What do you get when you mix a Jew, a Christian Zionist, and a neo-Nazi together? The West-backed coup government in Kiev apparently.
Most people I think by now are aware that Arseniy Yatsenyuk, the Victoria-Nuland-appointed prime minister of Ukraine, is Jewish, and of course we’ve all heard about the neo-Nazi leanings of certain elements within the Ukrainian nationalist movement, such as Oleh Tyahnybok, for instance, a member of the Rada, or parliament, and head of the nationalist Svoboda Party.
But recently Christopher Bollyn published an analysis of the Ukraine putsch that included some information about Coup-President Oleksandr Turchynov, or more specifically about his church, the Word of Life Church in Kiev, I was not aware of:
On February 25, Turchynov assumed the duties of the supreme commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. While some American Baptists are reporting that Turchynov is a pastor or an elder at his church, the Word of Life Center in Kiev, they are missing the point. The Word of Life is a Zionist organization posing as a church. It was established by a Swedish Jew named Ulf Ekman, who created a church called “Livets Ord”, which established evangelical churches throughout the former Soviet Union in the early 1990s with the express purpose of finding and funding Jewish emigration to Israel.
As the Wikipedia article about “Livets Ord” says: In conjunction with Christian Zionists in the United States, Livets Ord operates a fund to supply money to Russian Jews who want to move to Israel. The fund, named “Operation Jabotinsky”, is named after Russian Vladimir Jabotinsky.
Vladimir “Ze’ev” Jabotinsky (1880–1940), was a radical (i.e. revisionist) Zionist leader who established a number of Jewish terrorist organizations such as Beitar, Hatzohar, and the Irgun. The Irgun is the terrorist group, headed by Menachem Begin, that bombed the King David Hotel in Jerusalem. Begin founded the Likud party from the former members of these Zionist terrorist groups in the 1970s. The fact that “Livets Ord” runs “Operation Jabotinsky” to find Jews in the former Soviet Union to send to Israel indicates that it is working closely with the Mossad, the branch of Israeli intelligence that was originally created to facilitate Jewish emigration to Palestine.
Bollyn goes on to add:
What is most disturbing about the regime change that brought Yatsenyuk to power is that he seems to have been put in that position through the actions of Victoria Nuland, an official of the U.S. State Department who is married to Robert Kagan. The Kagan family, Lithuanian Jews of Khazar ancestry, seems to have a permanent fiefdom at the State Department. [Kagan and Kahn are Khazar names that derive from a title of imperial rank in the Mongolian and Turkic languages equal to the status of emperor and someone who rules a khaganate.]
You would think that the Kagans would be concerned about the prominence in the new government of people like Tyahnybok . In 2005 the Svoboda leader co-signed an open letter to then-President Yuschenko calling for a parliamentary investigation into the “criminal activities of organized Jewry in Ukraine.” He also asserted at one time that Ukraine is run by a “Moscow-Jewish mafia,” and complained that “Germans, kikes, and other scum” were undermining the country. Equally he has expressed solidarity with Stepan Bandera and other Ukrainian insurgents who took up arms in World War II to fight “Muscovites, Germans, Jewry and other filth,” as he put it.
But Tyahnybok seems capable of reverting to “political correctness” when it suits him, and he has made some rather nice, diplomatic comments about the Jewish state.
“I respect the position of [Israel], which defends the interests of its citizens,” he said. “I would like to ask Israelis to also respect our patriotic feelings. Probably each party in the [Israeli parliament] Knesset is nationalist. With God’s help, let it be this way for us too.”
Maybe the fact that Jews, Christian Zionists, and neo-Nazis have made common cause shouldn’t really be regarded as all that strange. The Kagans certainly don’t seem to perturbed about it, at any rate. Nor do a number of other Ukrainian Jews (see article below). And perhaps if you put all three together in one room, they would discover they have much to agree upon–as long, that is, as the neo-Nazis understand who’s really in charge (who’s in charge, of course, being already innately understood by the Christian Zionists.)
A Satirical Neologism Becomes a Weapon in the Fight Over Ukrainian Jewry
Ihor Kolomoysky, governor of the Dniepropetrovsk Oblast and a Jewish multibillionaire,
photoshopped into a “Zhidobanderovets” T-shirt. (Dmitriy Chekalkin/Evreiskiy.Kiev.UA)
At first glance, the red menorah symbol adorning the black T-shirt worn by Igor Kolomoysky doesn’t seem too strange for a casually dressed Ukrainian Jewish billionaire who has poured millions into Jewish causes and also happens to be a newly appointed regional governor in eastern Ukraine.
However, a closer inspection of the menorah reveals that it’s actually a Jew-ified variant of Ukrainian nationalist symbols accompanied by the enigmatic inscription “Zhidbanderovets,” which translated means “Yid-Banderite.”