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Why The US Endgame for Russia Means the Death of American Democracy

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Nazism is the proper term to describe ultra-nationalism. All nationalism revolves around the idea of statism . Everything is for the state. George Kennan, the father of the US containment policy, believed that patriotism (or love of state) was admirable, while nationalism was a disease of the human spirit.

Setting the bar for anti-Americanism

The USA didn't just support the idea of using Eastern European assets as a counter to Soviet expansion, it set up full blown governments in exile around the world for the captive nations, allowing a sizable part of the actual Bandera army of well over 100,000 Ukrainian war criminals to immigrate to America. The Bandera came as an army. Bandera only existed as an army.

Each emigre community had the status of a nation, with governments and presidents, while becoming US citizens. The Ukrainian, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Latvian, and Polish ultra-nationalists formed a country within our country, recognized as dual citizens. They began dominating our politics from the late 1940's.

The Anti-American Ukrainian Congress Committee of America (UCCA)

Over the last seventy years, while working toward the overthrow of the Soviet Union, Yaroslav Stetsko's ABN, led by the UCCA, also worked toward the eventual takeover of the other thing they disliked most: American Democracy.

America welcomed them as immigrants and was thanked by the development of American Fascism among the neo-cons, the neo-liberals, and the Christian Right. Anti-communists were turned into bastions of ultra-nationalism under the Stars and Stripes of American Exceptionalism.

Over the decades, the sections of the US government that dealt with the American ABN group (UCCA and its affiliates) specifically referred to them as anti-Americans who were violently opposed to American policy, anti-democratic Nazi's, and war criminals. The US Army Counter Intelligence and the Federal government's description of them has been that they are as anti-American as they were anti-communist or anti-Russian. These statements cover several decades.

In 1991 president George Bush stated bluntly he would not turn Ukraine over to a group of suicidal nationalists. He was speaking to and about the ABN and specifically the UCCA. In 1991, other ultra-nationalist factions (OUNm from Australia and Germany), took control of Ukraine, and the final word on the Bandera OUNb was that they left Ukraine and went home". to the United States. In Ukraine only about 25,000 maximum people would describe themselves as Ukrainian Nationalists (Nazi ultra-nationalists).

In Bandera, i.e., Ukrainian emigre America, the leadership claims over 1 million Bandera ultra-nationalists. They are as committed or more so than Dimitro Yarosh or Oleg (the pitchfork) Lyashko. Canada boasts the worlds largest population of ultra-nationalist Ukrainians with the UWC's estimated 1.5 million Canadian members.

The American Bandera faction which you see on display in Ukraine today is having its coming out party.

Developing Anti-Americans in America

Europe's Promethean experiment produced extreme ultra-nationalism in every country that had been part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and Ukraine was the model. During the Cold War, Yaroslav Stetsko set up the ABN as the sole source of intelligence for the Western world on all things related to the Soviet Union. The anti communist groups became the only representatives of East Block countries the Western world dealt with. In 1936 the OUN publication, The Nationalist , stated its position pretty clearly about the United States to the native groups that revolved around the UCCA after the war:

Nationalism is the love of country and the willingness to sacrifice for her...A person brought up as a Ukrainian Nationalist will make a one hundred percent better AMERICAN CITIZEN than one who is not.

Was it Nazis or Fascism that guided Washington, Lincoln, or other statesmen to make the U.S. a world power? Or was it American Nationalism? blockquote>

The 1940's Rise of Nazi America

Throughout the following decades, the former Promethean countries emigre leadership in the US increased their positions in American politics and policy by becoming America's star anti-communists. Bandera OUN/ABN alone came in by the hundreds of thousands, having existed as an army before this. Military Intelligence in 1947 showed that the ABN had a military wing, including the OUNb (today's leadership is UCCA), the Polish-Baltic Legion, and former German, Cossack, Caucasian, and Turkmenistani military units. In the US they went as far as purchasing a few war planes, becoming countries within our country. The ABN was divided into five sections: military, youth, counter-espionage, government, and propaganda.

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George Eliason is an American journalist that lives and works in Donbass. He has been interviewed by and provided analysis for RT, the BBC, and Press-TV. His articles have been published in the Security Assistance Monitor, Washingtons Blog, (more...)

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