Right Sector: The Great Ukrainian Reconquista

Topics:

Share This

We welcome comments that add information or perspective, and we encourage polite debate. If you log in with a social media account, your comment should appear immediately. If you prefer to remain anonymous, you may comment as a guest, using a name and an e-mail address of convenience. Your comment will be moderated.
  • JSS

    I have very mixed feelings about what’s going on Ukraine. I understand that western Ukrainians hate Russians so splitting the country may be for the best. On the other hand I would hate to see NATO bases on Russia’s doorstep, and for Ukraine to be looted and flooded with mud by the E.U. If the Ukrainian people are ignorant enough to join after what has happened to Spain, Italy, and Greece then maybe they deserve it.
    On the other hand if genuine “Nazi” nationalist come into power then I wish them the best. I just hate to see people that should be brothers fighting each other. I understand how much Ukriane suffered under the communist. But it’s the EU and US who are threats to the White Race, not Russia. It’s to late for Whites to be fighting old battles with eachother. We are all White now. We need to act like it.

    • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

      They jailed a nice-looking woman and ruined her health.

      • So CAL Snowman

        Tymoschenko was a western puppet who deserved to be in jail

        • Zaporizhian Sich

          Indeed, she was a crook, but it is also clear she was mistreated, even tortured behind bars. Other than being a crook, she was not nearly disabled when she was jailed, but she came out of jail that way. She paid a high price for being a western puppet. Good looking lady, but terrible politics describes Mrs. Tymoshenko. I hope she stays out of politics and devotes herself to her family, she probably has grandchildren by now.

          • JSS

            I understand wanting to have sympathy for a women but in my opinion she is a traitor. If she has it her way Ukriane will be flooded with Africans and Muslims. She doesn’t deserve any good will from us.

          • Ella

            How many Russian ethnics still live in the Ukraine that have allegiance toward Russia? Are Ukrainians still forced to speak Russian or taught bilingual languages in school?

          • Zaporizhian Sich

            Ukraine has about fifty million people, and twenty percent of those are Russians. Ukrainians are not forced to speak Russian though, many speak both languages. My father speaks both fluently, and so did my grandfather.

        • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

          I think it was politically-motivated persecution.

    • Pro_Whitey

      I understand BO is reducing our military to pre-WWII levels. Seems like a good time to get out of NATO. I realize that won’t happen, at least not with BO, but how the hell is our military supposed to handle all these commitments with even less? I’d love to get rid of the commitments.

    • So CAL Snowman

      The Right Sector remembers how the Germans liberated them from the oppressive Communists during WW2. The Right Sector remembers the 50+ factories the Germans built, and they remember the Communists razing those same factories to the ground. There is talk of destroying the monument to the Red Army. As much as I want to see the Right Sector succeed I must temper my expectations. We still do not know if these people are paid western agitators or true Ukranian Nationalists. I think it would be best for everyone if Crimea returned to the Russians.

      • Sick of it

        I’ll bet real money on them being paid and trained operatives.

      • BonV.Vant

        does Russia really need the Crimea?

        • Puggg

          That may be why they’re developing Sochi.

        • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

          They sure want Sevastopol. I suspect Russia’s main complaint in that respect is that it was Nikita Khrushchev – a Ukrainian – who gave the Crimea to the Ukraine. For reasons not exactly clear, the Russians don’t think they have enough land.

    • Romulus

      Truer words have never been spoken. My allegiance is by blood henceforth and I do all I can to unite the clans.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      Ask Amanda Knox what Italy and their diversity mud did for her.

      The only reason why they keep retrying her is for mudslide prevention.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        Mudslide Slim

  • David Ashton

    Who wants – and who profits from – a war between Russians and Ukrainians?

    • Spartacus

      I could tell you the truth, but you’d call me paranoid ….

      • David Ashton

        Perhaps not – in this case. In 1967 with friends I succeeded in bringing Russians and Ukrainians, Romanians and Hungarians, Serbs and Croats, together in London’s Albert Hall in Remembrance of the 50-year Communist Holocaust. We have to do all we can to prevent micro-ethnic recidivism dividing white people today.

        • Geo1metric

          “We have to do all we can to prevent micro-ethnic recidivism dividing white people today.”

          Gosh David, who would want to ” divide and conquer” us?

          • David Ashton

            Why let them?

          • Geo1metric

            I surely will not help them, but I also don’t know how to stop them or how to fight them other than to do what I am doing which is spreading “the word” as best I can. After all these years of doing that, they seem to only get stronger.

            Any suggestions?

          • David Ashton

            Spreading the truth as best we can is what we can do best. You never know when the house of cards will collapse under its own weight of lies, filth and intimidation.

