June 27th, 2016

In the Kremlin’s pocket. PEGIDA is a jewish-controlled opposition in Germany.

PEGIDA is a scam like the Front National and a very successful one because it brainwashes the people with Holohoax guilt, supports the Jews and their lying narrative of history and
engenders hate for national socialism. Muslims are not the problem they are the symptom. The problem is the Jews. If you don’t solve the Jewish problem you can’t solve the Muslim problem because Germany is under Jewish occupation and Jews control immigration.

Zionist Rotem Ahituv standing on an improvised stage and wrapped in the black, red and gold German occupation flag, stared out at thousands of protesters spread below him and offered the guilty demonstrators a kind of absolution that only someone like him could give.

“I am Jewish,” he told the crowd. “My family has lived here in Germany for 700 years, and I can tell you that I see here no Nazis.”

In a short and passionate speech that quickly went viral on the Internet among Germans tortured by the brainwashing since birth that they drowned six million Jews in buckets or gassed them in invisible gas chambers none of which were ever described in any document or ever found, Ahituv, an Israeli immigrant to Germany, spoke about the threat of a Muslim takeover of Europe and declared that Germany’s Jews stand with Pegida, the populist right-wing movement that had organized the January 26 demonstration in Frankfurt.

But of course the Jew plays both sides and the middle, Josef Schuster, chairman of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, has condemned Pegida as an “immensely dangerous” movement that consists of neo-Nazis, parties from the far right and citizens who think that they can finally let out their racism and xenophobia.” Simply untrue because ‘Neo-Nazis’ are NO feature of Pegida and are not welcome to come anywhere near their demonstrations, demonstrations which like the EDL achieve nothing but to let off stream and target the wrong enemy, support the real enemy, and change nothing.

Lutz Bachmann the leader of PEGIDA said:
"Germany is not a land of immigration. Integration does not mean living side by side, it means living together under JEWISH-christian merits of our constitution and our German culture with its christian-JEWISH roots determined by christianity, humanism and enlightenment.

You should not forget that Kremlin is the main center of Zionism in Europe and of course Kremlin is behind PEGIDA.

Putin worked as a KGB officer in Dresden during the 1980s. Experts, like the Dresden political scientist Christian Demuth, haven't ruled out the fact that many people at the PEGIDA demonstrations had specific roles in the East German regime, in the Stasi or the Socialist Unity Party (SED).

The Dresden anti-Islam demonstrations have included slogans decrying Chancellor Merkel’s sharp attitude countering the aggressive machinations of Russian president Vladimir Putin in Ukraine and other former Communist countries, now independent.

Thousands of demonstrators, who mostly refused to talk to the “lying press,” listened to fiery speeches railing against the country’s political class. Among the German flags present, I also spotted a few Russian ones, including a banner that was split diagonally, one half Russia’s tricolor, the other half Germany’s. A reporter and cameraman from the Gazprom-owned NTV channel were greeted with welcoming calls of “Vladimir! Vladimir!”

Based on a serious evidence, it would have been easy enough to weave together a theory that the Kremlin is behind the demonstrations that were initiated by a secretive organizing committee in October and swelled to a record 25,000 participants on Monday. After all, President Vladimir Putin served as a KGB agent in what was then an East German city in the 1980s (suspicious!) and one of PEGIDA’s key demands is an end to Germany’s “war-mongering” against Russia (bingo!).

While the Pegida movement is still small, ominous pro-Russian cries of “Putin, hilf uns!” (Putin, help us!) at the rally demonstrate how easily Kremlin can manipulate populist European “dissent” parties and create a more fractured Europe. Come on—it’s not like he hasn’t done this before.

This past spring, former NPD chairman Udo Voigt traveled to St. Petersburg to participate in a meeting of European right-wing radicals. He praised Putin's policies and spoke out against the Western sanctions. Experts estimate that roughly one-fifth of PEGIDA demonstrators come from the Kremlin-controlled NPD.

PEGIDA-founder Lutz Bachmann also met with the members of the Night Wolves, a motorcycle gang with close ties to the Kremlin.

He accompanied the bikers to a wreath-laying in a Russian soldiers' cemetery in the northwestern Saxon town of Torgau. Posing behind a PEGIDA banner, he and the group had their picture taken.

More than anybody, Putin has a high regard among PEGIDA followers. Bachmann has worn a T-shirt bearing Putin's portrait to a demonstration, and it's common to hear calls like "Ship Merkel off to Siberia and Putin to Berlin" or "Help us, Putin."

