THIS is the face of UKRAINIAN NATIONALISM… THIS is what you support, Bob Casey!
In tribute to the brave Orthodox warriors of Novorossiya…
here’s our Russian anthem… remember the dead of Slavyansk, Kramatorsk, Odessa, and Krasny Liman murdered by the Uniates… THIS is what the people of Novorossiya want, NOT Uniate hillbilly backwoods “Consciousness”
US Senator Bob Casey Jr (D-PA) said the following:
The Ukrainian people want and deserve a unified, stable, secure, and prosperous country free from Russian interference.
Firstly, Casey is an ultramontane papist, so, the fact that he kisses the ass of the Uniates is no big surprise. However, Mr Casey should know that there are MORE Russian Orthodox people in PA than there are Uniate apostates. He pissed on all of us with this statement. I should hope that Russian Orthodox people in NEPA, Yinzertown, and all around the state wouldn’t forget this act of treachery and hate on the part of Mr Casey. His subservience to the Uniates is unseemly and without defence. No Russian Orthodox person should vote for this bastard… full stop.
Here’s another POS quote from a “Ukrainian Orthodox” priest, Fr Timothy Tomson, pastor of St Mary Ukrainian Orthodox Church in McKees Rocks PA:
Russia is for Russians and Ukraine is for Ukrainians. If people (in the Ukraine) consider themselves Russian, they should move back to Russia.
Compare that the murderous manifesto issued by the OUN in 1941:
Long live the Ukraine without Jews, Poles, and Germans; Poles behind the River San, Germans to Berlin, and Jews to the gallows.
Note well that this “priest” echoes that… without shame! No decent Orthodox people can have concourse with fascist filth like that. To give you a better idea of the hate that animates “Ukrainian nationalism”, read the following:
The nationalists who emerged in Galicia following the First World War, much as in the rest of Europe, adopted a form of nationalism known as Integral nationalism. According to this ideology, the nation was the highest absolute value, more important than social class, regions, the individual, religion, etc. To this end, OUN members were to “force their way into all areas of national life” such as institutions, societies, villages, and families. They saw politics as a Darwinian struggle between nations for survival, rendering conflict unavoidable, and justifying any means that would lead to the victory of one’s nation over that of others. In this context, willpower was more important than reason, and they glorified warfare as an expression of national vitality. The OUN’s conceptualisation of this idea was particular in several ways. Because the Ukraine was stateless, and powerful neighbours surrounded it, its emphasis on force and warfare emerged as acts of terrorism and not open warfare, and they glorified illegality. Because Ukrainians didn’t have a state to glorify or serve, they placed emphasis on a “pure” national language and culture and not a State. There was a strain of fantastic romanticism, where the unsophisticated Ukrainian rejection of reason was more spontaneous and genuine than the cynical rejection of reason by German or Italian integral nationalists.
John Armstrong, Ukrainian Nationalism (1963). New York: Columbia University Press, pp 20-22
Also note this:
The OUN wings disagreed on strategy and ideology, but shared a commitment to the manufacture of a historical past based on victimisation and heroism. The émigrés developed an entire literature that denied the OUN’s fascism, its collaboration with Nazi Germany, and its participation in atrocities, instead presenting the organisation as composed of democrats and pluralists who’d rescued Jews during the Holocaust. The diaspora narrative was contradictory, combining celebrations of the supposedly anti-Nazi resistance struggle of the OUN-UPA with celebrations of the Waffen-SS Galizien, a Ukrainian collaborationist formation established by Heinrich Himmler in 1943.
Per Anders Rudling, “The Return of the Ukrainian Far Right: The Case of VO Svoboda”. In Wodak and Richardson, Analysing Fascist Discourse: European Fascism in Talk and Text (2013). New York: Routledge.
It’s time to stand for Holy Rus… we MUST oppose the Uniate snakes and their murderous ideology… we MUST oppose the pro-American running dogs of the putschist junta in Kiev… we MUST oppose the so-called “Ukrainian Orthodox” for breaking the Unity of the Russian World… BUT WE MUST NEVER HATE! Yes, our compatriots must kill these parasites when they find them, but we mustn’t harbour hate in our hearts! The present war is bad… the only justification is that the godless tyranny of the Unia and of “Ukrainian nationalism” is far worse. Yes… we live in a fallen world. Yes… sometimes, good people must use “tainted means”, for that’s the only thing at hand… but we mustn’t let hate live in our hearts, we mustn’t kill more than is necessary, and we must show mercy to the fallen or surrendered enemy, even if the soulless Uniate pigs do not (the hospital massacre in Krasny Liman and the murders of priests in Slavyansk are proof of that).
We must be like the fighters of the VOV. “Don’t cry, baba… we’ll make them pay for this!” Forgive… yes, a thousand times, yes! I forgive the Uniates, schismatics, and nationalists for what they’ve done; I hope that God shows them mercy in the hereafter. However… forgiveness doesn’t cancel out earthly consequences for earthly crimes. I’d put the noose around the necks of S Yu Shevchuk, A P Yatsenyuk, F A Denisenko, and P A Poroshenko, and I’d trip the trap with no emotion. Nevertheless… the solution, although necessary, isn’t good in itself, and I’d have to confess it. A greater evil doesn’t cancel out the sin of a lesser evil. It merely underlines necessity; it DOESN’T exculpate it.
We live in a fallen world. It’s especially fallen now. It’s a time of moral dilemmas and temptations to unbounded hate and violence… God do help us…