The Ukrainian parliament voted to pass a resolution on the celebration anniversaries of Ukrainian “national heroes” many of which appear to be Nazis. In addition, the resolution also sets out the celebration of events of shame, such as the Warsaw Pact.
“Celebrating the anniversaries of important events in the socio-political life of Ukraine and the anniversaries of prominent people is an important component of the state policy regarding national memory and contributes to the consolidation of society,” the explanatory note to the text of the resolution says.
Thanks to the decision of the deputies on April 21, Ukraine will celebrate the centenary of the Treaty of Warsaw, which has always been considered an act of national shame. Under the pact, the Ukrainian People’s Republic (that temporarily existed on a small chunk of modern Ukraine after the collapse of the Russian Empire) transferred a large part of territories of modern Western Ukraine – Galicia, Prykarpattya, Volyn, Nadsyanie and Kholmshchina under the control of revived Poland.
The Ukrainian MPs apparently fail to understand that the celebration of the centenary of the Treaty of Warsaw will be a ridiculous and shameful celebration of the betrayal of Western Ukrainians.
In addition, Eduard Dolinsky, the head of the Ukrainian Jewish Committee provided a list of the individuals whose anniversaries will be celebrated.
As per the decision, Ukrainians in 2020 will celebrate the anniversary of Volodymyr Kubiyovich and his colleagues in the photo below:
These are as follows, with all of the information being a direct citation from Dolinsky:
- 280 years since the birth of Maxim Zheleznyak – the head of the Koliv region, the organizer of the Jewish pogroms and the mass murderer of the Jews of Uman.
- 130 years since the birth of Ivan Poltavets-Ostrianytsa – Nazi collaborator, head of UNAKOR – the organization of Ukrainian Nazi Cossacks. As part of UNAKOR, battalions of the Ukrainian auxiliary police took part in the massacres of many thousands of Jews in Volyn, in Zhytomyr, Bila Tserkva, Vinnitsa.
- February 6th is the 100th anniversary of the birth of Vasyl Levkovich, a Nazi collaborator, a war criminal from the Ukrainian auxiliary police Dubno, an organizer and participant in the massacre of 5,000 Dubno Jews and many thousands of Rivne Jews.
- February 20th is the 115th anniversary of the birth of Ulas Samchuk, a Nazi collaborator, editor-in-chief of the pro-Nazi Rivne anti-Semitic newspaper Volyn. He published anti-Semitic articles calling for the extermination of Jews. An accomplice in the extermination of 25 thousand Jews in Rivne.
- February 24th is the 110th anniversary of the birth of Vasyl Sidor, a Nazi collaborator and war criminal, serving in the Nachtigal battalion and the 201st auxiliary police battalion. He took part in the massacres of Jews, Poles and punitive operations against partisans and civilians in Belarus.
- May 16th is the 130th anniversary of the birth of Kiril Osmak, a Nazi collaborator, one of the leaders of the Ukrainian National Council in Kiev in 1941-43, under the leadership of a war criminal, Andriy Melnyk.
- August 12 is the 130th anniversary of the birth of Oleksandr Vyshnivskyi, a Nazi collaborator, one of the organizers of the SS Galicia division.
- September 23rd – the 120th anniversary of the birth of Volodymyr Kubiyovich, a Nazi collaborator, organizer of the SS Galicia division.
- November 12 is the 100th anniversary of the birth of Vasyl Galasy, an activist of the OUN (Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, which established the Ukrainian Insurgent Army)), one of the organizers and participants in the Jewish pogroms in the Ternopil region, a member of the UPA (the Ukrainian Insurgent Army), an organizer and participant in the massacres of Poles.
- November 17th is the 110th anniversary of the birth of Yaroslav Starukh – an activist of the OUN, the organizer of Jewish pogroms in Western Ukraine in the summer of 1941.
- December 12th is the 130th anniversary of the birth of Andriy Melnyk – head of the OUN (Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists), a Nazi collaborator and a war criminal, the organizer of the Ukrainian auxiliary police units, the organizer of mass killings of Jews, in particular in Babi Yar.
According to the decree, to celebrate the birth of these Ukrainian heroes, the Cabinet of Ministers should form an organizing committee for the celebrations, approve the plan and financing.
The Ministry of Education needs to organize lessons and educational hours on the topic.
The National Bank – to cast commemorative coins, and the National Postal Service – to print stamps and issue envelopes to commemorate the prominent Ukrainians.
If there were any doubts that Ukraine has become the world’s premier “Nazi tourism” destination – they should have been abolished.
The irony of the situation that the Israeli government, the country of the Jews – Israel, openly supports the modern Kiev regime diplomatically and by selling it weapons. Therefore, Tel Aviv, that exploits the WW2 tragedy all aroudn the world to pursue own diplomatic and media goas, decided to ‘forget’ about it in the case of Ukraine.
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