Update: 6/30/22 — Ukrainian Nazis Tortured Woman in Mariupol. Those of You Who Think Putin Is a Monster, You Should Look on the Other Side of the Border. Ukraine Is a Nazi Haven, and Those (Nazis) Are Brutal (Photos, Video 18+)

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Ukraine is Europe's most corrupt nation. Igor Kolomoisky, a prominent Ukrainian oligarch located in Switzerland, is Zelensky's puppet. Kolomoisky was the owner of the television station that aired the serial "Servant of the People." Zelensky was cast as the show's main character, a schoolteacher who spoke out against corruption and went on to become Ukraine's president. The presentation was about becoming a member of the European Union and NATO. It was a type of fairy tale offered to Ukrainians. By the year 2049, Kyiv/Kiev has become a prosperous, modern European metropolis in the drama.

Kolomoisky founded the "Servant of the People" party in 2018. Zelensky campaigned as its presidential candidate and was elected in 2019. After Kolomoisky's puppet Zelensky was elected president of Ukraine, he appointed a slew of Jewish cronies in positions of authority in Zelensky's government. Furthermore, it was Kolomoisky who funded the formation of a network of Neo-Nazi militias throughout Ukraine, most notably the Azov Battalion, which was recently murdered by the Russians in Mariupol.

Kolomoisky's network of power in Ukraine stretches to the US and other NATO nations such as Poland. Hunter Biden was on the board of Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian gas business, where he paid $50,000 per month for doing nothing. Who has power over Burisma? Igor Kolomoisky, to be exact. It wasn't only Hunter Biden who struck sweetheart agreements with unscrupulous Ukrainian firms owned or controlled by Igor Kolomoisky. It was a diverse group of influential individuals in the West.

Ukraine as a puppet of Kolomoisky Zelensky is like ZOG on steroids. Zelensky has explicitly prohibited opposition media from operating. He has made opposition parties illegal. He had been doing this for a long time before the Russian invasion. He was also fighting a war with Russia in Donbas, which was supported by the US.

2. Second, neither the United States nor many of our NATO members are "liberal democracies." Countries such as the United Kingdom, Canada, and Germany have no free speech. Germany is a police totalitarian state. Political parties are prohibited in Greece and Belgium. The United States is more correctly defined as a managerial oligarchy in which politicians are bought, sold, and exchanged by Jewish billionaires in the same manner as it is done blatantly in Ukraine. "Democracy" has nothing to do with American foreign policy. It is dominated by billionaires, unelected bureaucrats, and strong special interests such as the military-industrial complex.

3. Third, it is worth noting how many significant actors in Ukraine are Jewish, including Zelensky the puppet, Zelensky's cabinet, Kolomoisky the puppet master, George Soros, BHL, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, and Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland.

I don't believe Ukraine is some huge intellectual battle between Liberal Democracy and Autocracy. Ukraine's history over the previous thirty years has been associated with corruption, sex trafficking, and looting by bandits like Igor Kolomoisky. Kolomoisky is a Jewish mobster in the mold of Meyer Lansky or Arthur Rothstein.

Professor Cohen, for example, was on the other side of this debate. We are aware of this. It makes no difference that the Kolomoiskys of the world have robbed Ukraine.

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Diogenes, one of the ancient world’s illustrious philosophers, believed that lies were the currency of politics, and those lies were the ones he sought to expose and debase. To make his point, Diogenes occasionally carried a lit lantern through the streets of Athens in the daylight. If asked why, Diogenes would say he was searching for an honest man. Finding an Honest Man Today in Washington, D.C., Is Equally Challenging, Diogenes Would Need a Xenon Searchlight in Each Hand.

Diogenes, one of the greatest thinkers of the ancient world, felt that falsehoods were the currency of politics, and those lies were the ones he wished to expose and debase.. Diogenes sometimes carried a lighted lantern around the streets of Athens during the day to convey his point. When asked why, Diogenes would claim he was looking for a trustworthy guy. Finding an Honest Man in Washington, D.C. now is as difficult. Diogenes' hands would need a Xenon searchlight in each.

Our Mission Was to Expose and Disprove Political Falsehoods by Using Biblical Truths as Our Currency

 

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UPDATED: Ukrainian Nazis Tortured Woman In Mariupol (Photos, Video 18 +)

UPDATE: The video with the tortured woman was shot by American military reporter Patrick Lancaster.

On March 27, a woman’s corpse was found with traces of torture and a swastika on her stomach.

The DPR forces found the body in the basement of Mariupol school No. 25, which was used by Ukrainian nationalists as a stronghold. The woman’s arm was torn off. She was tortured with a bag over her head. Sources in the DPR have not yet disclosed details.

