Alt Left: Letter from Ukraine

Found on the Net. As you can see, by 2018-2019, Ukraine was pretty much transformed into a Nazi/fascist country. Denazification is going to be real difficult in a place with an infestation this bad.

My ex-gf was a Kharkov native so I was there three times between 2018-2019. I first entered Ukraine in 2018, and Kiev had a really weird, unfriendly vibe, and there were Right Sector flags everywhere.

Also, in 2018 there was an Azov recruiting tent on Freedom Square in Kharkov. But there was still the odd bit of anti-Trizub graffiti visible on the train ride (the high speed train from Kiev that actually has air conditioning in the summer, unlike most of their trains) into the city.

In 2019, all of that was gone. The Azov tent was still there. But you started to see “patriotic” shit everywhere, like really over the top, everything must be blue and yellow. You saw more and more NG soldiers/reservists in uniform walking around the city. Kharkov became a stronghold for them, just as Mariupol did. Two cities, in the Ukrainian East, full of ethnic Russians…and major bases for the nationalist militias.

I ended the relationship in late 2019 and have not returned to Ukraine since. The next time I go, it might actually be a nice place!

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  1. Ex-US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright Has Died

    Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright has passed away at the age of 84, her family announced on Wednesday.

    Born to Jewish parents in Prague, Czechoslovakia, in 1937, her name was Marie Jana Korbelová until being legally changed in her youth. Her parents converted to Roman Catholicism when she was very young and she later said she did not know she was Jewish until her late 50s. Her father Josef Korbel, was a Czech diplomat until resigning in 1948 following the communist takeover.

    Albright’s family emigrated to the United States and she became a naturalized US citizen in 1957. She later studied at and taught at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, and made her leap into politics in 1978, when she was recruited as the National Security Council’s liaison to Congress by US national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski, her former teacher at Georgetown.

    In a 1996 interview with CBS, Albright defended the Clinton administration’s economic sanctions against Iraq, saying that the deaths of 600,000 Iraqi children under the age of 5 was “worth it.”

    That evil woman was complicit in bombing the Serbs when she was Secretary of State. She also had no problem with starving Iraqi children with sanctions. Another war criminal bites the dust. First Rumsfeld, Then Colin Powell and now this witch.

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