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Ukraine – beyond Nazi symbolism

The problem of Ukraine goes beyond leftover symbolism from WWII and extends to racist attitudes – and biological weapons development.

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Today, as he promised, Dom Lucre, the “Breaker of Narratives,” dropped his long thread concerning Nazi symbolism in Ukraine. And not symbolism only, but actual sympathies, and polices that recall those of Germany during World War II. Furthermore, this thread ties together the most dire accusations against the regime now in control in that region. They include certain allegations CNAV has covered before – including repurposed Soviet biological weapons development laboratories, under NATO and American direction.

Review: is Ukraine a Nazi regime?

Dom Lucre dropped previews of his thread on Sunday evening (March 12). He did have to delete one of them, after someone pointed out that the venue of an embedded video had a name different from the one he used. But the reaction to his previews brought out an element on Twitter that CNAV had never before seen.

A certain organization has formed, calling itself North Atlantic Fellas Organization, or NAFO. Why this organization chose a nickname for the English word fellow, they don’t explain. (Nor should anyone confuse them with the National Alliance of Forest Owners, or the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization.) They have an online merchandise store to support their operations. And they say they raise money for the “front-line defenders of Ukraine.” Most of all, they produce propaganda against Russia and for the current NATO effort in Ukraine.

NAFO has appeared on Twitter, with a hashtag based on their initials. They deny any negative assertion about Ukraine, claiming all of it is Russian propaganda, and that “conspiracy theorists” promote it. But the problem with calling anything a “conspiracy theory” today is that those of us who recognize conspiracies, have lately found and shared proof. Here at CNAV we observe the Fleming Rule, which Ian Fleming articulated in his novel Goldfinger:

Once is happenstance, twice is coincidence, and the third time it’s enemy action.

With that in mind, we come to:


The thread

As usual with Dom Lucre, the anchor tweet has ironic text stating the opposite of what he seeks to show. Herewith the odd numbers, which is now our standard for thread repeating.

Reaction seems to be equal parts “You said it!” and “You’re lying!” One user, early on, suggested this:

That user might have been replying indirectly to this tweet:

As another user pointed out, charity begins at home:

This user pointed out the supreme irony:


Here’s another irony. Another account, trying to negate the thread, revealed that the Anti-defamation League has taken Ukraine’s side.

CNAV is not at all sure that revealing that association was wise from the pro-Ukraine point of view.

Another user spoke directly to the NAFO association:

Maybe one user spoke to the bio-weapons development allegation – with a curious bit of tu quoque:

Apparently he didn’t read the thread with very great care. Dom Lucre answered virtually every point he made.


But the NAFO contingent definitely came out in force. Retouched photos like this:

directly recall the NAFO mascot in their merchandise store, in a trick as transparent as glass.

Aparently Volodymyr Zelinsky wasn’t always ready to make war on ethnic Russians:

And last: of all the parody retouches anyone could furnish, to illustrate just what sort of deception certain people in authority have perpetrated on the American people, this stands out:


This thread clearly establishes many of the things CNAV has already covered – including about bio-weapons development laboratories, and Hunter Biden’s association with same. But it also reveals that Ukraine has a serious problem with racism and ideologies they borrowed from World War Two Germany.


Mr. Lucre said only one thing that gives us pause – that he cannot support Vladimir Putin. Is Putin a dictator? Some might call him that, because his government doesn’t seem to have the checks-and-balances system of the U.S. government. But no totalitarian urges his people to arm themselves – as individuals – to repel an invasion. As Putin did in 2015 – and took that same occasion to tell Americans not to give up their guns.

Of course, Russia has its share of modern dissidents, who can rely on American legacy media to air their causes. But most of their complaints echo those against President Trump. Furthermore, Putin has criticized American society for supporting “lifestyle choices” that can only lead to depopulation, if the wider population were to adopt them. Those policies have also made America weaker and far less able to project power abroad.

The opposition to this thread comes from a predictable quarter. NAFO, of course – one can find their hallmarks easily in some of the replies. But mainly it comes from those who do not want to see the rise of Civilizational States – self-sufficient entities that reject one-world government and one-size-fits-all ideas of government. Russia is the first of these. And American should become one.

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Terry A. Hurlbut has been a student of politics, philosophy, and science for more than 35 years. He is a graduate of Yale College and has served as a physician-level laboratory administrator in a 250-bed community hospital. He also is a serious student of the Bible, is conversant in its two primary original languages, and has followed the creation-science movement closely since 1993.

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