The Looting Of Ukraine Has Begun! Starting with a 50% Reduction on Pensions

The Looting Of Ukraine Has Begun – Paul Craig Roberts
Naive protesters who believed that EU membership offered a better life are due to lose half of their pension by April.

But this is only the beginning…

The recently installed Kiev government has prepared an economic austerity plan that will cut Ukrainian pensions from $160 to $80 so that Western bankers who lent money to Ukraine can be repaid at the expense of Ukraine’s poor.
According to a report in Kommersant-Ukraine, the finance ministry of Kiev

It is Greece all over again.

This supporter of the Ukraine joining the EU has received her reward: a 50% cut in her pension

This supporter of the Ukraine joining the EU has received her reward: a 50% cut in her pension

11 billion euros is being offered by the EU as aid, this is not aid. It is a loan. Moreover, it comes with many strings, including Kiev’s acceptance of an IMF austerity plan.

Ukrainians participated in the protests that were used to overthrow their elected government, because they believed the lies told to them by Washington-financed NGOs that once they joined the EU they would have streets paved with gold. Instead they are getting cuts in their pensions and an IMF austerity plan.

The austerity plan will cut social services, funds for education, layoff government workers, devalue the currency, thus raising the prices of imports which include Russian gas, thus electricity, and open Ukrainian assets to takeover by Western corporations.

Ukraine’s agriculture lands will pass into the hands of American agribusiness.

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