Monday, February 03, 2014


McCain in pain in Ukraine.

"The violence on the streets of Ukraine ... is merely the latest example of the rise of the most insidious form of fascism that Europe has seen since the fall of the Third Reich."

In December 2013, John McCain and Victoria Nuland were seen in Ukraine lending their support to the 'fascist' protesters.

Ukraine and the Rebirth of Fascism in Europe - Eric Draitser, January 31, 2014

shirlz007 suggests that some of these Ukranian fascists have been trained by the French Foreign Legion.

There is a struggle between Russia and the USA-NATO for 'control' of Ukraine.

Ukraine is the second biggest country in Europe.

It is a land of corruption and competing oligarchs.

Russia's Black Sea fleet is based at Sevastopol in the Ukraine.

Some parts of the Ukraine want to maintain links with Russia.

But, one part of the Ukraine was once part of the Austrian Empire and one part of the Ukraine was once ruled by Poland.

When Ukraine was ruled by Russia, millions of Ukrainians died in a famine engineered by Stalin.

Ukraine Famine

However, Nazi collaborators opposing Stalin carried out "some of the worst atrocities committed by any side in World War II."

Currently, the 'opposition' has been protesting against Ukrainian President Yanukovich's refusal to sign a trade agreement with the European Union.

Russia is currently offering Ukraine cheap gas and trade deals.

The protesters "armed with clubs, helmets, and improvised bombs unleashed brutal violence on the police, storming government buildings, beating anyone suspected of pro-government sympathies, and generally wreaking havoc on the streets of Kiev."

Ukraine and the Rebirth of Fascism in Europe - Eric DraitserJanuary 31, 2014

The violent part of the 'opposition' calls itself 'Right Sector' and "they share a common reverence for the so called 'Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists', led by Stepan Bandera, the infamous Nazi collaborators who actively fought against the Soviet Union and engaged in some of the worst atrocities committed by any side in World War II."

More hereUkraine and the Rebirth of Fascism in Europe - Eric DraitserJanuary 31, 2014

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shirlz007 said...

I am adamant some of the far right, paramilitary, Neo Nazi groups, involved in Ukrainian demonstrations have come from The French Foreign Legion.

In late 2010, The Legion was selecting an unusually high number of Eastern European Neo Nazis for final training (Ukraine, Serbia, Croatia... even a few Russians!). The strange thing is they all had previous connections before arriving, they seemed to be their for an agenda and to receive military training, and where orders where given to try and segregate these groups from everyone else.

I would estimate for every '130' lads that go... 12/13 get through for final selection, of these 12/13... 9/10 where these Neo-Nazi paramilitary groups mentioned...

These are scary, scary guys!!! Eastern European, some brought up in war-zones such as Kosovo, built like brick s**t houses, usually history of football violence, and with extremely warped ideologies concerning their home countries and ideas of Neo-Nazism... but they do have a cracking sense of humour! (especially concerning Chuck Norris!)

Anonymous said...

The greater irony here is that so few native Ukranians, let alone denizens of the 'wider world' realize that both Nazi and Bolshie ideologues are foreign to the indigenous spirit of Ukranian nationalism...
as embodied by the 'mysterious' Makhnovist movement of the early C20th - which cleared the greater part of that country of both Red and White scum in a momentous horse-driven guerilla warfare campaign that could only be ultimated defeated when those two prongs of the international moneypower came together temporarily to destroy their common enemy...
the legacy of the Chmielnicki Rebellion has nothing to do with "nazism" and other smokescreens, and everything to do with the forbidden history of people's rebellions against usury capitalism in it's various guises.

sovereigntea said...

The Foreign Legion hypothosis may have some merit. I watched some of the extended "riot" footage on the RT website and concluded that the "rioters" seemed to be arranged in squads being directed by leaders. Notable also were the well designed perimeter defences using sharpened staves and sandbags not disimilar to a pike wall or roman camp defences. The use of catapults too is reminiscent of the foreign terrorists in Syria. John "wetstart" McCain is another common factor. The Ukrainian boxer sponsored by the west as the new glorius leader also appears to have skeletons.

hirundine said...

Regardless of who is protesting? The people of Ukraine, seem to fall between a rock and a hard place? Not much of a choice is it? E.U. or USSR?

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