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National Socialism Unfolds in the Ukraine

There you have it in a nutshell – the ideology of the new Ukraine regime. As I have said previously, National Socialism can unfold in any society. And as you can see below, National Socialism has come to the Ukraine. This is classical fascism, not only fascism but racist fascism, which de facto means Nazism.

The Ideology of the New Ukraine

Eric Zuesse

The ideology of the new post-coup Ukraine is the ideology of its leaders. Above all, Dmitriy Yarosh, the founder of Right Sector; Andrei Beletsky, the founder of Azov Battalion; and Andriy Parubiy and Oleh Tyahnybok, the co-founders of the “Social Nationalist Party of Ukraine,” the party which, at the CIA’s urging, changed its name in 2004 to “Freedom” or “Svoboda,” in order to sell it better in the West.

All of these leaders are leaders in this new Government, but not at its nominal top, because the U.S. regime doesn’t want the ties of its new Government to Hitler’s Nazi Party to be so obvious to Americans or to Europeans — it would be bad PR, especially because the United States lost so many men fighting against Hitler’s forces and against the fascisms and racisms of Tojo and of Mussolini, all of which (especially Hitler’s views) are basically boiled down here in the statement quoted below (replacing “Ukraine” where Hitler said “German,” because this is a Ukrainian Nazi, not a member of the original Nazi party, which was the National Socialist Party of Germany).

The ideology of this Government was best expressed in 2010 by Andrei Biletsky. The translation provided from the original Ukrainian is mainly via Google chrome auto-translate but is clarified by minor changes from me in order to improve readability. Some terms are not translatable on the Web, so someone who knows the Ukrainian language should improve on the translation that is provided here and is invited to provide such an improved translation either alongside this one or else at a different site. But here is the best that I can come up with:

The Ukrainian text is here:

http://web.archive.org/web/20100216231547/http://rid.org.ua/?p=256

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http://rid.org.ua/?p=256

Here is the translation:

Ukrainian Social Nationalism

[symbol is presented here of the inverted Nazi Wolfsangel sign]

The main idea of mystical Social Nationalism is its creation, consisting not of piles of separate individuals united mechanistically into something called “Ukrainian” and the presence of Ukrainian passport, but instead a single National biological organism, which will consist of a new people — a physically, intellectually and spiritually more highly developed people. From the mass of individuals will thus come forth the nation, and the faint start of modern man: Superman.

Social Nationalism is based on a number of fundamental principles that clearly distinguish it from other right-wing movements. This triad is: socialism, racism, imperialism.

I. Socialism. We fight to create a harmonious national community. We argue that cutting social rozmezhovanist leads to decay and disintegration of Spirit of the national community, as well as fostering selfishness. We vidmitayemo being rich (provided the wealth acquired by them fair and socially useful work), but rejected the possibility of the poor. Every Ukrainian irrespective of the nature of the work should have a decent social status and material security. “I am ashamed to be poor in a rich country, even more ashamed to be rich in a poor country.”

On the principle of socialism follows our complete negation of democracy and liberalism, which generate rozbytthya Nation isolated on gray power unit and a crowd of famous personalities (ochlocracy). Instead, we put forward the idea of national solidarity, the natural hierarchy and discipline, as the basis of our new society.

Not a “democratic vote” crowd, who can not give councils to their own life, much less to the life of the State, but instead natural selection of the best representatives of the Nation — born-leaders as Ukraine’s leaders. Anyone who believes that this system of government is unacceptable, let him think, and if acceptable modern power system in which the prostitute and the Academy have equal say where degraded addict or gay equally valued in the election of the commander of the armored division. People by nature are born with different abilities and abilities and therefore the greatest happiness of man — when it finds its own place in the national hierarchy and conscientiously fulfills its purpose in life.

II. Racism. All our nationalism is nothing — just a castle in the sand — without reliance on the foundation of blood Races. Traditional (postwar, postounivskomu) nationalism has put the cart before the horse – claim that the nation is linguistic, cultural or territorial and economic phenomenon. We certainly do not exclude the value of spiritual, cultural and linguistic factors, as well as territorial patriotism. But our deep conviction is that all this only derivatives from our race, our racial nature. If Ukrainian spirituality, culture and language are unique, it is only because our racial nature is unique. If Ukraine will become paradise on earth, it is only because our Race turned it so.

Accordingly, treatment of our national body should start with racial purification of the Nation. And then in a healthy body can be regenerated a Race healthy national spirit, and its culture, language and everything else. Apart from the question of purity, we must pay attention to matters of usefulness to Races. Ukrainians — it’s part (and one of the largest and highest quality) of the European White Races. Races that produce a great civilization, the highest human achievement. The historic mission of our Nation, a watershed in this century, is thus to lead the White peoples of the world in the final crusade for their survival. It is to lead the war against Semites and the sub-humans they use.

