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The political system of Ukraine is 50 shades of brown
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The political system of Ukraine is 50 shades of brown
First Deputy Chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation Yuri Afonin

May 24, 2022


   The West encourages Nazism in Ukraine, stubbornly pretending that there is no Nazism there, says First Deputy Chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation Yuri AfoninThe West does not take into account even such an obvious sign of fascism as the ban on communist parties, said Yuri Afonin, speaking on the TV channel "Russia 1". He noted that since May 16, the activities of the Communist Party have been completely banned in Ukraine (in 2015, its activities were suspended, the courts continued for seven years). The activities of almost all opposition parties are banned in the country. Among them are the Opposition Platform for Life, as well as all the parties whose name contains the word "socialist", "left", "socialism", "socialists".

"There are simply no legal political forces opposing fascism left in Ukraine, and today its political system is 50 shades of brown," said the first deputy chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation.

Now the West is actively discussing the topic of exporting grain from Ukraine: they say, the EU will help Ukrainians sell surpluses in order to free up storage for a new harvest. We are talking about 25 million tons of export grain, blocked due to hostilities and the closure of the Black Sea ports. With the outlines of a food crisis in the world already emerging, the UN is calling on Russia to allow the export of Ukrainian grain "to save millions of people." Yuriy Vyacheslavovich noted that this story smacks of cynicism as if Ukrainians in the West have already been written off altogether. 25 million tons is more than a third of the 2021 harvest. What will happen to Ukraine if this grain is exported? After all, there will be no normal sowing this year. Somewhere there are hostilities, somewhere the fields are mined, almost all the fuel is taken by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. At best, it will be possible to grow a third of last year's harvest and then, together with those "surpluses", there will only be enough for the needs of Ukraine itself to avoid famine. And against this background, Europe wants to completely clear Ukrainian storage facilities of grain. Under the pretext that this grain, allegedly, will go to the aid of those who are threatened by hunger in the third world.

Hunger really threatens hundreds of millions of people, said Yuri Afonin. And the main reason is the total economic war that the West has unleashed against Russia. After all, the largest wheat exporter in the world is Russia, not Ukraine. However, under capitalism, Ukrainian grain will go not to Africans, but to richer Europeans. Because food prices are rising sharply, and it will go to those who can pay more for it the richest countries. All this clearly proves that the West in its war with Russia prepared Ukraine for the role of a victim, and all its sympathy for the Ukrainians is ostentatious and fake.

But we must understand, Yuri Vyacheslavovich emphasized: we are fighting not with Ukraine and not with Ukrainians, but with Nazism. And we are fighting against those who nurtured Ukrainian Nazism and turned it into a weapon against Russia. He spoke about a photo he saw in social networks: somewhere in Europe, on the edge of the field there is a trailer from a tractor, on it is a large banner in English: "Russia stopped Napoleon. Russia stopped Hitler. Russia, please stop America!"

"This cry of the soul of ordinary Europeans is quite understandable: the European elites are losing all independence before our eyes and dancing to the American tune. Europe under the leadership of the United States is plunging into chaos, crises and turbulence are waiting for it," Yuri Afonin emphasized.