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HNewsWire-Perhaps the most ridiculous of the numerous misconceptions concocted by Russian President Vladimir Putin to legitimize Russia's attack on Ukraine is his assertion that the move was designed to "denazify" the nation and its leadership.
Putin has declared that Russia is invading Ukraine's territory with armored tanks and fighter planes "to defend people" who have been "subjected to bullying and genocide," and that Russia "would work for the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine."

Putin's destructive activities, including the ruin of Jewish villages, demonstrate that he is lying when he claims that his purpose is to protect the wellbeing of anybody.

Putin's slur is ludicrous on the surface, not least since Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is Jewish and has said that members of his family were slaughtered during WWII. In addition, there is little proof of recent mass massacres or ethnic cleansing in Ukraine.
Furthermore, portraying foes as Nazis is a popular political technique in Russia, particularly when used by a leader who favors misinformation operations and wants to incite sentiments of national revenge against a WWII adversary in order to legitimize annexation.

Despite Putin's rhetoric, it is nevertheless true that Ukraine has a serious Nazi issue – both past and today. Putin's destructive activities, including the ruin of Jewish villages, demonstrate that he is lying when he claims that his purpose is to protect the wellbeing of anybody.
However, as crucial as it is to protect the yellow-and-blue flag against the Kremlin's violent onslaught, denying Ukraine's antisemitic past and cooperation with Hitler's Nazis, as well as the latter-day acceptance of neo-Nazi elements in certain corners, would be a grave omission.

Why is there so much compassion for fleeing Ukrainians? They are all white.

On the eve of World War II, Ukraine had one of Europe's biggest Jewish populations, with estimates ranging as high as 2.7 million, a remarkable amount given the country's long history of antisemitism and pogroms. More over half of them would die by the end.
German forces were greeted with "Heil Hitler" flags when they gained control of Kyiv in 1941. Soon after, over 34,000 Jews, as well as Roma and other "undesirables," were gathered up and marched to fields outside of town under the guise of resettlement, only to be killed in what became known as the "Holocaust by gunshots."

For two years, the Babyn Yar ravine was used as a mass burial. With up to 100,000 people slaughtered there, it became one of the Holocaust's biggest single killing sites outside of Auschwitz and other death camps. Locals played a critical role in carrying out Nazi death orders at the location, according to researchers.

Nowadays, there are between 56,000 and 140,000 Jews in Ukraine, who enjoy freedoms and protections unimaginable to their forefathers.
This includes an upgraded statute that was approved last month that criminalizes antisemitic activities. Unfortunately, the legislation was designed to counter a significant increase in public demonstrations of hatred, such as swastika-laden damage of synagogues and Jewish monuments, and spooky marches in Kyiv and other towns commemorating the Waffen SS.

In another concerning trend, Ukraine has just constructed a slew of sculptures commemorating Ukrainian nationalists whose reputations are soiled by their undeniable role as Nazi proxies. Some of these deplorables were cataloged by the Forward newspaper, including Stepan Bandera, commander of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN), whose adherents served as local militia members for the SS and German troops. "Ukraine has several dozen monuments and hundreds of street names honoring this Nazi collaborator, enough to warrant two different Wikipedia entries."

 

Another popular honoree is Roman Shukhevych, who is remembered as a Ukrainian independence warrior but was also the commander of a notorious Nazi auxiliary police force that was "responsible for killing hundreds of Jews and... Poles," according to the Forward.
Statues have also been erected in memory of Yaroslav Stetsko, a former OUN head who said, "I urge on the elimination of the Jews in Ukraine."

Far-right groups have also gained political clout in the last decade, most notably Svoboda (formerly the Social National Party of Ukraine), whose leader claimed the country was controlled by a "Muscovite-Jewish mafia" and whose deputy used an antisemitic slur to describe Ukrainian-born Jewish actress Mila Kunis. According to Foreign Policy, Svoboda has sent numerous members to Ukraine's Parliament, including one who termed the Holocaust a "golden time" in human history.

Similarly worrisome, neo-Nazis are among the swelling numbers of volunteer battalions in Ukraine. They've been through some of the hardest street battles against Moscow-backed rebels in eastern Ukraine since Putin's Crimean incursion in 2014. The Azov Battalion, for example, was created by an open white supremacist who felt Ukraine's national mission was to cleanse the country of Jews and other inferior races. The United States Congress mandated in 2018 that its aid to Ukraine not be used "to give weaponry, training, or other support to the Azov Battalion." Despite this, Azov is currently a recognized part of Ukraine's National Guard.

