Cuckolds and Patsies for Stepan Bandera

The other day, Russian media like Zvezda.TV and Tsargrad.TV ran a story that declassified CIA documents call Bandera a “fascist” and a “spy for Hitler”…

But on a closer inspection, the document in question turns out to be a translation from a Soviet propaganda publication Sotsialisticheskiy Vestnik. However, reading through the documents on the CIA website, I came across another translation from the Soviet press. Vladimir Belyayev writes in the Literaturnaya Gazeta that the OUN sent saboteurs into the USSR in the post-War years. And then there is this…

Throughout the post war years, the “Fuehrer” of the Ukrainian nationalistti Stepan Benders., alias “Popel”, lived in Munich until he met his infamous death on the stone steps of house No.7 on Kraytmayershtrasse. The fifty year old priest’s son, from the village of Staryy Ugrinov, was cruel, greedy, ready to commit any crime for profit. He divided his time equally between the struggle for “independent Ukraine” and petty debauchery, forcing the wives of his followers and those of the “couriers” sent to the Ukraine, to cohabit with him.

It may or may not be true. Here are some photos of Bandera from around that period…
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