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5 August, 2013 - Svoboda's deputy Svyatoslav Khanenko held a working meeting with representatives of pharmaceutical associations.

During the event, it was pointed out that the lack of consistency and coherence, especially when it comes to legislative initiatives, as well as the industry's rapidly changing, turbulent environment, may harm suppliers and their consumers. In European countries, any changes to regulatory acts are preceded by lengthy discussions, and subsequent innovations are introduced gradually. In Ukraine, on the other hand, changes occur rapidly and not always in a logical manner.

Moreover, the participants focused on the need to develop some new law on medicine, products for medical purpose and licensing.

Svyatoslav Khanenko asked the participants to take an active role in developing regulations for their sector, ie to join public discussions organised by Svoboda regarding their proposed draft laws, which would help to improve a normative base and to achieve a balance of interests of all participants in the process.

This partnership, in the deputy's opinion, should be long-term: "Our common task is to provide the Ukrainian population with affordable and high-quality products. Svoboda stands for a civilized, transparent system of medical supply in the interest of patients and medical workers. We also have to reduce the corruption component between government officials and suppliers. This can only be achieved by transferring functions of the Ministry of Health's state procurement to a national agency of a European model ", - said Khanenko.

"Svoboda aims for constructivism when a question of health arises. I gave signals to the Ministry of Health as well as the State's Medical Service that we are ready for collaboration. Unfortunately, after working in a group which I initiated to cooperate with the Ministry of Health, I am unhappy to report that the government has adopted an incorrect approach for changing the sector's legislation. I am yet to witness any constructive work, where interests of all stakeholders are considered ", - added Svyatoslav Khanenko.

This, the deputy believes, must change, and only a consolidated position of physicians, nurses, pharmacists and patients can offset any attempts of the regime's representatives to allocate the country's resources to them only.
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WJC: Ukrainian priests must stop glorifying Nazis

The World Jewish Congress urged Ukrainian clergy to refrain from attending neo-Nazi events.

“Moral authority” is necessary to “prevent any further rehabilitation of Nazism or the SS,” World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder wrote in a letter Thursday to the head of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Filaret.

In his letter, Lauder referenced a recent ceremony near Lviv marking the 70th anniversary of the creation of the Galician division of the Waffen SS, in which Ukrainians fought on the side of Nazi Germany.

“I was horrified to see photographs … of young Ukrainians wearing the dreaded SS uniform with swastikas clearly visible on their helmets as they carried the caskets of members of this Nazi unit, lowered them into their new graves, and fired gun salutes in their honor,” Lauder wrote. “I was especially troubled by the participation in this ceremony of a priest of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church that appeared to give a religious legitimacy to the rehabilitation of the SS.”

In late July, Ukrainians wearing SS uniforms were photographed trudging through trenches and firing rifles in a reconstruction of a key battle against the Soviets during World War II. An Orthodox priest led a ceremony for fallen soldiers of the Nazi unit, sprinkling his blessing over several men sporting swastikas who lowered a coffin in a ritual reburial.

Lauder asked the Ukrainian priest to “call on the clergy of your Church not to participate in any future ceremonies or events that glorify or legitimize a uniform that epitomizes the evil of genocide.”

Some 800,000 Jews were murdered during the Holocaust in what is now Ukrainian territory, according to researchers from the University of Toronto. They were killed by German troops and Ukrainian auxiliaries who gathered the Jews, guarded them, and in many instances participated in their killing, according to the Yad Vashem Holocaust museum in Jerusalem.

Oleg Pankevich, a lawmaker for the extreme-right Svoboda party, also took part in the reburial ceremony, Lauder said.

He said that the World Jewish Congress would hold a meeting of its executive committee in Kiev next year and invited Patriarch Filaret to attend the gathering.

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April 26, 2013 6:14pm

KIEV, Ukraine (JTA) — Marching in formation, six young men in dark jackets approach an anti-government rally in Cherkasy, a city some 125 miles southeast of Kiev.

