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West Blames Putin After Ukrainian Nationalist With Ukrainian Passport Kills Ukrainian Citizen in Kiev

Because "Putin"


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We're witnessing a level of western desperation previously thought impossible. 

Former Russian lawmaker Denis Voronenkov was shot and killed yesterday in central Kiev. Voronenkov, a fugitive who was wanted for widespread fraud, emigrated from Russia to Ukraine in October 2016. He received Ukrainian citizenship in December, having given up his status as a Russian citizen.

<figcaption>So, so guilty. </figcaption>
So, so guilty.

This can mean only one thing: Putin hired a Ukrainian nationalist who was a member of Ukraine's ultra-nationalist National Guard to assassinate Voronenkov. This is the actual theory being floated by Kiev right now:

The assassin was named as Pavel Parshov, 28, who the authorities in Kiev claimed was a Russian 'sleeper' agent who had been planted in the Ukrainian national guard.

Ukrainian interior ministry adviser Anton Heraschenko claimed he had served for 13 months with the guard, which he 'entered as an agent of the Russian secret services'. 

Parshov was said to be born in Dnipropetrovsk,a city with a mixed Russian and Ukrainian population, in the eastern Ukraine in 1988.   

Dnipropetrovsk? (It's actually called "Dniepro" now.) Interesting. That's the region that was formerly governed by Ukrainian oligarch/psychopath Ihor Kolomoyskyi. It's also a well-known breeding ground for ultra-nationalist punitive battalions and criminals-for-hire. We're sure that's Putin's fault, too. 

Just to recap: A Ukrainian nationalist with a Ukrainian passport who had been a member of Ukraine's far-right National Guard for 13 months was really a Russian mole. That makes sense — if you're a head of lettuce. 

Putin is also responsible for Poroshenko's chronic constipation. It's true. We read it in the Daily Mail

 


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