This video says about itself:
1 March 2016
As a tribute to Ukrainian soldiers who have lost limbs while fighting in eastern Ukraine the two major TV channels TSN and 1+1 and the magazine VIVA! started the project ‘Help the Hero’ to raise money for them so they could become “contributing members of society”. This resulted in a number of photos that were first exhibited in Ukraine and later in the European Parliament during Ukraine Week.
What didn’t cause any concern in Ukraine was that one of the men on the photos has a swastika tattoo on both his chest and his right arm. What does that tell about the society they are building after the revolution?
By James Tweedie:
Saturday 19th November 2016
Only Pacific Ocean archipelago Palau joined Washington and the Kiev regime it supports in voting against the resolution co-authored by 55 states, including Russia, which passed with 131 votes in favour.
There were 48 abstentions in the vote by the UN social, humanitarian and cultural affairs committee, mostly from states in the EU, which also backed the 2014 Kiev coup.
US deputy representative to the economic and social council Stefanie Amadeo claimed the motion was “politicised” and restricted “freedom of expression and association.”
That includes erecting monuments and memorials and holding public demonstrations celebrating nazism past and present.
In the Baltic states, authorities have allowed surviving members of their SS divisions to march in a mockery of military veterans’ parades. The text also condemned “contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance.” …
The resolution also opposed ongoing attempts to “desecrate or demolish monuments erected in remembrance of those who fought against nazism during the second world war,” along with Holocaust denial.