Mini-documentary attempts to set record straight on Russia’s incursion into Ukraine.
NATO has banded with neo-Nazis in Ukraine to hold down separatist regions, according to mini-documentary.
A mini-documentary attempts to set the record straight on Russia’s incursion into Ukraine, as Western media sources continue to obfuscate the facts behind the fraught geopolitical quagmire.
The video begins by giving context prior to the conflict, when Russian President Vladimir Putin on Feb. 21 recognized two areas in Ukraine’s eastern Donbas region, Donetsk and Luhansk, as independent separatist republics.
“After 8 years of war, or rather 8 years of the Donbas republics being under attack by Ukraine, both the republics swiftly appealed to President Putin for military assistance to end the conflict,” a narrator explains.
“President Putin announced Russia’s military action with the following statement:
“The People’s Republics of Donbass appealed to Russia with a request for help.
“In this regard, in accordance with Article 51, Part 7 of the UN Charter, with the sanction of the Federation Council of Russia, and in accordance with the treaties of friendship and mutual assistance ratified by the Federal Assembly on February 22 this year with the Donetsk People’s Republic and the Lugansk People’s Republic…
“I have decided to conduct a special military operation. Its goal is to protect people who have been subjected to bullying and genocide by the Kiev regime for eight years.
“And for this we will strive for the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine. We will also bring to justice those who committed numerous horrific war crimes against civilians, including citizens of the Russian Federation.
“At the same time, our plans do not include the occupation of Ukrainian territories. We are not going to impose anything on anyone by force.”
On Feb. 24, Russia sent military units into Ukraine, with the frantic western media spinning Putin’s justification of “denazifying” Ukraine as a false narrative.
The film goes on to note the rise of radical militant Ukrainian neo-Nazi groups, such as the far-right Azov battalion, which openly espouses support for Hitler’s third reich and its white supremacist ideologies.