Antipope Francis personally ordered Ukrainian coup to kill EU exit / $15 billion Russian dealHeinous Crimes, World news Wednesday, March 5th, 2014
In December of 2013 Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that Moscow agreed to buy $15 billion worth of Ukrainian government debt and allow for a 33% gas discount in the price Ukrainians pay for Russian natural gas. This posed a very serious threat to the Catholic Church International Monetary Fund (IMF). The people of Ukraine would no longer be enslaved by interest bearing debt owed to the Pope via loans from the Catholic Church IMF. The Ukrainian people would have more money in their pockets with the Russian $15 billion debt purchase and 33% gas discount. As of January 1, 2014 Ukraine started buying Russian gas for $268 instead of $400 per 1,000 cubic meters.
The Russian government agreed to buy $15 billion in Ukrainian debt by investing in Ukrainian bonds using money from Russia’s Welfare Fund. “For the purpose of supporting the Ukrainian budget the Russian government has made a decision to invest part of the National Welfare Fund, to the tune of $15 billion, in Ukrainian government securities,” Russian President Vladimir Putin said. Ukraine “is our fully-fledged strategic partner beyond any doubt,” Putin said at the meeting, where the two presidents signed 14 separate agreements on space, engineering, defense and trade.
The Russian deal between Russia and Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich was very good for Ukraine and its people. The financial deal was very bad for the Catholic Church IMF so the Catholic Church ordered members of its military orders in Kiev Ukraine to honor their oaths and take to the streets and shed blood for the Catholic Church. The orders to wage war against Ukraine and overthrow elected President Viktor Yanukovich came directly from antipope Francis.
A day after at least 75 people were reported killed in clashes between police and protesters in Ukraine’s capital, antipope Francis asked the College of Cardinals to send a message of support to the two Ukrainian cardinals waging war against the elected Ukrainian government.
“I want to send a greeting, not just in my name, but in the name of all, to the Ukrainian cardinals — Cardinal (Marian) Jaworski, archbishop emeritus of Lviv, and Cardinal (Lubomyr) Husar, major archbishop emeritus of Kiev — who are suffering very much these days because of the many difficulties in their homeland,” the antipope told the cardinals at the beginning of a meeting to discuss the family on February 21, 2014. Within this message antipope Francis was instructing the Ukrainian cardinals to continue to wage “relentless war” against Ukraine. The message was telling the Ukrainian cardinals to use his name to entice Ukrainian Catholic bishops, priests and parishioners to take to the streets and incite violence in his name.
Now that the Catholic Church has caused major destruction to the Ukrainian capital and has overthrown the elected Ukrainian government and installed an unelected pro-EU government the Catholic Church IMF is now forcing the Ukrainian people to take on a 11 billion euros ($15 billion) interest bearing debt owed to the Pope. The announcement was made by European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso. The announcement is contingent on Ukraine signing a deal with the International Monetary Fund.
Not only do the people of Ukraine have to pay off a $15 billion debt to the Pope through the Pope’s IMF the Ukrainian people will also have to pay off the debt that Russia offered to buy last December. The Catholic Church forced Ukraine into bankruptcy as a direct result of the Catholic Church deadly violence in Kiev, Ukraine. Ukrainians are now forced to pay a Catholic Church IMF debt that is rigged to never be paid as well as high energy costs. Both debilitating financial hardships have been fueled by the Catholic Church which has crippled the economy of Ukraine for decades.
Additionally, the Catholic Church imposed the trade sanctions that Ukraine would have received had it signed an association agreement with the EU. An agreement that the Yanukovich government refused to sign in 2013 at the 28–29 November EU summit in Vilnius.
Because of antipope Francis ordered coup the Ukrainian people will also be forced to buy, at an inflated price, gas only from the EU, via “reverse flows” of gas from the EU.
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