#Commentary of Vladimir Bidyovka on governmental support of Nazi ideology in Ukraine
The propagation of Nazi ideology in Ukraine is promoted with the support of official authorities. A lecture on the Nazi criminal and the Reichsfuhrer of the SS Himmler was held in Kiev. A lecturer was a PhD student of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kiev.
Guests were invited to familiarize themselves with the biography, political and military career of Himmler. What was it for?! Aren’t there a lot of historical references about this character’s criminal acts? Perhaps, the lectures aimed to present Hitler’s associate in a different way and, so to speak, to adopt his experience?
Much has already been done in this direction. Heraldic symbol wolfsangel or “wolf hook” ‘decorates’ Neo-Nazis in Ukrainian voluntary armed formations, and the emblem of the Azov Battalion (an organization prohibited in the DPR – Ed.) is not visually different from the emblem of the SS Division “Das Reich”. In addition, so-called death squads, which were organized by Himmler, hid a direct connection with a government, while they were encouraged by it. They have their analogy in Ukraine and have already started hunting for those who dissent with the Kiev regime. I would like to remind that the law on amnesty for the ATO participants was signed by the Ukrainian president.
The Neo-Nazi regime has already removed many facts from Ukrainian history textbooks and some of them are misrepresented or even invented. According to present trends, the current Kiev ideologists are going to seriously mock over the heirs of victory, who live in the territory controlled by Kiev, in the near future: Ukrainian schoolchildren, most of whom are the off springs of those who died in the struggle for the Motherland by the hands of criminals like Himmler, will study the biography of Himmler and adopt his experience. The re-creation of Ukrainian nationalism by the Nazi workbooks will lead to the destruction of Ukraine. It has already collapsed. And a huge price is the most terrible thing in all this.
Vladimir Bidyovka, the DPR People’s Council deputy