Nazi gas chambers killed millions of innocent people. The horror that Hitler’s dream of the Third Reich left in Russia is still evident. In this context, Ottawa has faced the wrath of Moscow by honoring a Nazi.
According to international media sources, on September 22, a Ukrainian Nazi named Yaroslav Hunka was honored in the Parliament of Canada. During World War II, he was a member of the infamous Waffen SS of German Supreme Commander Adolf Hitler. He was a member of the ‘Galicia’ division of the SS in Ukraine. Currently he is 98 years old. Anthony Rota, the speaker of the country’s parliament, referred to this Hunka as a “hero of Ukraine and Canada”.
Red Russia is angry at Canada’s incident. Moscow has demanded a response from Ottawa. Not only that, Canada’s national politics is hot about this. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been single-handedly taken by the country’s opposition leader Pierre Polievre. He claims that Trudeau himself met with Nazi Yaroslav Hunka. He should apologize.
Significantly, Canada has sided with Russia in the Ukraine war. He has moved against Russia in the context of conflict with India over the Khalistan issue. He alleged that Moscow is using food and fuel as a tool in the war in Ukraine. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivered a speech at the UN Security Council’s special session on Ukraine on Wednesday. There, he took the Putin administration with one hand and said, “Moscow is using food and energy as a tool in the war in Ukraine.” As a result millions of people are facing starvation. However, Canada stands by those who are facing food crisis. We are responsible for Ukraine. Ukraine’s fight is our fight.