Volhynia. No statute of limitations | Remembering murder of Poles by Ukrainian fascists in WWII

On ‘Volhynian Bloody Sunday’, Ukrainian nationalists burned 99 Polish villages in Western Ukraine. It was the peak of the Volhynia Massacres, the mass murder of Poles by Ukrainian nationalists in 1943. In 2013, the Polish parliament adopted a resolution naming the Volhynia Massacre an ‘ethnic cleansing with signs of genocide’. It held the Organisation of Ukrainian Nationalists and the Ukrainian Insurgent Army responsible for the mass murder of over 100,000 Poles. In the meantime, the Ukrainian authorities erected statues of Stepan Bandera, leader of OUN (Organisation of Ukrainian Nationalists) and named him a national hero.

Battle for Freedom: On the frontline | Chechen divisions fight neo-Nazis during special op in Ukraine

‘You are all here because you know very well that fascism, Nazi ideology, all kinds of Azov fighters and other scumbags should not exist on the face of this earth. I have seen with my own eyes what those thugs do to civilians,’ said Daniil Martynov, the Deputy Head of the National Guard of Russia in the Chechen Republic. He addressed these words to the volunteers who arrived at the frontlines of the special operation in Ukraine.

These soldiers have strong motivation and years of military service experience. They came to end an 8-year long conflict in Donbass, protect its people from the Ukrainian nationalists and secure Russian borders.

The filming crew followed Chechen units of the Russian army on the frontline: how they fight, where they sleep and what challenges they face. The film has a reality effect: viewers have to escape shelling, inspect fortified positions and share simple meals.

The Russian soldiers not only fight with Ukrainian neo-Nazis but also help civilians who are stuck in the combat zone. Chechen soldiers share medication, food, water and other supplies. ‘I want to help, so they can return to normal life as soon as possible,’ says codename ‘Shmel’, a soldier of the National Guard of Russia in the Chechen Republic.

Sudden Adult Death Syndrome is the new name for vaccine deaths in the medical establishment’s play-pretend reality

In an attempt to explain away the rash of deaths occurring in otherwise healthy-seeming adults who got “vaccinated” for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), the medical establishment has coined a new term called “Sudden Adult Death Syndrome,” or SADS, that it is pretending appeared out of nowhere with no explanation.

Much like Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), which was also made up out of thin air to explain away infant deaths caused by vaccines, SADS is being called a “mystery” condition that could strike anyone at any time for no apparent reason.

People under the age of 40 are now being told to go to their doctors immediately to have their hearts checked, as they might have a hidden case of SADS. The condition could be fatal, we are told, and is an “umbrella term to describe unexpected deaths in young people,” according to The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Anyone of any age, even if they seem healthy, could be at risk, we are told. But no differentiation is being made between people who took the jabs and people who left their natural immune systems alone, which is the real kicker in all this.

Australia opens country’s first SADS registry to track wave of cases

They will never admit to it, but the sudden rise in SADS directly coincides with the unleashing of Operation Warp Speed, which has turned hundreds of millions of Americans into deadly spike protein factories. These spike proteins are ripping apart their cardiovascular systems and leaving them prone to early death.


If a person knows others within his own family who have died unexpectedly, or who himself suffers fainting or seizure during exercise, this could be a sign of SADS, Australian media outlets are claiming.

One individual, 31-year-old Catherine Keane of Dublin, died in her sleep recently while living with two friends. Her mother Margherita told the Irish Mirror that Catherine just never showed up for a meal one day before being found lifeless in her bed.

“They were all working from home so no one really paid attention when Catherine didn’t come down for breakfast,” Margherita says. “They sent her a text at 11:20 a.m. and when she didn’t reply, they checked her room and found she had passed.”

“Her friend heard a noise in her room at 3:56 a.m. and believes now that is when she died.”

Before her untimely death, Catherine supposedly went to the gym regularly and “walked 10,000 steps every day,” according to her mother.

