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Let's talk about the N word for a moment. No, not the rotten word for a black person, I'm talking about the other dreaded N word, nazi. Over the years in particular the past five or so I'm sure there are alot of my fellow right-leaners on this site who've had conversations (or flat-out arguments) with some of those who'd identify as progressive social justice warriors, and I'm sure that at least some of you at one point have been unjustly labeled a nazi for your political or social views. I sure have, and on multiple occasions at that. For those of you who had experienced such, how does it feel to get totally maligned like that, knowing full well such an allegation was pretty much slanderous? Doesn't feel good now does it, getting labeled like that undeservedly. The "if you disagree with progressive leftwing sjw ideology, then you must be a nazi (or fascist)" argument is for the most part strictly a leftwing arguing point, as those on the right aren't usually as quick to malign someone like while debating others. Knowing that is a far-left talking point, brings me to the reason for this post...

Now, if it's wrong to slander someone like that labeling them a nazi minus any concrete evidence, why would it then be considered any more reasonable to label any and all Ukrainian soldiers as nazis simply based on Ukraine's past history? Wouldn't it stand to reason that alot of Ukrainian citizens including soldiers most likely don't have any ties to nazis, and are just average people like you and me who are just trying to survive? Grant it, I don't doubt the Azov Battalion has a few nazi sympathizers among their ranks, but the overall percentage of nazis in present day Ukraine are relatively low, and there hasn't been enough conclusive evidence to say otherwise. The following article from RedState contributor Jerry Wilson was good, and he made a solid point that associating modern day Ukraine and its President Zelensky with nazism based on said country's past history is beyond absurd.

Wilson: "Embodying this shortcoming are the present cries regarding Ukraine in general, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in particular, being unworthy of support in the Russian-Ukrainian war due to Ukraine somehow being a current bastion of Nazism due to its open support of Germany during World War Two.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t stop there, instead going on into full-fledged rage against Ukraine and Zelensky — each being a disingenuous, duplicitous, and every other -ous dirty cuss. Reference the frothing hysteria that sprung forth when a simple question was asked regarding why Matt Walsh was, and is, so fiercely opposed to Zelensky, he attacks him with vastly more fervor than he demonstrates calling out Russian war atrocities." There is a word to describe such behavior from Walsh and Owens there, in establishing what I refer to as "fringe beliefs or theories", and that word is... opportunist.

Wilson: "Helpful hint: the bad guy is the country that invades another country and deliberately targets its civilians. But I digress; back to language retreat.

A main theme both spoken and unspoken among those on the right more intent on bashing Zelensky and Ukraine than decrying Putin and Russia’s war crimes is Ukrainian support for Germany in the Second World War. While not denying this took place, ignoring historical context renders drive-by opinion snatchers’ hot takes on the matter moot." While it certainly is fine to criticize Ukraine (as no one is without any faults etc), it's beyond just a little bizarre to focus one's criticism on one perceived evil while totally ignoring an even bigger evil and of which presents the more serious threat to the rest of us. Wilson is also right in saying whoever invades another country are generally considered the bad guys.

Wilson: "The word “Nazi” is thrown about so freely by both sides, it is in danger of becoming this year’s RINO. It is a word deserving application to actual 1930s and 1940s Nazis. Even Putin, despite his directed ongoing atrocities against Ukrainian citizens, has yet to reach Holocaust level, not that he hasn’t tried.

Before one entertains the next nutter rant regarding any combination of Ukraine and/or Zelensky, Rothschilds, World Economic Forum, etc., take a moment to instead of reading a bumper sticker, try opening a book. If you are more intent on bashing a country, which despite Owens’ claims didn’t suddenly spring out of the earth a handful of decades ago, and its leader than condemning Putin, while blasting Zelensky and Ukraine by throwing the other N-word around, you’re doing it wrong." He's right on reading a book(s), might be a better idea to do some more of your own research first before putting blind trust in sources like the Duran or Sputnik or SouthFront, all of which are in the business of selling propaganda to people just like CNN and MSN do. And lastly, lay off with the every Ukrainian soldier is a nazi spiel, it's intellectually lazy and quite frankly retarded at that. If I think the radical leftwingers are retarded for calling those who they disagree with nazis as soon as they lose an argument, I certainly won't have any mercy on any rightwingers who use a modified version of the same distorted talking point (you know who you are, I need not have to mention any names). The "you must be a nazi" argument is decidedly a leftwing thing, and those on the right could certainly do better than resorting to such childish statements.

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Have you been to Eastern Europe since the fall of the USSR? And I don't mean visiting the heavily sanitised tourist traps.
Poland, former East Germany, Czech Republic, Hungary, Ukraine and even Russia and a few other countries all had sizeable neo nazi groups and areas. Many soccer clubs had big neo nazi hooligan elements in the form of 'ultras'. Czech republic even had organised fight clubs, many of who were neo nazis. They're there, they've been there for decades, and there's a lot more of them than you think. I've seen them many times in my travels through Europe circa 2010. I was even warned to avoid Ukraine at all costs by relatives that lived or had family there. And they've only been getting bigger since.
Western media has even been reporting on these groups for at least 5years and only since the Russian invasion started they've stopped doing so. But there's plenty of evidence of neo nazis being run by nazis, having a large proportion of its members (if not the bulk) being nazis and running training camps for kids and adults that include nazi indoctrination.
I really don't get your willful denial of the problem there, trying to brush it off as 'just a few', or labelling everyone who points it out as 'Russian propagandists' or 'Putin apologists' - how is that any different than the left smearing everyone they don't agree with as nazis? Is saying fascism is bad make you a communist or vice versa?
Personally I think both sides are bad, one side is slightly worse. It looks pretty clear that you've chosen a side and refuse to accept any info to the contrary. And you would rather only view your sources, that confirm your personal bias rather than listen to a wider range and more neutral set of info (including people who are there to eye witness the events).


Ukraine’s Azov Battalion is doing what Nazis do.

By admin Mar 22, 2022

Ukraine’s Azov Battalion is doing what Nazis do.

SHOCKING Reports Ukrainian Nazi Azov Battalion Setting Up Offensive Positions in Civilian Areas and Using Women and Children as “Human Shields” (VIDEOS)

By Julian Conradson
Published March 20, 2022 at 6:10pm


EXCLUSIVE: FBI Documents Uncovered that Tie Americans to “Neo-Nazi” Azov Battalion in Ukraine
By Joe Hoft
Published March 12, 2022 at 5:15pm




Some current things are more current than others.

Everything you claimed below could easily be debunked by these couple of sources who make their points clearly minus any gaslighting or propaganda-



There are roughly 200,000 enlisted in the Ukrainian Armed Forces, about 900 of which comprise the Azov Battalion, and there is no conclusive evidence that nazism is widespread in that battalion, which means the overall percentage of nazi sympathizers in Ukraine is incredibly low. Paul Joseph Watson is a shill who sold out to propaganda sources in the hopes of building up his own social media accounts with artificially high numbers of votes and subscriptions, because oh well propaganda sells good in this day and age. The sources you linked to are either known far-left sources or Russian Government propaganda outlets (with exception of Watson who is just an opportunist shill), whereas my sources are either right-leaning or OSINT, the latter of which is the most trustworthy as such journalists stand nothing to gain or lose by just reporting on reality as it stands. Personally, I don't believe the propaganda on either side of that war, but I've said this before and I'll say it again... the perceived evils and or crimes of Ukraine do not absolve Russia of its current crimes committed. I have been researching that conflict for years now, and while in the beginning I did believe that nazism was a widespread problem in Ukraine, recent evidence has changed my mind on that, so if anyone shares with me known propaganda or leftwing hit piece sources I will politely ignore such propaganda. I humbly suggest you turn more to more credible right-leaning sources or OSINT and avoid the propaganda sources and Russian Government shills, but of course in the end that be strictly your choice. As for me, I'll continue ignoring the pro-Putin mind control propaganda.

