Sunday, December 01, 2013



Yulia Tymoshenko's father was a Russian of Jewish descent.

The Biography of Yulia Tymoshenko: Chapter One

Yulia has been linked to a number of mysterious deaths.

Yulia favours the Ukraine having closer ties with the European Union.


The Ukraine has decided not to become the next Greece.

The Ukraine has decided not to sign a trade treaty with the European Union.

The Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych has decided to 'get closer to a Moscow-led trade bloc.'

Reportedly, Vladimir Putin has been 'bullying' the Ukraine by threatening to cut energy supplies.

Penny - The battle for Ukraine

Reportedly, the European Community has also been 'bullying' the Ukraine.

The USA's Zbigniew Brzezinski sees the Ukraine as being vital to Russia.

He wrote that "without Ukraine, Russia ceases to be an empire, but with Ukraine suborned and then subordinated, Russia automatically becomes an empire."

Armenia has joined the Russian customs union. Moldova and Georgia hope to do a trade deal with the EU.


President Yanukovych has jailed his chief rival, the Orange leader Yulia Tymoshenko.

In 1988, Yulia and her husband Oleksandr Tymoshenko opened a video business, with the help of her husband's rich father Gennadi Tymoshenko, who presided over a regional film distribution network. [48]

In 1989 - 1991, Yulia and her husband set up a larger video business, called "Terminal"[43][48]

Videos of Vladik from the Ukraine (right) have been sold all over the world.

From 1989 to 1991, Yulia was a commercial director of the Dnipropetrovsk Youth Center "Terminal".

In early October 2009, supporters of the frontrunner in the Ukraine elections, ex-premier Viktor Yanukovich, alleged that members of Prime Minster Yulia Tymoshenko's competing party were implicated in a child abuse case at a children's summer camp in Crimea in the Ukraine.


According to Vladimir Kornilov, the director of the Ukrainian Center for Eurasian Studies:

"Tymoshenko joined the business wing of Pavel Lazarenko... who ... became Ukraine's Prime Minister.

"Today it is no secret, as it is a part of the investigation materials in the multiple criminal cases of contract killings that took place in Ukraine in 1990s, that the entire business created by Tymoshenko developed exclusively due to the ‘krysha’ (or criminal patronage) provided by Pavel Lazarenko".

Ukrainian ex-PM Tymoshenko may face life in prison for 'ordering ....

Lazarenko's estate in Novato, Marin Country, California

"When her corporation Ukrainian Petroleum transformed into the United Energy Systems of Ukraine, by some strange coincidence many of her competitors started dying on a regular basis."

Ukrainian ex-PM Tymoshenko may face life in prison for 'ordering ....


Anonymous said...

Oh, just another NWO stooge, MOSSAD/CIA asset....

Anonymous said...

Yulia's dad was Jewish? At least wiki says he was Latvian (according to his passport), but Grigyan is as Armenian name. Someone is confused here....

Anonymous said...

I just had a "dumb American" moment. I looked up the population of the Ukraine. I somehow had no idea it was as populous as it is.

Anonymous said...

Quite A pair huh!?!
-The New York federal court re-opens the lawsuit filed by the U.S. Universal Trading & Investment Co. (UTICo) against the former head of the Unified Energy Systems of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko
-former Ukrainian Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko, who was sentenced in the U.S. to nine years in prison and a fine of $ 10 million. The plaintiff also claims that the former Deputy Minister of Finance Andrii Vavilov and 10 unidentified persons were also involved in the criminal schemes that fall under Organized Crime Act (RICO). In addition, UTICo refers to the evidence from the Ukrainian law enforcement bodies purporting that Yulia Tymoshenko paid $ 2,479,000 for contract killings through New York banks.

Odin's Raven said...

Here's a good article on the Ukraine: Vineyard

Anon said...

Yulia Tymoshenko's father was a Russian of Jewish descent.

The Biography of Yulia Tymoshenko: Chapter One

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