Andriy Biletsky

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Andriy Biletsky standing before the Nazi Wolfsangel.[1]

Andriy Biletsky (b. 1979) was the first commander of the Azov Battalion and a co-founder of the nationalist movement Socialist National party. He is presently the leader of the Ukrainian political party National Corps. From 2014 until 2019 Biletsky was a member of Ukrainian parliament.

In 2010, Biletsky said that the Ukrainian nation's mission is to "lead the white races of the world in a final crusade...against Semite-led Untermenschen (Subhumans)". Biletsky is also known as White Leader,[2] and in 2013 he wrote a brochure called The Word of the White Leader.[3] Since 2014, the BBC,[4] The Independent[5] and The Moscow Times[6] have described Biletsky as a white supremacist.

Maidan coup

See also: Maidan coup

Biletsky was imprisoned for complicity in the group beating of a journalist who only miraculously survived. During the 2014 U.S.-backed Euromaidan coup, members of the Biletsky's Patriot of Ukraine were among the founders of the notorious fascist Right Sector on November 28, 2013. Biletsky was released from prison in March 2014 and on March 12 became a party leader in special operations for the "Right Sector - East," which included such regions as Poltava, Kharkiv, Donetsk, and Luhansk oblasts. On May 5, 2014 in Berdyansk, Biletsky became a founder of the Azov Battalion (as a territorial battalion of patrol service), and its first commander.

On June 13, 2014, Biletsky led his detachment in the First Battle of Mariupol. On August 2, 2014, Biletsky, holding a rank of Major of Militsiya, was awarded the Order For Courage (III degree) by the newly U.S.-installed Maidan regime and promoted to lieutenant colonel of police on August 15, 2014.

On December 10, 2014, Biletsky announced that the Patriot of Ukraine suspended its activities as a political organization due to the Donbas war, and would be absorbed primarily into the Azov Battalion.

National Corp political party

Protesters at the CIA backed neo-Nazi Euromaidan torchlight march carrying tiki torches and the "Blood and Soil" flag of the World War II Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA).

The National Corps political party was created by Andrei Biletsky in 2014. It grew out of the Civil Corps of the Azov regiment and the party Patriot of Ukraine party.

The first organization consisted of Azov veterans and football hooligans, and Patriot of Ukraine was the paramilitary wing of the Social-National Assembly organization, which was led by MP Andriy Parubiy and later Kharkiv neo-Nazi Andriy Biletsky.

Biletsky was elected leader, and his deputies were Nikolai and Nazariy Kravchenko. Supporters of the National Corps party proposed to "cover all spheres of life of the nation", that is, to naziify the country on a large scale like Nazi Germany. Russia is defined as the main enemy, and the closest allies are the Baltic states and a number of Eastern European countries.

The first events of the new party were torchlight processions, copying the processions of the Third Reich.[7] The most famous riots were clashes with the police in Kiev near the presidential administration and in Cherkassy, where Petro Poroshenko participated in the rally.

The Black Corps of Ukraine – as the party members also called themselves – intensively recruited militants into its armed formations. The main task was not even the education and training of future militants, but the active participation of nationalist units in the future war with Russia.

After the Maidan coup, the neo-Nazis of the party seized Mariupol and Kharkiv, put under their control the activities of local administrations. The radicals also defeated the sports club Oplot, which belonged to the anti-Maidan organization.

Many activists of the Black Corps such as Daniil Yakovlev, Stepan Bayda, Igor Mosiychuk, and Oleg Odnorozhenko subsequently headed regional power state structures, and became commanders of large nationalist units

National Militia

BBC report on the National Militia, April 4, 2018.[8]

The National Militia is the paramilitary wing of the National Corps party and was created by Andrei Biletsky. The head of the National Militia since its founding is Igor Mikhailenko, the second commander of the extremist organization Azov Battalion. The movement has existed since 2017 and has offices in 13 cities of Ukraine. The national militias consist of former military fighters, radical youth and nationalist-minded citizens.

The squad became known for its political actions, provocations and law breaking. Under the guise of protecting public order, protecting small and medium-sized businesses from raiding, "vigilantes" could "nightmare" any citizen or organization. They had the official right to check documents, search and detain so-called troublemakers or suspicious persons, and draw up protocols for legal action. They had the right to enter any public institutions for inspection. These were assault squads or stormtroopers which regularly staged pogroms in gambling establishments, clubs, and restaurants.

Sometimes the group was unaware of who was funding them. Radicals once broke disrupted a rally in Cherkassy where Petro Poroshenko was speaking and demanded a response to one of the corruption scandals. Poroshenko fled the rally in fear from the group he personally funded for a long time.

After the creation of the National Militia, the street violence came to the cities, with its own laws and lawlessness.

Odessa Trade Unions House massacre

See also: Odessa Trade Unions House massacre

NATO war in Ukraine

See also: NATO war in Ukraine

On July 29, 2022 Reuters reported the prisoner-of-war camp at Elenovka was hit by a U.S.-built HIMAR,[9] causing the deaths of 40 prisoners and 13 guards and prison employees.[10] At least one hundred other prisoners were injured. Sources reported that captured Ukrainian prisoners-of-war were giving up much critical information on U.S./Ukraine/NATO operations and illegal weapon's transfers, including arms to Kurdish terrorists in Syria to be used against NATO member Turkiye.[11] Ukraine forces on the battlefield attempting to surrender have been documented to have been executed by Ukrainian commanders. A bill was introduced into the Ukrainian parliament granting legal authority to Ukrainian commanders to execute Ukrainian soldiers who wanted to surrender. Morale was reported to have fallen in recent weeks among Azov Battalion detainees at Elenovka as they realized the Kyiv regime was not negotiating their exchange for Russian POWs, and they began giving up more information in exchange for more lenient sentences for war crimes. The Pentagon claimed the Ukrainian strike on its own personnel was 'accidental'.[12][13] Prominent Ukrainian neo-Nazi Andriy Biletsky vowed revenge against "whoever did this."[14]


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