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The imperative of Ukrainian neo-Nazism ("Consortiumnews.com", USA)

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[The imperative of Ukrainian neo-Nazism ("Consortiumnews.com", USA)b] American mainstream media feeds the people of the United States with one-sided propaganda about Ukraine, rewriting what is happening there in such a way as to exclude the key role of neo-Nazis, and arguing "collective thinking" that overshadows even the false consensus about weapons mass destruction in Iraq. After the Ukrainian coup on February 22, led by neo-Nazi militants, European and American diplomats began to insist on the urgent formation of a new government, fearing that otherwise these far-right ultra-nationalists would take everything completely under their control. So one of these diplomats told me. [/ B]


Such a statement underlines the existence of a very inconvenient truth about what happened in Ukraine. And it happened there that the neo-Nazis stood at the head of the Kiev coup, who overthrew the elected president Viktor Yanukovych. And now the American government, along with news The media tirelessly tries to hide this reality.

Although field reports in February were full of information about how armed and organized militants associated with the neo-Nazi Freedom Party and Right Sector attacked the police using small arms and Molotov cocktails, this information soon began create a threat to Western propaganda, which claimed that Yanukovych fled allegedly simply because of the peaceful protesters who occupied the Maidan.

Therefore, the most disturbing stories soon disappeared into the hole of memory, having received the label of "Russian propaganda." Now tendentious American media have focused all their attention on militias from the Russian regions of eastern Ukraine who are against Kiev, who refuse to submit to the regime of conspirators and demand regional autonomy.

Now the American press is beating the drums, insisting that these militiamen must disarm in accordance with the Geneva accords reached last week between the United States, the European Union, Russia and the "transitional" Ukrainian government. As for these very inconvenient neo-Nazi militants, they were included in the militarized "National Guard" and sent to the east to conduct an "anti-terrorist operation" against the protesting Russians, whom neo-Nazis treat with contempt.

The new tasks of the neo-Nazi militants were announced last week by the head of the Ukrainian National Security Council, Andrei Paruby, who tweeted: “A reserve unit of the National Guard has been formed. Volunteers of the Maidan self-defense were sent to the front this morning. ”

Parubiy himself is a well-known neo-Nazi who in 1991 was one of the founders of the Social National Party of Ukraine (SNPU). In this game, radical Ukrainian nationalism merged with neo-Nazi symbols. Paruby also formed the patriotic branch of the UPPU “Patriot of Ukraine”. He called for the assignment of the title of "Hero of Ukraine" to the Nazi minion of the Second World War, Stepan Bandera, whose military units killed thousands of Jews and Poles, fighting for the racial purity of Ukraine.

Hurriedly trying to form a government in February immediately after the coup, the new government compromised the intensified neo-Nazis, giving them the leadership of four ministries, and Parubiya putting them in charge of national security. In order to have loyal and well-motivated forces to attack the pro-Russian east, he included in the National Guard many attack aircraft from among his units on the Maidan.

Forgetting history

But how do the leading American media describe Paruby? On Sunday, the Washington Post correspondent Kathy Lally (Kathy Lally), who was the most biased among journalists covering the crisis in Ukraine, wrote an article on the first page about the state of the Ukrainian army. It mainly relies on the words of Paruby.

Lally simply called him “the secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine”, without telling anything about Parubiy’s extreme right-wing policy and how he illegally gained his post. Then Lally led him to the statement that Russia "intended to bring about the collapse of this government and replace it with another, which would take into account the opinion of Moscow."

But Lally is by no means alone when she represents an exceptionally biased "collective thinking" of the American press corps, writing and speaking about Ukraine. Often, the American reader can get an idea of ​​the key role that neo-Nazis play in Ukraine, just by reading the constant refutations of this very real fact.

New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof returned to the home of his ancestors in the village of Karapchiv in western Ukraine, to ask some of its residents, and then present their views as the true voice of the people.

