On December 2nd, Dutch outlet RTL published an interview with one of the Ukrainian soldiers who abducted Vladimir Tsemakh from the Donetsk People’s Republic.
RTL Nieuws correspondent Jeroen Akkermans spoke with the Dmitry Gerzhan (nicknamed Triton), who was glorified as a victim, having stepped on a landmine and lost his leg. All of the tattoos and Nazi symbolism on his body and prosthetic were simply misunderstood and he isn’t, in fact a Nazi.
“In June 2019, Vladimir Tsemakh was abducted from his home by the Ukrainian secret service. That was a spectacular operation because Tsemakh’s house is located in the Russian-backed rebel area in eastern Ukraine. A Ukrainian command was killed in that operation. Another lost his leg,” the RTL article reads.
The one who lost his leg is Dmitry Gerzhan (Dima). In the video, Gerzhan tells the story of how they abducted Tsemakh (but he “forgets” to mention the physical abuse he underwent while being abducted), how his commander “Sasha” lost his life, and how he lost his leg stepping on a landmine. Essentially, he was the victim in all of it.
In the end of the video, Dima is asked if whether the swastikas on his prosthetic, the Schutzstaffel (SS) emblem, as well as the swastika tattoo on his elbow mean that he was a Nazi.
“This is an absolutely wrongopinion. We are not fascists. My swastika has curved edges, and not like Hitler’s swastika,” Dima said, providing the most innocent expression he can muster, while showing off the tattoo on his right elbow.
Thus, the obviously Nazi Ukrainian soldier is the victim in the entire situation, Vladimir Tsemakh was the villain, and this is further evidence that another special forces operation is warranted to kidnap him once more.
The excuse reminds of another absurd Ukrainian excuse, that the Ukrainian troops “thought” the Nazi insignias they were wearing on their uniforms were simply “Pirate flags.”
Separately, it appears that Ukrainian “non-fascists” are also in Hong Kong, in attempts to promote “democracy” and the true “democratic process.”
Presumably, they are present there on some sort of “experience exchange” trip. Or they could possibly be disillusion with the impending, albeit slow, de-escalation of hostilities in Eastern Ukraine, and with their experience as part of the Nazi-infested volunteer battalions they’ve nothing to employ their talents and skills towards. They may have just found a new job.
These individuals could become excellent educators in “democracy” for the Hong Kong rioters.
It should be reminded that even The Soufan Center, a US think tank, concluded that Ukraine has become the Nazi hub of the world, with white supremacists flocking the country to get educated in trained in the ways of spreading the one, true “democracy.”
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