None of this worrisome backdrop, to be fair, excuses the agony that has befallen Ukrainians in recent weeks — and it's doubtful that Putin was motivated by any of it when he started his invasion. Indeed, Jews in Odessa, Kharkiv, and other eastern towns are under great pressure as a result of Putin's actions. Many have sought safety in local synagogues and Jewish institutions, while others have emigrated to distant nations such as Israel, which has encouraged all Jews to leave.

Many had to evacuate western Ukraine to avoid persecution, and it is heartbreaking to witness this cycle continue. If the nation descends into instability and insurrection, Jews may face new threats from some of their fellow residents. Because this hazard is not recognized, nothing is being done to protect against it.

Even though certain segments of the nation have been involved in one of history's most heinous movements, sticking with Ukraine is unquestionably the respectable position to take in this drama. Every day that Putin escalates his attack on the Ukrainian people with scorched-earth intensity, it's difficult not to recognize who actually deserves the N-word.

Nazis in Ukraine tortured a woman. Those of you in Mariupol who believe Putin is a monster should look over the border; Ukraine is a Nazi stronghold, and they are ruthless.

Perhaps the most ridiculous of the numerous misconceptions concocted by Russian President Vladimir Putin to legitimize Russia's attack on Ukraine is his assertion that the move was designed to "denazify" the nation and its leadership. Putin has declared that Russia is invading Ukraine's territory with armored tanks and fighter planes "to defend people" who have been "subjected to bullying and genocide," and that Russia "would work for the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine."

Putin's destructive activities, including the ruin of Jewish villages, demonstrate that he is lying when he claims that his purpose is to protect the wellbeing of anybody.

Putin's slur is ludicrous on the surface, not least since Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is Jewish and has said that members of his family were slaughtered during WWII. In addition, there is little proof of recent mass massacres or ethnic cleansing in Ukraine.

Furthermore, portraying foes as Nazis is a popular political technique in Russia, particularly when used by a leader who favors misinformation operations and wants to incite sentiments of national revenge against a WWII adversary in order to legitimize annexation.

Despite Putin's rhetoric, it is nevertheless true that Ukraine has a serious Nazi issue – both past and today. Putin's destructive activities, including the ruin of Jewish villages, demonstrate that he is lying when he claims that his purpose is to protect the wellbeing of anybody. However, as crucial as it is to protect the yellow-and-blue flag against the Kremlin's violent onslaught, denying Ukraine's antisemitic past and cooperation with Hitler's Nazis, as well as the latter-day acceptance of neo-Nazi elements in certain corners, would be a grave omission.

Why is there so much compassion for fleeing Ukrainians? They are all white.

On the eve of World War II, Ukraine had one of Europe's biggest Jewish populations, with estimates ranging as high as 2.7 million, a remarkable amount given the country's long history of antisemitism and pogroms. More over half of them would die by the end. German forces were greeted with "Heil Hitler" flags when they gained control of Kyiv in 1941. Soon after, over 34,000 Jews, as well as Roma and other "undesirables," were gathered up and marched to fields outside of town under the guise of resettlement, only to be killed in what became known as the "Holocaust by gunshots."

For two years, the Babyn Yar ravine was used as a mass burial. With up to 100,000 people slaughtered there, it became one of the Holocaust's biggest single killing sites outside of Auschwitz and other death camps. Locals played a critical role in carrying out Nazi death orders at the location, according to researchers.

Nowadays, there are between 56,000 and 140,000 Jews in Ukraine, who enjoy freedoms and protections unimaginable to their forefathers. This includes an upgraded statute that was approved last month that criminalizes antisemitic activities. Unfortunately, the legislation was designed to counter a significant increase in public demonstrations of hatred, such as swastika-laden damage of synagogues and Jewish monuments, and spooky marches in Kyiv and other towns commemorating the Waffen SS.

In another concerning trend, Ukraine has just constructed a slew of sculptures commemorating Ukrainian nationalists whose reputations are soiled by their undeniable role as Nazi proxies. Some of these deplorables were cataloged by the Forward newspaper, including Stepan Bandera, commander of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN), whose adherents served as local militia members for the SS and German troops. "Ukraine has several dozen monuments and hundreds of street names honoring this Nazi collaborator, enough to warrant two different Wikipedia entries," reported the Forward.

Another popular honoree is Roman Shukhevych, who is remembered as a Ukrainian independence warrior but was also the commander of a notorious Nazi auxiliary police force that was "responsible for killing hundreds of Jews and... Poles," according to the Forward. Statues have also been erected in memory of Yaroslav Stetsko, a former OUN head who said, "I urge on the elimination of the Jews in Ukraine."

Far-right groups have also gained political clout in the last decade, most notably Svoboda (formerly the Social National Party of Ukraine), whose leader claimed the country was controlled by a "Muscovite-Jewish mafia" and whose deputy used an antisemitic slur to describe Ukrainian-born Jewish actress Mila Kunis. According to Foreign Policy, Svoboda has sent numerous members to Ukraine's Parliament, including one who termed the Holocaust a "golden time" in human history.

