PBS Interviewed Ukrainian Mayor and Covered up His Neo-Nazi Ties

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The US Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) published and promoted an interview with a renowned Neo-Nazi Ukrainian mayor. According to The National Pulse, they did not reveal the politician’s allegiances to Adolf Hitler and Ukrainian Nazi sympathizer Stepan Bandera.’

Prior to this, they downplayed the links between Neo-Nazi politicians and the current situation. They minimized Putin’s complaints about Nazis in Ukraine and his desire to de-nazify the region.

They wrote in an analysis of Putin’s claims that “the victims of the genocide claimed by Putin are Russian speakers; the Nazis he referenced are the elected representatives of the Ukrainian people.”

That’s true but they still appear to be Nazis.

On Thursday, March 4th, PBS hosted Mayor Artem Semenikhin of Konotop in the country’s North East. the network blurred out a photo of Bandera behind him.

In 2015 the Jerusalem Post reported he’s a big Hitler supporter.

Ukraine regularly votes against Israel in the UN and has a large Islamic population. They’re not really a democracy as we think of it, despite what Democrats claim.


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Greg
Greg
5 months ago
Greg
Greg
5 months ago

Former Nazi leader of Ukraine made a “National Holiday”. Nothing to see here.

https://www.newsweek.com/ukraine-nazi-collaborator-birthday-holiday-anti-semitic-1272911

Greg
Greg
5 months ago

The very first attack on Lugansk after Maidan.So, when there are interviews with people in Kiev and elsewhere, sitting in a comfortable room, not being attacked, but complain how terrible it is, maybe they should go see what is truly terrible to live with. You may not be able to go out when you want, but your living conditions are so much better than in Donbass.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhZ2v0OcDpM

The aftermath of the attack.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3wBXkR0rJ0

Artillery Attacks.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fE4C5HLKQrQ

Greg
Greg
5 months ago

Interesting the whitewashing of all the Nazi articles about Ukraine. But they’ll be happy because oil is over 125 a barrel and rising. Being Jewish means nothing, even when it comes to your own people; look at J-Street for one. But that goes back a very long time. Nothing is more sickening than someone claiming, because he is a Jew, that it can’t be. There’s even one tiny fringe sect that even supports Iran. AntiSemites use that group to further their claims. I’ll even point out, one of them is with Tim Pool.

I never looked into Ukraine’s vote but it ‘is’ typical of most nations. There has been only one nation that voted with Israel all the time. I think it was Montenegro.

Kradmelder
Kradmelder
5 months ago

Russian and Ukrainian Nazis?
It is just weird after all that the NSDAP did to the region and peoples.
Eastern Europeans get the worst of all of it with commies and Nazis.