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They May Not Know Art, But . . . .

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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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