Nazi Ukraine? Time to STOP Drinking the Kremlin Kool-Aid…

Nazi Ukraine? Time to Stop Drinking the Kremlin Kool-Aid

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NAZI UKRAINE? TIME TO STOP DRINKING KREMLIN KOOL-AID

By Peter Dickinson
March 1, 2014 Business Ukraine magazine
Source: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10151915737385764&id=318925220763

Ever since anti-government protests first broke out in Ukraine late last year, the Kremlin has adopted a policy of labeling all Ukrainian protesters as fascists. These fascism claims are now being used to justify the military invasion and occupation of Ukraine. What began as a fairly run-of-the-mill Kremlin slur has now taken on the gravest possible historical importance as a justification for war.
In parallel to the military invasion of Crimea, an information war is currently being fought to discourage the international community from going to the aid of Ukraine by portraying events in Kyiv as a fascist coup. The objective is turn Western public opinion against intervention and allow Putin free reign to punish Ukraine for the country’s latest escape attempt.

There are ample indications that the Kremlin is winning…

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Federal employees in Moscow say they are being forced to participate in political action against Ukraine

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Messages are appearing in social networks indicating that Russian government employees are being forced to participate in an anti-Ukrainian procession to take place today in Moscow.

A meeting and a march will be held today in the center of Moscow to support the decision of Russia’s Federation Council to [allow Russian Armed Forces onto the territory of] Ukraine. Formally, the action is being called the march “in support of the Ukrainian people and against provocateurs who seized power in Kyiv,” the Russian television channel Dozhd reports, citing the ITAR-Tass Agency. Continue reading

Kremlin advisor urgently seeking counter-propaganda agents in Ukraine

A Kremlin consultant Close to the ruling party Yedinaya Rossiya, Dmitriy Orlov, is urgently looking for agents for counter-propaganda and organizing mass rallies in Ukraine. He wrote this on his Facebook page.

“Kremlin adviser needs professionals in analysis of elites, writers, specialists in counter-propaganda and organization of mass events.” Continue reading