Speaking of Nazis
As the news cycle flips from Covid to Convoy to Ukraine, it’s freedom versus fascism all over again, but caution is advised as we see those same swords brandished by both sides. It particularly raises a flag, so to speak, to invoke that quintessential trigger word, Nazi.
First, critics of the Freedom Convoy were quick to seize on a stray (likely planted) swastika or Confederate flag as a symbol of racism and hate, despite the overwhelming display of Canadian flags and human kindness reflecting the actual character of the mass protest.
PM Trudeau himself was the chief culprit, even slandering a Jewish MP in Parliament in such terms and refusing to apologize. The mainstream media, needless to say, merely amplified the distorting projection.
Standing beside Trudeau denouncing the populist revolt as “far right” stood Finance Minister and World Economic Forum Trustee Chrystia Freeland, whose grandfather Michael Chomiak, as confirmed by the Globe and Mail and Ottawa Citizen, “was the chief editor of a Nazi newspaper” during the occupation, celebrating the formation of the Ukrainian division of the Nazi death squads, the Waffen SS. Together this Canadian junta announced emergency measures recalling the arbitrary diktats of 1930s Germany, while unironically accusing the freedom-lovers of crimes against democracy.
Freeland in her earlier career as a journalist wrote a 2012 book called Plutocrats: The Rise of the New Global Super-Rich and the Fall of Everyone Else. After that critique it seems she decided to join the winning side, or at least the rich side. With a covert war on humanity becoming overt in the era of biomedical fascism, the Trudeau/Freeland alliance with the WEF and its thousand-year Reich by another name (the Great Reset) is no longer a “conspiracy theory”:
‘The attempt by global elites to subvert local democracy is fully on and in plain view.’ —National Post, Chrystia Freeland's side gig with the WEF is endangering Canadian democracy
With the onerous Emergency Act now hastily shelved, these neo-Nazis (who declare their opponents are the neo-Nazis) are proceeding with more far-reaching measures, legislation that would criminalize “hate speech” even if the authorities deem it is being “contemplated.”
Now in the wake of war in the Ukraine, Facebook (though it banned me twice immediately after posting memes comparing Covid mandates to the Third Reich) announces it supports Ukrainian neo-Nazis. Which brings us back to the West’s hypocrisy in all things Nazi.
Note that Russia’s Putin took action specifically for the purpose of “demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine” (Pepe Escobar). Join the club, Vlad: Everyone hates Nazis. Except…
‘In 2014 as the coup [in Ukraine] was in full swing, the United States took to facilitating the most repugnant of individuals to install their new puppet regime. Providing armaments, funding, and training to openly admitted Neo-Nazi paramilitary forces.’ —Don Via, Jr., As War Drums Beat for Ukraine, Remember, Lies And Propaganda Started Nearly Every War In US History
Hypocrisy over the meaning of “Nazi” or “terrorist,” “insurgent” or “democracy,” carries over into real policies and actions such as “invasion” and “occupation” as well.
‘Predictably, Western corporate media has already gone totally berserk branding it as the much-awaited Russian “invasion”. A reminder: when Israel routinely bombs Syria and when the House of One Saudi routinely bombs Yemeni civilians, there is never any peep in NATOstan media…. The United States government barks non-stop about “territorial sovereignty” [while] illegally occupying a section of Syrian territory and… stealing their oil.’ —Pepe Escobar
Most tellingly, when the UN recently considered the Nazi phenomenon and associated racism, the US, Ukraine, and Canada all voted to show where they really stand on the issue.
‘In December of 2021, the United Nations brought forth its annual resolution to condemn Nazism, urging nations to work together to prevent the spread of ultra-nationalist and racist ideologies. It should have been a common sense resolution for everyone to agree on. Yet out of all members of the United Nations, the United States and Ukraine were the only two to vote against it. [Canada and the UK abstained.] Sadly, this has become tradition. Both Nations have regularly voted against the resolution since 2014.’ (Don Via, Jr.)
Kit Knightly: Timeline: Euromaidan, the original “Ukraine Crisis”: Genuine grassroots revolution or NATO backed coup?
Diana Johnstone, US Foreign Policy [bear baiting] Is a Cruel Sport