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Justifying Aggression With Democracy

Author: Brad Blankenship The author works with Al Masdar News. Throughout the history of colonialism, many policies were enunciated by foreign powers in colonial territories with the pretence of a civilizing mission (such as the so-called white man’s burden and other similar doctrines). In America, one does not have to look very far for any trace … Continue reading

Whitewashing Bandera for a US Audience

Original article: Washington’s Blog Author: George Eliason / Edited by @GBabeuf In an article published at the New Atlanticist, Political Science Professor Alexander Motyl of Rutgers University wrote the strongest justification a Ukrainian nationalist scholar can mount in defence of the Ukraine’s love affair with the nationalism of Stepan Bandera. Bandera—a mass murderer, torturer, and assassinated former leader of Ukraine’s … Continue reading

America’s Dark History of Supporting Ukrainian Fascists and War Criminals

Author Andrey Panevin / Edited by @GBabeuf The American support of contemporary Ukrainian fascism albeit shocking is in fact not a new political phenomenon. Documents declassified by the CIA under a FOIA request entitled The NAZI War Crimes Declassification Act show that not only was the CIA monitoring Ukrainian fascist groups during and after WWII, … Continue reading

The Kiev Cauldron—Киевский Котел

Preamble: Without undue fanfare (only the accolades well earned), allow me to introduce, by means of the excellent analysis below, one of the many new beginnings here at Slavyangrad. In addition to our bread and butter—translations of first-hand accounts, interviews and analyses authored by the many authentic voices of Novorossiya, Russia and Ukraine—we will be starting to publish … Continue reading

Differences in Approach

Original: El Murid Translated by Gleb Bazov / Edited by Tiago de Carvalho “…The United States is not ready to enter into a war over Ukraine [as it did with Iraq], White House Press Secretary Joshua Ernest told reporters on Tuesday, May 26. He clarified the US position when answering a question about the difference … Continue reading

Oles Buzina: His Open Letter to the US Ambassador in Kiev

During the Maidan uprising, the now murdered journalist, historian and writer, Oles Buzina, wrote an open Letter to Geoffrey Pyatt, the Ambassador at the US Embassy in Kiev. It was published January 23, 2014, one month before the coup d’état on Buzina’s Blog on the Ukrainian news site segodnya.ua Edited by @GBabeuf Oles Buzina: His Open … Continue reading

President Vladimir Putin Speaks: US Sanctions and Ukraine, July 2014

Translated from Russian by Salah Hasan Subtitles by Marcel Sardo Video: A July 2014 Speech by President Vladimir Putin Regarding US Sanctions and Ukraine

An Afghan Freedom Fighter in Donbass: a Poem of Love and Courage, July 13, 2014

Preamble: I never had a brother. Here is the brother I wish I had. In fighting for the future of Novorossiya, I would treasure it if he considered me to be of his blood, across the ocean. As I do him. Note: Videos w/subtitles in the following order: English, German, French Video: Interview with an … Continue reading

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