@SpikeTalon I hate to break it to you but RedState is writing fiction since the whole thing begun. I could debunk their own propaganda and just flat out lies, but I've done that before and you either ignored it or missed it so, I'll let you live in your fantasy, clearly you can't wake up a man pretending to be asleep.

@Krunoslav Debunk RedState with what? Sources like Sputnik or SouthFront? There are former Military men who write for RedState, and I'm more inclined to trust their experience than I would opinion hit pieces from the likes of SouthFront or The Duran. I'm too old to believe in a boogeyman (like all Ukrainian soldiers are horrible nazis etc), and also communist-based propaganda. I'll continue listening to OSINT journalists who are actually there on the scene, and you can continue to trust leftwing and Russian Government propaganda sources who are using people like you for their own selfish purposes. Gaslighting efforts against me will always fail.

@SpikeTalon For one think they think of Zelinsky as a legit president and person of power. Even Ukrainian grandmothers know this is not true. How the hell can you buy into that? Don't you know anything about Ukraine? Off course you don't you have been reading RedState.

I posted in this threat more than enough for anything interested to look into it and not dismiss it , but if you think anyone who does not agree with western talking point is propaganda. what the point, you are in a cult surrounded by the empire of lies,

By the way I was curious. So I went to search if RedState wrote anything about Ukraine and Nazis prior to 2022.

Do those protesting the NAZI flag at Sanders’ rally really know what it stood for?
By Joyce Marie Pace | Mar 10, 2020 3:04 AM E

In this photo taken Aug. 19, 2007 soccer fans show a German Nazi flag with a swastika during an Ukrainian League Championship soccer match between Dynamo Kyiv and Karpaty in Kiev, Ukraine.


Here is Reuteres in 2018: Commentary: Ukraine’s neo-Nazi problem

By Josh Cohen, Commentary

As Ukraine’s struggle against Russia and its proxies continues, Kiev must also contend with a growing problem behind the front lines: far-right vigilantes who are willing to use intimidation and even violence to advance their agendas, and who often do so with the tacit approval of law enforcement agencies.


Also you can hear it from Nazis in Ukraine desputing your own RedState lies themselves. I shit you not, they will tell you they are not what west is saying they are, they don't support globalism or gays, but they are anti russian nazis and they will tell you they are powerful and not small force.

One nazi flag at canada protest

Omg everything anti vax is nazi

Literal ukranian nazi battalion

Well its complicated

Back in 2018 Ro Khanna opposed the U.S. meddling in Ukriane and acknowledged that the United States was supporting and funding the Neo-Nazi Azov Battalion. Today when pressed by @MaxBlumenthal he said he supports flooding Ukriane with arms.

"Watch Yevhen Karas the leader of Ukraine's neo-Nazi terror gang C14's speech from Kiev earlier this month. Straight from the horses' mouth, he dispels the many narratives pushed by the left, the mainstream media and the State Department." [Alex Rubinstein, Twitter]

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Also your ideas of Russians killing civilians on purpose, well here is civilians in Ukraine saying its the other way around. They must be russian bots too, right?

Patrick Lancaster - Asking Mariupol Residents About Russian Attacks On Civilian areas

@SpikeTalon By the way, I was curious.

Salem Media Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: SALM; formerly Salem Communications Corporation) is an American radio broadcaster, Internet content provider, and magazine and book publisher formerly based in Camarillo, California (moved most operations to Irving, Texas in early 2021)

Additionally, Salem owns conservative websites, RedState, Hot Air, and PJ Media, as well as Twitter aggregator Twitchy.

I have been following all of these websites since before the war started in Ukraine and after it, and they have clear agenda between them as no doubt dictated by the people in Salem Media Group, Inc., RedState, Hot Air, PJ Media and Twitchy all write essentially the same things in slightly differnt ways. They are all pro Trump, anti Biden and anti abortion etc. But also anti Putin and Pro Ukraine. Whatever that means.

Why? Who in Salem Media Group, Inc. gains and profits from this agenda. They clearly are not covering the actual events and situation in Ukraine, they are following the narrative, like Fox or CNN does. There is the obvious motivation in specialized niche market of conservative christian audience who live in that echo-chamber. I've read comments of the articles about Ukraine, and its nauseating the level of ignorance from the commentary is beyond redicelous. Nobody questions the information or offers another perspective, its all echochamber.

So what is the angle. Who in the Salem Media Group, Inc. owns shares of what? Obvious its a publicly traded company with a niche audience, so they will cater to that audience with narrative that the audience will agree with and donate and bring traffic. Since their narrative about Ukraine started, their stocks went up after few bad months. Interesting.

Salem Media Inc executives and stock owners

Salem Media Inc executives and other stock owners filed with the SEC include:

Edward Atsinger, Chief Executive Officer, Director
David Santrella, President - Broadcast Media
David Evans, President - New Media
Evan Masyr, Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
Christopher Henderson, Executive Vice President of Legal and Human Resources, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary
Eric Halvorson, Independent Director
Alyssa Cordova, Vice President, Senior Director of Marketing and Publicity at Regnery Publishing
Stuart Epperson, Chairman of the Board
Richard Riddle, Independent Director
Heather Grizzle, Independent Director
Jonathan Venverloh, Director
James Keet Lewis, Director
Roland S Hinz, Director
David Davenport, Director
Jim Cumbee, President Non-Broadcast Media
Judge Paul Pressler, Director
Timothy J Malievsky, Vice President, Operations
Kenneth Gaines, Vice President, Operations
Donald P Hodel, Director
Russell Hauth, Senior Vice President
Eileen Hill, V.P., Finance & Accounting
Francis W. Wright, President & COO
Dennis M Weinberg, Director
Greg Anderson, President Salem Radio Network
Stuart W. Jr. Epperson, Director
Edward C. Atsinger, Director
Joe D Davis, Executive Vice President
Jonathan L Block, Vice President and Secretary

Obviously they want to stocks of the company to go up so they benefit. But they could also be individually owning stocks in other companies, arm dealing companies, perhaps, or metals. We have seen this is a common thing in America.

So how can you trust this to be your source of information? It is not journalism company. Its a media company with specialized narrative driven content. If that is your main source of world view, you are not going to have a clue what is going on in Ukraine. And you are also likely to act the way you do. Dismissing everything else that does not fit the narrative as propaganda. lol

Quite pathetic, if I'm honest. There are people truly dying and you are supporting the bad guys because you cannot accept any other narrative , even if its true one.


Ukraine II, Majdan (Майдан)

The truth that goes under. The pictures tell of what Ukrainian Nazis do with the Russians and leftist in Ukraine. Even foreign Nazis belonging to the dreaded Azov Battalion (SS), which now stands at Mariupol in the Ukraine. My understanding is that the USA's propaganda machine supports these and want to Putin. But the truth is a little different. The pictures do not lie. Ukrainian Nazis is equal to IS. Those people, civilians are trapped and burned alive to death.


Everyone knows US did a regime change in Ukraine in 2014 and let these Nazis who were a minority lose on the civilians, and you can ask people in Odessa how they burned people alive who dared to protest. You can also ask about the snipers too.

We can get a rough idea of the US political elites’ involvement in the military biological activity in Ukraine if we rely on open sources as well as leaked documents. Below is an attempt to reconstruct the chronology of this involvement, though not a comprehensive one. There are many gaps in this truly diabolical plan that are still to be filled.

‼️1991 – the US launches the Nunn-Lugar programme for the former Soviet countries to control/eliminate Soviet weapons of mass destruction including bioweapons. The Pentagon's Defence Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) was named as the programme’s main executor.

‼️1993 – the Ukraine-US Agreement on the Prevention of Proliferation of WMD is signed.

‼️2005 – an additional protocol is signed to the agreement between the Ukrainian Health Ministry and the DTRA on the prevention of the proliferation of technologies, pathogens and know-how that can be used to develop bioweapons. This is the start of the transfer of the Ukrainian military biological potential into US specialists' hands.

‼️2000s – large US military-industrial companies are engaged in military biological activity in Ukraine.

