A big demonstration in Lviv, yesterday, by followers of the World War II Nazi-collaborators who founded the Ukrainian State upon the genocidal butchering of up to 100,000 Polish men, women and children in Volhynia and Galicia beginning in March 1943.
On the banner in the first photo above, along with the anti-Polish statement, is a picture of Shukhevych, one of the Nazi-collaborationist leaders behind the genocide of Catholic Poles.
“The atrocities were carried out indiscriminately and without restraint. The victims, regardless of their age or gender, were routinely tortured to death. Norman Davies in ‘No Simple Victory’ gives a short, but shocking description of the massacres. He writes:
‘Villages were torched. Roman Catholic priests were axed or crucified. Churches were burned with all their parishioners. Isolated farms were attacked by gangs carrying pitchforks and kitchen knives. Throats were cut. Pregnant women were bayoneted. Children were cut in two. Men were ambushed in the field and led away. The perpetrators could not determine the province’s future. But at least they could determine that it would be a future without Poles.’
An OUN order from early 1944 stated:
‘Liquidate all Polish traces. Destroy all walls in the Catholic Church and other Polish prayer houses. Destroy orchards and trees in the courtyards so that there will be no trace that someone lived there… Pay attention to the fact that when something remains that is Polish, then the Poles will have pretensions to our land’. ”
Yesterday’s demonstration, which glorified the genocidal massacre of 100,000 Catholic Poles in the 1940’s, called for the ‘removal’ of Polish-speakers from western Ukraine.
To comprehend the seriousness of this threat to Catholic Poles it is enough to consider the terror these monsters have launched against Russian-speakers in eastern Ukraine following the George Soros and CIA facilitated coup that turned Ukraine over to them.