III. Imperialism. We change the slogans “Independent Ukraine,” “United Ukraine” and “Ukrainians,” by an imperial nation that has a long history. Throughout its existence, the Ukrainians had at least two superpowers – Great Scythia and Kievan Rus. The task of the present generation is to create a Third Empire [a Ukrainian Third Reich] — Great Ukraine. This question, oddly enough, is not so much political as biological. Any living organism in nature seeks to expand, reproduce itself, increase its numbers.

This law is universal and Paramecium caudatum, and for the person and for the Nation-Race. Suspension means extinction in nature — death. The slowdown in population growth leads to biological death of Nations, the suspension of political expansion, and decline of the state. Thousands of times we have heard stenannya pseudo-nationalist oppression of us Poles and Moscow, their curses to the empires.

Social Nationalism is not so, he says – if we are strong, we take what is ours by right and even more, we will build a superpower empire — Great Ukraine, which is the legal successor of the Scythian and Kiev Russian empires. If we are weak, we place among the conquered peoples dying. As things are in nature! The choice is ours!

So, Social Nationalism raises to shield all old Ukrainian Aryan values forgotten in modern society. Only their recovery and implementation by a group of fanatical fighters can we lead to the final victory of European civilization in the world struggle.

This stand is right, and can not be otherwise!

Glory to Ukraine!

Andrei Beletsky

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World War 3 in Ukraine

Incredible video shot in Uglegorsk just after it was taken by the NAF (the militia).

In the first half of the video, things are mostly calm as men mill around in the center of the burning town.

In the second half of the video shot at night with infrared cameras, the NAF comes under heavy fire by GRAD MLRS systems. This is a truly terrifying Russian multiple rocket launcher that is referred to as “hail.” More like hail of death. That is one of the scariest weapons I have ever seen. Puts most ordinary artillery to shame.

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Ukraine War Update January 31, 2015

Ukraine advantages: More men. Air power (not in use). Number of fighters unknown.

Novorussian (NAF) advantages: More equipment. Better equipment. Better morale. 30,000 fighters.

Click to enlarge. Please refer to this map to locate the cities and towns discussed in the post. All locations discussed in the post can be found easily on the map.

Click to enlarge. Please refer to this map to locate the cities and towns discussed in the post. All locations discussed in the post can be found easily on the map.

The fighting recently has centered on an area called the Debaltsevo pocket. 3,000 Novorussian troops are close to surrounding, but have not yet surrounded 8,000 Ukrainian troops who are trapped there. Roadblocks are being set up. Just now, Marinovka was captured by the militia. The Ukies say they will fight to the end in Debaltsevo. They are very heavily dug in, and it will not be easy to take the city. If the militia can close off the Debaltsevo pocket, they can turn it into a cauldron. The militia has an overwhelming superiority in artillery that it is using to great benefit. 90% of Ukie casualties in Debaltsevo are due to artillery.

The Ukies have been trying desperately to resupply the forces in Debaltsevo via Artemovsk. The road is still open and resupply is ongoing, but it is under constant  artillery attack by the NAF. The militia now have some, but not total control over the Debaltsevo-Artemovsk road to the extent that they are able to rain artillery, albeit inaccurately down on it. Just now, there is a report of a Ukie column trying to get to Debaltsevo but is stuck on the road under artillery fire and unable to advance further. However, the road is not yet closed, and Ukie traffic continues to run the gauntlet back and forth from Debaltsevo. The road will probably be cut soon, probably at Logvinovo.

The video above shows a militia mortar team attacking a group of Ukies coming to reinforce the Debaltsevo force.

There are only about 3,000 people left in Debaltsevo, and people are leaving all the time. They will have to run a gauntlet of militia artillery to get out via the road. The latest news is that the Ukies have lost control of northeastern Debaltsevo to the attacking militia. The militia is offering the 8,000 Ukie troops in Debaltsevo the opportunity to surrender. However, the Ukies will probably not take the offer as the politicians running the war have ordered that Debaltsevo, like the airport and Ilovaysk before it, must be held at all costs.

The Debaltsevo garrison is in bad shape. Most Ukie heavy weaponry such as artillery and armored vehicles, were destroyed a few days ago. A lesser but still great number of tanks have also been taken out. The Ukies lack self-propelled heavy artillery which would be necessary for the defense of the city. It is simply a matter of time before the city is overrun and the defenders are either killed or captured. At the moment, the militia is in the northeast Debaltsevo and there is very heavy fighting in southern and eastern parts of the city.

