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Does fascism exist in Ukraine?

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Does fascism exist in Ukraine?Alas, yes. Twilight Bandera thicken over Ukraine and threaten to turn into impenetrable darkness


Honestly, I did not think that after the Odessa Khatyn, the existence of fascism in Ukraine needs to be proved. All too obvious. And yet…

The topic of the article was suggested to me by the behavior of Leonid Kravchuk at one of the round tables so popular in Ukraine. Former ardent communist, secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine on ideology, an implacable fighter against “Ukrainian bourgeois nationalism”, and then the first president of independent Ukraine became insulting for not so long-standing enemies, and at the same time for “euromaidan”. It's a shame because someone dares to call them all fascists.

Leonid Makarovich considered this an insult to Ukrainian patriots. In response, another participant of the round table, deputy of the Kharkiv Regional Council, Vladimir Alekseev, noted that even in 1940, Stepan Bandera called the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) "part of the all-European fascist movement." But the dodgy Kravchuk immediately “retorted”: “We don’t have a party named after Stepan Bandera today!” And he showed either his own ignorance or (most likely!) Hypocrisy.

First, the notorious “Right Sector” - the shock force of the “Euromaidan” - was created on the basis of the organization “Trident”, which bears the name of Stepan Bandera.

Secondly, the “euromaidan” itself was held under the Bandera, i.e. fascist banners and slogans. It is quite characteristic that, having captured the building of the Kiev mayor's office, euromaidouns hung out a huge portrait of Bandera there.

Not Taras Shevchenko! Not Mikhail Hrushevsky! Not Simone Petlyura! Not even the founder of the OUN Evgen Konovalets, who, although he collaborated with the Nazis, but was eliminated before the beginning of the Second World War and, therefore, formally can not bear direct responsibility for the crimes of wartime. This is a fact: the allegedly democratic “euromaidan” took place against the background of the image of the leader of the Ukrainian fascists, the accomplice of the German occupiers, the terrorist and the murderer Stepan Bandera.

Finally, political figures who came to power as a result of “euromaidan” are the ideological heirs of the then OUN people and, in general, do not hide this.

So you should not be offended by the name of the fascists in this case.

* * *

However, Leonid Kravchuk, denying the existence of Bandera in the country, is not alone. It cost Vladimir Putin at the beginning of March this year to declare that the Crimea will never be Bandera, as they giggled, as if on command, journalists serving the Ukrainian authorities. Say, what else Bandera Crimea? This is what I thought! No Ukraine Bandera! One master of the radio microphone, not bright with intellect, but with a pretense of originality, even tried to sharpen: “Bandera in Ukraine is like a chupakabra - nobody saw them, but everyone is afraid! Hee hee hee! ”

However, it was not always the case that representatives of the second oldest profession turned out to cheat a given topic together. There were inconsistencies when, for example, a certain Vladimir Vyatrovich, who called himself a historian, was invited to broadcast on the First Channel of the Ukrainian Radio. This activist was an activist of “euromaidan” and at the beginning of it stood on the podium in the front rows (then more significant figures climbed into it and pushed Vyatrovich back to the background).

The invitee was supposed to ridicule the "mythical Bandera threat." But he was clearly not in a humorous mood, and right off the bat he declared that only “shovels”, carriers of “shovel ideology”, could oppose Bandera. Then he began to say that there are a lot of such “scoops” in the south-east of the country, they pose a threat to the Ukrainian statehood, which means that they should be dealt with accordingly. “This is not a question of ideology, it is a question of security,” Vyatrovich once again emphasized in conclusion. And thus confirmed in person: Bandera in Ukraine is a reality.

Soon, Mr. Vyatrovich was appointed director of the Ukrainian Institute of National Memory, where he now has the opportunity to brainwash ordinary Ukrainians. And in the South-East, the Ukrainian authorities began to solve the "security issue", taking up the fight against the bearers of the "soviet ideology."

Vyatrovich - no exception, rather - the rule. Some other fans and followers of Stepan Bandera after the "euromaidan" made a career more abruptly. Representatives of the national-radical All-Ukrainian Union "Freedom" occupied posts in the government, headed the General Prosecutor's Office, a number of regional and district administrations. And about. Head of the Security Service of Ukraine is closely connected with the "Right Sector". And the so-called national democrats who share power today with national-radicals, in practice, are not much different from the latter. Together they pursue a policy which, in my opinion, can rightly be called fascist.