        • Romulus

          Seconded! HUZZAH!

          • David Ashton

            Why let Them?

        • Long Live Dixie

          We have to do all we can to prevent micro-ethnic recidivism dividing white people today.

          What is wrong with a division of whites if genuine and radical Ukrainian nationalists emerge victorious from it?

          • David Ashton

            I don’t want to see another conflict between Ukrainians and Russians over e.g. the Crimea.

          • Long Live Dixie

            I don’t either, but I think we’re deluding ourselves if we think nationalism will come to Europe without any conflict.

          • Ella

            I agree. There are tensions between Austrians and Italians along with other European separatists groups in Spain, Corsica and Britain. I’m not sure how comfortable Germany is with the loss of lands after Potsdam Agreement. (Germanic tribes have lived in Western Poland for over 3-5K years (artifacts discovered at various sites) as Slavic tribes were further NE or SE.

          • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

            There’s nothing there worth fighting over, and I suspect everyone finally understands that now. I’d like Germany restored to her 1914 borders, but I won’t hold my breath for that.

      • BonV.Vant

        you could say the truth, but englemann would insert his presence to scold you

        • RisingReich

          Nah. Koshers here would just delete it.

          • Ella

            I know how the Ukrainians feel. I want Prussia back on the map; they have real reasons to fight for preservation. Once it is absorbed or annexed into a major country, forget your own existence.

          • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

            Me, too. There’s no such place in my world as “Kaliningrad”.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      I can’t guess who “profits”, but perhaps Svoboda “benefits”?

    • Romulus

      Ooh! Ooh! Ooh! (RAISES HAND) I know this one! I know this one!
      Pick me Mr.Ashton! I know this one! Lol

      • David Ashton

        You boy at the back of the class with your hand up (geddit?).

    • Long Live Dixie

      It depends on who wins.

      • David Ashton

        “The worst are ever united, the best are usually divided” (Oswald Mosley).

        • AndrewInterrupted

          Boy, if that doesn’t describe the U.S./E.U…!!!
          Thanks for the quote.

  • sbuffalonative

    “The Great Ukrainian Reconquista: What is the Right Sector fighting for?

    We,
    the warriors and commanders of the Right Sector are actively fighting
    the regime, remembering the heroism of King Svyatoslav the Courageous of
    Kyiv, King Danylo of Galicia, of Bohdan Khmelnytsky and the warriors of
    the Ukrainian Insurgent Army; implementing the right of a people to
    rise against injustice; and aware of our responsibilities before the
    dead and injured heroes of the Maidan.

    We are fighting

    For the right of every Ukrainian to human dignity…

    For a fair criminal trial of Berkut and other dogs of the occupational system…

    Against the humiliation and impoverishment of the Ukrainian people…

    Against the war of the government with its own people…

    For responsible voters and politicians…

    For the election of judges…

    Against corrupt and marginal democracy…

    Against degeneracy and totalitarian liberalism…

    For traditional folk morality and family values…

    For Ukrainian families having many children…

    For a spiritually and physically healthy youth…

    Against a culture of consumerism and eroticism…

    Against any form of “integration” on terms dictated from outside of Ukraine…

    For unity and worldwide greatness of the Ukrainian nation…

    For
    a great Ukrainian and European Reconquista… Everything is only
    beginning! From our Maidan, the rebirth of Kyivan-Rus/Ukraine commences,
    the rebirth of Europe commences.

    Glory to Ukraine!

    Glory to our heroes!”

  • Whiteplight sees the Emperor N

    One can at least say that the Ukrainians have showed the world how to have a revolution and keep order while its happening. The reason for this is that they are all Ukrainians and are of one culture. The other lesson is that misrule will drive people to rejection of that ruler (Russia). This often historically has opened doors to worse things, but Ukrainians have suffered enough under various forms of Russian rule for over a thousand years.

  • dd121

    If that guy ever comes over here I think we’ve found a drinking buddy. The country is Russian in the east and Ukrainian in the west. All the makings for a civil war. Putin would intervene in a civil war and Obama would sit idly by, as usual.

    • Homo_Occidentalis

      If the west does split off to join the EUSSR, I hope at least the east will be true to its blood ties with Russia and stay independent of the EU sphere. I have no doubt that economic integration with the EU would perhaps help Ukrainian incomes, but no price is worth giving cultural Marxism a foothold in Ukraine.

      • Romulus

        They have no clue what their asking for. It’s time people start thinking of their survival as a people and less with their wallets.

        • Geo1metric

          “It’s time people start thinking of their survival as a people and less with their wallets.”