At the appointed moment, they remove their windbreakers to reveal white T-shirts emblazoned with the words “Beat the kikes.” Their jackets carry the name of Svoboda, the ultranationalist Ukrainian political party.

A small riot quickly ensues. Angry protestors rip at the T-shirts, but the Svoboda-labeled men give as good as they get. One of the men beats Victor Smal, a lawyer and human rights activist, so savagely that he is rendered barely recognizable.

In the days after this April 6 melee, Svoboda denied that the provocateurs at the rally were their men. Yuriy Syrotiuk, a Svoboda parliamentarian, called the men criminals and complained that police were not responding to an act of incitement, Interfax reported. Some suggested the men were anti-Svoboda activists seeking to tarnish its image.




But denials notwithstanding, the incident has raised anxieties among Ukrainian Jews fearful of rising xenophobia and racially motivated violence they say is inspired by Svoboda, a party with neo-Nazi roots and a penchant for thuggery.

“Svoboda lifted the lid from the sewer of anti-Semitism in Ukraine and it’s spilling out,” said Joel Rubinfeld, co-chair of the European Jewish Parliament.

A U.S. State Department report this month singled out Ukraine, along with Hungary and Greece, as places of “concern” because of growing anti-Semitic parties. But open anti-Semitism is still rare in Ukraine. Tel Aviv University’s Kantor Center for the Study of Contemporary European Jewry documented just 15 cases of anti-Semitic violence in 2012. In France, the number was 200.



But the behavior of some Svoboda politicians risks changing that, some Ukrainian Jews worry.

Founded in 2004, Svoboda (“freedom” in Ukrainian) is the latest incarnation of the Social-National Party, a far-right movement ideologically aligned with Nazism. But while the Social-National Party never enjoyed any electoral success, Svoboda garnered more than 10 percent of the vote in the 2012 elections, becoming the country’s fourth-largest party.

“Svoboda is perhaps the biggest challenge facing Ukrainian Jewry today,” Ukrainian Jewish Committee President Oleksandr Feldman told JTA. “It has no structure and operates in a political vacuum and turmoil which allow it to run rampant.”



Svoboda’s unstructured nature also makes it difficult to pigeonhole. Party leader Oleh Tyahnybok has praised supporters for being the “worst fear of the Jewish-Russian mafia” and has called Jews “kikes.”

Yet the party also speaks admiringly of Israel, and Tyahnybok has made a point of advertising his meeting last December with Israel’s ambassador to Ukraine. Alexander Aronets, Svoboda’s press secretary, has praised Israel on his Facebook page as ”one of the most nationalistic countries in the world.”

Good relations with Israel may be desirable to Svoboda as a defense against accusations of anti-Semitism, a tactic employed by other European nationalist movements that have made overtures in Israel’s direction.

“They know anti-Semitism is preventing the good relations they seek,” said Moshe Azman, Ukraine’s Chabad-affiliated chief rabbi. “But Svoboda is not a uniform entity and I’m not sure the leaders control the rank and file.”

Feldman, an energetic businessman, lawmaker and founder of the Kyiv Interfaith Forum, says Svoboda has helped erode the shame associated with open expressions of anti-Semitism and other ethnic hatreds. His interfaith forum, which each year brings together hundreds of clerics from five faiths, was marred for the first time this year by a minor assault on a Muslim participant outside the conference.

“Svoboda is very frightening to Ukrainian Jews and other minorities because it is an ultra-Jobbik that evolved quickly,” Feldman said, referring to the anti-Semitic and Iran-friendly Hungarian party that also has enjoyed recent electoral success.

“We had hoped Svoboda would tone it down once it’s in parliament, but the opposite has happened,” said Vyacheslav Likhachev, a Ukrainian researcher with the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress. “The electoral gains have emboldened Svoboda lawmakers to incorporate thuggery as a modus operandi, a very dangerous development.”

