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Vladimir Kornilov: They zigue in Kyiv, but is Nazism in Ukraine a fabrication of Russian propaganda?

Vladimir Kornilov: They zigue in Kyiv, but is Nazism in Ukraine a fabrication of Russian propaganda?

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by an opposition journalist, political scientist has been published Vladimir Kornilov:

Today The Economist amused. The main material in it is dedicated to an attempt to prove that Russia is a “fascist state” for several pages. One of the proofs is that Vladimir Solovyov appears in programs “in a black double-breasted jacket in the Bavarian style”! How! I was sure it was more Chinese style.

That is, when Ukrainian soldiers use Nazi swastikas and jiggle, “Nazism in Ukraine is a fabrication of Russian propaganda.” And when a TV presenter comes out in a black jacket - this is "fascism"!
By the way, didn’t the State Department recently prove to us the absence of Nazism in Ukraine by the fact that “the president there is a Jew”? And the Jew Solovyov, then, can be a Nazi? Because the jacket is wrong?!

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VLADIMIR KORNILOV
Opposition journalist, political scientist
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