It’s not too hard to understand once you realize that the anti-democratic coup in Ukraine had nothing to do with the Ukrainian people.
Arseniy Yatseniuk; born May 22, 1974 is a Ukrainian politician,
economist and lawyer who is the Prime Minister of Ukraine following the
parliament’s 2014 removal of Viktor Yanukovych from power. He was born to in a family of
Jewish-Ukrainian professors of the Chernivtsi University. From September until November 2001, Arseniy served as an “acting” Minister of Economy of Crimea, and from November of the same year until January 2003, served as the official Minister of Economy of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea.
From November 2003 to February 2005, Yatsenyuk served as the first vice-president of the head of the National Bank of Ukraine under Serhiy Tyhypko. After Tyhypko left the National Bank, Arseniy Yatsenyuk was put in charge of the National Bank.
This is as if Obama was chased from the White House after a few weeks of demonstrations and it was announced that Alan Greenspan was now the president. This marks the second time in two years that a banker has been placed directly in power without being elected, first Italy and now Ukraine.
Well, this should end well. We all know how Eastern Europeans just love rich unelected Jews ruling over them. (Yatseniuk is actually Greek Orthodox, however.) I don’t know Russian or Ukrainian history well enough to know if this is supposed to be revenge for the pogroms or the sort of madness that led to the pogroms in the first place.