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CIA and Western special ops commandos are in Ukraine, directing proxy war on Russia

The CIA and special operations forces from Britain, France, and Canada are physically in Ukraine, helping direct the proxy war on Russia, overseeing weapons, training, and intelligence. Some Ukrainian fighters have US flag patches.

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The CIA and special operations forces from NATO members Britain, France, Canada, and Lithuania are physically in Ukraine, helping direct the proxy war on Russia, according to a report in The New York Times.

These Western forces are on the ground training and advising Ukrainian fighters, overseeing weapons shipments, and managing intelligence.

At least 20 countries are part of a US Army-led coalition, guiding Ukraine in its fight against Russian troops.

Some Ukrainian combatants are even using US flag patches on their equipment.

This is all according to a June 25 report in The New York Times, titled “Commando Network Coordinates Flow of Weapons in Ukraine, Officials Say.”

The Times is a de facto organ of the US government. Although technically private, the paper closely follows the line of the CIA and Pentagon. Its report is based on statements by top US officials.

This is the strongest evidence yet that the conflict in Ukraine is not just a battle between neighbors, but rather a Western proxy war on Russia, with the direct involvement of NATO forces from several nations.

The Times acknowledged that Ukraine “depends more than ever on help from the United States and its allies — including a stealthy network of commandos and spies rushing to provide weapons, intelligence and training.”

The chief of US Army Special Operations Command, Lieutenant General Jonathan P. Braga, boasted of an “international partnership with the special operations forces of a multitude of different countries” that “have absolutely banded together in a much outsized impact” to help wage the proxy war on Russia.

The Times noted that, “even as the Biden administration has declared it will not deploy American troops to Ukraine, some C.I.A. personnel have continued to operate in the country secretly, mostly in the capital, Kyiv, directing much of the vast amounts of intelligence the United States is sharing with Ukrainian forces.”

The US Army has a “coalition planning cell in Germany to coordinate military assistance to Ukrainian commandos and other Ukrainian troops,” the newspaper reported.

At least 20 countries are part of this US-led cell providing military assistance to Ukraine, “which was modeled after a structure used in Afghanistan,” the newspaper added.

And the 20-nation coalition “is part of a broader set of operational and intelligence coordination cells run by the Pentagon’s European Command to speed allied assistance to Ukrainian troops.”

In a battle in the eastern Donbas region, “a group of Ukrainian special operations forces had American flag patches on their gear and were equipped with new portable surface-to-air missiles as well as Belgian and American assault rifles,” the Times noted.

This is one of many reports proving CIA support for anti-Russian forces in Ukraine.

Ever since the United States sponsored a violent coup d’etat that overthrew Ukraine’s democratically elected government in 2014, CIA agents have been active in the country, training fighters to kill Russian-speaking independence supporters in the east.

Yahoo News published an investigation in March, titled “Secret CIA training program in Ukraine helped Kyiv prepare for Russian invasion,” which revealed that “CIA paramilitaries” began traveling to Ukraine in 2014, and a “covert CIA training program run from Ukraine’s eastern frontlines” was teaching Ukrainians “irregular warfare” tactics.

Another report released in Yahoo News in January, a month before Russia invaded Ukraine, admitted that the CIA had since 2015 been “overseeing a secret intensive training program in the U.S. for elite Ukrainian special operations forces and other intelligence personnel.”

A former CIA official stated openly, before Russia sent its troops in, “The United States is training an insurgency,” in order “to kill Russians.”

2 Comments

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  1. Alex Nosal

    2022-06-27 at 23:26

    I like the way that the Washington Officials frame these armed mercenaries from Blackwater as “CIA Special Forces”. I know too many of them from my time on military bases but more from the women they married. Full disclosure, a lot of soldiers married English teachers when they were based in country’s abroad and I was an English teacher living abroad as well. These guys were typically soldiers who had enlisted at 17 or 18, rose in the ranks as some kind or infantry sergeant, did their 20 years to get the military pension and then got recruited to keep going but with triple the income and a short term contract to continue the job of a U.S. infantryman in a private army capacity. Better food. Cheaper women. No rules or regulations except one. You had to pull the trigger when ordered.
    Would any sane citizen really condone this type of behaviour of the Federal government? And when it comes to these illegal wars our ‘Federalies’ are waging for their sponsors, it is the only time we see bipartisan support! I’ll take Green Party candidates over these compromised Democrats and Republicans any day of the week! We really need to either reel these imbeciles in or replace them all.

  2. Ben Maen

    2022-06-28 at 05:39

    Brilliant contribution, as usual, thank you Ben.
    We knew this was the case, of course, but their drip-feed admissions (even if they often are contradictions of previous stor/lies) are both hilarious and horrifying.

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