‼️2005-2014 – Black & Veatch Special Projects, a DTRA contractor, builds and upgrades 8 biolabs in Ukraine instead of eliminating military biological infrastructure, as was originally claimed. One of the facilities, a biolab in Odessa, has been financed since 2011 for the study of “pathogens that can be used in bioterrorism attacks.”

‼️2007 – US DoD employee Nathan Wolfe founded Global Viral Forecasting Institute (subsequently - Global Viral), a biomedical company. The mission stated in the charter is non-commercial study of transborder infections, including in China.

‼️2009 – Rosemont Seneca Partners is established by former US Secretary of State John Kerry’ stepson Christopher Heinz and incumbent US President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden.

‼️2014 – anti-constitutional coup d’etat in Ukraine.

‼️2014 – Hunter Biden joins the Board of Directors of Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian energy company.

‼️2014 – Metabiota, a private commercial organisation specialising in the study of pandemic risks is detached from Global Viral. Neil Callahan and John DeLoche, employees of Hunter Biden’s company Rosemont Seneca Partners are appointed to the board of Metabiota. Global Viral and Metabiota begin to get funding from the US Department of Defence.

‼️2014 - Metabiota shows interest in Ukraine and invites Hunter Biden to "assert Ukraine's cultural & economic independence from Russia".

‼️2014 - Metabiota and Burisma Holdings begin cooperation on an unnamed "science project in Ukraine".

‼️2014 - Metabiota, Global Viral and Black & Veatch Special Projects begin full-fledged cooperation within the US DoD programmes.

‼️2014-2016 - Implementation of Metabiota and US DoD contracts, including a $300,000 project in Ukraine.

‼️2016 – US citizen Ulana Nadia Suprun, a descendant of Ukrainian Nazis, is appointed Acting Health Minister of Ukraine. The US DoD and Ukraine’s Health Ministry cooperation programme is greatly expanded.

‼️2016 – an outbreak of swine flu among Ukrainian Defence Ministry personnel guarding a biolab in Kharkov, Ukraine; 20 dead.

‼️2016 – former US Assistant Secretary for Defence Andrew Weber is appointed head of Metabiota’s global partnerships department.

‼️2016 – EcoHealth Alliance, a Global Viral founder Nathan Wolfe’s structure, is engaged in the study of bat-transmitted coronaviruses at the Wuhan laboratory, China.

‼️2016 – the DTRA and Ukraine’s Health Ministry extend the contract after getting approval from the Ukrainian Defence Ministry.

‼️2019 – the COVID-19 mutated bat coronavirus pandemic begins with an outbreak in Wuhan.

‼️February 24, 2022 – launch of the Russian Operation Z in Ukraine.
‼️February 24-25, 2022 – rapid elimination of strains in biolabs in Ukraine.

‼️March 8, 2022 – US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland openly acknowledges the existence of US funded bioresearch centres.


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Feb2014 - Maidan Coup d'état

4Mar14 - Kerry offers Ukraine $1B

Mar14 - Biden gets Ukraine portfolio

16Apr14 - D. Archer (Hunter’s biz partner w/Kerry’s stepson, Kerry’s top ‘04 fundraiser) visits Joe in White House

21Apr14 - Joe visits Ukraine

22Apr14 - Archer gets Burisma deal

May14 - Hunter gets Burisma deal


May 2015 -- Beau Biden dies of cancer complications

Oct 2015 -- Hunter and first-wife Kathleen agree to separate

Aug 2016 -- Hunter starts dating his sister-in-law Hallie

Apr 2017 -- Hunter finalizes divorce with Kathleen

Aug 2018 -- Hunter/Lunden's child is born


April 12 -- Hunter drops off his 3 Macbooks for repairs

April 18 -- Mueller report released

April 21 -- Zelensky wins Ukraine election

April 25 -- Joe Biden officially announces candidacy
-- Hunter resigns from Burisma Board of Directors

April 30 -- Hunter breaks up with his sister-in-law Hallie

May 16 -- Hunter marries Melissa Cohen in "Secret Wedding"

May 28 -- Lunden sues Hunter for child support

July 3-19 -- Kathleen repeatedly tries to serve Hunter with lawsuit for his violating terms of their divorce

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Hunter Biden funded biowarfare research of US labs in Ukraine

The company linked to bioweapon gain-of-function research in Ukraine and pandemic insurance was also funded by none other than Hunter Biden. Information contained on his abandoned laptop has turned out to be reliable.

Published: March 26, 2022, 9:32 am


Ukrainian bio-laboratory operator Metabiota is affiliated with the Eco Health Alliance, the World Economic Forum and Jeffrey Epstein

It was recently revealed that Metabiota is in charge of managing biological weapons laboratories run by the Pentagon in Ukraine, Africa and elsewhere. We now know that Metabiota founder Nathan Wolfe is also linked to the infamous Eco Health Alliance, as well as the Global Virome Project (GVP), the World Economic Forum, and pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

Global Virome Project -

May 1, 2020 - Preparing for the Next Pandemic · Strengthen our global ability to monitor, respond and prevent viral spillover from animals

Our expertise lies in:

  • A wealth of knowledge from a team of world-leading policy and decision makers, thought leaders, subject matter experts, researchers, and representatives from international organizations (including those involved with human, animal, and environmental health), and academia.

  • Experience leading high profile multi-million-dollar global emerging infectious disease programs funded by partners including Donors, Aid agencies, Governments, National Research Institutions etc.

  • Managing partner investment and optimizing return on investment. This includes conducting analysis of current context, outlining a long-term strategy, prioritizing goals and objectives accordingly.

GVP turned out to be a sister “non-profit” group of Metabiota, and is also funded by a number of branches of the Ministry of Defense (DoD). It is also funded by Rosemont Seneca Hunter Biden and venture capital firm In-Q-Tel Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and "this is just a 'scratch on the surface' of those supporting bio-laboratories in Ukraine," the Daily Exposé reported.

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Metabiota: []

Our mission: Making the world more resilient to epidemics.

Epidemics threaten lives and livelihoods around the world. We provide data, analytics, advice, and training to prepare for global health threats and mitigate their impacts.

Metabiota on the World Economic Forum page: []

Metabiota harnesses data science, provides analytical tools, and delivers hands-on support, helping governments and businesses around the world mitigate and transfer the health and economic risks posed by infectious disease. The company is widely recognized in the public and private sectors, having helped to push the boundaries of insuring catastrophic risks, preparing for infectious disease threats, and catalysing public-private partnerships to protect global health security.

Metabiota’s current leading investor is Pilot Growth Management, co-founded by Neil Callahan, its current CEO. Callahan also sits on the board of advisors at Metabiota, as the co-founder has previously served as executive director at Rosemont Seneca Technology Partners (RSTP).

Callahan’s name appears many times on Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop, which makes sense because RosemontSenecaPartners and RosemontRealty are both offshoots of RosemontCapital, an investment fund founded in 2009 by Hunter Biden and Christopher Heinz, John Kerry’s stepson.

Metabiota was a subcontractor for Black & Weach, which signed contracts for the construction and operation of bio-laboratories in Ukraine, Georgia and elsewhere. Google was also involved, getting involved with at least a million dollars.

All the evil players seem to be connected to this thing

Wolfe is a young world leader of the World Economic Forum (WEF), it turned out (as was Ivanka Trump). In 2021, the WEF awarded Metabiota as the "Originator in Technology".

He also sat on the editorial board of the Eco Health Alliance, as well as on the Defense Research Council's (DSRC) Council for Advanced Research Projects (DARPA).

Wolfe has received more than $ 20 million in funding from, The Skoll Foundation, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the National Science Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the National Geographic Society, Merck Research Laboratories and various branches of the Department of Defense.

Two key partners in the USAID PREDICT project, which involved creating an early warning system for new and emerging diseases in 21 countries, including coronaviruses that spread bats, were none other than Eco Health and Metabiota, and Wolfe was one of co-author of the project.

With Peter Daszak, Wolfe has put together what will become a study on bat coronaviruses published in 2017 just at the time Donald Trump became president.

