JACK POSOBIEC and GAVIN WAX: ADL silent on Canadian recognition of Waffen-SS veteran

Jack Posobiec and Gavin Wax called out the hypocrisy of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and elaborated on the history of the Waffen SS on his show Monday in response to Justin Trudeau and Volodymyr Zelensky giving a Nazi collaborator a standing ovation.

Wax began, “We've seen a scrubbing of the ADL website with all references to the Azov Battalion being a neo-Nazi military unit based in Ukraine”, noting that it’s out of “hypocritical convenience.”

“Nazis of yesterday are now whitewashed and cleansed of their past sins because they may be useful in the current geopolitical struggle against Russia.”

Wax claimed that “anyone who knows basic history knows that if you were a so-called Ukrainian partisan between 1941 and 1945, you were most likely a Nazi collaborator, you were most likely working with the Waffen SS.”

The Waffen SS, also known as The First Ukrainian Division, was a voluntary military unit in which 98-year-old Yaroslav Hunka, the honoree, fought for the Nazis.

Wax stated that “this is a nationalism in Ukraine that is rooted in the ideas of Stepan Bandera.”

According to Wax, Bandera “massacred Jews across Ukraine” along with Poles and even fellow Slavs.

“This is a movement that should be repulsive to any supposed liberal in Canada or elsewhere. But…if you're anti-Russia and Putin they will excuse all past sins, and the ADL will be completely silent as this goes on.”

Posobiec and Wax both agreed that “the ADL is a completely politicized institution.”

Wax noted that the ADL claims “to be fighting against defamation” yet they are the largest offender of spreading disinformation about conservatives.

He concluded that “It's a left-wing pressure group masquerading as a civil rights organization. And they're silent on the overt and blatant Nazism that is very pervasive in the Ukrainian regime with the Azov Battalion.”


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