Occupants do Nazi salute in city that survived Babi Yar - Shariy on march dedicated to SS Galicia Division

Source : 112 Ukraine

Anatoly Shariy, the leader of the Party of Shariy political force commented on the "March of Vyshyvankas"
19:12, 28 April 2021


A march in the center of Kyiv dedicated to the Waffen-SS Division "Galicia" is a real Nazi occupation. Its participants stand in the center of Kyiv, the city that survived the tragedy at Babi Yar and do the Nazi salute. Anatoly Shariy, the leader of the Party of Shariy political force said on the Ukrainian Format talk show on Pershiy Nezalezhniy TV channel.

The politician, commenting on the "March of Vyshyvankas" on the day of the creation of the "Galicia" division, which is taking place in Kyiv at that moment, noted that supporters of those who served Hitler are walking now in Kyiv downtown and he has the impression that the Kyiv he knew no longer exists.

"I will say as it is: they came from their safe houses and half of them occupied the city council, and half are marching through the city of Kyiv, which means nothing to them and their ancestors, who liberated this Kyiv were not here and so on. This is the occupation, a real occupation, which I can compare with the Nazi occupation. These occupants are now imposing, they are saluting near Arsenalna – as heard, standing and saluting in the city that survived Babi Yar," Anatoly Shariy emphasized.

The politician predicts that the world will not react to today's event in Kyiv.  

"This is not normal for the entire civilized world, but the civilized world now, excuse me, like an old whore, will close its eyes and once again will not see this march. And nothing will be said, believe me. There will be no UN Security Council, there will be no note of protest and so on. Everyone will just eat it. Why? Because it is profitable now to close eyes to this lawlessness that Zelensky has caused in the country," Anatoly Shariy said.

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