Similarly worrisome, neo-Nazis are among the swelling numbers of volunteer battalions in Ukraine. They've been through some of the hardest street battles against Moscow-backed rebels in eastern Ukraine since Putin's Crimean incursion in 2014. The Azov Battalion, for example, was created by an open white supremacist who felt Ukraine's national mission was to cleanse the country of Jews and other inferior races. The United States Congress mandated in 2018 that its aid to Ukraine not be used "to give weaponry, training, or other support to the Azov Battalion." Despite this, Azov is currently a recognized part of Ukraine's National Guard.

None of this worrisome backdrop, to be fair, excuses the agony that has befallen Ukrainians in recent weeks — and it's doubtful that Putin was motivated by any of it when he started his invasion. Indeed, Jews in Odessa, Kharkiv, and other eastern towns are under great pressure as a result of Putin's actions. Many have sought safety in local synagogues and Jewish institutions, while others have emigrated to distant nations such as Israel, which has encouraged all Jews to leave.

Many had to evacuate western Ukraine to avoid persecution, and it is heartbreaking to witness this cycle continue. If the nation descends into instability and insurrection, Jews may face new threats from some of their fellow residents. Because this hazard is not recognized, nothing is being done to protect against it.

Even though certain segments of the nation have been involved in one of history's most heinous movements, sticking with Ukraine is unquestionably the respectable position to take in this drama. Every day that Putin escalates his attack on the Ukrainian people with scorched-earth intensity, it's difficult not to recognize who actually deserves the N-word. Source: nbcnews

 

 

God is said to be sovereign throughout the Bible. This indicates that He ultimately controls everything, not just part of it. He has command over the weather (Psalm 148:8), life and death (Psalm 104:29-30), and even apparently insignificant events (Proverbs 16:33). The sovereignty of God extends to rulers of countries. "He has wisdom and authority." He adjusts the seasons and the periods; he installs and deposes monarchs" (Daniel 2:20-21). God was already calling Cyrus the Great by name and promised to place him on the throne of Persia 150 years before his birth: "I will rise up Cyrus in my righteousness" (Isaiah 45:13). God's sovereign design allows for pagan Cyrus, haughty Nebuchadnezzar, and, yes, the world's Hitlers and Husseins.

"There is no authority but that which God has established," says Romans 13:1. God established the powers that exist today." Given that the book of Romans was most likely written around A.D. 56-57, this is a stunning assertion. Nero, the emperor at the time, was a rather terrible tyrant. Nero oversaw one of the most heinous persecutions of Christians in church history. Although Paul was aware of Nero's evil when he penned this passage, he does not wonder why God placed him in power. Indeed, Paul never explicitly names Nero; the fundamental reality that authority are "established by God" applies to all rulers everywhere.

According to Acts 8, ruling authority conducted a persecution against the early church. It was a difficult period, and many Christians may have begun to doubt God's sovereignty or His care. Nonetheless, the persecution resulted in the church in Jerusalem being "scattered across Judea and Samaria" (verse 1). As a result of bad persons in positions of power, the Great Commission was carried out, the gospel spread, and the church flourished.

God never explains why He enables bad men to dominate. God has used bad rulers to wreak punishment on His people and restore them to righteousness at times. It is important to note that all rulers must answer to God for their deeds. For example, God rose up Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon as a punishment for Judah's persistent idolatry (2 Kings 20:17-18). After Babylon served her function, it was condemned for its own wickedness (Isaiah 13:19; 14:4). Their monarch, Nebuchadnezzar, was singled out for judgment (Daniel 4). God did the same thing with Assyria, allowing it to rise for a reason before condemning its hubris and brutality (Isaiah 10:5-19).

God sometimes lets a bad kaiser, tsar, fuehrer, sultan, or dictator to govern, and the reasons for His decision are obscure. But we all know that God constantly sets limits for rulers (see Psalm 74:12-17). Human rulers are neither omnipotent, everlasting, or impervious to punishment. There will come a reckoning day. Rulers who die in their misdeeds will suffer the ultimate punishment: eternal hellfire. For a long time, Hitler, Lenin, and others who rejected Christ and harmed God's people have been serving their sentences in hell.

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SRH: We are told to keep an eye on things and pray. As Christians, we must keep an eye on world events to discern how they are laying the scene for end-of-the-world predictions. It must not, however, end there. When Jesus returns to earth, we must examine how prepared we are. This world is in disarray, and we have little power to change it. Things will become worse until they get better, according to Bible prophecy, and unless Jesus intervenes immediately.

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