The problem with lurking in the murkier depths of the blogosphere is that patterns begin to emerge. There are a lot of voices on the web all trying to reach the truth and the choices of who one believes remains paramount.
The cold war may be over but there is little doubt that President Putin is a major thorn in the flesh of the 'regime changers'. He effectively vetoed the invasion of Iraq at the Security Council. Blair and Bush went ahead anyway thus seemingly turning themselves into 'war criminals'. He then refused to sanction support for an invasion of Syria so clearly he is fighting a battle against the 'regime changers'.
Ukraine is a very large country. The government had a choice of whether to ally themselves with the EU or with Russia and opted for closer ties with Russia. Suddenly a riot mob emerges and begins a pitched battle with Ukrainian police.
Now I can accept that a section of the public did not agree with their government but then the propaganda machine goes into action! Suddenly the usual subjects, people like John Kerry and the corporate leader of the UK, David Cameron, wade into the action and suddenly the villain of the piece is Ukrainian PM Victor Yanukovych.
I get the impression that the 'rebels' are being supported by 'regime changers' and already there are reports that Moldovans are being paid to join the rebels. Just remember that historically almost every war has been the work of 'regime changers' with links to the banking industry. I guess they are trying once again and this time they are on Russia's doorstep!