* * *

Judge for yourself. According to various political and political reference books, signs of the fascist regime are totalitarianism, nationalism, xenophobia, statism, extremism, militarism, anti-communism.

With totalitarianism, everything is obvious. The power in Ukraine seeks to control all spheres of public life. It is not only the political opposition that is suppressed. Dissent is prohibited everywhere. Freedom of speech, freedom of creativity is increasingly restricted. It came to the point that the demonstration of Russian television series and movies is considered seditious, where among the good characters there are law enforcement officers or the military. But the “soap operas” of Russian production can still be shown, although the new Minister of Culture has already expressed the wish that such products should be duplicated in the Ukrainian language.

For the sake of justice, it is necessary to recognize that with respect to language some liberalism is still allowed. As one pro-European journalist put it: “Now you shouldn’t force the residents of the south-eastern regions to speak Ukrainian. This question is not at the right time. ” “By the time” he will probably be when the authorities succeed (if they succeed!) To quell unrest in the Donbas.

Everything is clear with nationalism. This ideology is confessed by representatives of the regime frankly. The sharpness is added by the fact that we are talking about an artificially created nation. The more zealous are the “Ukrainian nationalists” (more correctly, they are called separatists) in fomenting Russophobic sentiments.

Another sign of fascism is xenophobia, hatred of the “alien”, specifically, of the Russian, visible in modern Ukraine with the naked eye. The statism is also vividly manifested - the preaching of the maximum subordination of the interests of the individual and certain social groups to the interests of the state. The slogan “Ukraine above all!” Has long been promoted by national-radicals, and is now being implemented by national democrats who are in power.

Militarism is the principle of the use of force in resolving conflicts, including internal ones. Extremism - commitment to extreme measures. All this is vividly demonstrated in Odessa on May 2 and continues to be on display today at the "pacification" of Donbass. In addition, the regime in its punitive actions relies primarily on pro-government extremist groups.

Finally anti-communism. The question of banning the Communist Party has already been put on the agenda. And the fact that it is not democratic does not interest anyone in power.

As you can see, the signs of fascism are obvious. What more proof is needed? The answer to the question in the headline can only be given, alas, in the affirmative. Twilight Bandera thicken over Ukraine and threaten to turn into an impenetrable darkness with very dire consequences. What to do?

* * *

At one time, the outstanding Ukrainian poet Vasyl Symonenko wrote a remarkable poem “No, Ukraine has not died!”. This is a curse for Banderovites who were outraged in the country during the Nazi occupation. These self-proclaimed “patriots” would have destroyed Ukraine and its people, “When I used to,” I quote the poet in Russian, “the Ukraine could be helped, the Moskans did not return from the east.”

It seems that these lines are very relevant today.
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  1. mig31
    mig31 27 May 2014 07: 16
    +9
    There is, my grandfathers didn’t finish it, at one time I beat the muzzle, but it didn’t help, but now I have to wet it by burning the very concept in a place with flesh ...
    1. BYV
      BYV 27 May 2014 07: 22
      +5
      To deny the obvious is more than silly. After all, even "Fat for Ukraine!" Bandera greeting. However, these are external signs, but what the new "heroes" are capable of - this was clearly demonstrated by Odessa.
      1. 225chay
        225chay 27 May 2014 08: 46
        +2
        Quote: BYV
        To deny the obvious is more than silly. After all, even "Fat for Ukraine!" Bandera greeting. However, these are external signs, but what the new "heroes" are capable of - this was clearly demonstrated by Odessa.