          How true!!! But I don’t see that happening until the wallets are pretty much empty through an economic collapse for example.

    • Ella

      We sat idly by during Ukraine’s first Holocaust, Holodomor, during the 30’s. USA then declared Uncle Joe as our close Ally during WW2 -what a slap in the face for the Ukrainians.

      • David Ashton

        Wool was pulled over western eyes in the 1930s by Moscow’s propaganda experts abroad, though the CIA helped the Stetzkos and ABN after the war.

        • dogbone

          …” though the CIA helped the Stetzkos and ABN after the war.”

          Helped them get caught, or help the NKVD keep tabs on them?

          .

          • David Ashton

            I used to subscribe to various “exile” journals, including ABN Correspondence, and was in touch with both Ukrainian and Russian anti-communist groups which were all accused of being fronts or agents of either the CIA or KGB, or both, but my main interest was in obtaining information about communist criminality and in supporting anti-communist activity in both east and west; it was always necessary to keep eyes open and double-check as much as possible. The ABN had some rum characters with pro-nazi backgrounds who led a charmed life during the so-called Cold War, more than that I cannot speculate. There is much I could add about the ABN and its US and European connections, but nothing that answers your question with certainty.

            The Brooke case suggested that the NTS was Soviet-infiltrated, but this pro-Russian group was at odds with the anti-Russian ABN (although the latter cribbed some of its more sophisticated material). It is very difficult for amateurs to be sure of what is going an at the highest levels of international “intelligence”, except
            after the event, or by finding suspicious anomalies in a vast quantity of data which can include disinformation.

            You might find something of interest by putting your question in some form into Google (sorry, Spartacus).

            As for the Ukrainian famine, there are serious disputes about the precise casualty figures, but the death toll certainly ran into millions. The well-known photo of a mound of corpses with crosses
            is genuine but not from the Holodomyr – it comes from a Quaker mission to Buzulak to relieve hunger in the Soviet Paradise at an earlier period.

      • dd121

        The Ukrainians have had a sad history at the hands of the Russians.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      Obama would side with Diversity.

      Diversity: Taking what white people earned.

  • http://saboteur365.wordpress.com/ bigone4u

    The American neocons did it again. They fomented revolution and it backfired on them. Hooray. Wasn’t it American ambassador Victoria Nuland (born Nudelman) who said “Eff the EU.” Didn’t the evil John Mccain go to the Ukraine and stick his nose into the rebellion.

    If the Right Sector is truly nationalist, and are not shills for the CIA, Israel, et. al, then another good example is being set for the white race. Merkel and the EU big shots have probably lost some sleep over a situation they thought they could control, but couldn’t. Hooray again.

    • Romulus

      Midway through yesterdays jyork post, was an article about Germany claiming that it was israel’s closest ally in an article about trade ,if memory serves. I can’t recall the premise but the takeaway is preposterous. Germany has never been an ally of Israel, UNLESS…….. UNLESS!! The feminization of 60 treats of American occupation and the holocaust industry has produced the same ruling elites that we have here and LO, it be true! If they were all Germans and allies, as the claim reports, then why to some Germans get locked up by “OTHER” Germans for saying “hate speech”? Why is homeschooling illegal? Why the raids on German metal bands for their “hate rock”?
      We all know why?
      The same people are importing third world monsters all throughout Europe. Ireland, Scotland ,Netherlands,Scandinavia, Iceland, Australia, new Zealand,Canada.
      You get the picture, I’m sure.

      • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

        The only military aid Germany has given Israel is some new submarines. I think they also shipped them some surplus US-built M-48 tanks after they had their own Leopard-I in service, so that would have been in the late 1960s. Israel’s small arms were the FN-FAL, then the Galil and now the M-16. They never used the H&K, and even Germany only used the FAL for a little while as the G-1, as the Belgians wouldn’t give them a license production arrangement (funny how invading a neutral country and occupying it for five years will piss the locals off).

        Germany was a big user of the Lockheed F-104, which Israel never used. They both flew the F-4 Phantom, but offhand I don’t know which versions.

        I do know that Germany has very strict laws about weapons exports, which means military equipment can never be sold by them to nondemocratic countries. For several decades, this meant that most of Latin America was verboten, but now Chile operates surplus Lepoard-II tanks (I can’t imagine why Chile thinks they need them; their border with Argentina isn’t exactly ideal tank terrain.)

        • AndrewInterrupted

          Strict laws only matter when they are enforced. I give you the recent example of F-35 schematics intercepted en route to Iran. Of the schematics that are intercepted, how many aren’t? What’s the X factor?

          And China and Israel are number one and two on the American commercial and military IP theft list. That’s not describing allies.

