If Russia did invade it would be the one mistake that would destroy Novo Russiya because the West would also immediately send in troops and the war would destroy the entire region.
7.Ukrainian integral nationalism is a totalitarian movement. The all-encompassing character of the movement is reflected in the complete and unqualified submission of its followers to nationalist ideology and organizational discipline. The movement did not restrict itself to political affairs, but sought to control cultural matters also, particularly in regard to literature, which was considered an important means of shaping society's worldview.
Ukrainian integral nationalism is simply the most violent Sado-masochist governing structure on the planet today. If you are the elite you are free to kill, maim, or torture anyone below your station. If you are below, you must submit.
8.Political program: The political order of the future Ukrainian state would consist of a one-party system based on the principle of supreme leadership (vozhdyzm). There would be only one political organization (Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists), which would consist of a supraclass of 'better people.' The state structure would be formed from a hierarchy of leaders under the supreme leader (vozhd), who would function both as leader of the movement and head of state. Propaganda and educational materials for young cadres would consistently underline the role and authority of the leader.
The one party system grew into a one ideology system. As early as last April Tymoshenko was stating openly that the presidential elections could be decided in the Rada. The "better people" were in place. There was no need for an election. All the politicos in Kiev are bound by this ideology.
9.The traditional mentality and ideology of integral nationalism were best preserved in the diaspora by the OUN (Bandera faction).
Before the changes in Ukraine in 1991, as a political movement and ideology, Ukrainian nationalism could be active only in the diaspora. Even in its splintered form it remained an explosive and vibrant force. It had great ideological difficulties, however, because of its confrontation with Western democracy,"
The Encyclopedia of Ukraine clearly states clearly that in the 1980's the Ukrainian Congressional Committee of America (UCCA) became the sole representative of the OUNb or Bandera world wide. The Bandera, who hate democracy, have spent most of their existence invading the institutions of government, religion, and society in the US. Nazism and Bandera were imported after 1991 from the Ukrainian American emigre population which today celebrates Stepan Bandera as a religious saint and cultural role model for Ukrainian American children.
This obviously fascist, racist, and murderous ideology is taught to children in America.
This ideology takes the moral underpinning out from a normal person. Scholars today are studying Bandera in almost real time. Consider the following comments.
From CELEBRATING FASCISM AND WAR CRIMINALITY IN EDMONTON -Grzegorz Rossoliński-Liebe (Berlin ):"" Ideology as a Cultural System. Geertz describes it a loss of the orientation that most directly gives rise to ideological activity, an inability, for lack of usable models, to comprehend the universe of civic rights and responsibilities in which one finds oneself located .(12) This loss of orientation certainly occurred in Western Ukraine after World War I. It manifested itself in organisations such as the OUN, which radicalised Ukrainian nationalism, orientating it towards Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy and other extreme and radical nationalistic movements. This applied to terrorism that occurred in the interwar period, and mass violence and murder conducted during World War II in an attempt to carve out a state. A loss of cultural orientation also occurred amongst the Ukrainian diaspora in Canada and other countries around the world..."
Who was Mark Paslawsky?
In Multiculturalism, memory, and ritualization: Ukrainian nationalist monuments in Edmonton, Alberta, Pers Anders Rudling describes the upbringing of the different generation s of emigres in the Ukrainian nationalist diaspora. They were brought up to be more committed than their Waffen SS Nazi parents to the cause of Ukrainian nationalism. Given that America's UCCA became the sole representative of Bandera world-wide, after seeing the events in Ukraine you can understand the culture Mark Paslawsky was brought up in.
This is some of what Australian children are taught about the mass murderer Bandera in Scouting. He is their hero and role model. In Philadelphia the UPA (Ukrainian Insurgent Army) which became Waffen SS Galizien, Nachitgall, and Roland who committed genocide in Poland and Ukraine of over 500,000 people; are called heroes. Ukrainian Nationalists bring their children up to model their lives on these leaders.
CYM and PLAST America
In 1936, the OUN publication The Nationalist stated its position pretty clearly: