|Sen. McCain Boosts Rise of Neo-Nazis in Ukraine|
|by Tom McGregor||Mon, Jan 20, 2014, 09:02 PM|
Sen. John McCain (R.-Az.) has enjoyed dining with radical Islamist kidnappers in Syria. So it should come as no surprise that his visit to Kiev, Ukraine, amidst anti-government protests, has sparked a sharp rise of the neo-Nazi movement in the Ukraine.
Russia Today reports that, "The West has been turning a blind eye to all these neo-Nazis operating in Kiev, just like they were saying that there were no jihadists among Syrian opposition, Dmitry Babich, political analyst at the Voice of Russia, told RT."
While bloody riots have embroiled the streets of Kiev, the bulk of anti-government demonstrators are a clan of neo-Nazi nationalists.
According to Russia Today, "The Ukrainian protesters clashed with police in Kiev after nearly 10,000 people took part in an at Maidan, or Independence Square, on January 18-19. What started as a peaceful demonstration turned into violent clashes with the police later Sunday. The most aggressive group of protesters, known as nationalists from Oleg Tyahnybok’s party, started throwing stones, debris and Molotov cocktails directly at the police, and using bats to beat the policemen."
Sen. John McCain visited Kiev a few months ago to encourage more Ukrainians to protest on the streets and implement regime change. However, some experts fear that neo-Nazis could rise to power.
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