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Ukrainian Embassy in Athens requested to ban the photo exhibition about Donbass

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On Sunday morning, an employee of the Ukrainian Embassy in Athens contacted the rector of the Polytechnic University, Yannis Golyas, asking to ban the photo exhibition “Ordinary Fascism in Ukraine”, which takes place on the territory of the educational institution, reports RIA "News" with reference to one of the employees of the organization "Anti-fascist campaign for Ukraine."

Ukrainian Embassy in Athens requested to ban the photo exhibition about Donbass


The exhibition organizers timed it to the anniversary of the 1973 student uprising of the year against the junta. Before the opening of the exhibition, the rector received a letter signed by representatives of the Ukrainian diaspora, stating that she "represents Ukraine as a fascist country, and Ukrainians as fascists." The authors of the message offered to organize an “alternative exhibition of photographs” of the “memory of the fighters of the antiterrorist operation”.

However, representatives of anti-fascist organizations stated that it is unacceptable to call the "heroes" of the participants in the punitive operation.

Although the Greek media did not cover the photo exhibition, which runs from 15 to 17 in November, thousands of Athens were able to learn the truth about the events in Ukraine. On Sunday, a poster appeared at the entrance to the university: “Greek media, wake up! Tear off the mask from the fascist junta in Kiev to stop the war! ”

The photo exhibition was visited by veteran of the Great Patriotic War, Anna Buburidi, who was greeted with ovations and slogans “Honor and Glory to the Red Army!”.

“All four years of the war I was a nurse at the front. We carried the wounded out of the battlefield — on our shoulders, on trailers, on packs, as we could. “Sister, help, sister, save me,” the wounded asked us. (...) Damned fascism! In Ukraine, we were met - “thank you, thank you for saving us, we are waiting for you, you are our relatives, our Russians”. Fascism wanted to destroy the Soviet Union, all of us. But the Soviet people are inflexible, we survived, ”said the veteran.

Buburidi told the crowd that during the war she did not meet the supporters of fascism in Ukraine.

“What is happening there now worries us very much. We stood and will stand for our Soviet homeland, ”she said.

People met this statement with a storm of applause, the slogans “EAM - ELAS”, “Crush Fascism” sounded in the audience.
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  1. Very old
    Very old 17 November 2014 05: 58
    +13
    Why "asked"?
    Could and demand Really do not obey the Great Power
    1. domokl
      domokl 17 November 2014 06: 23
      +6
      Quote: Very old
      Could and demand Really do not obey the Great Power

      Yes, the Greeks do not care about this great one, to put it mildly ... As in the rest of Europe. Ask, demand, yell about the desire to become a European ... But you were, are and will be dill for a long time. And the fate of dill is one-in-one soup or salting .. And it’s not in the form of a part of the dish, but only lichen, one of the seasonings ... repeat
    2. Oleg NSK
      Oleg NSK 17 November 2014 06: 30
      +3
      alternative photo exhibition


      alternative exhibition ... in the "New Nuremberg" will
      1. stariy
        stariy 17 November 2014 10: 24
        0
        Quote: Oleg NSK
        alternative exhibition ... in the "New Nuremberg" will

        And it will be necessary to carry out it in Slavensk or in Odessa !!
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  2. askort154
    askort154 17 November 2014 06: 01
    +7
    ".... although the Greek media did not cover the photo exhibition .."


    This once again speaks volumes about the "freedom" of the Western media.
    1. domokl
      domokl 17 November 2014 06: 26
      +4
      Quote: askort154
      This once again speaks volumes about the "freedom" of the Western media.

      I agree. But it seems to me that they just considered the exhibition at the university not a very important event. We are all, I mean the generation behind 40-50, for some reason we still believe that we have these fascist ..... will not appear .We brought up others. Only here they appear, their mother’s children ... recourse
  3. shishakova
    shishakova 17 November 2014 06: 01
    +3
    Fascism, albeit to a small degree, has always been alive.
    And precisely because we did not stop individual hooligan actions, it flourished in Ukraine.
    Although now it is necessary to call crimes by their proper names, fight the whole World with them.
    1. Revolver
      Revolver 17 November 2014 06: 28
      +11
      Quote: shishakova
      Fascism, albeit to a small degree, has always been alive.
      And precisely because we did not stop individual hooligan actions, it flourished in Ukraine.
      Although now it is necessary to call crimes by their proper names, fight the whole World with them.

      The fact that in Ukraine is not fascism.
      Fascism, as a phenomenon, originated in Italy. But there weren't any racial theories. It was about the greatness of Italy, but not the "Italian race". And even before Mussolini, not from a good life, got in touch with Hitler, Jews were accepted into the fascist party.
      Fascism was in Spain under Caudillo Franco. Yes, persecuted dissidents, and cruelly. But not on racial or national grounds.
      At the very moment when the cry "Moskalyak on gillak" was thrown in Ukraine, this phenomenon lost the right to be called fascism. Because this is pure NAZISM. For those who have forgotten, Hitler's party was called NSDAP - National Socialist, and even workers.
      Maybe the socialist component of Parashenko, Yaytsenyukh, and Lyashko is not enough, but the national simply overwhelms. And Kalomoisky and his comrades should have thought about this, if they are still capable of thinking. Because when there is no "moskal" at hand to throw all the evil of the crowd on him, someone will certainly throw a cry "hitidov! "
      1. RusDV
        RusDV 17 November 2014 06: 38
        +8
        Quote: Nagan
        The fact that in Ukraine is not fascism.
        Fascism, as a phenomenon, originated in Italy. But there weren't any racial theories. It was about the greatness of Italy, but not the "Italian race". And even before Mussolini, not from a good life, got in touch with Hitler, Jews were accepted into the fascist party.

