(Ken Silva, Headline USA) Terrorists claiming to work for the Biden administration-backed Ukrainian forces crossed into Russia early Thursday and attacked civilians in the city of Bryansk, according to reports that labeled the incursion a “suicide mission.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin convened his security council to respond to the attack, while others, including officials from the Ukrainian government, claimed that it was a false-flag attack perpetrated by the Russians. The attack reportedly killed at least two Russians.
Russia scholar Clint Ehrlich, a visiting researcher at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations, said on Twitter that early evidence clearly pointed to the attack having been perpetrated by Ukraine.
Ehrlich pointed out that one of the attackers has been identified as Denis Nikitin, a prominent Russian-born neo-Nazi fighting for Ukraine.
According to Ehrlich, there are photos of Nikitin wearing the exact same uniform as one of the individuals who attacked Russia.
Update: There is now CONCLUSIVE proof of Ukrainian responsibility for the terrorist attack in Bryansk.
A neo-nazi fighting for Ukraine, Denis Nikitin, posted a photo wearing the exact same clothing and equipment used today.
Anyone calling this a false flag is gaslighting you. pic.twitter.com/u1Q7xadzEy
— Clint Ehrlich (@ClintEhrlich) March 2, 2023
“Even many Ukrainian accounts now admit this is NOT a false flag,” he said. “It is 100% an authentic attack, orchestrated by Ukraine.”
If the attack was indeed committed by Ukrainian forces, it would mark the second known Biden-backed offensive against Russian since Putin invaded Ukraine last year.
Investigative journalist Seymour Hersh last month presented evidence that he said confirmed Biden administration’s role in a September 2022 ecoterrorist attack on Russia’s Nord Stream gas pipelines.
Thursday’s attack also fueled questions about the extent to which the Biden administration was backing neo-Nazi terrorists in Ukraine. While Democrat-friendly media outlets dismiss these claims as Russian propaganda, the role neo-Nazis play in Ukrainian politics is well documented.
Even the Biden administration’s own Homeland Security Department warned last May that white supremacists in the U.S. were joining the neo-Nazi groups in Ukraine.
“Ukrainian nationalist groups including the Azov Movement are actively recruiting racially or ethnically motivated violent extremist-white supremacists to join various neo-Nazi volunteer battalions in the war against Russia,” the DHS bulletin said.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., has introduced legislation that would investigate whether U.S. tax dollars are funding Ukrainian neo-Nazi terrorists.
Greene’s proposed “Resolution of Inquiry into Taxpayer Dollars Spent in Ukraine” would audit exactly where the $113 billion in U.S. aid has gone.
Co-sponsors of this bill include Reps. Thomas Massie, R-Ky.; Matt Rosendale, R-Mt.; Clay Higgins, R-La.; Matt Gaetz, R-Fla.; Chip Roy, R-Texas; Tim Burchett, R-Tenn.; Mary Miller, R-Ill.,; and Paul Gosar, R-Ariz.
Ken Silva is a staff writer at Headline USA. Follow him at twitter.com/jd_cashless.