If you think about it, in any other context a child that is taught this was good behavior by adults would probably be removed from the home. Wasn't there a national outcry for the children of Waco? They weren't taught this. Before you get too upset, just remember, they are your neighbors, not mine. People like Victoria Nuland grew up in these children groups and now set foreign policy regarding Eastern Europe and Russia.
In Stamford, CT how far do you think this could go? " On October 16,2011, members of the 54th branch of CYM "Khersones" in Stamford, CT attended a mass and requiem service in honor of the great Ukrainian hero and freedom fighter, Stepan Bandera ...The SUM members and the faithful present that day enjoyed a beautiful and emotional homily about the life and achievements of Stepan Bandera delivered by Reverend Bohdan Danylo, Rector of St. Basil's Seminary in Stamford.
He instructed the children on how they can model their own lives on Bandera's by following his example of self-sacrifice and unwavering dedication to his country. Following the homily, Father Bohdan distributed candles to each child which burned brightly during a stirring execution of the prayer "Vichnaya Pam'yat" in honor of the great hero of the Ukrainian nation."
Ukrainian nationalist scholar, Taras Kuzio goes on to say that CYM was set up in East Ukraine to indoctrinate Donbass children into integral nationalism and Plast was set up in West Ukraine in 1989. Adolf Hitler's nationalism, like the Ukrainian emigre, is called integral nationalism. "Integral" means you answer to the ideology in every aspect of your life and every decision is checked against the ideology.
The emigres today, regardless of what country they live in hold the same type of Nazi ideology (integral nationalism) Adolf Hitler had for Germany as being more precious than their own lives.
By February 1991 it started to pay off in Ukraine. Radical nationalism exploded among the youth, and Rukh, which was Ukraine's leading nationalist party attracted them. The youth called for the party to adopt the mythologized version of the OUN ideology. The OUNr (OUNb and m) were supporting the groups financially and ideologically promoting radical nationalism.-RADICAL NATIONALIST PARTIES AND MOVEMENTS IN CONTEMPORARY UKRAINE BEFORE AND AFTER INDEPENDENCE: THE RIGHT AND ITS POLITICS, 1989-1994 Taras Kuzio
According to Ukrainian apologist Anne Applebaum -"" rather than acknowledging that nationalism is fundamentally emotional. In truth, you can't really make 'the case' for nationalism; you can only inculcate it, teach it to children, cultivate it at public events."-- Anne Applebaum historian for UCCA history project (Wife of Poland's Foreign Minister, Radislaw Sikorski
The social contract between Ukraine's government and the people was broken with Ukrainians before it was put on paper. It was broken during the Orange Revolution. It was broken again during the Maidan coup. The war has been a civil war. The Ukrainian government attacked its people. The Ukrainian government destroyed its legitimacy.
Why is Russia the Greatest Threat to Ukraine?
After supporting Kiev, the western world is scared to death of a successful and popular Russian democracy next door. They are scared of a successful Crimea, LNR (Lugansk Peoples Republic), and DNR(Donetsk Peoples Republic). They, along with the rest of the CEE (Central and Eastern European Countries) are afraid that their own people will start to look east in hope of a better life than to the west. If Crimea, LNR, and DNR succeed, the government at Kiev and its emigre handlers are afraid nationalist Ukraine will fail.
Just before Ukraine declared its independence from the Soviet Union, Ukrainian nationalist forces in Ukraine and the Diaspora identified the greatest threat to their take-over project in Ukraine was a flourishing Russian democracy.
" Originally, in 1990, the SNUM-nationalists and the UNS(Ukrainian nationalist groups) espoused "revolutionary nationalism" (the ideology of the emigre OUNr). .."The enemy of the Ukrainian administration is Russian democracy. The only weapon for it is state independence." Hence, the UNA believed that Kravchuk's anathema for Russian democracy would have transformed itself into support for authoritarianism and nationalism within an independent Ukraine, especially as both the UNA and the national communists supported state-based (not ethnic) nationalism and allegiance to independent Ukraine... The vote in favour of independence, which was made by the population of Ukraine, was not the result of the activity of the so-called 'democratic forces' (apart from, possibly, in the territory of western Ukraine), but was the result of the turn towards independence of the higher organs of power in Ukraine, as was seen in the election of Kravchuk as president of Ukraine," claimed Melnyk, head of the UNA executive"- RADICAL NATIONALIST PARTIES AND MOVEMENTS IN CONTEMPORARY UKRAINE BEFORE AND AFTER INDEPENDENCE: THE RIGHT AND ITS POLITICS, 1989-1994Taras Kuzio
This paper by leading a Ukrainian nationalist academic was written almost 10 years before the Maidan coup. It clearly states Ukraine was never intended to be a democracy. The threat to Ukraine was its people wanting the freedoms and protections they would never know in their own country. The greatest threat to a nationalist tyranny was and is having a flourishing democratic government only one border away.
Kuzio's insertion of Melnyk, the son of Waffen SS officer Andrei Melnyk shows the importance Nazi OUN politics played in the formation of today's Ukraine even before its independence. Even its flag today is the WWII Nazi OUNb flag.
To reiterate, Melnyk went on to say that the old ruling layer would continue in rule and ruin the country. This happened. The revolution would be two stages and the first would be selling off Ukraine in small bits. This happened. The second part would start when a new generation of administrators, managers and academics appeared. This happened.
The Interregional Academy of Human Resources (MAUP) boasts of providing the education for more than 97% of the Ukrainian national government in the decades preceding Maidan. MAUP teaches Bandera nationalist/ messianic ideology.
In the wake of the Orange Revolution, Ukraine has witnessed a substantial growth in organized anti-Semitism. Central to this development is an organization, known as the Interregional Academy of Human Resources, better known by its Ukrainian acronym MAUP. It operates a well-connected political network that reaches the very top of the Ukrainian society. By September 2005, the number of students had grown to over 51,000, in November the same year to 57,000. MAUP is the largest private university in Ukraine, with 57,000 students at 24 regional campuses .- Pers Anders Rudling Canadian Slavonic Papers/Revue canadienne des slavistesVol. XLVIII, Nos. 1-2, March-June 2006 Organized Anti-Semitism in Contemporary Ukraine:Structure, Influence and Ideology