Hegemon USA created today’s Ukraine in Europe’s heartland — a Nazi-infested monster, a menace masquerading as a nation state.
On Tuesday at the Security Council, Russian UN envoy, Vassily Nebenzia, minced no words setting the record straight about reality in Ukraine.
“(V)iolence and hatred” reflect official regime policy against “its own people,” ones yearning to breathe free from the scourge of Nazified tyranny — reality about today’s Ukraine.
There’s nothing “marginal” about what’s gone on since the Obama/Biden regime’s transformation of Ukraine from democratically run to its current monstrous state by coup d’etat.
Russophobia, racism, anti-Semitism and contempt for the rule of law define the US-installed ruling regime’s ideology.
“Ukraine forsake true sovereignty and opted for becoming (hegemon USA’s) anti-Russian geopolitical project,” Nebenzia explained.
Following the 2014 made-in-the-USA Maidan coup, “Kiev’s (illegitimate) junta (prioritized) violence against” Russian speakers — and all others opposed to tyrannical rule.
Oficial regime policy “cultivat(es) hatred” of all things Russian and truth-telling about Kiev’s deplorable state.
Laws were enacted to mistreat Russian-speaking Ukrainians as ruthlessly as apartheid Israel persecutes long-suffering Palestinians.
Days earlier, Kiev’s so-called parliament banned imports of Russian books and other printed material — part of a scheme to erase Russian culture from the territory of Ukraine.
Its ruling regime and so-called lawmakers banned virtually everything Russian in cahoots with their higher power in Washington.
When Petro Poroshenko was installed as Ukrainian president in June 2014, he said the following about the people of Donbass after Donetsk and Lugansk formed people’s republics in April, becoming independent from Nazi-infested Ukraine.
“We will have jobs. They will not (sic).”
“We will have pensions. They will not (sic).”
“We will have benefits for children and elderly, and they will not (sic).”
“Our kids will go to schools and kindergartens, while theirs will be hiding in basements (sic).”
“This is how we are going to win this war (sic).”
DPR and LPR independence from the scourge of Nazified Ukraine won’t be reversed.
Before installed as Ukraine’s president by the empire of lies, Zelensky called the people of Donbass “rascals…species (sic).”
So-called advisor to Ukraine’s so-called president, M. Podolyak, called DPR and LPR people “dirty miscreant subjects, bandits and dwarfs, offcast waste (sic).”
Former so-called Ukrainian MP, Semyon Semenchenko, called for “depopulat(ing)” Donbass.
When Kiev agreed to Minsk I and II conflict resolution agreements — in September 2014 and February 2015 respectively — its US-installed regime had no intention of complying with its principles.
They used the agreements while intending no end to war on Donbass along Russia’s borders.
Before Moscow’s SMO began, its intelligence learned about (made-in-the-USA) plans by Kiev for larger-scale war on Donbass than already — by invading its sovereign independent territory.
Recently adopted Russophobic policies by the puppet Zelensky regime include the following, Nebenzia explained:
Russian language education banned.
Imports of Russian books prohibited.
Russian literature in schools and universities banned.
Public use of the Russian language prohibited.
Russian culture erased.
The above and related policies were adopted after the US 2014 Maidan coup.
Now they’ve been hardened.
Moscow supports the rights and welfare of ordinary Ukrainians to be free from Nazified tyranny.
Since Russia’s liberating SMO began four months ago, the empire of lies and its NATO vassals poured billions of dollars worth of weapons, munitions and equipment into Nazified Ukraine to kill Russians, Donbass freedom fighters, and residents of the DPR and LPR republics.
Ukrainian foot soldiers are used by hegemon USA-dominated NATO regimes to do their fighting and dying.
Nebenzia stressed the following:
The US-installed regime in Kiev was “doomed in 2014 (for) wag(ing) war on its own people.”
“Millions of Ukrainians wait to be absolved of it, which we can conclude from people’s attitude to Russian troops in the liberated territories.”
“Our special military operation will be carried through, and all its goals will be achieved.”