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They May Not Know Art, But . . . .

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Ukrainian Schutzmannschaft, OUN/B Nazi Collaborators

Valenthyn Nalyvaichenko, head of the SBU (Ukrainian intelligence service)

COMMENT: It is said that “a picture is worth a thousand words.” Viewing the iconography of the OUN/B heirs in Ukraine is more revealing than much verbiage. Check out the trident emblem of the Maidan events and participants,at left. Compare it to the heraldry of the Ukrainian “Schutzmannschaft”–the auxiliary police who did much of the dirty work for the Nazi puppet government of Stephan Bandera.

The imagery is chilling and undermines the posturing of Western media and governments about the true nature of contemporary Ukrainian political life.

Take the time to do a little internet searching on this. 

Very, very depressing.



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