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Fake News Media Hails Moderate Nazis Fighting for Zelensky’s Puppet Regime in Ukraine

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The fake news media is propagandizing on behalf of the Azov Battalion, an unabashed Nazi group that exterminated tens of thousands of ethnic Russians after the globalists successfully initiated a color revolution coup in Ukraine in 2014.

The Sunday Times and The Financial Times recently published gushing articles painting the neo-Nazi group as heroic patriots and claiming that they are “fighting the real Nazis of the 21st century.” The article claimed that “Azov has evolved so far from its origins as to make its far-right roots meaningless.”

It should come as no surprise that Azov is promoting the globalist propaganda that additional NATO intervention is needed in Ukraine, even if it may result in World War 3.

“To retake our regions, we need vehicle-mounted anti-aircraft weapons from Nato,” said Artem Hubenko, a neo-Nazi Azov fighter. “It’s very hard to bring down Russian aircraft with the mobile weapons we have. Our children are more important than fear of Putin’s aggression.”

“I ask you not to confuse patriotism with Nazism,” he added, before declaring “Glory to Ukraine!”

Reminder: This neo-Nazi group’s ultra-nationalist beliefs are perfectly fine and should be supported with weapons, according to the globalists. But if you wave a Trump flag and believe that election fraud occurred and COVID restrictions were overwrought, you’re a terrorist threat in the eyes of this same cabal.

The fake news leader CNN is also creating propaganda on behalf of the Azov battalion, even though it might not be as heavy-handed as the attempt from The Sunday Times and The Financial Times. They claim that the neo-Nazi heritage of the Azov battalion is being “exploited” by Putin.

Azov’s military and political wings formally separated in 2016, when the far-right National Corps party was founded. The Azov battalion had by then been integrated into the Ukrainian National Guard,” CNN stated.

“An effective fighting force that’s very much involved in the current conflict, the battalion has a history of neo-Nazi leanings, which have not been entirely extinguished by its integration into the Ukrainian military,” they admitted.

CNN noted that “in the not-too-distant past, Azov’s leadership openly espoused ​White supremacist views and cultivated links with similarly minded groups and individuals in the West.” The Azov battalion continues to defend their founder Andriy Biletsky, who claimed his goal was to “lead the White races of the world in a final crusade.” Azov told CNN that they appreciate “Andriy Biletsky as the regiment’s founder and first commander.”

“It would be absurd to think that we are united by the idea of white racism or nazism,” the Azov statement claimed.

Commentator Scott Greer pointed out that one Azov battalion member was wearing a pro-white power heavy metal band in the featured image of one of the propaganda stories minimizing their neo-Nazi leanings:

One of the guys in the featured image is wearing a M8l8th shirt, which is an NSBM band. Doing a great job debunking those claims!
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The globalists have no consistency or honor. They will support any terror group of it means advancing their agenda of total control, and the media will do the bidding of literal neo-Nazis if it means achieving these ends.