August 25, 2014 (Tony Cartalucci - NEO) - After months of denying the new regime in Kiev installed in the wake of the so-called "Euromaidan" had any significant ties to Nazism and regiments of Neo-Nazi militants found fighting in eastern Ukraine, the BBC in an article titled, "Ukraine crisis: Russian aid convoy arrives at border," reported that: ...the leader of the ultra-nationalist Right Sector threatened to withdraw volunteers fighting on the government side. Dmytro Yarosh said Right Sector would launch a "campaign in Kiev" if its demands, including the release of detained members, were not met within 48 hours. He called on President Petro Poroshenko to "immediately bring order" to the Interior Ministry, which he accused of harbouring "revanchist forces". For Right Sector's threats of withdrawing support from Kiev to have any meaning, a significant number of Nazi militants would have to be fighting under the banner of Right Sector in the first place, contradicting months of claims across Western media claiming otherwise. The admission across the Western media of this apparent "falling out" between Right Sector and the regime in Kiev comes amid increasing public awareness of Neo-Nazis spearheading Kiev's military operations in eastern Ukraine. The London Telegraph would report in its article titled, “Ukraine crisis: the neo-Nazi brigade fighting pro-Russian separatists,” that: As Ukraine’s armed forces tighten the noose around pro-Russian separatists in the east of the country, the western-backed government in Kiev is throwing militia groups – some openly neo-Nazi – into the front of the battle. The Azov battalion has the most chilling reputation of all. Last week, it came to the fore as it mounted a bold attack on the rebel redoubt of Donetsk, striking deep into the suburbs of a city under siege. The article would also admit: Azov, with several thousand men under their command, are officially under the control of the interior ministry but their financing is murky, their training inadequate and their ideology often alarming. The Azov men use the neo-Nazi Wolfsangel (Wolf’s Hook) symbol on their banner and members of the battalion are openly white supremacists, or anti-Semites. Read More At: http://landdestroyer.blogspot.fr/2014/08/nazis-splitting-with-kiev-regime.html Neo Nazis and Islamic head choppers (Libyan, Syrian, "rebels" aka Al Qaeda/Al Qaeda in Iraq/ISIS/IS). Man, Washington sure knows how to pick "allies".