“I take some comfort in that she went in her sleep and knew no pain and I’m grateful for that. I always worried about the kids driving in the car, but never saw this coming. I never thought I’d ever lost a child in my life,” Margherita added.

There are now so many cases of SAD popping up that Melbourne’s Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute is reportedly opening up Australia’s first SADS registry to track them all.

“There are approximately 750 cases per year of people aged under 50 in Victoria suddenly having their heart stop (cardiac arrest),” a spokesperson from the group is quoted as saying.

“Of these, approximately 100 young people per year will have no cause found even after extensive investigations such as a full autopsy (SADS phenomenon).”

Cardiologist and researcher Dr. Elizabeth Paratz added that not only is the new SADS registry at the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute the first in Australia, but it is also one of only a few in the world that has combined ambulance, hospital, and forensics information all in one place.

The latest news about injuries and deaths caused by Fauci Flu shots can be found at ChemicalViolence.com.

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Pro-Palestinian files: Anti-Jewish group posts map of Massachusetts naming local ‘Zionist leaders’

JTA — A Jewish arts group. A Jewish high school. A Jewish newspaper. A synagogue network. A major Jewish philanthropy that directs funds to mental health, homelessness prevention and refugee resettlement initiatives.

These are a few of the locations on a dense interactive map of “Zionist leaders and powerhouse NGOs” in Massachusetts created by an activist group that says it aims to expose “local institutional support for the colonization of Palestine” and reveal how support for Zionist causes is a nexus point for various “other harms” in society, ranging from gentrification to the prison-industrial complex to ableism.

The Mapping Project, a Boston-area pro-Palestinian activist collective aligned with the local Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement targeting Israel, is using its map (which includes addresses of the organizations and names of their staffers) to draw literal links between dozens of area Jewish groups, universities, foundations, police departments and other organizations.

The group says its goal is to demonstrate that “institutional support for the colonization of Palestine is structurally tied to policing and systemic white supremacy here where we live, and to US imperialist projects in other countries.”

Jewish groups in the state say The Mapping Project’s efforts amount to little more than an attempt to catalog and intimidate area Jews.

“They are choosing, in their desire to be intersectional, to essentially point the finger at the Jewish communal infrastructure of Greater Boston as responsible for every evil under the sun that they can think of,” Jeremy Burton, executive director of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston, told JTA. “They make no bones about it.”

Burton said he was especially concerned that the map was amplified and praised on Twitter by the nonprofit activist group Massachusetts Peace Action, which he said has a lot of sway in progressive circles and often sits down with local politicians.

The project’s map includes the addresses of most of the major Jewish-affiliated organizations and donor funds in the state: political groups spanning the aisle, from the American Israel Public Affairs Committee and the Zionist Organization of America to J Street, along with the nonpartisan Anti-Defamation League; charities like the Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston (CJP) and the Jewish Teen Foundation of Greater Boston; private foundations headed up by Jews; religious organizations including the Synagogue Council of Massachusetts; and academic research centers like the Harvard Center for Jewish Studies.

Sometimes its links are accompanied by dollar amounts of financial support drawn from tax forms. Sometimes they’re simply demonstrating agency partnerships, or what the group says is behavior “normalizing” Israel. (The Jewish Journal, a Jewish Telegraphic Agency syndication partner based in Salem, is one of the links.)

“Our goal in pursuing this collective mapping was to reveal the local entities and networks that enact devastation, so we can dismantle them,” the group, which does not list its members, said in a statement on its website. “Every entity has an address, every network can be disrupted.”

The map was posted shortly before Shabbat on June 3, and became a topic of concern among Jewish groups coming back online Monday night after the Shavuot holiday.

In a joint statement, Boston’s communal Jewish organizations say that the map and its creators’ stated goal amount to little more than an effort to “dismantle” the city’s organized Jewish community writ large.

