US-installed Ukrainian fascists commemorated Poroshenko’s established victory in Europe Day of Remembrance by vowing to “destroy Moscow,” free its people, and let them “shape their own future.”
Ukrainian ultranationalists attending a May 8 commemoration included 14th SS Waffen Grenadier division veterans, Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) members, and Nazi-infested volunteer battalions involved in what they call “the Russian-Ukrainian war.”
Svoboda party overt Nazis participated. Their slogan is “Ukraine for the Ukrainians” – meaning ethnically pure, free of Jews, Russians and others not wanted, by extermination or other means.
Party member Yuri Sirotyuk called war on Russia Ukraine’s historic mission. “I believe that if we truly want it, we will do it,” he blustered.
Obama’s Ukrainian allies are over-the-top lunatics like Sirotyuk and likeminded fascists wanting war, not peace.
Prime minister Arseny Yatsenyuk referring to World War II accused Soviet Russia of invading Germany.
Nazi collaborator Stepan Bandera is honored as a national hero. His Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN-B) was involved in mass executions and ethnic cleansing in Ukraine in liaison with the Nazis.
Poroshenko ranted on V-Day saying “May 9 will always be a red date in the Ukrainian calendar, just as these red poppies (replacing Russia’s St. George’s Ribbons) symbolize the remembrance of the fallen.”
“We will never celebrate this day under the Russian scenario, because it provides for the cold-blooded use of Victory Day for an apology to the expansionist policy regarding neighbors aimed at keeping them in the sphere of one’s influence and restoration of empire.”
Ukrainian fascists are US proxies waging dirty war without mercy on their own people – besides targeting all anti-regime Ukrainians wanting to live free from the scourge of fascism.
Donbass remains in the eye of the storm. Minsk ceasefire terms were dead on arrival. Ukrainian shelling continues daily.
Residential areas are prime targets. On V-Day, Gorlovka was attacked. “The shelling of northern suburbs resumed in the second half of day” after earlier a kindergarten and civilian homes were struck, a local resident explained.
Explosions were heard in nearby villages. Heavy smoke was seen rising. A gas pipeline was destroyed.
Other targeted areas include Donetsk airport, surrounding areas, and Shirokino village. According to Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) military spokesman Eduard Basurin:
“The intensity of attacks by Ukrainian law enforcement agencies increased, with 57 violations of the ceasefire” on one day alone – dozens of violations daily.
Ukrainian forces largely conceal weapons during daylight hours – then use them against Donbass targets mostly at night.
Days earlier, OSCE chairman Ivica Dacic condemned ceasefire violations. He and other Western officials do nothing to stop them.
Poroshenko vows to continue war until Donbass freedom fighters are eliminated and Crimea is forcefully seized from Russia.
He wants NATO membership to facilitate his war plans – including against Russia.
On a day peace advocates celebrate defeating the scourge of Nazism, the Kiev regime integrated by Ukraine’s Nazi parties calls for war with Russia.
By Stephen Lendman
The United States has what is called a “special relationship” with Israel. Just one problem with this: The U.S. is supporting neo-Nazis in Ukraine.
How can the U.S. be “pro-Israel” if it is assisting and training anti-Semites? And how is it that the U.S. supports neo-Nazi extremists today even after 6 million Jews were targeted and methodically murdered by Nazis during WWII?
Pentagon officials announced that U.S. troops from the 173rd Airborne will deploy to Ukraine in March to help build the Ukrainian National Guard. The Pentagon neglected to mention that prominent members of the Ukrainian National Guard include the Azov battalion, a leading neo-Nazi group formed in 2014.
In addition to sending U.S. troops, Washington has already sent heavy military equipment and has earmarked $19 million for Ukrainian forces.
Azov is “run by the extremist Patriot of Ukraine organization, which considers Jews and other minorities sub-human,” and was founded by Andriy Biletsky, who ...
We ”know” how evil the Russians and Putin are, yet most Americans know little about this area of the world: a recent poll found only 1 in 6 Americans could locate the Ukraine on a map. Beyond geography, the US, a historical “newcomer”, has often underappreciated the importance of history and related cultural differences.
Russians and Ukrainians, comprising the “Eastern Slavs”, are ethnically related. Were it not for some tragic history, they would have had closer ties today than those afforded by the US/UK “special relationship”. Their history stretches back at least 700 years before the first settlers landed in America when Kiev was the center of power of a nascent Russian state. In the early 15th century, as the center of power shifted north-eastward, Moscow assumed the mantle of power.
After Mongol domination ended in the early 15th century, Russia has had to fend of numerous threats – then powerful Poland/Lithuania union in ...
State frontiers are established by human beings
and may be changed by human beings.
Adolf Hitler. Mein Kampf
Diplomacy, with all the conventions of its forms,
recognizes only real facts.
Charles de Gaulle
All of Adolf Hitler’s actions, from the time he rose to power in 1933 until 1939, could be described as one triumph after another. He met each challenge he faced: he took over as head of the country, returned Germany’s lost territories without a struggle, and was given permission from England and France to rearm. But one further task lay before him, and failure now would make his previous achievements almost pointless. The new, powerful, self-confident Germany needed to attack the USSR. Her army required a launching pad where she could deploy her army for invasion. Otherwise it would be impossible to take a stab at Russia. After all, it did not matter how many tanks and airplanes Hitler possessed or whether ...
The conditionality of the Soviet Union’s agreement to allow East Germany to be taken by West Germany and for the Cold War to end, was that NATO would not expand «one inch to the east». This was the agreement that was approved by the Russian President of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev, a great man and a subsequent hero to democrats around the world.
He agreed then to end the Soviet Union and abandon communism and thus to end the entire Cold War; he agreed to this because he had been promised that NATO would expand not «one inch to the east,» or «one inch eastward,» depending upon how the promise was translated and understood — but it has the same meaning, no matter how it was translated. He trusted American President George Herbert Walker Bush, whose friend and Secretary of State James Baker made this promise to Gorbachev. With this ...
How many times have we seen this before?
The President of the United States is on TV telling us horror stories. Some innocent people in some corner of the world are being crushed, he tells us. They face some monstrously evil oppressor, he says. While the United States doesn’t like war, what choice is there? Sacrifices must be made, cruise missiles must be unleashed, to protect the poor and innocent. The world is the set of an action movie, and the US is the tragic hero, forced to rescue the innocent.
This is the script we heard in former Yugoslavia. Bill Clinton claimed to be stoping “mass rapes” and “concentration camps.” After the smoke had cleared, and thousands had been killed, the truth came out. The United Nations admitted that no “genocide” had taken place. The talk of mass rapes and concentration camps had been hype.
While the alleged crimes used to justify ...
Since the end of the Cold War, the United States of America has systematically violated the prohibition against the threat or use of force contained in the UN Charter and the Kellogg Briand Pact. It has carved out a regime of impunity for its crimes based on its UN Security Council veto, non-recognition of international courts and sophisticated "information warfare" that undermines the rule of law with political justifications for otherwise illegal threats and uses of force.
Former Nuremberg prosecutor Benjamin B. Ferencz has compared current U.S. policy to the illegal German "preemptive first strike" policy for which senior German officials were convicted of aggression at Nuremberg and sentenced to death by hanging.
In 2002, the late U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy described post-September 11th U.S. doctrine as "a call for 21st century American imperialism that no other nation can or should accept." And yet the U.S. government has succeeded in assembling alliances ...
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