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While the regime media continues its desperate attempt to blacklist GOP front-runner President Donald Trump from coverage, the leader of the MAGA movement has been rolling out one top-notch policy statement after another. One of Trump’s recent announcements takes direct aim at the corrupt national security establishment, and reminds the American people why Trump was the first President in decades not to drag our nation into a pointless war. But if you listen closely, Trump gives up one detail that is perhaps one of the most subversive truths President Trump has ever uttered (and that is indeed saying something).
Here is the full statement:
If you listen closely, you can catch President Trump calling out a certain “Victoria Nuland,” and the State Department’s role in regime change operations in Ukraine. Here’s the transcript:
For decades, we’ve had the very same people, such as (current Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs) Victoria Nuland and many others just like her obsessed with pushing Ukraine toward NATO, not to mention the State Department support for uprisings in Ukraine.
These people have been seeking confrontation for a long time, much like the case in Iraq and other parts of the world. And now, we’re teetering on the brink of World War Three
Trump’s reference to NATO expansion identifies what many geopolitical observers have noted to be a major provocation against Russia — one that may have influenced Putin to initiate this tragic and prolonged “special operation” with Ukraine. See, for instance, the remarkable lecture by John Mearsheimer delivered over seven years ago on this issue:…
A “Color Revolution” in this context refers to a specific type of coordinated attack that the United States government has been known to deploy against foreign regimes, particularly in Eastern Europe deemed to be “authoritarian” and hostile to American interests. Rather than using a direct military intervention to effect regime change as in Iraq, Color Revolutions attack a foreign regime by contesting its electoral legitimacy, organizing mass protests and acts of civil disobedience, and leveraging media contacts to ensure favorable coverage to their agenda in the Western press. [Revolver]
One of the most infamous such color revolutions was the “Euromaidan,” revolution, in which the United States supported and coordinated a continuous barrage of protests, mass demonstrations, and other acts of civil disobedience in Ukraine in response to the contested election of Russia aligned Viktor Yanukovych, who defeated the Western-backed Viktor Yushchenko.
The principal US government figure associated with this Euromaidan uprising is none other than Victoria Nuland, who served as President Obama’s point person on Russia at the time.