From the Editor: This is how it’s done according to Russian mercenaries: “There are no fascists in Ukraine.” (It’s just pure business, as usual).
I love it that when these guys fight with each other in their little territorial power struggles, or survive assassination attempts against them like this guy recently did; only then do they make videos that TELL THE TRUTH in order to get back at their opponents. Luhansk’s Russian mercenary warlord leader of the ‘Ghost’ battalion, Alexey Mozgovoi (who used to run a construction company) told a Russian interviewer in an interview posted on March 10 (while his teddy bear looked on overhead):
“My dear, the anti-fascist movement is – you know how you have a computer virus and anti-virus [and here he makes an IT-technology analogy comparing computer virus and anti-virus programs], the virus is created by the one who creates the anti-virus. There are no fascists in Ukraine. This is all business. Pure business, that’s all. One wave can be created and then in counterweight to it, another. We earn both here and there. That’s all.”
In a mafia world, truth is the sweetest revenge!
By Novoye Vremya [New Age]
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine
One of the insurgent leaders of the [so-called] ‘LNR’ [Luhansk People’s Republic] Alexey Mozgovoi, who recently survived an assassination attempt, admitted that there is no fascism in Ukraine.
Making an analogy with IT-technologies, he compared fascism and anti-fascism with virus and anti-virus programs for computers. Mozgovoi stated that the virus is created by the developers of the anti-virus programs.
“This is all business, there’s not any kind of fascism. One can create one wave, and in counterweight to it, create another. We earn both here and there,” – said the [mercenary] fighter.
Earlier, Alexey Mozgovoi also criticized the Russian military, and the insurgents, of the operation to capture Debaltseve.
According to him, the terrorists and Russian troops suffered big losses in the battle for the city.