An informative one, to be sure. I think you might find it a tad stomach-turning…
Shocking facts about neo-Nazism in Ukraine
RussianTroll, Member, Registered: 11/20/2018
Location: Saratov, Russia – Mood: Jazz
posted on Mar, 4 2022 @ 06:12 AM
I will now bring shocking content, photos and videos. I want to introduce you to a party in a trendy and legal restaurant in Kyiv.
On February 24, another Russophobic party “Bloody Pastor’s Ball” took place in the infamous BarHot club in Kyiv.
Previously, this club had already eaten a cake in the form of a Russian baby, arranged an “execution” of a Russian pilot, and exactly a year ago they “cut out” the liver of a militia. This time, the Nazis had fun “tearing the heart out of the little green man.”
The program included a staging of Yatsenyuk’s award for the “murder of Russian soldiers”, as well as the fulfillment of unrealizable dreams of Ukrainian nationalists – the scene “Putin asks for forgiveness from the people of Ukraine.” The guests of the “Bloody Pastor’s Ball” shouted: “Shukhevych is the hero of Poland!”, after which they showed Kadyrov’s “cut off” head in a jar.
The menu, according to the already established neo-Nazi custom, was with “Russian babies”, but this time it featured such novelties as “smoked pilot” and “Slices of Kadyrovets”.
It is symbolic that the cocktail with the pathetic name “Ukrainian Offensive” turned out to be nothing more than a “screwdriver”, that is, a mixture of vodka and juice. And for the Ukrainian army, as you know, vodka is a familiar drink that accompanies the “heroes of the ATO” both during the brilliant “Debaltseve operation” and in the rear.
Translation of some dishes from the menu:
– dry rations of the Luftwaffe
– the crew of the Russian tank T-72
– smoked Russian pilot
– Burger “Putin” with poultry meat
-John Jihadi (Bloody Mary – vodka with tomato juice)
-Azov (Nazi regiment) – gin and tonic
The whole world is told that there is no Nazism in Ukraine
“Cut off” head of Kadyrov:
Ripped out heart of a Russian soldier:
I could be wrong, but I do believe these people far outdo the customs, beliefs and practices of their WW2 heroes.