Day 12. The Russian Hunt For Ukrainian Nationalists

Civilian volunteers from the new group of Territorial Defense Units

Main Image: Civilian volunteers from the new group of Territorial Defense Units set up by veterans of the Azov Regiment train in a secret location in Dnipro, Ukraine on March 06, 2022.

In a televised meeting with his security council on March 3, Russian President Vladimir Putin said the fight against ‘neo-Nazis’ in Ukraine was going ‘according to plan’.

We have since received a number of propaganda video’s showing Russian troops manhandling captured Ukrainian soldiers whilst looking for Nationalist tattoos. As the fighting gets ever more desperate the treatment of captured enemy combatants will become ever more brutal.

We will strive for the demilitarisation and de-Nazification of Ukraine, as well as bringing to justice those who committed numerous bloody crimes against civilians.

Russian President Vladimir Putin
Putin’s soldiers search a captured Ukrainian for Nationalist tattoos and symbols.


The non-European make-up of the invading Russian army is shown in the following video which shows Russian soldiers captured by the Ukrainian army.

Nothing has changed.

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