sage sage 2022-02-26 (Sat) 03:17:47 No. 9907
fuck off, philistine
(/edu/ is not the place to flame)
Anonymous 2022-02-27 (Sun) 03:03:29 No. 9916 >>9907
No you, nazi.
A good source for English speaking reports on Ukrainian Nazism is Graham Phillips. Guy is a real man.
Anonymous 2022-02-27 (Sun) 23:19:39 No. 9925
Here's an informative Cosmonaut article which goes into the background of this NATO-Russia conflict
Also a link to a document going over declassified documents showing the security assurances against NATO expansion to Soviet leaders. These assurances which the West soon broke
Anonymous 2022-03-02 (Wed) 14:55:24 No. 9952
Bumping to keep this archiving on track.
Anonymous 2022-03-06 (Sun) 03:15:53 No. 9970
Reminder that Russia faced the exact same situation in smaller scale in Georgia and literally the same shit happened and the same results are going to happen.
Anonymous 2022-03-06 (Sun) 11:13:21 No. 9975
no, you don’t understand, NATO was trying to encircle Russia through those neo-nazi unarmed Georgian villagers. they had to be eliminated
Anonymous 2022-03-06 (Sun) 21:27:20 No. 9982
I posted Sakwa's book earlier
https://leftypol.org/leftypol/res/285223.html#784565 > The unfolding crisis in Ukraine has brought the world to the brink of a new Cold War. As Russia and Ukraine tussle for Crimea and the eastern regions, relations between Putin and the West have reached an all-time low. How did we get here? Richard Sakwa here unpicks the story of Russo-Ukrainian relations and traces the path to the recent disturbances through the events which have forced Ukraine, a country internally divided between East and West, to choose between closer union with Europe or its historic ties with Russia. As the first full account of the Ukraine crisis from the Euromaidan Protests to the catastrophe of MH17 and up to the October 2014 parliamentary elections, Frontline Ukraine explains the origins, developments and global significance of the internal and external battle for Ukraine. With all eyes focused on the region, Sakwa unravels the myths and misunderstandings of the situation, providing an essential and highly-readable account of the struggle for Europe s contested borderlands."
Anonymous 2022-03-27 (Sun) 19:30:56 No. 10159
Biggest Ukrainian socialist outlet, was attacked by ultranationalists/nazis when they were still a prominent parliamentary force in Ukraine. A lot of articles are translated to English.
Anonymous 2022-03-27 (Sun) 20:02:58 No. 10163 >>10162 >>10161 >Spanish anarchist analysis
Thanks anon. You ought to also post the links, try to save the videos as MP4s and post them in the translation thread so that an anon could translate them in the future and so if the videos get deleted, they don't get permanently lost.
I archived them on archive.is too, so I'll leave the MP4 stuff to you.
Pic tangentially related
Anonymous 2022-03-27 (Sun) 20:40:21 No. 10166
This article published in Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting does a critique of recent "explainer" pieces in major news outlets, giving a much more accurate overview of political history over the last 8 years:
Another article by Marcetic, about Azov and western intelligence:
Excellent opinion piece that highlights key moments in the history of the Russia-NATO conflict and how foreign policy by the US (like the now infamous "le irrational madman Putler") have led to a catastrophic failure in diplomacy:
Anonymous 2022-03-27 (Sun) 20:54:12 No. 10168 On the international outreach by Ukrainian neonazi groups >Far-Right Group Made Its Home in Ukraine’s Major Western Military Training Hub (.pdf) <Evidence uncovered in this paper suggests that since 2018, the Hetman Petro Sahaidachny National Army Academy (NAA), Ukraine’s premier military education institution and a major hub for Western military assistance to the country, has been home to Centuria, a self-described order of “European traditionalist” military officers that has the stated goals of reshaping the country’s military along right-wing ideological lines and defending the “cultural and ethnic identity” of European peoples against “Brussels’ politicos and bureaucrats.” The group envisions a future where “European right forces are consolidated and national traditionalism is established as the disciplining ideological basis for the European peoples.” <The group, led by individuals with ties to Ukraine’s internationally active far-right Azov movement, has attracted multiple members, including current and former officer cadets of the NAA now serving in the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Apparent members have appeared in photos giving Nazi salutes and made seemingly extremist statements online. <The group has been able to proselytize Ukraine’s future military elite inside the NAA. Apparent members have also gained access to Western military education and training Institutions. Meanwhile, inside Ukraine, members of the group have apparently had access to American military trainers, as well as American and French cadets. As recently as April 2021, the group claimed that since its launch, members have participated in joint military exercises with France, the UK, Canada, the US, Germany, and Poland. <Centuria’s evident ability to operate within the NAA and its credible claims regarding its presence in the Armed Forces of Ukraine and access to Western training and military are likely just one of the consequences of the apparent lack of screening—by the Ukrainian authorities and Western governments alike—of Ukrainian servicemen for extremist views and ties to extremist groups. The Ukrainian military’s failure to check Centuria activities suggests a level of tolerance on its part for the apparent proliferation of far-right ideology and influence within the Armed Forces of Ukraine. >"Defend the White Race": American Extremists Being Co-Opted by Ukraine's Far-Right <Newly uncovered evidence going back to 2015 suggests that the Ukrainian white nationalist Azov movement has been systematically co-opting American right-wing extremists to advance the former’s own international agenda. In audio statements uncovered by Bellingcat, this agenda was summarized by the International Secretary of the political wing of Azov, the National Corps, as “world conservative revolution,” aimed to “defend the white race.” These new findings are separate from the recently reported ties between Azov and American violent neo-Nazi group the Rise Above Movement, and members of the American alt-right. https://www.bellingcat.com/news/uk-and-europe/2019/02/15/defend-the-white-race-american-extremists-being-co-opted-by-ukraines-far-right/
Anonymous 2022-03-27 (Sun) 21:00:54 No. 10169
How Ukraine’s Jewish president Zelensky made peace with neo-Nazi paramilitaries on front lines of war with Russia
4th of March, 2022
>While Western media deploys Volodymyr Zelensky’s Jewish heritage to refute accusations of Nazi influence in Ukraine, the president has ceded to neo-Nazi forces and now depends on them as front line fighters. https://thegrayzone.com/2022/03/04/nazis-ukrainian-war-russia/ <Commentary: Haven't read it myself. Someone said that some of the videos used are unreliable, but overall it's a good article. Ukraine’s Got a Real Problem with Far-Right Violence (And No, RT Didn’t Write This Headline)
June 20, 2018
>It sounds like the stuff of Kremlin propaganda, but it’s not. Last week Hromadske Radio revealed that Ukraine’s Ministry of Youth and Sports is funding the neo-Nazi group C14 to promote “national patriotic education projects” in the country. On June 8, the Ministry announced that it will award C14 a little less than $17,000 for a children’s camp. It also awarded funds to Holosiyiv Hideout and Educational Assembly, both of which have links to the far-right. The revelation represents a dangerous example of law enforcement tacitly accepting or even encouraging the increasing lawlessness of far-right groups willing to use violence against those they don’t like. https://www.atlanticcouncil.org/blogs/ukrainealert/ukraine-s-got-a-real-problem-with-far-right-violence-and-no-rt-didn-t-write-this-headline/ <Commentary: NATO's think tank writing about the systemic Nazi issues in Ukraine. NATO has been vocal about funding a government that is infested with Nazis and Nazi sympathizers. NATO as Religion
January 24, 2022
>Excerpt: >Often I ask myself how this is possible when we know that the US deliberately lied in earlier conflicts in order to make aggression appear as “defense”. We were lied to in connection with the “Gulf of Tonkin” incident, the alleged weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. There is abundant evidence that the CIA and M15 have organized “false flag” events in the Middle East and elsewhere. Why is it that masses of educated people fail to take some distance and question more? I dare postulate the hypothesis that the best way to understand the NATO phenomenon is to see it as a secular religion. Then we are allowed to believe its implausible narratives, because we can take them on faith. https://www.counterpunch.org/2022/01/24/nato-as-religion/ <Commentary: A nice opinion piece about how westerners always fall for western lies and end up supporting imperialism. >>10165 >This Gravel Institute video is pretty good for people unfamiliar with the topic. So is this Jacobin article:
I can attest for both. They might have slight issues, but are otherwise good.