“To understand why Ukrainians are willing to take risks and fight with Russia in order to break out of Moscow’s iron grip, I came to this village where my father grew up,” he wrote. “Even in this village, Ukrainians watch Russian television and speak with hatred of propaganda that portrays them as neo-Nazi gangsters who are violently attacking the Russian-speaking population.”

“To listen to them, we all walk with machine guns and beat people,” said history teacher Ilya M. а.с..k.a.

Of course, the words of M.d.s.k.a.lya is an exaggeration. The Russian media do not make such allegations, although they note, for example, that neo-Nazi militants, now called "National Guard fighters," killed three protesters in eastern Ukraine last week, as announced by the government in Kiev.

But in his nostalgia for his father's family estate, Christophe does not stop there. He calls the village of his ancestors a noble place where everyone loves Taylor Swift music and dreams about how they will live in prosperous Europe - if only President Barack Obama sent them weapons to shoot the Russians (or “bear hunting”, as Christoph wittily noted in its previous column).

On Sunday, Christophe wrote: "People who love American culture so much are disappointed because President Obama does not take Ukraine more firmly into his arms."

Source of Ukrainian troubles

Christof also blames Russia for the economic misfortunes of Ukraine, although it would be more honest to say that as a result of market “shock therapy” imposed on Ukraine by Western advisers after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, a little more than a dozen “oligarchs” with the right connections were able to plunder the wealth of this country and take it under its total economic and political control. They are the main cause of pervasive Ukrainian corruption and poverty.

However, Christophe seems to be preparing his New York Times readers for supporting the violent suppression of popular resistance in eastern Ukraine, which is the political base of President Yanukovych. Christoph is a famous apologist for the “duty to protect” civilians from government forces, but his sense of responsibility is purely selective, following this person’s geopolitical preferences.

Generally speaking, the hiding of Ukrainian neo-Nazism by the American media has become an obsession. This idea is being carried out throughout the mainstream press and even in the blogosphere with greater persistence and unity, rather than a false consensus on weapons of mass destruction in Iraq in 2002-03, which led to a disastrous Iraqi war.

If you look from a purely publicistic point of view, it would seem that the inclusion of the Nazis in the European government for the first time after World War II is a good journalistic story. However, this is contrary to the American story, according to which the protesters on the Maidan were peaceful idealists, and that the protesters were pushed by the evil Yanukovych, who simply fled, unable to resist their powerful moral pressure.

But from this plot-thematic line falls the fact that February 21 Yanukovych with the mediation of three European countries signed an agreement to reduce their powers, to hold early elections, which would have deprived him of power, as well as becoming a fatal withdrawal of police forces. After that, hundreds of neo-Nazi militants from western Ukraine attacked the rest of the police, seized government buildings, and forced Yanukovich and many members of his government to flee, saving their lives.

As one Western diplomat familiar with the situation told me, it was necessary to urgently put together some kind of provisional government, because otherwise the neo-Nazis would take everything under their complete control. According to him, various parliamentary parties promptly impeached Yanukovych (violating the constitutional procedure) and replaced him with a provisional president and government.

To reassure and appease the neo-Nazis, they were given the leadership of four ministries, and Parubiy was appointed head of national security. In addition, neo-Nazi militants joined the official state security apparatus as a National Guard.

But this information has disappeared from the news that the leading American media treats the American people. All this leads us to a new cold war.
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  1. Afinogen
    Afinogen April 23 2014 07: 44
    +9
    On Sunday, Christophe wrote: "People who love American culture so much are disappointed because President Obama does not take Ukraine more firmly into his arms."


    Obama understands that Ukraine needs to be fed, and therefore does not take laughing
    1. Validator
      Validator April 23 2014 08: 07
      +8

      Statement by company commander Berkut
    2. dmitriygorshkov
      dmitriygorshkov April 23 2014 10: 49
      +1
      Quote: Athenogen
      On Sunday, Christophe wrote: "People who love American culture so much are disappointed because President Obama does not take Ukraine more firmly into his arms."

