The Alliance of MI6, the CIA and the Bandéristes

Thierry Meyssan After having shown that the war in Ukraine was prepared by the Straussians and triggered on February 17 by Kiev’s attack on the Donbass, Thierry Meyssan returns to the secret history that links the Anglo-Saxons to the Banderites since the fall of the Third Reich. He sounds the alarm: we have not been…

NATO’s Secret Nazi Armies

Asa Winstanle Italian special forces in training. NATO’s Operation Gladio was responsible for untold suffering over decades. (BBC) How the CIA and MI6 created Operation Gladio, a Cold War terror network riddled with Nazis. Part one of a new series. Last month NATO’s Twitter account posted a photo of a Ukrainian soldier and saluted her…

Nazis in Ukraine: Seeing Through the Fog of the Information War

Gabriel Rockhill Participants of an annual event in honor of Stepan Bandera march through Kyiv, Ukraine on Jan. 1, 2021. (Genya Savilou/AFP) On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin undertook what he referred to as a “special military operation … to de-militarise and de-Nazify Ukraine.” Western bourgeois media immediately decried these stated goals, regularly repeating that the allegations of…

Radical Mercenaries and Jihadists from Ukraine Move to Live in Europe

Valery Kulikov In early February – long before the official announcement of the creation of a “foreign legion” by the Kiev regime – the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry openly declared that it would facilitate radical veterans of the recognized terrorist Liberation Army of Kosovo to move to Ukraine. Given this circumstance and the growing number of…

NATO and the Russia-Ukraine War

Hugo Turner For more then 70 years America has been predicting an imminent invasion by first the USSR, and then Russia. Now with its 9 years of anti-Russian hysteria the West has finally created a self- fulfilling prophecy. Putin has decided to intervene in Ukraine. Back in December 2021, Russia asked NATO for security guarantees…

Under the Wolfsangel: The Truth about Radical Ideologies in Ukraine

Olga Sukharevskaya A cursory look at the documents regarding the foundation of the Ukrainian state would make it appear quite European and democratic, which is exactly the reason why many might have dismissed Vladimir Putin’s talk about neo-Nazis in Ukraine as rhetoric and propaganda. The truth, however, is much more complicated and cannot be summarized…

Turkish Fighters and the Internationalization of the Ukrainian War

Vladimir Platov More recently, the topic of Turkey and its use of fighters with Syrian war experience in a number of armed conflict zones has been discussed at length in the pages of NEO. However, the topic of foreign fighters in the current events in Ukraine, as well as the involvement of a number of NATO countries…

ISIS-K Strikes Pakistan: ISIS Join with Nazis in Ukraine

Mourners offer funeral prayers for bomb blast victims a day after a suicide attack at a Shiite mosque in Peshawar on March 5, 2022, as the death toll rose to 62 overnight as police said they would try to identify the bomber from two severed feet found at the scene. (Photo by Abdul MAJEED /…

NATO White Helmets Follow al-Qaeda to Ukraine

Vanessa Beeley Four-hundred and fifty extremists from Idlib, north-west Syria have arrived in Ukraine according to Al Mayadeen. Hailing from Idlib – the “largest Al Qaeda haven since 9/11”-  these fanatics from various countries have been despatched to Ukraine to fight against the Russian forces that alongside the Syrian Arab Amy signified the end of their…

Russia Warns Washington is Sending ISIS Fighters to Ukraine

The Cradle Over the past two weeks Ukrainian officials have been calling for the formation of an ‘international legion’ of mercenaries The Foreign Intelligence Service of Russia (SVR RF) warned on 4 March that the US, along with NATO countries, are sending ISIS fighters from Syria to Ukraine. The ISIS members who are reportedly headed…

Ukraine and the New Al Qaeda

Whitney Webb The eruption of war between Russia and Ukraine appears to have given the CIA the pretext to launch a long-planned insurgency in the country, one poised to spread far beyond Ukraine’s borders with major implications for Biden’s “War on Domestic Terror” As the conflict between Ukraine and Russia continues to escalate and dominate…

Ukraine: Partisans and Collaborators

Apparatchik As a result of the present confrontation in Ukraine, much discussion has taken place about the possibility of an insurgency against Russian forces. At the same time, the extent of far-right entanglement with the post-Euromaidan Ukrainian government, driven in part by Putin’s stated intention of “de-nazification”, has been renewed as a topic of interest….

The CIA: 70 Years in Ukraine

A nine minute segment from Part 2 of Doug Valentine’s The CIA As Organized Crime. For 70 years the CIA has been working to undermine and occupy Ukraine to bring down Russia using such things as paramilitaries, right wing Nazi groups, corrupt politicians and businessmen, coups, and warfare in the eastern Ukraine region of the…

The Sordid History of NATO-Sponsored Terrorism

Paul Cudenec (Neverwomre Editorial Comment: The following piece was originally published in Paul Cudenec‘s 2013 collection of essays “Antibodies, Anarchangels, and Other Essays“. We are posting it now in English, French, and Spanish, because we believe that it is important that people understand NATO’s history of crimes against humanity. It is a historical fact that NATO…

NATO Trains and Finances Neo-Nazis and Jihadists in Ukraine

Mision Verdad The paramilitarization of warfare through extremist mercenaries has served the United States to regionalize conflicts and make the approach to their consequences more diffuse. The Ukrainian state is in an accelerated process of decomposition at the hands of an oligophrenic elite, which is expanding its criminality in order to sustain a geopolitical tension…

Blackwater is in Donbass with the Azov Battalion

Manlio Dinucci The CIA and MI6 are reorganizing NATO stay-behind networks in Eastern Europe. If after the Second World War they relied on former Nazis to fight the Soviets, they still support neo-Nazi groups against the Russians. There is no obvious reason for this. The Nazis were plethora in the 1940s, they are very few…