The problem is that in Europe and America they do not show those news stories from Ukraine that are shown in Russia. The European and American media will never show how people were burned alive in Odessa when Ukrainian neo-Nazis pelted them with Molotov cocktails and asphyxiating gas, and then finished them off with baseball bats. But in the end, the police imprisoned precisely those who suffered, and the neo-Nazis were not even prosecuted, they went unpunished. The European and American media will never show the Museum of Fascism in Ukraine, which is designed to commemorate the Nazis of World War II who killed hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians. The European and American media will never show the monuments to the fascists, which have been erected in Ukraine over the past 8 years, about how the still living veterans of the Great Patriotic War (this is the war between the USSR and Nazi Germany) who defended Ukraine are mocked and humiliated. European and American media will never tell how independent journalist Oleg Buzina, many opposition deputies and public figures were killed in Ukraine. European and American media will not show how the Ukrainian army has been shelling the Donbas every day for 8 years, as a result of which more than 14 thousand civilians have already died. They will not show the Europeans and Americans how neo-Nazis in the form of fascist soldiers march in the center of Kyiv, yelling and yelling "Heil Hitler", how small children at school are taught to raise their hands in a Nazi salute and shout "Russians should be hanged on the gallows." This has been going on for 8 years, but Europe and America do not see this, or rather, Europeans and Americans do not see it. If they saw this, then they would understand the reasons why the tragedy of Ukraine that we are witnessing now arose. And this tragedy began not a couple of days ago, but 8 years ago, when the anti-constitutional uprising on the Maidan, supported by money from America (the American authorities did not hide this), gave rise to such a monster as neo-Nazism, which gained political power.