Ukraine is back in the news after former prosecutor Viktor Shokin made an appearance on Fox News’s One Nation with Brian Kilmeade.
Kilmeade, normally among the most shameless of pro-Ukraine propagandists, aired the interview last weekend, during which Shokin stated what is obvious to anyone who has been paying attention “Yes, they were being bribed” referring to the Biden family.
Shokin was famously fired after Joe Biden, then Vice President and heading up Ukraine foreign policy for the Obama Administration, threatened then President Petro Poroshenko with the loss of a billion US dollars promised in US loan guarantees.
Biden would later tell the story to the Council on Foreign Relations in 2018 “You don’t fire the prosecutor, you’re not getting the billion dollars” he said. Followed by “Son of a bitch, he got fired”.
Dutifully, Western media like the Washington Post, New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal, all followed up with vague claims of corruption by Shokin, but no evidence or specificity was forthcoming.
What was forthcoming was that Shokin had been investigating Burisma, the Ukrainian gas company that hired now President Biden’s crackhead son Hunter to be on its board of directors. This despite the fact that Hunter knew nothing about the energy business, did not speak Ukrainian, and had no discernible skill that would warrant him being hired at anything so prestigious as a fast food restaurant in the United States.
More recently, JustTheNews.com obtained memos summarizing the findings of the Interagency Policy Committee (IPC) – a task force created to advise the Obama White House on whether Ukraine was cleaning up its endemic corruption and deserved more Western foreign aid. “Ukraine has made sufficient progress on its reform agenda to justify a third guarantee,” reads an Oct. 1, 2015, memo.
Biden threatened to withhold those funds in December of the same year. There was no legitimate basis for doing so, contra the Democrat narrative.
In Western media, to the extent this is covered at all, it is framed as evidence of Joe Biden being involved in corrupt practices. This much is so obvious it scarcely warrants mentioning.
What is less obvious, and not at all discussed in media, is its direct nexus to the war currently taking place in that region, the Ukrainian interference in the 2016 election, and the role this likely played in the election of 2020.
You hear plenty about Russian interference in 2016. Trump is the Siberian Candidate, we are to believe. The Russians hacked the DNC and John Podesta and had “bots” helping Trump by calling him a Nazi which is how you win elections in the United States, apparently.
But the mark of a successful intelligence operation is its lack thereof. You do not hear about successful intelligence missions because their success is marked by secrecy. You hear about the outcomes all the time, surprise election upsets, other convenient happenings, more coincidences than a reasonable person ought to be comfortable with, but you do not hear about the involvement of the intelligence agencies unless the intelligence agency has failed.
Until pretty recently, most Americans would have told you that Ukraine was a part of Russia. Ukraine’s 1991 independence is not a prominent feature in the American mind. Many Ukrainians speak Russian, they use the same Cyrillic alphabet, and perhaps most notably, their intelligence agency, the SBU, has remained little changed from its KGB roots. If the SBU does things abroad, blaming it on the Russian FSB is an easy thing to do.
That is exactly what happened in 2016, but to understand this, one needs some background on the SBU and Ukraine.
A “Color Revolution” in the most literal sense, we begin our story with the “Orange Revolution” of 2004. Viktor Yanukovich had just won a runoff election to become President of Ukraine.
Yanukovich was less friendly to Western interests, and more friendly toward neighboring Russia, than was the man he defeated, Viktor Yushchenko. So, a color revolution was staged to oust him. Following mass protests, the election results were tossed by the Ukrainian Supreme Court, and a new runoff election was staged. The results favored Yushenko 52% to 45%.
International monitors, it should almost go without saying, considered this to be free and fair, unlike the last election. Nothing to see here.
Even if this is true, of which the sane must be skeptical, if Yanukovich still got 45% of the vote after being accused of corruption, it hardly seems like this was some “will of the people” situation. Ukrainians liked Viktor Yanukovich. They wanted him to be their President.
In keeping with this obvious reality, he ran again, and was elected again in 2010. In 2013, Yanukovich declined to sign a trade deal with the EU, and so he had to be removed from power. Thus began the humorously named “Revolution of Dignity”.
Deadly protests broke out beginning in November of 2013. In December of 2013, the rioters were visited by none other than John McCain, who, it should almost go without saying, was very enthusiastic about the violence.