Anonymous 2022-03-27 (Sun) 22:06:47 No. 10170
Russell TEXAS Bentley's channel on Telegram. The guy is a Texan Communist that fought for several years in Donbass and then retired to write songs and report on the ongoing situation.
Recently (as for the middle of March, 2022) his channel of thousands of videos got deleted from Youtube, forcing him to move entirely to Telegram and VK, linked here.
Anonymous 2022-03-27 (Sun) 22:19:28 No. 10171
>In June 1985 the General Accounting Office mentioned Lebed’s name in a public report on Nazis and collaborators who settled in the United States with help from U.S. intelligence agencies. The Office of Special Investigations (OSI) in the Department of Justice began investigating Lebed that year. The CIA worried that public scrutiny of Lebed would compromise QRPLUMB and that failure to protect Lebed would trigger outrage in the Ukrainian émigré community. It thus shielded Lebed by denying any connection between Lebed and the Nazis and by arguing that he was a Ukrainian freedom fighter. The truth, of course, was more complicated. As late as 1991 the CIA tried to dissuade OSI from approaching the German, Polish, and Soviet governments for war-related records related to the OUN. OSI eventually gave up the case, unable to procure definitive documents on Lebed. Mykola Lebed, Bandera’s wartime chief in Ukraine, died in 1998. He is buried in New Jersey, and his papers are located at the Ukrainian Research Institute at Harvard University.
Anonymous 2022-03-28 (Mon) 01:44:55 No. 10178
give me the youtube link and I'll download it
Anonymous 2022-03-28 (Mon) 02:01:31 No. 10179 >>10178
It's the same as the one I uploaded. I've been rencoding that vid for like a quarter of the day to make it as small as possible and to pass around.
I did ffmpeg to encode to mp4 but the site didn't like that. So I made it a webm and uploaded that. Regardless I can't make it smaller than 50 megs. Ideally this could be shared around whatsapp which has a 16 megabyte limit, and maybe a 35 megabyte one for telegram, especially for people with shit internet.
I am re-encoding it yet again. I'll leave it through the night to see if it does anything.
I'll upload the results tomorrow if I have success.
Anonymous 2022-03-28 (Mon) 04:03:26 No. 10180
Open this thread in Tor and you can dnld the video, no extra programs needed
Anonymous 2022-03-28 (Mon) 04:03:52 No. 10181
>Russia is freaking ABDUCTING 400k Ukrainians! Red Cross, don't open any offices in Rostov and facilitate that! <Red Cross: uh, no they aren't https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/ukraine-asks-red-cross-not-open-office-russias-rostov-on-don-2022-03-27/
Kek, Red Cross BTFO nazi lies again.
Anonymous 2022-03-29 (Tue) 05:08:22 No. 10213 >>10168 Yet more on the key role of Ukrainian neonazis in the worldwide far-right network >Behind the Azov-Brazil Connection: How Neo-Nazis Are Pushing to “Ukrainize” Brazil <A small group of Brazilian bolsonaristas have become social media celebrities as they crossed the border into Ukraine to fight against Russia, but as Brian Meir reports, Ukrainian Neo-Nazi groups have had influence in Brazil for years. <As a congressman in 2004, Bolsonaro wrote a series of letters to neo-Nazi websites, saying things like “you guys are the reason I am in politics.” Grounded on a platform of anti-communist hate speech, his presidency unleashed a flood of public support for fascism, which had been latent since the end of the dictatorship. According to Brazilian law, Nazi organizations are illegal, but according to anthropology professor and Nazi researcher Adriana Dias, there are currently 530 neo-Nazi cells operating in Brazil. Since 2012, these organizations have had increasing interactions with Ukrainian Nazi organizations, which have resulted in Brazilian Nazis gaining combat experience with Azov in Donbas and a campaign to “Ukraine Brazil” run by a right-wing extremist faction of Bolsonaro supporters. https://www.mintpressnews.com/azov-brazil-connection-neo-nazis-pushing-ukraine/279943/ >The lost boys of Ukraine: How the war abroad beckoned American white supremacists <Ultranationalist protest groups — instrumental in the toppling of Yanukovych government — transformed overnight into volunteer battalions like Right Sector and Azov, then rushed to the eastern front, where they were lauded as patriots for undertaking the heavy fighting while the under-resourced Ukrainian state military scrambled to mobilize. <Azov in particular has leveraged its social capital by integrating into the Ukrainian National Guard, where it wields outsized influence in Ukraine’s democratically elected government. The emergence of Azov Battalion and Right Sector in Ukraine in 2014 electrified the neo-Nazi movement in the United States, Western Europe and Australia, presenting a tangible model for how the far right could topple a government and wage a nationalist war to forge a new society in a predominantly white country. https://triad-city-beat.com/the-lost-boys-of-ukraine/ >Like, Share, Recruit: How a White-Supremacist Militia Uses Facebook to Radicalize and Train New Members <Outside Ukraine, Azov occupies a central role in a network of extremist groups stretching from California across Europe to New Zealand, according to law enforcement officials on three continents. And it acts as a magnet for young men eager for combat experience. Ali Soufan, a security consultant and former FBI agent who has studied Azov, estimates that more than 17,000 foreign fighters have come to Ukraine over the past six years from 50 countries. <The vast majority have no apparent links to far-right ideology. But as Soufan looked into the recruitment methods of Ukraine’s more radical militias, he found an alarming pattern. It reminded him of Afghanistan in the 1990s, after Soviet forces withdrew and the U.S. failed to fill the security vacuum. “Pretty soon the extremists took over. The Taliban was in charge. And we did not wake up until 9/11,” Soufan tells TIME. “This is the parallel now with Ukraine.” <At a hearing of the House Committee on Homeland Security in September 2019, Soufan urged lawmakers to take the threat more seriously. The following month, 40 members of Congress signed a letter calling—unsuccessfully—for the U.S. State Department to designate Azov a foreign terrorist organization. “Azov has been recruiting, radicalizing, and training American citizens for years,” the letter said. Christopher Wray, the director of the FBI, later confirmed in testimony to the U.S. Senate that American white supremacists are “actually traveling overseas to train.” https://time.com/5926750/azov-far-right-movement-facebook/ >Croatia Key to Ukrainian Far-Right’s International Ambitions <In 2014 and 2015, Seler was among 20-30 Croatians who fought as part of the Azov volunteer battalion against Russian-backed rebels in eastern Ukraine, in a war that has killed