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Supporting the Ultra-Nationalists in Ukraine Invites Jewish Persecution, and Will Not Bring Peace to Either East or West

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The groups that now control Ukraine, and the UCCA groups, don't deny the Holocaust happened. They are historically linked with the perpetrators of the atrocities, and have colored them so much that all the genocide and murder turn out to be a heroic and positive thing! They want the U.N. to recognize mass murderers for what they are: Heroes!

The idea that keeps being pushed by the EU, U.S., and the UCCA is that, even though Pravy Sektor, the ultra-nationalist group in Ukraine hell-bent on "national revolution," controls the military, domestic security, policing, and educational functions in the new Maidan state, they are dealing with a more moderate government. But click on this video, where you'll find Poroshenko , a moderate who is an important part of the new government, seated with Dmitri Yarosh, the aggressive fighter-strategist of the Maidan revolution. The men are discussing who has responsibility for gunning down people. It is clear Yarosh is in charge, as he is seated at the head of the table.

The UCCA can and should be sued into oblivion under Federal Law . This is facilitated by the Alien Tort Statute of 1787. That history makes me think George Washington wouldn't agree with the nationalists after all. The first U.S. president was not a Nazi, nor did he think like one.

Old Glory

Today, every time I see an American flag, it seems to me a Nazi is holding it. Every time I see someone wrapped in the flag, I see him as a Nazi too. I have to look down and look away. I didn't know they wrapped themselves in the flag so well in the U.S. The very fabric of the society has changed. The heart and soul of what made America great has been cut out. That greatness isn't discussed anymore, except when we remember what it was.

Impeach Obama

Yesterday, the First Lady of the United States awarded a woman, Ruslana, a Eurovision singer, the 2014 International Women of Courage award. This woman is part and parcel, heart and soul, of what I have described above.

The U.S. government, the Obama administration particularly, is not ignorant of the reality of what is happening in Ukraine today. Our government, which sold out any hope for justice in Ukraine in the 1940s, is setting up to commit the same moral outrage again.

President Obama is clearly in violation of Federal Law and International law and treaties. What will his administration do next? Maybe bury the Maidan heroes in Arlington National Cemetery? Perhaps alongside our relatives, who fought and died preventing Hitler's brown plague from infesting Europe and Asia?

President Obama violated the trust of the American people. Our government isn't even bothering to tell believable lies at this point. Instead, the aim is to just confuse the point...a little bit. I cannot support any president that would commit such heinous acts. Personally, after a lot of reflection, I've concluded that it would be better to be stateless than subject to a leader, a President, that sympathizes and collaborates with Nazis. Which is worse? How many more choices are there?

Mr. Obama has put the U.S. on the brink of real war. This time there may be no winners. This time, if war starts, no one will be left to just read about it. This time we will all suffer.

Vladimir Putin has made his own country the only defender of moral ground. If Russia had not taken the steps it did, the people of Ukraine would already be suffering atrocities at high levels. The new representatives of democracy are killing and torturing people today. This is real. This is happening.

Impeach the president. Support the people who just want to live in peace in both east and west Ukraine. Stand up for yourselves. The St. George Ribbon below is the emblem of people who want a free Ukraine for all Ukrainians.

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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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