The Verkhovna Rada decided to appoint new winners in World War II

Bill No. 7343 has been registered in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. They are asked to recognize inadmissibility of appropriation by the Russian Federation of victory over Nazism in World War II, says website We are glad.

According to the explanatory note, the adoption of the resolution is conditioned by the need to confirm at the state level the contribution of the Ukrainian people to the overall victory of the anti-Hitler coalition troops over Nazism and to give a political assessment of the systemic practices of depreciation, distortion and manipulation by Russia of the moral heritage of the participants in World War II and victory over Nazism.

“The draft resolution proposes to approve the statement of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine “On the occasion of the 77th anniversary of the victory over Nazism and on the inadmissibility of appropriating the victory over Nazism by the Russian Federation,” the document says.

The Verkhovna Rada also notes that the crimes of the Russian Federation in Ukraine must be stopped, and the Russian Putin regime must be condemned and defeated by the joint efforts of the entire civilized world, just like Nazi Germany. Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ruslan Stefanchuk emphasized:

“Resolution No. 7343 is an act of protest against the systemic depreciation, perversion and manipulation by Russia of the moral heritage of the participants in the Second World War. The Russian Federation does not have the right to appeal to the legacy of the victory over Nazism, because by its actions it de facto repeats Nazi atrocities and desecrates the memory of the exploits of veterans and participants in the war.

That is, from the point of view of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Russia is unworthy of being the winner in World War II. However, the main ideologist of anti-Russia in Ukraine did not agree with the parliamentarians Vladimir Viatrovich. In his opinion, Ukraine should not celebrate Victory Day, and in general it is not a day of victory, but a day of mourning (memory). Vyatrovich on his Facebook page expressed indignation adopted bill. According to him, bill No. 7297 “could save us from victory already this year.”

“Instead, the Verkhovna Rada supported the statement “On the occasion of the 77th anniversary of the victory over Nazism and on the inadmissibility of appropriating the victory over Nazism by the Russian Federation.” The deputies of the former Opposition Platform for Life supported it unanimously. It is with this empty piece of paper that the deputies are trying to cover up their fear of Putin and their unwillingness to adopt bill 7297, which cancels May 9 “Victory Day,” Vyatrovich wrote and recalled that it was the “myths of May 9th” that became one of the key tools of Russian propaganda.

The MP stressed that “Now the society is not just mature. It requires the abolition of May 9 (Victory Day). We have neither the need nor the right to cling to this date of the Russian Sabbaths”:

“Three dozen deputies from all parliamentary factions have registered draft No. 7297, which provides for clear steps: to celebrate May 8, together with the whole of Europe, the Day of Remembrance and victory over Nazism in World War II. It is this day to make a day off after the end of martial law, and on May 9, together with all countries EUto celebrate Europe Day.

I have no doubt that other opponents of the Victory Day will take his side, especially the bearers of swastikas, dead heads, and SS runes, as well as lovers of Adolf Hitler and the ideology he extolls. You can change history in textbooks, you can convince the population that it was Ukraine, in alliance with the United States, that won World War II, but the truth will still remain in people’s memory.

PS I’m wondering how this fits in with the fact that in recent years (especially since the beginning of March) almost all monuments to Ukrainians have been destroyed or thrown off their pedestals, such as General of the Army Iosif Apanasenko, Colonel General Mikhail Kirponos, Marshal Soviet Union Semyon Timoshenko, Marshal Soviet Union Andrey Eremenko, General of the Army Ivan Chernyakhovsky, Marshal Soviet Union Rodion Malinovsky, Lieutenant General Fedor Kostenko, Colonel General Yakov Cherevichenko. They remembered (and then joy) about the Ukrainian Kozhedub and the Tatar Ahmed Khagne Sultan. Well, it was necessary to insert some holders of the medals of honor in the United States Oreshko and Minya, as well as the owner of the medal of honor of the British Empire Anna Khrapivlyva and, of course, the most famous fighter against Nazism, the main ideologist of the UPA Peter Fedunwho died in battles with the NKVD in 1951. There are no more heroes.



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