New Cold War
The enemy of my enemy is my friend
Patriot of Ukraine terrorists at the Azov Batallion
The liberal, pro—European Union protests that first rocked Kiev have taken a darker turn, with right-wing vigilante groups rising to prominence amid violence and police crackdowns.
Far-right agents provocateurs have been infiltrating the Euromaidan protests in Ukraine, and provoking the police and protesters to violence.
Neo-Nazi Oleh Tyahnybok
Two leaders of Ukraine's ultranationalist Svoboda Party have been banned from entering the United States for their open anti-Semitism, a Ukrainian daily reported. Svoboda leaders Oleh Tyahnybok and Igor Miroshnichenko were declared persona non grata in the United States earlier this year, following talks with Jewish leaders including the Simon Wiesenthal Center, according to a report published Wednesday in the Kiev-based Sevodnya daily.
Neo-Nazi Andriy Parubiy
Neo-Nazi Dmytro Yarosh
Colonel General Viktor Muzhenko, Chief of General Staff, and Dmytro Yarosh agreed the format of cooperation between 'Pravy Sektor' and the Ukrainian Armed Forces. ... 'Pravyi Sector' is ready to be subordinated to military leaders in issues related to defense of state from the external enemy.
Business... as usual
US Senator John McCain wines and dines with neo-Nazi Oleh Tyahnybok and others in Kiev
A number of confirmations have come in from readers that Washington is fueling the violent protests in Ukraine with our taxpayer dollars.
US senator John McCain was happy to share a platform with him in Kiev last month. The party, now running the city of Lviv, led a 15,000-strong torchlit march earlier this month in memory of the Ukrainian fascist leader Stepan Bandera, whose forces fought with the Nazis in the second world war and took part in massacres of Jews.
Victoria Nuland with neo-Nazi Oleh Tyahnybok, Vitaly Klitschko and Arseniy Yatseniuk
Victoria Nuland with neo-Nazi Andriy Parubiy
According to the speaker, during his visit to the United States Parubiy will raise the issue of energy security not only in Ukraine, but also in Europe.
Neo-Nazi Andriy Parubiy with Alexander Vershbow of NATO
Germany shuns the right-wing extremist party NPD at home. But even though the Ukrainian nationalist party Svoboda maintains tight links to the NPD, it has received indirect support from Berlin.
The Obama administration has vehemently denied charges that Ukraine's nascent regime is stock full of neo-fascists despite clear evidence suggesting otherwise.
You'd never know from most of the reporting that far-right nationalists and fascists have been at the heart of the protests and attacks on government buildings. One of the three main opposition parties heading the campaign is the hard-right antisemitic Svoboda...
As Ukraine continues its battle against separatists, corruption and a collapsing economy, it has taken a dangerous step that could further tear the country apart: Ukraine's parliament, the Supreme Rada, passed a draft law last month honoring organizations involved in mass ethnic cleansing during World War Two.
This is a horrific, tragic, completely unnecessary war in eastern Ukraine. In my own judgment, we have contributed mightily to this tragedy. I would say that historians one day will look back and say that America has blood on its hands.
Frankly speaking, we are very concerned about any possible ethnic cleansings and Ukraine ending up as a neo-Nazi state. What are we supposed to think if people are bearing swastikas on their sleeves? Or what about the SS emblems that we see on the helmets of some military units now fighting in eastern Ukraine? If it is a civilized state, where are the authorities looking?