One example came in February, when party member Igor Miroshnichenko shimmied up the towering statue of Vladimir Lenin in the town of Akhtyrka, threw a rope around the communist leader’s head, tied the other end to a truck and brought down the monument.

In December, the same man said Mila Kunis, a Ukrainian-American Jewish actress, was “no Ukrainian, but a kike.” Asked by a newspaper if Miroshnichenko could be prosecuted for making a racial insult, a Justice Ministry official said the word he used — “zhydovka,” a feminized version of kike — was permissible and part of the official vocabulary.

“This was another Svoboda success in poisoning the public sphere,” Likhachev says.

Svoboda officials declined several JTA requests for comment for this story.

In February, Likhachev signed a letter along with several other Jewish Ukrainians asking the Jewish Agency for Israel to cancel plans to hold its board of governors meeting in Kiev in June. The letter, which several Jewish leaders dismissed as overblown, said that poor democratic standards and Svoboda’s ascent made Kiev an ill-suited choice.

“Svoboda are riffraff — nothing comparable to Jobbik, which has its own militia and coherent policy,” said Yaakov Bleich, a Ukrainian chief rabbi.

“Svoboda is troubling as a symptom of the main challenges facing Ukrainian Jewry: the economic recession and political uncertainty,” Bleich said. Still, he added, “because Svoboda is a mob, it’s less predictable than Jobbik. Svoboda’s leaders may be unable to control anti-Semitic displays.”

Despite the disagreements, many Jewish leaders seem to agree that Svoboda’s success owes more to frustration with the establishment than to its anti-Semitic statements. Likhachev pointed specifically to the discontent that emerged in the wake of the Orange Revolution, the protests following the 2004 election that brought former president Viktor Yushchenko to power on a platform of greater government accountability.

Bickering and disunity cost Yushchenko the presidency in 2010. He was succeeded by Viktor Yanukovych, the man whom protestors accused five years earlier of election fraud. That development strengthened Svoboda in two ways, Likhachev says.

“First, it radicalized disgruntled voters,” Likhachev says. “Second, the opposition allies learned they needed to stay united to win. So they are willing to overlook Svoboda’s anti-Semitism — to the detriment of Ukrainian society and its Jewish population.”

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June 27, 2013 6:32am

(JTA) Two leaders of Ukraines ultranationalist Svoboda Party have been banned from entering the United States for their open anti-Semitism, a Ukrainian daily reported.

Svoboda leaders Oleh Tyahnybok and Igor Miroshnichenko were declared persona non grata in the United States earlier this year, following talks with Jewish leaders including the Simon Wiesenthal Center, according to a report published Wednesday in the Kiev-based Sevodnya daily.

The U.S. Embassy in Ukraine declined to comment on the reports when contacted by Sevodnya. A U.S. State Department report this month singled out Ukraine, along with Hungary and Greece, as places of concern because of growing anti-Semitic political parties.

A Svoboda spokesperson said the reports were false and part of an attempt to by foreigners to discredit the party.

Founded in 2004, Svoboda which means freedom in Ukrainian is rooted in the Social-National Party, a far-right movement ideologically aligned with Nazism. Svoboda garnered more than 10 percent of the vote in the 2012 elections, becoming the countrys fourth-largest party.

Tyahnybok has praised supporters for being the worst fear of the Jewish-Russian mafia, and has called Jews kikes - a pejorative also used regularly by Miroshnichenko.

Vadim Rabinovich, the Ukraine-born co-chair of the European Jewish Parliament, urged European countries to ban Svoboda officials in the same way that the U.S. reportedly has done.


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Default Telling the Truth About Ukraines Rising Anti-Semitic Svoboda Party: An Eye-Opening Experience...

