Art by Yousef Amairi

Art by Yousef Amairi
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January 19, 2016

'Right Sector' (Ukraine) (FULL VID) the history of fascist ideology in Ukraine and its role in the Euromaidan coup

WARNING : The graphic description and depiction in some scenes may not be suitable to 
young persons and those suffering from anxiety disorders.

Andriy Biletsky addresses the Second Congress of the  Patriots of Ukraine, Kharkiv, 12 April 2008


This is a detailed film about 'Right Sector' (Ukraine): the history of fascist ideology in Ukraine and its role in Euromaidan 2014. The film contains authentic quotes from the representative s of the right sector, along with quotes from the ideologists of Ukrainian nationalism (Bandera, Stezko, Shukhevych, etc.)

WARNING: This film was released to the enjoyment of human rights violations to increase the Ukrainian neo-nazi organization "The rights sector". The film contains images and recordings graphic violence, which is why there is an age limit of 18 years.

The film also tells about the history of Ukrainian nationalism. It includes details on the role of Bandera and his Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) in the mass murderers in Lvov (Lviv) in 1941 and in Volyn in 1943. The connection between the Ukrainian nationalists with the German fascists and the SS forces in the mid-20th Century was also analyzed profoundly. Particular attention was paid to the post-war period the Ukrainian nationalists and their activities in Europe and USA.

In addition the mass murderer which was committed by the right sector in Odessa 2014 and the other cities in the southeast of Ukraine has been reported.

We recommend the movie to everyone who wishes to gain a deep and factual understanding of the current Ukrainian processes, and understand the genesis of the same Euromaidan coup.

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