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Jewish Banderites – something you don’t see every day – Part III

Dear Readers: Continuing with this piece in PolitNavigator, by reporter Dmitry Skvortsov. Where we left off in our story, we learned that a young lady named Diana Kolomoitseva, from the Jewish Lubavitch organization in Austria, was handing our prizes at … Continue reading

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Mazepa’s Story: Are Ukrainians “Genetic Traitors”? – Part II

Dear Readers: This is the continuation (and conclusion) of my work-through of the essay by Vasily Stoyakin, addressing the stereotype of the “treacherous Khokhol”, or Ukrainian. Now, some stereotypes may contain a grain of truth; but Stoyakin disputes that this … Continue reading

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