"But illegally removed from office. Ukraine's constitution requires a 2/3 vote to impeach a president, but a 3/4 vote to remove him from office. 328 votes is well short of that 3/4 majority."
Well short? did you actually fail maths as well as politics or something? 73.3% is about as far from well short as you can get, especially given the law was put in place by him in the first place. It's also a firm democratic mandate, but again, you apparently don't get what democracy is either because you seem to think it's a thing where only your personal opinion matters in spite of the view of the majority of the Ukranian population.
"Oh, and installed the founder of a neo-nazi party as head of the country's security."
Oh I see, so instead it's better they all just submit to the neo-nazi Russian leadership, yes, neo-nazi, or did you miss all that stuff about using homosexuals and foreigners as scapegoats in Russia. In case you missed it it was kind of a big thing in the run up to Sochi. There are nazis on both sides of the equation.
"By supporting this coup, you are opposing democracy."
You really really need to learn how democracy works, again, I'll make it clear to you, it's not a thing where a minority gets to dictate to the majority. What you're asking for is dictatorship. It simply doesn't matter how you try and spin, whilst yes, there are some ethnic minorities in the Ukraine who support Russia, Putin and Yanukovych, the vast manjority are against them. What is it you find so utterly hard to understand about this?
"Like the right wing in Venezuela, they are trying to do by force what they failed to do at the ballot box."
Unlike the Ukraine, Venezuela can't even claim it's elections were free and fair, they were deemed not to be. I guess you're just one of those fools who loves to support dictatorships, the sort of person that was the reason the likes of Hitler, Mao, and Stalin could get away with what they did. You must be very proud of yourself and your support for dictatorship.
I'll make it abundantly clear to you that you're completely wrong if you think there is anything whatsoever undemocratic going on in the Ukraine (apart from Russia's occupation of Crimea):
Pre protests, support for EU is by far the biggest block vote, 45% vs. 14%:
Not a single area, including the Russian majority Crimea support reunification with Russia with a total of only 13% supporting the Russian cause overall:
51% of Ukrainians support democracy, post protest 58% now support a union with the EU instead of Russia:
The facts are there, this whole situation has the support of the majority, again, if you do not like this that's fine, but you're saying you do not like democracy. You can't pretend you're for democracy and against what's happened in the Ukraine because the two viewpoints are diametrically opposed - you must accept you're either for Russian dictatorship and against democracy, or for democracy and against Russian dictatorship. The numbers, the facts, just do not back any kind of assertion that what's occurred in the Ukraine is not a popular uprising by a majority against Russian interests.
You obviously hate cold fjord, christ, I do, I think he's wrong on almost everything, but everyone's right sometimes. This is one of those rare times, you're letting your personal hatred for someone put you on completely the wrong side of the argument. You may hate US imperialism, but in the Ukraine they've been victim of the equal and opposite Russian imperialism for a long time. Since 2004 we've seen events like this where Russia has tried to sway Ukrainian elections by poisoning candidates:
$5bn US funding is peanuts to the $15bn Putin recently put up, and even less relative to it's gas pipeline threats and discounts, it's existing funding and so on and so forth. Everything you think the US has done wrong in the Ukraine, Russia has been doing a thousand times worse. There's no innocent player here but the majority of Ukrainians have sided with the West because it's their least bad option. Again, I'm sorry you don't like that, but you'll have to get over it or just live your life being wrong on the issue, the numbers don't lie.