Ukraine’s Puppet Government and Fed’s Stance on QE

Ukraine puppet government and Fed claims no more QE

Ukraine Puppet Government: Empty Vows of Severe Punishment

Updated March 2023

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko strongly condemned the deadly clashes in Kiev that erupted following a vote on autonomy for separatist eastern regions. He characterized the violence as a “stab in the back” and emphasized the need for severe punishment for all those involved, regardless of their political affiliations. A 24-year-old National Guard member was tragically killed, and over a hundred people were injured during the street battles outside the Vekhovna Rada parliament in Kiev. These clashes coincided with Ukrainian lawmakers granting initial approval to contentious legislation granting greater autonomy to pro-Kremlin rebel-held regions in the east.

In response to the violence, OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Dunja Mijatovic, expressed deep concern and called for a swift investigation into the incident. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s spokesperson, Dmitry Peskov, also voiced concern over the clashes but stressed that it was Ukraine’s domestic matter, emphasizing that Moscow condemned such displays of violence. Full Story

Poroshenko formed alliances with the ultra-right-wing nationalists, and now he appears to be attempting to dilute the agreement he previously accepted in the Minsk agreement. As a result, he risks antagonizing both sides of the political spectrum. His approval ratings are already extremely low, and if he doesn’t proceed cautiously, he could face serious consequences in the near future.


Fed ‘a long way from’ new round of QE: Dudley

New York Federal Reserve President William Dudley stated on Wednesday that the U.S. central bank is currently “a long way from” considering additional quantitative easing measures to support the economy.

Dudley made these remarks during an event focused on the economic outlook. He had previously noted that the recent disruptions in global financial markets had made it appear less suitable to raise interest rates in September.  Full Story

Long way is simply another way of saying we are looking for a reason that the masses will swallow to justify the next round of QE.

originally published Nov 28, 2015, updated In March 2023

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