June 21, 2013 9:23 am

On May 24, my commentary, Svoboda Fuels Ukraines Growing Anti-Semitism, was published in The Algemeiner, raising concerns about growing anti-Semitic political forces in Ukraine. In it I noted the overtly anti-Semitic, anti-Russian and anti-Polish rhetoric of Svoboda (Freedom) party. The rich history of Nazi-like symbolism and glorification of Ukrainian collaborators with the Third Reich did not stop the supposedly more responsible elements of Ukraines political opposition, the Batkivshchina (Fatherland) and UDAR parties from joining forces with Svoboda.

My article, which unbeknown to me, was translated and published in Russian, generated interesting comments both on The Algemeiner page and elsewhere. Some supported while others attacked me.

A supportive message, posted on The Algemeiner site from Aleks, included a piece of news: a Svoboda member of parliament, Mikhail Golovko, met in Germany with representatives of the (neo-Nazi) National Democratic Party (NDP) of Germany. In Germany, the NDP is shunned by other parties, has no seats in the Bundestag, and even has to hold their party conferences in a tent because conference halls will not rent to them. In Ukraine, by contrast, Svobodas political rise and entry into the parliament has been abetted by Opposition politicians and parties hailed by western governments as the standard-bearers of democratic values.

Another supportive letter was from Maria Zubareva, president of a group called All-Ukrainian Association Journalists Solidarity. She attributes the high level of anti-Semitic attacks in Ukraine to the virulent campaign that landed Svoboda with almost 10% of the votes at last years parliamentary election. Svoboda legitimized racial and national intolerance, which led to increasing violence on the ground, she argued and concluded, Svoboda [is] a real threat to the Jewish community of Ukraine.

Matthew Lina of the conservative-leaning Center for the Study of the Former Soviet Socialist Republics aptly called Svoboda fascists (racist xenophobic national socialists) and even suggests I was too easy on Svobodas partners in the Opposition: Ehrenfeld is either too kind to Tymoshenko or naive on this count there is no chance at all that Tymoshenko had not blessed the union with Svoboda. It is time for the world to call them to account.

More illuminating and troubling were comments by supporters of Svoboda and its message.

JameSmace claims, Svoboda is nothing more than the leading anti Russian Imperialist party in Ukraine and they will make no special accomodations [sic] if the thug oligarch is Jewish instead of Christian after all Kagonovich [sic] killed 10 million Ukrainians. The reference is to what is among the greatest of crimes of the communist regime, the starvation of millions of peasants (kulaks) to enforce collectivization of agriculture. Alas, Lazar Moiseyevich Kaganovich was not the first or the last Jewish Bolshevik who successfully implemented the policies of Stalin and his successors in the USSR.

For the record, JameSmace, Stalin was a Georgian.

Then there is Michael Brytan who writes: The problem which Rachel does not seem to understand OR does not want to is there are Jews are a divergent peoples. (Emphasis added) Really!

Another supporter of Ukrainian anti-Semitic Svoboda, identified as J explained the facts.

If you look at the mafia rulers in Ukraine youll see that they are Russians and Jews thats why Tiahnybok said Moscow-Jewish mafia .About incident with Mila Kunis she said that she is Jew but not Ukrainian (she is Ukrainian-born but her parents was both Jews). And word Zhyd in Ukrainian language means the same as Jew (and this is not abuse word). Russian language uses Zhid as abuse name of Jews (and Hebrew for other case) thats why Russian-spoken Jews thought that that was abuse words.

These and similar comments show clearly what Ukraines Svoboda led opposition represents.

Even more telling than the individual perspectives behind these bigoted comments is what they portend about future dangers in Ukraine. Ukraine is far from the only country that needs to struggle with atrocious episodes from its past and face disturbing influences on its future.

America has its own struggles with racism and anti-Semitism.

On June 15, the Associated Press exposed Minnesota resident and Nazi war criminal Michael Korkac, who in 1949, was allowed to immigrate to the U.S. Korkac, who was involved in suppressing the 1944 Warsaw Uprising, is a former officer and founding member of the SS-led Ukrainian Self Defense Legion and later was an officer in the infamous SS Galician Division, which, as mentioned in my earlier article, was glorified by Svoboda. The Galician Division and a Ukrainian nationalist organization he served in were both on a secret American government blacklist of organizations whose members were forbidden from entering the United States at the time.

