Saturday 2nd of December 2023

the massacre of the ukrainian jews celebrated by the kiev nazis.....



Apparently Forward is a site of "Jewish obedience". As part of a series devoted to monuments to Nazi collaborators around the world, they stopped in Ukraine. We can say that they have been served. This article appeared in January 2021, more than a year before the Russian Special Military Operation. A trip to neo-Nazi Ukraine... Better to warn right away: it makes you dizzy. (XP)

In the years since the Maidan uprising brought a new government to Ukraine in 2014, numerous memorials to Nazi collaborators and Holocaust perpetrators have been erected, sometimes up to a new one every week.


L’viv and Ivano-Frankivsk

1.5 million Jews, or a quarter of all Jews murdered in the Holocaust, came from Ukraine. Over the past six years, the country has institutionalized the cult of the Paramilitary Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN), which collaborated with the Nazis and aided in the massacre of Jews, and the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA), which massacred thousands of Jews and 70,000 to 100,000 Poles. Stepan Bandera (1909-1959), the Nazi collaborator who led a faction of the OUN (called OUN-B) is a revered major figure in today's Ukraine; above, his statues in L’viv (left) and Ivano-Frankivsk (right). Thanks to Per Anders Rudling, Tarik Cyril Amar and Jared McBride for their advice on Ukrainian collaborators.




• des monuments communs à sa mémoire et à celle de Roman Shukhevych à CherkasyHorishniyPochaivRudky et Zaviy ;
• un monument à sa mémoire, à celle de Shukhevych et d’autres dirigeants de l’OUN à Morshyn ;
• un monument à sa mémoire et à celle de son père à Pidpechery ;
• une plaque et un monument à Lutsk ;
• un bas-relief, un monument et un musée à Dubliany ;
• une plaque, un monument et un musée (avec buste) à Stryi ;
• une plaque, une rue et un monument à Zdolbuniv ;
• monuments à BerezhanyBoryslavBuchachChervonohradChortkiv, Drohobych, DubnoHordynya, Horodenka, Hrabivka (Ivano-Frankivsk Raion), KalushKamianka-BuzkaKolomiyaKozivkaKremenetsKrushel’nytsyaKievL’viv, (et une plaque), MlynivMostyskaMykolaiv (Oblast de L’viv), MykytyntsiNyzhnye(Raïon de Sambir), Pidvolochysk, Romanivka, Sambir, SkoleSniatyn, Staryi Sambir, Seredniy BerezivSokal, Sosnivka, StrusivTatarivTerebovliaTruskavetsTurkaUzynVelyki MostyVerbiv (Hromada de Narayiv), Zahirochka et Zalishchyky ;
• une plaque et une rue à Sniatyn et Zhytomyr ;
• des plaques à Ivano-Frankivsk, Khmelnytskyi et Rivne ;
• des musées à Staryi Uhryniv (avec une statue et une plaque commémorative) et à Volya-Zaderevatska (avec un buste et un bas-relief) ;
• un parc à Kamianka-Buzka ;
• une rue à Dnipro et une école à Dobromyl.

[Note de la rédaction : Dnipro et Tatariv ont été ajoutés à cette liste en octobre 2022.]










guess who's the donkey.....

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Authorities of Ukraine's Lvov region have installed a Christmas nativity scene featuring miniature figures of US President Joe Biden and controversial Ukrainian nationalist Stepan Bandera in the Nahuyevychi State Historical and Cultural Preserve. 


"The Christmas nativity scene was installed in the Nahuyevychi State Historical and Cultural Preserve near the literary museum. Among the traditional biblical characters, there are figures of the three Hutsuls [Ukrainian ethnic group], Biden and Bandera," the regional council said in a statement on Friday.


Bandera was a Ukrainian nationalist leader who collaborated with Nazi Germany during World War II and was responsible for mass atrocities against civilians as a leader of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army*. The UPA operated mainly in western Ukraine and fought against Soviet forces in cooperation with Nazi Germany. The UPA had many crimes to their credit, including the Volhynia massacre, a mass slaughter of the Polish population residing in Volhynia and Galicia in 1943.