some 13,000 and rumbles on today despite an official ceasefire. Azov’s political wing is forging ties with a right-wing Croatian political bloc that made a strong showing in European elections in May, and the Ukrainian movement will hold a conference in Zagreb in September at which it may unveil plans for a ‘Foreign Legion’ of far-right sympathisers, built with the help of a Croatian war veteran. <Azov hosts an annual ‘Paneuropa’ conference for allies from western Europe as well as an annual ‘Intermarium’ conference aimed at central and eastern Europe, mainly those countries that were once behind the Iron Curtain or part of socialist Yugoslavia.Kyiv-based researcher Alexandra Wishart said Azov had given the idea new life, promoting it as a “springboard” to build an east European confederation of right-wing nationalist “ethno-states” free from what Azov perceives as the ‘cultural Marxism’ of the EU and the ‘neo-Bolshevism’ of Russia. https://balkaninsight.com/2019/07/18/croatia-key-to-ukrainian-far-rights-international-ambitions/ >Azov, Ukraine's Most Prominent Ultranationalist Group, Sets Its Sights On U.S., Europe <"Azov has made far-right nationalism fashionable, and they have been strategic in how they portray themselves, shedding the typical neo-Nazi trappings," [far-right researcher] Hrytsenko told RFE/RL. "This has helped them to move from a subculture to the mainstream." <Explaining that strategy, Semenyaka [international secretary for Azov's political wing], who has been photographed holding a flag with a swastika and making a Nazi salute, said that "more radical" language was used previously, such as during the height of the war in 2014, when the Azov Battalion needed fighters, "because it was required by the situation." "We are trying to become mainstream without compromising some of our core ideas," she continued, adding that "radical statements…scare away more of society." Another thing that has helped, Hrytsenko noted, is that Ukraine's break from Russia and move toward the European Union has allowed Ukrainians visa-free travel, making Azov's outreach easier logistically. Semenyaka participated in and blogged about the Young Europe Forum in Dresden in August alongside far-right sympathizers from groups in Germany, Italy, and Austria. Specifically, she said she has met with those from groups that Azov considers close allies – for instance, Greece's Golden Dawn, Italy's CasaPound, Poland’s Szturmowcy, and Germany's National Democratic Party and Alternative For Germany. https://www.rferl.org/a/azov-ukraine-s-most-prominent-ultranationalist-group-sets-its-sights-on-u-s-europe/29600564.html
Anonymous 2022-03-29 (Tue) 22:08:15 No. 10244
The largest news network in the world next to Reuters and Associated Press just dropped all pretenses and published an article onesidedly defending and whitwashing the Neo-Nazis in Ukraine. Kind of like many Nazi collaborators did in trying to drum up volunteers to fight as cannon fodder on the Eastern Front as "anti-bolshevik heroes defending Europa"
Subtext of the article:
>calling them Nazis is just Russian propaganda, their president is Jewish so he cant be a Nazi or Nazi collaborateur >people didnt join the Nazi battalion out of ideology but because they are just good fightes >the Nazi flag and emblem are just kept as a memorial of defeating the Russian separatists >the association with Nazis is just a misunderstanding >its just soft nationalism >they are heroic fighters for Ukrainians (except the native Russian minority)
Anonymous 2022-03-30 (Wed) 04:59:21 No. 10249 https://nitter.fdn.fr/RealScottRitter/status/1508813631311466496#m
Scott RItter analyzing Russian maneuvers. Dude is like a reformed glowie (a more-patriotic-than-the-patriots conservative), ex-Marine, was a UN weapons inspector who inspected Iraqi weapons before the 03 war and spoke out against it at the time. Studied how to beat the Soviets in college. Seems like his knowledge is legitimate. Here's a long video interview he just did.
Moon of Alabama (which should always be taken with a grain of salt, but still) came to the same conclusions and they seem to be pretty reasonable. He's betting on four more weeks until the encircled ukrainian troops are destroyed, which would fit some estimates I saw a while ago that the war would probably be finished by the end of April. So I guess people will keep complaining about nothing much happening for the foreseeable future, but the war seems much pretty won by the Russians by now I guess all that remains uncertain is how far they'll want to advance; it seems like a wasted opportunity not to llink up with Transnistria, but who knows?
Anonymous 2022-03-30 (Wed) 06:31:24 No. 10252
Meanwhile another fake debunked:
>Fake: Militiamen in Donbas complain on camera that they were sent to be slaughtered. The video is circulating on social media and the media. Truth: The first thing that alarms in the video is the extremely poor quality of the video, this is the main attribute of all the fakes we have previously refuted. The worse the quality, the easier it is to pass the production off as reality. Naturally, it is almost impossible to get such a “blurred” video recording, most likely the quality was lowered at the editing stage in order to hide details: for example, a clear out of sync in the sound and lip movement at some points. It also interferes with the identification of people on video through specialized applications that help find their social networks by avatars. The speaking person is almost never in focus of the camera. Part of the video has no internoise, which is impossible for filming in a car. Even if we imagine that the car stood still for the first part of the video, and the engine was started only after a while, the internoise is still very quiet, perhaps there are several layers in the voice acting: on one of them the sound of voices recorded in the studio, and on the other - outsiders noises. In the back of a truck with the engine on, the interlocutors must shout to hear each other, but everyone speaks in a calm voice. In addition, all speakers sound at approximately the same volume, despite the fact that they are at different distances from the camera and microphone, the sound level does not change even when panning, and this is excluded by the laws of physics. >Simultaneously with this video, several materials appeared on the network at once, where forced mobilization in the Donbass is painted in colors, all of them seem to be written according to the same TK. Previously, we have already exposed numerous videos prepared and edited by Ukrainian kreofarms. Video editing, computer graphics and even games are used to create them. In their preparation, studio recordings of voices were also used.
Anonymous 2022-03-31 (Thu) 19:12:56 No. 10258
Overview of Ukrainian labor and socialist movements, useful for checking their positions on current events.