Above is the first actual proof of militia presence in Debaltsevo. It shows militia members driving a captured Ukie BMP vehicle on the outskirts of Debaltsevo.

The militia also recently took Uglegorsk to the west after a very heavy battle. The now control almost all of the city, however, there are still some Ukies in the Uglegorsk suburbs. There is very heavy fighting still in this area with a lot of tanks involved. Both sides have suffered serious losses in this battle and sadly, there have also been many civilian casualties.

The militia took quite a few Ukie prisoners in Uglegorsk. The loss of Uglegorsk was a significant defeat for the Ukies. Today, Donbass Battalion forces moved from Debaltsevo towards Uglegorsk in an attempt to counterattack militia forces there. The militia opened fire on the attackers with MLRS, pinning the group to the ground.

Above, another large militia column in Uglegorsk. Three damaged militia tanks are in the foreground. The militiaman in the video is saying, “We are going to repair these tanks and fight as far as we can go.”

At the same time Uglegorsk was taken, Luganskiy to north end of the pocket near Svetlodarsk was also taken.

There is an extremely heavy battle going on now for the town of Chernuhino with street to street fighting in the center of the city. Just now, the militia stormed all Ukie checkpoints in town. The NAF now controls 80% of the town.

The town of Vergulevka to the northeast of Debaltsevo was finally taken by the militia after several days of battle. Reports that the militia had taken it several days ago were in error. The Ukies are heavily dug in nearby with multiple layers of defense and a lot of armored vehicles and artillery. Both sides took heavy losses in the battle for the town.

The militia just took the entire town of Nikishno which the Ukies had held since August. The militia suffered substantial losses in this battle. A Ukie counterattack was not successful.

The area of the Debaltsevo pocket is where most of the fighting is. There are reports of Ukies abandoning their positions, and there are also a number of defectors. A Ukie unit in this region recently changed sides, went over to the militia and helped the militia take a town. There were reports of artillery fire between the Ukies and the volunteer Nazi battalions.

To the north in Artemovsk where the Ukie field hospitals are located, there is a steady stream of Ukie wounded pouring in from the Debaltsevo pocket. The hospitals are in poor shape, but medics are working very hard. It is an ugly scene.

The Ukies are bombarding the city of Gorlovka with artillery. The fire is terrorist fire aimed at the city itself or civilian structures in the city. There was a 4 hour bombardment last night. All of the population is in shelters. The Ukies are also firing artillery at the city of Enakievo. The Ukies continue to control the city of Svetlodarsk which the militia are trying to capture to seal off the pocket. The militia have the city surrounded on three sides.

There are heavy battles going on in Minorovsky and Mironovka, both held by the militia. Militia-held Krasny Panzak is also under attack and there is fighting in the town.

The Ukies finally succeeded in capturing the city of Troitskoe to the northeast of the Debaltsevo pocket. Fighting was fierce here and the militia suffered heavy losses. A huge battle for the city of Popasnaya has been going on for some time. Neither army controls the city and both have sustained heavy casualties in the battle for the town. The militia is running short on ammunition in this battle.

There are artillery duels in the area of Nizhee, Kyrimskoe and Gorskoe, all controlled by the Ukies. To the south is a no man’s land. A lot of battles with heavy casualties on both sides have taken place over some checkpoints in the area, especially Checkpoint 31. The militia efforts to capture Kyrimskoe, ongoing for a week now, have stalled.

Both armies are pretty battered in this part of the front.

The front line is holding in the area of Schaste – Stanitska – Luhanskaya-Slavyanoserbsk. Artillery duels go back and forth, but the line doesn’t really change. Nevertheless, the Ukies have been taking serious casualties in Schaste for some reason.

To the west of Gorlovka, there is very heavy fighting going on in Maryorsk and Shumni, towns which are controlled by neither army. The militia are trying to bust through to the city of Dzherzinsk. They have reached the eastern outskirts but have been unable to go much further.

South of Gorlovka, the town of Ozeryanovka was taken a few days ago. Artillery maps confiscated from the Ukies showed that the Ukies were deliberately targeting civilian targets such as restaurants, churches and markets in Gorlovka. Krazny Partisan was taken by the militia earlier.

West and north of Donetsk, there is extremely heavy fighting going on in the area around the airport in Peski, Opyinoe and Avkeevka. All three towns are controlled by the Ukies, however, the NAF have taken part of Peski. The militia have been trying to take Peski for some time now with no success. They complain that the Ukies are hiding behind civilian shields. A major militia offensive to capture Avkeevka was repelled by the Ukies with serious losses by the militia. The militia also took heavy losses in Peski. The Ukies are also using human shields in this town.

