Voices from Russia

Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Orthodox Activists Organise Mass Rally in Kiev to Commemorate the Great Victory

Monument to Poles murdered by UPA bandits… remember this when you hear loud Galician Uniate nationalists… anywhere from 40,000 to 300,000 people were murdered by the UPA in Volhynia and Galicia, not only Poles, but also Ukrainians who opposed the butchery of the OUN… THIS is what you support when support any American neocon politician… reflect well on that.

On 6 May, in Kiev, Orthodox-patriotic groups will hold a parade honouring the 65th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War. “We want to focus on the religious and churchly character of our victory. We want to strengthen the unity of our Church and the unity of our fraternal peoples”, Yuri Yegorov, the chairman of Ukrainian public organisation Православный выбор (Orthodox Choice), said on Wednesday at a press conference at the offices of Interfax-Ukraine. He estimated that at least 1,500 participants from all the Ukraine would attend the event. The procession will honour the memory of the heroes of the war at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier; in addition, the marchers will protest proposals by some to rename some streets and install a monument in Kiev to the traitor Ivan Mazepa. Mr Yegorov noted that Orthodox Christians support the ruling of the court at Donetsk that overturned former President Yushchenko’s posthumous award of the title of Hero of the Ukraine to Stepan Bandera and Roman Shukhevich. “The true heroes of our people in the Great Patriotic War were those who fought against the Nazi invaders at the front or as partisans in the rear areas, not those who shot our soldiers in the back or who brutally killed civilians”, he added.

5 May 2010




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