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Two Capitol Hill Staffers May Have Been Part of Sabotage of Peace in Ukraine

One might well ask, what is going on on Capitol Hill with the U.S. Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, known as the Helsinki Commission? Set up in 1976, it is run by nine Senators and nine House members, with representatives from the Departments of Commerce, Defense, and State. CSCE’s transnational umbrella organization, the OSCE, was charged with monitoring the Minsk Agreement “ceasefire” in Ukraine from 2015 to 2022, as the Kiev regime’s artillery attacks on civilians in the Donbass went on unabated. Case studies of two of the CSCE employees only highlight the problems in the West’s well-known duplicitous manipulation of the Minsk Accords.

First, last year, CSCE employee Paul Massaro posted his photo holding up the Azov flag with his prominent wind-swept swastika. He also wore a jacket with a patch bearing an image of Hitler’s Ukrainian collaborator in slaughtering Jews and Poles, Stepan Bandera. It bore the logo of the infamous OUN-B organization, along with the text “Bandera is our father, Ukraine is our mother.” A grinning Massaro tweeted: “Hey, look what I’ve got.” He indicated that the infamous Azov Regiment had autographed the flag, dedicated it to Massaro, and given it to him as a gift.

Otherwise, this Capitol Hill staffer regularly tweeted about removing Russia from the UN Security Council and demanding that the West “cancel” or “decolonize” (that is, break up) Russia.

Not to be outdone, a senior Senate adviser on the CSCE, Kyle Parker, has bragged about delivering sniper scopes to the Ukrainian army and, according to the New York Times, is now facing an ethics probe. Parker has served with the CSCE for a lengthy period and is described as “a driving force” behind the 2012 Magnitsky Act fraud.

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