Stand With Putin
We have heard the ostensible reasons.
Demilitarization and denazification.
The main culprit of the Ukraine-Russia War is clear: it’s NATO.
NATO started bordering Russia in 1949 with the accession of founding member Norway.
The Warsaw Pact (Comecon) didn’t even come into effect until 1955.
The Warsaw Pact (Comecon) ceased to exist in 1991.
The USSR also ceased to exist that year.
It would have been a great time for NATO to hang up their spurs.
But they didn’t do that.
A true “mutual defense” organization that is after PEACE would have retained its current members (at most).
But NATO is not after peace.
Bordering Russia with Norway was not good enough.
In 1999, NATO added Poland (thereby doubling its number of member countries bordering Russia).
But that also wasn’t enough.
In 2004, NATO added three more members that border Russia: Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.
THIS, my friends, is why Russia has invaded Ukraine.
There were plenty of other additions to NATO over the past 30 years.
I will not regale you with all the former Comecon members that have joined NATO (there are many), nor all of the new members which were part of communist Yugoslavia (many there too).
But suffice it to say that NATO’s inexorable march EASTWARDS (ever eastwards!) has been a slow-motion attack on Russia these past 30 years.
So there is no mystery or mysticism about Russia demilitarizing Ukraine.
It makes sense.
It isn’t esoteric.
But the denazification part may strike many as being somewhat obtuse.
Let’s hammer home what Putin is talking about:
Look up Stepan Bandera.
Look up Mykola Lebed (CIA).
Even the Ukrainian diaspora likes their Nazis
The genocide against Russians in Donbass
Ukrainian town elects neo-Nazi mayor
John McCain was key player in U.S.-backed 2014 coup in Ukraine
Ukrainians have no remorse about the pogroms
Ukrainians celebrate their Nazi heritage
Neo-Nazis (controlled by CIA?) were key “shock troops” in 2014 U.S.-backed coup in Ukraine
Government installed by Nuland and Pyatt included key posts for the “far right” (neo-Nazis?)
Chairman of the Ukrainian congress from 2016-2019 had previously formed his own neo-Nazi party
USA funding neo-Nazis in Ukraine
Ukraine: magnet for “white power” activists
Neo-Nazi Ukrainians vs. Russian “separatists” in Donbass
Ukrainian soldiers with Nazi symbols on helmets
The event that Russia could not tolerate
Russian books banned in Ukraine (effective 2017)
Suppression of Russian language in Ukraine
Lviv pogroms at the hands of Ukrainian militia who volunteered to help Nazis kill Jews in these mass executions (1941)
Marchers in Kiev shout, “Out Jews!” (2017)
Neo-Nazis gaining power in Ukraine (2018)
Neo-Nazis continuing to gain power in Ukraine (2019)
Right-wing nationalists under investigation for grenades thrown at 2014 Maidan protest (U.S.-backed coup)
USA aiding neo-Nazis in Ukraine
Now, for anyone who wants to say, “Well, Zelensky’s a Jew? How can he be antisemitic?!?”, all I can say is this:
the second- or third-richest person in Ukraine (a Jew named Ihor Kolomoyskyi) funds the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion.
Direct your cognitive dissonance at Newsweek and Reuters: