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The National Socialist Influence in the Kiev Putsch
Ukrainian armed paramilitar groups, that clashed with the unarmed riot police, are at the core of the Kiev rebellion. These clashes are typical of armed uprisings and they are enough to overthrow a government (putsch), as happened in this case.
PR campaigns in favour of Ukraine Westernization present these groups as if they were emergent organisations, while they all share nationalsocialism as ideology and are thus completely anti-democratic. Their behaviour is formally very similar to that shown by Hitler's SA in Germany
Svoboda political party is a Neo-Nazi party, Ukraine's fourth biggest party holding 36 seats out of 450 in parliament. They're also part of the Alliance of European National Movements along with the BNP and Jobbik.
Ukrainian Self-Defence groups are actually the continuity of the WWII Ukrainian Self-Defence Legion which, among other things, provided logistical support to the Werhmacht and also to the infamous Einsatzgruppen that were particularly cruel in Ukraine.
The UPA (Ukrainian Insurgent Army) is the continuity of the first fascist, and then National Socialist organisation leaded by Stepan Bandera that was very active before, during and after WWII.
US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs Catherine Ashton and German Chancellor Angela Merkel try to make us believe that this alliance of National Socialist organisations is a "democratic coalition" advocating for Ukraine's Westernization as opposed to Russia and, evenmore, vis-à-vis the Slavic world and culture.
These facts seem inspired by the covert operations deployed by Reinhard Gehlen when he was Hitler's Chief of Eastern Front Intelligence, an activity thanks to which Gehlen not only saved his life, but became the President of the West German Federal Intelligence Service (Bundesnachrichtendienst), from where he took care of anti-Communist counterintelligence operations in Eastern Europe.
Reinhard Gehlen died in 1979 in Germany. He was never tried for his crimes, but one thing is certain: NATO, German, French and American intelligence services have decided to revive this kind of operations in order to provoke Russia. The reasons of these actions are unknown, but they might well be the first signs of a war against Russia.
Someone should give some explanation about the ins and outs of this political and social nonsense.
[Source: Equipo Nizkor, Charleroi, 28Feb14]
Hitler's Chief of Eastern Front Intelligence
Nazi thugs at the forefront of Ukrainian protests
Activists wearing uniforms of the former Ukrainian Insurgent Army (known as UPA)
Reunion of SS and UPA Nazi collaborators
and their supporters in 2006
Ukrainian Parliament, Rada,
guarded by Ukrainian Self-Defence members
Vitali Klitschko, leader of UDAR Party
leader of the Nazi Svoboda Party
Dmitri Iaroch, leader of Pravy Sektor (Right Sector)
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