terrorism” and “is playing a dangerous game,” calling Kiev’s actions “stupid and criminal.”
Poroshenko’s Jewish roots:
HIS FATHER’s SURNAME is “Valtzman,” a Jew, yet Petro Poroshenko uses his mother’s maiden name, “Poroshenko,” reportedly also a Jew.
Regardless of Poroshenko’s Jewish background, (or because of it), he is being pushed by all the Jewish-controlled main stream media venues throughout the Jewish-ruled West.
CNN has anointed oligarch Petro Poroshenko, whose empire includes a confectionary business, Ukraine’s new president after Poroshenko claimed 56% of the vote in Sunday’s election. The Jewish Daily Forward newspaper has indicated that Poroshenko is at least half Jewish, and it now seems that Ukraine will get a Jewish president to go along with the its Jewish prime minister, Arseniy Yatsenyuk.