Rabbi Yaakov Dov Bleich, the Brooklyn native who has served as Ukraine’s chief rabbi since 1989, declared at a press conference in Manhattan Monday that Ukrainian Jewish community needs American boots to protect them.
“We have a very good working relationship with the (interim) government that has made a pledge to protect the interests of the Jewish community,” said Bleich.
On Tuesday, Rabbi Bleich met US secretary of state John Kerry and urged him to move this year’s G8 Summit on Industrialized Countries to Kiev as a sign of solidarity with Ukraine, and to take a strong stand against Russian President Vladimir Putin. Seven Zionist-controlled G8 member states (the US, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and Britain) have condemned Russia’s intrusion into Ukraine and cancelled for now preparations for the G8 summit that had been scheduled to take place in Sochi in June, the White House said.
Alexander Boroda, president of the Federation of Russia, slammed Rabbi Bleich over his recent comments, including his participation in US-installed government in Kiev statement that urged Russia to pull out its troops and “stop its aggression” against Ukraine, counter-productive. “Jews and rabbis should stay away from politics,” he said.
Ukraine’s newly appointed prime minister, Arseniy Petrovych Yatsenyuk, is Jewish while the defense minister, Admiral Ihor Yosypovych Tenyukh, graduated from the Foreign Language Institute of the USA Department of Defense. Read more about Zionist/Jewish dirty laundry in Ukraine here.
Estonia’s Foreign Minister Urmas Paet who visited Kiev on February 25 told Catherine Ashton, the European Union’s top gun that the anti-government protesters in Kiev were shot on the orders of their leaders. Some earlier reports mentioned Israeli soldiers leading the protests.
And you thought Netanyahu is the only Jewish spook who suffers from ‘Iranophobia’. The convicted/pardoned Jewish former Assistant Secretary of State Elliott Abrams, in a post at the CFR magazine (March 1, 2014) compares the situation in Ukraine to Obama’s caution on attacking Syria or Iran.
“Those who are wondering whether we need to pass sanctions legislation now and put more pressure on Iran should take all this into account. Like Putin, the ayatollahs likely see our failure to act in Syria (indeed our willingness to be “rescued” from action by Putin) as a sign that they can drive a hard bargain indeed with us over their nuclear weapons program, giving up nearly nothing and getting sanctions relief. And now they see us reacting (so far) to Russian aggression in Ukraine, sending troops across the border into the Crimea, with tut-tutting,” wrote the Jewish convict.