Umland Says Nazis in Ukraine are Russian Disinformation

In a Russian language article by Andreas Umland I received in mail today, the latter tries to make the argument that the National Interest columnist, Ted Galen Carpenter is somehow wrong and under the influence of Russian propaganda when he says that Ukraine is a purveyor of radical nationalism. He brings forth the lame argument about electoral success of nationalist parties in Ukraine.

I have already debunked this argument on this blog. The issue boils down to Ukraine’s geography. Ukraine is the largest country in Europe, with a population around 30 million and many diverse regions. Only large oligarch funded projects score in such an environment. But there are outright radical nationalists in big oligarchical project too, and they are also embedded among the siloviks. They may not even be popular among the general population but they influence the cultural policy and have military units and guns. Radical nationalism, neonazism feels at home in Ukraine. And if the West does not keep an eye on Ukraine, sooner or later neonazis will bite back from Ukraine. Many researchers in the far right note the connection between neonazis in the West and their counterparts in Ukraine. Ukraine provides a safe haven for propaganda, merchandise sale and military training for whoever is willing to swear loyalty to Ukraine.

Read my Fashiks category for news on Nazis in Ukraine.

The Pyrrhic Victory of Svidomites Over Netfix Zrada

For Svidomites and Zrada, please consult my Glossary of Terms.

It looks like svidomites have won from Netflix a change of subtitles at the film Brat 2. Now instead of “Ukrainian Nazi Collaborator” it says “Banderite”. But is this a peremoha? While the Western audience does understand a little about Nazi collaboration, it may use Google to find out what Banderite is. They will find Wikipedia

The term derives from the name of Stepan Bandera (1909-1959), head of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists that formed in 1929 as an amalgamation of movements including the Union of Ukrainian Fascists.[1][2] The union, known as OUN-B, had been engaged in various atrocities, including murder of civilians, most of whom were ethnic Poles. This was the result of the organization’s extreme Polonophobia, but the victims also included other minorities such as the Jews and Romani people.[3][4] The term “Banderites” was used by the Bandera followers themselves, by others during the Holocaust, and during the massacres of Poles in Volhynia and Eastern Galicia by OUN-UPA from 1943–1944. These massacres resulted in the deaths of 80,000-100,000 Poles and 10,000-15,000 Ukrainians.[5]

And here dear readers is how a peremoha slowly turns into zrada…

What do you Want From Biden?

Dear readers, what a text I have discovered, it almost confirms the message of one of the videos I uploaded to my YouTube channel recently, (check it out if you have a command of Russian and Ukrainian)…

A Ukrainian [person]: My relative lives in the Urals, Russia. And he asks: “What do you want from America and Biden?! I thought a bit and replied…

  1. I want American military bases on Russian borders. In Lugansk, in Donetsk, in Sevastopol, and in Simferopol. That the US 6th fleet may feel at home.
  2. That the strategic aviation may fly, bombers, fighters, tankers… And that the AWACS may fly over and shit on the heads of enemies.
  3. That US nuclear weapons and the boot of the NATO soldier, to the maximum level, so that Putin may shit himself from the anxiety.
  4. That our military may learn from their military, for a fully fledged alliance and bubble gum. You do not have to fight for us, we can fight already. For us, with us does not matter. We need to become frightening so that one would piss himself just from seeing us.
  5. We need Murican judiciary because our judiciary is comatose.
  6. Also, customs and fiscal policy should be transplanted because ours is comatose.
  7. May American capital enter and with their capitalists, managers, technicians. I have worked with Westerners and I have worked with compatriots. I will say, the Americans, the British, the Canadians are welcome. And our pseudo-proletarian dung should learn from them. Blablala…

I hope dear readers, that you liked this little translation. And would you like to defend Ukraine?

Kievites Become the Majority of Buyers of Moscow Property

Strana.ua reports…

With 6%, people from the capital of Ukraine, Kiev, lead in the rating of property buyers in the Russian capital, Moscow. Kiev is followed by St. Petersburg, the citizens of which made 3.8% of the buyers. 99% of this property was homes.

It confirms a statement I made about the wealthy and powerful in Ukraine recently. Russophobia is for the peasants.

PS: Mikhail Poroshenko in a Russia top:

Ukraine was not Invited to NATO Summit

Ukraine’s foreign minister, Dmytro Kuleba doesn’t understand why Ukraine wasn’t invited to the NATO Summit scheduled for next month. What kind of ZRADA is this?

Dmytro Kuleba

Ukrayins’ka Pravda quotes Kuleba:

We understand the desire of the allies to meet in secret on the Summit to discuss transatlantic unity… However, we totally do not understand how it is possible to conduct closed summit of NATO while Russia is behaving aggressively against Ukraine in the Black Sea region, and against members of the alliance. I have in mind the recent results of investigation in the Czech Republic. This we cannot understand, how can you not invite Ukraine, why isn’t there a place for Ukraine in this summit?

Kuleba is thankful for the policy of open doors declared on the summit in 2008.

However, 13 years have passed since that summit. When we in Ukraine are blamed for the slow pace of reforms, what then can we say about the implementation of the decision of the Alliance, which are catching dust? It is very important for Ukraine that the policy of open doors does not become feeding us promises.

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Earlier this year, in January, Zelensky said in an interview broadcast on HBO:

If Ukraine was in NATO, there wouldn’t be escalation in the Donbas.

That means, we would have the obligation to defend you?

Yes that is so because today we are defending Europe. We are thankful to Europe for her policy of sanctions. We are thankful to United States. But you cannot return people’s lives through sanctions.

You must understand that today it is Ukraine. But who is next? This is a provocation. Tomorrow it could be any European country or the United States. We are not just talking military matters. We are dealing with an information war…

Sneaky fucker that Zelensky…

Ukraine Stops Buying Electricity From Belarus and Russia

Ukraine stopped buying electricity from Belarus and Russia… until 1 October…

I personally think Russia and Belarus should stop all energy imports into Ukraine. Electricity powers anti-Russian propaganda, and oil products fuel the Ukrainian war machine in the Donbas. Sternenko agrees with me.

Meanwhile though, the state oil company of Azerbaijan, SOCAR agrees to resell Rosneft products to Ukraine and the electricity deliveries will be resumed come the first colds.

When will it finally dawn on the Russian and Belarussian leadership that the Ukrainian regime is a hostile entity?