*UPA is an extremist organization banned in Russia








polish outrage.....

WARSAW (Sputnik) - Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki expressed his outrage on Monday to Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal over the celebration of the birthday of the controversial Ukrainian nationalist Stepan Bandera.

On January 1, the Ukrainian authorities held a series of events on the occasion of Bandera's birthday.



"I don’t have enough words of indignation about all sorts of actions that praise or salute those responsible for the crimes in Volhynia. From 100,000 to 200,000 Poles died at the hands of Ukrainians then. It was genocide. We will never forget about it ... Today, a couple of hours ago, I talked about this with the Prime Minister of Ukraine and expressed to him my absolutely negative attitude towards everyone who does not understand this and perpetuates the memory of Bandera," Morawiecki said, answering citizen’s questions on social media.


The issue of massacres of Poles in Volhynia and Eastern Galicia in 1943-1945 is one of the most difficult issues in relations between Poland and Ukraine. The massacres were carried out by the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA), the military arm of the Bandera's faction of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (both organizations banned in Russia).

In 2016, the lower house of the Polish parliament adopted a resolution recognizing July 11 as the national day of remembrance for the victims of the genocide committed by Ukrainian nationalists against the inhabitants of the Second Polish Republic.

Ukrainian officials consider these events to be the consequences of the war between the Polish Home Army and the UPA, in which the civilian population of the region also took part. The Ukrainian side estimates its losses at 10,000-20,000 people.

The Ukrainian parliament also adopted a statement condemning the decision of the Polish parliament to recognize the Volhynia massacre as genocide. Ukrainian lawmakers believe that this decision "endangered the political and diplomatic developments of the two countries.”










german-bandera love-in.......


by Strategika 51

Officially, more than 26,000 members of the security apparatus and land forces of the former Soviet Union (NKVD, MGB then KGB, border guards, police, etc.) died between 1945 and 1955 fighting the Banderist guerrillas in Ukraine with the city of Kharkov as the focal point. These official statistics completely omit the immeasurable losses suffered by Soviet forces between 1941 and 1944 in Ukraine.

It was a forgotten war behind the iron curtain, merciless at the time and where all dirty tricks were allowed. There were terrorist attacks passed over in silence, poisonings, sabotage of industrial and technological infrastructures against a background of permanent underground subversion. Exploiting this high potential for armed revolt, Washington and London had parachuted weapons and ammunition into the middle of the USSR at the time in order to help the ultranationalists, but the KGB had ended up crushing the Ukrainian partisans despite the tactical opposition of the politicians. , especially after the advent of Nikita Khrushchev, a native of Ukraine, less by ideology than by a regionalist bias. Because if Khrushchev was a pure product of the Soviet Communist Party, he was Ukrainian first and foremost.

Information evokes a direct link between the terrorism of Ukrainian ultranationalist partisans and the Nedelin disaster, which occurred on October 24, 1960 at the Baikonur Cosmodrome during which a prototype of the first Soviet intercontinental ballistic missile, the R-16 (NATO code: SS -7 Saddler) was destroyed on launch pad 41, killing an unknown number of technicians and soldiers (between 126 and 300). This event remained silent until April 16, 1989. Khrushchev appointed Brezhnev to head a Commission of Inquiry and the families of the victims, including the head of the Nedelin project, were notified of the death of their relatives in an accident. plane. This attack disguised as an accident delayed the development of Soviet ICBMs and led Moscow to deploy short-range ballistic missiles on the island of Cuba, triggering a major crisis with the United States which nearly led to a nuclear conflict between the two blocks.

