February 26, 2014, - 3:00 pm
Neo-Nazi Ukraine Protesters’ Fight Ain’t Ours; Fought for Chechen Muslims Incl Boston Tsarnaev Bros; McCain Calls Jew-Hater “Brave”
John McCain and Kelly Ayotte want America to get into the fight by Ukrainian protesters against Putin and Russia. And Barack Obama’s sayin’ the same stuff. It ain’t our fight. And it certainly isn’t America’s fight to side with neo-Nazis, who are at the core of what’s going on in Ukraine. Yes, neo-Nazis, many of whom fought with and on behalf of Chechen Muslims. You know, the Boston terrorists’ homies. In case you don’t remember, Ukrainians were among the most brutal, ferocious Nazis. See John Demjanjuk. And they taught their children and grandchildren their Jew-hatred. Ask any Jew from Ukraine (I have several friends who fit that description) why they left, and they’ll tell you about the extreme anti-Semitism endemic there for what seems like forever.
Right Sector Leaders @ Independence Square in Kiev – Note the Muslim Keffiyeh . . .
Dmytro Yarosh, a Right Sector leader, @ Independence Square rally in Kiev, Ukraine, February 21, 2014
Hmmm . . . Vladimir Putin, a once, always, and forever KGB chief, versus neo-Nazis and Islam-enablers? While it’s kind of like Alien v. Predator, I think I’ll stick with Putin. Or, better yet, stay out of it . . . which is absolutely what America should do. We definitely should NEVER side with neo-Nazis. Ever. And don’t put any faith in the Klitschko Bros, including boxing champ, Vladimir, who are trying to lead Ukraine. They proudly hang out and appear with the neo-Nazis. (And do you think it’s “just a coincidence” that the Pussy Riot Russian band of flasher chicks protested in solidarity with the Ukrainians, last week during the Olympics, by wearing masks that looked exactly like those worn by the Munich Olympic Muslim terrorists who murdered the Israeli Olympic team?)
First, there’s Aleksandr Muzychko a/k/a Sashko Bilyi. Head of the leading Ukrainian nationalist group, Right Sector–the most prominent group in the Ukraine protests, he says he’ll “fight Jews and Russians for as long as blood flows” in his veins.
Back in 1994, Muzychko, aka Sashko Bilyi, arrived in Chechnya to join separatist forces. [DS: that means Muslims, including the Tsarnaeve Bros of Boston Marathon fame.] He took part in numerous battles with federal troops, mainly in the capital Grozny, and personally knocked out three tanks, six armored personnel carriers and a SP vehicle.
According to media reports, he led an entire federal forces unit (presumably the marines) into an ambush. As a result, it was destroyed by the Chechen separatists. For his military merits, the notorious Chechen militant leader, general Dzhokhar Dudayev, presented Muzychko with a “Hero of the Nation” award.
From The Washington Post:
The most aggressive element of the opposition is a group calling itself Pravy Sektor [DS: that’s Right Sector], a right-wing nationalist organization that critics liken to Nazis. It was Pravy Sektor that took the initiative in January as political leaders of the opposition wavered and came under criticism for inaction. Its helmeted members marched off the Maidan in Kiev and entered into a street battle with police a few blocks away. They seized the initiative, and that moment paved the way for the much deadlier violence, and then governmental collapse, of this past week.
What to do about Pravy Sektor now is a problem. [Lviv Mayor Andriy] Sadoviy said that the new interior minister has to try to establish communication with them and channel their energy in legal directions. It could be a daunting task, now that so much blood has been shed.
US Senator John McCain dined with opposition leaders this weekend, including the extreme far-right Svoboda party. . . . Senator McCain later waved to protesters from the stage in Independence Square during a mass rally in Kiev, standing with Oleh Tyahnybok, leader of the anti-Semitic Svoboda party. . . .
The party was registered in 1995, initially called the Social National Party of Ukraine and using a swastika style logo. A 1999 report from Tel-Aviv University called the party: “an extremist, right-wing, nationalist organization which emphasizes its identification with the ideology of German National Socialism”. . . . In 2004 leader Oleh Tyahnybok gave a speech attacking what he called “the Moscow-Jewish mafia ruling Ukraine,” and in another speech declared: “the Moskali, Germans, Kikes and other scum who wanted to take away our Ukrainian state.” Despite the controversy his statements attracted in the West, Tyahnybok was voted Person of the Year by readers of Ukrainian news magazine Korrespondent last year.
In another outburst from the party their deputy chief, Ihor Miroshnychenko, wrote an anti-Semitic attack on Mila Kunis on Facebook: “Kunis is not Ukrainian, she is a Yid. She is proud of it, so Star of David be with her.” . . . Out on the streets of Kiev the red and black striped flag of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UIA) is regularly seen carried alongside flags carrying Svoboda’s logo. The UIA flag belongs to an anti-communist force that sought to establish an ethnic nation state under dictatorship during the Second World War. . . .
Public Jewish events celebrating Hanukkah have been cancelled due to fears of violence, with Ukrainian Jewish Committee spokesman Eduard Dolinsky warning: “Increase security everywhere, at every public Jewish place”.
After being pictured on stage at a rally with Fatherland leader, Vitaly Klitschko, and Svoboda’s Oleh Tyahnybok, McCain declared: “Those brave men and women should know that they are not alone. Their friends across the world stand in solidarity with them.”
Who you callin’ “brave,” Senator McCain? Neo-Nazis. That’s who. While your wife and daughter campaigned against California’s Prop 8, calling it “hate,” you hang out with the real hate, and call it “brave.” Disgusting.
The McCains wouldn’t know brave if it stared ’em in the face. And when hate actually stares them in the face, they clearly don’t know that either, since they call it “brave.”
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