“As a Jewish community, and one that has made allyship and outreach the cornerstones of our work, we condemn this demonization of the Boston Jewish community and attack on its relationship with others,” CJP, the New England ADL and the Boston JCRC said Wednesday. “This is no thinly veiled attempt to target the Jewish community — it is an explicit one that is keeping lists and naming names.”

The map was also condemned by Lior Haiat, spokesperson for Israel’s Foreign Ministry, who tweeted that it “is reminiscent of a dangerous antisemitic pattern of activity known from antiquity through the horrors of the 20th century: a pattern which has led to violence against Jews and their institutions.”

The Mapping Project did not return multiple requests from JTA for comment.

In an interview with the pro-Palestinian website Mondoweiss, the group identified certain Jewish organizations like the ADL and CJP as “super-oppressors,” saying they “have tremendous influence” by linking the foundational and nonprofit world with “overtly repressive forces” like police and weapons developers.

The joint statement from the CJP, ADL and JCRC said the map “draws on age-old antisemitic tropes that are all too clear to our community: Jewish wealth, control and conspiracies.”

Much of the Mapping Project’s focus is in line with broader trends in anti-Zionist discussions. The focus on police departments follows a recent claim by some progressives that US police have picked up abusive tactics during fact-finding trips to Israel sponsored by Jewish groups — an allegation denied by the groups that run the trips and many of the officials who took part.

The project classifies J Street, a liberal political advocacy group that calls for a two-state solution, as one that “stops short of challenging the fundamentally ethnocratic and settler colonial foundations of the Zionist state.” That follows a recent trend of pro-Palestinian groups shunning J Street, which has in the past comfortably occupied a space among Jewish progressives. Earlier this year in the Boston area, a student-led pro-Palestinian campaign at Tufts University also urged students not to join the campus J Street chapter, citing similar objections. (The BDS movement has also made inroads at another prominent Boston-area university, as Harvard’s student paper recently endorsed the cause.)

Similarly, the group’s focus on the ADL as an organization that causes “harm” is in line with a recent trend of progressive groups shunning the civil rights group that tends to lean liberal on domestic affairs. The ADL has responded in kind, most recently with CEO Jonathan Greenblatt equating left-wing anti-Zionism to right-wing antisemitism.

Greenblatt’s comments were criticized by many Jewish liberals and progressives at the time, but his own fierce denunciation of the Mapping Project put him on the same side as progressive Jewish leaders including T’ruah founder Rabbi Jill Jacobs, who also condemned the map.

“You can protest Jewish organizational policies/positions have [sic] vis-a-vis Israel all you want (or even boycott Israel), but once you call for dismantling the basic Jewish communal infrastructure, you’ve crossed the line to antisemitism,” Jacobs tweeted.

“We won’t be intimidated by @BDSBoston’s dangerous call for action against Boston’s Jewish community or their attempt to target Jewish schools, institutions, and organizations, including @ADL,” Greenblatt tweeted in response to the map of Jewish organizations, amplifying a statement from the ADL’s New England branch.

Greenblatt added, “This project plays directly into #antisemitic myths of Jewish power and control.”

Burton says The Mapping Project, which published the names of even junior staffers at organizations like the JCRC, is inviting violence and physical intimidation against Jews.

“I have no question that, in this particular case, these radical anti-Zionist activists are deliberately choosing to put a target on the bodies of the Jewish community in Boston,” he said.

Pro-Palestinian group posts map of Massachusetts naming local ‘Zionist leaders’ | The Times of Israel

Pro-Palestinian Files: It’s Time to Call Anti-Zionism What It Is: Antisemitic Extremism

Antisemitic incidents in 2021 were higher than any year since the Anti-Defamation League began tracking these trends four decades ago. This is due to numerous factors, but clearly in part to an unprecedented surge in antisemitic violence that exploded across America during the conflict between Israel and Hamas one year ago. In May 2021, ADL logged an increase of almost 150 percent over the same period in 2020.