“PREDICT was the forerunner of a more ambitious Global Virome project,” Exposé reported, adding that GVP is one of the founders of the Trinity Challenge, launched in collaboration with Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus of the World Health Organization (WHO).

“Although Wolfe was one of the initiators of GVP 2018, it is not shown on their website as directly involved,” Exposé further revealed. “However, Edward Rubin, Chief Scientific Officer of Metabiota, is a member of the GVP board. Rubin was the one who attended the Rockefeller Foundation forum with Daszak in 2016 to discuss GVP. ”

The news added: “In an interesting twitter thread, linking Wolfe and Metabiota to Eco Health, DARPA, the Wuhan Institute of Virology and the World Economic Forum, Hash Tigre shared a picture of a page from a book Wolfe wrote in 2012 entitled‘ Viral Storm ’ : Dawn of a New Age of Pandemic ', where he thanked friends including the late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and biotech risk capitalist Boris Nikolic. "

Nikolic was named "reserve executor" after Epstein's will, and Wolfe was spotted in photos hanging out with Ghislaine Maxwell.

"It's always nice to see the name of Metabiota, a CIA-funded Epstein / Maxwell collaborator Nathan Wolfe, as the first name in an article on dangerous virus tactics / research in China," HashTigre wrote on Twitter.



Australian National Review: Exclusive: FBI Documents Uncovered That Tie Americans to “Neo-Nazi” Azov Battalion in Ukraine

Exclusive: FBI Documents Uncovered That Tie Americans to “Neo-Nazi” Azov Battalion in Ukraine

By Joe Hoft

FBI documents back up Putin’s claims that the Azov Battalion in Ukraine is indeed a Neo-Nazi group.

Putin claimed one of the reasons that Russia invaded Ukraine was to eliminate the Nazis in that country. Many in the media wondered what he was talking about. We identified the Azov battalion some time ago and even reported that some elements of that group showed up on Jan 6 at the Capitol. This group was shown on American TV and the announcers had no idea who they were, claiming these guys were getting ready for the Russian invasion.

We also recently reported that the Azov Battalion is a Nazi group in Ukraine. We acknowledged that many Americans had never heard of the Azov Battalion but it was indeed a group in Ukraine. Let’s also acknowledge that the Nazis and the Russians hated each other in World War II.

We have uncovered more information connecting the Azov Battalion to Neo-Nazis. In an FBI criminal complaint in October 2018, the FBI accused four men in Los Angeles of being neo-nazis. These men were accused of essentially being behind riots in the US.

(Note that the current FBI will never do the same for Antifa or BLM members even though they killed people and caused billions of damage in 2020.)

In the filing (page 8) the FBI notes that RAM members (the group the accused were associated with) the FBI labels the Azoz Battalion, who these guys met with, as Neo-Nazis.

On August 1, 2018, an Instagram user “tagged” Right Brand Clothing’s account in a post containing a photograph of RAM members during their trip to Germany, Ukraine, and Italy meeting with Olena Semenyaka, the leader of the International Department for the National Corps, which is a political party in the Ukraine that was founded in 2016 out of a regiment of the Ukranian military called the Azov Battalion. Based on my training and experience, I know that the Azov Battalion is a paramilitary unit of the Ukranian National Guard which is known for its association with neo-Nazi ideology and use of Nazi symbolism, and which is believed to have participated in training and radicalizing United States-based white supremacy organizations.

We noted that 2 of the RAM members were at Charlottesville. One member got into an altercation with a woman who looks to be from Antifa.

We also know that at least one of those identified by the FBI was in Ukraine and was filmed with one member of the Neo-Nazi group in Ukraine, a woman called Olena Semenayaka.

What is the deal with Biden’s Department of Justice, that it will identify Ukrainian Neo-Nazis but ignores them on Jan 6? Why does it target Americans connected to these groups, many of who are set up, but ignores many of the criminals in Antifa and BLM who terrorized this country in 2020?


Should I also post Nazis in Ukraine torturing people, crussifying people and posting it on social media, or how about civilians and military testimonials?


Ukraine and its Nazis

Russian President Putin said his troops will fight the Nazis in Ukraine. Putin said, “Its goal is to protect people who have been subjected to bullying and genocide … for the last eight years. And for this, we will strive for the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine.” Many western TV reporters scoffed at the idea as nonsense. After all, how could a Jewish President of Ukraine, Volodymr Zelenskiyy, allow Nazis to support the government?

Published: February 27, 2022, 4:22 pm

Ever since 2015, the CIA has been running a training camp for Nazis in Ukraine, to act as a military deterrent to Russia. The US Congress passed a bill to fund the program which is connected to the Pentagon.

Remember that it was the CIA program in Afghanistan that funded Osama bin Laden, and others following Radical Islam, to fight the Russians. That group became Al Qaeda and attacked NYC on 9/11, which in turn created the US war on Afghanistan and Iraq.

The CIA program ‘Timber Sycamore’ trained and funded Radical Islamic terrorists, that Washington called “Freedom Fighters”, in Syria until 2017 when President Trump cut the program off.

The Nazi party of Hitler’s Germany in WW2 was anti-Semitic. But, the political ideology was fascist. The Neo-Nazi groups in Ukraine are fascists, white supremacists, and Anti-Russian. This allows the Ukrainian Nazis to partner with the Jewish President who is fighting Russia.

When the pro-Russian President of Ukraine was ousted, it was Nazis who fought to create a new Ukraine, devoid of Russian influence. One of the first directives of the new Ukraine was to discharge all soldiers in the Ukrainian Army who was ethnically Russian. Suddenly, ethnic Russians in Ukraine were targeted as the enemy. Only the ‘pure’ Ukrainians deserved peace and prosperity in Ukraine. Those residents living in the far Eastern regions on the border with Russia, who were ethnically Russian and spoke Russian, were targeted by the Nazi groups. Fighting broke out in a civil war, as the Russian speakers fought to defend themselves and their homes. This almost constant fighting in the Donbas region is the root cause of the current conflict between Ukraine and Russia. Had the central government of Ukraine solved the issue of the Donbas before, and ordered the removal of the various Nazi militias from the area, the current conflict might have been avoided.

There is a second cause of the conflict which is the refusal of Ukraine and its US-NATO partners to consider the national security issues facing Russia after the NATO build-up in Eastern Europe brought NATO and its missiles pointing at Moscow literally on the border of Russia.

“Ukraine really does have a far-right problem, and it’s not a fiction of Kremlin propaganda. And it’s well past time to talk about it,” explained journalist and expert on the Ukrainian far-right, Michael Colborne, who wrote a book on the Azov movement. The Azov Regiment dates back to early 2014 and is now an official unit of the Ukrainian National Guard, and its political wing the National Corps political party participated in the vote in the parliamentary elections in 2019. Colborne added, “The Azov movement tries to be a one-stop-shop for all things far-right. There’s also a bevy of loosely affiliated but more extreme subgroups under its umbrella as well, including open neo-Nazis who praise and promote violence.”

Ukraine is home to several nationalist paramilitary groups, such as the Azov movement, and Right Sector, which espouses neo-Nazi ideology. Svoboda is a far-right party that holds a seat in parliament.

At the UN Security Council, Ukrainian Ambassador Sergiy Kyslytsya requested a moment of silence to pray for those killed, while Russian Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia said that the remembrance should include people who have died in eastern Ukraine’s Donbas region, referring to the ethnic Russians that live there and have been under almost constant attack since 2014 from the Nazi paramilitary. Putin has accused the Ukrainians of genocide against the ethnic Russians in the Donbas. 2016 report by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights found that Azov soldiers had raped and tortured civilians during Russia’s 2014 invasion of Ukraine.

In response to the current conflict in Ukraine, Facebook will allow its billions of users to praise the Azov Battalion, which had previously been banned from being freely discussed under the company’s Dangerous Individuals and Organizations policy. The armed militia is known for its hardcore right-wing ultra-nationalism and neo-Nazi ideology. Azov soldiers march and train wearing uniforms bearing icons of the Third Reich, and in 2010, the battalion’s first commander and a former Ukrainian parliamentarian, Andriy Biletsky, stated that Ukraine’s national purpose was to “lead the white races of the world in a final crusade … against Semite-led Untermenschen [subhumans].”

