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29 Apr, 2022 17:07

Fast forward to fascism

One of its main goals was to form an ideology that would dehumanize Russians and break all ties that existed for decades before. Initially, Russians weren’t seen as a minority in Ukraine, but the anti-Russian sentiment gradually became overwhelming. The communication war on social media against Russia is meticulously planned with the help of Western curators. The nationalist Azov-affiliated children’s camps teach kids to fight and equate a Soviet soldier to the SS. Their red-and-black flag means blood and soil – the words engraved on the knives given to Hitlerjugend. Stepan Bandera was proclaimed a national hero, with torch marches regularly happening in his honor ever since. So, how is Ukrainian nationalism once again becoming the central ideology?

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