Writing in the Atlantic with no shortage of sarcasm, Abby Ohlheiser details McCain’s long history of showing his solidarity with protesters right before all hell breaks loose.
In August, for instance, John McCain and Lindsey Graham flew to Cairo to solve the Egypt crisis, because, in McCain’s words, they “have credibility with everybody there.” In the wake of the Egyptian military’s coup against president Mohammed Morsi, the pair of Senate hawks had some strong words for the interim military government. And now, everything in Egypt is fine.
For those not getting the joke, things in Egypt were most certainly not fine.
In May, John McCain secretly crossed the border into Syria in order to meet with armed opposition groups fighting Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.
Rebel leaders in the country asked McCain to help convince the White House to provide lethal aid, a no fly zone, and strikes against Hezbollah and the Syrian regime in order to aid their efforts. Success No. 2.
In April of 2011, McCain visited the Benghazi stronghold of the Libyan rebels, shortly after the U.S. joined NATO military action against the regime of former Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi. Qaddafi, who died in October of that year, was not a stranger to McCain.
After his 2011 visit, McCain called for increased military action against the Qaddafi regime. Perfect three out of three.
In all fairness, however, international diplomacy isn’t exactly the easiest thing to do in the world. McCain’s international problem solving visits, then, might just be a good indication that a country is mired in a deeply complicated crisis, often into which McCain believes the U.S. should intervene, rather than the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
On December 15th 2013, The Guardian reported on McCain’s visit to the deadly riots;
Senator John McCain on Sunday told thousands of Ukrainian protesters camped on Kiev’s main square that Ukraine’s destiny lay in Europe and that it would make Europe better.
“Ukraine will make Europe better and Europe will make Ukraine better,” he said to crowds protesting against President Viktor Yanukovich’s U-turn in trade policy away from Europe towards Russia.
“We are here to support your just cause, the sovereign right of Ukraine to determine its own destiny freely and independently. And the destiny you seek lies in Europe,” said McCain, a leading Republican voice on US foreign policy.
Of course, Ukraine did determine its own destiny, by electing Viktor Yanukovych, twice. Yanukovych, exercising the powers he was elected to exercise, rejected the “destiny” which “lies in Europe”. Then, foreign actors, came to Ukraine, again, to interfere in their affairs.
And much like the other foreign trips of Senator McCain, matters were not improved in Ukraine following the visit.
In February of 2014, the government had agreed to an amnesty for protesters who, in turn, began to dismantle their barricades and leave the public buildings they had occupied. Mr. Yanukovych and the opposition were talking about a coalition government and a return to the 2004 constitution, which limited presidential powers. The world breathed a wary sigh of relief. Yet less than 24 hours later, on February 18th, the agreement, and parts of central Kiev, were in flames.
On February 4th, a recording of a phone call between then Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland, and the US Ambassador to Ukraine, Geoffrey Pyatt, appeared on YouTube. We do not know the precise date of the recording, but given that it was released on February 4th of 2014 we know it was well prior to the fall of the Yanukovych government. In the recording, Nuland is heard discussing who will and will not be part of the new Ukrainian State. Making plain as day the fact that the United States was engineering a coup.
On February 21st, police abandoned Kiev, rioters stormed government buildings, and Yanukovich fled for fear of his life to neighboring Russia. The Ukrainian Parliament voted unanimously the next day to remove Yanukovych from power, and return to the 2004 constitution, which preceded his first election in 2005.
In Ukraine, the President is limited to two 5 year terms. Since Yanukovych’s first victory was not recognized, he could have served a second term and been in office when Donald Trump came to power. Or, he could have been outed the following year if that is what the Ukrainian people wanted. They could have sought their “destiny” in Europe then. But the US State Department, for all their talk of Democracy, was not about to wait and see what the people of Ukraine wanted. They had to oust Yanukovych precisely because they knew he would be reelected.
Among those who helped this coup the most were the much talked about Nazi factions in Ukraine. While your humble correspondent is all too familiar with Leftist hysteria regarding Nazis, in this instance, it is worth noting the involvement of these groups. Vladimir Putin has said he aims to denazify Ukraine, Western Media has said there are no Nazis in Ukraine, and famously they hold out Zelensky’s Jewish ancestry as a way to divert attention from this reality.
On February 5, 2022, only days before full-scale war with Russia erupted, Yevhen Karas of the neo-Nazi C14 delivered a stem-winding public address in Kiev intended to highlight the influence his organization and others like it enjoyed over Ukrainian politics.
