Schlagwort-Archive: #Neonazis

The Oligarch Who Financed Neo-Nazis Said Ukraine Could Join A New Warsaw Pact

Andrew KORYBKO 10 December 2019

Igor Kolomoysky, the Ukrainian oligarch who financed Neo-Nazi death squads in Donbas, told the New York Times last month that Ukraine could potentially join a “New Warsaw Pact”, but his dramatic words should be seen through the prism of a disgruntled bill (…)

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Russia Insider; Nov 26, 2014: Selected Articles

Russia Insider (1), Nov 26, 2014 — Selected Articles

  1. It’s Time for the West to Offer Putin a Deal on Ukraine (Financial Times) by John Thornhill (Financial Times) – URL:
  2. NATO Quadruples Jet Deployment on Russia’s Borders by Zero Hedge – URL:
  3. Blinded by Arrogance, Western Policy Has Gone Horribly Wrong in Ukraine by Vladimir Golstein – URL:
  4. US Strategy Is to Provoke a New Cold War with Russia by Pepe Escobar – URL:
  5. Check Out Some of These Hard-Core Nazis in Power in Kiev by Justin Raimondo – URL:
  6. How the Israel Lobby Protected Ukrainian Neo-Nazis by Max Blumenthal (Alternet) – URL:
  7. Why Is Ukraine Allowed to Write the Official Report on MH17? by Eric Zuesse – URL:

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