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Saturday, 2 June 2018

Ukrainian Jewish Committee Warns Kiev About Glorifying World War II Murderers of Jews


On Friday, Eduard Dolinsky, Director of the Ukrainian Jewish Committee, told golos.ua:

The veneration of World War II-era Nazi groups and surging anti-Semitism in the Ukraine will inevitably affect relations with Israel. Currently, both countries enjoy a good relationship. However, the Ukraine’s glorification of the murderers of the Jewish population will eventually come back to haunt Kiev in its relations with Israel. This’ll happen shortly. This’ll depend on how the Ukraine acts. For example, Poland, as you know, banned entry for (the director of the Institute of National Memory) Vyatrovich as well as some of his allies and nationalists. Israel may also take similar measures. Besides, ultra-right sentiment and extremist groups will grow in the Ukraine if the government remains idle. The whole world is witnessing mounting rightwing extremist sentiment and stepped-up activity by radical groups in social life. If they take no action to counter this, this’ll build up day by day. In addition, their numbers would increase, eventually making the fight against them more difficult.

According to the Israeli Ministry of Diaspora Affairs, the number of anti-Semitic incidents doubled in the Ukraine in 2017 year-on-year, which comes against the backdrop of a glorification of nationalist leaders responsible for the murders and expulsion of Jews during World War II. It noted:

For a second successive year, the Ukraine saw the biggest number of anti-Semitic incidents among the former Soviet Union republics. There was anti-Semitic propaganda in politics, vandalism targeting Jewish cemeteries, buildings, and social centres, as well as monuments to Holocaust victims. However, they don’t take any effective action against vandals, with anti-Semitic incidents qualified as just hooliganism and not as hate crimes.

In May 2015, Ukrainian President P A Poroshenko signed a law glorifying the OUN (Ukrainian nationalists) and the UPA (Ukrainian Insurgent Army), a terrorist group outlawed in Russia, labelling their activity as a struggle for the country’s independence. Statues to nationalist Nazi collaborators S A Bandera and R I Shukhevich arise across the Ukraine, memorial events and torchlight processions occur in their memory, and they name streets after them.

1 June 2018




Sunday, 26 April 2015

26 April 2015. A Picture IS Worth a Thousand Words… THIS is Why the Present Kiev Junta is EVIL… It Glorifies the Collaborators Who Helped the Nazis Carry Out the Holocaust

00 majdanek concentration camp. poland. red army. ussr. 26.04.15


Take a GOOD look at the above image. THAT is what the Rada glorified when it glorified the Nazi collaborators of the VOV. Many Galician Uniate nationalists willingly aided the Nazis. However… bear THIS in mind… many good Galician people FOUGHT the Uniate fascist pigs. That’s why the partisan war there was so bitter… it was a real civil war. The Reds and the real patriots fought against the pro-Western sell-out scummers. That sounds like today, doesn’t it? Draft-dodging is as endemic in the Western Ukraine as it is elsewhere. That tells you something… if the junta can’t even count on the support of its supposedly most-solid region, how long does it have left? I’d say, “Not long”…



Saturday, 11 April 2015

11 April 2015. You Can’t Equate Those Who Carried Out the Holocaust with Those Who Ended It

00 Auschwitz. 11.04.15


The Red Army ended the Holocaust… the Galician Uniate nationalists helped to carry it out. The Ukrainian Rada just condemned communism and praised Galician Uniate nationalism. What does that tell you about the so-called “Ukraine?”


Thursday, 9 April 2015

Makeyevka Honoured the Memory of Nazi Concentration Camps Victims by Laying Flowers at the Eternal Flame

Liberation of Auschwitz by Red Army. 12.11

NEVER FORGET! Galician Uniate nationalist pigs helped RUN the concentration camps… the Red Army LIBERATED them. To honour the UPA and OUN is to honour the Holocaust… do reflect on that. The Rada’s new law honouring the UPA and the OUN was HOLOCAUST DENIAL writ large. Never forget… the number of Galician hands in the Holocaust was NOT small (it’s one of the most Anti-Semitic places in the world, sadly enough… not a majority, but enough to make them the world champs of Anti-Semitism).


In Makeyevka, citizens honoured the memory of Nazi concentration camp victims by laying flowers at the local Eternal Flame memorial. The local branch of the Donetsk Republic Society sponsored the event. During the ceremony, local secretary Larisa Tolstykina pointed up that the fascist ideology is stronger than ever in the Ukraine. “After all the horrors of the Great Patriotic War, occupation, and concentration camps, who could think that a revival of fascism would be possible? However, over the years, the ‘brown plague’ ideology re-entered the masses. At least, we must do what we can… we must remember [what happened] and not allow the “fascist plague” to penetrate the heads of the younger generation”.

During the Second World War, Nazi Germany and its allies had about 14,000 concentration camps of all sizes on their territories and in occupied lands. The Nazis burned prisoners in crematoria ovens, killed them in gas chambers, and tortured, starved, and overworked inmates to death. International Day of Liberation of Nazi Concentration Camps on 11 April is in memory of an international uprising at Buchenwald concentration camp on 11 April 1945.

9 April 2015

DAN Donetsk News Agency


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