After Secret Meetings, the UN Decides to Hold Public Meeting on the Ukraine Situation

Daily Stormer
March 2, 2014

The most important thing here is that we figure out a way to get violent, poor Ukrainians into Western Europe by the tens of millions.
The most important thing here is that we figure out a way to get violent, poor Ukrainians into Western Europe by the tens of millions.  This is the true freedom of democracy.

The UN Security council has been meeting in secret for two days, planning action against Russia, which may in fact result in a NATO invasion of Ukraine and open war with occupying Russian forces.

They have now agreed to hold an open and televised meeting.

From the AP:

Ukraine has asked the other four permanent council members — the U.S., Britain, France and China — for help in stopping Russia’s “aggression.”

Ukraine’s U.N. ambassador, Yuriy Sergeyev, said Russia has rejected Ukraine’s proposal to hold immediate bilateral consultations.

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said earlier Saturday that he is “gravely concerned about the deterioration of the situation” in Ukraine. He spoke later by telephone with Putin.

A Ban spokesman delivered the statement Saturday afternoon as members of the Security Council met in an emergency closed-door session for the second straight day on the rapidly developing events in Ukraine’s Crimea region.

The Security Council decided to hold the open meeting after struggling behind closed doors to reach agreement on how to meet. Some members wanted open, or public consultations, on Ukraine, which Russia initially opposed.

Ban’s statement called for “full respect for and preservation of the independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine” and demanded the “immediate restoration of calm and direct dialogue between all concerned.”

British Ambassador Mark Lyall Grant said the meeting is to determine “what justification Russia claims to have” for its de facto military takeover of the strategic Crimea region.

As a permanent member of the Security Council, Russia has veto power and can block the U.N.’s most powerful body from adopting any resolution criticizing or sanctioning Moscow.

Outside the council chamber, Ukraine’s U.N. ambassador called on countries to do everything possible to stop Russia’s “aggression.”

“The Russian Federation brutally violated the basic principles of the Charter of the United Nations,” Sergeyev told reporters.

During a break, an exasperated Russian U.N. Ambassador Vitaly Churkin told reporters, “We are ready for serious discussions.

Ban was flying to Geneva on Saturday where he planned to meet the following day with his special envoy Robert Serry, the Netherlands’ first ambassador to Ukraine.

This is absolutely shaping up to be a World War scenario.  I don’t know if that is going to happen.  And I don’t know if it would be a good thing or a bad thing.  It would certainly clear some things up.

Ban Ki-Moon, great ally of the Ukrainian revolution
Ban Ki-Moon, great ally of the Ukrainian revolution