Ukraines strongest western well-wishers have urged the respectable Opposition to shun Svoboda. The European Parliament [EP] has said it does not understand why opposition parliamentary factions Batkivschyna and UDAR cooperate with the Svoboda all-Ukrainian union, which the EP accuses of having anti-Semitic views. I cant imagine that people like Klitschko, who position themselves as Europeans, and Yatseniuk, would willingly shake the hand of a person who in public states that Jews are the main threat to European civilization, said Marek Siwiec, a Polish EP member.

But shake hands with Svoboda they do. In fact, they clasp hands in unity for the simple fact that they believe that working together in a united Opposition that includes Svoboda is the only way they can beat Yanukovych in the next presidential election in 2015. Whether that will work as a political calculation remains to be seen.

In the meantime, it is imperative that Ukrainian authorities stand up to Svobodas rising power. While Polish and German prosecutors announced they were looking into extradition cooperation with the U.S., Ukraine has thus far remained quiet. Unless Kiev decides to prosecute Korkac and ask for his deportation, hes likely to live out the rest of long life (hes 94 years old) in the U.S.

Maria Zubareva is right. Svoboda [is] a real threat to the Jewish community of Ukraine.

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"The opposition's aim is to create, together with the Ukrainian Diaspora, a powerful Ukrainian lobby all around the world", - said the leader of the Svoboda party Oleh Tyahnybok during the "X World Congress of Ukrainians" in Lviv.

According to Tyahnybok, cooperation between the Ukrainian Diaspora and the opposition should focus on a formation of the Ukrainian national state. Such state shall take care of the citizens that live in the country as well as those ethnic Ukrainians who live abroad.

"We are in close contact with the Ukrainians that live overseas. Svoboda has representatives in many countries. They help to communicate our vision of the processes occurring in Ukraine, our actions in the Verkhovna Rada and serve as debate-clubs from which we receive useful proposals addressed to us by the Diaspora " said Oleh Tyahnybok.

Deputy Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Ruslan Koshulynskyy added that the Ukrainian Diaspora and Ukrainian workers are the biggest investors in the economy of the country. "Today, unfortunately, these people, this invaluable experience, this intelligence is removed from the influence on development of the country. Our task is to change the situation and to create favourable conditions in order to attract this potential. We will do that when we shall be given an opportunity to adopt a series of effective laws", - said Ruslan Koshulynskyy.

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Leader of the Svoboda All-Ukrainian Union Oleh Tiahnybok will take part in an extraordinary meeting of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the European Parliament, MP Yuriy Syrotiuk of the Svoboda faction has told Interfax-Ukraine.

"The media reported that Klitschko and Yatseniuk are going to Brussels. However, this information is incomplete, Tiahnybok also received an invitation," Syrotiuk told the agency on Tuesday.

According to him, Tiahnybok will take part in all the meetings scheduled during the visit of the opposition leaders to Brussels.

In addition, the leader of the Svoboda party has been invited at a meeting with representatives of the European People's Party.

Earlier, a spokesman for European Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighborhood Policy Stefan Fule, Peter Stano, said three opposition leaders - UDAR Party leader Vitali Klitschko, Batkivschyna Faction Leader Arseniy Yatseniuk and Tiahnybok were expected in Brussels on Thursday.

Meanwhile, according to the meeting's agenda, the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the European Parliament invited only Yatseniuk and Klitschko. The meeting will address the situation in Egypt and Russia's trade policy towards Ukraine.

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(JTA) A Ukrainian ultranationalist movement is organizing a march in Uman against the presence of Jewish pilgrims there, Ukrainian media reported.

The Hasidim colonize Uman, with help from authorities, Yuri Botnar of the Svoboda party was quoted as telling the news site timeua.com on Monday. Botnar, the local representative of Svoboda in Uman, said he was organizing a march under the banner Uman without Hassidim on Sept. 12.

