Addressing veterans on Victory Day, Ukraine governor pays tribute to Adolf Hitler

by 1389 on May 13, 2014

in 1389 (blog admin), Nazism, Ukraine, World War II

Unbelievable.

The Nazi regime in Ukraine was a machine of mass slaughter.

It liberated no one.

Governor of Kherson region Yuri Odarchenko calls Hitler a ‘liberator’

Addressing the public on a Victory Day, the governor of Ukraine’s southern Kherson region trampled on the feelings of many veterans and desecrated the memory of all those who perished during the war against Nazi Germany by calling Hitler a “liberator.”

Governor of Kherson region Yuri Odarchenko was booed by thousands including WWII veterans when he told the previously cheering crowd that the Soviet Union tried to enslave Ukraine, while Hitler on the other hand tried to bring freedom to their land.

“Those [Soviet] aggressors justified their capture not only by their desire to seize others’ territory and enslave the people, but they also put forward slogans about liberating nations and people that inhabit the lands which Hitler hoped to capture,”  Odarchenko told the crowd.

Painting his version of the events further, he challenged history by saying that “if you read history books, we have a number of documentaries on this, then we see that he [Hitler] first of all put forward a slogan of liberating people from the communist yoke, and liberating people from the tyrant Stalin,”Odarchenko said, sparking anger and outraged by the crowd.

As thousands yelled out “shame”, a young woman with a child approached the governor, stripped him of the microphone, before throwing it away.

Historians, citing data available from Second Secretary of the Regional Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine, shows that Nazi forces in Kherson region killed 72,130 citizens and shipped about 40,000 to Germany to work in labour camps, while Germans ruled a crucial port on the Black Sea and Dnieper River from August 21, 1941 to March 13, 1944. Other historians place the figures at 105,000 Soviet citizens killed and more than 60,000 sent to Germany as slave labor.

As far as Hitler’s vision of liberty and justice for the people of Ukraine, there are those among the veterans who still remember what Nazi reign in Kherson was all about. Many witness accounts of the Nazi’s actions were written down in history books.

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Click here to see how Russia celebrates its veterans.

Now you know why so many people in Ukraine want to join Russia.

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1 Gramfan May 13, 2014 at 7:49 pm

Amazing! Before you know it the PC crowd will be calling Adolph a victim!

I just hope Russia triumphs over the IMF, the EU, NATO Barry and Soros!

2 1389 May 13, 2014 at 10:32 pm

@ Gramfan,

I am truly flabbergasted. I can’t wrap my brain around the fact that people can be so blind.

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