The executioner of the Jewish people, Stepan Bandera, is honored in Ukraine, while Zelensky, speaking in Poland at the event on the occasion of the Auschwitz prisoners’ liberation, expresses condolences to the victims of German Nazism, which is outrageous two-facedness, DPR People’s Council deputy Alexander Kurenkov stated.
“Contradictions in political rhetoric became the hallmark of the post-Maidan Ukraine. It used to be Poroshenko’s routine, and Zelensky continued this notorious tradition. But in this case, the Ukrainian president blasphemes when speaking in Poland at the event on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of prisoners from the Nazi Auschwitz (Auschwitz-Birkenau) concentration camp by the Red Army and Holocaust Remembrance Day.
You cannot simultaneously honor the 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. The published CIA archives put a final end to what Bandera was, whose birthday was celebrated with great pomp in Kiev on January 1.
The global community is gradually beginning to see clearly and getting aware of the monstrous, inhuman ideological basis of the Kiev regime. Zelensky’s attempts to disguise Ukrainian neo-Nazism with cynical speeches look extremely unflattering. The Ukrainian authorities must either renounce Hitler’s minions or avoid touching the memory of the Holocaust victims with their dirty hands,” Alexander Kurenkov commented.