Letter good for a laugh
Wednesday, Apr 30, 2014 06:00 am
Zenon W. Wojnowskj makes scathing statements that he can't substantiate from anything I have said about Ukraine but irrelevantly cites alleged and incorrect charges of dog-abuse to bolster his case, thus automatically discrediting himself and everything else he has to say.
I have read the letter he cites to prove there are no anti-Jewish Nazis in Ukraine's new government and it looks to me like the plight of Jews there is being sacrificed to a greater geopolitical plan to subject the entire globe to the suzerainty of the U.S., as formulated in the notorious Project for New American Century and other well-known documents. Or perhaps he doesn't believe the U.S. seeks global hegemony? Too many dots to connect?
The fact is Ukraine, having massive economic and corruption problems, would be a drain on Russia, and it isn't even a plausible candidate for the EU: the International Monetary Fund and World Bank will strip it of its assets as it has every other country to which it has made loans, including Poland, which is not that well off despite its growth in GDP.
Good GDP numbers can be the reflection of more work for less pay, among many other negative factors, and in fact, there is an online report saying that Poland may soon be good for nothing more than cheap labour.
The ceding of the Eastern provinces to Ukraine by Russia is a matter of public knowledge and history. Why, in Wojnowskyj's opinion, are there so many ethnic Russians there?
In any case, I appreciate Wojnowskyj letter for the unintended humour – these days, a good laugh is priceless.
P.S. Where can I purchase a statue of Lenin?
Doris Wrench Eisler, St. Albert