Kremlin media continues to soil itself at the sight of organized Ukrainian nationalists. RT wrote about a National Corps action at a city council, labelling the group an “ultra-right Ukrainian militia”:
Black-clad members of an ultra-right Ukrainian militia held members of a municipal council in Cherkassy hostage until they voted for a city budget. The vigilantes said they came there to offer “a helping hand” to local MPs.
A handful of black-clad members of the ‘National Brigades’ – a recently-formed nationalist group – entered the municipal council of Cherkassy, a city of 290,000 people in central Ukraine, local media reported on Monday.
It went on to play the standard Nazi angle on National Corps:
The ‘National Brigades’ group was founded last year by the ultra-nationalist National Corps party, and was formed on the basis of the Azov Battalion and is led by its former commander, Andrey Biletsky. The volunteer battalion, while not a part of the Ukrainian military, was actively used by Kiev in the military crackdown on the self-proclaimed breakaway republics of Donetsk and Lugansk.
Biletsky, a former head of Ukraine’s neo-Nazi Social-National party, also known as the ‘White Leader’ in nationalist circles, is a highly controversial figure in Ukraine. Back in 2015, US lawmakers banned military aid to the Azov Battalion, calling it “openly neo-Nazi” and “fascist.”
National Corps representative Dmitry Kukharchuk, who took part in the improvised siege of the Cherkassy municipal council, said that the men came to give a “helping hand” to the deputies “in case they can’t find a common language.”
The incident came just one day after around 600 National Brigade initiates marched in military-like formations through Ukraine’s capital in a “swearing-in” ceremony held by Biletsky. The vigilantes vowed to “patrol,”“protect,” and “clear” the streets from alcoholics and drug addicts.
This shows the evil two-faced nature of Kremlin media and the Putin regime, which plays footsie with certain quasi-nationalist parties in Western Europe (and the American alt-right) that are pro-Putin, but squeals about “Nazism” when dealing with anti-Kremlin nationalists in former Eastern Bloc countries.
Ukrainian nationalism is far more advanced than anything in Western Europe and North America. As I’ve written before, they have tens of thousands of active members, some of whom are battle-hardened soldiers who fought Russia’s rebels in Eastern Ukraine with battalions like Azov. The National Corps group, which is a coalition of Ukrainian nationalists, has built up what is effectively a paramilitary force that could viably seize power one day, pushing out both the pro-EU business class and the Kremlin cucks.
The American alt-right is led by Nazbol Kremlin cucks, so naturally they never praise these brave Ukrainian nationalists, but rather smear them as “Soros puppets” or some other canard drawn directly from the KGB’s psychological warfare handbook. With Nazbols like Richard Spencer in charge, the movement will never amount to anything but a circle jerk of degenerates vying for the attention of their Russian mail-order brides.