Anonymous 2022-04-01 (Fri) 14:46:52 No. 10270 More on the collaboration between Ukrainian neonazis and their international counterparts >Rebuttal: Ukraine Is Emerging as Critical Node for White-Supremacy Extremists <In his recent article “Is Ukraine a Hub for International White Supremacist Fighters?” Huseyn Aliyev argues that the phenomenon of foreigners traveling to join the conflict in eastern Ukraine has died down since late 2014 […] He strongly suggests that the threat posed by neo-Nazis and others with far-right views who have connections to Ukraine is overblown. The Soufan Center’s research, to which both authors of this rebuttal have contributed, suggests the opposite. By focusing on the waning number of foreign ultranationalist fighters present in Ukraine, Aliyev downplays both the immediate dangers posed by radicals with battlefield experience and the threat that comes from Ukraine's new significance as what we believe to be a hub for far-right groups to network and exchange expertise. Just as Salafi-jihadists have used conflicts in Afghanistan, the Balkans, Chechnya, Iraq and Syria to gain combat experience, so too do white supremacists use Ukraine as a battlefield laboratory in the present day. And as the conflict in Afghanistan gave birth to a transnational Salafi-jihadist organization, al-Qaeda, with members of different nationalities, so too could the dynamics of the Ukraine conflict enable a right-wing equivalent, in our view. https://russiamatters.org/analysis/rebuttal-ukraine-emerging-critical-node-white-supremacy-extremists >A Year After 1/6, Ukraine's War Draws U.S. Far-Right to Fight Russia, Train for Violence at Home <"We interviewed members of a white supremacy group called the Atomwaffen Division (now known as the National Socialist Order) who has sent members to train in Ukraine," van Zeller said, "where neo-Nazi militias have recruited white supremacists from around the world to join their fight against Russia and advance racist ideology." <"These efforts to attract misguided young men, propagate racist conspiracy theories and incite violence are inseparable from the so-called 'lone wolf' attacks we see so often here in the United States," van Zeller said. <"Since the 2014 Maidan revolution, the government, military and security forces have institutionalized in its ranks former militias and volunteer battalions linked to neo-Nazi ideology," Kuzmenko told Newsweek. "Without screening for extremist ties or views, their integration has not led to depoliticization and/or dissolution once incorporated within the larger body of the government military and security forces." <"Via Azov's political wing – the National Corps party; described by researchers as neo-Nazi," Kuzmenko added, "the movement has gone international on multiple fronts with known contacts in Germany's neo-Nazi Third Path (Der Dritte Weg) party, America's Rise Above Movement, Italy's Casa Pound, etc.; but also with less-scrutinized international contacts via other branches of the movement that draw less attention but may carry equally dangerous implications." https://www.newsweek.com/ukraine-war-draws-us-far-right-fight-russia-violence-home-1665027 >Blowback: An Inside Look at How US-Funded Fascists in Ukraine Mentor US White Supremacists <Not only are white supremacists from across the West flocking to Ukraine to learn from the combat experience of their fascist brothers-in-arms, they are doing so openly — chronicling their experiences on social media before they bring their lessons back home. But U.S. law enforcement has done nothing so far to restrict the flow of right-wing American extremists to Azov’s bases.There is one likely explanation for the U.S. government’s hands-off approach to Azov recruitment: the extremist militia is fighting pro-Russian separatists as a front-line proxy of Washington. In fact, the United States has directly armed the Azov Battalion, forking over anti-tank rocket launchers and even sending a team of Army officers to meet in the field with Azov commanders in 2017. <“With its military experience and weapons, Azov has the ability to blackmail the government and defend themselves politically against any opposition. They openly say that if the government will not advance an ideology similar to theirs, they will overthrow it,” Ivan Katchanovski, a professor of political science at the University of Ottawa and leading expert on Ukraine’s far-right, commented. "Currently the organizations that are fascist are stronger in Ukraine than in any other country in the world. But this fact is not reported by Western media because they see these organizations as supportive of the geopolitical agenda against Russia. So condemnations are limited to violence or human rights abuses.” <The revelations of collaboration between violent American white supremacists and a neo-Nazi militia armed by the Pentagon add another scandalous chapter to a long history of blowback that dates back to the 1950’s, when the CIA rehabilitated several Ukrainian Nazi collaborators as anti-communist assets in the Cold War. https://www.mintpressnews.com/us-backed-fascist-azov-battalion-in-ukraine-is-training-and-radicalizing-american-white-supremacists/251951/ >Ukrainian neo-Nazis flock to the Hong Kong protest movement <The US government has funded many of the groups leading the pro-Western and anti-Beijing movement, and opposition leaders have coordinated closely with conservative political figures in Washington like Marco Rubio and Steve Bannon, lobbying for sanctions and other punitive measures against China.Numerous delegations of far-right groups from across the world have traveled to Hong Kong […] The latest collection of extreme-right activists to reinforce the ranks of the Hong Kong separatists are from Ukraine. They call themselves Gonor and have tattoos on their upper torsos with undeniable symbols of white supremacy and neo-Nazism. These extremists previously fought in a notoriously brutal neo-Nazi militia called the Azov Battalion, in Ukraine’s war against pro-Russian militants. https://thegrayzone.com/2019/12/04/ukrainian-nazis-hong-kong-protests/
There is an interview (in Russian) with two members of Gonor here, in which they go into detail about their experiences at Maidan, the war in the Donbass and exporting street protest skills abroad:
https://babel.ua/ru/texts/39816-kogda-lyudi-hodili-v-universitety-my-rubilis-s-musorami-na-barrikadah-dvoe-ultras-rasskazyvayut-kak-dralis-na-bankovoy-valili-lenina-voevali-i-ezdili-v-gonkong-bolshoe-intervyu >U.S.-funded Belarusian regime-change activist arrested on plane joined neo-Nazis in Ukraine <[…]Western governments and major corporate media outlets blasted the government of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko as a brutal dictatorship while lavishing praise on Protasevich, portraying the high-profile opposition figure as a heroic human rights defender. What they refused to acknowledge is Protasevich’s recent history serving with a neo-Nazi militia in Ukraine, and his extensive ties to other far-right extremist organizations. <A leader of Ukraine’s notorious Azov Battalion, an explicitly neo-Nazi militia that uses white supremacist imagery, publicly acknowledged that Protasevich joined the fight alongside Azov. A Ukrainian newspaper reported that Protasevich worked with the neo-Nazi militia’s press service. The influence of Azov and similar ultra-nationalist groups in Ukraine has extended well outside of its borders, spilling over into neighboring countries in Eastern Europe, while also influencing politics in Canada and even Hong Kong, where Azov extremists joined a Western-backed “color revolution” operation targeting China. <Like Azov, Protasevich has benefited from direct support from Western governments. Just as the neo-Nazi Ukrainian militia received weapons and military training from the United States in order to fight in its proxy war against Russia, Protasevich’s media career was launched by a U.S. government-backed outlet, Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty, which was created by the CIA as part of an information war against Moscow. https://mronline.org/2021/05/27/u-s-funded-belarusian-regime-change-activist-arrested-on-plane-joined-neo-nazis-in-ukraine/
>Western media, even Bellingcat, failed to save the reputation of neo-Nazi soldier Protasevich
Multiple western outlets try to save the reputation of Protasevich. It backfires spectacularly when information comes out that he was not merely a journalist but actively fighting on the frontlines for ideological reasons.
