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Nazis Marching Again, MSM Silent by KeldBach Nazis Marching Again, MSM Silent by KeldBach

Neo-Nazis have taken to the streets of Kiev to celebrate the anniversary of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army. Founded in 1942, the terrorist militia committed countless atrocities on behalf of the Nazi regime of Adolf Hitler, with whom they openly collaborated.

The Ukrainian Insurgent Army targeted Russians, Soviet Ukrainians, Poles, Jews and others during their campaign of genocide.

Along with its sister group, the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, led by the infamous Nazi collaborator Stepan Bandera, the Ukrainian Insurgent Army slaughtered over 100,000 Poles in  Volhynia and Eastern Galicia.

While there are many theories as to why the wider international community, including the EU has not spoken out against the neo-Nazi march, the most logical explanation is that because the US and EU helped the current fascist regime in Kiev come to power, they simply do not want to acknowledge the ugliness which is allowed to flourish under such a regime.(Source: The Duran)

Background image courtesy of Fidesz.hu, modified by me.



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drochunafurrey Featured By Owner May 31, 2018
And there are they after: otvet.imgsmail.ru/download/212…
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drochunafurrey Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2018
m-m-m, these typical nordic eyes)))
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:iconadmiralmichalis:
And people wonder why I support the idea of a Crimean state independent from Ukraine... THIS IS WHY.  People Ukraine take note - Your government is enabled by these authoritarian dog-fuckers.  They are no better than the Communist system which enslaved your nation before. 

On a more humorous note, appears Tiki Torches have become all-the-rage amongst all the fashionable neo-fascists.
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drochunafurrey Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2017
Communism is dead, nazism is remained.
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:iconadmiralmichalis:
Lol.  The last Nazi state died in 1945.  Both these systems are dead, and rightfully so.  Resurrecting either of them is a terrible idea.
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:icondrochunafurrey:
drochunafurrey Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2017
Really?.. Ukraine is nazi state. Seriously, ethnic opressions like in Third Reich
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:iconadmiralmichalis:
Though I agree with you that the war crimes and ethnic oppressions against Russians and Poles within Ukraine must stop, many have mislabeled Ukraine a "Junta" or "Nazi Regime."  To be perfectly accurate, Ukraine is neither of these things.  There are obviously fascist elements within Ukraine at work (IE Right Sector and the Azov Battalions) but these elements are not running the government, thankfully.  The flipside of that is that these were the elements that backed and helped make possible the Second Maidan which is were many of these ethnic oppressions came from.
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drochunafurrey Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2017
Unfortunately, as in the third Reich, the Ukrainian people sympathetic to the Nazis
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AdmiralMichalis Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2017
Yes, Ukraine was highly sympathetic to Nazi Germany, and I think the ethnic war crimes the country committed against Poles and Russians during the War have been largely swept under the rug - Now under Yanukovich I can understand this considering the fact that this appeared to be a tactic to prevent ethnic hatreds from boiling over again.  However, the current government seems to be doing something similar but not for the sake of peace in Ukraine, rather to protect the name of Stefan Bandera (as if it were even possible).  I believe that the sooner Ukraine as a nation comes to terms with the crimes their nation and grandfathers committed, the sooner they will be all-the-better for it.
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Der-Himmelstern Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2017
The Ukrainians where quick to decide between the Germans
who could potentially give their independence, compared
to the Soviet who butchered them for years. They were
naturally filled with desire for revenge, and the uses are
different in the Slavic countries.

Besides the Poles also massacred Ukrainians. Basically the
Slavic states tend to kill each other quite violently.

The other thing that is worth mentioning are those "Nazis"
led by a Jewish government. Rather ironic, but they don't
even seem to know that.
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