US refuses to give Ukraine any military aid or intel Why? Kompromat?

April 9, 2014


Others disagreed. “This is not an issue of means and methods and techniques,” Turner said. “This is straight up, almost Google Earth-type analysis. Even giving Ukraine (intelligence) about how best to utilize its forces against Russia would be beneficial.”

Turner added that Ukraine’s ambassador to the United States, Olexander Motsyk, told him last week that Ukraine still needed massive assistance from the United States. To date, the only military assistance the U.S. has agreed to send Ukraine has been the delivery of 300,000 Meals Ready to Eat (MRE) for Ukrainian forces in the field.

In light of the dire predictions for further Russian aggression against Ukraine, Turner is baffled that Obama has not done more. “Certainly if the Russians invade we would not want it to go well for them,” he said. “One way to ensure that is to give advice to Ukraine’s military on how to best respond to a Russian invasion. It’s unbelievable that we are not doing that right now.”


Is this the payoff of Russia’s kompromat on Stanley Fischer, Darrell Duffie, Larry Summers and others in the Obama or Clinton admin?  On their covering up?

Russia has been using plagiarism kompromat for decades to get atomic secrets, Nobel Prize nominations, build their academic network, extend their academic network into financial services, industry and government.  They used it to get IMF loans in the 1990s.

The universities covered this up in investigations from that of the FBI on Edward M. Corson to US v Harvard, Shleifer and Hay to multiple background checks under Obama.  Some in the administration know this.  That is why they thought they could get Stanley Fischer in.

Now Russia is using this.  The Obama administration is signalling clearly to Putin it will stand by and give no assistance to Ukraine if Russia invades and takes all of it.

U.S. intelligence officials now say Russia’s Spetsnaz  are expanding into eastern and southern Ukraine, as well. The intelligence report from February assessed that Russian provocateurs would look to instigate low-level street brawls or “skirmishes” in eastern and southern Ukraine. The report also  predicted that Russia’s shadow warriors would seek to pay off Ukrainians to attend pro-Russian rallies and in general fan the flames of separatism. And since then, eyewitnesses say, that’s exactly what’s happened.


One U.S. official said the U.S. military intelligence analysts suspect elements of the 45th Spetsnaz regiment of Russia’s military intelligence service known as the GRU were conducting the provocations in Ukraine. On Thursday the White House added Igor Sergun, the 57 year old chief of the GRU, along with 19 others to a list of Russian officials sanctioned for the invasion of Crimea.


The above is hypotheses and speculation. This is draft and preliminary.  Please restate as questions.  Comments and corrections welcome.  All other disclaimers apply.




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