Ukraine: U.S. Funded Neo-Nazi Group Crucifies Man, Burns Christian Icons — Photographed With U.S. Military

U.S. Military Meeting With Ukrainian Neo-Nazi Azov Battalion

Let this dispel any of the rumors or myths floating around regarding the Ukrainian military unit, The Azov Battalion. As previously reported, the connection between the U.S. government and the extreme far-right neo-nazi group is well documented.

Not only has the U.S. government been funding research labs in the Ukraine which could be weaponized to make biological weapons of mass destruction, but the connections between the extremists in Ukraine and our own military cannot be understated.

the Ukrainian Azov Battalion, which has crucified men, trained U.S.-based neo-nazi groups, destroyed Christian icons, and committed pogroms across Ukraine, have done so with the support of the U.S. military.

Below is a video showing the Ukrainian neo-nazi group, Azov Battalion, crucifying a Russian sympathizer somewhere in the Donbas region of Ukraine. The video was cut to exclude some of the more graphic sections.

The Azov Battalion, well after receiving western funding and arms, traveled throughout Ukraine committing pogroms on the Roma population homeless living camps.

The photographs below show prominent members of the neo-nazi Ukrainian group meeting with members of the United States Military, something which has been kept quiet since the conflict between Ukraine and Russia rekindled.

Below is what is being described as the Ukrainian neo-nazi group, the Azov Battalion, collecting Russian Orthodox Christian Icons from homes, and burning them in the middle of the street. The group, which has strong pagan connections, is known for its anti-Christian sentiment.

The Azov Battalion is openly neo-nazi, even as they’ve been absorbed within the official military of Ukraine — as the U.S. sends billions of tax-payers dollars in the form of training and arms to the country.

Funding to the Ukrainian neo-nazi group eventually wound up helping train U.S.-based neo-nazi groups who were prominent features of the infamous 2017 Charlottesville protests.

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