|Victims of Ukrainian fascism
Most people are unaware of the horrors committed by the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) under the leadership and inspiration of convicted terrorist, Nazi collaborator, and mass murdered, Stepan Bandera. From early 1943 through to 1944 the OUN undertook the most bestial, horrifying murder spree probably in the entire war (as the breaking photo above shows). In that fateful year these monsters slaughtered over 100,000 Poles.
The OUN throughout the War engaged in a satanic blood lust rampage: slaughtering Jews (Ukrainian Auxiliary Police ensured that Babi Yar was the most "successful" mass shooting in recorded history), Poles, Russians, Belarussians, and "unpatriotic" Ukrainians (there were also Ukrainians who courageously helped Poles flee from the maddened Banderites, or Ukrainians who dared marry into another nationality. It was not unknown that Banderites would even murder their own sisters who had married Poles). The victims of these monsters in unknown, but most estimates are well over a quarter of a million.
|What other country celebrates Nazis on stamps?
This is not ancient history. It is present day reality. In 2007 Victor Yushchenko declared the monstrous Bandera, a "hero of the Ukraine" but eventually was forced to withdraw this scandalous proclamation under intense pressure from Nazi-hating Ukrainians.
|One of hundreds of monuments to Bandera
Banderites continue to commit acts of terror and murder (such as the murders in Odessa in 2014 by fascists) in the Ukraine, whilst abroad they successfully infiltrate and control diaspora Ukrainian communities, where their evil ideology flourishes. Perhaps the most high profile offspring of one of the thousands of Nazis who fled to Canada in the immediate postwar years, is Bandera apologist and ultranationalist, Chrystia Freeland. She lied about her evil grandfather's past as a high ranking Nazi collaborator, even going to the extremes of claiming it was "Russian propaganda".
These Banderites were barbarians from hell. What could possess someone to hang infants from trees? This is why in an earlier post I informed you, dear readers, that even the German SS were horrified at the brutality of the Ukrainian Nazis, as the fanatics used hammers, knives, sickles, and axes to literally butcher their victims. They even used horses to rip limbs from living people. Such was their demonic possession.
What is also gravely disturbing is that many so-called "Greek Catholics" are Banderites. As Catholics we must face this fact, and not deny it. Bandera himself was baptised Catholic and educated by Jesuits. Banderism permeates many so-called "Greek Catholic" parishes; it is not unheard of to even hear of priests who are Banderites. Such is the ability of the human mind to deceive itself.
|Shameful Nazi collaborators
I wrote a number of years ago, and it warrants being reiterated today: there will be NO peace in the Ukraine until the horrible scourge of Nazism and fascism is eliminated. It is not unreasonable to see the Ukraine as really three countries, artificially hobbled together by the Bolsheviks. The east: Russians and Russian speaking Ukrainians, the Centre: Ukrainians who wish friendly relations with both Russia and Europe, and western Ukrainian, the main central hub of Nazism and Banderism. Sadly, this is also where the "Greek Catholic" church is strongest. This penetration of the mind and psyche of so many "Greek Catholics" with Banderism is virtually unknown by outsiders, and the Banderites take great care to hide their crimes and sympathies from naive western Europeans, Americans, and Canadians.
The silence on Banderism by so-called "traditional" Catholics who are ranting on about the "KGB" (apparently Archbishop Vigano is a "Soviet" agent), calling for the "destruction of Muscovy" (sounds like Azov/Nazi agitprop), and busy spending their days vomiting CIA-MI6 war propaganda speaks to astonishing ignorance, ingrained Russophobia due to decades of brainwashing, or actual malice (in other words, these people are sympathetic to fascism, to Banderism).