This video apparently was banned in the West, until October, 2017, when it was released. Here is the ZeroHedge link to that. There is a YouTube version out, which I post below (I have also downloaded and saved and MP4 version of it, should anyone wish to download and view on their computer; click here (300 MB).
Recall that Asst. Sec’y of State Victoria (“Yats is our guy”, “F— the EU”) Nuland “bragged” that the U.S. had spent $5 billion in Ukraine, essentially to foment regime change, ending in a new and wonderful Neo-Nazi type government (that type of thing is what the US Corp. has been “good” at over the past several decades). I have yet to watch the documentary, but I would presume it is quite expertly done. Here is what the Zerohedge article wrote about it.
“Investigative journalist Robert Parry reveals how US-funded political NGOs and media companies have emerged since the 1980s, replacing the CIA in promoting America’s geopolitical agenda abroad.
“As Russia-Insider details, Ukraine on Fire provides a historical perspective for the deep divisions in the region which led to the 2004 Orange Revolution, the 2014 uprisings, and the violent overthrow of democratically-elected Yanukovych. Covered by Western media as a ‘popular revolution’, it was in fact a coup d’état scripted and staged by ultra-nationalist groups and the US State Department.
“Executive producer Oliver Stone gained unprecedented access to the inside story through his on-camera interviews with former President Viktor Yanukovych and Minister of Internal Affairs Vitaliy Zakharchenko, who explain how the US Ambassador and factions in Washington actively plotted for regime change. And, in his first meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Stone solicits Putin’s take on the significance of Crimea, NATO and the US’s history of interference in elections and regime change in the region.
“The film was originally released in 2016, but unsurprisingly, Stone came up against problems distributing the film in the US and western countries. A Russian-dubbed version was available almost immediately and was aired on TV in Russia, but people in the ‘free world’ were left without access to the full film.
Download MP4 version (300 MB)