Monthly Archives: January 2018

Ukraine | Nazis demonstrate their force in Ukraine

On January 28 the Nazis marched in the capital of Ukraine. Its organizer was the National Corps, also known as the Azov regiment. This association adheres to Nazi views and dreams of creating a racially pure state. Its leader, Andriy Biletsky, is known among his supporters as the “White Leader”. In 2014, they supported a coup d’etat in Ukraine, acquired combat experience and created their own armed formations formally integrated to the Ukrainian police. On January 28 Azov announced the creation of a new paramilitary detachment called National Squads. 600 “national militiapersons” walked through the center of Kiev and swore “to serve the Ukrainian nation.” Participants of the march demonstrated professional training and uniform. This caused resonance and fear even among supporters of the Kiev regime. Ukrainian social networks are vigorously discussing the Nazi march.

Hunger in conflict zones continues to intensify

29 January Rome, 2018 –Food insecurity in conflict-stricken countries continues to deteriorate, meaning humanitarian efforts to provide affected communities with food relief and livelihood support remain extremely critical, FAO and WFP have told the UN Security Council.

USA | NATO: Moving Ever Closer Toward Russia

By Phil Wilayto

When the North American Treaty Organization, or NATO, was founded on April 4, 1949, it had 12 members: the U.S., Canada and 10 Western European countries. By then the wartime cooperation with the Soviet Union was long over and NATO was essentially an anti-Soviet military/political alliance.

US military bases & patrol routes compromised by fitness tracker map

Terrorists, militants and other irregular forces who don’t use jogging apps may have a tactical advantage after a worldwide heatmap by fitness tracking app Strava exposed the possible locations of hi-tech force deployments.

Ukraine | Ukraine’s new heroes: Anti-Semites and murderers of Jews

KIEV—A statue in memory of Symon Petliura was unveiled several months ago in the Jewish neighborhood of Vinnitsa. The monument was initiated and erected by the Ukraine authorities. Petliura, by the way, is linked to the massacre of as many as 100,000 innocent Jews during the 1918-1920 civil war.