Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has issued an apology for his applause of a Ukrainian Nazi veteran during a parliamentary ceremony last week.
He acknowledged the incident as “deeply embarrassing for parliament and Canada.” Trudeau expressed these apologies before addressing the Canadian House of Commons on Wednesday, extending “parliament’s unreserved apologies for what happened on Friday.”
This incident occurred when Canadian lawmakers, including Trudeau, gave a standing ovation to 98-year-old Yaroslav Hunka.
During an event with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, House Speaker Anthony Rota introduced Hunka as “a Ukrainian hero, a Canadian hero… who fought for Ukrainian independence against the Russians” during World War II. This means that they do have prior knowledge about which side Hunka was fighting with against the Russians at the time.
Rota subsequently resigned from his position after it became public knowledge that Hunka had served with the 14th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS, a Ukrainian unit formed by the Nazi regime in 1943 that committed atrocities against Jews and Poles on the Eastern Front.
Initially, Trudeau had described the incident as “embarrassing” but did not directly apologize or call for Rota’s resignation. However, during his Wednesday address, Trudeau distanced himself from Rota, a fellow member of the Liberal Party, stating that “the speaker was solely responsible for the invitation and recognition of this man and has wholly accepted that responsibility and stepped down.”
He also expressed regret for the standing ovation, emphasizing that those present were unaware of the context surrounding Hunka’s past.
Trudeau asserted that he had been unaware of Hunka’s affiliation with a Nazi unit, but Rota’s description of him as a Ukrainian fighting against the Russians in World War II could only have applied to someone aligned with Nazi Germany.
We might as well crown Justin Castro as the King of Denials before he steps down, as many Canadians may have finally awaken to the reality that indeed Nazis are in their midst, and in fact running their government from the top.
Trudeau acknowledged the ceremony’s impact, calling it a “horrendous violation of the memory of the millions of people who died in the Holocaust” and deeply painful for various communities, including Jewish, Polish, Roma, and 2SLGBTQI+ individuals.
This apology from the Canadian Prime Minister followed strong condemnation from Russia, Poland, and Jewish organizations such as the Toronto-based Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center.
They characterized Hunka’s wartime unit as responsible for the mass murder of innocent civilians with unprecedented brutality and malice.
Now, Wikipedia is planning to erase Hunka from its record. So, before they do that, visit the page and save it.
German Ambassador Downplays Attendance at Canadian Parliament Honoring of WWII Nazi
The German Foreign Office has downplayed its ambassador to Canada’s presence at a recent event where lawmakers in Ottawa honored a Ukrainian veteran of the Waffen SS, indicating that she was unaware of his Nazi background when she joined Canadian lawmakers in applauding him.
Foreign Office spokesperson Sebastian Fischer acknowledged this oversight during a press briefing on Wednesday in response to questions about Ambassador Sabine Sparwasser’s participation in the event honoring Yaroslav Hunka, a WWII Nazi collaborator.
During a visit by Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, members of the Canadian parliament gave lengthy standing ovations to the 98-year-old Hunka when he was introduced.
Notably, Zelensky and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau were among those enthusiastically applauding. Fischer asserted that Sparwasser, like others in attendance, was unaware of Hunka’s Nazi affiliation at the time.
While acknowledging the incident’s inappropriateness, Fischer stated that Hunka’s true identity remained unknown to the German diplomat and the event’s attendees because his participation was not announced in advance.
However, when House Speaker Anthony Rota introduced Hunka to the audience, he mentioned that Hunka “fought for Ukrainian independence against the Russians,” which strongly implied his service on the side of the Axis powers during WWII. Rota referred to him as a “Ukrainian hero” and a “Canadian hero” for his service.
Rota resigned from his position on Tuesday and offered an apology for his mistake in honoring Hunka. Hunka had volunteered in the 14th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS, a Ukrainian unit responsible for atrocities against Jews and Poles on the Eastern Front.
When questioned about Sparwasser’s failure to recognize Hunka’s Nazi ties despite being informed that he fought against the Red Army, Fischer suggested alternative explanations for his wartime role. He theorized that Hunka might have been a member of the Polish Home Army, which fought against both German and Russian forces.
It’s worth noting that during WWII, Ukrainian Nazi collaborators were responsible for the deaths of thousands of Poles. Hunka, along with thousands of other Ukrainian fighters, was allowed to immigrate to the UK and Canada after WWII, despite potential involvement in war crimes.
In response to the incident, Moscow criticized it as a cynical exploitation of the memory of Nazism’s victims, an example of blatant Russophobia, and indicated the possibility of launching an investigation into potential war crimes and requesting Hunka’s extradition.
Poland, a strong supporter of modern-day Ukraine in its conflict with Russia, also called for an investigation into potential war crimes committed by Hunka.
The Nazification of America, Canada, UK, and EU
The Nazification of America, Canada, UK, and EU started even before WW1 and WW2.
Remember, individuals like George Scherff Sr., also known as ‘Prescott Bush,’ were already in the US when the bank he was working for, the Union Bank of New York, along with the rest of Wall Street, was financing the rise of Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Germany, much in the same way they are financing Ukraine today.
The only difference is that the recruited Clown Zelensky is not only much more corrupt but also lacks the military background that Corporal Adolf had. This explains the heavy reliance on Andrey Biletsk, the founder of the Nazi Azov battalion.
At the conclusion of the Second World War, the Nazis primarily went underground in the Americas with the assistance of the true power behind the entire organization, namely the Vatican Church, through Operation Paperclip.
Today, it is undeniable that they have infiltrated the corridors of power, including the Canadian Parliament and the White House, much earlier.
Here is a concise summary of recent events in Canada and their global implications…
During the visit by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that Canada will provide an additional C$650 million ($482 million) in military assistance to Ukraine over the next three years.
This announcement followed Ukraine’s military claim on Friday that it had “successfully” targeted the headquarters of Russia’s Black Sea navy in Sevastopol, a port city in Crimea.
With Justin Castro, Zelensky and Hunka inside the Canadian Parliament, Nazism, Zionism, and Communism are proven to have come from the same source, the same malevolent organization now called as the Khazarian Mafia.
Considering all of the above, is Putin wrong in the ongoing deNazification of Ukraine?