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Tuesday, 3 July 2018

Andriy Parubiy, a Ukrainian neo-Nazi is given a welcome at the heart of the US Foreign Policy Establishment

Congress welcomes an actual fascist as Nazi violence rages in Ukraine

A disturbing video on the reception by the American Foreign Policy Council, a conservative think tank at the heart of the US political establishment for Andriy Parubiy, the Speaker of Ukraine's parliament and the founder of two neo-Nazi organisations in Ukraine, the Social National Party of Ukraine and the Patriot of Ukraine.
Neo-Nazi Parubiy welcomed at the heart of the US Foreign Policy Establishment

In 2010  Parubiy asked the European Parliament to reconsider its negative reaction to former Ukrainian President Victor Yushchenko's decision to award Stepan Bandera, the leader of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, the title of Hero of Ukraine. The programe of the faction of OUN that Bandera led stated that

The Jews in the USSR constitute the most faithful support of the ruling Bolshevik regime, and the vanguard of Muscovite imperialism in Ukraine. The Muscovite-Bolshevik government exploits the anti-Jewish sentiments of the Ukrainian masses to divert their attention from the true cause of their misfortune and to channel them in a time of frustration into pogroms on Jews. The OUN combats the Jews as the prop of the Muscovite-Bolshevik regime and simultaneously it renders the masses conscious of the fact that the principal foe is Moscow.[62]
Stepan Bandera - awarded the Hero of Ukraine was a Nazi collaborator whose organisation was responsible for at least 100,000 deaths - Parubly asked the European Parliament to reconsider its hostility to the award
OUN perpetrated the massacres of Poles in Volhynia, and in early 1944, ethnic cleansings also spread to Eastern Galicia. It is estimated that more than 35,000 and up to 60,000[55] Poles, mostly women and children along with unarmed men, were killed during the spring and summer campaign of 1943 in Volhynia, and up to 100,000 if other regions (Eastern Galicia) are included.[56][57]  


We can of course assume that Israel and the Zionist organisations will have nothing to say about this kind of support for anti-semitism.

Tony Greenstein

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