... for celebration of V-Day in France, because, obviously, supporters of Nazism from the US and EU, cannot invite the main force which destroyed the best combined Europe threw at USSR in 1941. In fact, it is only natural. So, while they celebrate in France, this event will probably be ignored, because after all--these are West's new old heroes.
A World War II cemetery in Nijmegen has been vandalised with anti-Russian texts and swastikas, news website Nu.nl said on Wednesday afternoon.The website published several photos showing Ukrainian flags, swastikas and the text ‘Fuck Russia’ painted across the entrance to the Jonkerbos cemetery and on several grave stones.The location is the last resting place for 1,642 soldiers, mainly British but also Canadians, Australians and other allies.-Advertentie-Nijmegen mayor Hubert Bruls said the vandalism was ‘disgusting’. ‘And to happen on a day like today,’ he told the Gelderlander, referring to the May 4 Remembrance Day commemorations. ‘I cannot understand how someone would do this.’
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Well, Hubert Bruls, evidently missed the memo that Western political establishment and media are now into Ukie thing and support murder, rape and pillage committed by Nazi regime in Kiev and that from now on is the fate of Europe who MUST support Nazism, and she will.
So, the spirits of fallen Allied heroes probably look in horror on this:
But they shouldn't worry, West merely returns to its natural self circa 1930s and inevitably the crowds of 404 refugees will make sure that brainwashed and utterly pussified Europeans accept what is coming to them. In related news: LOL. This is from the country venerating Nazis and SS Division. Don't worry, Europeans and US "intelligentsia" will swallow it line, hook and sinker. Actually, they did already and that is why Russia is not invited to France, because you cannot invite people who paid the ultimate price defeating those who the combined West openly supports. But that is a whole other story, after all:
US authorities have canceled this year’s ceremony in memory of the historic meeting of Soviet and American soldiers on the Elbe in 1945, which takes place annually at Arlington Cemetery near Washington at the Spirit of the Elbe memorial, Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov told the media. “It was refused to hold such events. Purely formally [they were canceled by] Arlington Cemetery, but we were clearly told that [this happened based] on the recommendation of the State Department. We understand this reaction due to the Russophobia that is deployed today in the United States,” he said. Russian diplomats, their counterparts from CIS countries, World War II veterans, and American officials previously laid wreaths at the memorial every year.
So, nothing unexpected, just the routine.
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