A Ukrainian Deputy Congratulated Hitler on His Birthday

Translated by Ollie Richardson



The deputy of the Lvov city council Maryana Batyuk published on a social network a congratulatory message in honor of the 128th anniversary of the birth of the leader of Nazi Germany Adolf Hitler, reports the Ukrainian “Zaxid.net” publication.

“He’s a great person, whatever one may think,” she wrote on her page on Facebook.

Further, Batyuk provided two quotes from the ideologist of fascism from his book “Mein Kampf” forbidden in the Russian Federation and added Hitler’s photo to the post.

However, approximately one hour after the publication of her post the deputy deleted it.

The 28-year-old Batyuk became a deputy in 2015 from the Svoboda party. Recently she registered in the Lvov City Council a draft bill on banning the performance of songs in Russian.

She also works as a history teacher and the deputy director for educational work at one of the local schools. The director of the educational institution promised to have a preventive discussion with Batyuk concerning her message.

Adolf Hitler was born on April 20 in 1889 in the Austrian village of Ranshofen. He was the founder and the central figure of national socialism and the founder of the Third Reich dictatorship. His politics became one of the main reasons for the beginning of World War II.

UPDATE: A bit of digging into the past of Ms Batyuk revealed some interesting photos. It would appear that she organised an “educational” excursion to the SS Galicia commemoration event in Lvov that recently took place.


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