Observers: Ukrainian Nationalists, Allied Legions Demonstrate Nazi-Style Sadism Toward Russian POWs
"I have [also] seen the video of the captured Russian soldiers being murdered," notes Bailey. "It’s incredibly disturbing and shows to all who view it the sort of people (I use the word loosely here) Russia has been concerned about being armed, within NATO and next to Russia’s borders. The de-Nazification is not just a political action, it’s a humanitarian action. Anyone who knows of Ukraine’s history of Nazi elements, Bandera and the UPA etc will be well aware of their brutality, and we see now in plain sight that Russia’s concern at the rebirth of such beliefs in Ukraine were much more than just 'Russian propaganda'!"
"It has been the objective of western capital and its state power to break apart any state power that would be an impediment to the looting of Russia's mineral wealth and skilled human labour," says DeBar. "The break-up of the Soviet Union – which was a necessary precondition to that project – was the objective from the time of the 1917 October Revolution up to and including the dissolution of the USSR on 31 December 1991. That was accomplished, in large part, by inciting every social, cultural, ethnic and other division in Soviet society, including the contradictions among nationalities - where it was possible – these were incited to a very large degree."