Robert Parry Denounces Nazi Ukraine Regime for Inciting Nuclear War

February 25, 2015

Noted investigative journalist Bob Parry, who broke the original Iran-Contra scandal and now runs the consortiumnews.com website, published on February 23rd a devastating indictment of Washington's creation of the Nazi regime in Ukraine, as leading to a possible thermonuclear war with Russia.

Under the headline "Ready for Nuclear War over Ukraine?" Parry begins by reporting on the demented statements of Ukraine's Deputy Foreign Minister Vadym Prystaiko calling for confronting Russia even though it is "a nuclear state," including Prystaiko's demand that
"What we expect from the world is that the world will stiffen up in the spine a little."
Parry asks:

"Why should such a pedestrian dispute [between Ukraine's eastern and western regions] justify the possibility of vaporizing millions of human beings and conceivably ending life on the planet?...there is a madness in the Kiev regime that the West doesn't want to recognize," a regime that displays a "cavalier attitude about dragging the world into a nuclear catastrophe."

Parry goes on to describe, in accurate detail, the overtly Nazi nature of leading forces in Kiev, including the notorious Azov batallion.

"No European government since Adolf Hitler's Germany, has seen fit to dispatch Nazi storm troopers to wage war on a domestic population, but the Kiev regime has and has done so knowingly."

Parry also documents the immoral cover-up of these facts by major US media, including the New York Times and the Washington Post, although he stops short of pointing the figure of those who actually put the Nazis in power: Victoria Nuland, Barack Obama, and their superiors in the British Empire.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

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