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Ukraine TV Offers Free Air-Time for Neo-Nazis Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Mon, Apr 21, 2014, 10:35 PM

US Secretary of State John Kerry is providing USAID funds to the Kiev media to broadcast extensive coverage of the Ukraine presidential campaigns. Accordingly, candidates, such as Oleg Tyangybok of Svoboda Party (Neo-Nazis), will get at least 30 minutes of free air time to express his rabid anti-semitic viewpoints.

The Voice of Russia reports that, "Ukraine’s candidates for presidency are starting an election campaign on national TV channels. The regulations for granting airtime to them were determined by the country’s Central Electoral Commission in the course of voting."

Neo Nazi Oley Tyagnybok can air his support for nationwide registration of Jews on Channel One of the National Radio as well.

According to the Voice of Russia, "The CEC admitted 23 candidates to the presidential race and nine of them have been nominated by political parties. Some of the names are fairly well known - Yulia Timoshenko (Batkivshchina), former defense minister Anatoly Gritsenko (Civil Position party), Alexander Klimenko (Ukrainian People’s Party), former social policies minister Nataly Korolevkaya (Ukraine Forward!), Vasily Kuibida (People’s Rukh), Oleg Lyashko (Radical Party), Pyotr Simonenko (Communist Party), Oleg Tyagnybok (Svoboda), and Dmitry Yarosh (Right Sektor) who has been place on an international list of wanted persons."

Additionally, the Communist Party presidential canidate, Pyotr Simonenko can espouse his endorsement of Stalinist purges of Ukrainian farmers. He gets free broadcast time too, which is all courtesy of USAID sponsorship.

To read the entire article from the Voice of Russia, link here:  To read a related story on the Dallas Blog, link here:

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