There is also heavy fighting going on in Spartask, controlled by the militia. Some forward Ukie forces are still in Yasinovataya, where heavy fighting is still ongoing although the city is supposedly controlled by the militia. The militia recently took the railroad station in the center of town. The militia is said to have lost a couple of towns in this area, but I am not sure which ones.

Heavy fighting continues in Marinka. Reports that the militia had taken the town were in error. Neither side controls the city and the situation is stalemated.

East of Donetsk, Ukie artillery rains down on the city of Makeevka, controlled by the militia. There have been huge militia convoys of Russian vehicles moving through Makeevka recently, destination unknown but possibly heading towards the front near the airport.

In Donetsk, the Ukies continue to engage in terror shelling. These are not shells that go astray. The Ukies shoot at the city itself with no targets in mind. There were 10 Ukie reconnaissance squads operating behind enemy lines in Donetsk out of vans, mortaring the city. 8 of them have been rolled up. Locals are cooperating with the militia in locating these saboteurs.

South of Donetsk, the Ukies are hammering the cities of Elenovka, Dokuchaevsk and Telmanovo with artillery. Once again, these are terror shelling aimed at the cities themselves. Ukies have also been trying to break through militia lines at Elenovka and Dokuchaevsk, but they have not been successful, and the Ukies suffered important losses in Elenovka. There are heavy battles going on in Novotroitskoe southwest of Dokuchaevsk which is controlled by the Ukies. These are mostly artillery duels. Just now, there are heavy troop movements south of Dokuchaevsk. A major Ukie operation to capture the city and areas south of it may be coming soon.

From Dokuchaevsk south to Mariupol, nothing is going on at the front line other than reinforcement of positions. After the Ukie artillery attack on Mariupol that caused 125 civilian casualties, there has been no fighting in Mariupol. However, the Ukies feel that the militia is getting ready for a huge push to take the city. Drones are overhead constantly. These are apparently Russian drones and the presence of them now is seen as a harbinger of an impending militia attack.

Both sides are fighting very hard and very well. The Ukie performance in the field is much better than it was last summer. Also they have massively reinforced their positions. The militia are also fighting very well, quite professionally. One wonders if Russian military advisors are helping them.

There are heavy casualties on both sides, especially in the Debaltsevo pocket and near the airport. Both sides are probably suffering equivalent casualties.

The supply train of equipment from Russia is going full blast. There appear to be some Russian soldiers in this mix, but there are no regular Russian fighting units. Some draftees are being pressured to “volunteer” to go to Novorussia, but not all of them want to go. Poroshenko’s claim that there are 9,000 Russian soldiers in the area is in error. The true number may be 3,000. Tanks with Russian flags and a tank with the emblem of Russian military intelligence have been seen in Uglegorsk recently. There are also videos of what Ukies claim are Russian soldiers. How they determined this is not known. The video in question was also shot in Uglegorsk.

There are huge convoys of Russian military vehicles moving about in various locales in Western Russia. Where they are headed is not known.

Above is a large convoy of Russian military vehicles on the move in the Belgorad region of Russia, destination unknown. Ukies and the Western media like to go on and on about how all of the Russian humanitarian convoys are fake and are really military convoys disguised as humanitarian. However, all humanitarian convoys are exactly that. The Russian military convoys are quite blatant and simply drive right across the border with no attempt made to disguise them.

Above, a massive rebel column in Makeevka, possibly going to the front lines near the airport. All or most all of these vehicles have probably arrived from Russia recently. Whether the crews of these vehicles are militia or Russians is not known, but probably most of them are militia.

On the other hand, the Ukies are going to run into some serious ammunition problems soon. The army has been stocked with old USSR stores, which seem to be running out. The current ammo was made in the 1960’s. The current ammo will only last maybe three months before the Ukies start running into a serious ammo shortage. Every working or reparable military vehicle, tank or APC is already at the front and there are no replacements for them.

The Ukie government recently declared a state of emergency in Donetsk and Lugansk. This means the area is under martial law. The government also issued an order to allow officers to shoot Ukie troops who are guilty of insubordination. This implies that many Ukie conscripts do not wish to fight much or at all and are fleeing when attacked.

The Ukies have started draft call-ups in Kramatorsk, a Donetsk city they control, but there have been protests against that as the residents support the militia.

There is massive draft evasion ongoing in Ukraine, as many thousands of men are fleeing, hiding or leaving the country. Putin has announced that Russia is open for any Ukrainian men wishing to dodge the draft.

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