      • Ella

        I never researched who control the German banks but a few interesting names came up over the years in the media. “I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies….” said Jefferson. Look at the money masters and charmers of these private banks.

        • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

          Even in Germany, banks are publicly-traded corporations. You could buy stock shares in one.

        • Romulus

          Tragic that we didn’t see all of this coming. For an excellent site in geo-political issues and who controls the PURSE strings read the occidental observer by Kevin MacDonald, then to balance the information, compare it to American thinker. One is a critical view the other a pro view ( of the you know who’s)
          Treasure trove of information if nothing else.

    • ShermanTMcCoy

      Let’s pray that is the case.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        I think Switzerland and Norway are leading the way out of the EU mud trap. They realize the West had been slipped an ideological mickey.

  • Geo1metric

    We can learn a lot from the Ukrainian situation as well as the Greek situation notwithstanding the demographic differences between the US population and those of the Ukrainians and the Greeks.

  • Dave4088

    I don’t believe Russia is the enemy of Ukraine. If the Ukraine thinks that their salvation lies with the decadent and moribund EU and U.S. then they are in for a very rude awakening. Ukraine doesn’t realize that the West represents the new iron curtain and wears a false face of democracy and human rights. Ukraine will be required to codify homosexuality and accept throngs of Africans and Muslims in order to receive economic aid.

    The Ukrainians better be careful what they wish for.

    • Romulus

      That is exactly correct. The battle between russia and the eurotrash zone(eu)/ WASHINGTON is at its highest level because of the resources that flow directly through the ukraine. Namely the natural gas and oil pipelines. Russia has the planets largest reserves of LNG, which is what heats most of europes homes in lieu of the depleting oil reserves from the middle east.
      Remember years ago when bush was in office, the strategy to employ a defense sheild in the region that was thwarted by russia. The goal was to put our ” chess pieces in place to corral the region for our interests. The energy. Russia and china derive nearly 60% of its oil consumption from Iran, so the west concocts a strategy to deal with the region.
      I bear no love for haji, but im not foolish enough to believe the BS from either the left or the right.
      Russia is also very pro russia and does not wish its nation and people to descend into the sewer that europe and america has become. So you have the usual instigators positioning for control. Some from the eu, some from america, just using different tactics.
      BHO was on record saying that the evil yanokovich(sp?) Was suppressing the ukraine meanwhile back in america freedom loving americans (whites) and their constitution are under daily assault.
      What a load of bull. Even fox is rolling out the anti russian propaganda with shows like ” THE AMERICANS” and the usual suspects for political ananlysis.

      • Bergeron

        My take on “the Americans” is not that it is anti-Russian, but rather a portrayal of communists as nobly committed to their cause. The show doesn’t really explore the ideology; it strikes me as an effort to present and endorse a vague notion of international socialism as an ideal worth fighting for.

        • Romulus

          I’ll go with that, sure. I would further postulate the premise is to combine communism with Russians, AGAIN. Although, communism is not a creation of the RUS , but of a particular migrant group. In Russia, they were called the bolsheviks

          • Bergeron

            What I’m saying is that the show seems like it might be intended to promote bolshevism, in a roundabout and subtle way.

          • Romulus

            Thank you. I follow now. I caught the first couple of episodes simply because I like Kerri Russell but then lost interest.
            Most TV disgusts me anymore. I prefer TCM, THE ANIMAL shows that don’t deal entirely with people or any old school Americana.
            In fact, I intend to phase out TV watching entirely in the near future. I can’t seem to justify the cost for the terrible content. Their are other ways to stay informed and entertained.

          • Bergeron

            I started watching it because of Keri Russell, too. She sure is pretty.

          • Long Live Dixie

            Although, communism is not a creation of the RUS , but of a particular migrant group. In Russia, they were called the Bolsheviks

            That’s true, but the Russians seem quite nostalgic for communism. It is almost as though it has become part of their blood.

            The hammer and sickle still fly at Russian army parades, the Communist Party is the second strongest in the Duma, Russia recognises the communist state of Transnistria (look up their flag), and even much of Russian “nationalism” (so-called) is linked with Bolshevism (e.g., the National Bolshevik Party).

          • ShermanTMcCoy

            Prednistrovians (they don’t call themselves Transnistria) is most certainly not communist. However, in order to gain recognition by the scum liberals of the West, they bend over backwards for gay rights, parades, etc. It was the EU loving government in Moldova that shut down their presses.

          • Long Live Dixie

            Their flag and coat of arms both have a hammer and sickle. Their parliament is called the Supreme Soviet. Granted, it could all be for show. But if so it hasn’t helped them get international recognition from the liberal West.

