+++ 14. April 2015 +++
Kiev Consolidates Neo-Nazi Orientation, as West Remains Ominously Silent
On the eve of the 70th anniversary of the crushing of nazism and fascism in Europe, for which 27 million citizens of the then Soviet Union gave their lives, the Ukrainian Parliament passed two bills on April 9:
* one equates Nazism and Communism, and bans all display of “pro Soviet” symbols
* the other praises Stepan Bandera's OUN and the UPA, the Nazi collaborators in Ukraine before and during World War II who fought the Red Army, as "fighting for the country's independence," and grants their members special social benefits.
On the same day, speaking at a war memorial, Ukraine President Porosheko attempted to rewrite history to suit his political goals (undoubtedly dictated by Washington) by declaring that "Hitler together with Stalin initiated the bloody fighting of World War II, and then tried to divide and split Europe."
The Russian news agency Sputnik quotes Mateusz Piskorski, a Pole who heads the European Center for Geopolitical Analysis:
"Kiev authorities are forging their historic identity, openly citing neo-Nazism as an inspiration. Ukraine seems to be the only country in Europe to do this in a blatant manner, without being ashamed of its detestable past. Neo-Nazism is becoming a new state ideology in Ukraine."
Unfortunately, European governments, including Berlin, as well as the media, have failed to report on and denounce these developments. But Sputnik notes that posters and flyers are being posted across Ukraine calling on people to inform the Security Service (SBU) of anyone who supports Russia or opposes the Kiev regime, accusing such people of being "domestic separatists." Apparently, the operation was set up by activists at the Ukraine Crisis Media Center (UCMC), one of Victoria Nuland's pet outfits which is directly funded by the National Endowment for Democracy and the U.S. Embassy.
Meanwhile, confirming the consolidation of the neo-Nazi ideology, SBU head Valentyn Nalyvaychenko announced in an April 1 interview that the model for his agency is the Ukrainian Nationalists-Ukrainian Insurgent Army (OUN-UPA), which collaborated with the Nazis during their invasion of the Soviet Union. Nalyvaychenko, long associated with the Bandera Trident (Tryzub) organization, a core component of the coup’s Right Sector shock troops, boasted in a May 2014 Atlantic Council conference call of his “intensive” intelligence-sharing and other cooperation with “U.S. colleagues.”
Moreover, Nalyvaychenko's long-time collaborator Dmytro Yarosh, the head of the ominous Right Sector, threatened again on April 5 in the Ukrainian newspaper, Obozrevatel, to unleash a "new Maidan", if Poroshenko does not crack down enough on the pro-Russian population. Yarosh was just also appointed advisor to the Ukrainian Armed Forces, to coordinate cooperation with his "volunteer" shocktroops in the East of the country.
Further reading: Neo-Nazi Movement Must Be Exposed in Drive for War on Russia
Will Neo-Nazis Wreck the Minsk Cease-Fire Deal?
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+++ 21. Dezember 2016 +++
Terror: Obama Issues Threats to Kill
On receiving the first reports, on Dec. 19, of the assassination of Russian ambassador Andrey Karlov in Turkey, American economist Lyndon LaRouche declared: “Put Obama on the list of suspects.”