The former leader of the “Right Sector” compares the FSB statement on Crimea with the Gleiwitz provocation of Hitler


Dmitry Jarosz, People’s Deputy of Ukraine and former leader of the “Right Sector” has drawn a parallel between the FSB statement about alleged attempts of terrorist acts, prepared by Ukrainian saboteurs in Crimea, and the Fascists‘ provocation in Gleiwitz in September 1939.

“The imperial FSB has accused the Ukrainian intelligence in preparing large-scale attacks in the occupied Crimea. This statement recalls the beginning of the Second World War and the “capture” of the radio station in Gleiwitz by the Polacks,” wrote Jarosz in Facebook.

As we have informed, the Federal Security Service of Russia (FSB) has stated the prevention of terrorist acts in Crimea, allegedly prepared by the Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.

REFERENCE: The Gleiwitz incident or provocation is a provocation of Nazi Germany in Gleiwitz (now Gliwice) on August 31, 1939. Then, SS soldiers in Polish uniform attacked the German radio station in Gleiwitz. The incident became a pretext for German invasion of Poland and the beginning of the Second World War.

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