        Fascism introduced and imposed on Ukrainians from Europe is evident!
        1. yushch
          yushch 27 May 2014 11: 35
          0
          No one brought it in or imposed it. Not completely strangled after the Great Patriotic War, he sat quietly in a hole, and when the Great Country weakened, he crawled out and began to gain strength. I hope he doesn’t have much time left.
    2. Wels75
      Wels75 27 May 2014 08: 00
      +1
      It’s sad to state, but he was reborn! On this wave of nationalism 23 years ago Ukropia was secession and after that it hit more and more with the brains of youth. As a result, we, or rather, they have that brown doe.m.o. which spread throughout western and central Ukraine. And it does not stop attempts to fill the southeast with its stink !!!
      Death to fascism !!! Victory will be ours!!!
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      2. ispaniard
        ispaniard 27 May 2014 08: 10
        +4
        Freedom SOUTHEAST !!!
  2. lord
    lord 27 May 2014 07: 17
    0
    talked on one of the sites with a man from Kiev, Putin is to blame for the Bondarians; no, it's the Russian media in Kiev, everything is good, what the hell can you prove
    1. ArhipenkoAndrey
      ArhipenkoAndrey 27 May 2014 08: 46
      +2
      And the Ukrainians living in Russia, whose relatives are on the outskirts, are also watered and accused of all Ukraine’s problems, and the most interesting is that they are not very poor and got everything in the civil service in Russia, in general, an oil painting, or rather fat.
      1. Fish supervision
        Fish supervision 27 May 2014 11: 35
        +1
        So let them squeeze in dill, I should fuck them for propaganda. I do not like Russia, welcome to our native lands to fertilize with their corpses the black soil am
  3. Roman1970
    Roman1970 27 May 2014 07: 29
    +5
    Propaganda, gentlemen! We have already discussed it many times ... For 20 years they have hammered the distorted history into the heads of young people ... The results are obvious ... Some "jumping" on the street are worth something ... It was very strange for me to observe. For example, I am proud that I am "m. S. Ka l" and after seeing these "jumpers" I laughed for a long time ...
  4. PValery53
    PValery53 27 May 2014 07: 57
    +1
    From Kiev, not only the last of Bandera, but also Goebbels, act "effectively". The treatment will be painful. Cauterization ...
    1. 787nkx
      787nkx 27 May 2014 09: 45
      0
      Treatment does not help here, the patient should feel all stages of the disease.
      After that, either death or immunity to the source of the disease.
  5. Gypsy girl
    Gypsy girl 27 May 2014 08: 03
    +4
    But what else is this if not fascism? At what the brains filtered not only young people born and raised in an independent, but also the older generation ...
  6. Kilo-11
    Kilo-11 27 May 2014 08: 15
    +1
    Yes, you don’t have to prove anything to these Ukrainian neighbors, let them boil in your borscht as much as you like, it’s their business. We must say, with examples and without them, that the Nazis rule in Ukraine with us !!! So that we don’t get to this. He is intensely preparing for the fact that this .... will climb to us and prepare not only security officials, but the whole people, the whole country. Help people who are fighting in the Ukraine against the Nazis. And not 23 years of Ukrainians brought up in hatred for us and much more! So now they are fulfilling the blue dream - you can kill us as much as you like. lubaya dream is almost sacred.
    1. Fish supervision
      Fish supervision 27 May 2014 11: 41
      +1
      This is definitely a blue dream, there can be no bluer. Highly live caches and best friend and partner in sex Bandera fellow
  7. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 27 May 2014 08: 29
    +1
    And you read the "works" of Yushchenko's wife-Russians should be slaves of Ukrainians, how to work! Whoever does not want to work is subject to destruction! Petya PARAShenko is Yushchenko's godfather. Maybe after that the doubts will disappear?
  8. mackonya
    mackonya 27 May 2014 08: 53
    +1
    The title of the article sounds like a rhetorical question that does not require an answer. In general, one should ask the question - "has fascism always existed in Ukraine?" This would be interesting to know, in any case, two signs have long been inherent in Ukraine, these are Russophobic and xenophobic sentiments among a certain part of the population.
  9. another RUSICH
    another RUSICH 27 May 2014 08: 57
    +2
    Surprising dullness and passivity of gray ukromassa. Even in the Donbass. They are swept by MiGs, and hefty men in slippers with frightened faces tell reporters how it was. Ugh. It's disgusting. Damn, take Kalash, and blow where you are waiting for your help, and you, a little bitch with women in the basement, sit out! And so is all of Ukraine! What kind of Russians are you? You have the Kraintsy, or rather, the Khataskraits! Rams
    1. sso-xnumx
      sso-xnumx 27 May 2014 09: 21
      0
      That's it. This is a complete degradation of the Ukrainian population. Not the people, but the population. Some shoot for the fact that others do not want to fight. And others calmly allow themselves to be killed. So then who is more of a slave? Are we Russians of any nationality about whom liberals write everywhere that slavery is a genetic condition? Or good Ukrainians? Who goes to slaughter like animals in a meat factory? Who has more pride and freedom? Have ukrov, gayropeytsev, or the RUSSIAN PEOPLE?
    2. yushch
      yushch 27 May 2014 12: 45
      +1
      Of course, I'm sorry, but when you are swept by MIGs, what can a simple man do? Heroically die? Time, it takes time. A people rises in full force when external enemies attack. And now they’ll get the hell out of a situation without a glass.
  10. andj61
    andj61 27 May 2014 09: 10
    +1
    Found this poem V. Simonenko. Sounds very strong and relevant today.
    Vasil SIMONENKO
    (1935-1963)

