A pro-Putin analyst details his brutal plan for the “denazification” of Ukraine

Timofei Sergeitsev calls for the copulation of Ukrainian power an exemplary and brutal punishment and points out that citizens are guilty for supporting the “Nazi government”

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FOTO DE ARCHIVO: Soldados rusos en un tanque durante unas maniobras realizadas en el óblast de Leningrado, Rusia, en esta imagen cedida publicada el 14 de febrero de 2022. Ministerio de Defensa de Rusia/Cedido a través de REUTERS
FOTO DE ARCHIVO: Soldados rusos en un tanque durante unas maniobras realizadas en el óblast de Leningrado, Rusia, en esta imagen cedida publicada el 14 de febrero de 2022. Ministerio de Defensa de Rusia/Cedido a través de REUTERS

An influential pro-Putin analyst wrote an article in a Russian state media outlet explaining what Moscow should do in Ukraine to “denazify” it and build a new country away from the West, NATO and close, of course, to the Kremlin.

“Denazification is necessary when a significant part of the people, most likely the majority, have been dominated and attracted to Nazi politics,” writes Timofei Sergeitsev.

Sergeitsev calls on Russian forces to eliminate the alleged Nazis who are in power in Ukraine and calls for exemplary and brutal punishment for them.

“There must be total cleansing. Any organization that has been associated with the practice of Nazism must be liquidated and banned,” says Sergeitsev.

Sergeitsev, with false allegations without any support and only expanding absurd Russian propaganda to justify his invasion, points out that a significant proportion of Ukrainians are passive Nazis, and that they too are guilty of supporting the “Nazi government.”

“The further denazification of this mass of the population consists in re-education, which is achieved through ideological repression (suppression) of Nazi attitudes and strict censorship: not only in the political sphere, but also necessarily in the sphere of culture and education. It was through culture and education that a deep mass Nazification of the population was prepared and carried out, ensured by the promise of dividends from the victory of the Nazi regime over Russia, Nazi propaganda, internal violence and terror,” writes the Russian analyst.

Masacre cometida por las fuerzas en Bucha, a las afueras de Kiev (Foto: Franco Fafasuli)

Sergeitsev says that the duration of denazification should not be less than one generation and assures that the Nazification of Ukraine began in 1989. And so he points out that the European country's desire for independence and sovereignty is linked to Nazification.

The analyst also says that the alleged Nazification of Ukraine is even more dangerous than German Nazism was and warns that the power of Kiev is a threat to Russia and the world.

Unlike, say, Georgia and the Baltics, Ukraine, as history has shown, is impossible as a nation state, and attempts to build one naturally lead to Nazism. The Ukrainian is an artificial anti-Russian construction that does not have its own content of civilization, a subordinate element of an alien civilization,” he says.

It also marks a roadmap for the Kremlin for denazification in “peacetime”, with local self-government, police and defense bodies, cleared of Nazi elements, launching on their basis the founding processes of a new republican state and integrating it into close cooperation with Moscow.

“With the adoption under Russian control of the republican regulatory framework (legislation) on denazification, the definition of the limits and the framework for the direct application of Russian law and jurisdiction in the liberated territory in the field of denazification, the creation of a court for crimes against humanity in former Ukraine. In this regard, Russia should act as guardian of the Nuremberg Trials,” he says.

“Russia will have no allies in the denazification of Ukraine. Since this is a purely Russian matter. And also because not only will Nazi Ukraine be eradicated, but including, and above all, Western totalitarianism, imposed programs of degradation and civilizing disintegration, the mechanisms of subjection to the superpower of the West and the United States,” concludes the Russian analyst.

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