Stepan Andriïovytch Bandera, born on 01/01/1909 in the province of Kalouch, in Galicia (current Oblast of Ivano-Frankivsk), in the East of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and died assassinated on October 15, 1959 in Munich, in Germany. He was one of the leaders of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) and the head of the extremist Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists OUN-B fighting against the former USSR and Poland. He did not hesitate to collaborate with National Socialist Germany and the Wehrmacht. The Gestapo and the Abwehr protect Stepan Bandera considering him useful in their war against Stalin's USSR. In fact, the Ukrainian populations welcomed the German forces in Lvov as liberators on June 30, 1941 and Bandera received millions of Reichsmarks for the creation of a future Ukrainian army which would benefit from Germany's support in the war against the Red Army. However, Hitler refuses to recognize a possible independent Ukrainian state, Bandera's objective, and he was placed under house arrest with his government, by the Germans. In September 1944, Bandera called on the Ukrainians to take up arms against the Soviet advance and sent troops from the OUN-B and UPA to fight alongside struggling and then retreating German forces. Until 1945, Nazi newspapers in Germany referred to Bandera's UPA as "Ukrainian freedom fighters". After the fall of Germany, Bandera took refuge in the American zone in Munich.

In 1946, the USSR asked US General Franklin C. Sibert to hand over Bandera. Sibert replies that Bandera is an employee of Reinhard Gehlen and his whereabouts remain unknown. General Gehlen was one of the conspirators against Hitler and an Allied secret service agent within the Wehrmacht. He collaborated actively with the United States after the war in projects of extreme strategic importance and was the founder of the BND (secret service) of the Federal Republic of Germany.





NAZI hero....



Annie Lacroix-Riz (born 18 October 1947) is a French historian, professor emeritus of modern history at the university Paris VII - Denis Diderot, specialist in the international relations in first half of the 20th century and collaboration. Her work concerns the political, economic and social history of the French Third Republic and Vichy Government, the relations between the Vatican and Reich, as well as the strategy of the political elites and economic French before and after the Second World War. She denounces contemporary history is under the influence of the world of finance. It appears that she bases her powerful analysis on documentation (secret and otherwise). Jules


Ukrainian Nazi Stepan Bandera, fighter with Hitler and mass executioner of tens of thousands of Jews and communist resistance fighters, becomes each day a little more the hero of the "democrats" of the West. When the media remember him, the media tamper with his story, transforming the executioner into a glorious nationalist; moreover in 1945 was he not an American agent? Which demonstrates that a paradise exists for the Nazis.

The Ukrainian War was launched by Russia after eight years of Ukrainian-Western aggression (2014-2022) against Russian-speaking Eastern Ukrainians. Their 14,000 dead, mostly civilians, had "interested" our major media as little as those of Iraq, Serbia, Afghanistan and Syria, attacked since 1991 by the United States in a global quest for oil control and gas and other raw materials, under cover of NATO, subject to a single American command since its foundation (1950).

The Western coalition — which immediately ridiculed the official Russian goal of “denazification” announced in February 2022, in accordance with the “political principles” enshrined in the Protocol of the Potsdam Conference (August 1, 1945) — claims to act against Russia in the name of "democracy" (new name for the "Free World" of the Soviet era). As the war drags on, the “West” evolves the concept of “democracy” and “hides” the Ukrainian state’s reverence for its war and pre-war criminals.

Thus the West elevated the Ukrainian Nazi Stepan Bandera (1909-1959) as a hero of “Ukrainian independence”: a slight defect that the West forgave him as much as the post-Maidan Ukrainian “democracy”, the promotion of Nazi groups and the clubbing that billionaire Zelenski, a worthy successor to billionaire Poroshenko, administers to the Ukrainian people: destruction of the labor code, wages and salaries, and the banning of opposition parties and newspapers, demanded by the "investors" states-united.

Bandera has only become a “national hero” since the American “Orange Revolution” of 2004, and especially since the Maidan coup organized in February 2014 by Washington against an "intolerable" Ukrainian government, legal but pro-Russian. Its conductor, Deputy Secretary of State for Political Affairs, Victoria Nuland, neo-conservative Madonna of the National Endowment for Democracy (CIA branch) and compulsive Russophobe (and Sinophobe), has held her Ukrainian post since 1993, under Democratic or Republican (excluding the Trump presidency). She confessed on December 13, 2013 before the National Press Club, in a conference financed by the Chevron oil group, then on January 15, 2014 before the Senate Foreign Policy Committee, which the American government had, since the fall of the USSR, "spent five billion dollars" to make "democracy" triumph in Ukraine and that Chevron had signed on November 5 an agreement for ten billion dollars of investment for drilling that would put an end to the "country's dependence on Russia". Ms. Nuland, "cook" of the Maidan putschists, has since fabricated Ukrainian governments and presided, with the rest of the state apparatus, over the rearmament to the teeth of Ukraine, which Washington has de facto integrated into the operations of NATO since July 2021.