Some might dismiss these incidents, saying they were just political. But these incidents, including 15 brazen assaults, featured a veritable greatest hits of antisemitic rhetoric—everything from claiming Jews are responsible for killing Jesus to hideous Holocaust analogies.

While there are some who want to make the academic argument that one can be anti-Zionist and not antisemitic, that is a distinction that has no difference to the antisemites. Simply, anti-Zionism is antisemitism.

Anti-Zionism is an ideology rooted in rage, based on the belief that the Jewish people should not be able to have a nation state. It’s a belief predicated on the negation of another people, and demonstrates a willful denial of even a superficial understanding of history.

Make no mistake: those who rail against “Zionists” do not mean Christian evangelicals who support the modern state of Israel. They mean “Jews.”

This is not a new phenomenon. Replacing the word “Jews” with “Zionists” to claim some perceived moral high ground was a rhetorical technique pioneered by Soviet disinformation specialists who wanted to claim that their Communism inoculated them from antisemitism, that the systemic antisemitism rampant in the Soviet Union was about opposition to imagined Western Imperialism, and that it was rooted in politics, not prejudice.

It wasn’t: It was propaganda and prejudice then, and it is propaganda and prejudice now. And these words matter precisely because they have real-world effects.

If you demonize another group enough, there are more than a few people out there who will act—who will think it’s OK to slur a classmate during a pick-up basketball game, or spray paint a synagogue, or jump the Haredi man walking down the street in Brooklyn, or—God forbid—do even worse.

That is why we are seeing this jump in antisemitic incidents, because groups from all sides of the ideological spectrum are using their words to make it OK to hate Jews.

Consider the words of the head of the San Francisco branch of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), Zahra Billoo, in a speech earlier this year, when she astonishingly claimed that ADL, Jewish Federations, and Hillel chapters are the “enemies” of her community. Billoo concocted a wild conspiracy of interconnected Jewish organizations that supposedly are planning and plotting to harm Muslims, including the groundless accusation that the Israeli military secretly trains U.S. police to harm people of color.

That in and of itself is antisemitic extremism. And when CAIR, a major organization that is welcomed into coalitions by a range of mainstream non-profits, stayed silent and took no action itself to correct the conspiracism, to acknowledge the hurt of such slander, and instead opted to blame the victim and defend the bigot, that just added fuel to the fire.

Anti-Zionist groups like Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) and CAIR may not have taken to arms like right-wing extremists. But they are still spouting combustible extremist rhetoric that threatens the peace and wellbeing of the Jewish community—and society at large.

Over the past month, another wave of terror attacks roiled Israel. Terrorists with handguns and knives targeted and killed anyone within arm’s reach, killing Jewish and Arab citizens of Israel. In response to this violence, organizations like SJP and JVP rallied in midtown Manhattan. They didn’t call to “give peace a chance” or “stop the violence.” Instead, they called to “globalize the intifada.” Their response to a surge in homicidal violence against civilians was literally a call for more homicidal violence against civilians.

That is extremism.

To combat this extremism, we must be prepared to act. For ADL, it means that we will use our analytic capabilities to expose their ideas and ideology, use our litigation skills to hold them accountable for their harm, push policymakers to take action, and do our utmost to expose these extremists to the world.

To be sure, some will claim that putting these groups in the same category as right-wing extremists somehow makes one anti-Muslim or anti-Palestinian. This is also a lie, one as toxic and false as the claim proffered by alt-right bigots that calling out their extremism makes one anti-Christian or anti-white. Indeed, we believe that a two-state solution ultimately is the only outcome that can provide dignity and security to both sides.

Shining a spotlight on anti-Zionist extremism may fray old friendships. Some may be reluctant to take a stand against groups with whom they agree on other issues. Some may try to hide behind their own faith, as if that somehow relieves them of responsibility for their words. It does not.

