If you work in the public field and have non-mainstream opinions on important issues, such as the Ukraine war, vaccines, gender ideology or even on the trend of confusing minors and persuading them to life-changing surgeries to make them feel “comfortable” with their bodies, they’re kids for God’s sake!
if you expressed an opinion on one of these subjects, you were definitely called once or twice a Nazi.
In fact, the bar for getting called a Nazi has become too low that anyone who stands slightly on the right side of radical yet self-proclaimed social justice warriors is now a Nazi.
But what about the real Nazis? Like the ones who actually wear Nazi symbols on their uniforms and get all the support from the people calling you a Nazi for objecting to surgically mutilating minors and injecting people’s arms with experimental drugs with possible fatal side effects?
These same people and especially among the presstitutes who would gladly call you a Nazi have a lot of work in their hands trying to explain how Swastikas on the helmets of Ukrainian forces don’t necessarily mean they are Nazis.
Although The New York Times has been forced lately to address the Nazi problem among the armed forces of Ukraine which has been carefully shielded from the mainstream masses in the West for obvious reasons, they do it in a way that it’s okay to continue supporting them as long as they’re killing Russians.
So, The New York Times is now responding to the question of why some Ukrainian soldiers are pretty plainly pro-Nazi but they did it in such a way that it’s still okay to support them and send them weapons from our taxpayer money.
Zero Hedge reported the following:
“The surprising Monday Times headline said that “Nazi Symbols on Ukraine’s Front Lines Highlight Thorny Issues of History.”
This acknowledgement comes after literally years of primarily indy journalists and geopolitical commentators pointing out that yes indeed… Ukraine’s military and paramilitary groups, especially those operating in the east since at least 2014, have a serious Nazi ideology problem.
This has been exhaustively documented, again, going back years. But the report, which merely tries to downplay it as a “thorny issue” of Ukraine’s “unique” “History” – suggests that the real problem for Western PR is fundamentally that it’s being displayed so openly.
Ukrainian troops are being asked to cover those Nazi symbols, please!–as Matt Taibbi sarcastically quipped in commenting on the report.”
So, according to the New York Times, Nazism is not the real problem but rather the fact that we can see Nazi symbols that are very common on the uniforms of the Ukrainian armed forces. That’s the problem!
Therefore, some journalists asked these soldiers to take off their Nazi patches for photo shooting. Otherwise, they can’t continue covering the war in favour of NATO and its stooge in Kyiv, Zelensky.
The New York Times report admits this has led to controversy as newsrooms had to delete some photos of Ukrainian soldiers and militants.
“The photographs, and their deletions, highlight the Ukrainian military’s complicated relationship with Nazi imagery, a relationship forged under both Soviet and German occupation during World War II,” continues the report.
So it’s merely “thorny” and “complicated” we are told.
These are examples of the kinds of patches that appear on Ukrainian military uniforms with “some regularity” – in the words of The New York Times.
Look, I am trying to get it that it’s “complicated” and inconvenient for the narrative when Ukrainian soldiers wear nazi patches. But what kind of journalists ask soldiers to remove them for photographs, for God’s sake!? That’s the definition of presstitution.
These journalists are nothing but useful tools for NATO and their behaviour indicates that they have sold their soul to money.
If you’re a journalist or photographer and you ask Ukrainian soldiers to take off Nazi patches before you take their picture, you aren’t reporting, you are facilitating propaganda.
I don’t know what happened to journalism but since corporations have taken over media outlets and since journalists accepted getting paid by them, they started calling from their ivory towers real journalists Nazis who do actual reporting, investigation and finding holes in the government’s narratives.
So, if you are willing to get involved in the public field and probably become a journalist or a commentator, please make sure to preserve your honour and dignity. Just don’t sell your soul and do your best to serve your people and your community.
Kevork Almassian is an award-winning political commentator from Syria. He is the founder of Syriana Analysis and is known for his contribution to the literature on the Syrian war.