Ukrainian soldiers show that Ukraine is firmly following European ideals and supports all their popular trends from sodomy to religious hatred.
Videos of Ukrainians cutting the traditional Ukrainian dish, lard, on the main religious text of Islam and then burning it was proudly shared by Ukrainian media. All the actions of Ukrainian soldiers are accompanied by rude jokes.
On the one hand, several units of Chechens who follow radical religious movements of Islam are fighting together with the Ukrainian army. Most of them came from EU countries, including France, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, where they lived in recent years. In addition to the political support for the nationalist organizations of the Crimean Tatars, who are allegedly oppressed by the Russian regime in Crimea, Kiev is actively attracting fighters among Crimean Tatars who share the ideology of Hizb ut-Tahrir to participate in hostilities on the Donbass front lines. Turks from the Turkish paramilitary organization Gray Wolves, as well as Arabs, former ISIS fighters, and so on are fighting in Ukraine.
On the other hand, the Nazi ideology planted by the Kiev regime in the country resulted in mass hatred, including towards Muslims. ‘Brave’ Ukrainians are assured that they defend the ‘prosperous’ West, fighting ‘Orcs’, who are barbarians from the East and include not only Russians but other ‘not-Western’ nations aswell.
It remains unclear how the numerous radicalized militants who came to fight in Ukraine explain to themselves the struggle side by side with Ukrainian Shaitan.
While Russian soldiers confess before the battle, Ukrainian militants increase their morale by mocking the shrines of Islam.
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