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[ Editor’s Note: The dark underside of so-called Western democracies are having their dark undersides revealed via their involvement in the Ukraine war, which began with their decision to train and back the 2014 coup plotters.

Yes the national plotters have national immunity but that does not absolve them from their responsibility for much of the death and destruction that resulted. Techncially that responsibility rest with their respective publics to intercede but we have a clear record now of their really have no power whatsover to intervene.

But what about their various national medias? The answer there is even worse. They effectively become state controlled media in these situations. The major US media orgs have presented themselves as effectively government news organs.

Since the start of the current Ukraine flair up when Russia sent what I view as a rescue force in to finally put an end to the shelling of the ethnic Russians in their respective to border provinces.

Two fraudulent Minsk agreements turned out to be a waste of time, with the Ukrainian Neo-Nazis being sent to the border area so shell the Donbass perimeter for eight years, killing 14,000.

Almost all Americans and Westerner know nothing about this mass killing, that does not include the wounded and permanently maimed. I have not read a single mainstream media article covering it for context in ‘how did we get here from there’.

They seem to have been ordered not to my our government, and meekly submitted. There is a long time named for media going this in war time. It is called ‘Yellow Journalism’, and it is a sad thing to see going on in 2022, in the land of an allegedly free press.

Russia spends eight years of diplomacy trying to secure the protection of the ethnic Russians in Ukraine, and when totally rebuffed by broken agreements, and when Ukraine’s NATO trained Neo-Nazis are sicced on Don Bass and Russia finally intercedes to protect them it is universally describe in the ‘free’ West as an invasion.

Never has the word democracy been so debased as it has with the West’s actions. And Germany, once upon a time the birth place for the Nazis, their participation now is ghastly. People and countries without shame for their actions are beyond redemption. This climate is what leads to bigger and more disastrous wars, which is where we are headed now.

Thus ends my cheery missive for today. Let know what you think in the comments. Am I missing something here? Am I dead wrong about it? If so please clue me in – Jim W. Dean]

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“We have a time bomb ticking in Ukraine and I am glad that I live far away.” – Jim W. Dean

First published … May 22, 2022

The UK government is funding a Nazi regime in Ukraine rather than prioritizing its domestic national interests.

Britain’s parliamentary warlords have to date gladly provided £2.1 Billion to fund the Ukrainian war effort rather than budgeting to fix the UK’s gutted NHS, declining educational system, historic poverty or ever-increasing homeless population.

With the deplorable state of the UK in mind, why does the British public continue to ignore this national decline in favour of Ukraine’s factual allegiance to neo-Nazism?

Answer: the lies of the British media.

It is high time to factually challenge the British media cover-up of Ukraine’s neo-Nazi connection by exposing the inconvenient truths regarding its allegiance to Nazi-inspired Ukrainian leader Stepon Bandera, the Ukrainian Right Sector, and the Azov Battalion whose swastikas are steeped in the blood from the slaughter of 14,000 eastern Ukrainians.

The origin of the war in Ukraine and its propagation of neo-Nazism can be traced back to the 2014 Ukrainian “Orange Revolution” that saw America help overthrow the legitimately elected president Viktor Yanukovych and create the terror of Maidan Square.

Months before, Assistant US Secretary of State Victoria Nuland had publicly stated that the US had spent US$5 Billion to support US-style democracy in Ukraine.

When that “democracy” spiralled into predictable national violence much to the dismay of European leaders, Nuland famously stated, “Fuck the EU.” A three-word synopsis for US democratic diplomacy then and now.

Regionally and culturally Ukraine is divided East to West, on either side of the Dnieper River with the capital, Kyiv at the north end. Eastern Ukraine is primarily culturally Russian and has been for centuries.

The 1939 Molotov/ Ribbentrop Pact divided Ukraine along new borders and today western Ukraine is far more aligned culturally and politically with western Europe and the US. For these reasons, western Ukraine has great animosity towards the East, hence the 2014 election was very close and violent.

Yanukovych was from the Donbas of far eastern Ukraine and until the 2014 election, the people of the city regions of Luhansk (LPR), Donetsk (DPR), and the Donbas had little to fear from the Ukrainian government.

