Israel’s ambassador in Kiev, Reuven Din El, opened a hotline with a Ukrainian ultra-nationalist movement to “prevent provocations.”Or maybe for other reasons?
The agreement came at the end of a meeting held last week between Din El and Dmitry Yarosh, the leader of the Right Sector paramilitary group, which participated in the overthrow of the government of President Viktor Yanukovych.Establish a hotline to coordinate on issues as they arise? I wonder what those issues would be?
In the meeting, “Dmitry Yarosh stressed that Right Sector will oppose all [racist] phenomena, especially anti-Semitism, with all legitimate means,” the embassy wrote on its website.
“The parties agreed to establish a ‘hotline’ to prevent provocations and coordinate on issues as they arise,” it said. Yarosh’s troops had a decisive role in the revolution that forced Yanukovych to flee to Russia.
And would absolutely not believe the issues have anything to do with the antisemitic meme
Yarosh said that “non-Ukrainians” should be treated according to principles set forth by Ukrainian nationalist leader Stepan Bandera.
Last month he ( Yarosh) told the Ukrainian Pravda newspaper that his outfit shares many beliefs with the xenophobic Svoboda party and cooperates with it, but rejects the xenophobia displayed by Svoboda members and leaders.Dmitry Yarosh- smooth operator- perhaps he is being groomed for that military dictatorship Dmitry (no last name mentioned) was talking about in the post from yesterday
Ukraine:Trident/NATO games. NATO arms. NATO military dictatorship planned?
I really see the NAZI regalia/show as a way of harassing, intimidating and threatening the Russians in Ukraine & Russia. Sure there are a few true believers, but, by and large.... it's a show