          • jeffaral

            Slavonic mentality is oft linked with collectivism. Just compair the German Wehrmacht with the Soviet Red Army.

          • David Ashton

            Most Russians want a strong national state with a stable economy. Nostalgia for “Stalinism” is a protest against the oligarch plunder and moral degeneracy.
            Most Ukrainians ditto. Hatred of Bolshevism has often been mixed with hostility to Russian imperialism.
            It is not beyond the wit of European minds to sort out the rights and wrongs, and to secure a co-operative future for the Slav nations and their Germanic and Latin neighbours.

      • BonV.Vant

        I am so fed up with what the US has become that I think I am for Russia these days. I think white people in the US think more highly of Putin that they do of obamma or romney.

        • Romulus

          It is a sad state State of affairs when our rulers (right/left) refuse to represent us. I have no illusions of the west or it’s founders.
          Nor any decisions that brought about all this change. Neither about industrializations impact on ecosystems or liberalism over it’s very long history.
          The difference,for me, is that I refuse to apologize for western civilization, it’s creators or it’s descendants.
          Our race is all that matters. In group psychology is paramount to it’s survival.

    • BonV.Vant

      I think that what the guy in the video is implying is that the revolution in the Ukraine will spread, and topple the governments in the west.

    • Long Live Dixie

      . . . accept throngs of Africans and Muslims in order to receive economic aid.

      They will also lose a good chunk of their own native population (disproportionately young and educated) to the richer countries of the West. It would be bad for Ukraine and bad for the West.

  • Puggg

    My first thoughts were that neither side in this battle was worth supporting, because one side was beholden to Berlin/Brussels/Washington, and the other to Moscow, and the Old Country (that is, for half of my ethnic heritage anyway) has had bad experiences with being hooked at the hip with Berlin and Moscow in the last century.

    The more I see, the more I think the “rebels” are playing the people who are backing them, funding them and supporting them for fools. Taking their money and manipulating their support but doing it for completely different reasons. We just might yet have a Ukraine-for-the-Ukrianians government in Kiev, flipping the bird to Moscow, Berlin, Brussels, Washington, all of them.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      Such a movement is inevitable, and it will also be the excuse for our hostile religious and racial enemies to murder millions more Ukrainians. They already killed at least 20 million of them between during the first half of the 20th century from WW-I until after WW-II with atrocities such as the massacres against the Kulaks, the Holodomor, war crimes against civilians and the Gulags. My father has been saying the U.S. has been pushing Ukraine into a war for years, I think he is right. We are very likely going to see a very brutal civil war, Moscow and Washington both want to use Ukraine for their own ends with no regard for the death and suffering that will bring to Ukrainians. I hope they are ready to be ruthless guerillas and killers, because they will NOT get outside help like the last time they rebelled against Moscow under Red Mafiya Bolshevik rule. During the Second World War, there were guerillas who fought against the Nazis and the Soviets, and they used methods that would make an American’s blood run cold. After all, all Ukrainians are also Cossacks, the were mention of which used to engender fear and terror because when they showed up, heads often rolled literally.

      • BonV.Vant

        I see things differently. I see that the actions in the Ukraine will give other groups all throughout Europe more hope and confidence, and it will instill fear in the leaders of the current system. One day the Ukrainian leader seemed in control, the next day he was gone. His fortunes changed so quickly because he was against the will of the people. The leaders of Europe today are 100% opposed to the will of the people. something will give.

        • Zaporizhian Sich

          I have no doubt of that, but I have blood ties to Ukraine and I know too well what has happened to Ukraine’s past efforts to achieve independence. Yakunovich is not out of the picture yet, he must be exiled, jailed or killed for that to happen. Had this happened before the fall of the Soviet Union, you would see why Ukrainians hate Russia as much as they do. Yes something has to give, but every time there is a dam break there’s also a lot of unintended consequences and victims. That is what’s dead ahead in Europe.

          • BonV.Vant

            From what I understand, the eastern ukrainians seem much closer to Russia than the western ukraininas. Would it be bad for the country to spilt?

          • Zaporizhian Sich

            It would be very bad because eastern Ukraine is mostly ethnic Russians. Splitting would create another Kosovo style situation, and we all know how that worked out for the Serbs.

          • Puggg

            The areas of the current Ukraine that are just about entirely ethnic Ukranian are land locked and have no access to the Black Sea. There’s going to have to be some population displacement, hopefully painless and bloodless.

          • Long Live Dixie

            How different are Ukrainians and Russians, really? I have met both and I couldn’t tell you a single difference. Do Ukrainians truly constitute a nation? Or are the differences mainly political disagreements?