Protests in Uman against the presence of thousands of Jewish pilgrims in Uman started a few years ago
, as Svodoba increased its popularity. The ultra-nationalistic opposition movement entered parliament for the first time in 2012 when 10 percent of the national vote in the election made it Ukraines fourth largest party. Several of its leading members, including party leader Oleh Tyahnybok, have made anti-Semitic statements.

Some 25,000 pilgrims, many of them from the Breslov movement, converge in Uman each year ahead of the Jewish new year to pray near the burial place of Rabbi Nachman, the founder of the Breslov hasidic movement.
Most of the pilgrims do not stay longer than one week and are expected to leave before the protest rally takes place. Previous rallies attracted several dozen demonstrators.

Ukrainian police has dispatched nearly 500 police officers to maintain public order in Uman during the High Holidays, Gazeta.ua reported. They were joined by 12 Israeli police officers. Police officers reportedly are limiting the access of non-Jews to the area of Uman where the pilgrims congregate.

In unrelated incidents, three attacks on Jewish property have been reported within two weeks in Ukraine and Russia.


In Pryluki, a town located 80 miles east of the Ukrainian capital Kiev, 17 Jewish tombstones were desecrated when unknown assailants spray-painted them with swastikas, the Ukrainian news site Gazeta.ua reported Aug. 22.

Swastikas also were painted on the night of Aug. 25 on a synagogue in Mykolaiv, a city situated some 80 miles east of the Ukrainian city of Odessa, the news site tsn.ua reported.

And on Aug. 23, unknown assailants hurled stones and other objects at the Gan Geula Jewish kindergarten in Volgograd, a city in southwest Russia, in what authorities said may have been a hate crime, according to Russias Jewish News Agency.

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One officer lightly injured in club confrontation during Ukraine pilgrimage; far-rightists plant cross at Jewish ritual site

Three Israeli police officers were sent home early from the annual Rosh Hashanah gathering in Uman, Ukraine, after getting involved in a bar brawl.

The officers, part of a delegation of 12 sent to help keep order at the popular event, which attracts tens of thousands of Jews from around the world, took part in a scuffle at a local club sometime during the holiday, Maariv reported.

One of the officers was briefly hospitalized with light injuries as a result of the incident.

After the fight, police chief Yohanan Danino ordered they be brought back to Israel.

This years gathering also saw a Ukrainian far-right group set up a large cross at a site traditionally used for Tashlich, a traditional Jewish ritual of casting of ones sins from the previous year into moving water.

Reportedly, Ukrainian police set up a 24-hour watch over the site to prevent violence or vandalism and many Jewish worshipers chose to perform their ritual elsewhere.

Protests in Uman against the presence of thousands of Jewish pilgrims in Uman started a few years ago, as nationalist political party Svodoba increased its popularity, and tensions have simmered since.

Svoboda entered parliament for the first time in 2012 when 10 percent of the national vote in the election made it Ukraines fourth largest party. Several of its leading members, including party leader Oleh Tyahnybok, have made anti-Semitic statements.

Some 25,000 pilgrims, many of them from the Breslov movement, converge in Uman each year ahead of the Jewish new year to pray near the burial place of Rabbi Nachman, the founder of the Breslov Hasidic movement. Most of the pilgrims do not stay longer than one week, but the popularity of the gathering has led to a permanent Jewish presence in the city, which once was a major Jewish center in eastern Europe.

Ukrainian police dispatched some 500 officers to guard the event, and authorities limited access of non-Jews to the area of Uman where the pilgrims congregate, Ukrainian media reported.

Svoboda said last week that they had scheduled a rally for September 12 to protest against the growing Hasidic and Jewish presence in Uman.

