March 20, 2022

UKRAINE: A Corrupt Government Is Being Used Not To Defend Ukrainian People And It's Sovereignty, But To Bring Down Russia Because They Oppose Giving Up Sovereignty To The Green Deal And The Great Reset

I typed a  transcript for you below of the video I shared above.

"This has been in the works going back to at least 2015 to 2016. It was somewhat setback in the election of Donald Trump in the United States because Trump was not a globalist. But he was opposed to many of these schemes. What we're seeing now is a merger of "The Great Reset", the Green New Deal, the policies on covid and a number of other aspects of government policy. Which is being directed not on behalf of sovereign governments, but against sovereign governments. This is why we're seeing the situation in Ukraine. What is Russia's crime? Putin has asked for 20 years of security guarantees for Russia. And these security guarantees include no further eastward expansion of NATO. Which was promised to Gorbachev in 1990. Which was promised again to Yeltsin in 1994 and yet NATO keeps moving to the borders of Russia. Now they're talking about as Zelensky, the president of Ukraine did at the Munich Security Conference, that Ukraine has the right to develop nuclear weapons. And for Putin, Russia's security is directly threatened by two aspects of the Ukraine situation. The corruption which includes prominent Nazis in position of the defense and security forces in Ukraine. The European Union actually acknowledged in 2018 that the defense and security forces of Ukraine were heavily infiltrated by Neo Nazis marching behind the banners of the Ukrainian SS which joined Hitler in the 1940's. And when Putin said you need the de-Nazification of Ukraine he was called crazy. But the idea of a government, a corrupt government being used not to defend the Ukrainian people's freedom and sovereignty and I hate to see what is being done to the people of Ukraine right now in this war. But they are the canon fodder for a NATO, and US, and British drive to bring down Russia and China. Why? Because they're the two leading powers in the world that OPPOSED to giving up sovereignty to "The Green New Deal" and "The Great Reset".
Democracy Now: "The Russians are saying, "Look, you're trying to depose Yanukovych who's the elected government. Think. And by the way, there's a presidential election in a year." The Russians are saying wait 'til the next election. If you overthrow him and that's what Washington and Brussels are saying he must go. What are doing to the possibility to Democracy not only in Ukraine but throughout this part of the world. And secondly, who do you think is going to come to power? Please tell us and we're silent. I want to go to the famous leaked taped right now the top State department official has apologized to her European counterpart after she was caught cursing the European Union, the EU, in a leaked audio that was posted to YouTube. The recording captured an intercepted phone conversation between the US Ambassador to Ukraine Jeffrey Pyatt and Victoria Nuland, the top US diplomat for Europe. Nuland expresses frustration over Europe's response to the political crisis in Ukraine using frank terms." CLICK THE VIDEO TO LISTEN TO THE REST.
Vision Times
written by Victor Westerkamp
Friday March 4, 2022

While military clashes flare in the Ukraine-Russia conflict, the propaganda war is as intense as the military one, with Ukraine struggling to polish away the country’s neo-Nazi elements.

Most renowned is a military group called Azov, a group of volunteer militia with solid ties to ultra-nationalist organizations. Azov was incorporated into the Ukrainian Defense Force in late 2014 after it proved instrumental in ousting democratically elected president Viktor Yanukovich during the U.S.-backed Maidan Revolution.

Azov also made a name for itself after its fierce resistance during the ensuing civil war against pro-Russian separatists in the Donbas region and their successful campaign at the battle of Mariupol, which is located at the Sea of Azov in the county’s renegade Donetsk province.

Azov members don Neo-nazi insignia, such as the infamous wolfsangel, have their own parliamentary affiliation called the National Corps, and their civil militia stroll the streets enforcing their own interpretation of justice, which has often boiled down to beating up immigrants, based on a 2019 article published in Foreign Policy,

Azov’s ties with the west

However, even though neo-Nazi groups are officially banned in Ukraine, and despite the fact that Azov is blacklisted by the U.S. government and other western countries for its radical ideology and incitement of hate, it turns out that the group has been funded and trained by America, Canada, France, the UK, and other NATO countries, a report from the Institute for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies (IERES) at George Washington University in the United States revealed.

Meanwhile, the FBI stated in a criminal complaint that Azov is recruiting, training, and radicalizing U.S. white supremacists, news outlet Vice reported.

