Tag Archives: Ukrainian Nazi

Ukraine | Nazis from ‘C14’ attacked a protest against anticommunist renaming in Kiev

The radical ‘C14’ organization attacked a demonstration against the renaming of Vatutin Avenue in Kiev into Shukhevich avenue. Vatutin is a Red army commander who led Soviet troops while they liberated Ukraine from Nazi occupation and Shukhevich is Nazi collaborator. The ‘C14’ organization reported about this on Facebook. Several dozen banners that were used, including those with the inscription “Socialist Youth Congress”, served as visual proof.

Ukraine | Ukrainian Nazis continue offensive… in the streets, courts and legislations

On June 1 Kiev’s city council has renamed one of the city’s major streets after Roman Shukhevich, a Ukrainian nationalist and Nazi officer who was commander of a radical militia responsible for mass murdering Jews and Poles during the World War II.

The decision was taken with 69 legislators voting in favor. An attempt to push the renaming through the same council failed last December, when it won only 41 votes. This time, the bill’s sponsors managed to collect the 61-vote benchmark needed to pass the draft into law.

Ukraine | Symbols of the 1st Galician SS Division are not considered to be Nazi symbols in Ukraine

Symbols of the 1st Galician SS Division do not fall under the law banning Communist and Nazi propaganda, according to Vladimir Vyatrovich, the Director of the Ukrainian Institute of National Memory (UINM) on May 18. This statement was an official response to a request by Strana.ua, an independent Ukrainian online newspaper.

Ukraine | Nazis Threaten To “Slash” & “Impale” Inhabitant of Odessa Detained on May 9th for Opposing Banderism

Recent incident in Odessa illustrates typical tactics of Ukrainian Nazis

The member of the extremist organization “Right Sector” Sergey Sternenko published on his page on Facebook information on the young inhabitant of Odessa who was detained by police during clashes with Nazis on May 9th.

Russia | Western reporters in Kiev continue to ignore the rise of Neo-Nazism in Ukraine

by Bryan MacDonald

Oscar Wilde’s work thrived on tangents. After all, a writer gifted with such a repository of wisecracks needed space to deliver them. Thus, he observed things like how “the man who could call a spade a spade should be compelled to use one. It is the only thing he is fit for.”