The state-organized presence of neo-Nazis within the Ukrainian army is not anecdotal, even if it is not possible to quantify it in a certain way.
On the other hand, it is easy to count their victims.
In general indifference, they have killed 14,000 Ukrainians in eight years.
This situation is one of the causes of the Russian military intervention in Ukraine.
Israel is confronted for the first time with what it could never have imagined: the support of its US protector to its historical enemy, Nazism.
Israel faces an unexpected problem in the Ukrainian crisis: is it true, as Moscow claims, that the country is in the hands of a “gang of neo-Nazis” financed by Ukrainian and American Jews?
If so, it is a moral duty for Tel Aviv to clarify its position on Jews supporting Nazis, regardless of any position on the Ukrainian crisis.
The question is all the more cruel because the few American Jews who support or instrumentalize Ukrainian Nazi groups are a tiny group of a few hundred people, the Straussians, who are now in power in President Joe Biden’s immediate circle.
On July 21, 2021, President Zelensky promulgated a law on “indigenous peoples”.
It recognizes the enjoyment of human and civil rights and fundamental freedoms only for Ukrainians of Scandinavian or Germanic origin, but not for those of Slavic origin.
This is the first racial law passed in Europe in 77 years.
At the suggestion of Victoria Nuland, on November 2, 2021, President Volodymyr Zelensky appointed Dmitro Yarosh as an advisor to the Commander-in-Chief of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, General Valerii Zaluzhnyi, with the task of preparing the attack on the Donbass and Crimea.
It is important to keep in mind that Yarosh is a Nazi, while Victoria Nuland and Volodymyr Zelensky are Ukrainian Jews (originally for Ms. Nuland who is now American).
In eight years, from regime change to the Russian military operation not included, neo-Nazis in Ukraine have killed at least 14,000 Ukrainians.
Israel’s moral challenge
President Zelensky replied to his Russian counterpart who denounced a “bunch of neo-Nazis” in power in Kiev that it was impossible because he was Jewish.
As this was not enough, on the sixth day of the conflict, he accused Russia of having bombed the Babi Yar memorial where 33,000 Jews were massacred by the Nazis.
Not only was he not supporting the Nazis, but the Russians were erasing their crimes.
Without waiting, the Yad Vashem Memorial, the Israeli institution that preserves the memory of the Nazi “final solution of the Jewish question”, issued an angry statement.
It seemed outrageous to the Israelis that Russia would compare the Ukrainian far right with the Nazis of the Shoah and even more so that it would bomb a place of memory.
Then Israeli journalists went to the crime scene to find that it had never been bombed.
The Ukrainian president had lied.
Then the Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry Preskov, invited the Yad Vashem Memorial to send a delegation to Ukraine to see for themselves, under the protection of the Russian army, what President Putin was talking about.
A great silence followed. What if the Kremlin, like the Simon Wiesenthal Center, was telling the truth?
What if the Straussian Jews in the United States, the Ukrainian Jewish leader Ihor Kolomoysky and his employee the Jewish president Volodymyr Zelensky were working with real Nazis?
Immediately, the Israeli Prime Minister, Naftali Bennett, went to Moscow and received Chancellor Scholtz in Tel Aviv, then phoned the Ukrainian president, whose bad faith was evident to all.
Presented as yet another attempt at peace, this trip was in fact intended only to find out whether or not the United States was relying on real Nazis.
Confused by his findings, Bennett called President Putin, whom he had left the day before.
He was also phoning various heads of Nato member states.
It would be desirable for Naftali Bennett to make public what he has verified, but it is unlikely.
He would have to open a forgotten file, that of the relations between certain Zionists and the Nazis.
Why, then, did David Ben Gurion insist that Ze’ev Jabotinsky, the founder of revisionist Zionism, was a fascist and possibly a Nazi?
Who were the Jews who, before Adolf Hitler came to power, warmly welcomed an official delegation of the Nazi party, the NSDAP, to Palestine while it was practicing pogroms in Germany?
Who negotiated the 1933 transfer agreement (the so-called “Haavara Agreement”) and maintained an office in Berlin until 1939?
How did half-Jew Vollrath von Maltzan become the purveyor of Zyklon B gas to the death camps?
So many questions that historians usually leave unanswered.
And today, is it true, as many witnesses claim, that Professor Leo Strauss taught his Jewish students that they had to build their own dictatorship, using the same methods as the Nazis, to protect themselves from a new Shoah?
Clearly, Naftali Bennett did not buy into the Ukraine/NATO narrative.
He said that the Russian president was not theorizing a plot, was not irrational and did not suffer from mental illness.
On the contrary, when asked about the support of the Jewish state, President Zelenski replied: “I have spoken to the Prime Minister of Israel.
And I tell you frankly, and this may sound a bit insulting, but I think I have to say it: our relations are not bad, not bad at all.
But relationships are tested at times like these, at the most difficult times, when help and support is needed.
And I don’t think he [Bennett] is wrapped up in our flag.
Israel should withdraw from the Ukrainian conflict.
If it suddenly changes his mind about something else and gets into a fight with Washington, you’ll know why.