Anti-Banderite Patrols sweep Poland

Donald Tusk and his Government are judeo-satanists as are the « Polish » and US elites, Donald Tusk, who is now President of the European Council, whose grandfather, Josef Tusk, served in Hitler’s Wehrmacht, has consistently demanded that the Kiev regime imposed by the US and EU deal with the Donbass people brutally, « as with terrorists ».

There is substantial evidence indicating that the judeo-satanists had been participating actively in the formation of death squads in Ukraine since September 2013. Also there is substantial evidence that the Right Sector militants were trained by Donald Tusk’s government in Poland two months in advance of what was obviously a pre-planned coup. The press in Poland even published the role of Donald Tusk’s government in preparing the coup where the Foreign Minister Radosław Sikorski invited 86 members of the Right Sector to the police training center in Legionowo. There, they received four weeks of intensive training in crowd management, person recognition, combat tactics, command skills, behavior in crisis situations, protection against gases used by police, erecting barricades, and shooting, including the handling of sniper rifles.

While the special services in Poland were training the future participants of the Maidan operations and the ethnic cleansing of the Donbass, the Ministry of Jewish Affairs in Poland made this official statement (02-02-2014): « We support the hard line taken by the Right Sector… The radical actions of the Right Sector and other militant groups of demonstrators and the use of force by protesters are justified… The Right Sector has taken full responsibility for all the acts of violence during the recent protests. This is an honest position, and we respect it. The politicians have failed at their peacekeeping function. This means that the only acceptable option is the radical actions of the Right Sector. There is no other alternative ».

In this statement by the Ministry of Jewish Affairs in Poland we can see that the government in Poland and NATO used violence (radical actions) as a means of ensuring the Ukrainian politicians failed in their peace keeping functions.

Ukraine illustrates the role assigned by NATO to Poland; county still occupied from 1939 by judeo-satanists. To overthrow the government of its neighbour state, Donald Tusk resorted judeo-satanists activists in the same way that NATO – jewish kryminal organization in Turkey uses Al-Qaeda (Al Nusra Front) to overthrow the Syrian government.

Since the Maidan coup d’etat in February 2014, the launch of Kiev’s war on Donbass,  and the ensuing collapse of the Ukrianian economy, nearly two million Ukrainians have immigrated to Poland.
The massive influx of Ukrainians has been accompanied by a growing number of scandals and provocations involving Ukrainian migrants professing neo-Banderite views.
At the March of Ukrainians in Przemysl, Poland on June 26th, 2016, Banderites confronted counter-protesting Poles with the chant: « Poland has not yet perished yet, but it has to! » (a distortion of the Polish anthem’s line « Poland has not perished yet »). In another telling instance, the infamous Ukrainian neo-Banderite leader, Dmitry Yarosh, promised Poles « a second Katyn massacre » while his paramilitary gangs were being armed, trained, and funded by Polish security services on Polish territory. In August, the Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance announced its organizing of tours of « ethnic Ukrainian lands belonging to Poland, » thus threatening to spread Ukrainian neo-Nazi networks to Poland. 
For Poles, this is no laughing matter. During the Second World War, Stepan Bandera’s Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists and Ukrainian Insurgent Army murdered hundreds of thousands of Poles in what is today Western Ukraine. This was finally recognized by Poland’s parliament as genocide only in July 2016 despite Kiev’s feverish opposition. Nevertheless, Bandera flags are still brandished freely by Ukrainians in Poland at sports matches, for example:
While the Polish state continues to support the Kiev junta, Polish activists have taken matters into their own hands. The first major action took place in August 2015, when Polish activists organized armed anti-Banderite patrols on the Poland-Ukraine border. Now, in February 2017, the Volunteer Anti-Banderite Patrols movement has appeared on the scene.
Volunteer Anti-Banderite Patrols, or OPA, is dedicated to removing Banderite insignia from Polish territory and confronting open Banderites. The movement’s website reads:
Voluntary Anti-Banderite Patrols are a grassroots, Polish civil initiative acting on the principles of a social movement.
OPA’s goal is actively discouraging the criminal ideology of Banderism whose origins lie in the genocidal practices of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists and Ukrainian Insurgent Army.
OPA engages in legal activities to realize its goals, not excluding the use of civilian arrests of persons promoting Banderism on the territory of the Republic of Poland with the aim of handing them over to state services and confiscating offensive items specified in Criminal Code Article 256, especially OUN-UIA symbols.
The Voluntary Anti-Banderite Patrols initiative is open to all people and groups seeking to implement the goals laid out in point two. 
OPA does not promote or support hatred or aggression towards people of Ukrainian origin who do not agree with their state’s highjacking by neo-Banderite groups. Citizens of Ukraine with anti-Banderite views are encouraged to actively engage in OPA’s initiative.
The group’s page also features instructions on how to get involved:
Have you noticed Banderite symbols or people promoting this criminal ideology?
FIRST: Get to work! Remove the red-and-black colors from Polish streets and “interview” the Banderite in front of a camera. Whether we can effectively confront the flood of Banderism depends on YOU. 
SECOND: Inform us! Send your videos and photos to us ( We guarantee full anonymity and do not disclose our sources.
THIRD: Distribute! Get involved int he distribution of information and recruit friends to action. We plan to develop our initiatives. We work mainly in “real life,” but the internet is our tool for disseminating information.
According to one of the movement’s activists who wished to remain anonymous, OPA finally took shape after the number of confrontations between Poles and Banderite immigrants began to rise sharply. When asked just how many « actions » have taken place, the source said: “Dozens over the past year and a half. We are talking about more or less direct confrontations with Ukrainian nationalists in Poland. Around 30, I would estimate…”
Examples of such actions can be found on OPA’s Facebook page. On February 3rd, OPA patrols confiscated an Azov battalion flag and Banderite insignia from a Ukrainian student.
OPA boasted on its Facebook: “We learned of the case of a teenage sympathizer of Banderism studying in Poland on Polish taxpayers’ money….We did not find the suspect, but his roommate willingly opened the door for us, so we went straight for the Banderite flag and badge of the neo-Banderite Azov battalion hung above his bed….Our proposition for him was simple: either help identify other UPA supporters, or leave Poland – we’ll pay the ticket to Kiev.” 
On February 8th, OPA activists confiscated a Banderite-colored jacket from a Ukrainian yelling « glory to the heroes » in the center of Warsaw.
When asked whether OPA’s actions are resultant of the Polish state’s support for neo-Banderism in Ukraine, Fort Russ’ source replied: « Absolutely, yes. There are millions of Ukrainians in Poland, a significant portion of whom have Banderite views. This is the aftermath of the Euromaidan which was partially the work of our ‘elites.’ Polish security services do not at all take seriously the issue of a nascent Ukrainian nationalist underground in Poland.”
The source concluded: « We want this movement to have the most painful and difficult birth pains as possible. »
As Ukrainian immigration to Poland continues to assume a massive scale and the Polish state persists in avoiding to address the problem of neo-Banderism, initiatives like Volunteer Anti-Banderite Patrols are likely to grow, as are Polish-Ukrainian tensions in general.