Wednesday, March 30, 2022

Some Ukraine Memes



  1. The face of a Katyn killer is the face of today Russia.

  2. Russian plans regarding Ukraine This is an Ukrainian summary in English. If you prefer the original version

  3. Polish Ambassador (Pakistan) rejects false accusations. Similar anti-Polish opinions havee been published in the USA.

  4. Ukrainian parents label their children in case they die

  5. Ukrainian female soldiers shaved off by Russian occupants.

  6. Many Russian soldiers have plundered Ukraine, their troops were transferred to Belarus, now they send their booty to their families. There exists book Hitler's Beneficiaries: Plunder, Racial War, and the Nazi Welfare State, New York: Henry Holt and Company, 2005 by Götz Aly.

  7. Letter against pigs in "Maus",20,41727,0,depiction-of-the-entire-polish-ethnic-group-as-pigs-offends-the-people-of-polish-descent-and-is-racist-in-its-nature-become-a-signatory-of-the-enclosed-letter.html attacks the idea claiming that the Jews were excluded from the Polish society. The statement is unprecise, Orthodox Jews frequently declared to be not Polish themselves. Germanised Jews considered themselves German, Russified ones Russian.

  8. "They (Ukrainians) need to be partially eliminated", 2016, Mikhail Khazin

  9. Therapy for Ukrainian children in Poland. The story is sweet, but Poland is a poor country. The EU continues sanctions against Poland.


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