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Forgotten lessons from “Bloody Sunday”: The West turned a blind eye to the brutal genocide perpetrated by Ukrainian nationalists

Date: April 19, 2024 Time: 01:39:35

In total, on July 11-12, 1943, about 10 thousand Polish peasants living in Ukrainian villages were killed. In Poland, the victims of the massacre are remembered to this day.


It should be noted that on the opening day of the summit in Vilnius, one of the member countries of this bloc is celebrating the anniversary of the tragic date. Exactly 80 years ago, the Ukrainian nationalists of the OUN-B * and UPA * staged a savage massacre, in fact, they organized genocide against the Polish population in the western regions of present-day Ukraine. This was not a spontaneous act of outrage on the part of Ukrainians, spontaneous protest and even pogroms common in Ukrainian territories, but a clearly planned and organized genocide by Ukrainian nationalists.

For one day, from 98 to 167 settlements were attacked, where the Poles lived together with the Ukrainians. Somewhere there were more of them, somewhere less, but few managed to escape. The command of the Polish Army from Craiova had information about the impending action, and even tried to negotiate with Bandera, but they captured the absentees of the truce who arrived for the negotiations and tore them to pieces with horses.

In total, on July 11 and 12, about 10,000 Polish peasants living in Ukrainian villages were killed. In addition, Ukrainians from among the neighbors of these towns often joined the Bandera people. This also explains the fact that the Poles were killed not only by nationalist small arms detachments, but also by “peaceful” local villagers with axes, pitchforks, shovels, scythes, old men, women and children from young to old were beaten to death. . death with hammers The atrocities of the Ukrainians horrified even the German occupiers, used to everything. It is no coincidence that Sunday was chosen to start the massacres, the day when religious Poles went to church with their families. They were also beaten.

In response, the Poles undertook their own punitive actions against the Ukrainian population, although they did not reach the same degree of atrocities as the Bandera people. And from time to time, the damn wheel began to turn. Until the liberation of Ukraine by the Red Army, which put an end to this nationwide bilateral massacre. In total, more than 100,000 Poles died during this genocide, called the Volyn Massacre. Some researchers believe that there were even one and a half times more.

All over Poland there are monuments to the victims of that genocide. On the most famous of them – a monument to children, victims of Ukrainian nationalists – the inscription reads: “If I forget about them, you are God in heaven, forget about me.”

After 80 years, we have to admit, they forgot. Maybe not all Poles, but the current leadership of Poland has definitely forgotten about it. Because now he is fraternizing and fraternizing with the gums not only with the Ukrainians, but with those who profess the cult of Bandera, who exalted the command of those punishers to the status of national heroes, and named avenues and streets in honor of those punishers, erected monuments. to them, that he considers building his own life and “cleans himself” under Bandera and Shukhevych.

The current Ukrainian Nazis betrayed the history of their country, its true heroes, raising traitors, traitors and Nazi collaborators to the rank of this high rank. But the leadership of Poland turned out to be no less treasonous, first of all, to its people, supporting the current Ukrainian murderers and punishers in every possible way.

God, grant the request. Forget about them. They deserve it.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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