March 24, 2014
This Russian strategy of leaking phone conversations gets more hilarious every time. Following the Jew Nuland’s “Fuck the EU” rant and the Estonian Minister’s tape claiming that the shootings of Maidan members were carried out by Maidan itself, leaked is a tape of the braided Jewess Yulia Tymoshenko saying it is necessary to wipe out Russia so that… whatever, freedom and democracy or something.
Yulia confirmed on Twitter that the call was genuine, while saying that the part where she said she wanted to nuke the Russians was edited.
She has thus far not explained who exactly it is she wants to nuke.
Shufrych’s press service flatly contradicted Tymoshenko, slamming the tape as fake. The press release reads “The conversation didn’t take place,” as quoted by korrespondent.net.The phone conversation with Nestor Shufrych, former deputy secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, was uploaded on YouTube on Monday by user Sergiy Vechirko.
The leaked phone call took placed on March 18, hours after the Crimea & Sevastopol accession treaty was signed in the Kremlin.
While Shufrych was “just shocked,” Tymoshenko was enraged by the results of the Crimean referendum .
“This is really beyond all boundaries. It’s about time we grab our guns and kill go kill those damn Russians together with their leader,” Tymoshenko said.
The ex-pm declared if she was in charge “there would be no f***ing way that they would get Crimea then.”
Shufrych made the valid point that Ukraine “didn’t have any force potential” to keep Crimea.
But Tymoshenko, who plans to run in Ukraine’s presidential election, expressed confidence that she would have found “a way to kill those a*****es.”
It is easy enough for her to joke around on Twitter about this genocide plot with her paid followers, but what does the population of the Ukraine think about this sort of thing?
And how do Obama and Merkel reconcile their support for someone who is advocating genocide?
Presumably, they just don’t ever mention it and the Jew-controlled media backs them up.