Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych refuses to quit

Very interesting developments indeed, especially in light of the revelations that the “I am a Ukrainian” video has been exposed as a Kony style scam. The controlled press have been pushing the idea of a grass roots revolution in the Ukraine when, in fact, the evidence suggests the uprising can be traced all the way back to the US State Department. Ukraine is caught in a tug of war between the EU and their globalist sponsors in the US State Department, the CIA, the Council on Foreign Relations and Bilderberg, on the one hand, (who want complete control of Europe) and on the other the Putin regime in Moscow, which remains a serious thorn in the side of the globalists and their ambitions of world government.

Ukrainian President Yanukovych has said he has no intention of quitting and has described events in the capital Kiev events as a “coup”.

The opposition is effectively in control of the city and parliament.

Protesters have walked unchallenged into the president’s official and residential buildings.

A deal was reached between Mr Yanukovych and opposition leaders on Friday, but many protesters continue to demand his resignation.

In a pre recorded interview aired on a Ukrainian station shortly after 16:00 local time (14:00 GMT), Mr Yanukovych said he needed to “protect the people” and that he would “spare no effort to end the bloodshed”.

He said was the legitimately elected president, and that he would not leave Ukraine and would not resign.

He described the events in Kiev as “vandalism, banditry and a coup”.

Source: BBC News.

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