According to Jerusalem Post, a related group, Centuria, claimed to have participated in several military training sessions in Germany, Poland, the UK, France, and Canada, while receiving training from many western allies at the Hetman Petro Sahaidachny National Army Academy (NAA) in western Ukraine.

According to the report, none of the parties, the NAA nor the foreign countries that provided training, conducted any vetting of the cadets’ background concerning possible neo-Nazi sympathies or affiliations—both comfortably assuming it would have been the other party doing it.

Azov’s ties to Ukraine

Vladimir Putin stated that Russia’s military campaign against Ukraine should not be understood as an invasion or an occupation but as a “demilitarization” and a “de-Nazification” of Ukraine, a country he dubbed a “Nazi’s den.”

To add to the confusion: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has always maintained he is Jewish. “How can I be a Nazi?” Zelensky said, referring to Putin’s allegations in his national address on Feb. 24.

“Explain it to my grandfather, who went through the entire war in the infantry of the Soviet army and died a colonel in an independent Ukraine,” Zelensky remarked.

Ukraine public relations has been putting a lot of effort into portraying Zelensky, a former actor and comedian, as a sympathetic family guy, but his decision to assign former war criminal and neo-Nazi Maxym Marchenko as Mayor of Odesa in this respect proved not to be helpful.

Or, as Twitter user Mark Ames put it, ‘“Also, a bad sign that Zelensky replaced civilian governor of Odessa with Maxym Marchenko, ex-commander of the far-right Aidar Battalion, subject of an Amnesty war crimes report in 2014. This war is a godsend for ghouls everywhere.”
Facebook would now “allow praise of the Azov Battalion when explicitly and exclusively praising their role in defending Ukraine OR their role as part of the Ukraine’s National Guard,” Facebook’s parent company Meta announced, cited by National Pulse.
The National Pulse
written by Natalie Winters
Wednesday March 2, 2022

Facebook is reversing a ban on users praising Ukraine’s Neo-Nazi Azov Battalion, previously included in the platform’s Dangerous Individuals and Organizations policy, amidst Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Internal memos from the social media platform, which has routinely censored mainstream conservative content, reveal it will “allow praise of the Azov Battalion when explicitly and exclusively praising their role in defending Ukraine OR their role as part of the Ukraine’s National Guard.”

“Internally published examples of speech that Facebook now deems acceptable include “Azov movement volunteers are real heroes, they are a much needed support to our national guard”; “We are under attack. Azov has been courageously defending our town for the last 6 hours”; and “I think Azov is playing a patriotic role during this crisis,” added The Intercept, which first obtained the company memos.

“For the time being, we are making a narrow exception for praise of the Azov Regiment strictly in the context of defending Ukraine, or in their role as part of the Ukraine National Guard,” clarified a spokesperson from Facebook’s parent company Meta.

“But we are continuing to ban all hate speech, hate symbolism, praise of violence, generic praise, support, or representation of the Azov Regiment, and any other content that violates our community standards,” they added in a statement to Business Insider.

The policy shift follows years of heavy-handed censorship of stories critical of the Democratic Party, pharmaceutical companies, and the Chinese Communist Party despite the platform now deciding to allow praise for a military force known for its “hardcore right-wing ultranationalism and the neo-Nazi ideology pervasive among its members,” according to The Intercept.

The first commander of the Azov Batallion, which has marched and trained for combat wearing symbols from the Third Reich, was former Ukrainian parliamentarian Andriy Biletsky, who asserted that Ukraine’s national objective was to “lead the white races of the world in a final crusade … against Semite-led Untermenschen [subhuman].”

A recent video posted by the National Guard of Ukraine also showed an Azov soldier dipping bullets in pig fat while issuing the following warning: “Dear Muslim brothers, in our country, you will not go to heaven. You will not be allowed into heaven. Go home, please. Here, you will encounter trouble. Thank you for your attention, goodbye.”
Paul Joseph Watson published November 4, 2016: Hillary Tied to Bizarre Occult "Spirit Cooking" Ritual.
I added the YouTube video above in reference to the TikTok video above it. It's all starting to make sense now. (emphasis mine)
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UPDATE 3/20/22 at 1:30pm: Added info below.
UPDATE 3/20/22 at 5:05pm: Added info below. Translated: In the video before I showed you what the Ukrainian Nazis do to those who refuse to fight or want to leave... but the same is true for women... everyone is forced to fight or act as human shields. Judge for yourself...

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