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*Oliver Stone documentary [https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1180915084522078208?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw ''Ukraine on Fire'' trailer].
 
*Oliver Stone documentary [https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1180915084522078208?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw ''Ukraine on Fire'' trailer].
 
*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jacKwoEHpaw Stepan Bandera! Hero or Nazi?]
 
*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jacKwoEHpaw Stepan Bandera! Hero or Nazi?]
*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOQHS0EPDc0 World War 2 HISTORY Galicia Division: The Waffen SS 14th grenadier Division Галичина WW2 Ukraine], Interview with Iryna Farion ІРИНА ФАРІОН, posted to youtube March 23, 2019.
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*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOQHS0EPDc0 World War 2 HISTORY Galicia Division: The Waffen SS 14th grenadier Division Галичина WW2 Ukraine], Ukrainian television interview with Iryna Farion ІРИНА ФАРІОН, posted to youtube March 23, 2019. Farion call the UPA and 14th Galicia Division "heroes" (dubbed English).
 
*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tydRTk-5rU Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists(OUN): Massacres of Poles in Volhynia 1943], uploaded to youtube August 13, 2014.
 
*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tydRTk-5rU Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists(OUN): Massacres of Poles in Volhynia 1943], uploaded to youtube August 13, 2014.
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*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvfITCz3UU8 Eyewitness accounts of Ukrainian massacre of Poles], Part 2 of 4.
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*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvfITCz3UU8 Eyewitness accounts of Ukrainian massacre of Poles], Part 3 of 4.
 
*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuf77BQIsm0 Nazi era Ukrainian language news reel clip].
 
*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuf77BQIsm0 Nazi era Ukrainian language news reel clip].
  
 
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Revision as of 20:55, 12 October 2019

Ukrainian nationalists carrying tiki torches and the fascist "Blood and Soil" flag during the Euromaidan protests. Alexandra Chalupa, an ardent Ukrainian nationalist, was paid by the DNC to collude with the government of Ukraine and smear Donald Trump as an agent of the Kremlin during the 2016 presidential election. Her stories were fed to Yahoo News, the Washington Post, and other mainstream media outlets.

The Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) was formed in 1929 by merger of several Ukrainian resistance movements to Bolshevik control of the Ukraine. The Soviet Union declared the OUN a terrorist organization.[1] When the Ukrainian parliament declared independence from the U.S.S.R. in 1991, among its first acts was to terminate the state of war which the OUN had declared against the Soviet Union since its earliest days.[2] The founding parties of the new independent Ukrainian state received funding from the OUN.[3]

The OUNb reorganized itself within Ukraine as the Congress of Ukrainian Nationalists (KUN) and registered as a political party in January 1993.[4]. Until her death in 2003, KUN was headed by Slava Stetsko, widow of Yaroslav Stetsko. According to Ukrainian nationalist scholar Taraz Kuzio, in 1945, Yaroslav Stetsko was still asking Adolf Hitler for armies to continue the fight on the Eastern front against the Allied Powers of World War II.[5]

OUN's leaders living abroad, including in the United States, did not want to openly enter Ukrainian politics, and attempted to imbue this party with a democratic, moderate facade.[6] On March 9, 2010 the OUN rejected Yulia Tymoshenko's call to unite "all of the national patriotic forces" against President Viktor Yanukovych. OUN demanded that Yanukovych reject calls to annul the Hero of Ukraine award given to Stepan Bandera.[7]

The UPA was formed out of the OUN.[8] It's flag was the red and black "Blood and Soil" flag. Euromaidanpress.com are vehemently anti-Russian and the OUN/UPA's chief apologists for genocide.[9] Andrea Chalupa, who helped engineer narratives for the Trump-Russia collusion hoax, works for Euromaidanpress.

Banderists

In the Second World War the OUN Banderist wing (OUNb) collaborated with the Germans during Operation Barbarossa.[10]

The 14th Waffen Grenadier Division (1st Galician)[11] was German military formation made up predominantly of military volunteers with a Ukrainian ethnic background from the area of Galicia, later also with some Slovaks and Czechs. Formed in 1943, it was largely destroyed in the battle of Brody, reformed, and saw action in Slovakia, Yugoslavia and Austria before being renamed the first division of the Ukrainian National Army and surrendering to the Western Allies by 10 May 1945. Volodymyr Kubiyovych (Ukrainian Father Jewish Mother) founded this Division in order for Ukrainians to aid the Ukrainian Insurgent Army with weapons.

