What you say is so true. Courageous Ukrainians, like Wiktor Poliszczuk, who dare to tell the truth are ostracised and defamed by the majority of their countrymen of the Ukrainian Diaspora. The saddest aspect is that some of the worst offenders in this regard of glorifying the OUN and UPA, and covering up and/or denying their crimes are Church newspapers and periodicals, as I have observed on many occasions over the years.
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From: Paul Havers <haverp@...
Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2008 8:47:28 AM
Subject: Re: [Kresy-Siberia] : Ukrainian Nationalists in Canada
I unfortunately have had some bad rap from a Canadian - Ukrainian, have
a look on http://www.kresy.
and then click on food for thought link.
This is what actually happened and I was lost for words how this person
Tilford Bartman wrote:
> I may be off base, but my impression of Canada is that it is a
> relatively tolerant multi-ethnic multi-cultural society that in many
> ways works remarkably well with a more or less live and let live ethic.
> I remember reading that a former Canadian Prime Minister confided that
> he thought part of the reluctance to prosecute Nazi war criminals was
> due to the relatively large communities in Canada from places like the
> Ukraine and Latvia, as well as a significant Jewish community. The
> Canadian authorities were sensitive to exacerbating tensions, and
> getting in the middle of this.
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