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Milosevic and Karadzic (former Serb leaders, one a socialist multiculturalist, the other a moderate traditionalist/conservative) who never made a single anti semitic/jew statement, not only in their political careers but in their entire lives, get hauled off to ZOG's prison at the Hague, in Milosevic's case he is murdered there (along with other prominent Serbs like Milan Babic, Slavko Dokmanovic), while a supposed anti semite and 'nationalist' like Oleh Tyahnybok (who has ties to the FN and BNP) gets EU endorsement and meetings with nation destroying (I should know as he also contributed in the destruction of mine) Zionist criminals like terror supporter John McCain.

How is this possible, you may ask. Simple answer is Russia. Final goal being the complete encirclement and final destruction of the still somewhat resistant Russian state and people, after which there will be a unipolar world with absolutely no one to counter, even on paper, the tyrannical Judeo-North Atlantid Beast.

If all this involves throwng a few bones to pathetic miserable Russophobic 'anti Semites' of the non Serbian/Russian Slavic (I'm looking at certain Poles here as well) variety so be it, itz a small price to pay considering how big the ultimate prize is.



McCain with Syrian terrorists


Cindy McCain with shiptar NATO Narco State leader Hasim Thaci, a 'country' illegally and violently carved out of occupied southern Serbia.

The McCains are big advocates of the Turkish backed Greater Albania project, the destruction of secular nationalist Syria, the bombing of Iran, the opening of the US borders to third world shitskins, and basically every other jewish criminal undertaking today. And these are the folks Svoboda leadership wants to associate and make common cause with.
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Can't say if Svoboda is some sort of 'controlled-opposition' or Oleh's russophobia that makes him pro-EU
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Can't say if Svoboda is some sort of 'controlled-opposition' or Oleh's russophobia that makes him pro-EU

A bit of both. Traditional hatred for orthodox Russia in the catholic west of the country, especially around the Lviv area (which is almost 60% catholic), is being cleverly exploited by the jews as they cleverly steer these so called nationalists towards the globalist side.

Vatican also has a long history of anti Russian activity in Ukraine, as they do in Poland, making it easy for the jews to rile the rubes up. It works all the time.
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I knew there was a thread here about Svoboda, I tought they were WN and so I was quite confused when I saw that they supported the pro-EU protests.
How can you call yourself a nationalist (-> for sovereignty) an be pro-EU ?
Sure, being under Russia's wing may prevent Ukraine from being a completely sovereign nation but with the EU it will be much worse!
I hope Ukrainians are not going to learn it the hard way.

By the way, is there any WN force in Ukraine ?
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Old January 23rd, 2014 #19
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Some of their apologists are doing the rounds on WN forums telling people that the nationalists are just hitching their wagon to the anti Yanukovych protests, in order to topple him, and are not actually pro EU. Now that certainly might be the case with some groups and individuals, but make no mistake ZOG will not sit back and allow Ukrainian nationalists or NS to just take over if Yanukovych falls. As usual the stupid nationalists will be used to help do the dirty work, then when they are not needed anymore they'll simply be discarded like used toilet paper, even arrested and put in prison if they persist (see textbook case of all those anti Milosevic Serbian nationalists post 2000). As for leadership of Svoboda they are corrupt scum who would sell their asses for EU money.
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Old January 25th, 2014 #20
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This crypto jew, who is now being offered the post of PM in an attempted compromise by the authorities, is also in the pro EU coalition with Ukrainian nationalists of Svoboda


"Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych has offered the post of prime minister to opposition leader Arseniy Yatsenyuk."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-25896786

Just look at the BBC's main men in Ukraine : Steve Rosenberg, David Stern.



Yatseniuk doesn't want Russian to become the second state language in Ukraine.

Yatseniuk wants European Union membership for Ukraine "because this means standards and values"


In 2010, Yatsenyuk was victim of a smear campaign from Serhiy Ratushniak, an fellow candidate in the 2010 Ukrainian presidential election.[59] The campaign alleged that Yatsenyuk as a brazen Jew serving the interests of thieves who dominate Ukraine and using money obtained from criminal activities to capture the presidency
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With nationalists like these who needs enemies?
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