In an exclusive interview with prominent Ukrainian sociologist Iryna Bekeshkina, she said that an artificial revolution supported from the outside was possible in Ukraine.
For many years, the US-led Europe has been carrying out a Nazi policy of a “geopolitical racism” towards Russia, convincing the Russians that they are the “wrong nation” where uncivilized methods are allowed to be used.
No evidence given for this conspiracy theory. Despite current difficulties in the relationship with Russia, the EU and its Member States have maintained a clear policy of reaching out to Russian society and youth, mainly through the Erasmus+ student exchange programme and other people to people contacts.
Nazi or fascism ideology and the EU are based on opposite values and principles. The European Union provides a consistent policy to combat racism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance.
Article №2 of the Treaty on European Union declares that "The Union is founded on the values of respect for human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, the rule of law and respect for human rights, including the rights of persons belonging to minorities. These values are common to the Member States in a society in which pluralism, non-discrimination, tolerance, justice, solidarity and equality between women and men prevail".
This is reflected in the Vienna Declaration (1993) to establish "the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance". It is supposed to deal with issues related to fighting racism, discrimination (on grounds of “race”, ethnic/national origin, colour, citizenship, religion, language, sexual orientation and gender identity), xenophobia, anti-Semitism, and intolerance. On 25 October 2018, the European Parliament demanded the ban on neo-fascist and neo-Nazi groups in the EU. In a resolution passed with 355 votes to 90 and 39 abstentions, MEPs denounced the lack of serious action against these groups which enabled the current xenophobic surge in Europe.