Mainstream media continues to lie about Nazis fighting for Ukraine
The Nazi groups have also been documented murdering Ukrainian civilians
The German news outlet N-TV filmed an interview with Ukrainian military members who recently captured the city of Izium in the Kharkov region and inadvertently caught a glimpse of a Ukrainian battle tank with a Nazi swastika logo spray-painted on its side.
N-TV posted the video online Tuesday and it was widely shared as it further proves Russia’s claims that many Ukrainian soldiers are in neo-Nazi groups and sport Nazi imagery during warfare.
Just last week, an image published by the presidential office of Ukraine showed President Volodymyr Zelensky posing with a Ukrainian military member in the background wearing a Nazi patch in the same town of Izium where the swastika clip was filmed.
The skull and crossbones patch is the same as a logo used by Hitler’s 3rd SS Panzer Division ‘Totenkopf’ during World War II, only it has been updated to have the skull wearing headphones.
After the image went viral, Zelensky’s office altered the set of photos from his trip to Izium and removed the image of the armed guard wearing the SS-style patch altogether.
While the media and Ukrainian government continue to claim it’s “Russian disinformation” that the nation has neo-Nazi fighters, the fact that they do has been documented time and time again.
RT.com reports, “In late August, Zelensky posted an image on Instagram featuring a Ukrainian soldier wearing the patch of the 14th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS, also known as the 1st Galician Division. The unit, which predominantly comprised Ukrainian volunteers from the Galicia region, is primarily known for committing war crimes and massacring Polish civilians during World War II.”
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The proof that Ukrainian Nazis exist directly counters a recent remark by an “expert” witness in the Alex Jones Sandy Hook trial taking place in Connecticut this week.
The witness, a former FBI agent described as an “expert” on social media disinformation named Clinton Watts, told the jury Russia “lies” about Ukrainian military members being neo-Nazis as an example of how a group or person would promote a false narrative for a political or financial benefit.
Watts also claimed Russia also spreads lies about the Ukrainian military bombing children to try and stir up Russian citizens and to create support for the war.
The massive amount of civilian casualties, including hundreds of children, has been well documented by independent journalists who have been largely ignored or even demonized by mainstream media.
For example, American military veteran Patrick Lancaster has uploaded hundreds of hours of footage to the internet showing the aftermath of Ukrainian attacks on their own cities along with testimonials from frustrated citizens, many of whom cannot understand why their own soldiers are murdering them.
In fact, international human rights NGO Amnesty International released a controversial report in August exposing the Ukrainian military’s illegal war tactics being used in the fight against Russia.
Amnesty International found the Nazi fighters of the Ukrainian military illegally set up military equipment at 22 of 29 schools they investigated and documented at least one instance where a child was killed as a result.
The day after the “expert” FBI witness made the claims, independent journalist Eva K. Bartlett uploaded footage of dead Ukrainian citizens in the Russian-controlled territory of Donetsk who were allegedly killed by a Ukrainian blast.