          • Zaporizhian Sich

            Just different enough to slay one another. Yes they have similar culture, religion and appearance, but I can tell them apart by the language. My grandmother was Russian, my grandfather and uncles were Ukrainian, and I could tell when they spoke either one. Ukrainian has two letters that are not used in Russian. If you are reasonably fluent in Russian, you can follow what someone is saying in Ukrainian, but it’s like a Spanish speaker trying to converse with a French speaker. Some Ukrainians are Catholics, there are very few if not no Russian Catholics. The rest are orthodox Christians. Ukrainians are a distinct people from Russians, despite what many Russians think, they are not ” Rusyns or Little Russians. Ukraine is the mother of all Slavic nations, it existed for over 1,500 years and during the tenth and eleventh centuries it was a regional superpower. The Ukrainians you met may have been in fact Russians who are from Ukraine, they are a large ethnic minority there. If they came from the eastern side of the nation, they are probably Russian.

          • ShermanTMcCoy

            I don’t think so. I believe that a split would allow each side to pursue its own interests. Ukrainians and Russians are united by culture, language similarity, religion, and for very many, familial ties. My wife is half Ukrainian/half Russian. I believe that freedom of association rather than forced association would begin to foster good will.

            The Albanian muslims are the biggest most violent criminals in Europe. Of course they were supported by the scum Bill Clinton and the evil West. Not a good comparison at all.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Why does your first paragraph sound so familiar?
            I thought you were describing the U.S., for a second.

            With a wife who is half Russian/half Ukrainian, I should read more of your posts on the Ukraine topic.

          • Zaporizhian Sich

            My father is also half-Russian and half Ukrainian. Yes, they have a lot of in common, but the problem is mainly centuries of Ukraine’s language and culture being under attack, along with the people themselves. You cannot ignore the fact they were and still are a very oppressed people, and so are the Russians whose rulers oppressed the Ukrainians even more harshly. A split would only leave western Ukraine poorer and more isolated, and vulnerable to further attack.

          • David Ashton

            Irredentist warfare is one thing. Regional self-government another.

          • ThomasER916

            That was the purpose of Russification – to destroy Ukrainian identity, heritage (heredity) and unity. That’s why the Jews support mass non-white immigration in every western nation. Jews have been using mass immigration since the time of Rome. Here’s a warning from Emperor Claudius:

            “The Jews, on the other hand, I order not to aim at more than they previously had, …and not to intrude themselves into the games presided over by the [Greeks], since they enjoy what is their own, and in a city which is not their own they possess an abundance of all good things.Nor are they to bring in or invite Jews coming from Syria or [other parts of] Egypt, or I shall be forced to conceive graver suspicions. If they disobey, I shall proceed against them in every way as seeking to spread a sort of public sickness throughout the world.”

          • Romulus

            Thank you for that. I enjoy reading Roman history and hadn’t yet come across that quote!

      • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

        The Ukrainian nationalists had there last division-scale battles against the Soviet army in about 1955, and the terrorist aspect of the resistance finally died out in about 1972. If the Germans had treated them better, the world would be a happier place, but the Nazi regime was criminal in their behavior.

        • jeffaral

          Anti-German bashing eh?

          • BonV.Vant

            No, let’s take an honest look at the situation. When the Germans invaded the Ukraine they were actually greeted as liberators, greeted with tears of joy in fact and there are films of this. Their “new world order” though placed slavic peoples in the category of “untermenschen”, sub-humans, and declared they would be wiped out by slavery, being worked to death. Such a policy destroyed the good will that they were originally greeted with. Please don’t make the same mistake as the left to call those who speak the truth as being “haters”. What the NAZIs did was very foolish. Once the countryside was turned against them they then had much rebel activity interrupting their supply lines and sabotaging their war. It was a very foolish thing to do on the German’s part.

          • jeffaral

            You’re just regurgitating the victors’ propaganda. Red Army Ukranian General Vlasov with a whole division defected to the German side; German soldiers didn’t go around raping Ukranian women and Ukranians were generally treated humanely.

          • David Ashton

            No, the Nazis followed a mistaken, albeit war-supply driven, policy of colonial conquest rather than collaborative liberation, even though their activities were exaggerated in Soviet propaganda. Vlasov was a courageous Russian, connected with KONR which Nazi ideologists, unlike the Wehrmacht officers, found too “liberal democratic”. Ukrainians had their own anti-Soviet military organisations. Hitler’s policy in the East towards the Slavs and the Jews contained the seeds of tragedy, and there is no harm in learning lessons from it.

          • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

            Even the Wehrmacht had good moments. When the Kuban Pocket was about to be destroyed, the Germans let the Ukrainian civilians evacuate first. They knew the roads would otherwise be full of desperate families, so this was also good military sense on their own part.

