Above you can hopefully see, side by side, Alexander Muzychko (left) and Ernst Röhm (right). Notice how the two amazingly look like they could be twins.
Alexander Muzychko was one of the leaders of Ukraine’s ultra far-right movement, Right Sector. He was slain on the night of March 24, 2014 by Ukraine’s Central Directorate for Struggle Against Organized Crime, including members of Falcon, a unit of special forces. 
Ernst Röhm was a co-founder and commander of the Sturmabteilung (“Storm Battalion”; SA), the Nazi “Brownshirts”. In 1934, as part of the Night of the Long Knives, he was executed. 
Muzychko, of Ukraine’s Right Sector, was part of the street fighters used to recently topple the government of Viktor Yanukovych. Yanukovych is the star of “Coriolanus in Ukraine”, an update of the Spear Shaker play. (Background: Esoteric Shakespeare (Part 20), Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry of March 12, 2014.)
Ernst Röhm likewise was a street fighter, used by Adolph Hitler at the start of his rise to power in Germany. After World War I, Röhm “raised a private army of his own to confront the Communist menace…” 
Like his seeming twin Ernst Röhm, Alexander Muzychko was also fiercely anti-Communist. Besides Communists, Muzychko and his Right Sector also hate Jews and Russians, also called “Slavs.”
It was Ernst Röhm who introduced Adolph Hitler to General Erich Ludendorff, victor of the battle of Tannenberg, fought by the Russian Second Army against the German Eighth Army between August 26th and 30th, 1914.  There was a belief among the elite German Staff Corps that the Slavs were an inferior race. 
Ernst Röhm and his street fighters were key supporters of Hitler’s “pocket revolution”, also called a Putsch, in Munich in 1923.  And so were Alexander Muzychko and his Right Sector key supporters of the recent “pocket revolution” in Kiev.
In 1934, Anthony Eden, Britain’s Foreign Secretary, visited Berlin for talks with Adolph Hitler. Eden insisted that Hitler must get rid of Röhm’s Brownshirts. “By conceding to Eden’s demand to scrap the S.A. [i.e., Brownshirts], Hitler saw an opportunity to gain an aura of international confidence under the screen of which he could re-arm and expand the Reichswehr.” Hitler’s early thuggish supporters were by 1934 an international embarrassment, and so they had to be eliminated. 
Arseniy Petrovych Yatsenyuk is called the “interim” Prime Minister of Ukraine. After the “pocket revolution” in Kiev, Yatsenyuk was installed as chief of state, with the blessings of Victoria Nuland, Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs at the United States Department of State. Yatsenyuk met publicly with President Barack Obama at the White House recently. For the cameras, it was all smiles and handshakes as usual. But perhaps Obama privately told Yatsenyuk, as Anthony Eden had told Hitler, that his Right Sector Brownshirts were an international embarrassment and had to be eliminated.
Will it be “Night of the Long Knives, Part 2” in Ukraine, with another purge of the Brownshirts, this time Ukrainian Brownshirts? Is Alexander Muzychko merely the first of such to-be-purged Brownshirts? Or will the Ukrainian Brownshirts fight back, and bring on a civil war? If that happened, Russia might find it necessary to come in and restore order, just as the United States likes to restore order in places like Nicaragua. This could play out as truly “Coriolanus in Ukraine”, with Viktor Yanukovych (Caius Marcius Coriolanus) returning to Kiev.
——- Sources ——-
 “Ukraine eliminates nationalists to please Europe”, Pravda, March 25, 2014. http://english.pravda.ru/hotspots/crimes/25-03-2014/127158-ukraine_muzychko-0/
 “Ernst Röhm”, Wikipedia, March 26, 2014
 The Spear of Destiny, by Trevor Ravenscroft. Boston: Weiser Books, 1973
 “Battle of Tannenberg”, Wikipedia, March 26, 2014