Facebook had categorized the Azov Battalion alongside the Islamic State and the Ku Klux Klan because of their propensity for “serious offline harms” and “violence against civilians.” The Facebook memo provides two examples of posts that would not be allowed under the new policy: “Goebbels, the Fuhrer, and Azov, all are great models for national sacrifices and heroism” and “Well done Azov for protecting Ukraine and its white nationalist heritage.”

European far-right militia leaders have been busy on the internet over the past few days asking for funds, recruiting fighters, and planning for travel to the front lines in Ukraine to fight the Russians. Militia leaders in France, Finland, and Ukraine have urged their supporters to join the fight according to the SITE Intelligence Group, a private organization that specializes in tracking extremist groups.

Rita Katz, the director of SITE, said that numerous far-right white nationalist and neo-Nazi groups throughout Europe and America had shown support for Ukraine, and were seeking to join paramilitary units in battling Russia. She said these fighters wanted combat training and were ideologically driven. French far-right groups were mobilizing as well.

A 2020 report from the West Point US Military Academy’s Combating Terrorism Center said, “US-based individuals have spoken or written about how the training available in Ukraine might assist them and others in their paramilitary-style activities at home.” A 2018 FBI affidavit said that Azov “is believed to have participated in training and radicalizing United States-based white supremacy organizations,” including members of the white supremacist Rise Above Movement, prosecuted for the Charlottesville “Unite the Right” rally.

Washington has been assisting Nazis in Ukraine through Obama, Trump, and Biden administrations because they are seen as a threat to Russia.

In late 2021, only the United States and Ukraine voted against a UN draft resolution “combating glorification of Nazism, neo-Nazism and other practices that contribute to fueling contemporary forms of racism.” Both countries have consistently voted against this resolution every year since 2014, which coincides with the anti-Russian Nazi militias formed in Ukraine, and supported by the US.



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Literal ukranian nazi battalion

Well its complicated

Back in 2018 Ro Khanna opposed the U.S. meddling in Ukriane and acknowledged that the United States was supporting and funding the Neo-Nazi Azov Battalion. Today when pressed by @MaxBlumenthal
he said he supports flooding Ukriane with arms.

"Watch Yevhen Karas the leader of Ukraine's neo-Nazi terror gang C14's speech from Kiev earlier this month. Straight from the horses' mouth, he dispels the many narratives pushed by the left, the mainstream media and the State Department." [Alex Rubinstein, Twitter]

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The CIA May Be Breeding Nazi Terror in Ukraine

The CIA has been secretly training anti-Russian groups in Ukraine since 2015. Everything we know points to the likelihood that includes neo-Nazis inspiring far-right terrorists across the world.

Members of the neo-Nazi Azov Regiment take part in a march to mark the anniversary of the founding of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army in Kyiv in 2020. (STR/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

The US government has a well-documented history of backing extremist groups as part of a panoply of foreign policy misadventures, which inevitably end up blowing up in the American public’s face. In the 1960s, the CIA worked with Cuban anti–Fidel Castro radicals who turned Miami into a hub of terrorist violence. In the 1980s, the agency supported and encouraged Islamic radicals converging in Afghanistan, who would go on to orchestrate the September 11 attack. And, in the 2010s, Washington backed Syria’s not-so-“moderate” rebels who ended up cutting a swath of atrocities through civilians and the Kurdish forces that were meant to be US allies.

Based on a new report, it looks like we may soon be able to add another to that list of fatally unlearned lessons: Ukrainian neo-Nazis.

According to a recent Yahoo! News report, since 2015, the CIA has been secretly training forces in Ukraine to serve as “insurgent leaders,” in the words of one former intelligence official, in case Russia ends up invading the country. Current officials are claiming the training is purely for intelligence collection, but the former officials Yahoo! spoke to said the program involved training in firearms, “cover and move,” and camouflage, among other things.

Given the facts, there’s a good chance that the CIA is training actual, literal Nazis as part of this effort. The year the program started, 2015, also happened to be the same year that Congress passed a spending bill that featured hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of economic and military support for Ukraine, one that was expressly modified to allow that support to flow to the country’s resident neo-Nazi militia, the Azov Regiment. According to the Nation at the time, the text of the bill passed in the middle of that year featured an amendment explicitly barring “arms, training, and other assistance” to Azov, but the House committee in charge of the bill was pressured by the Pentagon months later to remove the language, falsely telling them it was redundant.

Despite sometimes open acknowledgement of its Nazism — its former commander once said the “historic mission” of Ukraine is to “lead the White Races of the world in a final crusade for their survival” in “a crusade against the Semite-led Untermenschen” — Azov was incorporated into the country’s National Guard in 2014, owing to its effectiveness in fighting Russian separatists. US arms have flowed to the militia, NATO and US military officials have been pictured meeting with them, and members of the militia have talked about their work with US trainers and the lack of background screening to weed out white supremacists.

Given all this, it would be more of a surprise that the neo-Nazis of Azov haven’t been trained in the CIA’s clandestine make-an-insurgency program. And we’re already seeing the early signs of blowback.

“A number of prominent individuals among far-right extremist groups in the United States and Europe have actively sought out relationships with representatives of the far-right in Ukraine, specifically the National Corps and its associated militia, the Azov Regiment,” states a 2020 report from the West Point US Military Academy’s Combating Terrorism Center. “US-based individuals have spoken or written about how the training available in Ukraine might assist them and others in their paramilitary-style activities at home.”
A 2018 FBI affidavit asserted that Azov “is believed to have participated in training and radicalizing United States–based white supremacy organizations,” including members of the white supremacist Rise Above Movement, prosecuted for planned assaults on counterprotesters at far-right events, including the Charlottesville “Unite the Right” rally that Joe Biden later co-opted as a rationale for his presidential campaign. While it seems the perpetrator of the Christchurch mosque massacre didn’t travel to Ukraine as he claimed, he clearly took inspiration from the far-right movement there, and wore a symbol used by Azov members while carrying out the attack.

Since taking office, Biden has launched an incipient domestic “war on terror” on the basis of combating far-right extremism, even though the strategy is quietly aiming to target left-wing protesters and activists, something it has already done. Yet at the same time, three separate administrations, Biden’s included, have been providing training, weapons, and equipment to the very far-right movement that’s inspiring and even training those same white supremacists.

Destroying the Village to Save It

Adding to the absurdity here is that the reason Washington has been giving Ukrainian Nazis its assistance is so they can serve as a bulwark against Russia, which war hawks liken, as they always do, to Adolph Hitler’s regime and its expansion through Europe in the 1930s. While Vladimir Putin’s Russia may be a malevolent actor on a number of fronts, Putin’s recent incursions into neighboring states like Ukraine are driven largely by the expansion of the NATO military alliance up to his borders and the security implications that come with it.

In other words, to stop what US hawks classify as the next Hitler and Nazi Germany, Washington has been backing literal neo-Nazi militias in Ukraine, who are in turn communicating with and training homegrown white supremacists, which Washington in turn is ramping up a menacing repressive bureaucracy at home to counter. It’s what some have called the “self-licking ice cream cone” in action — the US national security establishment creating the very threats that justify itself. Instead of defusing the tensions by simply agreeing to long-standing Russian demands to set a hard limit on NATO’s eastward expansion, Washington has apparently decided that unlimited planetary military dominion is so important that it would rather just get into bed with actual fascists.

The US alliance with Nazi-infected Ukraine has already proven awkward for a president who is both trying to strike a contrast with his far-right predecessor and establish the United States as the leader of a global effort to strengthen democracy. Late last year, in a vote that went completely unreported in the press, the United States was one of just two countries (the other being Ukraine) to vote against a UN draft resolution “combating glorification of Nazism, neo-Nazism and other practices that contribute to fueling contemporary forms of racism.” Both countries have consistently voted against this resolution every single year since 2014.

