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Sunday, 10 July 2016

10 July 2016. People Without Honour…

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Banderovtsy: People Without Honour. Remember the Calamity (of 1944).


The above is a poster on a hoarding in Poland. It recalls the genocidal massacre of ethnic Poles by Galician Uniate nationalists during the VOV in the Kresy. The Uniate extremists killed people simply for being Polish… nothing else mattered to them. They also killed Belorussians, Russians, Roma, Jews, Rusins, and even Galicians who opposed their fascist ideology. These people run the notional “Ukraine” today. May God cut their time short to lessen the suffering of the innocents (which includes most of the Uniates, who oppose fascism as much as any group of normal people do).



Saturday, 25 April 2015

Poland Backs Away From Dialogue After the Ukraine Glorifies Nazi Collaborators

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Polish President Bronisław Maria Komorowski ruled out any further “historic dialogue” with the Ukraine following its glorification of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) as fighters for independence. Komorowski condemned the Ukrainian Rada’s recent recognition of the UPA as fighters for independence, telling TVN24 news channel, “There could be no reconciliation between Poland and the Ukraine without a dialogue. We have a lot of work ahead in [setting] our relations with the Ukraine”. President Komorowski noted that the misfortune of the recently adopted law is that it prevents any further historic dialogue between the two countries. However, he added that communication between the two countries isn’t over, and that both sides should search for a positive solution to the existing tension in relations.

On 9 April, the Rada passed a “Law on the Status and Memory of the Participants in the Struggle for Independence in the 20th Century”, recognising ultranationalist groups like the UPA and Organisation of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) as freedom fighters. The above term also includes anyone who fought for Ukraine’s independence between November 1917 and 24 August 1991, as part of formal, informal, underground, military, or guerrilla groups. The move came several hours after Komorowski’s visit to Ukraine and his call for reconciliation between the Polish and Ukrainian people, following their difficult and complex common history. Komorowski then expressed hope that old disputes and quarrels “won’t get in the way in the path to good dialogue between the two countries and peoples”. Over the past decade, attempts by Ukrainian historians to rehabilitate the UPA strained Ukrainian-Polish relations. Polish historians blame the killing of between 100,000 and 130,000 Polish civilians and 5,000-10,000 Ukrainian civilians in Volynia and Eastern Galicia on the UPA, claims which Ukrainian historians have downplayed or denied outright.

23 April 2015

Sputnik International


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The UPA did murder thousands… partly at the behest of the Nazis, partly at the behest of the Americans, and partly on their own nickel. Reflect on this… S A Bandera was a convicted murderer… he’s GOD to all the Galician Uniate nationalists. Need I say more?


Thursday, 9 April 2015

Zakharchenko and Pushilin Rap Junta Recognition of UPA and OUN as “Freedom Fighters”

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Chairman of the DNR Government A V Zakharchenko said that the Ukrainian Verkhovnaya Rada launched an irreversible process leading to the final disintegration of the Ukraine by its assertion that the OUN and UPA were “freedom fighters”, stating, “they’re trying to embroil Russia and the Ukraine by making such a law. This attempt to glorify UPA terrorists is farcical. This ‘historic’ declaration causes nothing but disgust and revulsion. However, it IS historical, because this action today formalises the victory of fascism in the Ukraine. Very soon, most Ukrainians will conclude that the country is kaput. The Ukrainian leadership launched an irreversible process leading to the complete disintegration of the country”.

Today, the Rada recognised the activities of the OUN and UPA as “struggles for Ukrainian independence”. On the second reading, the Rada adopted a law on “the legal status of participants in the struggle for Ukrainian independence in the 20th century”. 271 People’s Deputies voted for the bill; the bill only needed 226 votes to pass it. The Organisation of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) was an extremist Far Right political faction that operated mainly in the Western Ukraine. To achieve its goal of creating an “independent” Ukraine, the OUN used extremist methods, including terrorism. The OUN’s actions had an obvious anti-Polish, anti-Soviet, and anti-Semitic slant. During the Great Patriotic War, the OUN cooperated with Nazi German intelligence agencies and fought against the Soviets. In 1943, the OUN formed the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA). The OUN actively promoted recruitment efforts for the 14. Waffen-Grenadier-Division der SS “Galizien” (galizische/ukrainische SS-Division Nr 1)  {a VOLUNTEER SS division guilty of many atrocities and war-crimes: editor}. According to scholarly research, the OUN and UPA killed at least a million people, including about 200,000 Poles.


Today, D V Pushilin, Vice-Chairman of the DNR People’s Soviet told our correspondent in an interview that the Rada should be ashamed for passing an “appalling bill” recognising the OUN and UPA as Ukrainian “freedom fighters”, noting, “Our grandfathers drove the fascist scum and their minions like S A BanderaR I Shukhevich, and others not only from their own land, but also from Europe. It’s repellent to see how many people simply resign themselves to the fact that this rewrites history, defacing the memory of what our heroic ancestors did, cancelling out major people’s holidays celebrating our multinational (Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Kazakh, Uzbek, Georgian, Armenian, et al) achievement! Could you really possibly take this, and just give in to a bunch of radicals and vote almost unanimously in the Verkhovnaya Rada for such an infamous bill? For shame!”

9 April 2015

DAN Donetsk News Agency



Wednesday, 21 January 2015

Czech President Zeman Condemns Yatsenyuk’s Statement on Soviet “Invasion” of Germany and the Ukraine

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Here’s the TRUTH about Galician war guilt… accept it if you can… if not, shut the fuck up, for the truth is the truth, whether you like it or not


On Tuesday, Jiří Ovčáček, the Czech presidential spokesman, said that Czech President Miloš Zeman strongly condemned Ukrainian Prime Minister A P Yatsenyuk’s statement saying that the USSR invaded Germany and the Ukraine, saying, “Even the drafted version [of Yatsenyuk’s statement] didn’t disperse doubts that he made an attempt to revise the results of World War II”. Earlier, Zeman criticised Yatsenyuk, in one of his latest interviews, he called him “a prime minister of war”. On 8 January, Yatsenyuk told German state TV ARD, “All of us still clearly remember the Soviet invasion of the Ukraine and Germany”. On 9 January, RF Gosduma (lower house of the RF Federal Assembly) Foreign Affairs Committee chairman A K Pushkov called the Ukrainian prime minister’s statement “an extreme form of cynicism. The Ukrainian prime minister seeks political capital in Germany and Europe; he’s distorting well-known facts, backed in Europe itself… in Paris, Berlin, London, and in the USA. Nobody disputes the lawfulness of the anti-Hitler coalition’s actions. The USSR was its leading participant; it liberated Europe, including Germany, from Hitler, from Hitlerism”.

20 January 2015



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