Posted on March 11, 2022, by State of the Nation
by Michael Suede - A reposting of my previous article with updates
“On December 21, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said that the presence of more than 120 members of private US military companies had been identified in the villages of Avdeyevka and Priazovskoye…and containers with unknown chemical compounds had been delivered to the village of Avdeyevka and Krasny Liman for staging provocations.”
In 2014, the US overthrew the democratically elected Ukraine government and installed a neo-Nazi as President in a CIA funded coup, often referred to as the Maidan Massacre. The following Presidents were no better. The current guy Zelensky used to be a clown – literally. He’s supported by the West because he’s completely sold Ukraine out to Western interests. The Ukrainian government is completely corrupt. Remember, Biden had them halt the investigation into Burisma because his son was being paid millions in kickbacks. To top it off, the Ukrainian military is run by Nazi sympathizers. In fact, there is an entire regiment in the Ukrainian military staffed by dedicated neo-Nazis called the Azov.
According to attorney Robert Barnes, one credible Ukrainian pollster has Zelensky with a lower approval rating than Biden. Very few Ukrainians approve of him, and the only people who actually want to fight for him are the hardcore neo-Nazis that run the military. The Ukrainian government just issued a draft for all men ages 18 to 60 because no one wants to fight the Russians; news stories claiming otherwise are propaganda and lies.
Eastern Ukraine, which is referred to as the Donbas region, speaks Russian. Nearly half the people in the Donbas are ethnic Russians. The Nazis in western and central Ukraine hate the Russians for obvious historical reasons. After the Nazi coup, the Donbas held local elections to see if they should declare independence from Ukraine, which the voters approved. Since the vote for independence, the Ukrainian military has repeatedly shelled the Donbas region and cut off essential services to the people living there. The people in the Donbas are generally friendly toward the Russians. They see this as a Russian peacekeeping mission.
In contrast to Zelensky, Putin enjoys a 70% approval rating, with broad support among the Russian people. Before invading, the Russian parliament approved the military action. Putin’s invasion has the full support of the Russian public.
Putin said he would attack if Ukraine violated the Minsk Accords that were agreed to by the Ukraine and Donbas separatists after the coup took place, which obligated the Ukrainian government to sit down with Donbas elected officials and work toward Donbas independence, as well as forbidding Ukraine from joining NATO or hosting nuclear weapons.
Just before the invasion, there was something on the order of 2,000 violations of the ceasefire by Ukraine against the Donbas. This caused Russia to finally recognize the independence of the region. Further, Zelensky went on record asking for NATO membership and changing Ukrainian law to allow NATO troops on Ukrainian soil in preparation for massive joint military exercises, as well as saying he was open to hosting nukes. Just days before the military action, Kamala Harris went to Europe and gave a speech with Zelensky saying she admired his desire to join NATO.
On top of Ukraine throwing the Minsk Accords in the trash and the West violating promises, NATO made to Soviet Russia back in 1991 to not expand eastward, last year the US government admitted the Pentagon is controlling biological laboratories all over Ukraine; this was further bolstered by evidence Russia recently made public, as well as evidence published by The National Pulse. Now Russia is claiming they have actually seized US bioweapons in Ukraine. The evidence is so overwhelming that Fox News is being forced to cover it.
In a recent Senate hearing, the US Under Secretary of State admitted on record that the “Ukraine has biological research facilities, which we in fact are quite concerned that Russian forces may be seeking to gain control of.” – I seem to recall the US going to war over similar circumstances in the past.
But that’s not all! Russian news agency TASS reported that “On December 21, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said that the presence of more than 120 members of private US military companies had been identified in the villages of Avdeyevka and Priazovskoye. He stressed that containers with unknown chemical compounds had been delivered to the village of Avdeyevka and Krasny Liman for staging provocations.”
If you want a detailed explanation of why Russia invaded, you can hear it directly from the horse’s mouth.
We have no business being in that place. I hope Putin does what he says and wipes out all the Nazis and kicks out all the corrupt scumbags doing dirty deals with our government. Putin says he has no interest in sticking around or occupying the place. He doesn’t need to. I trust Putin more than Biden or Zelensky, which is insane to even contemplate, but it goes to show how useless and corrupt our own government is.
This entire war could have been avoided by Biden simply making a public statement that Ukraine would never be allowed into NATO and that they would never be allowed to host nuclear weapons, along with a threat of cutting off our billions in “aid” if they continued to shell the Donbas. This war was created and promoted by the West. The US government is responsible for what is happening there right now.
