U.S. Colonel Training Zelensky Forces Accuses Soldiers of War “Atrocities”

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on pinterest
Pinterest
Share on whatsapp
WhatsApp
Share on telegram
Telegram

Where Ted Talks end, Truth Talks begin.
Defending democracy by defending free speech

Opinion pieces don’t necessarily reflect the position of our news site but of our Opinion writers.

U.S. Colonel Training Zelensky Forces Accuses Soldiers of War “Atrocities”

By Jon Jackson

Andrew Milburn, a retired U.S. Marine colonel who spent months in Ukraine helping to train President Volodymyr Zelensky’s forces, said during a recent interview that there had been “all kinds of atrocities” in Ukraine.

Milburn is the founder and CEO of The Mozart Group, a company composed mainly of former special operations soldiers that has provided services to Ukraine ranging from frontline training to medical evacuation and casualty care. Milburn named the company as a direct counterpoint to the Wagner Group, a Russian mercenary outfit that shares its name with another famous composer.

Max Blumenthal, founder of The Grayzone website, posted a clip to Twitter on Monday of Milburn speaking last month on The Team House podcast.

The video, which was originally posted in full on the podcast’s YouTube channel, shows Milburn continuing to express his support for Ukraine, saying working there has left him with a sense of purpose. However, he also called the country a “corrupt” society.

“I’m not a big fan of Ukraine,” he said of the government. “I care deeply about its people. I care deeply about the Ukrainian soldiers.”

Mozart Group members in Ukraine

Volunteers take part in training during courses with The Mozart Group, in the Donetsk region of Ukraine, on September 22, 2022. Andrew Milburn, the founder of The Mozart Group, recently voiced displeasure with some of the Ukrainians he was assisting.

Milburn also seemed to take issue with what he said were Ukrainians filming prisoners of war. But he noted that “[f]or the most part, they [Ukrainians] don’t commit atrocities.”

Without mentioning a specific group, Milburn then hinted at worse offenses that may have been committed in Ukraine.

“You shouldn’t kill dudes who surrendered…and there was plenty of that,” he said. “There’s all kinds of atrocities to go around.”

Millburn clarified his comments to Newsweek in a statement.

“In the course of a discussion that lasted over two hours I gave a balanced view of the Ukrainain war effort—praising them where I see strengths but also being candid about areas that need to be improved if the Ukrainian cause is to remain unimpeachable in the eyes of the international community,” Milburn wrote. “My comments were cut down to the barest bones without context—but in essence what I was saying was that the Ukrainians must hold the moral high ground. If—as they rightfully claim—they represent the values of the free world, then they must be meticulous about cracking down on violations of those same principals.”

Before his time in Ukraine, Milburn spent more than 30 years in the Marines and completed tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan. In 2020, he published his memoir, When the Tempest Gathers, that chronicles his time on battlefields around the world.

Blumenthal tweeted that during The Team House interview “the craft bourbon flowed” while Milburn spoke with hosts Dave Parke and Jack Murphy. Blumenthal hints that intoxication played a part in Milburn veering “to paint a much darker picture of what he saw in Ukraine.”

Opinion pieces don’t necessarily reflect the position of our news site but of our Opinion writers.

*Note We Deliberately Miss Spell Some Words or Add Capital Letters To Get Around Big Tech Censoring.

Support the ANR from as little as $8 – it only takes a minute. If you can, please consider supporting us with a regular amount each month. Thank you.

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on pinterest
Pinterest
Share on whatsapp
WhatsApp
Share on telegram
Telegram

Related News

Where Ted Talks end, Truth Talks begin.
Defending democracy by defending free speech

Subscribe for free to our ANR news emails and access 2 free ebooks plus Reports to share with family and friends about Covid fraud and the danger of the vaccines.

Help us help defend free speech and save democracy from the World Economic Forum planned Totalitarian Great Reset.

and help us expose the Covid Fraudsters

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Documentary: Died Suddenly (2022)

Play Video

McIntyre Report
Political Talk Show

Episode 157

Episode 157

How you can advertise on Truthbook.social

Help us help defend free speech and save democracy from the World Economic Forum planned Totalitarian Great Reset.

and help us expose the Covid Fraudsters

Ukraine. Military Summary And Analysis 23.01.2023

Raw Report

Ryan Jackson Saw show

in USD

in AUD

in GBP

in CAD

Jamie McIntyre

ANR on

Currency Exchange Rates in AUD

Live and updated every minute of the day

Nurses Speak Out

Get our free News Emails on latest articles, alerts and solutions for both legal templates and ways to help fight back against the Globalists vax Mandates , and health resources to boost your immune system and ways to Protect from deadly EMF 5G radiation and more.

FREE E-BOOKS AND REPORTS ALSO

ANR Meme Report

with Nadine Roberts

Episode 002

21st Century Political System

Play Video

Editor's Pick

Thank you for visiting the
Australian National Review

To continue accessing more articles for free simply enter your email address

Watch Full Documentary

Download the Full PDF - THE COVID-19 FRAUD & WAR ON HUMANITY