"The Only Thing Necessary for the Triumph of Evil is that Good Men Do Nothing" - John Stuart Mill

Ukrainian Crime Families Ref From OCCRP

The Continued US Defense and Support of Nazism at the United Nations

March 20, 2022 - By Eric Zuesse In a U.N. vote, on November 21st, only three countries — the United States, Ukraine, and Canada — voted against a resolution to condemn racist facsism, or “nazism,” and to condemn denial of Germany’s World War II Holocaust primarily against Jews.

This measure passed the General Assembly, on a vote of 115 in favor, 3 against, and 55 abstentions (the abstentions were in order not to offend U.S. President Obama, who was opposed to the resolution). ref: Libya360

The American Military is in Trouble: MacGregor

March 22, 2022 -

Who Controls Ukraine – With Information From the OCCRP


March 20, 2022 - The entire Ukrainian government is controlled by an Israeli oligarch, Ihor Kolomoyskyi, who is also funding the Nazi group, Azof and who is very close to the Mossad networks in Israel. The Israeli government is not happy with Russia invasion of Ukraine and is being tactful not to gain headlines nor counter Russia's moves. An important objective for Russia is to removed the Khazarian Mafia out of Ukraine. President Trump was working with the Khazarians while in office as well as previous US presidents. However, Obama and now Biden began an aggressive mission on moving in US / NATO elements and bio weapon labs into Ukraine.

Ukraine Received a New Master, Irrespective Of Who Will Take the Presidency.

The New Master of Ukraine

April 20, 2019 - The master is named Igor Valeryevich Kolomoisky. It is he who detailed and implemented the scenario of the first round of voting in such a way that Poroshenko – who progressed to the second round, Tymoshenko – who didn’t progress, Boyko – who took fourth place, and also the oligarchical groups that place a stake on each of them, found themselves being completely dependent on Kolomoisky. TheSaker

AZOF Battalion (Azov Regiment)

Emblem of Azof - Ukrainian nationalist (NAZIs) Swastika

The far-right militia, once banned by the U.S., is part of Ukraine’s National Guard

When Russia annexed Crimea in February 2014, it faced no military resistance. Ukraine did not have an adequate number of combat-ready troops to mount a defence. Subsequently, when Russia-backed separatists took over government buildings in eastern Ukraine’s Donbas region as a prelude to full-fledged insurgency, the Ukrainian military again proved unable to quell the rebellion. It was against this background that the Azov Battalion was formed in May 2014.

The Azov began as a military infantry unit made up of civilian volunteers drawn from far-right, neo-Nazi groups that were active in Ukraine, such as the Patriot of Ukraine gang and the Social National Assembly (SNA). With its highly motivated band of fighters, the Azov unit recaptured the strategic port city of Mariupol from the separatists. Following this crucial military triumph — which had eluded the official forces of Kyiv — the Azov unit was integrated into the National Guard of Ukraine in November 2014.

In 2016, the Azov set up its political wing, the National Corps Party, under the leadership of Andriy Biletsky, an ultra-Nationalist who was a Member of Parliament from 2014 to 2019 and has said on record it is Ukraine’s mission to “lead the white races of the world in a final crusade… against Semite-led Untermenschen [inferior humans]”.

The military uniforms of the Azov feature Nazi insignia and its fighters have been photographed with tattoos of Nazi symbols such as the swastika. On the eve of the launch of National Corps, its members took out a Nazi-style raised-fist, torch-lit march through the streets of Kyiv. Members of the Azov militia also do street patrols where, in the name of enforcing what it calls ‘Ukrainian order’, they have been known to attack Roma and other ethnic minorities, and LBGT events. The Ukrainian National Guard has released videos of Azov fighters greasing bullets with pig fat, apparently for use against the Muslim Chechens fighting among the Russian forces. ref

Ukrainian Crime Family

March 20, 2022 - Before you think of joining the Ukrainian fight against Russia or supporting financial assistance to Ukraine, perhaps it be advisable to do a little research. Most of the financial funding will unfortunately not go to the needed civilian population but rather to the few who control it and their friends.

The source of this material is found at: QanonPress

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The Kolomoisky Family’s Hidden Swiss Assets

Published: 25 February 2022 - WRITTEN BY GRAHAM STACK

Larisa Chertok owns or has owned a lot of extremely nice things in Switzerland and France, from villas on the shores of Lake Geneva to mega-yachts moored on the Cote d’Azur.

Perhaps that’s because she’s the sister of Ihor Kolomoisky, a Ukrainian oligarch infamous, along with his fellow shareholder Hennadiy Boholiubov, for allegedly absconding with over US$5 billion of Ukrainians’ savings from PrivatBank, a lender the two businessmen controlled.

Neither Chertok nor her husband had any independent business career that could have created such assets independently, according to Ukraine’s corporate register and a forensic audit of Kolomoisky’s finances by Kroll, a U.S.-based corporate investigation and risk consulting firm.

Through her lawyer, Chertok declined to discuss her business relationship with her brother. But her portfolio of possessions and investments indicates it is extensive, from her role running a family-connected concierge service for the ultra-wealthy to her links to an art gallery serving the rich in Geneva’s Old Town.

For example, she is the chief executive officer of Cad Cool, a niche company dedicated to helping wealthy people spend their money. According to an English lawyer involved in a suit against Boholyubov, Cad Cool “is really [Ihor] Kolomoisky’s family business office, whose services are also made available to family and friends.”

A visit to the Kolomoisky family’s luxurious penthouse apartment on the Geneva waterfront reveals that, in fact, Cad Cool and another Chertok-directed firm have mailboxes there. OCCRP