But too many just do not realize that these groups are spewing extremism, the kind of dangerous hatred that sparks violence. And so, we will work relentlessly to push back on such prejudice. It is essential if we hope to end the oldest hatred once and for all.

Jonathan A. Greenblatt is CEO and National Director of the Anti-Defamation League and the author of “It Could Happen Here.”

It’s Time to Call Anti-Zionism What It Is: Antisemitic Extremism | Opinion (newsweek.com)

The Two Witnesses

So who are these two witnesses? They will be warning the world for three and a half years. If the cabal wants total control by 2025, or 2030 as the end date of the Great Reset, as they have written, then that seems to be a reasonable time to fit with this.

These are the two olive trees, and the two candlesticks standing before the God of the earth.

Revelation 11:4

These two witnesses represent all of the Gentile (non-Jewish) believers and the Jewish (Messianic) believers in the Lord Jesus Christ, the Living God. Check out Zechariah 4: 2-14; Jeremiah 11:16; Romans 11:24; Revelation 1:20.

They are not two individuals but all the truly saved born again believers on Earth who are persecuted by the cabal/beast rulers of the planet. They are also the ones the Lord will empower to witness to the lost at this time.

Summary: The Two Witnesses are the Word of God and the Church of Christ, which testified during the 1,260 year reign of the Roman Catholic Church, about the pure Gospel of salvation through Jesus’ atoning blood, not by works through the Catholic Church; and they testified that the Popes of Rome were the antichrist of Revelation.

Messiah told us that the Scriptures testify. The Greek word for testify is martureo, which means to be a witness, to give evidence, to bear record, to give testimony.

You search the Scriptures, for in them you think you have eternal life; and these are they which testify of Me.” John 5:39

Messiah told us that His Church would be His witnesses. The Greek word for witnesses is martus, which can mean a martyr, a record, a witness.  This is the same word that is used in Revelation 11:3 about the Two Witnesses, the saints, who were indeed martyred.

But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.” Acts 1:8

Revelation 11:4 says “These are the two olive trees and the two lampstands standing before the God of the earth.”

Revelation 1:20 tells us “the seven candlesticks (Greek word luchnia = lampstands) which thou sawest are the seven churches.”  Using Messiah’s definition we know that two candlesticks are the two church eras of Thyatira and Sardis, which existed during the reign of the Roman Catholic Church from 538-1798 A.D.

The oil of the Old and New Testaments (the two olive trees) feed the Church of Christ (the two lampstands).

From 538-1514 A.D, the Thyratira Church era had people groups (the Waldenses, Albigenses, Bohemian Brethren, Vaudois and Wycliffites) who witnessed about the pure gospel of Christ, and testified against the Catholic Church.

During this time period called the Dark Ages, the Catholic Church systematically destroyed most copies of God’s Word, and killed millions of saints who possessed them.

The Papal Church was so effective is eliminating the witnesses against them, that in 1514 A.D they proclaimed that all of Christendom was under their power, and that there were no witnesses against them.  They celebrated with great feasts.

And for 3 1/2 years the Church of Christ was silent, as they did not have the Word of God and they had become spiritually dead.

Messiah’s letter to the Sardis Church in Revelation 3 proclaimed that they were dead.  “you have a name that you are alive, but you are dead.”  Obviously they weren’t really dead, as Messiah commanded them to take action.

During this 3 1/2 year period God was having Martin Luther read the Scriptures, to learn that the Papal Church was an apostate Church, and that the Pope was the antichrist beast of Revelation.

Then exactly 3 1/2 years after the Papal Church had proclaimed the witnesses against them were dead, Luther posted his 95 Thesis on the door of the Church of Wittenberg, which sparked the Protestant Reformation, which brought the Church back to life.

Thanks to Messiah having the Bible translated into English, German and other languages, and the advent of the printing press, the saints had the Bible, the rod of iron, in their hands, and they took back control of the European nations.

