Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard
To speak in “independent” Ukraine about the fact that Stepan Bandera and Roman Shukhevych are Nazi criminals will soon be possible only by whispering and in the kitchen. The bill was registered in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine registered, according to which the denial of the “heroism” of thugs from the OUN-UPA is supposed to get a jail term of up to 5 years. It is supposed to punish those who refuse to recognise the honored-by-nationalists Holodomor as genocide by the “damned Moskals”.
It is none other than the oldest Rada Deputy Yuriy Shukhevych – the son of the notorious Hauptmann Roman Shukhevych, whose portraits together with a portrait of Bandera Ukrainian radicals so love to parade around at torchlight procession – who decided to justify his ancestors.
Apparently, he does not at all want his father to be remembered as the commander of the “Nachtigall” battalion, formed from Banderists and trained by German counter-intelligence “Abwehr”. According to historians, the battalion’s record features about 4,000 exterminated civilian Poles and Jews in the summer of 1941 in Lvov. Roman Shukhevych continued his “career” in the 201st security police battalion. The punishers of this unit regularly served “the third Reich”, repeatedly participating in punisher operations against the partisans and the residents of the Belarusian villages in the spring of 1942, killing thousands of people… Since 1944, Roman Shukhevych had the title of “commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army”.
Apparently, it is for this that the then President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko awarded him in 2007 the title of “Hero of Ukraine” (repealed under Yanukovych).
The bill applies to other Ukrainian nationalists of the same period. All of them, according to the ideology of “independent” Ukraine, are now not bandits, but “fighters for independence of Ukraine in the 20th century”. Despite the fact that the CIA recently declassified documents, where it is mentioned: After the Second World War “patronage” over nationalists was taken by the US intelligence services, regularly supplying them with money for sabotage, intelligence, and ideological subversive activities against the USSR.
And if this law is adopted, to speak about the true “feats of these heros” will come with a heavier price: for “public denial of the legitimacy of the struggle for independence of Ukraine in 20th century”, as well as the denial of the “Holodomor in 1932-1933″, it is proposed to issue a fine of 50 tax-free minimum incomes, or jail for up to six months.” And if the authorities or the media dare to tell the truth about the “heroes”, it will be up to 10 thousand non-taxable minimum incomes, or up to 5 years in jail.
“Criminal prosecution for denial of the above facts of genocide and repression will lead to a reduction of anti-Ukrainian propaganda, will raise the Patriotic outlook, and will establish legislative support for mutual respect in society and humanization of social relations in general,” said the author of the bill Yuriy Shukhevych in the explanatory text.
Well, “humanization” is obvious — his father, Hauptmann Roman Shukhevych, for the dislike of Nazism, burned entire villages together with their inhabitants…
Below is the response of Russian journalist Sergey Veselovsky to the proposed OUN-UPA glorification bill.
The state of victorious revanchists.
Millions of descendants of the Winners (Ukrainians whose ancestors fought against fascism in WW2 – ed), without resistance, willingly left their Motherland to be massacred by a bunch of revanchists.
Today, they are confused:
“Maidan didn’t stand for this!”,
“And we’re punished for what?”
“Where is the promised freedom, laced panties, and visa-free?”
That is precisely what Maidan stood, gentlemen!
It is this result that, during seven decades, the Nazi criminals from OUN-UPA, who fled to the United States and Canada to escape punishment, were working for.
It is the aforementioned counties who gave billions of dollars for, and also year after year Ukrainian-speaking “Voice of America” and “Radio Liberty” worked especially for the sake of revenge, and not for the benefit of the population of the former Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic.
The introduction in the Criminal Code and Criminal Procedure Code of Ukraine of an article about the prosecution of anyone who dares to question the heroism, bravery, and greatness of Bandera and the OUN-UPA closes this vicious circle.
You, the descendants of the winners, will now publicly honor Nazi criminals! Or go to jail.
And now, Ukrainians, all together let’s throw your hands in a Nazi salute and bark loudly your “Glory to Ukraine – Glory to heroes!”
And do not be so shy. It’s too late to be shy.
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