By now we’ve heard ad nauseam about Euromaiden and the overthrow of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and now the present crisis in Crimea. I’ve also seen a lot of chatter all over the news regarding “Neo Nazi” Svoboda and Right Sector — how they are Anti-Semites, Xenophobic, etc., and armed to the teeth, somehow having come across large stockpiles of arms. The truth is, unless the media, specifically the Israeli media is running a clever psyop, they are hardly Anti-Semites and Xenophobic.
Let’s examine the news:
Reuters) – Ukrainian far-right leader Dmytro Yarosh said on Saturday he would run for president and launched a scathing attack on the new government, two weeks after he helped bring it to power through street protests.
Yarosh’s ultra-nationalist views make him a rank outsider in the May 25 election, but his remarks signaled a growing split with other leaders of the protest movement that toppled Moscow-backed Viktor Yanukovich as president on Feb 22.
The outspoken leader of the Right Sector paramilitary movement, which wears black combat gear and ski masks, announced his presidential campaign despite being wanted by Russia on charges of incitement to terrorism.
“I am running for president,” Yarosh told a news conference, confirming a decision by Right Sector’s leadership body.
He then went on to criticize the leaders in the new government who were united with him in support of the protests against Yanukovich, in which Right Sector had increasingly set the agenda this year.
“For now we see a lack of professionalism, government appointments are increasingly surprising and there is a gradual loss of public confidence,” Yarosh said.
Yarosh was given the role of deputy secretary of the Security and Defence Council, the country’s top security body, under the government of Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk that took shape after Yanukovich’s overthrow.
But he complained the government had not released details about how at least 95 people were killed in clashes with police or by snipers during the protests, saying it was surprising that none of “the criminals who killed our heroes” had not convicted.
“The government must wipe out corruption, above all in the law enforcement agencies and judicial bodies. The government has to start systemic reforms,” he said. “Only deeds, not words, will turn Ukraine into a state where people want to live and where separatists are thrown out of every town.”
Now, let’s get to the truth of the matter…
According to Israeli news site Haaretz and the Jerusalem Post, ex-IDF soldiers are commanding the supposed Neo-Nazis street thugs.
Delta, a Ukraine-born former soldier in the Israel Defense Forces, spoke to JTA Thursday on condition of anonymity. He explained how he came to use combat skills he acquired in the Shu’alei Shimshon reconnaissance battalion of the Givati infantry brigade to rise through the ranks of Kiev’s street fighters. He has headed a force of 40 men and women — including several fellow IDF veterans — in violent clashes with government forces.
Several Ukrainian Jews, including Rabbi Moshe Azman, one of the country’s claimants to the title of chief rabbi, confirmed Delta’s identity and role in the still-unfinished revolution.
The “Blue Helmets” nickname, a reference to the UN peacekeeping force, stuck after Delta’s unit last month prevented a mob from torching a building occupied by Ukrainian police, he said. “There were dozens of officers inside, surrounded by 1,200 demonstrators who wanted to burn them alive,” he recalled. “We intervened and negotiated their safe passage.”
The problem, he said, was that the officers would not leave without their guns, citing orders. Delta told JTA his unit reasoned with the mob to allow the officers to leave with their guns. “It would have been a massacre, and that was not an option,” he said.
The Blue Helmets comprise 35 men and women who are not Jewish, and who are led by five ex-IDF soldiers, says Delta, an Orthodox Jew in his late 30s who regularly prays at Azman’s Brodsky Synagogue. He declined to speak about his private life.
As platoon leader, Delta says he takes orders from activists connected to Svoboda, an ultra-nationalist party that has been frequently accused of anti-Semitism and whose members have been said to have had key positions in organizing the opposition protests.
“I don’t belong [to Svoboda], but I take orders from their team. They know I’m Israeli, Jewish and an ex-IDF soldier. They call me ‘brother,’” he said. “What they’re saying about Svoboda is exaggerated, I know this for a fact. I don’t like them because they’re inconsistent, not because of [any] anti-Semitism issue.”
The commanding position of Svoboda in the revolution is no secret, according to Ariel Cohen, a senior research fellow at the Washington D.C.-based Heritage Foundation think tank.
The Jerusalem Post confirms this story and also ran it in their paper. Let’s also examine the shilling Right Sector has done for the ADL:
Dmitro Yarosh, leader of Right Sector, met with Israel’s ambassador to Ukraine, Reuven Din El, and told him that their movement rejects anti-Semitism and xenophobia and will not tolerate it. He said their goals were a democratic Ukraine, transparent government, ending corruption, and equal opportunity for all ethnic groups.
The day before, Ukrainian Jewish journalist Eleonora Groisman interviewed Sergei Mischenko, the leader of “Spilna Sprava,” and told him that Ukraine’s Jews were worried about the nationalists. Mischenko responded that Jews will not have any problems and shouldn’t worry. He went on to say, “On the Maidan there were Jews with us who served in the Israeli Defense Forces. We got along excellently and fought shoulder to shoulder.”
This to me begs the question: Why are Israeli soldiers involved in this to begin with? This smacks of foreign (US-Israeli) agitation of the whole Euromaidan thing. We also have Victoria Nuland, US Secretary of State to Ukraine, on record mentioning that $5 billion was invested in Euromaidan:
Interesting. I suppose I don’t blame Putin for securing the Crimea, given that US-Israel have created this whole mess with their machinations and intrigues. And, guess who else of the usual suspects is involved? That’s right — George Soros.
They have also received a grant from the International Renaissance Fund, a Ukrainian NGO founded by financier and philanthropist George Soros. Additionally, the United States Embassy in Kyiv provided a grant to purchase equipment, while the Embassy of the Netherlands provided funds to get the website running. To assure transparency, Hromadske posts its revenue sources online.
This situation was completely fabricated by the United States, Israel, Zionists, and their billionaires. It doesn’t look like Svoboda and Right Sector are any different.