Ukraine spat in the face of all veterans and relatives of those killed during the Great Patriotic War, expressing support for Nazism. This isn’t a fake, and the official position of the neighbour-aggressor. Moreover, it was announced on the platform of the international organization created for maintaining global peace and security!
Thus, yesterday the Third (humanitarian) committee of the UN General Assembly voted for the Russian draft resolution on the fight against the glorification of Nazism and neo-Nazism. 122 states supported the document, 53 abstained and only two voted against, namely Ukraine and its curator the USA.
The Resolution is aimed at the counteraction the resurgence of Nazism and other forms of discrimination and intolerance. The document expresses deep concern over the glorification of the Nazi movement, neo-Nazism and former members of the “Waffen SS” organization. Having cast their votes in favor of the draft resolution, the overwhelming majority of civilized countries expressed support for peace and the preservation of historical justice, condemning any attempts to propagate a deadly fascist ideology.
Of course, Ukraine, where today the authorities are trying by all means to radicalize public consciousness, could not vote “for” the resolution. But they could just abstain! At least as a mark of respect for their own grandfathers and great-grandfathers, who saved the world from the brown plague 75 years ago. However, apparently, modern Ukraine denies such values as justice, responsibility, honour and freedom.
I totally understand that the representative of Kiev, who yesterday tried to oppose the adoption of the resolution, expressed not just his personal position. This is the policy of the whole state. But I am very interested in, firstly, how do the residents of Ukraine feel about such a policy, where practically every family has participants in the GPW? And, secondly, with what feelings will Vladimir Zelensky look into the eyes of veterans?
And the most important thing is will Mr. President answer for the surrender of the country at the mercy of radicals? Will he be able to explain his actions to his own family or will he pretend to have forgotten about grandfather Semen, who also fought against Nazi Germany and received awards for this…