On the influence of neo-Nazism in Ukraine
A short history of neo-Nazism in Ukraine in response to NewsGuard’s charge that Consortium News published false content about its extent.
The ADL issues statement declaring Ukraine’s Azov Battalion no longer ‘far-right’
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has emailed The Grayzone a defense of the Azov Battalion and refused to condemn the Pentagon for honoring a veteran of the group who sports Nazi-inspired tattoos.
Media once called Azov neo-Nazis. Now they hide that fact
News outlets have stopped labelling the Azov Regiment as neo-Nazis because it has become politically inconvenient.
DHS ‘concerned’ over Nazis returning to U.S. after fighting in Ukraine. Why isn’t the media?
U.S. corporate media has provided glowing coverage to Paul Gray, a notorious American white nationalist fighting in Ukraine. A DHS document warns he’s not the only U.S. fascist drawn to Kiev.
Empire solves Ukraine’s Nazi problem with a logo change
“The Azov Battalion has removed a neo-Nazi symbol from its insignia that has helped perpetuate Russian propaganda about Ukraine being in the grip of far-right nationalism,” The Times informs us.
A new consensus on Whiteness?
The Biden administration and corporate media cover up the existence of white supremacists and neo-Nazis in Ukraine. They are disappeared from the official narrative in order to get public buy-in for U.S. policy.
Progressives in Greece reject Zelensky’s address to parliament with neo-Nazis
The testimony of the neo-Nazi Azov soldier in Greek parliament following the address of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has been widely condemned.
Ukrainian forces want to surrender and Azov forces started shooting at them – they are at war with each other
U.S. Navy veteran and independent journalist, Patrick Lancaster, has been making regular reports from Ukraine since the beginning of the crisis. His reports reveal that what is happening on the ground is not what Western corporate media would have you believe.
U.S.-funded Belarusian regime-change activist arrested on plane joined neo-Nazis in Ukraine
Belarusian regime-change activist Roman Protasevich, whose arrest on a grounded plane caused a global scandal, joined Ukraine’s neo-Nazi Azov Battalion and was cultivated by the U.S. government’s media apparatus.