US intimacy with Ukrainian Nazism in general predated the fall of the USSR. Their interest in Ali Baba's Ukrainian treasure, like that of all imperialisms, has never ceased since the "opening up" of Tsarist Russia, which ceded to them its modern and concentrated economy, from banking to raw materials. As the Reich occupied the forefront of the Ukrainian scene for a long time, especially since the First World War, American banks accompanied those of the Reich in the interwar period. But to the secondary role then dictated by the German leader.

Because the Reich, the first power to recognize Russia in 1922, held the upper hand in Soviet Russia, which was treated as a pariah by the imperialist “international community”. Even in the Ukraine which Germany had snatched, in 1918 (until Germany's defeat in November), from Russia. (Ukraine) was assailed on all sides by fourteen imperialist powers from 1918 to 1920, until the Bolsheviks had reconquered it by 1920. Recognizing the Soviet state, Berlin recovered its capacity for nuisance there, "covered" by the Vatican: auxiliary to the Reich since the end of the 19th century and even more so since 1914, the Curia commissioned the German Catholic clergy to carry out military espionage in preparation for the new assault projected.


Nazi banderists in the pre-war period
It is in this context that Bandera grew up, a typical product of the Uniatism of Eastern Galicia (Western Ukraine), a weapon of war of the Roman Church against Orthodoxy since 1595-1596. Son of a Uniate priest, he was brought up like his peers in the fanatical hatred of Poles, Russians, Jews and other opponents, under the authority of Andreï Szepticky Uniate bishop of Lemberg (Lwow in Polish, Lvov in Russian, Lviv in Ukrainian) named bishop in 1900.

Russophobic, Polonophobic and shock anti-Semitic, Szepticky, like all his predecessors, had to convert Eastern Orthodox believes to Catholicism, a mission linked to the Germanic conquest. It was first in the service of Vienna, ruler of Eastern Galicia, then, Pius X preferring the powerful Hohenzollerns to the dying Habsburgs since 1907, the bishop Andreï Szepticky, until his death (November 1944), was part of the Drang nach Osten ("thrust towards the East”) of the Reich, imperial, “republican” and Hitlerian.

The Reich, which before 1914 financed "Ukrainian autonomy" against Russia, transformed Ukraine into a military stronghold during the First World War. Germany then increased the effort in eastern Galicia, transfered in 1921 by anti-Soviet France to reactionary Poland. "Ukrainian terrorist organization in Poland", 20 year old Stepan Bandera had founded with his faithful lieutenants Mykola Lebed and Yaroslav Stetsko. They participated in the anti-Soviet campaign on "the genocidal famine in Ukraine" described in 1987 by the photographer and Canadian trade unionist Douglas Tottle, a pioneer in the study of Ukrainian Nazism.

Launched by the Reich and the Vatican in the summer of 1933, that is to say after the excellent harvest of July had put an end to the scarcity or famine, used zealously by all their allies, including Poland, with Lwow as its center, ideologically prepared the conquest of Ukraine. Berlin and the Vatican had undertaken one of the two secret articles of the Reich Concordat of July 1933 to carry it out together.

The Banderists also rendered great service in Poland, not only against the Jews but also against the state. 

On June 15 1934 — the auspicious year of German attacks on heads of state and ministers — Bandera and Lebed assassinated the Polish Minister of the Interior, Bronisław Pieracki, with "delight", like his leaders, Pilsudski and Beck, in front of "the German friend. The OUN Nazis took on in Eastern Galicia — wrote Grzegorz Rossolinski-Liebe in 2014 in his landmark thesis on Bandera — the same role as the Croatian Ustashi of Ante Pavelitch, the Slovak Nazis of the Hlinka Party, the Iron Guards Romanians and other Eastern European Nazis: rich with Marks, they had all "adopted fascism, anti-Semitism, racial suprematism, the cult of war and a whole range of far-right values". In order not to offend its German “friends”, Warsaw commuted the death sentence of Bandera and Lebed, which was enacted (only) in 1936, to life imprisonment. The German occupier liberated them from the invasion of September 1939.

