You’ve ignored my article’s main point: the parallel between the role of the paramilitary Fascisti in 1920s Italy, and the role of Banderist paramilitaries in Ukraine since February 2014.
Regarding your point about alliances, I’m well aware that Ukraine’s leaders have a informal alliance with the USA and EU; but I don’t know what you mean by saying that “1920s Italy was doing the opposite”. Who knew in the 1920s which side Italy would be on in Europe’s next big war, if and when that happened? Winston Churchill clearly didn’t, judging by what he said about Mussolini in 1927.
You say the lethal violence in Odessa in May 2014 was “just one event”. I'd suggest it was a triggering event for those who identified with the anti-Maidan demonstrators — the people who were besieged and had their shelter set on fire.
Regarding elections, it’s true that Banderist Ukraine has kept vestiges of a multiparty system longer than Fascist Italy. But what happened to the Party of Regions, the Communist Party of Ukraine, and Opposition Platform?
You tell me I write like a “Putin puppet”. Do you think Ukraine’s suppressed opposition parties are Putin puppets too?