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Ukraine's fascists likely behind anti-Semitic leaflets in Donetsk

Via USA Today
Anti-Semitic leaflet left outside synagogues in Donetsk, Ukraine.
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OKLAHOMA CITY – As we have been warning readers of Red Dirt Report for weeks now, pro-Nazi and fascist elements within Ukraine have been running wild throughout that troubled nation as Russia flexes its muscles in the wake of their annexation of Crimea, and globalist oligarchs and banking interests seek for the U.S. and European Union and NATO to intervene.

We reported some weeks ago that Jews were being terrorized in Ukraine, as they were in Nazi Germany. And now, as international wire services are reporting today, alleged “pro-Russian” fascists are demanding that “Jews in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk should ‘register’ with Ukrainians who are trying to make the city become part of Russia.”

Is this part of a “false-flag operation” by Ukrainian agents provocateur? Are they trying to turn Ukrainians against Putin-led Russia? Is this part of secret operation on behalf of the American-led puppet regime in Kiev?

As USA Today reported today, Jews in Ukraine are feeling the pressure as anti-Semitism appears to be on a rapid rise, particularly in the east.

“We don’t know if these notifications were distributed by pro-Russian activists or someone else, but it’s serious that it exists,” said Olga Reznikova, a Jewish woman in Donetsk. “The text reminds of the fascists of 1941,” she said referring to the Nazis who occupied Ukraine during World War II.

With the recent assassination of Ukrainian “Right Sector” leader Oleksandr “Sashko Bily” Muzychko, in a liquidation of the more thuggish elements in an operation similar to Hitler’s “Night of the Long Knives” in 1934, against his Sturmabteilung (SA) brownshirts, Western puppet Aresniy “Yats” Yatsenyuk, the interim Ukrainian leader, is already facing pushback from the Ukrainian military, who don't want to shoot and kill their own people. 

Reporter Patrick Martin, writing for World Socialist Web Site today, wrote that “Ukrainian troops sent to the eastern part of the country have refused orders to suppress opposition to the right-wing imperialist-backed government in Kiev and instead handed over their weapons, including armored cars and tanks, to the popular movement there.”

The Ukrainian troops are failing to suppress the will of the people in this region who are pro-Russian. One of the troops said his fellows had “gone without food for four days until local residents fed them” and that frankly he and his fellow soldiers “won’t shoot our own people,” which is why they handed over their weapons – much to the consternation of the Western imperialists who are looking to kick off a civil war or perhaps even World War III as their “anti-terrorist” operation in Donestsk falls apart and Russia stands firm.

So, we suspect that Ukrainians fascist elements in Right Sector and Svoboda parties – allies of fascist-friendly, neo-con warmongers, including U.S. Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), are trying to stir up the Jewish population – and thereby the world – against Russia when it is likely these anti-Semitic leaflets were created and distributed by the Ukrainian fascists working on behalf of the U.S. government and the EU and NATO.

We will continue to monitor developments in Ukraine as they come to our attention.

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