Banderite Nazis in World War II

Since then, the Uniate OUN, powerful in Slovak and Polish Ukraine (absent from Soviet Ukraine), was the lackey of the Reich. It was subdivided in 1939-1940 into OUN-M and OUN-B, led respectively by Andrei Melnik and by the Bandera-Lebed-Stetsko trio, divided only by their disagreement, on the surface, on "Ukrainian independence": Melnik n no longer talked about it, Bandera cherished by the verb “independence” which the Reich did not want to see at any price.

The two OUNs helped the Sipo-SD (the Gestapo) and the Abwehr to prepare the occupation of Poland, then of the USSR. Its members populated the "[German] police academies" of occupied Poland and increased their ravages after Barbarossa: alongside the Wehrmacht, they immediately liquidated 12,000 Jews in eastern Galicia, and did not stop. Auxiliaries of the Sipo-SD, they tortured and exterminated without respite with the blessing of the Uniate clerics, including Szepticky, who blessed the banderists of the 14th Legion of the Waffen SS Galicia (1943-1944) and elsewhere. In the Einsatzkommandos, prisons, concentration camps and elsewhere, the two OUNs massacred the "enemies of the Ukrainian nation": "unloyal" Ukrainians, Jews of all nationalities, non-Jewish Russians and Poles, including 100,000 people at Volhynia, a feat by Bandera that still disrupts the current (falsely) idyllic Warsaw-kyiv relationship.

In Poland and the USSR, until the complete Soviet liberation of the Ukraine (Lvov, July 1944), these champions of "ethnic cleansing" played in "the destruction of the Jews" the role of the "satellite states [of the Reich] by excellence” (Croatia and Slovakia) . The very secondary official conflict between Berlin and the Banderists over Ukrainian “independence” earned Bandera and Stetsko imprisonment in 1942 in an “honor camp” in Sachsenhausen (30 km from Berlin). Lebed, on the run, led the “Ukrainian Insurrectionary Army” (UPA) on their behalf: formed in 1942 from these auxiliary police forces of the Wehrmacht and the SS, the UPA killed common enemies.

Bandera and Stetsko were freed from their hotel "honor bunker in September 1944" they later told the CIA. In July 1944, a large part of the massacres had left the Ukraine in German vans. Berlin founded for its Ukrainian Nazis the “Ukrainian Supreme Council of Liberation” (UHVR), then, in November 1944, a “Ukrainian National Committee” with a Banderist majority. High proof of “national and anti-Nazi resistance”! The Soviet capture of Berlin rushed them to Munich, the historic center of internal Nazism and the expansion of the Deutschtum since the interwar period, which in the spring of 1945 became one of the capitals of the American occupation zone. Of the “250,000 Ukrainians” settled in 1947 “in Germany, Austria and Italy”, so-called “displaced persons”, “a large number were proven members or sympathizers of the OUN” [NAZIS].
The rest of the OUN-UPA criminals had remained in now Soviet Eastern Galicia where, clandestinely, they still massacred, under the leadership of their Uniate clerics: "in Western Ukraine", "tens of thousands" of them killed "35,000 cadres of the Soviet army and communist party oficial between 1945 and 1951", led by their foreign friends, no longer only Germans, but also Americans.

From the post-Stalingrad legend of the fight for national independence to the articles of Le Monde in January 2023
With the defeat of the Reich looming after Stalingrad, the OUN-UPA began to invent a “resistant” history: key to current Russophobic propaganda, this legend was spread throughout the “West” when the Bandera clique officially became “ally" against the USSR. Thus developed the myth of a “resistance of Ukrainian nationalists” as anti-Nazi as it was anti-Bolshevik, which is now maintained by the mainstream “Western” press.