      Obama understands that Ukraine needs to be fed, and therefore does not take

      In, in. Men, having read this, also embraced similar feelings!
      Whoever takes the girl is the one who has her dinner!
      Ukraine for the United States is likely to be too expensive a prostitute!
      PSNo in any way this post I do not want to offend Ukraine as a people, we are talking about the state!
  2. ALTAY2
    ALTAY2 April 23 2014 07: 51
    +7
    How much scum escaped punishment and took root after the Second World War. Morons who do not know that the moon revolves around the Earth and not vice versa learn to live the whole world.
  3. ya.seliwerstov2013
    ya.seliwerstov2013 April 23 2014 07: 53
    +9
    WASHINGTON, April 23 - RIA Novosti, Peter Martynychev. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, in a telephone conversation with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, suggested that Moscow publicly urge protesters in southeastern Ukraine to lay down their arms and warned of tougher sanctions against Russia if there was no progress in implementing the Geneva agreements.
    Here are the bastards! They themselves are doing everything to escalate the situation, and they blame us!
    1. dmitriygorshkov
      dmitriygorshkov April 23 2014 11: 09
      +2
      Quote: ya.seliwerstov2013
      Here are the bastards! They themselves are doing everything to escalate the situation, and they blame us!

      Or maybe it’s all easier? The basis of the practice of punishing a crime is the adequacy of the punishment for a crime! You can’t put a child in an electric chair for a stolen candy, just like a pedophile maniac can be threatened with a finger!
      It turns out that America violates this principle by "punishing" us! The whole system is going to hell! You can't punish for imperfect actions!
      With this, they untie our hands. With their tantrums and sanctions, they wrote us indulgences for years to come! Maybe this is their promise? Come on, do what you think is necessary, there are no more terrible punishments!
      This is logical, but it is unlikely that they think so. We just need to understand that everything (except suicide), whatever we do, they will not find understanding! We interfere with them by the very fact of their existence! And therefore they went .... .!
  4. bronik
    bronik April 23 2014 07: 54
    +3
    To reassure and appease the neo-Nazis, they were given the leadership of four ministries, and Parubiy was appointed head of national security. In addition, neo-Nazi militants joined the official state security apparatus as a National Guard.