<The final blow came from Protasevich himself. Indeed, in September 2015, he had given an interview to the media outlet Nasha Niva. In the interview, Protasevitch is referred to as ‘Kim’. He says that he was wounded near Shirokino, which is consistent with other elements of Protasevich’s biography. He also says that he fights in Ukraine because he has Ukrainian ancestors, that he hates communists and Russia as the successor of the USSR, and to “stop Putin’s Russian horde” before they attack Belarus. He even recounts his first fight and his first shot! What a strange journalist he is. https://mronline.org/2021/06/01/western-media-even-bellingcat-failed-to-save-the-reputation-of-neo-nazi-soldier-protasevich/
Anonymous 2022-04-07 (Thu) 23:50:12 No. 10321
'Russophobia' social experiment
Anonymous 2022-04-08 (Fri) 02:20:21 No. 10323
>>10322 >Lots of the victims have white arm bands and Russian MRE bags on them. >Ukraine didn't do real forensics.
If they really believed it was Russian war crimes they would have done detailed autopsies establishing exact time, location and cause of death for each victim overseen by UN investigators in the country. instead, they did a media spectacle to convict Russia in the court of public opinion and then disposed of the bodies.
Anonymous 2022-04-08 (Fri) 02:34:39 No. 10326
Retards in G*rmany vandalize the Treptower Park Soviet War Memorial. The statue depicts a Soviet soldier with a sword holding a German child, trampling a swastika. The prototype for the statue was sergeant Nikolai Masalov, who during the storming of Berlin risked his life under Nazi machine gun fire and Soviet shelling to save a little German girl who was left stranded in the battlefield as her mother was shot in the back by Nazis while trying to make it out of Tiergarten. This is just one of a series of continues attacks on Soviet monuments over the decades after the fall of the Warsaw Pact. Poland has been the most active in such destruction even to national heroes that had fought on the side of the USSR.
The comment section is full of Banderite diasporids.
Anonymous 2022-04-08 (Fri) 03:17:53 No. 10327 THE PSYWAR: Ukraine Edition >Behind NATO’s ‘cognitive warfare’: ‘Battle for your brain’ waged by Western militaries <Until recently, NATO had divided war into five different operational domains: air, land, sea, space, and cyber. But with its development of cognitive warfare strategies, the military alliance is discussing a new, sixth level: the “human domain.” <A 2020 NATO-sponsored study of this new form of warfare clearly explained, "While actions taken in the five domains are executed in order to have an effect on the human domain, cognitive warfare’s objective is to make everyone a weapon." <“The brain will be the battlefield of the 21st century,” the report stressed. “Humans are the contested domain,” and “future conflicts will likely occur amongst the people digitally first and physically thereafter in proximity to hubs of political and economic power.” […] "The human is very often the main vulnerability and it should be acknowledged in order to protect NATO’s human capital but also to be able to benefit from our adversaries’s vulnerabilities." […] “the objective of Cognitive Warfare is to harm societies and not only the military.” <[…] the report emphasized that Western militaries must work more closely with academia to weaponize social sciences and human sciences and help the alliance develop its cognitive warfare capacities. The study described this phenomenon as “the militarization of brain science.” But it appears clear that NATO’s development of cognitive warfare will lead to a militarization of all aspects of human society and psychology, from the most intimate of social relationships to the mind itself. Such all-encompassing militarization of society is reflected in the paranoid tone of the NATO-sponsored report, which warned of “an embedded fifth column, where everyone, unbeknownst to him or her, is behaving according to the plans of one of our competitors.” The study makes it clear that those “competitors” purportedly exploiting the consciousness of Western dissidents are China and Russia. https://mronline.org/2021/10/13/behind-natos-cognitive-warfare-battle-for-your-brain-waged-by-western-militaries/
Not at all specifically about Ukraine, but an excellent primer on cognitive warfare and its future.
>Ukraine’s Propaganda War: International PR Firms, DC Lobbyists and CIA Cutouts <Behind Ukraine’s public relations effort is an army of foreign political strategists, Washington DC lobbyists, and a network of intelligence-linked media outlets. <Ukraine’s propaganda strategy earned it praise from a NATO commander who told the Washington Post, “They are really excellent in stratcom — media, info ops, and also psy-ops.” The Post ultimately conceded that “Western officials say that while they cannot independently verify much of the information that Kyiv puts out about the evolving battlefield situation, including casualty figures for both sides, it nonetheless represents highly effective stratcom.” <Key to the propaganda effort is an international legion of public relations firms working directly with Ukraine’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs to wage information warfare. https://www.mintpressnews.com/ukraine-propaganda-war-international-pr-firms-dc-lobbyists-cia-cutouts/280012/
This article has a LOT of info on how the pro-Ukrainian propaganda has been operating, very recommended.
>Documents Reveal US Gov’t Spent $22M Promoting Anti-Russia Narrative in Ukraine and Abroad <Amid soaring tensions with Russia, the United States is spending a fortune on foreign interference campaigns in Ukraine. Washington’s regime-change arm, the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), has spent $22.4 million on operations inside the country since 2014, when democratically-elected President Viktor Yanukovych was overthrown and replaced by a successor government handpicked by the U.S. Those operations included propping up and training pro-Western political parties, funding pliant media organizations, and subsidizing massive privatization drives that benefit foreign multinational corporations, all in an effort to secure U.S. control over the country that NED President Carl Gershman called “the biggest prize” in Europe. <The post-2014 government, installed after the Maidan Revolution, has already implemented a course of economic shock therapy, selling off many of the country’s state-owned assets, in the process turning Ukraine into, by quite some margin, the poorest nation in Europe (although it has also helped create many new billionaires). Nevertheless, the U.S. wants to see further privatizations, along the lines of what it helped implement in Russia in the 1990s. <The point, of course, is to develop a cadre of pro-Western neoliberal thought leaders who will ally themselves to the United States and its vision for Ukraine. Left unstated in all this is that the U.S. is deciding who exactly this new generation of leaders comprises. And for all the nods towards diversity and liberalism, the U.S.’ record in Eastern Europe shows they are happy to support fascists and other highly anti-democratic forces. Those who do not share Washington’s goals for Ukraine need not apply. Thus, by using its financial muscle to support only one side in this debate, NED hopes to engineer a future in which pro-Russia, anti-privatization political figures and movements are sidelined and marginalized. https://www.mintpressnews.com/documents-reveal-us-ned-spent-22m-promoting-anti-russia-narrative-ukraine/279734/
Anonymous 2022-04-08 (Fri) 03:59:52 No. 10328
>>10327 >the report emphasized that Western militaries must work more closely with academia to weaponize social sciences and human sciences and help the alliance develop its cognitive warfare capacities.