Le Monde devoted January 7 and 8 to Bandera, two articles to this "naive hero of Ukrainian independence". The first, “Stepan Bandera, the glorified Ukrainian antihero after the Russian aggression” pushed the indulgence to such an extent that there was, perhaps in the face of numerous negative reactions, a second article. Its title was more truthful "War in Ukraine: the Bandera myth and the reality of a Nazi collaborator", not the content: Bandera "struggled by all means to liberate Ukraine from the successive yokes of Poland and Soviet Union ". He collaborated with “Nazi Germany” only for this noble objective which made him see in Hitler “a possible ally to launch the Ukrainian national revolution against the Soviet oppressor who had orchestrated, among other atrocities, the great famine of 1932- 1933, the Holodomor, killing 3 to 5 million Ukrainians. So he had plenty of excuses.

The two articles, riddled with big lies and lies of omission, make Bandera "a symbol of resistance and national unity", a complex and "contested" hero. This qualifier outraged Arno Klarsfeld (French Jewish actor) who is now alarmed by the “Western” glorification of the Ukrainian Nazis:

“Le Monde is becoming a biased and misleading newspaper: Bandera is not a “controversial” figure, he actively participated in the Holocaust. How would Le Monde qualify Goring? “controversial” too? shame for a serious newspaper !!! it is truly shameful. On March 15, 2014, the newspaper still admitted that the Maidan coup had put the Nazis in charge of Ukraine. Admittedly, with its Russophobia inherited from the organ of the Comité des Forges, Le Temps, its predecessor: “The Ukrainian far right, an unexpected target for Moscow. The visibility on Maidan of neo-Nazi, ultra-minority groups feeds Russian propaganda against the new power in kyiv”. So, justified or not?

Historical science had advanced as early as 1987, with Tottle on the "genocidal famine", on the massacres and on the scams of the OUN-OPA on its activities from 1929 to 1945. Rossolinski-Liebe, whose post-“Orange Revolution” in Ukraine threatened personal safety and banned lectures, completed the picture on outright criminal Bandera. The January 8 article in Le Monde mentions his thesis, without saying a word, and for good reason, about its content.

The Ukrainian-Nazi heroes of “national independence” were very important in the long preparations for the present American era of Ukraine. In their objective of world conquest, the United States included Russia in general, and Ukraine in particular, but had to be content here in the German era of “Europe” with a minor role. American finance capital had, since 1919, been associated with German capital in Eastern Europe. Its major press, including Hearst, a spokesman for German-American circles, took part in the campaign on “the genocidal famine in Ukraine” from 1935 – fifty years before the Reagan uproar on “Holodomor” (its new name) . The end of the Second World War sounded the hour, if not for the succession of the Reich, for collaboration with the heirs of the Reich with a view, in particular, to the conquest of Ukraine.

The American strategy of conquest of the whole of Europe was revealed between the territorial compromise of Yalta in February 1945, hated from the outset, and the definitive decision, in 1947-1948, to liquidate, not only the Soviet zone of influence, but the Soviet state as well. The task was given to Frank Wisner and George Kennan. Wisner, a Wall Street business lawyer, had been sent to Romania in 1944 by business lawyer Allen Dulles, head of OSS-Europe since November 1942, in Bern: a Soviet future had to be avoided for Ukraine — a champion of anti-Semitic massacres — by negotiating with Ukrainian elites who had been involved in it. Kennan, a diplomat, had spent his career, since 1931 in Riga (Latvia) then in various posts, fighting the USSR.

The State Department therefore entrusted this tandem, within the framework of the CIA (official successor to the OSS) founded in July 1947, with the application of directive 10/2 of the National Security Council of June 18, 1948 which prescribed the general liquidation of European socialism. A star of the Cold War, Kennan, reasonable since his retirement, unsuccessfully warned Washington against NATO's eastward expansion against Russia after 1991.