The Nachtigall Battalion, also known as the Ukrainian Nightingale Battalion Group, or officially as Special Group Nachtigall,[12] was the subunit under command of the German Abwehr (Military Intelligence) special operations unit "Brandenburg". Along with the Roland Battalion it was one of two military units formed February 25, 1941 by head of the Abwehr Adm. Wilhelm Canaris, which sanctioned the creation of the "Ukrainian Legion" under German command. It was composed of volunteer "Ukrainian nationalists," Ukrainians operating under Stephan Bandera's OUN orders.[13]

At three villages of the Vinnytsia region "all Jews which were met" were shot.[14]

The Simon Wiesenthal Center contends that between June 30 and July 3, 1941, in the days that the Battalion was in Lviv the Nachtigall soldiers together with the German army and the local Ukrainians participated in the killings of Jews in the city. The pretext for the pogrom was a rumor that the Jews were responsible for the execution of prisoners by the Soviets before the 1941 Soviet withdrawal from Lviv. The Encyclopedia of the Holocaust states that some 4,000 Jews were kidnapped and killed at that time.[15] It further states that the unit was removed from Lviv on July 7 and sent to the Eastern Front.

The Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) arose out of separate militant formations of the OUN-Bandera faction (the OUNb).[16] The political leadership belonged to the OUNb. It was the primary perpetrator of the massacres of Poles in Volhynia and Eastern Galicia.[17]

Its official date of creation is 14 October 1942,[18] The Ukrainian People's Revolutionary Army at the period from December 1941 till July 1943 has the same name (Ukrainian Insurgent Army or UPA).[19]

The OUN's stated immediate goal was the re-establishment of a united, quasi-independent Nazi-aligned, mono-ethnic nation state on the territory that would include parts of modern day Russia, Poland, and Belarus. Violence was accepted as a political tool against foreign as well as domestic enemies of their cause, which was to be achieved by a national revolution led by a dictatorship that would drive out what they considered to be occupying powers and set up a government representing all regions and social classes.[20]

1991

Alexandra Chalupa

Euromaidan protesters carry the OUNb flag and the black and red "Blood and Soil" flag of the fascist Ukrainian Insurgent Army.[21]
Source: Wikicommons
See also: Ukrainian collusion and Trump-Russia collusion hoax

The Chalupa sisters - Alexandra, Andrea, and Irene - are the grandchildren of Banderists.[22][23] Alexandra Chalupa was cited by Yahoo News as one of "16 people who shaped the 2016 election:."[24]

Alexandra Chalupa hired the hacking terrorist group called Fancy Bear by Dimitry Alperovich and Crowdstrike at the latest in 2015. While the Ukrainian hackers worked for the DNC, Fancy Bear had to send in progress reports, turn in research, and communicate on the state of the projects they were working on.

CrowdStrike

CrowdStrike is an Irvine, California cyber security company founded in 2011. Crowdstrike was founded by Dimitry Alperovitch, a Ukrainian oligarch and senior fellow at the Atlantic Council. Another owner and senior manager of Crowdstrike is an NBC News contributor and former senior FBI man Shawn Henry, who was promoted by Robert Mueller to be the FBI's Head of Cyber Security in the 2000s.

Crowdstrike is funded by Google,[25] the arms industry, NATO, the US Military, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and another Ukrainian oligarch who donated $10 million to the Clinton Foundation named Victor Pinchuk.[26] Pichuk hosted the September 2013 confabulation in Yalta, Crimea attended by Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, and Tony Blair to discuss how Ukraine's assets would be carved up after the forthcoming Ukrainian coup.

Russian hacking claims of DNC servers in the Spring of 2016 rely entirely on a report by CrowdStrike.[27] Despite repeated requests from the FBI, Crowdstrike and the DNC refused to turn over evidence.[28] The Obama administration never examined the DNC servers to determine if indeed they were hacked, or attempted to identify who the hacker might have been.[29] On July 25, 2019, President Trump requested President Zelensky of Ukraine to assist in recovering evidence from Crowdstrike, which contracts with the Ukrainian military.[30]

  • According to journalist and DNC activist Andrea Chalupa on her Facebook page “After Chalupa sent the email to Miranda (which mentions that she had invited this reporter to a meeting with Ukrainian journalists in Washington),[31] it triggered high-level concerns within the DNC, given the sensitive nature of her work. “That’s when we knew it was the Russians,” said a Democratic Party source who has been directly involved in the internal probe into the hacked emails. In order to stem the damage, the source said, “we told her to stop her research.”” July 25, 2016
  • If she was that close to the investigation Crowdstrike did how credible is she? Her sister Alexandra was named one of 16 people that shaped the election by Yahoo news. The DNC hacking investigation done by Crowdstrike concluded hacking was done by Russian actors based on the work done by Alexandra Chalupa? That is the conclusion of her sister Andrea Chalupa and obviously enough for Crowdstrike to make the Russian government connection.
  • How close is Dimitri Alperovitch to DNC officials? Close enough professionally he should have stepped down from an investigation that had the chance of throwing a presidential election in a new direction. According to Esquire.com, Alperovitch has vetted speeches for Hillary Clinton about cyber security issues in the past. Because of his work on the Sony hack, President Barrack Obama personally called and said the measures taken were directly because of his work.
  • Alperovitch’s relationships with the Chalupas, radical groups, think tanks, Ukrainian propagandists, and Ukrainian state supported hackers [show a conflict of interest]. When it all adds up and you see it together, we have found a Russian that tried hard to influence the outcome of the US presidential election in 2016.

