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Kevin MacDonald, professor of psychology at the California State University, has published a new article Breaking up Ukraine along ethnic lines on the heels of his recent Competing Nationalisms in Ukraine. Dr. MacDonald writes:
|Kevin MacDonald is a leading critic of the Zio-cons|
It’s incredible that a government that seized power as a result of mob
violence now complains that a democratic referendum that would go some
way toward splitting up Ukraine along ethnic lines is illegitimate. And
it is sheer hypocrisy for the West, which has invested $5 billion in
getting Ukraine away from Russia since 1991 according to neocon operative Victoria Nuland, including support for the violent overthrow of the democratically elected Yanukovych government.
In this interview we discuss Ukraine and the larger issues of nationalism, identity, and geopolitics - without being cowed by the political-correctness strictures or propaganda directives that constrain the mainstream media.
Kevin MacDonald is Professor of Psychology at California State University–Long Beach. After receiving a Masters degree in evolutionary biology, he received a Ph. D. in Biobehavioral Sciences, both at the University of Connecticut. Since assuming his position at California State University–Long Beach, his research has focused on developing evolutionary perspectives on culture, developmental psychology and personality theory, the origins and maintenance of monogamous marriage in Western Europe, and ethnic relations (group evolutionary strategies). He is the author of more than 100 scholarly papers and reviews.
Labels: coup, crimea, ethnicity, evolution, group evolutionary strategies, kevin macdonald, neoconservatives, russia, ukraine, victoria nuland