The Biden administration deployed a nearly identical, boilerplate explanation for its no vote that Donald Trump had used, citing the constitutional right to free speech even for those with repugnant views. But this concern is hard to square with the text, which simply expresses concern about public memorials, demonstrations, and rehabilitation of the Nazis, condemns Holocaust denial and hate violence, and calls on governments to eliminate racism through education and addressing far-right terrorist threats — all roughly the same as Biden’s own rhetoric and policies.

Washington’s real concern here lies in its description of the resolution as “thinly veiled attempts to legitimize Russian disinformation campaigns denigrating neighboring nations” — meaning Ukraine. But Ukraine’s connections to modern Nazism are far from Russian fake news, and are in fact extensive and well-documented: from Azov’s official incorporation into the ranks of Ukrainian law enforcement and government officials with far-right ties to state-sponsored tributes to Nazi collaborators and promotion of Holocaust denial.

It’s no small irony that the US president, elected in large part to halt the perceived march of fascism at home, is continuing long-standing US support for literal Nazis in what might well be the nexus of international fascism. And if these Ukrainian Nazis really are among the insurgents being trained by the CIA, it will be no small tragedy if they one day take the same career trajectory as Osama bin Laden.



The Fog of Information War in Ukraine
By Pedro L. Gonzalez | March 15, 2022

The Western intelligence apparatus won the information war in Ukraine before a shot was fired. Even new publications like the Kyiv Independent have received support from NGOs that do in public what the CIA used to do in private. My story in @HumanEvents +

The Western intelligence apparatus has been busy in Ukraine. With financing and collaboration through various non-governmental organizations, it won the information war with the help of Ukrainian media before Russia ever fired a shot in February. Even the country’s newest publications, like the Kyiv Independent, have received support and funding from institutions associated with the Central Intelligence Agency.

In most cases, these outlets have propagandized to the beat of the West’s war drums rather than inform the public.

Since the Independent launched last November, it has amassed nearly two million Twitter followers and become a main artery of information in the war. Far from being objective, its writers tend to snap at those who contradict their narratives. Illia Ponomarenko, the Independent’s defense reporter, even declared himself “brothers in arms” with Azov Battalion, a unit known for committing war crimes against civilians in eastern Ukraine. According to journalist Michael Tracey, Ponomarenko amassed almost a million followers in less than two weeks.

That kind of growth is hard and impressive. But the Independent also has some special connections.

The publication has a growing subscriber base today, but according to the Committee to Protect Journalists, it was created with an “emergency grant from the European Endowment for Democracy,” a spinoff of the National Endowment for Democracy. What is the NED? On the surface, it’s an NGO that promotes civil society worldwide by, among other things, sponsoring and providing training for journalists and activists directly or indirectly. The reality, however, is different.

Here’s ProPublica’s characterization: “The National Endowment for Democracy was established by Congress, in effect, to take over the CIA’s covert propaganda efforts. But, unlike the CIA, the NED promotes U.S. policy and interests openly.” The NED’s co-founder, Allen Weinstein, admitted as much. “A lot of what we do today was done covertly 25 years ago by the CIA,” he said in an interview with the Washington Post entitled, “Innocence Abroad: The New World of Spyless Coups.”

“The biggest difference is that when such activities are done overtly, the flap potential [i.e., embarrass or embroil the CIA in controversy] is close to zero,” Weinstein said. Recall that in 1967, Ramparts magazine humiliated the agency by exposing that it had turned the National Student Association’s international activities into “an arm of United States foreign policy” through undercover financing and secret collaboration. Now, “Openness is its own protection,” as Weinstein put it.

Put simply, the NED uses democracy movements to bring foreign governments into harmony with Washington’s interests. How that looks in practice takes different forms, including regime change. But a constant is formulating and managing narratives, which is why the NED has long funded media and activist groups. A recent report published by Declassified UK noted that the NED paid out more than $3 million between 2016 and 2021 to outlets like Bellingcat and the Thomson Reuters Foundation. Echoing Weinstein, a former CIA officer told Declassified that the NED is a “vehicle” for U.S. government “propaganda.”

The EED’s Facebook page refers to the Independent as a “partner,” and shows a close relationship with the NED.

In September 2021, a profile of the Independent’s chief editor, Olga Rudenko, appeared in ProMarket, a publication of the Stigler Center at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Rudenko was visiting the school for a journalism development program. According to ProMarket, she is also a board member at the Media Development Foundation, an NGO that has received at least $225,140 from the NED. You won’t find that without a digital archive because the NED’s records of funding projects in Ukraine was either moved or deleted recently. The archived page shows that from 2014 to the present, the NED has granted $22,394,281 through 334 awards to Ukraine. However, since the change, the NED only allows users to search back to 2017.

The MDF’s Facebook page features several posts referencing partnerships, exchange programs, and training affiliated with the NED that often conclude with an appreciative variation of: “to our partners National Endowment for Democracy, without them there would be nothing.” One post reads: “There is a donor National Endowment for Democracy who is very invested in the development of Ukrainian media.” Indeed, the MDF’s mission statement on the NED’s archived page also notes that it “will maintain and expand the website,” another key source of propaganda in the Ukraine-Russia war.

According to its LinkedIn page, the MDF was founded in 2013. That was the same year that a Western-backed coup in Ukraine got underway and when the EED launched. The NED and the EED have worked in tandem toward the same liberal internationalist vision ever since. Understanding their role in Ukraine’s political affairs and the media’s complicity helps explain how we got to the current crisis.

Modeled after the NED, the EED’s establishment was initially proposed in 2011 by Radosław Sikorski, a Polish journalist and a Member of the European Parliament. Speaking to donors that year, he said the “foundation would help develop democratic processes in the whole EU neighborhood—in Belarus, Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Russia.” The Arab Spring has just been nurtured by an array of institutes financed through the NED.

Sikorski is also the husband of Anne Applebaum, a Polish-American staff writer for The Atlantic who sits on the NED’s board of directors. The EED’s Polish connection isn’t an accident. While serving as director of the CIA, James L. Pavitt declared, “Poland is the 51st state,” a former CIA official told the New York Times. “Americans have no idea.”

On paper, a sovereign Poland led the charge to create the EED and it is bankrolled by the European Commission. But that arguably just provides a layer of plausible deniability for its friends in D.C. It’s not hard to connect “the Blob” to the NED and the EED through characters like Victoria Nuland, who currently serves as President Joe Biden’s Under Secretary for Political Affairs.

A board member of the NED until last year, Nuland is married to Robert Kagan, a leading advocate of liberal interventionism. From 2018 to 2019, she served as CEO of the Center for a New American Security, a conflict of interest disguised as a think tank that has received funding from every major defense contractor, Wall Street’s biggest banks, and several foreign governments. Her career also spans several presidential administrations.

She was a staffer under President Bill Clinton from 1993 to 1996. Between 2003 to 2005, Nuland played an influential role during the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq as a key advisor to Vice President Dick Cheney. She acted as U.S. ambassador to NATO in Brussels from 2005 to 2008 and helped exacerbate tensions between Georgia and Russia.

Nuland is most notorious for her part in Ukraine’s 2013-2014 “Maidan Uprising,” a coup that saw the country’s government replaced with one approved by the Obama administration. The NED was key in that $5 billion effort to flip Ukraine.

Carl Gershman, who served as the NED’s president from its founding in 1984 until 2021, called Ukraine “the biggest prize” in September 2013 in the Washington Post. Jerzy Pomianowski, the EED’s first executive director and a former state secretary in Poland’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, was just as candid as Gershman and Weinstein. Asked if the EED had a right to meddle in the affairs of foreign countries, Pomianowski said during an interview with Die Welt in January 2013, “we may not have the formal right to act everywhere. But we can.”

The EED became operational in the summer of 2013, just before the protests to oust Ukraine’s democratically elected—but insufficiently compliant—government began with the help of the U.S. State Department, where Nuland was Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs. Nuland’s role in the regime change has led to her being called “the architect of American influence in Ukraine.”

