Thursday, January 8, 2015

Obama outraged at Oliver Stone’s statements on Ukrainian coup |

The White House makes no secret of its indignation over Oliver Stone’s narrative of the coup in Ukraine after his interview with Viktor Yanukovych, Ron Paul Institute Director Daniel McAdams said.

Filmmaker Oliver Stone’s statements about the United States’ involvement in the February coup in Ukraine have caused a surge of indignation in the US government, followed by a media storm targeted at the film director, McAdams said.

According to McAdams, Stone, whose statements about the February coup in Ukraine have been met with hostility in the United States, is clearly aware of how the Washington mechanism of changing political regimes works, with US politicians, institutions and US-financed NGOs working in unison to achieve the goal set by the US government.

McAdams admitted that Stone is aware of the role that social media plays in overthrowing regimes, and suggested remembering the fact the representatives of the US Department of State cited social networks when presenting their disputable accusations against Russia. McAdams stressed that the main thing in Stone’s conclusions is the United States’ interference into Ukraine’s internal affairs.

Previously, Stone announced that he is working on a documentary on former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych.

Stone is widely acclaimed for his films on acute political issues whose array of characters includes US presidents Richard Nixon, John F. Kennedy and George W. Bush.

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