damn, I wish NATO would pay me to pontificate on this sort of thing rather than having to give away all of my incredible insights for free, ad-hoc, to a mostly unsympathetic audience of streaming enthusiasts.
though tbh most of what i have to say is worked out backwards - identifying ways in which commercial actors have already declared war on your brain and trying to encourage small numbers of people to identify the situation and act to mitigate it. useful in a liberal 'helped-that-starfish!' sort of sense, but all stuff NATO'd already know.
which is an arrogant way of saying: people should keep in mind that NATO aren't the only ones after your brain. you can run off all the anti-NATO talking points you want on Twitter, and if at the end of the day you're driving up engagement on Twitter, Twitter's the one who's winning.
and NATO might be too. Counter-intuitively, I suspect having people argue against you on social media might actually help - if I wanted to help get support for NATO aid to Ukraine, the last thing I'd want is for people to be distracted by the man hitting the other man. Keep a few Pro-Russia people around to argue against the NATO line, and now you've got an argument - the argument sucks people in to discourse and that keeps Ukraine on their minds. The ideal strategy for Russia, perversely, might be to fold so westerners get bored, but of course they can't practically implement that strategy.
hey wait, I can do this, NATO/CIA/MI5 if you're reading this a gimmie a job already
but seriously, attention is now the most valuable commodity there is and people should hoard it as such.
Anonymous 2022-04-09 (Sat) 00:43:44 No. 10340 >>10326
A lib wrote "STALIN=PUTIN"… On a FUCKING WW2 MEMORIAL?!
This is too stupid to even be a parody.
Anonymous 2022-04-09 (Sat) 00:44:50 No. 10341
>>10332 >sjws are just like le nazis
whoa so true sis
Anonymous 2022-04-09 (Sat) 00:51:27 No. 10343
>>10326 >>10340 >STALIN=PUTIN
I "knew" this guy was based
Anonymous 2022-04-14 (Thu) 14:08:46 No. 10376
https://time.com/5926750/azov-far-right-movement-facebook/ >In their letter to the State Department in 2019, U.S. lawmakers noted that “the link between Azov and acts of terror in America is clear.” >Apart from offering a place for foreign radicals to study the tricks and tools of war, the Azov movement, through its online propaganda, has fueled a global ideology of hate that now inspires more terrorist attacks in the U.S. than Islamic extremism does and is a growing threat throughout the Western world. >After the worst such attack in recent years—the massacre of 51 people in Christchurch, New Zealand, in 2019—an arm of the Azov movement helped distribute the terrorist’s raving manifesto, in print and online, seeking to glorify his crimes and inspire others to follow. In the 16 years that followed the attacks of 9/11, far-right groups were responsible for nearly three-quarters of the 85 deadly extremist incidents that took place on American soil, according to a report published in 2017 by the U.S. Government Accountability Office. >Among Azov’s closest American allies has been the Rise Above Movement, or RAM, a far-right gang, some of whose members have been charged by the FBI with a series of violent attacks in California. The group’s leader, Robert Rundo, has said his idea for RAM came from Ukraine’s far-right scene. “This is always my whole inspiration for everything,” he told a right-wing podcast in September 2017, referring to Azov as “the future.”
It also gives some background as to how that british guy got into the Ukrainian marines. Cossac whatever his name is. Probably has fascist sympathies by the looks of it.
Anonymous 2022-04-14 (Thu) 18:34:25 No. 10380
Any documents on the crimes commited by ukraine in donbas?
Anonymous 2022-04-15 (Fri) 10:22:19 No. 10385
Ukrainian ultra-rightists given major cabinet posts in government
The ultra-right Svoboda Party has scored six major cabinet ministries in the government of Arseniy Yatsenyuk approved by the Ukrainian parliament on Thursday. Svoboda is an ultra-right, anti-Semitic, Russophobic party with its base of support in the Western Ukraine.
The most important post was claimed by a co-founder of Svoboda, Andriy Parubiy. He was named Secretary of the Security and National Defense Committee, which supervises the defense ministry and the armed forces.
The Parubiy appointment to such an important post should, alone, be cause for international outrage. He led the masked Svoboda and Right Sector thugs who battled riot police in the Independence Maidan in Kiev.
The Right Sector is an openly fascist, anti-Semitic and anti-Russian organization. Most of the snipers and bomb throwers in the crowds were connected with this group.
Right Sector members have been participating in military training camps for the last two years or more in preparation for street activity of the kind witnessed in the Ukraine over the last few months.
The Right Sector, as can be seen by the appointment of Parubiy, is now in a position to control major appointments to the provisional government and has succeeded in achieving its long time goal of legalizing discrimination against Russians. The new parliament has passed legislation that declares Russian speakers no longer have equal rights with Ukrainians. Svoboda and the Right Sector, as can be seen by the appointment of Parubiy, are now in a position to control major appointments to the provisional government and have succeeded in achieving their long-time goal of legalizing discrimination against Russians.
Parubiy is also associated with Prime Minister Yatsenyuk’s Fatherland Party. Dmytro Yarosh, leader of the Right Sector delegation in parliament, was named Parubiy’s deputy. These appointments of open fascists to control of the armed forces are particularly alarming given the possibility of provocations against the Russian naval base in Sevastopol.
Oleksandr Sych, a Svoboda parliamentarian from Ivano-Frankivsk best known for his attempts to ban all abortions in Ukraine, including those resulting from rape, was named deputy prime minister for economic affairs. Svoboda was also rewarded with the Education Ministry under Serhiy Kvit, as well as the Ecology Ministry and the Agriculture Ministry under Andriy Makhnyk and Ihor Shvaiko, respectively.
Earlier in the week Svoboda member of parliament Oleh Makhnitsky was named prosecutor-general of the Ukraine.
Others with ultra-right associations with the Ukrainian National Assembly – Ukrainian National Self Defense (UNA-UNSO) also received cabinet posts. Tetyana Chernovol, portrayed in the Western press as a crusading investigative journalist without reference to her past involvement in the anti-Semitic UNA-UNSO, was named chair of the government’s anti-corruption committee. Dmytro Bulatov, known for his alleged kidnapping by police, but also with UNA-UNSO connections, was appointed minister of youth and sports.
Yatsenuyk’s Fatherland Party, and figures close to it, obtained 10 cabinet posts, including deputy prime minister for EU integration, interior, justice, energy, infrastructure, defense, culture, social issues, and a minister without portfolio. Yegor Sobolev, leader of a civic group in Independence Maidan and politically close to Yatsenyuk, was appointed chair of the Lustration Committee, charged with purging followers of President Yanukovych from government and public life.