    HI DID NOT DIE UKRAINE!

    I greeted with you in the days of suvori,
    Kohl vogniv Chervonі iziki
    Zagli vіd zemlі pіd samі zorі
    І rode the sky of the litaka.

    Todi people called you dogs
    Bo vlizm nimtsyam postoli,
    Shouted "Heil" in hoarse bass
    І "I haven't died yet ..." they roared in a voice.

    De vi іshli - there pustka i Ruina,
    І the corpses did not move to the pits, -
    Spit the blood of "Nenko Ukraine"
    Mordy you and your hazyam.

    We drank b already її, nebogu,
    We sold us all over the world,
    If it were used for a podmogu
    They didn’t return "m o s k a l i" right away ..

    Now I know, having called the bones,
    Torguєte i wholesale, i vrozdrіb,
    New katіv ask in the guest
    In Ukrainian Salo and Hlib.

    You will be thrown on aliens
    Already docks dіdko vsіh not pick up,
    Bo know - Ukraine has not yet died
    І do not die!
  11. mamont5
    mamont5 27 May 2014 09: 11
    +4
    "Does fascism exist in Ukraine?"

    Yes, since February 2014 at the state level. Previously, he was also, but shyly covered himself, and now he has become insolent, gained strength and got out in all his disgusting "beauty".
  12. sso-xnumx
    sso-xnumx 27 May 2014 09: 17
    +1
    He said that only “scoops”, carriers of “soviet ideology” can oppose Bandera. Then he began to say that there were a lot of such “scoops”

    Soooo, I’ve found a scoop. Pancake! Where did the broom hurt?
  13. Ilik
    Ilik 27 May 2014 09: 28
    +2
    Found this poem V. Simonenko. Sounds very strong and relevant today.

    I agree. It clings to the soul.


    Vasily SIMONENKO
    (1935-1963)

    No, Ukraine did not die!

    I met you in terrible hours
    When the lights are crimson tongues
    They climbed to the stars with evil "Messers"
    And tore the sky to pieces.

    Then people called you dogs,
    After all, you licked the boots for the Germans,
    Shouted "Heil" hoarse bass,
    Roared "She didn’t die yet ..." into fists.

    Where did you go - there is a desert and ruins,
    And for the dead there weren’t enough pits ...
    Spat blood "nenka Ukraine"
    And in the face of you and your masters.

    I’d drink, unfortunate, by golly,
    And they would have sold us to the ends of the earth ...
    When would Ukraine help?
    Mockali did not return from the east.

    Now you are again, having tied a pile of bones,
    You trade in the capital and in the village.
    And you call new executioners,
    On Ukrainian lard and bread.

