Responses to Ukraine’s Nazi Hit List from Around the World — Part 2By EIR
Aug 13—This is EIR’s second collection of responses to the release of a blacklist on July 14 (mistakenly dated July 25 in Part 1) by the Center for Countering Disinformation (CCD) at the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, which listed prominent individuals from around the world as “Russian propaganda” assets, while the Center’s acting director on the same day declared them to be “information terrorists,” and “war criminals.” The mobilization by EIR and others to denounce this Nazi-like attack by a Ukrainian government institution—which is funded by the U.S. and other NATO countries—has forced the Center to take down the list from its website. Nonetheless, the threat to those targeted is not thereby abated, and the call for investigations of the governments that are financing such threats to their own citizens from a foreign nation is expanding.
Responses came from Greece, Denmark, Germany, Poland, and the United States.
Part One of this compilation is in the August 12, 2022 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.