Ukraine occupied a central role in this line, and Washington relied on the experience of (Western) Germany, which had once again become an ally barely defeated (as after the Great War). Historian Christopher Simpson described as early as 1988 the incredible rescue-recycling by the OSS and its successors (“Strategic Services Unit” then CIA) of European, German and Ukrainian war criminals. Harry Rositzke, leader since 1945 in Munich of the "covert operations inside the USSR" of the Ukrainian Nazis - and a loyal agent who did not mention any names - confessed in 1985: "We knew perfectly well what we were doing. . The basis of the job was to use any trash as long as it was anti-communist.” The American historians Breitman and Goda, specialists in the "Shoah" regular collaborators of the Department of State, completed the file in 2010.

Washington badly needed the Vatican, which, as a rescuer of war criminals en masse via the European clergy, maintained its collaboration with the heirs of the Reich but adapted it to its alignment with the United States, masters of "Western Europe" and great donors (for domestic, Italian, and international use). The Curia continued to manage its Uniate breeding ground in Lvov, via prelates and underground priests. Szepticky, who died in November 1944, had been succeeded by Banderite leader Ivan Bucko, former “auxiliary bishop of Lvov” (since 1929), associated with the preparations for Barbarossa and then with the failed “re-Christianization” of the Russians. In the summer of 1945, Washington accepted this "Vatican expert on Ukrainian questions [of] radically anti-Russian opinions", as "apostolic visitor of the Ruthenians (Slavs) of the army of Ukraine" (the OUN-UPA), head, at Rome, until 1971, “Ukrainians in Western Europe”.

From July 1944, just before the entry of the Red Army into Lvov, the massacres of the “Supreme Ukrainian Liberation Council” (UHVR) had, including prelates, dealt, under the Roman wing, “with Western governments”.

The British and American allies-rivals collaborated with the groups led, on the one hand, by Bandera-Stetsko (80% of the Ukrainian personnel of the "displaced persons camps in Australia, Canada, Great Britain, the United States and other western countries at the end of the 1940s") and, on the other hand, by Lebed and the Uniate prelate Ivan Hrinioch, liaison officer with the Vatican.

In May 1945 the Americans had picked up and installed, very close to Munich, as chief spy, the Nazi general (member of the NSDAP) of the Wehrmacht Reinhard Gehlen: chief of "German military intelligence on the Eastern front" in the occupied USSR (Fremde Heere Ost, FHO), Gehlen, responsible for the "interrogations", had directed Soviet collaborators from all the occupied regions, including Ukraine, and had been building the Vlassov army since 1942. These Red Army soldiers who joined the Wehrmacht so as not to perish formed criminal gangs which rendered, in the USSR and even against the French resistance fighters in 1943-1944, the same services as the Uniate Nazis. Gehlen, a major war criminal, received immense responsibilities in 1945: intelligence espionage and aggression against the USSR, but also anti-communist action in the American zone. Adenauer, who appreciated him so much, entrusted him with his secret services when the FRG was founded in the autumn of 1949: the great Nazi Gehlen therefore headed the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND) until his retirement in 1968. Given the German experience acquired since the 1930s, its contribution to Ukraine was decisive. Surrounded exclusively by former Nazis, including his former assistants in the occupied USSR, Gehlen therefore maintained the German-Ukrainian collaboration without interruption.
London and Washington collaborated and competed in the use of Bandera and his minions. Washington was more discreet but let the banderists (majority) and other members of the OUN reconstitute themselves in Munich and around. The allies-rivals refused under all pretexts to deliver Bandera and other Ukrainian war criminals "refugees" to the USSR, which had been asking for them since the beginning of 1946 for trial. The Americans helped Bandera to settle in Munich from August 1945, forged identity papers for him (in the name of Stefan Popel) and other false documents, including one of "interned in the Nazi concentration camps of September 15 1941 to May 6, 1945 [and] released from Mauthausen concentration camp” one of the legends of today’s “Western” press. They housed him and provided him with many facilities, including a set of journalist cards, including for a “French” newspaper.

