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30. Jul 2015
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Vladimir Tavares

This question may sound like childish, specially if we take in account geography matters. However, that’s much more than a mere geography question, it’s a matter of values and politics. Since the first “Orange Revolution” in 2004, or to be more accurate, since the very first days of the so called Ukrainian nationalism, the defenders of an independent state in Ukraine claimed that this country, born from Russia, is a “European state” opposed to the evil “Asian Horde” presented by Russia, according to their ideas.

According to the speech of Nestor Pronyuk, member of SNPU, political party today called Svoboda (Liberty), one of the parties that rule Ukraine after Maydan, considered the first fascist organization registered in independent state of Ukraine, “Europe ends where Russian language and culture arises”. That was said during the V Congress of SNPU (Social-National Party of Ukraine) and was quoted by the Ukrainian magazine Orientiry, magazine of Svoboda party on political issues, in 1999.

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One of the “nationalist” marches in Ukraine after Euromaydan, in reality a march of neonazi

Therefore, following the ideology of Ukrainian neonazi, during the so called Euromaydan, in Kiev, in 2014, many jumped and shouted that “Ukraina, tse Evropa” (Ukraine is Europe), not the “Mongoloid, Asiatic, backwards and barbaric state of Russia”, as they claim. It must be stated that according to Ukrainian nationalists, as well as the European neonazi, the Russian people (like Sharapova or Emelyanenko) have no European features, but Asian (like the princess Masako from Japan or the Chinese actor Jackie Chan), a speech created to justify russophobe policies from European states and deny any solidarity of Western Europeans with Russian people.

It happens that the ideology of the so called “Last Forepost of Europe before Asia”, that is, Ukraine, has nothing in common with Western European principles of Human Rights and Human Dignity (Menschenwürde). The new Ukrainian state was born under a putsch and theories of racial supremacy, claiming that Russians are a “non humans”, as stated by the prime-minister Yatsenyuk in a famous political speech. Such Ukraine faces no problem at all with neonazi organizations organizing great marches and demonstrations in front of public buildings and Russian embassies. Is Ukraine really Europe?

In Germany, a citizen called Andreas M., 57, decided to perform a Nazi salute before a demonstration of refugees in Germany. He did not expect that behind him stood a cop, who took him under arrest. Now Mr. Andreas M. faces the possibility of being jailed for 3 years. So, the question must be done again, is Ukraine really Europe?

German citizen Andreas M. is arrested after performing a nazi salute before a demonstration of refugees

It was more than a year ago that in the Trade Union House in Odessa a massacre took place. Anti-Maidan protesters who were demonstrating against the new coup government were driven into the Union House by Ukrainian nationalists and burned alive. The exact number of victims is yet unknown. It is estimated that at least 116 people were killed.

To date, the victims and their families aren’t granted peace; Ukrainian nazis keep attacking them.

After several attacks during the year, it now happened again, that on August 2nd, neo-Nazis stormed a memorial to the victims of the Odessa massacre.
Led by Mark Gordienko and Ewgenij Rezwuschkin the Nazis came to the Union House before the scheduled start of the commemoration. The Ukrainian Nazis attacked the citizens of Odessa that wore black balloons as a sign of mourning for the murdered. Reprisals and repression of dissidents happen everyday in Ukraine.


On March 16th, at 14:42 local time, a Ukrainian armored vehicle ran over a mother with her two children (five months and eight years old) in the Ukrainian city Kostyantynivka, part of Donetsk Oblast. One of the children, an 8 year old girl called “Polina”, was dead on the spot. The mother and her other child were hospitalized. According to a report by RT, the mother is in a coma.

Lieutenant Marian Rak had driven the tank in inebriated condition with a fellow officer, as witnesses confirmed. After the incident, he committed a hit and run. Now the Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko decorated the lieutenant with an honorary medal for “outstanding leadership, organizational skills and perseverance that contributed to the decisive victory in the battle”.

Both officers of the Ukrainian army are said to have drunk so much before the accident, “that they could hardly stand on their feet”, eyewitnesses commented.