In a society where oligarchs play such an important political and economic role it is unsurprising that Volodymyr Groysman, mayor of Vinnytsa and close associate of oligarch Petro Poroshenko, was chosen as deputy prime minister for regional affairs. Groysman was also close to former President Viktor Yushchenko. The new finance minister, Oleksander Shlapak, is a representative of oligarch Ihor Kolomoyskiy, the second wealthiest man in the Ukraine.
The remaining cabinet posts went to technocrats, a doctor who organized medical services for the Maidan protestors, and a retired police general.
The interim cabinet matches exactly the government which U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland recommended in her intercepted call with the U.S. ambassador in Kiev where she revealed the U.S. plan for a coup in Ukraine.
Vitali Klitschko and his UDAR party are excluded, likely because of their close relationship with German chancellor Angela Merkel. Yatsenuyk’s Fatherland Party receives the majority of portfolios. And as Nuland demanded, so long as Svoboda leader Oleh Tyahnybok did not receive a major cabinet post, Svoboda could receive several ministries.
In the eyes of many these facts are indicative of U.S. involvement in what has essentially been a coup against the elected government of the Ukraine.
In other developments in Ukraine, President Viktor Yanukovych was reported to be in Moscow, where it was announced that he was receiving protection from the Russian security service because of threats on his life by political “extremists.”
He will reportedly appear at a press conference in Rostov-on-Don later today. Clashes between the Crimean Tartar minority and ethnic Russians occurred outside the Crimean parliament building in Simferopol, while armed pro-Russian demonstrators continued to hold the parliament building itself.
Anonymous 2022-04-15 (Fri) 10:32:58 No. 10386
Thank you comradre. These are great resources.
Anonymous 2022-04-17 (Sun) 14:45:18 No. 10391
If people can post more or Russell Bentley's stuff that'd be great
An interview with Gerald Celente.
Anonymous 2022-04-19 (Tue) 19:43:16 No. 10407
Watch: Ukrainian police force video casts doubt on Bucha ‘war crimes’ allegations
A YouTube video uploaded by the Ukrainian Police Force on 2 April casts doubt on claims of war crimes against Bucha civilians by Russian forces.
Russian officials denied the allegations, claiming it was an event staged by Kiev in the days after their forces had left the area. Images distributed widely on Western media appeared to show the victim’s bodies had been recently killed, due to the fact rigor mortis was not apparent and exhibited fresh blood injuries. Russia has called an extraordinary meeting of the UN Security Council over the incident.
https://dailytelegraph.co.nz/news/ukrainian-police-force-video-casts-doubt-on-bucha-war-crimes-allegations/ Staged massacre in Bucha
The city of Bucha, in Ukraine, has recently come to the attention of the U.S. and EU corporate media, for the purpose of criminalizing Russia for the supposed assassination of 300 civilians. However, the lack of evidence for these claims brings into doubt any allegations that the Russian military was involved.
After the Ukronazi regime of Volodimir Zelensky published images depicting corpses in Bucha, supposedly killed by the Russian military, in the middle of the street and in mass graves, calls have been issued for Russia to be tried internationally for war crimes.
Anonymous 2022-04-19 (Tue) 19:45:25 No. 10408
Nazi Exodus: How Russian Nazis ended up in Ukraine
Russian Nazis play a significant role in the Ukrainian far-right movement, even though Ukraine is at war with Russia. The Marker has talked to experts in the field of far-right extremism—journalists, researchers and activists of the anti-fascist movement—and found out which of the Russian Nazis have fled to Ukraine and why.
Anonymous 2022-04-19 (Tue) 20:00:13 No. 10409
There's a version of this video where the Polish MP does the roman salute. Conveniently cut out from this video.
Anonymous 2022-04-19 (Tue) 20:12:43 No. 10410
In Ukraine, the US Trains an Army in the West to Fight in the East
For more than two years, some 300 American soldiers have been quietly helping train an enormous partner military in western Ukraine.
Anonymous 2022-04-19 (Tue) 20:13:46 No. 10411
HOW THE US PUSHED UKRAINE INTO THE WAR
April 4, 2022
The Russian Army operation in Ukraine revealed important circumstances which led to the confrontation. It becomes clear that Ukraine started to prepare for the war as far back as 2014 i.e. eight years ago. To put it more accurately, Ukraine was purposefully pushed into the war. For many observers Russia’s actions in Ukraine looked unexpected. Now on the basis of many available facts it seems that the war was inevitable and that Russia was forced into it. The United States of America all these eight years played a dirty strategic game of pushing two brotherly peoples into a bloody war against each other.
Anonymous 2022-04-21 (Thu) 19:35:06 No. 10432 >>10318
Neo-Nazi Torture Dungeon:
Kharkiv human rights group articles (e.g.
War thread from military analysis sandpoint
Anonymous 2022-04-23 (Sat) 23:57:11 No. 10442
post it if you can find it please
Anonymous 2022-05-08 (Sun) 05:47:06 No. 10547
Article about Afghani DNR soldier
Anonymous 2022-05-20 (Fri) 03:39:55 No. 10735
>>10330 >Rusich uses the volknot but they are PMC not army
So that's suspicious
And the DPR soldier has 2 nazi symbols on the same patch, he would not be accidentally using an azov coat with nazi symbology during a photoshoot.
I know DPR had a lot of far right militias since the start of the Ukraine conflict, not sure about any neonazi ones but definitely some similar people ideologically, minus perhaps the explicit race cuckoldry. There is also that wagner guy with all the nazi tats. There are neonazis in Russia just like in Ukraine, even if they are supported by the state less. There is a fuck of a lot of far right guys in the Russian military for sure though. Same with DPR/LPR.
Anonymous 2022-05-20 (Fri) 08:13:56 No. 10736
>>10735 >wagner guy with all the nazi tats
He hasn't been heard of in a long time and isn't actually in the war.
>some similar people ideologically
Most Russian nationalists are rather mild compared to Azov and the West, they're closer to NazBols than Nazi and it comes from radicalization during the 90s during the turmoil that essentially made the far-left and far-right of Russia the main opposition to centralist bourgs. It's a lot more complicated than the barbaric nazism of Azov or the retarded race-obsessed stormfags of /pol/
Anonymous 2022-05-22 (Sun) 21:44:17 No. 10756
Its a CNN report on supposed Russians executing civilians in march. The event revolves around the dealership being controlled by Ukrainians and Russians at different points and it's hilarious how much they have to grasp stitching together disparate footage in incoherent ways full of plot-holes, even with complete editorial control, omitting all the relevant information and so on, to make it seem like it is the Russians arriving in the spray painted "V" "tank batallion"/RUS" white civilian van who then kill the owner and ransack the building, before the wounded dying guard calls to the heroic Ukrainian resistance , which upon arriving forces the Russians to leave in their armored transport , which the civilian van has presumably morphed into.
