Google goes Soviet on Nuland/Pyatt confab plotting Ukraine’s post-coup government

Mark Crispin Miller | 29 May 2022

YouTubers will no longer know about that hacked phone conversation, exposing how the US plotted to replace that country’s democratically elected government with a lot of technocrats and Nazis

“Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past.”

​Once upon a time, it seemed to be the Soviets, and they alone, who did the sort of thing that Winston Smith does for a living at the Ministry of Truth—change the historical record, to maintain the Inner Party’s absolute “control” not only of the present but, especially, the future, as noted in the quote above. The Soviets’ routine manipulation of the photographic record—so as retroactively to “disappear” (today we would say “cancel”) no-longer-tolerable members of the Politburo—was demonstrated vividly in The Commissar Vanishes: The Falsification of Photographs and Art in Stalin’s Russia, a book by David King, published in 1997.

Well, that was then. This is now:

From Chris Bergier:

The smoking gun evidence proving U.S. involvement in the 2014 coup in Kiev, Ukraine has been removed from YouTube after eight years. However you can still watch it here on rumble:

It was one of the most watched versions of the intercepted and leaked conversation between then Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland and Geoffrey Pyatt, the then U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, in which the two discuss who will make up the new government weeks before democratically-elected Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych was overthrown in a violent coup on Feb. 21, 2014.

The two talk about “midwifing” the unconstitutional change of government and “gluing it together” and of the role the then Vice President should play and what meetings to set up with Ukrainian politicians.

How would you like it if the Russians did the same thing to the State of California and caused it to secede from our Union?

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