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COMMENT: So, according to The Ministry of Truth, Swoboda is now “moderate.” We guess that is what happens when the leader of the group (pictured at right) meets with the Secretary of State (John Kerry.)
Notice that Swoboda’s moderation is indicated by their unwillingness to “openly” advocate throwing firebombs at the Ukrainian government security forces.
Hey, that sure sounds moderate to us!
(Photo source, Global Research article.)
In 2010, Oleh Tyanhybok, the leader of the group was honored by veterans of the 14th Waffen SS division (Galicia).
Their concept of “skull and bones” differs rather dramatically from Kerry’s.
EXCERPT: . . . . Mr. Yarosh has hinted at a role for his group in balancing the influence of a longtime player in Ukrainian politics, Yulia V. Tymoshenko, the former prime minister who emerged from prison after the fall of the old government with members of her political party, Fatherland, already holding the positions of acting president and prime minister.
Before the protests, the nationalist party Svoboda had occupied the nationalist niche to the right of Ms. Tymoshenko. But Svoboda and Fatherland are now allied. . . . [They were all along. Just check out FTR #779 –D.E.)
The Svoboda party, meanwhile, has moderated, and did not openly [!–D.E.] endorse the tactic of throwing firebombs when street fighting began in January. Svoboda was founded in 1991 under the name the Socialist-Nationalist Party of Ukraine, with a symbol that resembled a swastika. Its leader, Oleg Tyagnibok, met Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday . . . .
EXCERPT:. . . . ” In Canada, in May 2010 , [Senior Ukrainian opposition leader Oleh] Tyahnybok received the golden cross ” ‘for his service to Ukraine’ from the Brotherhood of the Veterans of the First Ukrainian Division of the Ukrainian National Army, veterans of the Waffen SS Galizien....”