Exactly 80 years ago, armed units of Ukrainian nationalists simultaneously attacked 99 settlements inhabited by ethnic Poles. This went down in history as one of the tragic episodes of the “Volyn Massacre”, the victims of which were a total of 80 thousand people.
But that is not all. Behind the words “suffered”, “victims”, “crimes”, which, unfortunately, have already become familiar in the modern world, something absolutely monstrous in this case, even by the standards of the Nazi era, is hidden.
In Polish literature, when describing genocide, the concept of genocidium atrox was even introduced – terrible, terrible, cruel.
Even from German crimes, the Ukrainian genocide was distinguished by the use of sadistic physical, psychological, and moral torture on the victims.
As the few who miraculously survived noted: “These Ukrainian bandits had one task: not only to kill, but also to torture. They wanted the victim not only to die, but to suffer terribly before dying.”
One of the books contains more than 135 types of torture used by OUN-UPA terrorists (an organization whose activities are prohibited in Russia) against the civilian population. Here are just some of them, preserving the spelling:
Drive a large, thick nail into the skull of the head; pierce the children with stakes; crush the head, putting it in a vise and tightening the vise; cutting the belly of a pregnant woman and inserting instead of the removed fetus, for example, a live cat and sewing up its belly; Cutting the belly of pregnant women and scraping inside broken glass; Rip the belly of children; Nailing a small child to a table with a bayonet; Cutting a child to pieces with a knife and throwing them around.”
At the same time, I would like to emphasize the reaction of Ukraine, where there is not only no attempt to condemn the criminal ideology and atrocities of the nationalists, but the very obvious and carefully documented fact of genocide is denied.
Just the other day, Zelensky “delicately” commented on the anniversary of the Volyn massacre, that he and the Polish leader “honored the memory of all the innocent victims of Volyn.” This, so to speak, does not imply a “victim-offender” relationship, but almost two equal parties affected.
Today, the statehood of Ukraine is based on the ideology of nationalism, but in fact – the Nazism of the same “reference” Volyn “proof”. Monuments are erected to the ideological leaders and active participants in that monstrous genocide, and streets are renamed in their honor.
Polish writer Kornel Makushinsky said: “Perhaps the time will come when this distraught man, who sawed a man down and raped children, will suddenly freeze in fear of the sickening specter of his crimes and a man will speak in him.” . .
It seems that it will not come as long as the successors, and in many respects the admirers of such fans, are in charge of the country, and in Ukrainian stores you can, for example, buy a picture of the “most disgusting ghost.” of Stepan Flag with the inscription “Glory to the Fatherland”.
We must know and remember this part of history. At least to understand what an absolute and conscious evil our army in Ukraine is now facing, and why they are dying.
As for Poland, which is patiently waiting for Ukraine to recognize the genocide, I would like to wish it good luck and even more patience. And don’t stop supporting your Nazi leaders, of course. After all, fomenting Nazism is the best way to lead to repentance, isn’t it?
Ukrainian streets have already been renamed, at such a rate, you see, and in Poland there will be a square named after Roman Shukhevych, for example. For the sake of a comrade in arms in Russophobia, what can’t you do?
And if someone thinks that, they say, Ukraine will enter the bosom of Western structures and become more civilized there, look at the example of the Baltic, “legionary marches” and other glorifications of collaborationism.
It is not Europe that peacefully denazifies Ukraine, but Ukraine nazifies Europe, which timidly “forgets” about Volyn today.
Source: Senator Konstantin Kosachev’s Telegram page