Russophobia Polish nationalists came to Bandera monuments

Another monument to the soldiers of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army was destroyed by the patriots of the Polish nationalist group in the settlement Cichociemni Vezhbitsy. At this time, the process of “dismantling” the construction was captured on video and is available on YouTube.

This is not the first case of restoration of historical justice Polish activists: a monument recently erected Ukrainian nationalists, was destroyed in the city of Verhatey. Before this incident occurred in the village of Raduzh which was broken plaque at the monument to the fighters of the OUN-UPA, after which it was replaced by a new one, with the text “In memory of Poles who were brutally murdered Bandera offspring.”

Earlier, the Polish ultra-radical youth together with the border service of the Republic organized a campaign against the Ukrainian border illegal under the slogan “I found Bandera - kill.”

At the same time, the Polish government dismantles Russophobia, destroying memorials of Soviet times. In particular, it is planned to dismantle the monument to General Ivan Chernyakhovsky in the city of Braniewo, who died on impact of the German artillery. Local NGOs demanded to demolish the monument to General and even unfurled a swastika in front of him, stylized hammer and sickle.

Despite the support of Ukrainian regime official Warsaw, cases of abuse of memorials UPA only become more frequent. Perhaps Polish nationalists who hate the UPA, at one point get tired tolerate hypocrisy of his leadership, and then they wrapped vandalism against him.

19 August 2015

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