See also

References

  1. Originally Yehvan Konovelets UNR army and several other groups.
  2. Pavel Sudaplatov, Special tasks, 1994, page 430.
  3. http://thesaker.is/ukraine-was-right-why-russia-is-the-biggest-threat-in-the-world/
  4. Конгресс Українських Націоналістів, Database DATA
  5. https://www.opednews.com/articles/Russian-Hacking-the-Electi-by-George-Eliason-Coup_Euromaidan_Russian-Influence_Ukraine-161219-878.html
  6. Andrew Wilson. (1997). Ukrainian Nationalism in the 1990s: a Minority Faith. Cambridge University Press.
  7. OUN rejects Tymoshenko's calls to form united opposition, Kyiv Post (March 9, 2010)
  8. The OUN, the UPA, and the Nazi Genocide in Ukraine / Collaboration in Eastern Europe during World War II and the Holocaust, Ivan Katchanovski, 2019.
  9. http://euromaidanpress.com/2018/12/27/history-of-oun-upa-the-bandera-controversy-that-eclipsed-200000-people-who-fought-for-the-independence-of-ukraine/
  10. Alexander Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago, Volume 3, pages 44-46.
  11. German: 14. Waffen-Grenadier-Division der SS (galizische Nr. 1)) Ukrainian: 14а Гренадерська Дивізія СС (1а галицька)), prior to 1944 titled the 14th SS-Volunteer Division "Galicia" Ukrainian: 14а Добровільна Дивізія "Галичина"
  12. Abbot, Peter. Ukrainian Armies 1914-55, p.47. Osprey Publishing, 2004. ISBN|1-84176-668-2
  13. І.К. Патриляк. Військова діяльність ОУН(Б) у 1940—1942 роках.
    Університет імені Шевченко \Ін-т історії України НАН України Київ, 2004 (No ISBN) p.271-278
  14. "... скрепив нашу ненависть нашу до жидів, що в двох селах ми постріляли всіх стрічних жидів. Під час нашого перемаршу перед одним селом... ми постріляли всіх стрічних там жидів" from Nachtigal third company activity report Центральний державний архів вищих органів влади та управління України (ЦДАВО). — Ф. 3833 . — Оп. 1. — Спр. 157- Л.7
  15. Gutman, Israel. "Nachtigall Battalion". Encyclopedia of the Holocaust. Macmillan Publishing Company: New York, 1990.
  16. Vedeneyev, D. Military Field Gendarmerie – special body of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army. "Voyenna Istoriya" magazine. 2002.
  17. The July 1943 genocidal operations of OUN-UPA in Volhynia, pp=2-3; https://web.archive.org/web/20160401045104/http://www.volhyniamassacre.eu/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/5199/The-July-1943-genocidal-operations-of-the-OUN-UPA-in-Volhynia.pdf
  18. Demotix: 69th anniversary of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army. 2011.
  19. Institute of Ukrainian History, Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists and the Ukrainian Insurgent Army Chapter 3 pp.104-154
  20. Myroslav Yurkevich, Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (Orhanizatsiia ukrainskykh natsionalistiv) This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 3 (1993).
  21. https://de.sputniknews.com/politik/20150105300505518/
  22. https://twitter.com/AlexandraChalup/status/1016392198844080129
  23. http://www.andreachalupa.com/world-view/
  24. 16 people who shaped the 2016 election: Alexandra Chalupa, Yahoo News, October 24, 2016.
  25. https://libertyblitzkrieg.com/2017/03/23/what-is-crowdstrike-firm-hired-by-dnc-has-ties-to-hillary-clinton-a-ukrainian-billionaire-and-google/
  26. Victor Pinchuk, the Clintons & Endless Connections, by Jeff Carlson, March 11, 2018.
  27. https://www.voanews.com/usa/think-tank-cyber-firm-center-russian-hacking-charges-misread-data
  28. https://slate.com/technology/2017/05/the-fbi-is-harder-to-trust-on-the-dnc-hack-because-it-relied-on-crowdstrikes-analysis.html
  29. https://consortiumnews.com/2019/06/17/fbi-never-saw-crowdstrike-unredacted-or-final-report-on-alleged-russian-hacking-because-none-was-produced/
  30. https://www.marketwatch.com/story/trump-mentioned-crowdstrike-to-ukrainian-president-and-crowdstrike-doesnt-seem-to-know-why-2019-09-25
  31. https://wikileaks.org/dnc-emails/emailid/3962

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