In previous programs, we have noted that the Uyghur “independence” movement is inextricably linked with elements of U.S. intelligence, as well as a potpourri of fascists of various stripes. A “New York Times” article positions Adrian Zenz as an authority on the Uyghurs. Zenz’s prominence as an “expert” on the Uyghurs comes by virtue of his position with the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, ” . . . . an outgrowth of the National Captive Nations Committee, a group founded by Ukrainian nationalist Lev Dobriansky to lobby against any effort for detente with the Soviet Union. Its co-chairman, Yaroslav Stetsko, was a top leader of the fascist OUN-B militia that fought alongside Nazi Germany during its occupation of Ukraine in World War Two. . . .” OUN/B’s founder was Stepan Bandera, pictured at right.