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Yevhen Fedchenko
for Hromadske C14 is 'neo- nazi', in reality one of them - Oleksandr Voitko - is a war veteran and before going to the war - alum and faculty at , journalist at Foreign news desk at Channel 5. Now also active participant of war veterans grass-root organization.
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. / .... 5 May 18
Nazi is alignment, not rеgalia.
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Christopher Miller 5 May 18
How does one member being those things preclude C14 from being neo-Nazi?
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Tarik Cyril Amar 5 May 18
It doesn’t. But to get that you have to stop drinking the ‘liberal’ Mohyla kool aid...
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Anton Shekhovtsov 5 May 18
C14 is so obviously a neo-Nazi group.
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Aric Toler 5 May 18
no the 14 doesn't stand for the 14 words, it stands for... uhh.... the day the group was founded? yeah, let's stick with that
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Stéphane Siohan 5 May 18
WTF?? Since when having a diploma prevents you from being a neo-nazi or just being a member of an extremist group, acting illegally in the name of the police? You mess up the name of a noble institution with this kind of statements
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Alexey Kovalyov 5 May 18
Replying to @yevhenfedchenko
Ukraine very obviously has a Nazi problem and denying it only makes it worse. This is not an 'ancient Slavic solar symbol', it's a swastika and this guy is totally a Nazi. He's not not a Nazi because Russian TV says he is.
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toomas hendrik ilves 5 May 18
He may be, may be not, I have no way of knowing. But Russian TV has lied about so much that a normal person's first reaction is that he clearly cannot be. Crying wolf has its consequences.
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какой-то тип в трениках 5 May 18
The war veteran and journalist still can be a neo-nazi, Yevhen
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LittleGreenMan 5 May 18
Replying to @yevhenfedchenko
Organization that references 14 words in its name is definitely neo-nazi. Don't whitewash this crap.
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