The purpose of the Kremlin-controlled organizations like French Front National or German PEGIDA and NPD is to help Kremlin regain it’s former power in Europe. For that purpose Putin needs weak and divided European structures and these puppet organizations will help to achieve that goal.

Leader of the pro-russian forces in the Eastern Ukraine claimed that he killed 15 prisoners of war.

Head of separatist Sparta Battalion says he shot prisoners following the battle for Donetsk airport, prompting war crimes investigation by Ukrainian government.

A Russian fighter has confessed on tape to killing 15 Ukrainian prisoners of war, which legal experts say could be considered evidence of war crimes if the authenticity of the recording is confirmed.

The statement was made by Arseniy Pavlov, better known as Motorola, in a telephone conversation with a journalist on 3 April.

Motorola, the head of the pro-Russian militant group the Sparta Battalion, was asked about allegations that he had murdered Ukrainian prisoner of war Ihor Branovytsky in January.

He replied: “I don’t give a fuck about what I am accused of, believe it or not. I shot 15 prisoners dead. No comment. I kill if I want to. I don’t if I don’t.”

The recording will form part of an investigation into the torture and murder of Branovytsky by Kremlin backed-insurgents, said Vasil Vovk, the head of the Ukrainian security service’s main investigative department, at the soldier’s funeral.

A case has been opened under the country’s crimes against humanity legislation and may be sent to the Hague-based International Criminal Court, he said.

Vovk confirmed that Motorola was a suspect in the Branovytsky case and might be tried in absentia.

Amnesty International said this week it had evidence the separatist forces had carried out extrajudicial killings, and added that Motorola’s comments needed to be investigated thoroughly.

Denis Krivosheev, Europe and Central Asia Deputy Director at the organisation, said: “The new evidence of these summary killings confirms what we have suspected for a long time. The question now is: what are the separatist leaders going to do about it?

“The torture, ill-treatment and killing of captured, surrendered or wounded soldiers are war crimes. These claims must be promptly, thoroughly and impartially investigated, and the perpetrators prosecuted.”

Motorola, 32, a Russian citizen, previously fought against Islamist insurgents in Chechnya and worked as a blue-collar worker and a lifeguard. He become known in July last year after staging a “separatist wedding” in Donetsk.

The Sparta Battalion played a significant role in the takeover of Donetsk airportby Kremlin-backed militants in January, where Branovytsky is reported to have fought. He was later taken prisoner and killed.

That the soldier was captured alive has been allegedly verified by two YouTube videos filmed after the fall of the airport. One is thought to show him standing in the ruins of the airport terminal, and another reportedly shows him in a line-up of prisoners asked to say their names to the camera.

At the soldier’s memorial service, Anatoly Svyryd, a sergeant from the same force, said that both he and Branovytsky had been taken prisoner by the Russian-backed Sparta Battalion. Svyryd claims he was taken to a hospital in Donetsk, while about 12 prisoners, including Branovytsky, were transferred to the barracks of the Sparta Battalion in the city.

Another charge against Motorola and his battalion is of the torture of Ukrainian prisoners of war, banned under Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights.

Yury Sova, a fighter of the 80th paratrooper brigade, said he and other prisoners had been attacked by Motorola’s men for extended periods.

“We were beaten for six to seven hours,” he said. He claims to have been transported to the battalion’s barracks alongside Branovytsky, and says he witnessed the killing. “He was beaten brutally, and a lot of his bones were broken.”

The original recording of the conversation with Motorola could potentially be used as evidence in court, said Valentyna Telychenko, a prominent human rightslawyer. “Subsequently there must be an analysis of his voice and the authenticity of the digital media,” she said.

However, there are obstacles to transferring the cases against Motorola and others to the International Criminal Court in the Hague. So far, Ukraine has not ratified the Rome Statute, which recognises the court’s jurisdiction in specific countries.

Ukraine’s supreme court did pass a resolution on 4 February recognising the court’s jurisdiction, however the president has not yet formally sent the resolution to the Hague.

Meanwhile, Vyacheslav Abroskin, head of Donetsk Oblast’s police department,published the names of 40 Sparta Battalion fighters on 5 April on Facebook.

“The country must know its ‘heroes’ by name,” he said. “They have the blood of our compatriots on their hands.”

Source: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/apr/10/russian-fighter-ukraine-motorola