“LGBT and foreign embassies say ‘there were not many Nazis at Maidan, maybe about 10 percent of real ideological ones,’” Karas remarked. “If not for those eight percent [of neo-Nazis] the effectiveness [of the Maidan coup] would have dropped by 90 percent.”
The 2014 Maidan “Revolution of Dignity” would have been a “gay parade” if not for the instrumental role of neo-Nazis, he proclaimed.
Karas went on to opine that the West armed Ukrainian ultra-nationalists because “we have fun killing.” He also fantasized about the balkanization of Russia, declaring that it should be broken up into “five different” countries.
Watch Yevhen Karas the leader of Ukraine’s neo-Nazi terror gang C14’s speech from Kiev earlier this month. Straight from the horses’ mouth, he dispels the many narratives pushed by the left, the mainstream media and the State Department. pic.twitter.com/VWJqWPUGUp
— Alex Rubinstein (@RealAlexRubi) February 27, 2022
As for holding out Zelensky’s Jewish ancestry as proof there are no Nazis in Ukraine, this is an insult to intelligent people everywhere. It is well known and undisputed that Azov and other Nazi militias in the country are the plaything of one Igor Kolomoisky.
The Algemeiner, which describes itself as a global news outlet covering “matters of Jewish interest around the world” details Kolomoisky’s financing of the groups in a June 2014 articleby Dave Bender.
Among those going into battle from the Ukrainian side are some 500 trained fighters in the self-declared Azov battalion, backed by Jewish energy magnate and Dnipropetrovsk region governor, Igor Kolomoisky, according to Israel’s Ma’ariv daily.
A Ukrainian military spokesman said pro-Russian separatists on Tuesday opened fire at Ukrainian army positions in the Donbass region and vandals blew up railway tracks in Logansk in order to impede rail traffic in the area.
A source at Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council, cited by Voice of Russia, claimed that “Kolomoisky is the most outspoken opponent of the plan on settling the situation in the East of Ukraine.”
Incorporated into the Ukrainian National Guard, the Azov Battalion is considered the most ideologically zealous and militarily motivated unit fighting pro-Russian separatists in the eastern Donbass region.
With Nazi-inspired Wolfsangel insignia on the uniforms of its fighters, who have been photographed with Nazi SS symbols on their helmets, Azov “is known for its association with neo-Nazi ideology…[and] is believed to have participated in training and radicalizing US-based white supremacy organizations,” according to an FBI indictment of several US white nationalists that traveled to Kiev to train with Azov.
Igor Kolomoisky, a Ukrainian energy baron of Jewish heritage, has been a top funder of Azov since it was formed in 2014. He has also bankrolled private militias like the Dnipro and Aidar Battalions, and has deployed them as a personal thug squad to protect his financial interests.
In 2019, Kolomoisky emerged as the top backer of Zelensky’s presidential bid. Though Zelensky made anti-corruption the signature issue of his campaign, the Pandora Papers exposed him and members of his inner circle stashing large payments from Kolomoisky in a shadowy web of offshore accounts.
As one might expect, the Russian speakers who elected Yanukovych were none too happy about the coup, or the fact that Nazis were in control of their country, Jewish financing notwithstanding. In Crimea and the Donets Basin, better known today as the Donbas region, thousands of protesters took to the streets. They pleaded for the Russian Federation to protect them from the new regime in Kiev, which seemed a prudent thing to do since they were confronted by pro Kiev demonstrators, including prominently the Nazi factions, and brutal melees broke out leaving many injured.
On February 27th, after a series of overnight raids, gunmen seized government buildings in Crimea, raised the Russian flag, and barricaded themselves inside. A stand off ensued, and Russian troops eventually went in and seized control of Crimea.
In April of 2014, the Donetsk Peoples Republic and Luhansk Peoples Republic both declared their independence from Ukraine. These newly formed governments received weapons and other assistance from the Russian Federation, and a campaign of artillery shelling back and forth ensued which continued until the outbreak of the 2022 invasion.
It was just three months after the coup, in May of 2014, while the country was in a de facto state of war with Russia, that Burisma announced that Hunter Biden had been hired to be on their board of directors.
This is not just corruption. It is military strategy.
