Jewish President Zelensky

has forbidden all opposite parties - and only approved nazi parties in Ukraine. Which makes Ukraine now de facto a Nazi state.

Let that sink in for a moment, if you are capable.

 

 

Atlantic Council Praised Ukraine Nazi Azov Battalion

28 Feb 2022 • Consotrium News

The Atlantic Council report was little more than a press release for Azov, written by a reporter who embedded inside the neo-Nazi militia, reports Ben Norton.

The NATO military alliance’s de facto think tank, the Atlantic Council, promoted a notorious neo-Nazi militia in Ukraine, the Azov Battalion, in a 2014 article that depicted the fascist extremists as anti-Russian heroes.

The Atlantic Council is one of the most powerful think tanks in Washington. With funding from the U.S. State Department, numerous Western governments, NATO, and the weapons industry, it plays a key role in shaping U.S. foreign policy, particularly toward Russia.

The Atlantic Council published a report in June 2014 titled “The Battle For Mariupol.” It was little more than a press release for Azov, written by a reporter who embedded inside the neo-Nazi militia.

The article was posted in the think tank’s “New Atlanticist” blog. It identified the author, Askold Krushelnycky, simply as a “British journalist embedded with the Azov Battalion.”

Azov preaches a white supremacist Nazi ideology that portrays Ukrainians as a pure white race fighting “Asiatic” Russians in a war to maintain racial purity. The battalion uses explicit Nazi symbols, including the German Wolfsangel and Black Sun

The Atlantic Council article mentioned nothing at all about Azov’s fascist politics.

 

 

Ukrainian Dictator Volodymyr Zelensky
bans 11 opposition parties

"Despite the crackdown on political opposition, the Ukrainian leader did not ban any parties with links to neo-Nazis, including the ethnonationalist Svoboda and neo-fascist group Right Sector.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has banned 11 opposition parties, including left-wing parties and those with suspected ties to the Kremlin. Despite the crackdown on political opposition, the Ukrainian leader did not ban any parties with links to neo-Nazis, including the ethnonationalist Svoboda and neo-fascist group Right Sector.

The country’s national security and defense council ordered the 11 parties, which includes the Opposition Platform for Life, Ukraine’s largest opposition party, from conducting any political activity. The party has 44 seats in the 450-seat Ukrainian parliament.

Other parties banned by Zelensky include the Nashi party, and a number of smaller left-wing parties that do not have representation in the parliament, including the Opposition Bloc, the Party of Sharia, Left Opposition, Union of Left Forces, State, Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine, Socialist Party Ukraine, Socialists, and the Vladimir Saldo Bloc, Ukrinform reported.

”I’d like to remind all politicians, from all camps: wartime exposes quite well the paucity of personal ambitions of those who try to put their own ambitions, their own party or career above the interests of the state, the people’s interests; those who hide in the rear, while pretending to be the only one who cares about defense,” said Zelensky in a video address on Sunday.

“The activities of those politicians aimed at division or collusion will not succeed, but will receive a harsh response,” Zelensky added, claiming that the parties had alleged ties to Russia.

“Therefore, the national security and defense council decided, given the full-scale war unleashed by Russia, and the political ties that a number of political structures have with this state, to suspend any activity of a number of political parties for the period of martial law,” he added.

According to officials from the Opposition Platform for Life, the ban “had no legal basis.”

Last year, Zelensky’s government charged opposition party leader Viktor Medvedchuk with treason and placed him under house arrest. The Guardian reported that three days after the invasion on February 24, Medvedchuk escaped. His whereabouts are currently unknown.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly claimed that one of his stated objectives for the invasion of Ukraine is to “de-Nazify” the country’s government".


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