by Scott Humor
Today Kiev regime celebrates the “Ukrainian flag Day”
Here you can find many images of the historical events influenced and symbolized by this neo-Nazi state symbol painted in the colors of “tears and piss.”
Something needs to be said about Ukraine’s National state emblem, called “a raised up Tryzub.” It was officially adopted in 1992. According to the Wikipedia it was invented by the King of Poland Stefan.
Some people assume that its design is based on a Hebrew letter Shin, that often appears on the mezuzah cases. It does make sense since it was the Lubavitch rabbis who invented the “Ukrainian nation” in the 19th century and invented the Ukrainian language mixing together Russian language, local dialects, Polish and Yiddish. The symbol “Shin” could be a picture of teeth, and as such can be the “teeth” of a crown or the “teeth” of the flames of a fire.
Some people say that the state symbol of Ukraine is a graph in the shape of a middle finger gesture.
For those who can read Russian, however, there is no doubt that the symbol the way it’s written is a three-letter-word (outlined in red) ‘БЛЯ,’ or ‘BLYA’ which is shortened version of an expletive ‘Blyad’ or a “whore.”
Happy Ukrainian state symbols day.
Images are for illustration only.
There is nothing for Ukraine to celebrate. After the coup d’etat of 2014, the country has taken a downward road. By December of 2017, 4 million Ukrainians had fled to the West and 4.4 million to Russia. In 2018 some 100.000 Ukrainians are leaving the country every month. A day will come when the country will cease to function.
The population of Israel is 8.4 million. There are just enough empty homes for a new Israel. Many current residents of Israel originated from the Ukraine, once part of the Khazarian empire.
The Khazarian empire existed briefly, incorporating the southern parts of today’s Ukraine, and not the whole of Ukraine. This “empire” was crushed by a joint Russian-Persian effort, after both discovered what the “empire” had in mind. This explains today’s vilification of both Russia and Iran, the former Persia.
Nice try but the б is clearly a В, which creates the word VOLYA – Freedom from Russian oppressors.
“В” and “Б” historically had similar looks, if you follow the link you can find image how the Russian alphabet developed historically.
It’s remarkable that you are trying to use omission of vowels which is used in Hebrew , but never used in Russian language. Only someone who uses Hebrew might think that Russian three-letter colloquial word which usage is similar to English four-letter word, is actually another word with one letter omitted.
Which proves my point about the roots of this invention.
The Russian word “volya” means absence of laws, volition or will, but not “freedom” in the Western sense. Without “o” it makes no sense at all. Vlya? LOL!
To be free from “Russian oppression” they use a profanity in Russian language. This is too funny.
вля is Bulgarian vlya and it means merged or coming in.
This trident symbol always reminds me of some common images of the Ebola virus, especially if you lay it down horizontally. It represents a grave disease. One of the main characteristics of this disease is that it causes profuse bleeding, both internal and external.
True. There is something primordial and Tophetic about this particular symbol that on subconscious level repulses people, even those who don’t know what it represents.
Yes. My sense of repulsion toward this symbol started long before I noticed its ressemblance with the ebola virus. There seems to be something specially wicked and foul that radiates from the whole notion of Ukraine since 2014. On a rational level I know this doesn’t make sense. I mean, Ukraine and Ukrainians cannot be THAT different from Russia and Russians. And yet they have become almost opposites since the coup, what with all the horrors that have taken place there. It’s as if the whole land had been taken over by disgusting devils of the kind you can spot in some paintngs and sculptures in old European churches. This cannot go on forever. It has to stop. But when?
I’m sure you are aware that it was used as far back at least as 1918 – on stamps and banknotes
Who cares how far back it was used? The Swastika is a symbol in India and and East Asia which has been used since approx. 3000BC. Symbols convey emotion, and it’s the emotion that counts.
I will never forget the image from 2014 of a pregnant woman strangled by Right Sector thugs in an office building in Odessa. This image will haunt me for the rest of my life.
It was the symbol on the seal of Vladimir The Great, Prince of Novgorod and Kiev apparently.
Therefore it is just as much a part of Russia’s heritage as it is Ukraine’s.
But that Teutonic Cross is an interesting appropriation . .
Very good, Scott. I see the trident as a tool for farmers and I have used one myself to survive. What is it called in English? Food is very important in Ukraine and they look down on people who do not farm. We are useless eaters.
Do a little serious research. The trident or tryzub in its present Ukrainian form was the imperial symbol of Great King Volodymyr Sviatoslavych [who christianized the original “Ukrainian Rus” centered in Kyiv in the 900’s].
The trident itself probably has a much older origin. I remember seeing a version in images associated with ancient Hindu-Indian works. The Mongols also use a form of the trident,—interesting.
You mean Kievan Rus. Ukraine didn’t exist before the 20 century.
Is this the perfect example of a “False Flag Day” holiday?