West’s Support for Extremism “Blows Back” in New York Shooting

May 15, 2022 – The New Atlas

The tragic mass shooting in Buffalo New York was carried out by an extremist with an ideology stemming from modern-day NAZlSM practices most openly in Ukraine. Just as Western support for extremists in Syria blew back in the form of global terrorism, its support for NAZlS in Ukraine is emboldening and encouraging their toxic ideology worldwide.

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What About the “Woke” Right?

According to our conservative friends, being “woke” refers to those who are ridiculously politically correct and who speak out too much on social injustice. It’s commonly used as a pejorative term when referring to those on the left, increasingly paring it with phrases like “woke mob” or as a sledgehammer, using “anti-woke” to proclaim their vehement opposition.

What About the “Woke” Right?

It is reported about the transfer to Ukraine of militants of the Turkish far-right extremist organization “Grey Wolves”

Militants of the Turkish extremist organization Grey Wolves, which has close ties with the CIA and NATO, have been deployed to Ukraine. The emergence of far-right Turkish nationalists on Ukrainian territory is reported by Semyon Pegov, the creator of the WarGonzo project, which has been covering the military special operation of Russian troops from the very beginning.

It is reported about the transfer to Ukraine of militants of the Turkish far-right extremist organization “Grey Wolves”

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3,000 Grey Wolves in Ukraine

The Grey Wolves are a Turkish far-right militia, historically linked to NATO. Their ideology is neo-fascist, anti-communist, anti-Greek, anti-Alevi, anti-Kurdish, anti-Armenian, homophobic, anti-Semitic and anti-Christian.

Canada failed when it trained Ukrainian troops linked to the far right, says Nazi hunter

Canada failed when it trained Ukrainian troops linked to the far right, says Nazi hunter

A top Nazi hunter and Holocaust scholar says Canada failed when it allowed Ukrainian military personnel connected to far-right groups to receive training as recently as 17 months ago.

Efraim Zuroff of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Israel said in an interview with this newspaper that Canada failed to properly monitor its own military training program. “The Canadian government didn’t do its due diligence,” he said. “It’s the responsibility of the Canadian defence ministry to know exactly who they are training.”

“There is no question that there are neo-Nazis in different forms in Ukraine, whether they are in the Azov regiment or other organizations,” he added.