As an insult to Vladimir Putin, the Jewish-occupied Ukrainian parliament has decided to re-name one of Kiev’s streets in honor of country’s two nationalist heroes, Stepan Bandera and Gen. Roman Shukhevych. In order to liberate Ukraine from the clutches of the Jewish-controlled Soviet Union, the two dudes like the Jewish terrorist group Irgun and Rudolf Israel Kastner, Hungarian journalist, who was murdered by a fellow Jew in 1957, collaborated with Nazis.
The Organized Jewry has blasted Ukrainian prime minister Volodymyr Groysman (Jewish) even though he announced to name a street to honor Henryk Goldszmit, a Polish Jewish teacher who was allegedly murdered in Auschwitz.
Since the Nazis are accused of murdering six million Jews during WW II, Stepan Bandera and Roman Shukhevych have been credited with murdering 50,000 Ukrainian Jews during their collaboration with the Nazis.
Stepan Andriyovych Bandera declared an independent Ukrainian State in Lvov in 1941. In 1959, he was assassinated by Russian KGB and not by Israeli Mossad which could prove that Bandera did not harm Jews like notorious Dr. Joseph Goebbels. Ukrainian diaspora even built a museum in his honor in north London over 50 years ago.
In January 2010, then Ukraine president Viktor Yushchenko was condemned by Jewish lobby groups including Simon Weisenthal Center, ADL and HRW for praising Stepan Bandera and Roman Shukhevych as national heroes.
Roman Shukhevych was the commander of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (here).
Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt, chief rabbi of Moscow and a close friend of Vladimir Putin condemned honoring in Ukraine of nationalists who collaborated with Nazis and killed innocent Jews.
I wonder when the Jewish oligarchs ruling Ukraine will build a Holocaust Museum for the seven million Ukrainian Christians killed by Stalin’s Jew executioners in 1932-33. Stalin established an autonomous Jewish State of Birobidjan in Soviet Union on May 7, 2934.