WashPo: Ukraine's SBU, Clandestinely Trained by CIA, Assassinated Daughter of Russian IntellectualChris Menahan
Oct. 23, 2023
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Ukraine's domestic security service (SBU) has been receiving clandestine training from the CIA for eight years and used said training to assassinate Darya Dugina, the daughter of Russian intellectual Alexander Dugin, the Washington Post reports.
SBU sources boasted about the assassination -- which they previously denounced as terrorism -- and said they did it to advance a "narrative" that no one is safe inside of Russia.
From The Washington Post, "Ukrainian spies with deep ties to CIA wage shadow war against Russia":
The cluttered car carrying a mother and her 12-year-old daughter seemed barely worth the attention of Russian security officials as it approached a border checkpoint. But the least conspicuous piece of luggage -- a crate for a cat -- was part of an elaborate, lethal plot. Ukrainian operatives had installed a hidden compartment in the pet carrier, according to security officials with knowledge of the operation, and used it to conceal components of a bomb.The CIA is against the assassinations they trained them and armed them to conduct.
Many of Ukraine's clandestine operations have had clear military objectives and contributed to the country's defense. The car bombing that killed Daria Dugina, however, underscored Ukraine's embrace of what officials in Kyiv refer to as "liquidations" as a weapon of war. Over the past 20 months, the SBU and its military counterpart, the GUR, have carried out dozens of assassinations against Russian officials in occupied territories, alleged Ukrainian collaborators, military officers behind the front lines and prominent war supporters deep inside Russia. Those killed include a former Russian submarine commander jogging in a park in the southern Russian city of Krasnodar and a militant blogger at a cafe in St. Petersburg, according to Ukrainian and Western officials.It's really not very complicated at all. The CIA trained Ukraine's assassination force and now they're going around assassinating non-combatants inside of Russia with US weapons and military aid.
The Times reported on the same assassination squads -- dubbed "kill teams" -- back in August and said they're using US-supplied Black Hawk helicopters to carry out their cross-border assassinations.
At the same time, the US is supplying Ukraine with advanced arms and long-range weaponry which they're using to conduct random terror attacks against civilians inside of Russia.
Ukraine's counteroffensive was a total failure because they could not break through the heavily-mined and highly fortified battlefield in eastern Ukraine and so they've focused almost entirely on terrorism and assassinations just to maximize the pain felt by Russia.
The Post continued:
"We are seeing the birth of a set of intelligence services that are like Mossad in the 1970s," said a former senior CIA official, referring to the Israeli spy service long accused of carrying out assassinations in other countries. Ukraine's proficiency at such operations "has risks for Russia," the official said, "but it carries broader risks as well."Ukraine denied having anything to do with the assassination of Darya Dugina when it happened and compared it to terrorism but now they're bragging about it, the Post noted:
At the time, Ukraine vigorously denounced involvement in the attack. "Ukraine has absolutely nothing to do with this, because we are not a criminal state like Russia, or a terrorist one at that," said Mykhailo Podolyak, an adviser to Zelensky.Ukraine assassinated the daughter of a minor media personality for "narrative" and we paid for it.
Congress is gearing up to give another $105 billion in military and economic aid to Ukraine and Israel as soon as possible.
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