So far, we have heard little about the SBU by name in our story. News outlets report misconduct on the part of “the police” but never say anything about which agency those officers were involved with. The SBU is Ukraine’s intelligence service, and it seems odd indeed that we would not hear about them in any contemporaneous news stories dealing with the violent overthrow of the government while foreign officials stoked the flames and planned the staffing of the new government prior to the fall of the prior one.
“Who guards your guardians?” The answer to this question says much about the sort of a state one lives in. Strong oversight over security and intelligence services is an essential feature of a well-functioning and healthy democracy. The lack of such oversight, meanwhile, is the hallmark of a police state. Unless kept in check, the intrusive nature of these services into citizens’ lives can easily spiral out of control.
For Ukraine, this question has been on the table for years, and especially since the Revolution of Dignity in 2014. The discussion has largely centered on the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU), which has not undergone any significant reform since Ukraine’s independence in 1991 and continues to be plagued by a Soviet legacy. The SBU remains immense in terms of powers and size. It currently combines broad counter-intelligence functions with law enforcement functions – on top of a militarized structure.
Historically, the SBU has been used as an instrument of power by Ukraine’s political elites and, in particular, its presidents, to whom the SBU reports. The vast law enforcement powers, in conjunction with discretionary counter-intelligence competences, have created opportunities for corruption, notably through using these powers to extort or capture businesses. The SBU has also been accused of human rights abuses, particularly arbitrary detentions. Oversight over the SBU has been minimal.
Think about this for a moment. In 2021, SHRM is saying that the SBU is little changed from the KGB legacy. This despite a 2018 law signed by Zelensky supposedly aimed at bringing such a change about. Which by inference means it is all the less changed since the 2014 coup. From this we infer their complicity therein. If the spy agency failed to stop a foreign coup, they would all be fired. If they had been implicated in a way that the new regime did not appreciate, they would be imprisoned.
Instead, everything is status quo for Ukraine’s spies.
According to British political expert Taras Kuzio, the organizational structure of SBU remains bloated in size compared to its predecessor, the Soviet Ukrainian KGB, because the total number of active officers is as high as 30,000 personnel. It is six times larger than the British domestic MI5 and external MI6 combined. These people are not lacking in resources or talent.
Why does Ukraine have an espionage apparatus six times the size of Britain’s? Larger, in fact, than its KGB predecessor?
Try to imagine a situation in which an overstaffed KGB descended intelligence agency known for political corruption and extorting and capturing businesses, just leaves the energy giant alone, and takes no interest at all in that company hiring the crackhead son of a foreign politician.
It is not plausible.
We talk about Biden and Burisma as if this was just a situation of the gas company paying off foreign officials. That’s preposterous. It is an intelligence operation mired in political corruption, and motivated in part by the war that corruption brought about. The US State Department and the European Union wanted to open the floodgates to Ukraine. Viktor Yanukovich, exercising the powers he was elected to exercise, rejected that deal. The War Party violently overthrew his government, with the help of Nazi criminals, then armed those same Nazi criminals so that they could wage war against Russia.
Anybody who knows anything about the White Supremacist scene in the United States can tell you about pro White activists being recruited to go to Ukraine and train and fight in that war. On my uncensored production, I spoke to a man named Christopher Pohlhaus, who is planning to go to that conflict, and doesn’t much seem to mind if he dies there. He is encouraging others to join him.
The Democrats could hardly ask for anything better than that. They wreck America, send their political enemies to fight and die against Russia, whom they hate since it’s not communist anymore, and they get the very unique benefit of a foreign intelligence agency, helping them here at home.
Now, critics of calling this a Democrat operation will point to the involvement of names like Lindsay Graham and John McCain in the 2014 coup. Those people need to pay more attention to politics or stop talking about it like they know anything, John McCain was a Democrat, and Lindsay Graham remains one. The Republicans in Name Only, or RINO thing, is very real, and people who ignore this for their narrow interests within fringe political circles do themselves a disservice by tarnishing their own reputations.
The Obama State Department overthrew the elected government of Viktor Yanukovich with the help of the SBU and the Ukrainian neo Nazis. In return, they helped interfere in the 2016 election to assist Hillary Clinton.
In a January of 2017 piece titled “Ukrainian efforts to sabotage Trump backfire” Ken Vogel and David Stern detail some of the less controversial points of the plot.
