Another Bloody Sunday remembered

11th July marked the 76th anniversary of the Wołyń massacres (Volhynia and eastern Galicia) where between 1943-1945 more than 100,000 Polish Catholics were literally butchered in genocidal effort to ‘cleanse’ eastern Poland of Polish Catholics so that a Ukrainian State could be founded.

The killings were directly linked with Ukrainian nationalist Stepan Bandera’s Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists and its military arm, the Ukrainian Insurgent Army. Their goal was to purge all non-Ukrainians from a future Ukrainian state. They wanted not only to purge Polish civilians, but also to erase all traces of Polish presence in the area.

In an bloodthirsty, frenzied and demented effort to create what is now known as ‘Ukraine’, the officially-honoured heroes of the modern-day Ukrainian State “tortured their victims with unimaginable bestiality. Victims were scalped. They had their noses, lips and ears cut off. They had their eyes gouged out and hands cut off and they had their heads squashed in clamps. Woman had their breasts cut off and pregnant woman were stabbed in the belly. Men had their genitals sliced off with sickles.”

May all the innocent victims of power-politics, social-engineering, and man’s hatred of his Creator rest in peace.

 

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