    • Sick of it

      You have an extraordinarily positive view of humanity.

  • Einsatzgrenadier

    The Unites States could really use a militant far right organization like the Right Sector. Good for them for defending Ukrainian national sovereignty and resisting EU membership. At least they realize that blood and soil is the most important thing there is. Refusing to prioritize blood and soil over everything else is demographic and cultural suicide in today’s globalized world.

  • BonV.Vant

    Maybe it is starting in the Ukraine. I predicted the end of “modernism” a few months ago. What I was saying is exactly what this guy is calling for.

  • Sangraal

    I have been wondering if WN/AR support for Putin’s Russia is as misguided as Ukrainian nationalists alliance with pro-EU parties.
    What little coverage of the situation in Ukraine that I have seen on WN/alt right/etc. sites has been unanimously pro-Russian/Putin, and has largely sidestepped the involvement of Ukrainian ethno-nationalists in the insurgence. As I see it, this is who we should be supporting – they are our counterparts, not Putin and the Duma. This coverage has echoed the propaganda broadcasts by the Russian foreign ministry and Russia Today. This propaganda, among other things, has soured my attitude to Putin’s Russia and its geopolitical project somewhat. They have resorted to the cheap, anti-nationalist slurs one would expect from our enemies in order to demonise Ukrainian patriots, branding them ‘neo-Nazis’ and ‘anti-Semites’. Why is our supposed ‘great hope’ in the fight against globalism and U$ hegemony adopting the language of the SPLC and the ADL?

    I read an article on RT condemning the Right Sector/Svoboda’s proposals for the revised Ukrainian constitution, among them the proposal to repeal anti-thought crime laws (you know the kind I mean…). With friends like that, who needs the EU?
    Russia has also played the ‘linking to Hitler’ game that our enemies are so fond of with the Ukrainian patriots, condemning their support for Stepan Bandera and the OUN/UIA, who they brands as ‘Nazis’. (In fact, these groups fought alongside the Soviets against German occupation, and alongside the Germans against Soviet occupation. Their loyalty was to Ukraine, and they formed their alliances according to what would best serve their cause at the time.)

    I question whether Putin’s Russia genuinely represents multipolar sovereignty, as Aleksandr Dugin (perhaps naievely, perhaps cynically) claims, or if, like the US, it will predicate its allegiance on tactical self-interest. In railing against the US, it has generally been tactical for Russia to espouse the values that we hold (resistance to Cultural Marxism, traditional culture, anti-globalism, national sovereignty, etc.), yet in the case of Ukraine, Russia has thrown those who champion these values (our natural comrades) under the bus, as they have gotten in the way of its power struggle with the US.
    I am under no illusions – if the US/EU are allowed to gain a foothold in the new Ukraine, they will throw the nationalists under the bus at the first opportunity. Further, I recognise that US/EU domination will be far worse than Russian domination – government corruption and the Moscow lobby will be nothing compared to third-world hordes and Cultural Marxism. That is why it is imperative in the coming weeks for Ukrainian nationalists to consolidate their hard-won, yet tentative victory and ensure that the US/EU virus is not allowed to take root. The Ukrainian nationalists have taken a huge gamble in exchanging Russian hegemony for either sovereignty or damnation. But we will all have to take risks to achieve our goals, as we well know, and the Right Sector have done so boldly and effectively. They have lit a torch for other European patriots to follow, and showed that with popular support, militance, organisation, and will, our enemies can be overthwrown.
    Slava Ukraini! Sa Svobodu!

    • AndrewInterrupted

      I’m still trying to educate myself on all this. So the Right Sector & Svoboda are the same entity, or are they two similar entities?

      • Sangraal

        Right Sector is an alliance of right-wing/nationalist groups. I was under the impression that Svoboda was part of this alliance, although according to the wikipedia page on Right Sector, they are not. However, they have made common cause with each other in this struggle, and have a lot more in common with each other than either do with the pro-EU Euromaidan groups and the main opposition party. Svoboda is itself a political party with parliamentary seats and aspirations, whereas Right Sector is more like an autonomous activist group.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          So it is as fuzzy as I have been absorbing it. Almost like a Tea Party within a Republican Party. Except Republicans don’t give a hoot about American sovereignty.

    • wildfirexx

      I agree, once the NWO EU commission gets hold of Ukraine’s banking system they will hold the people ransom to their financial debt, and then use political lobbyists to contribute campaign money to get the people of their choosing elected.
      And once the neocon Zionists take control of the media they will try to change their civil laws through social engineering, and try and brainwash the people of Ukraine into embracing diversity and multiculturalism as a worthy cause by allowing floods of foreign migrants and immigrants into the country to dilute their ethnic and racial identity. I expect this will happen… because that’s what’s been going on in the West since the 1970’s, and nothings being done to stop it!

