The Prime Minister of Canada may publish a list of Nazi criminals living in the country

The Prime Minister of Canada may publish a list of Nazi criminals living in the country

After World War II, many former Nazis suddenly became Canadians. In the 80s of the last century, the Jules Deschene commission studied this issue, the archives of which are now going to be carefully studied by the Canadian authorities.

This was reported by journalists from the American television channel CBS.

The Deschenes Commission was formed by order of the then Prime Minister of Canada, Brian Mulroney. The results of her work were described in a report consisting of two sections. The first contained instructions on how to facilitate the process of extraditing former Nazis to other countries. And the second presented a list of names of identified war criminals. Then, in the 80s, only the first part of the report was published, and the second remained closed to the general public.

Since then, many in Canada and abroad have advocated for the release of these lists. In particular, the Jewish international organizations B'nai B'rith and Friends of the Simon Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust Studies insist on this.

Canadians need to learn more about the shameful stories a country that hosted countless Nazi collaborators after World War II

- CBS journalists say.

This problem has become especially relevant after the recent scandal with the honoring of SS soldier Yaroslav Gunko in the Canadian Parliament.

After this incident, the speaker of this legislative body left his post, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may publish a list of Nazi criminals living in the country, as he publicly announced yesterday.
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  1. +1
    5 October 2023 11: 26
    He’s trying to pay off, like dumping them so that he can remain clean??? Oh well.
    1. +2
      5 October 2023 11: 37
      I remember in England there was such a prime minister, D. Major, who was openly called “Teflon” for his ability to wash off the stickiest guano.

      You can safely apply the same definition to Trudeau and be sure that he will wash off Bandera’s shortcomings painlessly and will also declare that it was the Russians who sent Ukrainian bandits and rapists to Canada so that they would ruin the “peace-loving” reputation of kind and gentle Canadians.
    2. +1
      5 October 2023 11: 58
      Would activists from Jewish organizations also want to communicate with the Vatican, which participated in issuing false documents to the Nazis and in creating “secret paths” along which criminals fled from Europe?
  2. +2
    5 October 2023 11: 27
    Well, it will be published, so what? Will citizenship be deprived or issued upon request? From the category - both the wolves are fed and the sheep are safe.
    1. 0
      5 October 2023 12: 00
      Or: well, here’s a list for you, read it, we won’t do anything anyway!
    2. 0
      5 October 2023 23: 56
      If they officially publish, then something will have to be done with these “citizens”... The question is - what exactly?.. Again, with the official publication of the names of the Nazis, the result is some kind of idiocy. I mean, the Canadian authorities knew a long time ago about the murky past of some of their “citizens” and deliberately hid it... Well, well. They won't publish it.
  3. +1
    5 October 2023 11: 30
    When Trudeau found out that the Nazis were sending people like him to crematoriums, he ran and made a list.
  4. 0
    5 October 2023 11: 32
    In theory, this list should be transferred to the ICC, although in our eyes this ICC is no different from those who were welcomed in Canada.
  5. +3
    5 October 2023 11: 35
    Trudeau may publish list of Nazi criminals living in country
    If the list includes everyone who received asylum in Canada, and not just the living, then native Canadians will be stupefied by the environment in which they lived for many years.
  6. 0
    5 October 2023 11: 37
    Everything is wrong, we must first make a roadmap, then a project route, invite a crisis manager, hold a billion meetings and make a national project. He decided to get off with the list like a schoolboy in Chesslovo
  7. HAM
    5 October 2023 11: 43
    The Jews from "Simon's Friends" stirred up a quiet Canadian swamp, the release of biogas began... and this will end...
  8. +2
    5 October 2023 11: 45
    “It may publish...”, or it may not publish. Well, okay, they’ll publish it. And then what? Will they be deprived of citizenship? Are they deported at the place where the crimes were committed? Will they be judged? I doubt it very much!
  9. +1
    5 October 2023 11: 53
    The Prime Minister of Canada may publish a list of Nazi criminals living in the country

    How could it be, he didn’t even know anything about this Gunko. And now he is going to publish all the hidden and still living Nazi mercenaries.

    First on his list should be the grandfather of his first deputy, Minister of Finance, Chrystia Freeland.
    Even if her grandfather is no longer alive. Trudeau must prove in practice that he is seriously fighting not only the criminals themselves, but also their children and grandchildren, who are essentially Nazis like them.
  10. 0
    5 October 2023 11: 57
    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may release the list

    Maybe doesn't mean it will be published! The Yankees will shout and that will be the end of it! They have complete freedom to carry out orders from Fashington!
  11. 0
    5 October 2023 12: 31
    The Prime Minister of Canada may publish a list of Nazi criminals living in the country

    Basically it can't. Before the coup of 14, there were about 3,5 million Ukrainians living in Canada, and now there are about 4,5 million. These are all voters and a fairly significant part of the population of the country’s 35 million population
  12. 0
    5 October 2023 13: 51
    The most interesting thing here is that such a list exists at all.
  13. 0
    5 October 2023 14: 41
    The Prime Minister of Canada cannot publish such a list because, once, Canada has been a territory controlled by London since its founding, Two, a lot of very inconvenient questions and decisions will arise. Three, they will substitute the crown, i.e. England. Four, the politician’s rating and you will have to resign and go under someone else’s passport from Canada within an hour.
  14. 0
    5 October 2023 15: 31
    The Prime Minister of Canada may publish a list of Nazi criminals living in the country
    Or maybe not publish it! Does he need it?
  15. 0
    5 October 2023 17: 08
    The entire US space program, or rather almost all of it, was made by the Nazis Von Braun, but I’m generally silent about Fort Detrek and Issia Shiro.. All the fanatical doctors of Detachment 731 of the Imperial Japanese Army, which was supervised by the prince of the ruling house of Imperial Japan, were sheltered by the amers from just retribution. And the ruling house of the Japanese Empire also got away with it...

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