HISTORY: What Our Fathers Did
3-25-22, Excerpt GatewayPundit here -- Otto von Wachter was the Nazi Governor of Ukraine and came up with the idea of forming an SS Division comprised of Ukrainian recruits:
By June 1943 the first phase of recruitment had taken place. Initially Wächter’s proposal (which he was certain would be supported by Ukrainian circles) was rejected.
In Berlin Wächter was able to get support from Heinrich Himmler who made the stipulation that the division would only made up of Galicians, who Himmler considered “more Aryan-like”. The terms “Ukrainian”, “Ukraine”, could not be used when addressing the division, stressing the Imperial Austro-Hungarian heritage of the term “Galizien”. [..]
Otto von Wachter went into hiding at the end of World War II. He found refuge with a Catholic Priest but died, reportedly of kidney disease, in 1949. Polish authorities wanted to put him on trial for the murder of 100,000 Poles.
Russians spot checking men at border for Nazi tattoos
3-22-22, Footage shows Russian guards on the border checking people attempting to make their way through for any Nazi tattoos.. When civilians asked if they object ... one man said no! See video here: www.dailymail.co.uk/video/news/video-2643339/Video-Russians-spotted-checking-people-border-Nazi-tattoos.html
CLEARLY TWO STORIES ARE BEING TOLD ... WHAT'S THE TRUTH? WHAT 'S LOGICAL? WHY WOULD RUSSIA DELIBERATELY SLAUGHTER UKRAINIAN CIVILIANS WHEN THE NAZI AZOV BATTALION HAS A HISTORY OF DOING SO?
DOESN'T MAKE SENSE ...
Why is the West silent about Ukrainian neo-Nazi movements?
3-4-22, SIGNS OF THE TIMES [SOTT] -- Azov Battalion formally joined the Ukrainian National Guard in 2014. The Nazi Azov regiment still proudly wears the neo-Nazi Wolfsangel insignia, is notorious for attacking and displacing residents in eastern Ukraine, looting civilian property. The Ukraine ultra-nationalist and neo-Nazi battalions made headlines after the 2014 February coup d'etat in the country only to be largely overlooked and downplayed in the ensuing years by the mainstream media. In March 2014 CNN wrote: "Far-right, anti-Semitic, anti-Russian and openly fascist groups have existed and do exist as a blight on modern Ukraine", It quoted a 2012 European Parliament resolution raising 18 points of concern over policies embedded in the laws of the nation's parliament, and denounced "the rising nationalistic sentiment in Ukraine".
In 1956, the CIA incorporated a set of networks under Lebed's leadership and created the non-profit Prolog (Prologue) Research and Publishing Assoc whose goal was to publish anti-communist propaganda, including radio broadcasts, newspapers & books. [..] In 1991 after the collapse of the USSR, these narratives started filling the gap left by Soviet ideology in a new Ukrainian state. Unlike many other former Soviet republics, the Ukrainian government did not need to develop new national myths from scratch, but imported ready concepts developed in the Ukrainian diaspora. The problem, however, is that despite the manipulations of history, the fascist roots of Ukrainian radical nationalism never went away, according to the historian. The ideological heirs of the OUN-UPA got their first chance to receive government recognition under Viktor Yushchenko and then, after the four-year presidency of Viktor Yanukovich they returned to the stage to hijack even more power and penetrate the fabric of Ukrainian society.
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