War in Ukraine: Politicians around the world liken the Russian invasion to Nazism

After Ukrainian President Zhelensky, it was British Defense Minister Ben Wallace who now brought Putin’s policy closer to Nazi policy.

The world celebrated yesterday 77th anniversary of Nazi surrender Of May 8, 1945, Marks the end of World War II in Europe. This date, engraved in our memories, especially echoes the current context War in Ukraine. Many blame the feeling of “Teja Wu” and fear that history will repeat itself.

This is especially the case with the President of Ukraine. Volodymyr ZhelenskyConcerned about resurgence Nazi “monster”.

“Evil is returning”

The President of Ukraine recalled that he was famous “Never again”Over and over again in every remembrance, all meaning is lost February 24 Finally, the beginning of the conflict in Ukraine.

As mentioned NewspaperZelenski openly compared politics Vladimir Putin ThatHitler It explains: Evil returned. In different forms, with different slogans, but with the same purpose.

\ u26a1 \ ufe0fZelensky in his WWII Victory Day speech: ‘Then we won. We will win now. ‘

“We will never forget what our forefathers did in World War II, which killed more than eight million Ukrainians,” President Zhelensky said.

“Very soon, there will be two victory days in Ukraine,” he said. pic.twitter.com/4nDmY7bDPS

– The Give Independent (yKyivIndependent) May 9, 2022

The President translated his reasoning into figures: “The Nazis were killed 10 000 Civilians in two years of occupation. Russia was killed 20 000 People in two months “.

However, he ended his speech with confidence, telling his people: “We will deal with the winter, which starts on February 24 and lasts until May 8, but it will eventually end and thaw under the Ukrainian sun.”

The English are also concerned

Volodimir Zelensky was not alone in worrying about the apparent similarities between Russian and Nazi politics. British Secretary of Defense Ben WallaceExplained Putin and his political circle “Reflects Fascism” Nazis.

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In a speech at the National Military Museum in London, the British politician most clearly condemned Russian policy: “Thank you for their invasion Ukraine Putin, his entourage and his commanders It now reflects the fascism and tyranny of 70 years agoTo repeat the mistakes of the dictatorial regimes of the last century. “

\ u26a1 \ ufe0f The UK Secretary of Defense claims that Putin’s regime ‘reflects’ the actions of the Nazis.

Based on an earlier copy of a May 9 speech to the Telegraph and the Times, Ben Wallace would say that Putin, his inner circle and generals “reflect on fascism and tyranny 70 years ago.”

– The Give Independent (yKyivIndependent) May 9, 2022

As mentioned DefenderLe Minister of Defense He explained that they were Russian soldiers and encouraged the military court of generals “Apart from engaging in illegal invasions and war crimes, their teams have defeated their own soldiers.They must be brought before a court-martial.

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