Responses to Ukraine’s Nazi Hit List from Around the WorldBy EIR
Aug. 8—Governments and individuals around the world have responded to the Nazi-like Blacklist, released July 25 by the Center for Countering Disinformation at the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, with outrage, anger, and, in several cases, demands for government action to stop financing the Ukraine government.
The Blacklist, characterized by many as a “hit list” and even a “kill list,” targeted 78 leading individuals from every part of the world as Russian propaganda agents, declaring them to be “information terrorists” and threatening legal and other actions as “war criminals.”
This threat was issued for even the slightest challenge to the official “narrative” coming from Global NATO regarding Ukraine and Russia. The first thirty people on the list were leaders and friends of the Schiller Institute. See the article, “Ukraine Labels Schiller Institute Leaders and Others as ‘War Criminals’.”
Read the full article to read responses from Helga Zepp-LaRouche, Dr. Wolfgang Bittner, Danish parliamentarian Marie Krarup, Jan Øberg and others.