WATCH: Buffalo Shooter was inspired by Ukraine’s Azov Battalion

We all heard of the racially motivated hate crime that Payton Gendron, an 18- year-old white man carried out against migrants and African Americans in Buffalo, New York. The White supremacist has killed 10 people and wounded three others in an attack that shocked no one; ONE, because it happened in the United States, and TWO, because of the recent tolerance of the mainstream media and the so-called liberal political elites to racism after the war in Ukraine. While racism against the Russians has been normalized, the media is working hard to convince the Europeans to accept Ukrainian refugees because they are blond and have blue eyes and because they are not “savages” like me from an “uncivilized” country.

All these happened in front of our eyes with complete complicity by the media. However, there is a point of vital importance that they don’t want you to know or to speak about, which is the ideological motivation of the racist white man who carried out the attack in Buffalo.

The Manifesto that Payton Gendron left behind was inspired by the New Zealand white supremacist who murdered 51 Muslims in 2019. And guess who the New Zealand shooter wrote about in his manifesto? The Neo-Nazi Azov Battalion of Ukraine that NATO is arming, training and financing.

Now look at these photos: on the right is the shooter who killed African-Americans in Buffalo and on the left is a soldier in the Ukrainian army. What they have in common are creed and ideology, and both are wearing the symbol of the “Black Sun”, a symbol used in the context of the post-Third Reich by the Neo-Nazis. Modern far-right groups often refer to the symbol as the sun wheel or Sonnenrad.

The symbol design consists of twelve rays and a circle in the middle, which is an emblem of the Schutzstaffel, which was the protective unit or the special security unit or SS units of a paramilitary organization led by this guy and the Nazi party in Germany, and later throughout German-occupied Europe during World War II.

The mainstream media is telling us today that the first one is a Nazi terrorist and the second is a national hero who fights for democracy and “Western values”. Don’t get fooled, the media is lying to you because they want the neo-Nazis to defeat Russia, just like they supported Al-Qaeda in Syria to defeat Syria.

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