Ukraine Deceives Europe
Alexander DONETSKY | 16.05.2015 | WORLD

Ukraine Deceives Europe

A year and a half has passed since the well-known dramatic events took place in Ukraine. Having come to power the regime started to practice a kind of Newspeak, or fictional language. Misleading terms are routinely used to deceive people. 

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There had been a lot of kerfuffle before the EU association agreement was signed. As a matter of fact this document turned Ukraine into a colonial state. The new regime was servile enough to cede to pressure and convert the country into a colony of the European Union. It said the step was undertaken to meet «the aspiration of Ukrainian people to join Europe». Then the new government started to talk about «the struggle against bloody tyrant Yanukovych». Let me note that the former President of Ukraine did not give an order to use force against neo-Nazi militants when they opened fire at security forces, launched arson attacks and staged pogroms…

«Unknown snipers» under the command of then Maidan Commandant Andriy Parubiy, the former Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, perpetrated an act of mass murder killing protesters and policemen in the heart of Kiev. The weapons were transported by Sergey Pashinsky, a Ukrainian MP representing the Block of Yulia Timoshenko. The misdeed was made pass off as «a crime committed by bloody regime of Yanukovych».

The events were followed by coup staged by the militants of neo-Nazi group Pravy Sector in violation of the guarantees provided by three European powers and national constitution. It was said that the President «was unable to fulfill his duties». 

The coup staged in Kiev by neo-Nazis and the killing of anti-Maidan movement supporters near Korsun as they were going back home from Kiev gave a rise to resistance movements in the Crimea and the Donbass. The proposals to give special status to Russian language in some regions and to make Ukraine a federation instead of unitary state were perceived as «calls for separatism» by the powers that be. 

Then it was announced that the «train of friendship» was about to leave for Simferopol, the capital and the largest city of Crimea, transporting the groups of Pravy Sector armed militants to quell public protests in the peninsula. Pravy Sector is an ultra-right Ukrainian nationalist political party that originated in November 2013 as a paramilitary confederation at the Euromaidan protests in Kiev, where its street fighters fought against riot police. The referendums held first in the Crimea and then in Luhansk and Donetsk were called «illegal votes under the barrels of Russian guns». Neo-Nazi punishers acquired the experience of killings and setting an arson fire. They were sent to the Donbass so that their skills could be put to use. It was called an «anti-terrorist operation». Anti-government protesters were beaten with sticks, shot at and burnt inside the trade unions’ building in Odessa. The Ukrainian government said they «burnt themselves by accident». 

Those who part in the protests on May 2, 2014 and remained alive are still kept behind bars. 

The apex of the policy aimed at getting people accustomed to the use of new language was the introduction of censorship the government called «a moratorium on criticism of the new government». The heroization of Nazism was called «doing away with totalitarian past’. 

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The Ukraine’s integral nationalism has become an ideological basis of the Poroshenko-Yatsenyuk regime. It was formed in the 1920-1930s to become the ideological mixture of Italian fascism and German Nazism. The OUN (the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists) emerged as a union between military and fascist organizations, the Union for the Liberation of Ukraine and the League of Ukrainian Nationalists. The entire OUN leadership, including Yevhen Konovalets (agent Consul), Andrei Melnyk (Consul-2) and Stepan Banders (Grey) were agents of Nazi intelligence services. After the OUN broke apart Nazis had to finance the groups separately. After the war the German prisoners, who worked for Abwehr, provided a testimony to the fact that each of the leaders transferred 2 million reichsmarks to corresponding Swiss accounts. The OUN formed Nachtigall and Roland battalions within the structure of special Nazi operation unit Lehrrregiment «Brandenburg» z.b.V. 800. According to Yad Vashem, a Jerusalem-based world center for documentation, research, education and commemoration of the Holocaust, in the July of 1941 Nachtigall took part in the operations aimed at extermination of Jews and Poles in Lviv. The kurins shot Jews in Western Ukraine (the Ukraine’s Insurgent Army’s largest units, kurins, consisting of 500-700 soldiers, were equivalent to battalions in a regular army). The nationalists of Bukovina kurin fusilladed Jews in Babi Yar in the winter of 1941. Then the kurins joined Schutzmannschaft (Auxiliary Police) battalions formed to fight partisan (guerilla) forces in Ukraine, Belarus, Poland, Slovakia, Yugoslavia and France. In early 1943 many members of the groups led by Melnyk and Bandera joined the Waffen SS Galicia division. At the same time the OUN (Bandera) started to form the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) led by Roman-Taras Shukhevych, the commander of Abwehr’s special Nachtigall battalion. 

Galicia and UPA took part in mass killings of Jews in Western Ukraine, for instance in Volyn massacre (Volhynian slaughter). According to Polish organization SUOZUN (the Polish Society for the Remembrance of the Victims of Crimes Committed by Ukrainian Nationalists), UPA and Galicia are responsible for the deaths of around 200 thousand Poles. 

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In April 2015 the Ukrainian parliament approved a legislature to declare fighters against totalitarianism all those who belonged to the Ukrainian formations and organizations of the 1920 -1940s or the organizations that espoused the ideology of integral nationalism (including OUN, UPA, and the division of Galicia). The Ukrainian supporters of Hitler are called the «third force» which fought Soviet Union, a member of anti - Hitler’s coalition, and Nazi Germany at the same time. 

It’s all a lie. German military archives provide the evidence to confirm the fact that the UPA fought against Germany. The Munich military research institute has formally said it possesses no materials to corroborate the fact that any underground UPA groups inflicted any damage on Wehrmacht. At the same time, there are archive documents confirming that the UPA closely cooperated with Germany. Fascists provided the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) with machine guns, rifles and ammunition in exchange for intelligence information on the Red Army and Soviet soldiers taken prisoners. They fought Soviet guerilla forces and Army Krayova (the dominant Polish resistance movement in World War II in the part of Poland occupied by Germany). The group led by Melnikov fully relied of the support of Hitler’s Germany as it fought the Soviet Union. Its leaders dreamed of becoming future rulers of Ukraine making up a part of the Third Reich. Banderites wanted to build a state which would become a satellite of fascist Germany. The Declaration of Ukrainian Independence of June 30, 1941 was announced by the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists under the leadership of Stepan Bandera, who declared an independent Ukrainian State in Lviv. It was read out by the first assistant to the leader of the OUN Yaroslav Stetko. The document said «The newly formed Ukrainian state will work closely with the National-Socialist Greater Germany, under the leadership of its leader Adolf Hitler which is forming a new order in Europe and the world and is helping the Ukrainian People to free itself from Moscovite occupation. The Ukrainian People’s Revolutionary Army which has been formed on the Ukrainian lands will continue to fight with the Allied German Army against Moscovite occupation for a sovereign and united State and a new order in the whole world». 

The new Ukrainian laws adopted by parliament in April, 2015 bring out a direct link between the ideology of the Hitler’s puppets in Ukraine and the views propagated by those who have recently seized power in Kiev to declare themselves the fighters against «Moscovite occupation». 

Today Ukraine is a failed state. The Kiev regime will continue to deceive Europe about the prospects for European integration as long as Europe wants to be deceived. 

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