If there was any doubt that the misanthropy of the U.S sponsored, ‘Gladio B’ project in Ukraine was not simply incidentally genocidal, clarity comes from reading the words of the Azov Battalion leadership itself. The Azov Battalion is an openly Nazi ‘paramilitary’ organization which is legally recognized by Ukraine, and which is only half-incorporated – against the Minsk Agreement – into the Ukrainian military itself. FRN reminds readers that their Nazi era hand salute and slogan ‘Slava Ukraina’, has recently become the official military salute in Ukraine, after a resolution passed in the Rada.
Concretely, what has been proposed now is that Ukraine should undertake a military operation of ethnic cleansing against the Donbass, similar to the expulsion of the ‘disloyal population’ from the Serb Krajina in Croatia. Azov continues to pressure the government of Poroshenko, and SBU forces have also come into open conflict with Nazi outfits, despite their symbiotic relationship. Such mirrors intentional destabilization scenarios seen in places like Libya and Syria.
The plan to ethnically cleanse the Donbass was announced during a press conference on the theme “A Croatian scenario for Ukraine” by the speaker of the “National Corpus” – the political wing of the Azov Battalion, Alexander Alferov. He explains:
“The powers that be (Poroshenko) are completely satisfied with the current situation. Pro-government media today speak in unison about the scenario, which is closer, rather, not to the Croatian, but to the German, when part of the country was 40 years old or more occupied by Soviet troops, and only after its destruction did the real unification of two parts of Germany take place.
We understand that such a scenario is shifting the problem of liberation of Donbass and Crimea to the next generation. Pulling off this process, we can only complicate it.
So, we are not in favor of the German scenario proposed by the authorities, we are also against a similar to the Transnistrian scenario, which Russia is de facto promoting, we suggest focusing on a Croatian-like scenario,”