But Nuland’s coup wouldn’t have been possible without the help of Ukrainian politician Oleh Tyahnybok and the Right Sector, which emerged as a confederation of paramilitary groups during the protests in November 2013. Its leader, Dmytro Yarosh, served as an aide to Ukrainian diplomat and politician Valentyn Nalyvaichenko. From late 2006 until early 2010, and from 2014 to 2015, Nalyvaichenko headed the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU), essentially the Ukrainian KGB successor.

Nuland referred to Tyahnybok in a leaked phone call as one of the “big three” opposition leaders on the outside who could help set up a new government approved by the Obama administration, led by Arseniy Yatsenyuk, on the inside. A separate but related exchange between EU Foreign Minister Catherine Ashton and Estonia’s Foreign Minister Urmas Paet further connected Tyahnybok and Nuland.

The two were involved in an inquiry to determine who was responsible for the violence during the protests. Police and civilians had been killed by sniper fire, and Ashton assumed it was then-President Viktor Yanukovych who was largely to blame. However, Paet’s intelligence suggested “that behind the snipers, it was not Yanukovych, but it was somebody from the new coalition.” In other words, an outside group had orchestrated the shootings on both sides to sow chaos.

The shootings were central to the protests because the victims’ deaths were propagandized by the media as evidence of Yanukovych’s tyranny. In their honor, a national memorial and an order of Ukraine were created. But not everything was as it seemed.

Right Sector militants were blamed for fanning the flames of violence. Some alleged that these groups were supported by the West. “Snipers were also trained in Poland” as “a favor to Washington,” said Polish politician Janusz Korwin-Mikke in an interview with Wirtualna Polska. When asked for evidence, he replied: “I am sitting in the European Parliament next to Mr. Urmas Paet, the Estonian Foreign Minister, who admitted in an interview with Baroness Catherine Ashton of Upholland that it was our people who shot on the Maidan.

“The democratic activists who participated in this coup were trained in Poland and this is no secret,” said Tomasz Sommer, now a non-resident research fellow with the Kosciuszko Chair of Polish Studies at the Institute of World Politics. Oleksandr Yakymenko, the head of the SBU at the time of the coup, also implicated Warsaw, claiming in an interview on Rossiya 24 television that “all orders were issued either from the Embassy of the United States or from the Embassy of the European Union.” The Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs denied all allegations.

Yakymenko also claimed that Nalyvaichenko, Yarosh’s old boss and friend, had collaborated with U.S. intelligence while running the SBU. “CIA officials worked in the Ukrainian Security Service under Nalyvaichenko. The personal files of SBU officials were provided to them,” Yakymenko said. Notably, Nalyvaichenko, who replaced Yakymenko as head of the SBU after the coup, did not deny the possibility of the West backing the protests and said that the U.S. had an interest in exacerbating the situation in Ukraine.

In the end, Ashton and Paet did not pursue the inquiry further. But Estonia’s Foreign Ministry confirmed the call’s authenticity after it was leaked and sparked a scandal. Today, Yarosh is the primary commander of the Ukrainian Volunteer Army.

On Jan. 9, 2013, in the months leading up to the coup Nuland and the NED helped instigate, Ashton announced, as co-chair of the EED’s board of governors, that the “new initiative, largely inspired by the US-funded National Endowment for Democracy,” was beginning to take shape. EURACTIV, a media network focused on EU policies, noted that Ukraine’s leaders viewed the EED at the time with hostility because, they said, it “provokes unrest” and “weakens” the country. Nevertheless, Ashton declared in Brussels that the “Endowment comes at a very timely moment, as 2013 will be a crucial year for democratic transitions, in particular in the EU’s neighbourhood.”

“The European Endowment for Democracy can play a very important role,” she added. “By working directly with those in the field, who are striving for democracy; and by offering flexible, non-bureaucratic and dedicated procedures that are tailored to the needs and demands on the ground.”

The journalists and activists trained by intelligence-connected NGOs were so instrumental in shaping Western perceptions on the “revolution” that it has been called the “The Journalist Uprising.” But the myth of a democratic Ukraine is largely an NGO fantasy. The reality is that the country continues to be plundered by oligarchs and foreign governments, neither of which care much for the people of Ukraine.

Now, the Kyiv Independent continues the work of manufacturing and managing consensus.

As troops massed on Ukraine’s borders, Rudenko criticized Zelensky specifically and the West’s “megaphone diplomacy” generally in the New York Times. She said Russia had been “waging a war in eastern Ukraine since 2014,” and warned that should Zelensky make “any concession to Russia,” it “would likely bring hundreds of thousands of people to the streets—threatening him with the fate of Viktor Yanukovych, the president overthrown by a revolution in 2014.”

Rudenko curiously omitted the United States’ involvement in that “revolution.” Nor did she mention that the “war” in eastern Ukraine was triggered by Nuland’s coup when anti-government separatist groups declared independence from the Washington-approved regime. Indeed, there appears to be little daylight between Rudenko’s publication and D.C.’s liberal interventionists. The Independent uncritically amplifies President Volodymyr Zelensky’s false claims of Russian nuclear terrorism and demands for a no-fly zone—all of which, if acted upon, would result in a catastrophic escalation of the war.

It’s no surprise, then, that CIA Director Bill Burns recently told lawmakers that Russia “is losing” the information war. But what he really means, though, is that a false, Manichean narrative has emerged to absolve the West of all wrongdoing and inch us toward nuclear war. Supposedly, all in the name of “democracy.”

But “democracy” in Ukraine started a civil war that has raged for nearly a decade, with more than 14,000 dead before Russia even crossed the Rubicon. It meant turning Ukraine into the poorest country in Europe and using it as a proxy in the West’s new cold war, for which it is now paying dearly.

Written By:
Pedro L. Gonzalez

Pedro L. Gonzalez is an associate editor at Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture.



"Wouldn't it stand to reason that alot of Ukrainian citizens including soldiers most likely don't have any ties to nazis, and are just average people like you and me who are just trying to survive?"

No, because Azov Battalion and other Nazis were incorporated into the Ukranian military and promoted to high ranks, and they have their own political party with pretty darn big infualnce in the government. For crying out loud its the biggest open secret in Eastern Europe. Everyone knows about it. Everyone made documentaries and articles about it, from Vice to BBC. Now they pretend its not there because its not politically correct.

BBC - Feb 28, 2014 - Neo-Nazi threat in new Ukraine: NEWSNIGHT - BBC Newsnight's Gabriel Gatehouse investigates the links between the new Ukrainian government and Neo-nazis


2015 BBC Documentary Shows Neo Nazi’s In Ukraine


Feb 5, 2018 - Max Blumenthal: US is Arming Neo-Nazis in Ukraine - Max Blumenthal reports that the US has provided military assistance to the Azov Battalion, known as a bastion of neo-Nazism within the Ukrainian armed forces. He also discusses US and Israeli ties to the far-right government in Poland, where neo-Nazism is on the rise

Bogdan Boutkevitch: You need to kill 1.5 million people in Donbass
(Taken from the Ukrainian TV Station hromadske TV, financed by the Dutch and US Embassies in Kiev

ENG SUBS (note: Refined Subs added)
Translation by: Valentina Lisitsa

The interview made 29.04.2014.
The full version you can see here:
Analyze sources before drawing conclusions.

One of the comments and there are many similar ones is: "Of course, it was taken out of context in the Russian version to make it sound harsher, but the meaning of everything said is the same. And, why do you call yourself a journalist? Why do you write excuses if you do not consider yourself guilty? Your career is unlikely to go beyond Kiev. Your destiny is just to spew this kind of shit. You can do nothing else but rattle your tongue. "

The station is publicly and privately funded and has a bank account (Privat Bank) posted on its website. Individual contributions in 2013 amounted to over 1.1 million Ukrainian hryvnias, -₴-[15] and almost 1.5 million in the first quarter of 2014.

