Alexander Kurenkov: It is sacrilege both to honour Bandera and express condolences to victims of Auschwitz
The West is beginning to understand the neo-Nazi basis of the Kiev regime. This was stated by Deputy of the DPR’s People’s Council Alexander Kurenkov in an interview to the official website of the DPR.
ʺContradictions in political rhetoric have become a calling card of post-Maidan Ukraine. Poroshenko used to have the same exact issue and Zelensky continues this notorious tradition. Speaking at the event, which took place in Poland and was dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the Soviet Army’s liberation of Auschwitz and Holocaust Remembrance Day, the president of Ukraine committed blasphemy.
One cannot simultaneously honour an anti-Semite and executioner of the Jewish people Stepan Bandera and express condolences to the victims of German Nazism, of which he was a servant. Publications posted on the CIA website finally put an end to who Bandera was, whose birthday was sumptuously celebrated in Kiev on January 1.
The world community is gradually seeing and realizing the monstrous, inhumane ideological basis of the Kiev regime. Zelensky’s attempts to disguise Ukrainian neo-Nazism look extremely unsightly. The Ukrainian authorities should either renounce Hitler’s servants or not touch the memory of Holocaust victims,ʺ the parliamentarian said.