Has Putin Brought Peace To Ukraine?

Did Putin Just Bring Peace to Ukraine?

“In the implementing of their policies, our western partners– the United States first and foremost – prefer to be guided not by international law, but by force. They believe in their own ‘exceptionalism’, that they are allowed to decide on the fate of the world, and that they are always right.”
– Russian President Vladimir Putin

There is no way to overstate the significance of what has transpired in Ukraine in the last three weeks. What began as a murderous onslaught on the mainly Russian-speaking population of east Ukraine, has turned into a major triumph against a belligerent and expansionistic empire that has been repulsed by a scrappy, battle-hardened militia engaged in a conventional, land-based war.  The conflict in east Ukraine is Obama’s war; launched by Obama’s junta government, executed by Obama’s proxy army, and directed by Obama’s advisors in Kiev. The driving force behind the war is Washington’s ambitious pivot to Asia, a strategy that pits Russia against Europe to prevent further economic integration and to establish NATO forward-operating bases on Russia’s western border. Despite the overheated rhetoric, the talk of a (NATO) “Rapid Reaction Force”, and additional economic sanctions; the US plan to draw Ukraine into the western sphere of influence and weaken Russia in the process, is in tatters. And the reason it is in tatters is because a highly-motivated and adaptable militia has trounced Obama’s troopers at every turn pushing the Ukrainian army to the brink of collapse.

My view:

The balance of the article is worth reading in my opinion.  

The forces of the New World Order are being buffeted by a rag tag group of militia.  What is fascinating about this development is the overthrow of democratically elected pro-Russian former PM Yankuovych and his replacement by pro EU/US Poroshenko by "the forces of democracy" is the complete rejection of the junta, in first Crimea, and then in Eastern Ukraine.

The NWO is failing in its efforts of regime change.  After some success in Libya Egypt and Cyprus, it seems there was no stopping them.  These latest developments hold out some hope for breaking the stranglehold they have in the geopolitical and currency arenas.  Perhaps fractional reserve banking
with its Central Banking promoters can eventually be defeated?  It will take a considerable amount of time for all to play out.