From 1514-1798 A.D, the Sardis Church era was the time that the Protestant Reformation caused millions of people to be saved by faith, to come out of the Catholic Church and form the Protestant Churches. It led to the Great Awakening where worldwide missions led to millions of people being saved.

COVID-19 Vaccination-Induced Cardiomyopathy Requiring Permanent Left Ventricular Assist Device


Myocarditis was identified as a rare but serious adverse event that can occur after mRNA-based coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccination, particularly in young males. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we report a case of a young obese male without multiple comorbidities who presented with abdominal pain and was found to have severe myocarditis/cardiomyopathy, which was likely due to mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccination. The patient had left ventricular assist device (LVAD) implantation during hospitalization. Myocarditis/cardiomyopathy may be a rare complication of the mRNA-based COVID vaccine; however, one should maintain a high index of suspicion that these vaccines may cause irreversible cardiomyopathy if the patient had prior COVID-19 infection.

Keywords: covid-19; covid-19 and cardiomyopathy; covid-19 vaccination; lvad; myocarditis.


Ramsay Hunt syndrome following COVID-19 vaccination

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused profound social and economic upheaval. COVID-19 vaccines promise to prevent infection of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. However, due to their expedited approval, these vaccines need to be vigilantly monitored for their safety. Cases of Bell’s palsy have also been reported after COVID-19 vaccine injection. In two phase III trials of COVID-19 vaccines involving around 38 000 patients, there were seven cases of Bell’s palsy after vaccine compared with one case after receiving placebo.1 2 As the p value was 0.07 and this was a post hoc analysis, no definite association could be inferred.

We recently diagnosed Ramsay Hunt syndrome (RHS) in a 37-year-old previously healthy man. Two days after his first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech (BNT162b2) vaccine, he noticed fever and a pain in the right ear. Vesicles were then developed in his right ear and canal, together with vertigo, tinnitus and loss of hearing. He complained of facial palsy, tongue numbness and dysgeusia. On examination, he had grade 4 right facial nerve palsy of the lower motor neuron type with right sensorineural hearing loss (figure 1A). There were no other neurological deficits. Vesicles with serous discharge were found over the right concha and external auditory canal (figure 1B). A swab of the exudate was positive for varicella-zoster DNA on PCR, while throat saliva was negative for SARS-COV-2. A CT scan of the brain was normal. The diagnosis was RHS leading to peripheral facial nerve palsy, vestibulocochlear neuropathy and glossopharyngeal somatic sensory neuropathy. As his symptoms developed 2 days after vaccination, we suspected the vaccination triggered RHS. This would be the first reported case of RHS after COVID-19 vaccination.

Bell’s palsy is the most common cause of an acute onset peripheral facial palsy. Some cases were attributed to the reactivation of herpes-simplex virus (HSV) and varicella-zoster virus (VZV). The former is always underdiagnosed. However, the blisters of herpes zoster (HZ) allow a diagnosis to be made clinically. Reactivation of the VZV at the facial nerve leads to RHS type 2 (herpes-zoster oticus). However, there are also cases where RHS may manifest without the skin lesions such that it cannot be differentiated from Bell’s palsy without PCR or antibody titre testing.3

HZ is associated with COVID-19 vaccination. The US Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) reported 232 HZ-related adverse events among COVID-19 vaccines among 1653 reports of vaccine-related complications since July 1990. All reported cases so far affected other dermatomes.4 VZV-specific CD8 cells may be temporarily incapable of controlling the VZV after the massive shift of naive CD8+ cells to produce vaccine-targeting CD8+ cells.4 The vaccine may also dampen the innate immunity responsible for controlling VZV.5 Therefore, vaccine-related immunomodulation may be responsible for the RHS after vaccination.

RHS is rare for patients under 60 years old with no previous history of HZ. Therefore, COVID-19 vaccination was likely to be the stress causing reactivation of VZV. What we have described is rare, and may be the missing link between COVID-19 vaccination and Bell’s palsy, providing a plausible explanation for the facial palsy.