Dozens of young people who lost their lives in Kiev’s Independence Square during a “coup” four years ago were most likely killed by snipers who were in league with protest leaders. Ukraine is a failed state, its population has dwindled from 52m to 35m since the end of the USSR, the wages are very low and “Nazi associates” have become national heroes there.
You know, the situation that has developed at this moment along the demarcation line, indicates that some steps are being done and these steps are aimed at … – well, let’s say – … to create favourable conditions for a possible, let’s say, attack, possibly for the escalations. The number of provocations has increased quite sharply. […] The first [reason why Ukraine is allegedly preparing an attack] is, of course, attracting the attention of the world community. This is what Ukraine currently lacks and it was demonstrated by the recent conference in Munich [on security] with an empty room for Poroshenko. The next one is certainly an appropriate time for any provocations: the presidential elections in Russia, the World Cup.
Conspiracy theory, no evidence given.