U.S. deep-state operative and architect of 2014 color revolution in Ukraine resigns unexpectedly as Washington’s proxy war against Russia hits new low

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced Tuesday the resignation of Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland.

Who is Nuland? She is widely regarded as one of the chief architects of the Maidan uprising, a color revolution in Ukraine instigated by Nuland in cooperation with Western-backed intelligence operatives that overthrew a duly elected pro-Russian leader and led to the installation of a Western puppet government and eventually war with Russia.

In a statement, Blinken said his friend “Toria” has held most of the jobs at the State Department, from a consular officer to ambassador and deputy secretary, over a career that has spanned 35 years. Nuiland’s most recent position was undersecretary for political affairs. He gave no reason for her departure, although it may have something to do with the more than 400,000 dead Ukrainians, lives wasted on a battlefield despite there being no sign that NATO’s proxy war against Russia could ever be won.

A report by The Gateway Pundit notes that the conservative news outlet filed a Freedom of Information Request recently to find out what Victoria Nuland’s role was in the death of U.S. journalist Gonzalo Lira in the Ukraine. Lira, an opponent of the war with Russia, died January 11, 2024, in a Kharkiv prison. Lira had charged that Nuland  “hates my guts” and was responsible for his arrest. Lira had made a video in 2022 detailing Nuland’s role in stirring up instability in Ukraine.

The U.S. and NATO have also suffered a run of embarrassing losses in the propaganda war that accompanies all shooting wars. There was the blowing up of the Nordstream 2 pipeline, clearly orchestrated by NATO-aligned agents. There was the aforementioned death of Gonzalo Lira. There was the leaked information that Russian dissident Alexei Navalny actually died of a blood clot while in a Russian prison and was not “murdered” by Russia as alleged by Washington. Then you had the New York Times article from two weeks ago in which the CIA admits it has deployed a network of bases, numbering at least a dozen, in Ukraine over the last 10 years for the purpose of implementing, arming and propping up a Western-backed puppet government on Russia’s border. And the latest bombshell that dropped just two days ago, that Russia had intercepted a discussion by German military generals about how to blow up Russia’s bridge to the Crimean peninsula using Taurus long-range missiles. This report, confirmed by Germany’s government, came out just days after German Chancellor Olaf Stolz had said Germany, unlike France, had no plans to ever use its military to attack Russian territory, let alone a civilian target like a bridge to Crimea!

But none of these embarrassing failures were mentioned by Blinken Tuesday. It was all popcorn and balloons, celebrating the wonderful successes of a longtime soldier of the American deep state, Ms. Victoria Nuland.

“What makes Toria truly exceptional is the fierce passion she brings to fighting for what she believes in most: freedom, democracy, human rights, and America’s enduring capacity to inspire and promote those values around the world,” Blinken said.

All of those words — freedom, democracy, human rights — have different meanings to Blinken and the global cabal than they would to we the people. “Freedom” does not mean living as one chooses according to the individual rights endowed by our Creator, but rather according to whatever privileges the government sees fit to grant us. And “democracy” most definitely does not include the rights of nations to choose their own leaders in free and fair elections. Rather, they must choose leaders favored by Washington who can be counted on to follow the U.S.-led liberal world order. (If you think I’m overstating this I recommend reading the whole sordid history of the CIA as compiled by William Blum in Killing Hope: U.S. Military and CIA Interventions Since World War II.)

Blinken did say one thing that was true. He said Nuland’s “leadership on Ukraine” will be the subject of study “for years to come” by diplomats and students of foreign policy.

Indeed it will.

Nuland was directly involved in the Maidan uprising and the subsequent coup in Kiev. In December 2013, she visited Ukraine to hand out pastries to the armed protesters in Kiev’s central square. She was then recorded discussing how to “midwife this thing” with then-US ambassador to Kiev, Geoffrey Pyatt, just days before the February 2014 coup.

In a CNN interview last month, Nuland admitted the defeat of US policy towards Moscow, describing today’s Russia as “not the Russia that, frankly, we wanted.”

So there you have it. War is good for the economy. Pitting Russians and Ukrainians against each other and watching tens of thousands of them get slaughtered is great fun for folks like Nuland. And hey, we should all be proud of her because these foreign killing fields always lead to good jobs for Americans back home.

Nuland and her ilk are sick people. And her people include folks on both sides of the aisle in the Washington establishment, from Blinken, Condoleezza Rice, Paul Ryan, Kevin McCarthy, Biden, Obama and the Bushes, the Clintons, Senators Lindsey Graham and Mitch McConnell, and Reps. Michael McCaul of Texas and Mike Turner of Ohio, just to name a few.

They all parrot the same lies and half truths about fighting for freedom and “democracy.” Why? Because it works. Americans are suckers for this jingoistic rhetoric. They fall for it every time.

In truth, there is absolutely no difference in the amount of freedom or democracy one would experience living in Russia as opposed to Ukraine. Both countries have authoritarian governing structures in place, both of which are known to clamp down on press and political expressions that challenge the official government narratives.

Not that this is any business of the United States, anyway. What business is it of Washington’s what form of government a country far from our borders has adopted?

Who are we, anyway, to talk about another country’s democracy, or lack thereof? We live in a country, America, that has morphed into something most of us no longer recognize — a country ruled by a government that openly censors political speech, the very type of speech we’re told is guaranteed by our First Amendment, and arrests elderly ladies caught praying outside of abortion clinics, subjecting them to long prison terms of 10 years or more, while holding political prisoners who committed the crime of walking through the Capitol building on January 6, 2021.

So, Ms. Victoria Nuland, spare us the lecture about standing up for freedom and democracy. These are the same tired talking points that have been used to justify wars all over the world, hundreds of wars, since the end of World War II.

Victoria Nuland does deserve some credit, however.

She is one of the world’s leading experts on how to conduct a color revolution. She, and the rest of her self-appointed neocon globalist elites, more accurately called global predators, are in the business of starting wars, destabilizing countries, and conducting regime changes, while perfecting the art of propaganda to where it looks like the targeted country is the one guilty of military aggression. How do they do this? They do it through secret infiltrations and spying operations, payoffs for friendly foreign actors, and control of media narratives, all under the control of a rogue, unaccountable CIA. They’ve been doing it for years, and don’t expect it to stop just because Nuland has resigned.

Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova attributed Nuland’s exit to “the failure of the anti-Russian course of the Biden administration.” But there is likely more to this story of Nuland’s exit that will leak out over time.

The Gateway Pundit reported today that

Nuland is married neoconservative war hawk Robert Kagan, the founder of the neoconservative Project for a New American Century in which he provides the intellectual support for regime changes around the world on behalf of the U.S. government. Her sister-in-law Kimberley Kagan, is married to Robert’s brother Fred and runs the Institute for the Study of War.

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