A UN Human Rights Committee has passed a Russia resolution condemning the glorification of Nazism and the denial of Nazi war crimes. The British, American and German peoples might care to wonder why their Governments could not agree!
Shockingly – to those who have not followed the imperialist corporatist expansion of the European Union with the financial help and military power of Washington – the US, Canada and Ukraine actually voted against the resolution and Germany, Britain and other EU countries abstained.
There are draconian German laws on Nazism (it is illegal to display the swastika even in books exposing Nazism and illegal to reprint critical editions of Hitler’s Mein Kampf even as a way of condemning Nazism!) and laws against denial of the holocaust. So Germany’s refusal to condemn the glorification of Nazism (because so many of their new allies in the Ukraine are overt Nazis and the direct descendants of the extreme nationalist gangs who fought with Hitler’s Germany) exposes the true nature of German Europe and its “push to the East”. It was of course, as we have noted on this site, the German Foreign Minister Steinmeier who was happy to shake hands with a Ukrainian party leader of extreme nationalism and anti-semitism as Obama expended $5 billion to finance the overthrow of the democratically elected Ukrainian Government.
We also know that that the UK, Germany and the USA are financing and supporting the bombing of Russians and Russian speaking Ukrainians in Eastern Ukraine (the 4,000 dead are hardly mentioned in the UK media) when so many of the troops who have gone there from Kiev are inspired by extreme nationalism and fascism (see photo)
The resolution condemning Nazism and its glorification was passed on Friday by the UN committee, by 115 votes to 3 with 55 nations abstaining. So in the UN today we have 58 mainly “western democratic nations” unable to condemn the glorification of Nazism.
The resolution also condemned the celebration of Nazi collaborators by celebrating them as fighters in nationalist resistance movements. Such celebrations can be frequently seen in Ukraine, Croatia and Bosnia where German Europe has been pleased to stir up old fascist traditions in order to break up nation states and extend the borders of German Europe – or “The European Union” as we call it. All this of course has been supported enthusiastically by Cameron and Hague who daily sound more like cheer leaders for German expansionism.
The history of Ukraine in the second world war is a grim and repulsive one – with some of the worst of the Nazi criminals and concentration camp commissars either being condemned after the war – or allowed to escape through Rome and the Vatican’s “ratlines” to South America.
Nor was the situation any different in the First World War. The Catholic Empire of Austria Hungary in the late 19th century persecuted Ruthenian Orthodox Christians and encouraged ideas of Ukrainian ethnicity and a Catholic version of orthodoxy known today as “Uniates” who give allegiance to Rome.
Then after the outbreak of the First World War, as Austria Hungary with full German support pursued its religious and imperial war against Serbia it simultaneously started a genocide against Russian orthodoxy in Ukraine. To do so they established the first concentration camps of Talerhof and Terezin in September 1914 where tens of thousands of Orthodox Christians met their deaths.
Between 1914 and 1917 the government of Austria-Hungary, with the explicit support of Germany and with the direct participation of Poland, engaged in the systematic extermination of the Orthodox populations of Transcarpathia, Galicia and Bukovina.
Azov battalion soldiers take an oath of allegiance to Ukraine in Kiev’s Sophia Square before being sent to the Donbass region. (RIA Novosti / Alexandr Maksimenko)
So Germany and Austria’s religious imperial wars of the past have returned with that same mixture of German imperialism and Catholic inspired fascism which linked the two world wars of the 20th century. Today we see even the decadent British political establishment siding with the glorifiers of our country’s deadliest enemies. This appalling vote at the UN is the latest stage in the new geopolitics when Britain has encouraged these blatant attacks on our war time allies against fascism. Churchill had the wit and the guts to recognise even an overt soviet communism as a critical ally against European Nazism but the buffoons (or worse) in London and Washington still cannot see a non communist Russian like Putin as an ally in all the grave crises facing the world today – German imperialism, European fascism, Islamic extremism, the destruction of democratic nations, drug running, people trafficking and attacks on Christians around the world.
The Russian Foreign Ministry was understandably as appalled at the UN vote as this writer and I assume the readers of this article, although (perhaps having read the nearly 200 articles on the Freenations website warning of these catastrophes in advance) not surprised.
“Ukraine’s position is particularly dispiriting and alarming. One can hardly understand how a country, the people of which suffered their full share of the horrors of Nazism and contributed significantly to our common victory against it, can vote against a resolution condemning its glorification,”
The Ukrainian representative said he could not condemn Nazism without condemning the horrors of “Stalinism”, thereby falling in with the Washington/Berlin axis and its absurd accusations that modern day, Christian, capitalist, Islamic-extremism-fighting Russia can be equated with imperialist soviet communism.
The resolution condemning the glorification of Nazism is to be formally adopted by the UN General Assembly in December but with this vote yet another chapter in the moral, financial and political descent of western Europe will be written.