Learn a little history. This short video from 2014 will fill you in:
The Neo-Nazi threat in new Ukraine: NEWSNIGHT
You can get a transcript of the video, along with references and more information, here. (YouTube just age-restricted the video because it was getting too much traction with the recent events going on. I’m sure they are burying it so it never appears in a search result again.)
This piece in Intellinews, published on January 27th before the conflict started, provides some insight as to what our glorious leaders envision for Ukraine.
By the time the US went into red alert mode over “imminent” Russian aggression, Zelenskiy was clearly more preoccupied with domestic politics and the threat of a coup. His messaging became confused as he tried to link his foes, such as oligarch Rinat Akhmetov and ex-president Poroshenko to Russia, while it was clear that if any great power were behind them, then it would be the United States of America.
Akhmetov is one of the top sponsors of the Atlantic Council. The militant street movement, which backs Poroshenko and keeps the threat of a new Maidan alive, is run by Andriy Levus, an activist and former security official directly linked to diaspora organizations created by Nazi collaborators who found refuge in North America under the auspices of the CIA.
The Ukrainians have reasons to suspect that the United States and Britain, with their radical rhetoric unmatched by the real level of threat as well as their enthusiasm about “brave Ukrainians” fighting and dying for the Western cause, are prepared to throw Ukraine under the bus so as to get Russia bogged down in a devastating war. The vision of “a new Chechen war” was evoked by British PM Boris Johnson. Former Obama administration official Evelyn Farkas went as far as calling for the US to form a new “coalition of the willing” and engage in a direct conflict with Russia over Ukraine.
Zelenskiy also has good reasons to believe that his allies see him as an impediment. As Julia Ioffe put in her piece for Puck, “the White House and its Democrat allies have just about had it with President Zelenskiy”. Three sources in Biden’s administration and the Capitol she spoke to described the Ukrainian president as “annoying, infuriating and downright counterproductive”.
Ukraine has an America problem on top of its Russia nightmare. Never groomed to be a professional politician, not to mention a national leader, Zelenskiy has to demonstrate the utmost skill to prevent great powers from turning his country into a battlefield.
I personally think the US may want this war for even more sinister reasons. Everything the US government has done under Biden has worked towards diminishing US power globally. By forcing Russia to act, it provides the US an excuse to cut off banking services and oil pipelines, which would further drive Russia into the waiting arms of China. Ultimately this could lead to the destruction of the US Dollar as the world’s reserve currency, resulting in tremendously diminished US power. If one believes Biden was installed by China, as I do, it makes a lot of sense to think this setup is intentional – not only to weaken Russia but ultimately to destroy the US as a global power.
Understanding Ukrainian Nazism
In the West, media outlets are claiming that Russia’s agenda to “denazify” Ukraine is unfounded. At the same time, public opinion in Western countries is totally alienated from the Ukrainian reality, tending to believe only what is reported by the hegemonic media. The result of this is strong disapproval of the Russian attitude based on the lie that there is no trace of Nazism in contemporary Ukraine. In this sense, it is urgent that quality information be disseminated to the Western audience to avoid the proliferation of lies about the Ukrainian reality.
On almost every TV channel and newspaper in the West, Ukrainian Nazism is questioned with the worst possible arguments: Zelensky is Jewish, and the Ukrainian state is democratic. This kind of superficial thinking prevents a detailed analysis of the catastrophic situation in Kyiv since the Maidan, when, through a coup d’état, an anti-Russian junta took power and institutionalized a racist and anti-Russian ideology, which remains until the current days.
When we talk about “Ukrainian Nazism” we are not saying that Kyiv is a contemporary copy of Hitler’s Berlin, but that the neo-Nazi element is a fundamental point of post-2014 Ukraine. The Maidan coup was openly supported and financed by NATO as a way of undermining any Russian influence in Moscow’s own strategic environment. The aim was to make Ukraine a puppet state, commanded by Washington, ending any link with Russia. There was not only the objective to annihilate political, economic, and diplomatic relations between Kyiv and Moscow, but also to eliminate cultural, ethnic, religious, and linguistic ties between both nations.
Since then, anti-Russian plans have been implemented. Ethnic Russians have been persecuted for the past eight years–even through systematic extermination in some regions. The Russian language has been criminalized in entire cities where the population does not speak Ukrainian. Schisms in the Orthodox Church have been supported by to form a Ukrainian “national church” out of the Moscow Patriarchate. But the question remains: how has this been possible if Ukrainians and Russians are such close people? Many Ukrainians speak Russian and marry ethnic Russians, in addition to the fact that most of the country’s population follows the Orthodox Church. So how was it possible to initiate such a successful racist policy?
