|US State Dept Sides with Kremlin and the KGB
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The Obama administration and the US Departament of State side with Kremlin and the KGB yet again. It was a Magnitsky case earlier this year, now it is a Tymoshenko case in Ukraine. The Magnitsky case was not really the first one in the history of more-than-warm relations between a US President, who was raised on the soviet propaganda, and Kremlin. One can be reminded of the unilateral concessions commited by the so-called policy of “reset”.
Yulia Tymoshenko, a former Prime Minister of Ukraine and candidate in 2010 Presidential elections was charged for a number of criminal acts and put under investigation shortly after her defeat on elections. On April 10, 2011 she faced a third criminal case for alleged abuse of power in the Russia-Ukraine gas dispute. It is assumed that as a result of her criminal acts an extremely unfavorable gas deal was signed and Ukraine got billions in losses for above the market gas prices.
Mrs. Tymoshenko was known by the US justice before as a close business partner of Pavlo Lazarenko. And even this year a US federal court has revealed a web of fraudelent companies operating in the USA that have overcharged Ukrainian state-run companies for vaccines implicitly incriminating the Tymoshenko government of fraud, money laundering and corruption.
However, the on-going investigation by Ukrainian authorities into the abuse of power, corruption, and treason commited by Mrs. Tymoshenko has got a different kind of attitude from the US Department of state that is very similar to the one made by the Russia's Ministry of Foreign Relations. Suddenly, a well-known criminal turned into an unfairly prosecuted leader of opposition. Both US and Russia deemed her arrest as unnecessary. And Russian statement revealed the real reason behind its support of “justice in Ukraine”: a possibility to break the corrupt and unbearable gas contracts signed by Mrs. Tymoshenko.
But there are even more reasons for Kremlin to be worried by arrest of Mrs. Tymoshenko: back in 2009 one more contract was signed that actually meant an act of theft on the grand scale: about 6.3 billion cubic meters costing over a billion USD. If Mrs. Tymoshenko is charged on this case, then Mr. Putin will be forced first to appear in court as a witness and then as an accomplice. Some analysts think that this is the real leverage that can be used by Ukrainian authorities to break the gas deals and renegotiate more affordable conditions.
So, on one side we have a criminal gang leader with close connections to the international mafia and organized crime prosecuted in a court, on another side we have a mob of eurobureaucrats worried about stability of the gas deliveries and lucrative contracts from Russia.
It is also interesting to note that in the first reactions on arrest useful idiots and fellow travelers called the President of Ukraine to overstep his powers and intrude into the court proceedings.
Mrs. Tymoshenko, however, has close connection on the other side of Atlantic as well: David Axelrod, the one who was a PR guy in the Obama 2008 campaign also worked on Tymoshenko 2010 campaign, and a prominent sponsor of the Demorats, George Soros met with Mrs. Tymoshenko in secret shortly before the elections and she has openly admitted that his advices are taken into account by her government. This can be one of the possible explanations why the US government decided to defend an alleged criminal. Another explanation is that the dangerously incompetent Obama administration being ill-advised and chasing the ideals of the “justice for all” agenda unintentionally allienates yet another ally, pushing it into the open hands of Kremlin.