These regions are the important industrial, manufacturing and mining centres of Ukraine while the western half is far more agrarian. Regardless, east and west lived in relative harmony post-1939 until 2014.

On Feb 20 that year pro-democracy snipers murdered in cold blood forty-nine innocent Ukrainians and four policemen in one night during the US-backed post-election protests against Yanukovych at Maidan Square. 

The murders- falsely blamed on Russia- had the intended effect of sending Ukraine into a tailspin of East vs. West anti-Russian ultra-violence. Yanukovych abandoned the presidency and went to Russia and the parliament installed Arseniy Yatsenyuk as temporary president until new elections brought to power Petro Poroshenko who was aligned with US interests and did nothing to restrict the growing influence of the neo-Nazi Right Sector or Azov Battalion.

Thus began the Ukraine war.

Before 2014 the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) had been rife with anti-Russian/ Jewish sentiment for decades but was held in check by Yanukovych and other Russian aligned leaders.

During WW II Ukrainian Nazi collaborator Stepon Bandera achieved almost hero status in western Ukraine for his genocide against Ukrainian Russians and Jews and statues were erected in his honour after he was assassinated in 1959.

Bandera was unabashedly a neo-Nazi and created his legion of the like-minded. However, his death only galvanized his underground supporters, many of whom remained within, not only the Ukrainian Army but the political structure itself.

This is evidenced by a Ukrainian politician, Andriy Parubiy. He has served as Deputy Speaker and Speaker of the Ukrainian parliament from 2014 to 2019, and Secretary of National Security and the Defence Council of Ukraine. Andriy Parubiy is a Nazi. He has proudly proclaimed this many times before his parliament, before the Ukrainian military and the public on TV.

When Poroshenko was elected, Washington used this opportunity to open the flood gates into Ukraine for US weaponry and military training in preparation for its eventual de facto assault on the East and Russian influence there.

As such, Ukraine incrementally became the largest military in Europe. It was also at this time that the previously suppressed “Banderists” dominated the AFU and Ukrainian politics, much to the pleasure of the US and NATO.

The Right Sector is admittedly disciples of Stepon Bandera and exerts neo-Nazi influence as they act as a political watchdog propagating their philosophy across Ukraine. The AFU is not exclusively Banderist but the massive Azov battalion stationed in the east is predominately so.

Like Bandera, they hate Ukrainian Russians and Jews. The United Nations Human Rights Commission reported that the Azovs have killed over 14,000 eastern Ukrainians since 2014, as the East begged Russia for military assistance to help their regional militias fight back.

To stop this slaughter in 2014 Russia brokered a truce called the Minsk Protocols which the AFU ignored. This was followed in 2015 by Minsk II which also had no practical effect on the AFU genocide. For seven years this terror continued unchecked as Washington salivated in the wings for more dead Russians.

In 2019 Volodymyr Zelenskyy, a comedian and actor famous for his role in the TV series, Servant of the People, defeated Poroshenko in a landslide by promising peace by honouring the Minsk accords and controlling corruption and the rising violence of the Right Sector.  But it took mere months for the Ukrainians to become the brunt of this comedian’s dark joke that saw him become, not a leader for peace, but a US and Banderist puppet.

With the collapse of the Soviet Union and its divestiture of its many satellite countries in 1990, NATO had promised not to expand into these countries. However, almost without exception NATO expanded and began to ring Russia with US weapons and NATO influence. With Ukraine being the launching point for past wars against Russia, the Kremlin had made it clear to the US that Ukraine joining NATO was a red line.

For the UK media to suggest that Russia was not incrementally provoked into defending both eastern Ukraine and its own national interests is to turn the truth on its head.

With Spring being historically the best time to begin a war, during February Zelensky ordered the Azov Battalion and the AFU to begin amassing 100,000 troops and munitions towards the east in preparation for a massive attack designed to take back the autonomous eastern regions.

The DPR, LPR and Donbas militias again begged Russia for intervention but Putin still refused. Instead, the Russians tried diplomacy and repeatedly contacted Washington and Kyiv in an effort not to militarily intervene. The demands were simple and rational: Abide my Minsk I & II; not attack the East; de-Nazify the AFU and not join NATO.

The US and Kyiv did not so much as respond. In an effort to get a negotiated response, and with the AFU…

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