This was certainly one of the biggest concerns of the Maidan planners. And the answer lies in the Nazi element, which was very well worked out by Arsen Avakov, Minister of the Interior during the Poroshenko government. Avakov initiated a process of instrumentalizing neo-Nazi militias that had supported Maidan, making these extremist groups key points in the defense of the new Ukrainian regime. In the West, due to collective ignorance about Slavic history, many people think that Nazi racism was restricted to Jews, but in fact, anti-Russian hatred was one of the biggest locomotives of WWII, having led Hitler to the irrational decision to invade and try to annex the USSR. This sentiment is alive in these neo-Nazi militias, who are literally ready to do anything to annihilate the Russians, being much more fanatical in their racist convictions than the Ukrainian armed forces.
Groups such as the Azov Battalion, C14, and the armed militias of rightist parties such as Pravyy Sektor and Svoboda operate freely in Ukraine and are most responsible for the extermination of ethnic Russians in the Donbas. These groups act with more violence and use more sophisticated equipment than the Ukrainian armed forces themselves, being the real face of Kyiv’s anti-Russian brutality. As neo-Nazis, these militias have no obstacles in complying with the government’s objective of destroying any ties between Russians and Ukrainians, thus being the main allies of the Maidan era.
In a 2020 Freedom House report, “A new Eurasian far-right rising”, it is said that the far right is one of the strongest and most influential elements in Ukrainian society today, being a sophisticated, highly professionalized, and visible political force. In other words, what would be violent and criminal urban groups elsewhere on the planet have been converted by Kyiv into a pro-Maidan parallel armed force. The inspiration for this model of action comes from the original Nazism: the Schutzstaffel (SS) was one of the largest German armed political forces during the 1930s and 1940s, but the group was not part of the German Armed Forces, but a paramilitary militia instrumentalized by the government apart from the official troops.
There was a major strategic objective with this: while the German military was commanded by the government, the SS fought for the Nazi Party and for Hitler–that is, if Germany surrendered, the SS would declare war on the German military. This type of “double-shielded” military system is the same one that Kyiv has implemented: if one day a pro-Russian government is elected, the neo-Nazi militias will declare war on Kyiv–and will be strong enough to defeat the official troops in the same way as the SS was stronger than the German armed forces.
It is necessary to note that these groups operate not only in the sphere of military force but also in the cultural field, fomenting anti-Russian hatred among ordinary Ukrainians. The exaltation of Stepan Bandera (Ukrainian anti-Soviet nationalist leader who collaborated with Nazi Germany) is one of the symptoms of this. Before the Maidan, Bandera was a name like any other in Ukrainian history, but he came to be remembered and venerated as a national hero by neo-Nazis and anti-Russian politicians. In the same sense, these groups vandalize parishes and monasteries of the Russian Orthodox Church and are responsible for the consolidation of a Ukrainian mentality entirely hostile to Russia, which is gradually permeating the local population.
Ukraine is in fact ruled by a Jew and the country’s power structure is indeed publicly “democratic”, despite being internally authoritarian and corrupt. But the Nazi element is not in these aspects but in the structure of protection of the post-Maidan Ukrainian state, which is supported by a national coalition of neo-Nazi militias whose objective is simply to persecute and kill Russians, regardless of who is in power in Kyiv. It does not matter to these militias if the President of the Republic is a Jew–what matters is that Russians are dying, which favors both neo-Nazis and the pro-NATO politicians they protect. In other words, the Western media’s arguments to deny Putin’s claims about Ukrainian Nazism are weak and superficial.
Moscow is right in its concern to denazify Ukraine. It is a measure that should be taken in a coalition by several countries. All over the world, Nazism is “condemned”, but only when it benefits the West. The closest political experience to Nazism in the present day has been seen and peacefully tolerated by liberal governments that claim to be defenders of human rights and democracy. Russia is simply no longer willing to put up with crimes being committed by neo-Nazis against its people and there is nothing wrong with that decision.
Lucas Leiroz, a researcher in Social Sciences at the Rural Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; geopolitical consultant.
The bottom line is for the people to regain their original, moral principles, which have intentionally been watered out over the past generations by our press, TV, and other media owned by the Illuminati/Bilderberger Group, corrupting our morals by making misbehavior acceptable to our society. Only in this way shall we conquer this oncoming wave of evil.
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