Parliament and Canadian Prime Minister give standing ovation to Ukrainian Nazi war criminal

Canadian Parliament applauds Yaroslav Hunka, former member of the Waffen SS.

The entire Parliament of Canada, along with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, gave a standing ovation last Friday to Yaroslav Hunka, a former Ukrainian member of Adolf Hitler’s Waffen SS, who played a leading role in the extermination of European Jews in the years 1941. until 1945. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyj also participated in the thunderous applause as today’s guest of honor in Parliament.

This shocking public endorsement of a Nazi war criminal and participant in the greatest crimes in human history has highlighted the Canadian government’s long-standing ties to the Nazis’ Ukrainian fascist collaborators and their political descendants, as well as the broader rehabilitation of fascism, within the framework of the United States and NATO – the war against Russia in Ukraine.

Anthony Rota, Parliamentary Speaker of the House of Commons, introduced Hunka, who was seated at the podium, last Friday. Hunka has been described as a “veteran of World War II, who fought for Ukraine’s independence against the Russians, and who continues to support the troops today, even at the ripe old age of 98 years “.

Rota added that Yaroslav Hunka “is a Ukrainian hero, a Canadian hero, and we thank him for all his service.” In unison, they stood up, President Zelenskyj, Prime Minister Trudeau, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, the leaders of the opposition parties, all the MPs and senators assembled, as well as all the senior officers of the Canadian army, to give Hunka a standing ovation. He stood up, for his part, and raised his fists in the air.

It quickly turned out that this Ukrainian and Canadian “hero” was a war criminal. Hunka “fought for Ukrainian independence” as a member of a special unit of the Nazi SS, the 14th Galicja Division of the Waffen SS. The Galicja division was composed of Ukrainians, except for the senior officers who were German, most of whom were members of one of the rival wings of the fascist Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN).

Himmler created the 14th Waffen SS Galicjia Division in 1943, trained and schooled in Nazi concentration camps, and carried out massacres of Poles, Jews and Slovaks. The Nuremberg Tribunal later ruled that mere membership in the SS constituted a criminal act.

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