The Biden-teleprompter controllers have committed at least $55 BILLION to Ukraine's proxy war, to ensure Ukraine wins.
This money should be spent in the US to finance its many needs, such as closing the wide-open, just-walk-in- from-anywhere, southern border.
The Azov military forces are the backbone of the Ukraine Army.
After the surrender at Mariupol, Kiev has decided to clean up their awful public image by changing the shoulder patches on their uniforms.
Mainstream Media Praises Ukraine's Azov Battalion For Dropping Nazi Patches From Uniform
By Tyler Durden
Amid their looming defeat in the Donbas, which even The New York Times and Washington Post have belatedly and reluctantly begun to acknowledge of late, the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion is still struggling to remake its image, given the Western mainstream Media had long ago admitted them as a significant "neo-Nazi threat" - as one BBC documentary bluntly described years ago.
But since the Russian invasion of Ukraine began, the US and EU public have been steadily told that Azov is merely "far right", or simply "nationalist" in their ideology.
Or even better, the group just has far-right "roots" with images often "misunderstood" and shared "out of context"...
"Many soldiers who surrendered at a steel complex in Mariupol belong to the Azov battalion, a group with far-right roots," The New York Times , wrote two weeks ago, following the large-scale Ukrainian surrender at Azovstal steelworks plant in Mariupol.
In the same article, we are told this is merely a false "portrayal" the Kremlin propagandists have presented.
And now, in new reporting on Monday, the UK Times assures its readers that "Azov Battalion drops neo-Nazi symbol exploited by Russian propagandists" in its headline.
Below is the Times working overtime trying to run damage control...
From the opening lines we are informed it's really all just "Russian propaganda" and exploitation
"The Azov Battalion has removed a neo-Nazi symbol from its insignia that has helped perpetuate Russian propaganda about Ukraine being in the grip of far-right nationalism."
Ah yes... when these fighters proudly display Nazi symbols, the real problem is Russian officials and media pointing it out: avery inconvenient truth!
But Azov upporters can now Rejoice...as the group is busy fixing the issue of all its pesky pro-Hitler, emblems and symbolisms, which have made their enlightened Liberal Western backers squirm just a bit:
"At the unveiling of a new special forces unit in Kharkiv, patches handed to soldiers did not feature the Nazi wolfsangel, a medieval German symbol that was adopted by the Nazis, and which has been used by the Azov battalion since 2014," the Times writes further.
"Instead, the new patches feature a golden trident,", which the same symbol used by the Ukrainian armed forces”
But the question has to be asked: “What the myriad of symbols that can't be so easily whitewashed?
What about all those tattoos?
OPEN THE URL TO SEE ALL THE WEIRDO TATOOs