Source Pravda.Ru

Ukrainian PM Yatsenyuk calls residents of south-east 'subhumans'

 

Arseny Yatsenyuk, Rada-appointed Prime Minister of Ukraine, used the Nazi word 'subhumans' in relation to residents of the south-east of the country in official comments on the webpage of the Ukrainian Embassy in the United States.

One of Yatsenyuk's quotes contains the word "subhuman." In the same statement, the so-called prime minister promised to destroy all those, who kill Ukrainian military men and then "cleanse the earth from evil," Lifenews reports.

Yatsenyuk expressed condolences to the families of the Ukrainian military men, who were killed near Lugansk, fighting against their own people. The prime minister called them heroes.

"They lost their lives because they defended men and women, children and the elderly who found themselves in a situation facing a threat to be killed by invaders and sponsored by subhumans," he said. "First, we will commemorate the heroes by wiping out those who killed them and then by cleaning our land from the evil," Yatsenyuk's message posted on the website of the Ukrainian Embassy in the USA said.

Noteworthy, the word "subhumans" has a German equivalent - "untermensch," which translates from German as a person of inferior race. Such vocabulary and beliefs are inherent to Nazi ideology.

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