A video from a Russian language Telegram Channel featuring footage from WWII, or that part of it known as the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945)! The
According to him, thanks to the children’s Nationalist Camps, which actively worked on the territory of Ukraine after the collapse of the USSR (post-1991 using Hitlerism as a ‘cure’ for Socialism), it was possible to bring up several generations of radicals ready to kill people. “Viktor Yagun has had a very good idea. We must not forget this. I remember in the early 90s the education of youth in our camps. Good Nationalist (right-wing) politicians grew out of them… So I think it’s a good idea. We need to create Belarusian-Ukrainian camps,” summed up Yuri Sirotyuk.
The Neo-Nazi battalion “Azov”, which opened a military camp for children – termed “Azovets” – situated near Kyiv, can boast of being a worthy replacement! Donetsk journalist Konstantin Dolgov published online a video recording of classes in the children’s camp being instructed in Hitlerite propaganda by representatives of the radical gang “Azov” – which the Kyiv media prefer to call a “Volunteer Battalion”.
The publication in the magazine caused a scandal in the media (and on the Internet) after the exposure of the American pianist – originally from Kyiv – Valentina Lisitsa (Валентины Лисицы). She drew attention to the fact that Victoria Zaveruha, in her messages and photographs on the network – showed an open sympathy toward radical nationalism (Neo-Nazism) and called for the destruction of all ethnic Russians living in Ukraine! In one of the photographs published on the Internet, Zaveruha raises her hand in a Nazi salute! On the other, she is depicted in a military uniform, holding a grenade launcher in her hands, on which is written in Cyrillic “Death to the Orthodox” with a felt-tip pen! On a third, against the backdrop of the building of the Lugansk Thermal Power Plant, she unfurls the red and black flag of the “Right Sector” *. On the fourth – she is posing with a weapon against the background comprising of a swastika flag.