The CIA assigned Gehlen and his BND to “deal with” the compromised Bandera, serving military “operations” in Ukraine – still classified. Bandera reported directly to Heinz Danko Herre, Gehlen's former second in the Fremde Heere Ost assigned among other things to the Vlassov army and who, "Gehlen's main adviser" at the BND, adored Bandera: "we have known him for about 20 years , and he has more than half a million supporters in and outside Germany. Washington dragged out the application for a visa to stay in the United States submitted by Bandera since 1955, but the BND wanted to put its dear Bandera in direct contact with the Ukrainian Nazis of America, immigrants by the tens of thousands since the end of the 1940s. : the complicity between the CIA and the American Department of Justice made it possible to violate the law prohibiting immigration to the Nazis. “The Munich CIA officials” finally accepted “the granting of the [said] visa in 1959”, but Bandera could not reach the United States: a KGB agent executed him in Munich, on October 15, 1959, "the Soviets having decided that they could not afford the resurrection of the alliance between German espionage and Ukrainian fanatics" (Breitman and Goda). This is why the current “national hero” of “independent” Ukraine did not extend his activities across the Atlantic.

Washington had continued, still in collaboration with the BND, its works in and around Ukraine, particularly in Czechoslovakia, "the CIA providing money, supplies, training, radio facilities and the parachuting of trained agents" of the UPA. In the United States itself, the CIA promoted other Banderist allies as heralds of Ukrainian "democracy", such as Mykola Lebed, "notorious sadist and collaborator of the Germans", who had contacted Allen Dulles in Bern at the beginning of 1945: she made immigrate this "leader responsible for 'mass murders of Ukrainians, Poles and Jews'", denounced by immigrants from Eastern Europe, installed him in New York as a "permanent resident", then naturalized this leader of "Ukrainian national" propaganda in the United States. Since 1955, “leaflets were flown over Ukraine, and radio broadcasts called Nova Ukraina were broadcast from Athens for Ukrainian consumption.” All NATO countries were mobilized for this purpose.

When the Hungarian fiasco of November 1956 had stopped military action in Eastern Europe (and driven the obsessional Wisnan Ber to madness), a so-called "non-profit association" flourished (financed, like the rest, by the CIA), called Prolog, charged with flooding Ukraine with anti-Soviet propaganda. Hrinioch, Lebed's second, directed its Munich branch, the "Ukrainische Gesellschaft für Auslandsstudien" (Ukrainian Society for Foreign Studies). In “1957, Prolog broadcast 1,200 radio programs for 70 hours a month, and distributed 200,000 newspapers and 5,000 leaflets. She organized the distribution of “books by nationalist Ukrainian writers and poets”, including in Soviet Ukraine, “until the end of the Cold War”. It "financed the travel of Ukrainian students and scholars to university conferences, international youth festivals" and other events: on their return, the grantees reported to the CIA. Prolog was the only “through CIA operations to the Ukrainian Soviet Republic and its forty million Ukrainian citizens. »

In the 1960s, American banderists, including Lebed, made their public conversion to philo-Semitism, systematically denouncing "the Soviets for their anti-Semitism", a very fashionable theme these days. The Polish-American Catholic aristocrat Zbigniew Brzezinski, a pillar since the 1950s of the permanent subversion of the USSR and the Ukraine-Russia split, advocated in 1977, as national security adviser to Jimmy Carter, the extension of this wonderful program. In the 1980s, between Carter and Ronald Reagan, Prolog branched out into “other Soviet nationalities, which included Jewish Soviet dissidents, supreme irony,” according to Breitman and Goda. Brilliant tactic, after decades of hostility or indifference to European Jews, since “Western” propaganda transformed a USSR once hated as Judeo-Bolshevik into a symbol of anti-Semitism.

The American-German-Ukrainian-Nazi operations against the USSR and Eastern Europe, named "Cartel" then "Aerodynamic" then, in the 1980s, "Qrdynamic", "Pddynamic" and "Qrplumb" had never ceased . Breitman and Goda's study ended in 1990, "on the verge of collapse" of the USSR: everything was then ready, in Ukraine, for the next phase, managed by Ms. Nuland and her ilk.



* Annie Lacroix-Riz, associate professor of history, doctor of letters, professor emeritus of contemporary history at the University of Paris VII - Denis Diderot, is a specialist in international relations in the first half of the 20th century.