Ukrainian government officials tried to help Hillary Clinton and undermine Trump by publicly questioning his fitness for office. They also disseminated documents implicating a top Trump aide in corruption and suggested they were investigating the matter, only to back away after the election. And they helped Clinton’s allies research damaging information on Trump and his advisers, a Politico investigation found.
A Ukrainian-American operative who was consulting for the Democratic National Committee met with top officials in the Ukrainian Embassy in Washington in an effort to expose ties between Trump, top campaign aide Paul Manafort and Russia, according to people with direct knowledge of the situation.
The Ukrainian efforts had an impact in the race, helping to force Manafort’s resignation and advancing the narrative that Trump’s campaign was deeply connected to Ukraine’s foe to the east, Russia. But they were far less concerted or centrally directed than Russia’s alleged hacking and dissemination of Democratic emails.
Writing at The Hill in 2019, John Solomon sheds more details on the Manafort leak, in a piece titled “As Russia collusion fades, Ukrainian plot to help Clinton emerges“;
After nearly three years and millions of tax dollars, the Trump-Russia collusion probe is about to be resolved. Emerging in its place is newly unearthed evidence suggesting another foreign effort to influence the 2016 election — this time, in favor of the Democrats.
Ukraine’s top prosecutor divulged in an interview aired Wednesday on Hill.TV that he has opened an investigation into whether his country’s law enforcement apparatus intentionally leaked financial records during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign about then-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort in an effort to sway the election in favor of Hillary Clinton.
The leak of the so-called black ledger files to U.S. media prompted Manafort’s resignation from the Trump campaign and gave rise to one of the key allegations in the Russia collusion probe that has dogged Trump for the last two and a half years.
Ukraine Prosecutor General Yurii Lutsenko’s probe was prompted by a Ukrainian parliamentarian’s release of a tape recording purporting to quote a top law enforcement official as saying his agency leaked the Manafort financial records to help Clinton’s campaign.
The parliamentarian also secured a court ruling that the leak amounted to “an illegal intrusion into the American election campaign,” Lutsenko told me. Lutsenko said the tape recording is a serious enough allegation to warrant opening a probe, and one of his concerns is that the Ukrainian law enforcement agency involved had frequent contact with the Obama administration’s U.S. Embassy in Kiev at the time.
“Today we will launch a criminal investigation about this and we will give legal assessment of this information,” Lutsenko told me.
Lutsenko, before becoming prosecutor general, was a major activist against Russia’s influence in his country during the tenure of Moscow-allied former President Viktor Yanukovych. He became chief prosecutor in 2016 as part of anti-corruption reforms instituted by current President Petro Poroshenko, an ally of the U.S. and Western countries.
But this is just what’s obvious.
We’ve heard so much about Russian “bots” and “trolls” most notably from the now deceased Yevgeny Prigozhin’s Internet Research Agency, and how they supposedly helped sweet Donald Trump into power.
But among the most noteworthy trolls of the 2016 was a Jewish American named Andrew Aurnheimer, who went by the screen name of weev.
Weev was a computer hacker who was sent to prison for hacking AT&T. His conviction was overturned and he was released in April of 2014. He fled the United States, and, according to his Wikipedia page;
Following his release, Auernheimer lived for a time in Lebanon, Serbia, and Ukraine. In 2016, he told an interviewer that he was living in Kharkiv.The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) reported Auernheimer to have left Ukraine in 2017 for Tiraspol, the capital of Transnistria.
So, Weev was in Ukraine, in 2016, during the election. After the election, according to the SPLC, which we might treat with some skepticism, he left for Transnistria.
Weev was the CTO for the Daily Stormer, rumored to be the most popular neo-Nazi website on Earth, and in service to that rumor, was manipulating Alexa ranks to make the site appear more popular than it really was. Daily Stormer was not the only site he did this for.
The Daily Stormer endorsed Donald Trump, and spread the idea that Trump was a closet Nazi.
American journalists, obsessed with Alexa ranks and with Nazis, ran with this narrative and used the Daily Stormer as a primary source for countless news articles spreading this narrative.
And of course, they tried to tie this in with Russia. Notably the ever obsessed Luke O’Brien, writing in the Atlantic about Anglin, mentioned Russia by name no fewer than 9 times.
