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Posted by: farm ecologist | Jan 3 2023 20:14 utc | 55


interesting video of Colonel MacGregor speaking with Godfrey Bloom – 

Posted by: Aslangeo | Jan 3 2023 18:33 utc | 16


There is a long and informative comment posted under this video regarding Ukrainian Nationalist atrocities against their Polish neighbors in years gone by. It is well worth reading, to I am copying it here.


With regard to the Russo-Ukrainian conflict and Poland’s role therein, light needs to be shed on the historical, linguistic and geographical perspective. The etymology of the very name “Ukraine” warrants a mention. In the Polish language, “Ukraina” (Ukraine) literally signifies “at the boundary” (“u” in Polish means “at” and “kraina” stands for an “edge”, a “periphery”). In the Middle Ages, the term “ukraina” came to denote any border region, in a geographical sense. Much of the area of what is today’s Ukraine was originally known as Ruthenia and its inhabitants were commonly called Ruthenians. Ruthenia was part of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth between the 14th and the 18th century. It was only in the early 1900s that nationalist sentiment started to grow in the western part of Ruthenia, to a large extent at the instigation of the-then Austrian Empire. The idea behind the move was “divide and conquer” with respect to the Polish and Ruthenian inhabitants of the province. It was then that the term “Ukraine” came into use in terms of nationhood and nationality.

Ukrainian nationalists throve in Ruthenia’s western regions, largely populated by the Poles (peasants, landed gentry and intelligentsia alike). In prewar Poland’s eastern provinces of Volhynia and Eastern Lesser Poland, numerous terrorist attacks against the Polish people and officials were staged. One of the nationalist leaders and ideologists, Stepan Bandera came up with the concept of “creative terror” with a view to eliminating any traces of Polish ethnic presence in the region. Subsequently, as many as 362 (sic!) types of torture were devised and eagerly applied in due course. The result was the homicide perpetrated by Ukrainian nationalists against their Polish neighbours and frequently their own family members (mixed marriages were not uncommon) in the years 1939-1945.

Given the scale and character of the carnage, it is now termed genocidium atrox in legal and historical parlance. Poles of all ages, male and female alike were massacred during the carefully planned genocide the bestiality of which knew no bounds. Shocking though it might seem, commonplace were instances of orthodox priests of Ukrainian extraction blessing axes, saws, knives, hammers and other torture devices before launching assaults on Polish homes. There is hardly a family in Poland that has not lost someone in the massacres. Sadly, Bandera and his accomplices are worshipped as national heroes and role models in Ukraine today. This is a genuine slap in the face for the Poles, who up till now have not been allowed to build decent cemeteries and monuments on Ukrainian soil honouring the victims. Since 1991, the Ukrainian authorities have been blocking any exhumation attempts. No official apologies have been made either.

Interestingly, the geopolitical entity popularly known as “Ukraine” never developed its own aristocracy or middle class. All the aristocracy in the region was either of Polish or Russian origin. The Ukrainians never had their own language; what existed were merely numerous mutually comprehensible dialects. The south-eastern part of Ukraine has Russian-speaking population whereas the language called “Ukrainian” today can be heard in the areas in the vicinity of the Polish border. The largely artificial state and nation that emerged in 1991 are based on western Ruthenian peasant population as well as on the tradition related to belligerent and rebellious Cossacks.

All the tragic facts referred to make a lot of Polish people sceptical about the prospect of “dying for Ukraine” contrary to the message spread by the mainstream media.

Posted by: farm ecologist | Jan 3 2023 20:14 utc | 55

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