<Video shows Russian soldiers killing 2 civilians before they ransack a business https://edition.cnn.com/2022/05/11/europe/ukraine-video-russian-soldiers-shoot-civilians/index.html
I'm being facetious, but even disregarding how reaching and dishonest and cherrypicked the various footage is… well the timeline makes no sense and it's blatantly fake.
The Yellow car is present and in the same place when the Totally-not-ukrop Van arrives, when the Totally-not-ukrop soldiers talk with the owner and check his jacket and later in (2:22) when the Totally-not-ukrop soldiers, which are in matching clothes with the ones ransacking the office, are seen approaching the dealership from the guard post.
This last moment, linked by the yellow car to the rest above, is tagged by the camera as 18-03-2022 Fri 16:32:03, while the footage of the actual Russians, getting out from the armored transport in the back camera which later they leave into(and has marks) is actually from (1:44) 19-03-2022 Sat 13:XX:XX. Though if we look at the monitor at (0:55) you can clearly see the scene of the Russians arriving while the civilians prepare to meet them, actually narrowing it down to about the same time 18-03-2022 Sat 13:48:53.
The video is a mess of inconsistencies like this, but that alone dismantles the narrative that the Russians were there first and then were forced to retreat. Strongly indicating that the real Russians, the ones who come and leave in their armored transport arrived after the totally-not-Ukrops.
The camera info alone shows that , in addition to the above, the Russians arrive at (0:49) 19-03-2022 Sat 13:XX:XX and the Ukrops """finding""" the body happens at (2:50) 19-03-2022 Sat 18:48:36, scarcely 5 hours appart.
And the video at (1:26) of the civilians walking back with coat in hand, but shows a "i" on the cropped camera info that strongly indicates it was "Fri" footage, a day before the Russians came. And one day before they are shown at (0:55) getting ready to meet the Russians. So they couldnt have been shot dead and revived.
The lack of the yellow car also means the shooting footage was not recorded immediately after interacting with the totally-not-ukrops as the narrative implies, which as established before happened on Fri.
I'm not saying that one can reconstruct the event from what the CNN is putting out, it's a mess of cropped, cherry-picked seconds and angles from literal days of pristine footage that they must have, but you can certainly tell how much dishonest liars they are being, and how bad they are at it.
Here, I compiled a list of the displayed information for each clip where it's available:
0:49 -- 19-03-2022 Sat 13:XX:XX V8_Shop_Back Soldiers approaching from back camera next to container, footage tagged at (1:44)
0:55 -- 18-03-2022 Sat 13:48:53 V8_KPP1/V8_KPP2 Civilians dress up meet soldiers from camera inside guardpost(V8_KPP2) and soldier looking inside through window in other camera (V8_KPP1)
1:26 -- XX-XX-XXXX XXi 15:10:46 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX (lower left square) Civilians walking back through main entrance road, one of the with coat in hand
2:19 -- 18-03-2022 Fri 16:32:41 V8_Shop_Enter Soldiers with white armbands approaching from the guard post from cameraon main building front opposed to guard post
2:22 -- 18-03-2022 Fri 16:32:03 V8_FasadR_KPP Soldiers with white armbands looking in the guard post from camera behind close to guard post (same camera)
2:26 -- 18-03-2022 Fri 16:37:12 V8_Shop-Sto Soldiers with white armbands walking through main road entrance without distress from camera on main building
2:50 -- 19-03-2022 Sat 18:48:36 V8_KPP2 Soldiers with blue armbands open the guard post and find corpse of red shirted bald man
2:53 -- 19-03-2022 Sat 18:50:02 V8_KPP2 Soldiers with blue armbands enter the guard post where blood drag marks indicate the corpse has been dragged out
3:01 -- 18-XX-XXXX XXX XXXXXXXX Diz Supposed Russian attack on the Ukrainian rescuers, window blowing up from inside the office
The likely story is the Ukrops shot the civilians at some point for harboring/calling the Russians or something along those lines. It's such a bad look for CNN that they went so far to expose themselves as bad liars instead of making unbacked, unfalsifiable assertions. if you use youtube-dl or similar, you can download the video in 1080p with the proper detail.
Anonymous 2022-05-23 (Mon) 05:30:14 No. 10763
based shitty infowarriors
Anonymous 2022-05-23 (Mon) 08:32:53 No. 10764
There is a small mistake that I made:
<0:55 – 18-03-2022 Sat 13:48:53 V8_KPP1/V8_KPP2
<0:55 – 19-03-2022 Sat 13:48:53 V8_KPP1/V8_KPP2
and references in the post to that moment should also be to the 19th, whch comes from the clearly visible date on (1:44) and the clearly visible time on (0:55) which are linked by the former camera being seen on the monitor.
Anonymous 2022-06-05 (Sun) 16:33:47 No. 10938
>>10849 >N-not muh libruls!
Germany is full of fucking liberals, and liberals have consistently demonstrated nazi sympathies in the past 4 months, stanning for Azov and a priori having rhetoric that mirrored nazi ones.
Anonymous 2022-06-07 (Tue) 16:17:51 No. 10975
The funny thing is that the Centuria march photo is rather reminiscent of the Nazi Cathedral of Light.
Anonymous 2022-06-20 (Mon) 20:01:19 No. 11075
The sub "UkraineNaziWatch" which is mostly a one man project it seems, has compiled quite a bit of media supporting the pervasiveness of institutionalized Nazis in Ukraine. I'm surprised that ,however small or unseen it is, it hasn't been closed down by Reddit admins on keywords and stray reports alone lol
Anonymous 2022-07-03 (Sun) 01:24:02 No. 11166
Is there any compilation of images showing swastikas being used by far-right ukrainians? The sort of stuff you'd just throw at a liberals face to shut him.
I know there's plenty in the archives, but it'd be better to not have to go through it all.
Anonymous 2022-08-09 (Tue) 15:37:30 No. 11408
>>9906 >Criticism of Russia and its occupation is welcomed aswell.
My take is: Russia should've organized a coup and oust Zelensky
Anonymous 2022-08-09 (Tue) 22:54:00 No. 11410
The Maidan coup only worked because of existing anti-corruption and anti-Yanukovich sentiments that got fueled into a blaze by the USAID. The same can be said for Ukrainian Russophobia being popular. This is the reinforced norm so it'd be tough to topple, and lacks the cohesion needed to create a counter-coup.
Anonymous 2022-09-09 (Fri) 22:48:40 No. 11631
I need the expose on the tornado battalion and their abduction and rape of children so I can repost on reddit.
Anonymous 2022-11-20 (Sun) 17:44:29 No. 12039
3/4 of those are from this article
the 4th one is from some communist subreddit that probably doesn't exist anymore
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