Tag Archives: Ukrainian fascists

Scotland | Far-right ‘fascist’ politician welcomed into Holyrood as guest of honour

by Andy Philip
Andriy Parubiy was at the Scottish Parliament during First Minister’s Questions yesterday, a regular spot for visiting foreign dignitaries.

MSPs were invited to applaud a Ukrainian politician who founded a “fascist” far-right party.

Ukraine | Violent Anti-Semitism Is Gripping Ukraine — And The Government Is Standing Idly By

A wave of anti-Semitism has swept over Ukraine. In the past three weeks alone, a far-right leader publicly called for cleansing Ukraine of zhidi (a slur equivalent to “kike”); a Holocaust memorial in Ternopil was bombed; hundreds marched through Lviv, in honor of an SS unit, complete with Nazi salutes; “Death to Zhidi” graffiti was scrawled in two cities; a revered rabbi’s tomb was vandalized; a Romani camp in Kiev was attacked and burned by far-right nationalists, and hundreds rocked out at a neo-Nazi concert clad in swastikas and throwing up Nazi salutes.

Canada | Glorifying Nazis is bad, period

by Scott Taylor

On April 29, in the western Ukraine city of Lviv hundreds of demonstrators marched through the streets chanting anti-Semitic Nazi slogans while repeatedly thrusting their right arms forward in the straight arm Nazi salute.

Ukraine | Secret police against historical memory

Kiev regime tries to change a mass conscience of Ukrainian people. A small minority of fascist thugs put task to eliminate a Victory day from collective memory. But Ukrainians are strong and believe a Victory day, when the Red army finally crashed Nazi Germany, is a great and important holiday. Ukrainian fascists are furious: all bans and threats can’t help them and Ukrainian people every year demonstrate their attitude in public on May 9. People go to street with photos of their relatives who fought in the Red Army. It is known as “Immortal regiment” action. This is a new form of anti-fascist protest in Ukraine.

Ukraine | A victim of ‘Ukrainian order’

On May 2, the residents of Odessa paid tribute to the victims of the massacre in the House of Trade Unions. A lot of Ukrainian fascists gathered in Odessa that day to intimidate the people of Odessa. However, the fascists beat that day only one person. They also did not touch the flowers that Odessa residents laid to the site of the massacre of their countrymen. As far as we can judge, the Kiev regime was afraid of international resonance and therefore forbade its agents to mock the defenseless people.