    You will roam in a foreign land
    Until the devil takes you all.
    But you know - Ukraine did not die
    And will not die!
    (C)
    translation from Ukrainian
    M. Akhmedova-Kolyubakina
  14. Gavril
    Gavril 27 May 2014 09: 51
    +1
    ispaniard
    “Fight and you can die. Run away and live for a while. And after many years, dying in your beds, you will be ready to give all these years for the opportunity to return, return here and tell the enemies that they can take our lives from us, but they will never take away our freedom! ”
  15. Corporal
    Corporal 27 May 2014 09: 59
    +1
    Ukrainians are mistaken in the main. They think that they are deciding something in this situation, that something depends on them, that their opinion is worth something. And since they openly deny fascism, it means there is none. A hungover morning is just around the corner.
  16. liberal
    liberal 27 May 2014 10: 04
    -6
    What is fascism? it is state totalitarian militaristic nationalism, which also has a clear anti-communist orientation. of all this, only nationalism and anti-communism can be tied to Ukraine.
    in this sense, today's Russia will be even closer to fascism. statism in our country is already a part of social ideology, we do not have totalitarianism yet, but there is quite strong authoritarianism, step by step becoming more and more totalitarian. everything is clear about militarism. more complicated with nationalism, formally it in state. there is no ideology, or rather, it does not exist in the Hitler version; it exists in the form of such Russian senility, in which all other nations and peoples of the former USSR, including inside Russia, these are such nondonations that the great Russian people fed, watered and put to bed, well, along the way, taught to go to the toilet and get fire. therefore, a step to the right a step to the left from under the wing of the Russian Federation is considered an escape and should be punished.
    as far as anti-communism is concerned, in my understanding this attribute was rather purely situational in nature, as part of the confrontation between Germany and the USSR. and in principle, communism in its real, not theoretical, book incarnations is a variant of fascism.
    so why did the Ukrainians turn out to be “fascists”? it's about symbolism. Bandera and Shukhevych, who collaborated with Nazi Germany, seem to embody fascism, and it was they who became the symbols of the new Ukraine. and the symbol of today's Russia is precisely the victory over fascist Germany, which in our understanding makes us anti-fascists for life.
    the current Ukrainian mess is a clash of two Nazisms, Ukrainian and Russian, that looks like a clash of symbolism, hence the labels “fascists” and “commies”.
    1. Uncle lee
      Uncle lee 27 May 2014 10: 45
      +5
      Compare x ... with a finger!
    2. Fish supervision
      Fish supervision 27 May 2014 11: 44
      0
      Sorry dear plusanul not reading fool
    3. wulf66
      wulf66 27 May 2014 12: 30
      0
      What to take from you? One label says it all - LIBERAL, no further reading needed.
      1. dmb
        dmb 27 May 2014 14: 59
        0
        And you try not to stick the label "liberal", but to refute it with evidence. It is clear that the label is simpler, named and no need to think. Even in the most scientific books, concepts are described based on the existing ideology. For the enlightened West and our current government, no matter how certain the public on the site was irritated by this, the socialist society was totalitarian and militaristic. The West considers the present society to be the same, but Vlast and its singers do not consider themselves to be such. At the same time, they urge to separate the Caucasus, drive out migrants, take Kiev (just in case, the capital of another state). Of course, the venerable Liberal went too far with fascism. We now have the most Western-style democracy. However, try on the definition of fascism to the United States or France, get about the same. To be honest, in Soviet "totalitarianism with militarism" my life was much calmer and more comfortable.
    4. Zverboy
      Zverboy 27 May 2014 18: 35
      +2
      You are largely right, after Russia squeezed Crimea, the majority of the population of Ukraine, both young and old, now perceive Russia as hostile. Well, they don't believe in good-neighborly relations now. And this now unites masses of people against the "common aggressor", so I think the so-called "Novorossiya" will not have broad support in the south-east. Unless it is publicly announced, go to Russia, s
      / n 3 times higher, communal apartment 3 times less ... I.e. it’s necessary to bribe people in a trite way, and then after the Crimea, patriots for Russia have greatly diminished, I think so.
      And yet, the system of minuses and pluses on this site does not justify itself. So they banned good opponents, loading them with minuses and what became better? When one disagrees with his point of view, a mass of opponents is attacked. As a result, a lot of interesting people left the site, and the rest in chorus sing a song not very different from the general line, something like that ...
  17. Giant thought
    Giant thought 27 May 2014 10: 33
    0
    Fascism in Ukraine is real, like water in a river, like chernozem in a Ukrainian garden. He, like a weed, appeared in this garden, grew, grew stronger, because he did not weed on time. Now, to get it out of there, you need to apply all available methods of agricultural technology.
  18. max422
    max422 27 May 2014 10: 43
    0
    Fascism in Ukraine did not disappear at all, they just hid it until 2004 and after that they started to crawl out - who was off the shame and who just took off the mask ...
  19. galser
    galser 27 May 2014 10: 46
    +1
    Does Ukraine exist? So .. the territory between Russia and Europe. Laying as you do not twist.
  20. sub307
    sub307 27 May 2014 11: 16
    0
    And for someone else this is a question?
  21. Grigorievich
    Grigorievich 27 May 2014 12: 09
    +1
    Quote: liberal
    What is fascism? it is state totalitarian militaristic nationalism, which also has a clear anti-communist orientation. of all this, only nationalism and anti-communism can be tied to Ukraine.
    in this sense, today's Russia will be even closer to fascism. statism in our country is already a part of social ideology, we do not have totalitarianism yet, but there is quite strong authoritarianism, step by step becoming more and more totalitarian. everything is clear about militarism. more complicated with nationalism, formally it in state. there is no ideology, or rather, it does not exist in the Hitler version; it exists in the form of such Russian senility, in which all other nations and peoples of the former USSR, including inside Russia, these are such nondonations that the great Russian people fed, watered and put to bed, well, along the way, taught to go to the toilet and get fire. therefore, a step to the right a step to the left from under the wing of the Russian Federation is considered an escape and should be punished.
    as far as anti-communism is concerned, in my understanding this attribute was rather purely situational in nature, as part of the confrontation between Germany and the USSR. and in principle, communism in its real, not theoretical, book incarnations is a variant of fascism.
    so why did the Ukrainians turn out to be “fascists”? it's about symbolism. Bandera and Shukhevych, who collaborated with Nazi Germany, seem to embody fascism, and it was they who became the symbols of the new Ukraine. and the symbol of today's Russia is precisely the victory over fascist Germany, which in our understanding makes us anti-fascists for life.
    the current Ukrainian mess is a clash of two Nazisms, Ukrainian and Russian, that looks like a clash of symbolism, hence the labels “fascists” and “commies”.