According to their own interim financial reports, Hromadske TV was funded in 2013 by the Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands (793,089 Ukrainian hryvnias, ₴), the Embassy of the United States of America (399,650 ₴) and by George Soros International Renaissance Foundation (247,860).[13] By April 2014, Hromadske TV had received another 287,898 ₴ from the United States Embassy in Kyiv, 207,402₴ from auction organized by 'Dukat' (the Auction House) and 1,408,324 ₴ from individual contributors.


PrivatBank (Ukrainian: ПриватБанк[nb 1]) is the largest commercial bank in Ukraine, in terms of the number of clients, assets value, loan portfolio and taxes paid to the national budget. PrivatBank has its headquarters in Dnipro, in central Ukraine.

On 18 December 2016, the bank was nationalized by the government of Ukraine to protect its 20 million customers and to preserve "financial stability in the country". A forensic audit performed by Kroll showed that the bank had been subject to large scale coordinated fraud before nationalisation resulting in losses of at least US$5.5 billion.

PrivatBank was the first in Ukraine to connect Apple Pay.

Before the bank was nationalized in December 2016 shares of PJSC CB "PrivatBank" were distributed among 21 individuals (99.794% of the total number of shares) and 5 legal entities (0.206%). Over 98% of shares were owned by two shareholders: Hennadiy Boholubov (23 773,384 shares or 49.027% of the total number) and Ihor Kolomoyskyi (23 834,849 shares or 49.154%). Boholubov and Kolomoyskyi were also members of the bank's Supervisory Board

Zelensky, Hunter Biden — and Their Sugar Daddy, Kolomoisky

Gonzalo Lira - Who Is Zelensky? A Puppet—and Here’s Why. Streamed live on Mar 5, 2022

They say life can be stranger than fiction. I think in this postmodernist unreality we are living in, irony is that the left can't meme, but they play the part of a meme admirably well. Check this out, I shit you not, Ukrainian super corrupt and rich oligarch Kolomoisky, runs for president but even after throwing tones of money at campaign could not get elected because not one likes him, kind of like when Bloomberg run in the USA. So he takes the TV station he owns to make a TV show called Servant of the People. They find an actor named Zelensky to play the part of a president in a TV show called Servant of the People. This show gets heavily promoted to get Ukraian people familiar with the actor Zelensky as president of Ukraine.

Then they set up a political party with the same name and put Zelensky as candidate for president. He then gets heavily promoted, lies about peace and unification and bla, bla, bla. Gets elected, and the rest is history. Corruption and oppression up to wazoo. Also, funny is how Zelensky all of a sudden become a billioner, with 20-30$ mil mansions in Italy and other countries etc. And he is a crack addict. A lot like H. Biden. Who was getting well paid for a no-show job in Ukraine gas company Burisma, in part owned by Kolomoisky. 10% to the big guy, baby. Yeah! Off course the Nazis, actual Nazis, are the goons of the Kolomoisky/Zelensky regime. And US trains them, backed them up with money and arranged regime change in Ukraine in 2014. Since then it has been operating also bioweapon labs in Ukraine as well. Anthrax, coronavirus, you know, kind of like Wuhan. Yeah, indeed, life can be stranger than fiction. I bet Netflix will make a remake of the show and make Zelensky a black woman of color.

Netflix snaps up US rights to Ukrainian president Zelensky’s political satire series Servant of the People

Netflix has bought back the rights to show Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky’s satirical comedy Servant of the People, following its release in the UK on Channel 4.

Gonzalo Lira - Who Is Zelensky? A Puppet—and Here’s Why. Streamed live on Mar 5, 2022

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Before the war, this was BBC The comedian who could be president - BBC News

Polls suggest Volodymyr Zelenskiy, a comedian with no previous political experience, has become one of the frontrunners in Ukraine's presidential election.

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If we were wearing the swastika as a badge or on our clothing or carrying the flags people could I think rightly assume we are N. sympathizers at the very least. The N.’s or N sympathizers in Ukraine are wearing the N. symbol on their clothing, carrying flags and scarves with this symbol. To say they do it know what it symbolizes is Naive no more than we could wear the N.symbol and claim ignorance.

They aren't wearing what you think they're wearing...



There are plenty of others out there who could claim similar, and they would disagree with him on that.


Such slurs are used against any one that diverges from the 'accepted wisdom' of the masses - be they right or left. I have certainly gotten it from the Left, and my share from the Right here on this site. Though to be honest, at least here I get reasoned responses too.

Digging into the 'news' is time consuming. But I didn't think ANYONE needed more than 5 seconds to realize Putin is the aggressor and wrong-doer in this case (and maybe many others). But the slide of some on the Right from Trump (whom I've supported) into a bromance crush on Putin just stunk to high heaven and their support of him now exposes their own authoritarian leanings.

I continue to come to this site for reasoned debate and information. But my bs filter has needed more cleaning than usual.

Some people just cannot be reasoned with, and if you dare disagree with the collective accepted wisdom group (as you mentioned above) that usually means you'll be subjected to ridicule and gaslighting.

You are right, it should be just common sense that Putin was the aggressor there in all of that, but it appears a number of folks lack said common sense. Again you're right, those attempting to back Putin now while claiming to be right-leaning supporters of individual liberties are showing their authoritarian side. Same here on the bs filter part, have been no shortage of bs propaganda on here over the past month, for sure, and it continues on.


The mindset of a socialist politician is "any means to an end".

It's why a true Nazi is such a great fighter. They bombed Donetz and Luhansk for at least six years because there were some Russians there that wanted independence and if they achieved that would have aligned with Putin. Nazis are Nazis - national socialists. Really hardcore, they have no fear of using force and violence. They can be trusted to do only one thing - impose the will of the party upon the nation. Other than that - they are quite untrustworthy. They are socialists.

I think Zelenzky is more of a communist than a Nazi but the Nazis serve a purpose at the moment. They will fight like hell to keep Russians out. Even though I don't think Putin is a socialist - a brutal dictator, yes.
But not a socialist. He knows socialists only too well. They can't be trusted. He knows politicians well, too. Especially, some prominent American left wing politicians, like Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. They can't be trusted. The whole democrat party has been taken over by progressive socialists for that matter. They can't be trusted. It's any means to an end. I could mention some Republicans that could probably be termed warmongers and big government hawks - like Liz Cheney, Mitt Romney, Lindsay Graham. Don't want to appear partisan here. These are just big government proponents and let's call them neocons which are essentially - socialists and untrustworthy except to the cause - government oversight of everything.

Even a bad guy won't invade a small country if he doesn't think he can win the prize - get what he wants.
Putin is invading. He is the aggressor. All the rest of the nation have to just stand by and try and minimize the humanitarian ill-effects. They can supply the Ukrainian Nazis with war materials and are apparently doing so.

Why does the world have to standby? Because it will start WWlll is the reason given. Putin is a madman and has threatened to use nuclear arms is another reason.

Zelensky, WEF Rothschild nutter rant? Really. How dismissive? What's your label...oh yeah Nazi. It's the reason for your original post. It's what you don't like.
There are some very reliable sources for the concern about the WEF and people aligned with its mission.
Mainly its own website. Or the UN has a thing called Agenda 30. There you find source statements of their objectives. They can't attain their objectives without clearing a path to implement them. Clearing the path is what you are seeing in the western democratic societies today. It looks pretty messy.
These gentlemen of the WEF and the UN are essentially communists - Socialists - they can't be trusted.

The nutter rant wording was the author's and not mine, though to an extent I agree with him. I don't deny the existence of secret societies whose goal is to control everything in the world (aka NWO), but not all major world events include the NWO perpetrators, sometimes the reality is simply two opposing sides in a conflict with each other. There is some truth to such conspiracies, and to be fair also alot of tinfoil hat nonsense. As for the UN, never trusted them, their take on political issues is too communist in nature for me to ever trust them. So yes, while there certainly are control freaks and authoritarians out there with visions of a "new world order", not everyone is out to get you though (hence the nutter rant part, as some are so paranoid they cannot be reasoned with), and the reasons for the current conflict in Ukraine largely do not include such conspirators.

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