The Anti-Nazi UN Resolution for the West is like a Red Rag to a Bull November 20, 2016 Analysis Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard 18:45:22 20/11/2016 Yury Selivanov Don’t let the Führer be offended! The Russian draft resolution at the UN General Assembly on the inadmissibility of glorifying Nazism was adopted with 131 votes “for”, and “against” votes – only the United States, Ukraine, and Palau. The draft was supported by 131 countries, including Belarus, Venezuela, India, Israel, Kazakhstan, China, and Syria. 48 States, including European Union members, abstained, reports TASS. During all these years, the position of so-called “abstentions” was openly voiced the most by representatives of the Kiev regime. For example, in 2014, the Ukrainian diplomat Andrey Tsymbalyuk, explaining his country’s decision to vote against anti-Nazi resolution, at first hypocritically stated about the condemnation of Kiev Nazism, neo-Nazism, and other violent totalitarian ideologies. At this time he noted that at this time millions of his countrymen fell victim to “another totalitarian regime – Stalinism”. “As long as Stalinism and neo-Stalinism will not be condemned equally as Nazism, neo-Nazism, and other forms of intolerance, Ukraine will not be able to support this document,” he said. Since then, it has become absolutely clear that from the side of Kiev and its supporters this is nothing more than a cynical cover. The absence of a resolution condemning so-called “Stalinism”, in fact, the Soviet Union does not prevent Kiev’s rulers at all from eradicating Soviet monuments, including memorials to Soviet soldiers who liberated Ukraine from the Nazis, decommunisation of the names of cities and streets, and to rewrite the world’s history impudently, to suit their taste. At the same time, Kiev’s authorities used the non-recognition of this UN document in order to do absolutely nothing to counter neo-Nazism, the manifestations of which became in Ukraine not just massive and widespread, but is increasingly acquiring the traits of the dominant state ideology and policy. Official heroes of Ukraine are Hitler’s henchmen Bandera and Shukhevych, monuments to which are multiplying every day. From official Ukrainian “history” any mention of the atrocities of the Ukrainian nationalists against their own people are carefully removed. The authorities actually encourages the spread among the youth of the cult of the Third Reich with the corresponding symbols and rituals. In fact, the anti-Nazi UN resolution categorically does not suit the Kiev regime, because its spearhead is directed against it. Nearly the same motives guide the Europeans’ abstention. In EU countries, not for the first year, the propagandist campaign for the revision of the outcome of World War II is gaining strength, in the framework of which the condemnation of Nazism and Nazi crimes gradually fades into the background, ceding place to accusations against the USSR. Which, allegedly, bears almost the main responsibility for the outbreak of the war and the tragedy that resulted from it. This is done not at all because of an abstract interest in the “truth of history”. Revision of historical events with its full substitution in their favor is necessary to the West in order to represent Russia and Russian civilization in general as a source of constant aggression and, in this way, to justify their own aggressive actions concerning the East, both in the past and in the future. That is precisely why the adoption of this UN resolution is totally unacceptable for the West, because it has a destructive, paralysing effect on all of its pseudo-historical fabrications and anti-Russian intentions. Copyright © 2016. All Rights Reserved.