      • Sangraal

        Hopefully the triumph and embitterment of the past few weeks will provide Ukrainian nationalists with the impetus to resist this process every step of the way. When the revolution from above took hold in the West, there was no precedent to show us the dangers that awaited us. Eastern Europeans can see what’s been done to our countries, and can learn from our mistakes.

  • WR_the_realist

    There are many different factions among the Ukrainian protestors. Some just want stronger ties with the E.U. and some are Ukrainian nationalists who want more independence for their country. John McCain, who never saw a foreign pot he didn’t want to stir, has come out on the side of the protestors. It would be wonderfully ironic if as a consequence of the support of people like John McCain the nationalists come to power.

    • Long Live Dixie

      It’s tough from an outsider’s perspective to determine what portion of the protestors are genuine nationalists. The Russian media hype the “Nazi” segment regularly, but they have motive to do so. If nationalists emerged as clear leaders of the protestors, then my sympathies would be solidly behind the protestors. As it is now, I can’t tell who, if anyone, is running things.

    • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

      I hope things stay relatively sane there. As almost 48, I probably have one more war left in me, but it should be here. The Ukraine has already suffered enough.

      • WR_the_realist

        I agree with that. There’s already a disturbing amount of violence in the demonstrations and the government response to them. The last thing I want to see is a war in Ukraine. But if there are two countries that can egg them on to such a war, it’s Russia and the U.S.A.

        • Ella

          Amren bloggers label US government as a Marxist cultural entity but then we speak of a puppet war between US, being EU supporters, and Russian “soft” communism. Purpose is to fatten defense contractor’s wallets and distract from the miserable debts/economy? Did I get it right?

          • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

            I doubt the defense contractors would make anything. There is so much stuff left over from the Cold War that there’s almost no money in it. Germany alone sold off huge stocks of equipment in the 1990s. Current operators of the Leopard-II, every bit as good as our own M-1 Abrahms, include Poland, Finland, Sweden, Canada, Chile and Singapore. Why Chile needs modern tanks is beyond me. Their only potential enemy is Argentina, and the mutual border is the Andes Mountain range: infantry country. Are they going to fight Peru and Bolivia again? Over a desert?

  • antiquesunlight

    It is good that their focus appears to be on reaffirming Ukrainian culture. Maybe they will inspire some of their Western European brothers to wake up.

  • Ella

    Ukraine again has tough choices between the corrupt West and brutal past with the Bolshevist. They never seem to be free of the exert forces from foreign countries. I hate to see Whites again in the midst of a Civil War since the NATO will probably put down any nationalistic movement. I hope they remain independent from both EU and Russia.

    • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

      What they need is free trade on honest terms with both, but political independence from both.

    • MBlanc46

      Nicely put, but pressure from NATO and the EU, and the desire of many Ukrainians to go to Western Europe to work or go on welfare makes it just about inevitable that the Ukraine will wind up in the EU.

  • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

    We haven’t kept anyone’s land since 1898.

  • Alex Rush

    Just because people are violent, it does not mean they are somehow oppressed victims. Furthermore, the ‘Right Sector’, which chants slogans of the Jew and Pole killing second world war Ukrainian Insurgent Army, does not embody the values of fair thinking and evidence based reasoning found here at Amren. Neither, I think, did the very recent visits to Ukraine of American secretaries of state and Russia hating Senators. Think back to Holbrooke’s (‘drop bombs for peace’) visits to the Balkans in the 1990s.

    Eastern Europe is full of countries with divided populations – Kosovo (north section, Serb), Bosnia (entire east half, Serb), Ukraine. There is no reason why these countries do not disregard their external borders – which are only left over internal administrative borders from communist times – and divide into separate more or less monoethnic
    nations, other than the fact that it suits American imperial policy to
    insist, at the cost of the lives of hundreds of thousands, that
    countries must be multicultural and multiracial, and that peoples may not decide their own destiny. To this day, Bosnia is still a ‘UN Protectorate’. In this case of the Ukraine, Crimea wasn’t even part of the Ukraine SSR until the Khrushchev era.

    This American policy is a simple lie aimed at hegemony over and access to the
    resources of the widest possible geographical area, and where in each
    single country, American support is directed towards the ethnic group
    which can be relied on to be pro-American, and against that which is
    historically pro-Russian. In this way, democracy and
    multiculturalism is the chief propaganda theme of western
    imperialism.