GOP Moves To Defund Ukraine ‘Enemies List’ NGO – More Political Theater?

On today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Faced with broad outrage after a US government-linked Ukrainian NGO published an “enemies list” containing the names of several Members and Senators, the US House GOP moved yesterday to ban any further funding to the NGO. But… they will leave the rest of the funding for Ukraine intact. That’s DC partisan smoke and mirrors for you. Also today: NATO’s insane F-16 plan for Ukraine – will it spark WWIII?

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4 thoughts on “GOP Moves To Defund Ukraine ‘Enemies List’ NGO – More Political Theater?”

  1. Bad apple is not just the Ukrainian project, bad apple is the whole global empire project. Ukrainian project is only a part of it. It is an important part because the goal of it is to undermine Russian state which is the main handicap in the way of full spectrum global dominance.
    Global Empire project is not only evil and anti-democratic but also unachievable.

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