    The puppeteer's hand is too visible, and everyone knows where the doll’s hand is inserted.
  5. dimdimich71
    dimdimich71 April 23 2014 07: 59
    +11
    Sholokhov Sergey
    -1
    Anna Subbotina PEREPOST - Spread 17:45 AMERICA admits that DONBAS is floating away from her "Writes a friend from Indianapolis, she is a Kharkiv woman." An amazing report has now appeared in the American news - it was called "Good bye, Doneck and Slavjansk!" The Americans said that “apparently, the Ukrainian government will no longer be able to keep Donetsk and Slavyansk, Donetsk is leaving.” They explained this, of course, by Russian intrigues. They just accepted the fact that another piece of territory is floating away. Oh, if only this information could be disseminated somehow! In the Donbass, they are still afraid that Uncle Sam will hide with a Colt, and Uncle Sam was blown away long ago! How could this information be expanded to support people? One dream I have now is that God would give a happy day, and the Americans said: "Good bye, Charkov!" From the editor. We ask for the maximum dissemination of this information !!! We have one dream now - for God to give a happy day, and America
  6. individual
    individual April 23 2014 08: 06
    +3
    All this once was:
    "Jumping Dragonfly
    Summer red sang;
    I did not have time to look back
    As winter rolls in my eyes.
    A pure field has died;
    There are no days of those bright Bole
    Like under each leaf
    Both the table and the house were ready.
    Everything went: with a cold winter
    Need, hunger comes;
    Dragonfly doesn’t sing:
    And who will mind
    Sing hungry on your stomach! "
  7. mamont5
    mamont5 April 23 2014 08: 34
    +2
    What can I say? But they would not all go ...!
  8. demon184
    demon184 April 23 2014 08: 41
    +3
    It was necessary immediately after the coup to send troops to Kiev, return Yanyk before re-election and disperse this racket and all agents for 20 years to Siberia to cut down the forest and there would be silence and we would not even have time to think about sanctions. The USSR would not even dare to tease, but then they were looted . Until we learn how to respond as quickly and harshly as possible, they will try to pull the bear by the mustache.
  9. tank64rus
    tank64rus April 23 2014 08: 56
    0
    The Americans have already fed German fascism once, now Ukrainian, Baltic, etc. The American people should understand that this audience is getting out of control at any moment and can bite its masters.
  10. kapitan281271
    kapitan281271 April 23 2014 09: 03
    +2
    But west to west
    There is a battle
    For the sun to rise in the East!
  11. Standard Oil
    Standard Oil April 23 2014 09: 14
    0
    Has anyone studied the phenomenon of Ukrainian nationalism, so to speak, at a scientific level? Almost all the works that I managed to find on Ukrainian nationalism were written by Western authors, or Americans of Ukrainian or Russian origin, all documents from the same "Library of Congress" as in In principle, it is understandable because in the United States, all documents and card indexes concerning this issue were taken out or transferred by the Abwehr employees. And in Russia everything is like water in their mouths and are silent. On the one hand, it is good, for young researchers, here "the field is not plowed", but on the other sides in 69 years it was really impossible to sort out the problem in one way or another? And then everyone is surprised, “Oh, how did it happen?” Americans are more interested in this than Russians, although it would seem that this is our problem, it belongs to Americans insofar as it is may be of interest to "competent services".
  12. mackonya
    mackonya April 23 2014 09: 19
    +1
    "... People who love American culture so much are disappointed that President Obama does not take Ukraine more firmly in his arms ..." It's even funny. Okay, if there was still some African country like Mali or Sudan (southern or northern), but Ukraine is in some way here, Ukraine is not even included in the geopolitical interests of the United States, because this applies only to Russia and the EU.
  13. Sharikov
    Sharikov April 23 2014 09: 40
    +4
    Chew! Someone shot. You can not get up, this is a provocation, I am a Nazi face, ovs, they envy the fact that we have the first harvest of onions on the Maidan. Katsapy still raised the dollar, ate food, fucked either Lyashko Portnikov or Portnikov Lyashko, after underestimating salaries, raised a communal apartment, made Klitschko wish to not be able to look at everyone tomorrow, called on to shoot himself with atomic weapons, done through rust in armored personnel carriers. A full list of their crimes is still waiting for its researcher, who is languishing in a specialized medical institution, because there is no limit, I’m a Nazi snout, meanness.
    Rural young people are dancing more and more, here are new goals - it’s not clear where the separatism came from. How many of these non-people were told that they are genetic slaves, degenerates, and scum, and they won’t understand at all that their house is Ukraine. (C)
  14. Giant thought
    Giant thought April 23 2014 09: 46
    0
    Ukraine on the road to nowhere with the help of the Americans. Soon Ukraine, as a state, will no longer be in this form, and this is an objective reality. Let's hope that all this happens without bloodshed.
    1. sledge
      sledge April 23 2014 09: 55
      0
      Unfortunately, bloodshed is no longer complete. Blood is pouring.
  15. anfil
    anfil April 23 2014 10: 22
    +1
    Quote: demon184
    It was necessary immediately after the coup to send troops to Kiev, return Yanyk before re-election and disperse this racket and all agents for 20 years to Siberia to cut down the forest and there would be silence and we would not even have time to think about sanctions. The USSR would not even dare to tease, but then they were looted . Until we learn how to respond as quickly and harshly as possible, they will try to pull the bear by the mustache.

    "... The Assembly of People's Representatives in Lugansk made important decisions, but it was poorly prepared. For a start, Valery Bolotov, the leader of the rebel army of the South-East, was predictably elected governor. Then a discussion began on how to deal with the referendum. , whether Luhansk region should be part of a unitary Ukraine or autonomy within Ukraine. ”This statement of the question shocked the audience: all these weeks people gathered under the flag of Russia, sang the Russian anthem, asked Putin to take their people home as soon as possible, and suddenly - autonomy within Ukraine. heated debates, after which it was decided to appoint a second referendum on May 11: to be autonomous within Russia or Ukraine.

