April 12, 2024

New York Times Confirms: Ukraine Helped CIA Spy On Russia

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In this February 28, 2024 article published by the New York Times (NYT), authors Adam Entous and Michael Schwirtz confirm that Ukraine has been an integral partner of the CIA in collecting secret information from Russia. According to the article, there is “a subterranean bunker where teams of Ukrainian soldiers track Russian spy satellites and eavesdrop on conversations between Russian commanders”.

The article confirms that there are at least 12 spy bases in Ukraine, most of which are fully financed by the CIA. These spy bases have been built over the past eight years.

Editor’s Note: This article is particularly important again, following the Moscow attack where perpetrators were captured while trying to flee to Ukraine. One can only ask: was the CIA involved in this attack? Once again, the US is blaming ISIS, but we all know that this group was fueled by US interference in international affairs. The US is now claiming that it will be Target No. 1 for ISIS after Moscow.

How convenient that the US government has found a scapegoat to turn attention away from the government-sponsored crisis at their border [see US HEADING TOWARD CIVIL WAR]. How convenient that the ISIS threat will enable the US government to install stricter homeland security policies that will be directed towards normalizing highly controlled and surveilled societies [Also see Government Surveillance Reform Act of 2023 Seeks to End Warrantless Police and FBI Spying, Digital Society: Easy to Takedown and Control, Snowden’s Worst Fears Have Come True, NSA Instructs Employees to Spy on People with “Dignity and Respect”].

This NYT article also confirms what Russia has been saying in the early days of the Russia-Ukraine war. Ukraine has been weaponized by other countries seeking to bring down Russia. Will any concerned leader choose to not do anything when his neighbors are hostile? If the US gives Israel the right to protect its people from “terrorists”, why won’t they give Russia the same right to protect itself against its neighbors who are compromising their country’s peace and security?

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