He mentions Ukraine zero times, and conspicuously leaves out mention of this when writing about weev;
In 2014, Anglin was living in Europe when he found a partner in Andrew Auernheimer, a.k.a. “weev,” a neo-Nazi hacker and troll. Auernheimer grew up in the Ozarks and went to federal prison in 2013 on identity-theft and hacking charges. After his conviction was vacated on appeal a year later, he moved abroad. He now lives in Transnistria, a small, Russia-backed breakaway region on Moldova’s eastern border.
That is conspicuous indeed. Weev was living in Ukraine during the 2016 election. O’Brien conveniently fails to mention this, and says Weev is living in Transnistria, which is Russia-backed, a piece of information he has gleaned from the Southern Poverty Law Center.
But weev’s last Livejournal entry is from 2017. It states that he loves Ukraine and has lived there for more than a year. In the comments section, he praises Pravy Sektor, a Nazi unit fighting Russians in the Donbas.
He issues an ominous warning;
I love my President as much as I love Ukraine. This presents a problem. My President hates your President. Your leaders have made grave mistakes. Just as I warned your country and its media about the impending election of Donald Trump, I will now warn it once more. I worry that war will come. I love my city and will not leave it. I want this place to succeed, and it will need America’s help to do so.
But, understand something, nobody who is trying to help a man get elected in the United States associates that man with Nazism. This is what Democrats do to Republicans in the hopes of destroying their campaigns.
Weev was in Ukraine, after the Democrat Coup. This Jewish American was hanging out with Jewish financed neo-Nazis with American backing, supporting their conflict against the Russians. He expected that Donald Trump would not help his friends in their war, so he called Donald Trump a Nazi. And this was easy enough for him to do with some credibility, since he was immersed in the neo-Nazi culture of his new friends in Ukraine.
Weev did not love Donald Trump. He was not trying to help him. He was trying to help Hillary Clinton, because he knew his Ukrainian friends would need American support and that Hillary Clinton would provide it.
This plan backfired. Instead of ruining Donald Trump’s campaign, there was a growing White Nationalist movement in the United States, and Donald Trump in the White House.
Obviously, this had to be stopped.
It will be beyond the scope of our inquiry today to detail all the many ways weev set to bringing this about, but his involvement in the Charlottesville Unite the Right rally and subsequent litigation bears mentioning. For more details, you can view a thorough exposition by Hunter Wallace at Occidental Dissent.
Following Trump’s election, the Daily Stormer engaged in a number of high profile stunts. The most notably of these was their involvement in the Unite the Right rally of 2017. In advance of that event, weev published an article titled “Operational Security for Right Wing Rallies” which read like a criminal handbook on destroying evidence. This article was introduced as evidence through an expert witness in the Sines v. Kessler civil trial which took place in October of 2021.
Weev, notably, was not a Defendant in that suit. He was referenced by the Plaintiffs only as “The CTO of the Daily Stormer” and his name was conspicuously omitted. The article had to be introduced through the expert witness, because weev was not called as a witness by the Plaintiffs.
After the event, weev accused me of “ratting” because I provided exculpatory evidence to the FBI. He launched a campaign against me and against others that was relentless and defamatory, and beyond the reach of US law because he resided in Ukraine.
The Daily Stormer, supposedly promoting an ethnocentric National Socialist ideology, set about creating as many divisions in the movement as possible. Andrew Anglin described “white women” as “evil” and suggested their eggs should be harvested, fertilized by White men, and implanted into Asian women as incubators for future offspring. He set about creating class divisions, attacking the Traditionalist Worker Party and others over “optics”. He set about creating generational divisions with relentless attacks on “Boomers”. He eventually descended into advocacy of aspirational inceldom.
One need not embody the teachings of Jesus Christ to know this is lunacy. One need only read Adolf Hitler. You do not have an ethnocentric movement divide along sex, generation, and class. The whole entire point of such a movement is to unite across these lines for racial unity. You certainly don’t tell them to stop having sex.
I illustrate these points only to shed light on the part more pertinent to our theme. The Daily Stormer was not Russian, it was Ukrainian. It was not the most popular neo-Nazi website, it was made to look that way by a Jewish criminal living in Ukraine, who had most likely been recruited by the SBU.
They did not try to help Donald Trump, they were trying to prevent him from becoming President because they figured Hillary Clinton would help them wage their war, and when that did not work, they destroyed the movement they helped to create.
The Western media blamed it all on Russia.
And now we are in a proxy war therewith.
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