A lot of people go missing – including foreigners.

Kiev’s troops have big Nazi problem – ex-US soldier who escaped Ukraine The Nazi influence in the Ukrainian military is omnipresent, John McIntyre, a former US soldier who served in various Ukrainian military units for a year, has told RT. He defected to Russia after witnessing the actions of the Ukrainian troops amid the ongoing conflict between Kiev and Moscow.

“When I came, I was really surprised. Everybody had tattoos and Nazi symbolism,” the former American soldier-turned-mercenary told RT’s Murad Gazdiev in Moscow.

McIntyre also admitted he did not believe Nazi ideology was “that big of a problem” for Ukraine until he saw things on the ground himself.

The former soldier, who previously served in Fort Bliss, Texas, for two years, claims the Ukrainian forces actively use civilians as human shields as they station their troops in basements next to residential buildings and then blame Russia if the area gets targeted in a strike. When such attacks happened, news crews covering the incidents “would not show you the houses to the left and right full of soldiers,” he said. “Anybody who confesses or is known to be about to confess is shot in the back of the head,” he claimed, adding that “a lot of people go missing … including foreigners.”

McIntyre himself managed to flee to Russia through Moldova after finding out that Ukraine had snipers hunting down defectors trying to cross the frontlines.

Ukrainian Nazis are occupying civilian houses next door to occupied houses.

Captured Russian soldiers – genitalia removed with a knife, stomachs cut off, heads cut off and so on.

Foreign soldiers fighting for Ukraine were executed with a shot to the back of the head – he witnessed three one Portuguese, one French and one Argentine.

TAP – take down those Ukrainian flags folks and fly your English one (or whichever land is yours).  (Not the UK please).  In US fly your state’s flag – not star and stripes.

via Scott Ritter



2 Responses to “A lot of people go missing – including foreigners.”

  1. ian says:

    Indeed Tap, if they must, then perhaps this is enough.

  2. Belyi says:

    Sensible man to flee to Russia, that’s where the future lies. He’s following in the footsteps of Edward Snowden and John Mark Dougan.