        Fascism is the generalized name of extreme right-wing political movements, ideologies and the corresponding form of government of a dictatorial type, the characteristic features of which are militaristic nationalism. It is this definition of fascism that is modern for all of us. And for Ukraine, it corresponds in the same way as Nazism, since the latter is an extremely right-wing phenomenon .... That is, the concept of fascism is broader and Nazism includes.
      2. Lukich
        Lukich 17 November 2014 08: 06
        +3
        Quote: Nagan
        Because when there is no "moskal" at hand

        but it will not be very soon. their hatred of Russia is centuries old. and it’s not important that fascism is there, nationalism, it’s already in the genes. I'm not talking about Ukrainians, they are silent. I'm talking about those who jump
      3. avt
        avt 17 November 2014 10: 11
        +1
        Quote: Nagan
        The fact that in Ukraine is not fascism.

        NAZISM.
    2. Lukich
      Lukich 17 November 2014 08: 02
      +4
      Quote: shishakova
      Fascism, albeit to a small degree, has always been alive.

      the whole thing is how the authorities and people relate to it. if encouraged as in Germany in the 30s and the outskirts of now, this is a tragedy.
  4. shibi
    shibi 17 November 2014 06: 01
    +2
    Ukro's "patriots" have too short memory ...
    But the fantasy is stormy!
    How many fantastic books have been written in recent years! Read-do not re-read.
  5. RusDV
    RusDV 17 November 2014 06: 08
    +13
    The Ukrainians now cannot enter a true photo exhibition without becoming blind .... in a normal Orthodox church - they begin to fawn ... There is nothing sacred ... In the sun, by chance, they still do not smoke ...?
  6. pexotinec
    pexotinec 17 November 2014 06: 11
    +2
    Then Obama said after the summit that the United States is the only great power in the world, woooo bent ushastinki. Further even tighter now Russia is the main aggressor in the world and he will fight this. I think the navel will tear.
    1. Lukich
      Lukich 17 November 2014 08: 10
      +3
      Quote: pexotinec
      Then Obama said after the summit that the United States is the only great power in the world, woooo bent ushastinki. Further even tighter now Russia is the main aggressor in the world and he will fight this. I think the navel will tear.

      it's called cards on the table, an open game
  7. Lyton
    Lyton 17 November 2014 06: 11
    +1
    Embassy ukroiny fear that the true face of banderlog will be revealed.
  8. Wolka
    Wolka 17 November 2014 06: 12
    +1
    that, maydanuty truth eyes prick ...
  9. Andrea
    Andrea 17 November 2014 06: 13
    +1
    Ukrainian Embassy in Athens requested to ban the photo exhibition about Donbass

    They are shy. Before the Fuhrer did not mature, not enough more bloodshed spilled!
  10. brasist
    brasist 17 November 2014 06: 15
    +1
    Ukrainian historians of the dissertation defend according to a recent story, when I thought that Ukraine was full of talents and now I have already begun to doubt it. So what about others if the professors are so stupid for the sake of a tick?
    1. Lukich
      Lukich 17 November 2014 08: 11
      +3
      Quote: brasist
      when I thought that Ukraine is full of talents and now I have already begun to doubt.

      But isn't it a talent to turn everything upside down?
  11. anatolis14
    anatolis14 17 November 2014 06: 21
    +1
    Ha ha ha ha! Ukrainian geeks were banned in Athens. Drive Ukrainian scum from the lands of Greece. It’s also the request of the Ukrainian embassy that can be thrust into your Ukrainian ass.
  12. Barakuda
    Barakuda 17 November 2014 06: 33
    +3
    Greece is already aching, however, in the EU .. If not for the tourists - kirdyk. Unemployment is terrible. Decrees come from Germany - up to what diameter oranges should be.
  13. sv68
    sv68 17 November 2014 06: 56
    +1
    I don’t think that in Europe, besides the Greeks, someone will decide to host a similar photo exhibition, but now I’m worried about another question, why aren’t such events held in Russia?
    1. Barakuda
      Barakuda 17 November 2014 07: 26
      +2
      Exhibitions are not needed, just turn on the telly .. There is a brain, you will understand.
  14. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 17 November 2014 07: 04
    +1
    to ban the photo exhibition “Ordinary Fascism in Ukraine”, which takes place on the territory of the educational institution,

    Ukropniki broke off. I would like to say to the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry that if the truth hurts your eyes, cover them. You do not see and do not want to see your war crimes in the southeast. And the world will gradually understand what you are.
  15. terrible
    terrible 17 November 2014 07: 18
    +2
    "Represents Ukraine as a fascist country, and Ukrainians as fascists." )))))))))Yes, that is right!!!!
  16. SveTok
    SveTok 17 November 2014 07: 30
    +2
    Banderlogs were mistaken, Merkel is not Germany yet, and Parashenko is no longer Ukraine.
  17. cidr777
    cidr777 17 November 2014 07: 46
    +1
    Isn’t they starting to take too much on themselves? To speak black and white and vice versa. It’s only the States that their minions are allowed to, and you, in fact, nobody and nothing. And try to prove that it’s not fascism in the country.
  18. Lukich
    Lukich 17 November 2014 07: 58
    +4
    auuuuuuu, dill, it turns out not only we saw fascism in the outskirts
  19. Stavros
    Stavros 17 November 2014 08: 06
    +1
    Really Khokhlyatsk prostitutes from Athens brothels, became representatives of the diaspora?
  20. IAlex
    IAlex 17 November 2014 10: 04
    0
    It was necessary not to ask, but to order, and if it didn’t work, send the Aidar battalion to prove that the exhibition was wrong ...
  21. Vend
    Vend 17 November 2014 11: 36
    +1
    But you will not shut up the truth. It is like water, will find a crack to seep through.