The Ukraine Advisory board is a short list of the most evil, corrupt people on the planet.
John McCain, an All-Star player for team Neo-Nazi Ukraine, was of course recruited to play ball with the Ukraine Advisory Board.
According to Buzzfeed, McCain was added to the line up to join his fellow 1% evil doers, but first the Arizona Senator (and Maidan coup founding member), had to clear things with the United States Senate.
The current team members for theUkraine Advisory Board include:
- German member of the European Parliament and the current Chairman of the European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs Elmar Brok
- Sweden’s former Prime and Foreign Minister Carl Bildt
- Former Prime Minister of Slovakia Mikulas Dzurinda
- Lithuania’s former Prime Minister Andrius Kubilius.
- And team captain,Georgia’s fugitive ex-president Mikhail Saakashvili
No doubt The Advisory Board will manage US and EU taxpayer money pouring into Ukraine well.
They will also make sure to derail any chance for peace that may arise.
Finally, the Advisory Board will work diligently towards spreading neo-nazi ideals throughout Europe with an end goal of destabilising Russia so as to gain access to vast natural resource wealth…all in the name of “democracy and freedom.”
— Carl Bildt (@carlbildt) May 13, 2015
Since John McCain may not be able to join his fellow evil doers because of pesky Senate rules and regulations, Saakashvili may need to look elsewhere to find a couple of more stars to join his team…your suggestions below. Hillary Clinton and Victoria Nuland are obvious choices, but they too will have trouble joining due to their current commitments destabilising the world.
RT has a full report…
Georgia’s fugitive ex-president Mikhail Saakashvili and hawkish US Senator John McCain have been approved as members of the newly-formed International Advisory Group that will help Ukraine’s president in “conducting reforms.”
Saakashvili has been appointed as head of the new advisory group, says the statement on Ukraine’s presidential website.
The list of members included in the advisory group mostly includes current and former European politicians. Among them are the German member of the European Parliament and the current Chairman of the European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs Elmar Brok, Sweden’s former Prime and Foreign Minister Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister of Slovakia Mikulas Dzurinda, and Lithuania’s former Prime Minister Andrius Kubilius.
Back in February Saakashvili was appointed as a non-staff adviser to Poroshenko. The ex-Georgian president, who was in power from 2004 to 2013, faces numerous charges at home, including embezzlement of over $5 million, corruption and brutality against protesters during demonstrations in 2007. Georgia’s Chief Prosecutor’s Office launched proceedings to indict Saakashvili and place him on the international most wanted list, but Kiev refused to hand over the fugitive president, despite an existing extradition agreement between Ukraine and Georgia.
Saakashvili is known for his strong anti-Russian stance, which garnered heavy US support. In August 2008 during his term in office Georgia launched an offensive against South Ossetia, killing dozens of civilians and Russian peacekeepers stationed in the republic. Georgia’s shelling of Tskhinval prompted Russia to conduct a military operation to fend off the offensive. Despite Saakashvili’s claims that the conflict was “Russian aggression,” the 2010 EU Independent Fact Finding Mission Report ruled that Tbilisi was responsible for the attack.
Meanwhile Senator John McCain, for years spearheading the anti-Russian and particularly anti-Putin crusade, said that while he “would love to do anything” to help Ukraine, he has not yet cleared his new appointment under the US Senate rules.
“I was asked to do it both by Ukraine and Saakashvili and I said I would be inclined to do it but I said I needed to look at all the nuances of it, whether it’s legal under our ethics and all that kind of stuff,” McCain told BuzzFeed.