SteveLendmansBlog March 6 2014
Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet confirmed it. On February 25 , he and EU foreign policy Catherine Ashton spoke.
They were monitored. They didn’t know it at the time. Their discussion was leaked.
Paet talked to Ashton after returning from Kiev, he said. “At the time, (he) was already in Estonia,” he added.
On Wednesday, he held a press conference. He issued a statement saying Euromaidan killings demand an independent investigation.
Estonia’s Foreign Ministry confirmed the leaked phone call’s authenticity.
“We reject the claim that Paet was giving an assessment of the opposition’s involvement in the violence,” it stressed.
It’s impossible reinterpreting what he meant.
He only commented on what he heard in Kiev. He spilled the beans. Intentionally or not, he confirmed what’s been independently believed all along.
Ukraine’s legitimate President Viktor Yanukovych was wrongfully blamed. He had nothing to do with Euromaidan killings.
The operation was a classic false flag. It was staged to blame him. It’s now exposed.
Cui bono matters most. Yanukovych’s involvement had everything to lose and nothing to gain.
Catherine Ashton’s spokesperson, Maja Kocijancic, was silent. “(W)e don’t comment on leaked phone conversations,” she said.