Ukraine parliament has asked prime minister Arseniy ‘Yats’ Yatsenyuk (Jewish) to step down. Last month, country’s president Petro Poroshenko (Jewish) asked him politely. It looks like Washington is set to replace him with the current finance minister Natalie Jaresko.
Ukraine plunged into crisis last month when Aivaras Abromavicius (a Lithuanian Jew), the economy minister resigned after accusing president and prime minister of blocking anti-corruption reforms.
On March 10, Kenneth Rapoza said at Jewish Forbes magazine: “And now rumor has it that ‘our guy Yats’ will be replaced by ‘our girl Natalie’ in Kyiv’s musical chairs.”
Born into a Ukrainian immigrant Jewish family, Natalie Jaresko is a former employee of US State Department. She took Ukraine nationality in 2014 to become a cabinet minister.
Since she assumed the finance ministry portfolio, the Jewish-controlled media declared her an “economic genius”, however, according to financial documents filed with the US Internal Revenue Service last year, she robbed US taxpayers of $1.77 million.
In January 2014, The Jew York Times columnist Thomas Friedman cited Jaresko as an exemplar of the new Ukrainian leaders who share our values and deserve unqualified American support. Friedman uncritically quoted Jaresko’s speech to international financial leaders at Davos, in which she castigated Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Both Poroshenko and Yatsenyuk have lost their credibility by taking dictation from Washington. In December 2015, Gallup Poll reported that Poroshenko’s popularity rating had dropped from 47% to 17% within one year.
Earlier this week, Barack Obama assured paranoid Israel Jew, Jeffrey Goldberg (The Atlantic), saying: “If there is somebody in Washington that would claim that we would consider going to war with Russia over Crimea and eastern Ukraine, they should speak up and be very clear about it.”