    This doubling of referenda is a major political mistake. The second referendum may simply interfere with the holding. The results of the first referendum may well be considered by Kiev and the West as the legitimization of the sovereignty of Ukraine, because with any vote, a citizen will have to recognize the sovereignty of Ukraine over the Lugansk region. They themselves voted, now do not complain that the sovereign state has sent troops to you and killed everyone. In other words, the question of the first referendum is this is a dangerous trapfrom which you need to get out as soon as possible ... "
    Egor Kholmogorov - The most dangerous trap: http: //www.vz.ru/onlinetext/2014/4/21/683243.html
  16. Magadan
    Magadan April 23 2014 10: 31
    +1
    Thank you for the article! Original article on my facebook. And it’s a sin to say - I don’t like to write in English to my friends Americans, finals, Australians, and other wonderful, but misinformed people
  17. siemens7774
    siemens7774 April 23 2014 12: 40
    0
    Quote: mackonya
    "... People who love American culture so much are disappointed that President Obama does not take Ukraine more firmly in his arms ..." It's even funny. Okay, if there was still some African country like Mali or Sudan (southern or northern), but Ukraine is in some way here, Ukraine is not even included in the geopolitical interests of the United States, because this applies only to Russia and the EU.


    It’s not included. And a lot of gas in the shelf near Odessa. And magnificent nickel deposits. A couple of powerful bases on the side of the Slavs, followed by pitting banderlogs on the border territories of Russia. And creating a situation in the country like in the movie Babylon of our era. It's worth it.
    1. Cristall
      Cristall April 23 2014 19: 08
      0
      Quote: siemens7774
      And a bunch of gas in the shelf near Odessa. And magnificent nickel deposits

      I don’t know how about gas near Odessa (the oil and gas shelf is farther, but it’s clear that you can’t come without Odessa)
      Nickel is (the city of Nikopol), but in Ukraine the most manganese
      Ukraine also has one of the most powerful complexes in Europe for processing ore and producing manganese ferroalloys, including the Nikopol, Zaporizhzhya and Stakhanovsky plants
      And by the way - ferroalloys are creeping in price again. And the Privat group buys up all the production. Nickel and manganese of Ukraine have long been in this group.
      And Igor Kolomoisky leads this all.
      http://kreston-gcg.com/ru/press/publications/privategroup.html
      There are still doubters on Igor’s policy?
  18. DanSabaka
    DanSabaka April 23 2014 17: 41
    +1
    Minus.
    “As one Western diplomat familiar with the situation told me, it was necessary to urgently put together some kind of interim government, because otherwise the neo-Nazis would have taken everything under their full control. According to him, various parliamentary parties promptly impeached Yanukovych (violating the constitutional procedure) and replaced him interim president and government.

    To calm and appease the neo-Nazis, they were given the leadership of four ministries, and Parubiy was appointed head of national security. In addition, neo-Nazi fighters have become part of the official state security apparatus as the National Guard. "
    But if everything is so, then the "interim government" is obliged to fight the neo-Nazis, to disband and disarm their units. In fact, pro-avoseks and others are armed and organized by nationalist associations into the National Guard.
    Conclusion: The "Provisional Government" is deliberately organizing a mess close to Russia, as their sponsors want ....
  19. silberwolf88
    silberwolf88 April 27 2014 23: 23
    0
    Bandera had to be cut out at 0 ... approximately like a basmache.
    No camps or deadlines ... with the subsequent return ... and the education of the next generations of the Nazis.

    Time not to return BUT, you can stop all relations with a country with Nazi movements until they are officially closed ... no gas, no cooperation and purchase of goods (and nobody needs us besides us) ... complete closure of borders.
    I think after that and with words they will be more careful ... and they will simply crush their Nazis.