Kiev opened a monument to “the struggle against Jews and Communists.” | Colonel Cassad

The mayor of Kiev Vitali Klitschko, today, February 25, together with citizens, government officials and clergy opened the monument to the participant of the Ukrainian liberation movement, the poetess Olena Teliha on the territory of National historical memorial reserve “Babi Yar”. About it reports a press-service of the mayor Vitaly Klitschko.

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Ukraine is moving into a Nazi regime | Colonel Cassad

In Ukraine we see a kind of light version of fascism, which is largely an evil caricature of its historical predecessors. Thus, the current structure is not homeostasis, but it can “evolve” to the forms of power organization and the state, more characteristic of extreme forms of fascism. This was warned of almost immediately after the coup. Citizen Medina took almost three years of chasing the carrot of European integration, the war in the Donbass and “glory to Ukraine” to begin to suspect something.

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The Nazi roots of the European Union | Katehon

The CIA did not build the European Union from scratch. The most important contributions were made earlier by the Nazis. From a geopolitical point of view, the Third Reich, with its occupied countries of Europe and satellite states, represented a version of “united Europe.” Many Nazi achievements were later used by the Americans, which determined the aggressive anti-national and anti-Russian character of the modern European Union.

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Does the USA support Nazism and extremism? | Katehon

During the session one of the issues discussed was a Russia-proposed resolution on combating the glorification of Nazism. Russia prepares this document annually. This year in the 70th session of the UN General Assembly and in the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II the draft resolution received support of 133 countries, only the United States, Canada, Ukraine and Palau voted against the resolution. Forty-nine UN members abstained from voting (mostly of them are EU countries). In November the draft resolution, proposed by Moscow, was approved by the United Nations Third Committee Human Rights Plenary and was submitted for consideration by the General Assembly. Then at the plenary meeting, the document wasn’t arranged by the same four countries, and was supported by 126 United Nations member states, including China, Russia, Cuba, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Brazil, Argentina, India, Kenya, Mexico, Philippines, Serbia, South Africa, Zimbabwe, and a majority of other United Nations member states.

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