The group С14 (Sich) is a paramilitary right-wing radical group, which has close ties with the nationalist Ukrainian Party “Svoboda”. Founded in 2010, C14 is named after the 14-word slogan “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White Children” of American Nazi David Lane. (A famous member of The Order)MembershipThe leader of C14 is Eugen Karas or “Vortex”. According to John Færseth, C14 recruited its members among football supporters: Dynamo Kiev, Metalist Kharkiv and Shakhtar Donetsk. C14’s members were accused of hate crimes (the distribution of racist materials and attacks on markets, whose owners were of non-Ukrainian ethnic origins). During the Maidan insurgency, C14 released racist banners and fighting other activists.Its initial platformWhat once started as a political protest turned violent in 2014. The original mission sentiment of objectives: “… fighting corrupted land lords, who destroyed families and the old…
C14 aka Sich - Ukraine
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