    Damn, I pressed the wrong button, plus I got it. Please take revenge.
    1. Drednout
      Drednout 27 May 2014 14: 12
      +1
      Quote: Grigorievich
      Please take revenge

      No problem. Also damn - liberal - anti-fascist. Found the symbols - Bandera and Sluthevych!
  22. another RUSICH
    another RUSICH 27 May 2014 20: 49
    0
    Quote: yushch
    Of course, I'm sorry, but when you are swept by MIGs, what can a simple man do? Heroically die? Time, it takes time. A people rises in full force when external enemies attack. And now they’ll get the hell out of a situation without a glass.

    It was necessary to do earlier, before the moment. And there everyone clings to the mines like mongrel for a bone. When long ago, conditions could have dictated to Kiev. What, there’s little weapons storage in the Donetsk region? In Lviv, they quickly figured out where to get it. You just need to tear it from the sofa and go to drive these bitches to Lviv
  23. dzau
    dzau 29 May 2014 03: 21
    0
    Quote: liberal
    What is fascism? it is state totalitarian militaristic nationalism, which also has a clear anti-communist orientation. of all this, only nationalism and anti-communism can be tied to Ukraine.

    Other signs:
    1) The cult of personality - Bandera and Co., where are without them?
    2) Militarism: hello, the National Guards and the army thrown at the people; hello hysteria about the "Russian threat" and the "putler occupants"; Hello parades "Galicia" and other fucking barks, Narnia soldiers. Hello, frantic spending on armaments with an empty budget and the country's classification as "bankrupt".
    3) Extremism: the prohibition of the native language for half of the population, "hto ne skache, toy mosk **** l", absolute intolerance and the declaration of "bandits" and "terrorists" of entire regions, whose population does not share the Maydan enthusiasm, with calls to burn them out under the root, including. h. "atomic weapons". All this from officials, on television and from the stands.
    4) Elements of populism: ode, low start to the European Union - and paradise will come; gas kats ** py will supply for themselves and pay extra; Crimea will return tomorrow, and Rostov Region will seize upon itself, and so on and so forth.
    5) Declaration of reliance on broad strata of the "simple" population: well, yak, Maidan was done by an ordinary zapadensky sower who could not bear oligarchic oppression and lawlessness.

    **
    And finally: undisguised wearing of German uniforms, glorification and parades in honor of the SS formations from the local contingent, the monuments and the heroization of various Banderas - functionaries of the 3rd Reich, swastikas and uplifted greetings - and all this, I emphasize, with the participation officials, the current government (which they took - on the shoulders of these same militants) - this is all in Russia, Dada.

    The ban on celebrating Victory Day and similar holidays, symbols associated with the victory over fascism; the abolition of criminal articles for the propaganda of fascism - also, of course, the Russian Federation. Well, not Ukraine, indeed!

    You are either stupid or raving.