May 8 — Day of Remembrance of Died in WW 2

by Olha Povaliaieva
Sunday, May 8, 2022
May 8 — Day of Remembrance of Died in WW 2

When Ukraine and the whole world celebrated the Day of Remembrance and Reconciliation with the words “Never again”, flagrant Russia shouted "We can repeat". And repeated against Ukraine

Today Ukraine, Europe, and the USA celebrate the Day of Remembrance and Reconciliation. We honor the memory of those who sacrificed their lives for the future of their children and our present. We honor reconciliation because only by joining forces with the whole world could we achieve peace.

On February 24, Russia started World War 3 by attacking Ukraine. By this action, Russia spat on the graves of everyone who, from 1939 to 1945, laid down his life for peace. The memory of these people is desecrated by Russia because they died for the life of their children, but now their grandchildren are dying for Putin's sick ambitions.

On May 8, 1949, in the French town of Ramsey, nazi Germany signed a German Instrument of Surrender, and on May 8, it was ratified in Germany. For the whole world, the end of the war is May 8th. And only one document was not enough for Russia, and on May 9 it demanded that Germany ratify another of the same document — the Act on the Unconditional Surrender of Germany. In 2004, the UN declared 2 May days, 8 and 9, Days of Remembrance and Reconciliation. In Russia, May 8 is not celebrated, but only May 9, and they call it Victory Day. We remind you that on May 9, that is, tomorrow, Russia may declare war on Ukraine. What an irony: to declare war on Victory Day.

Russia, which made May 9 a cult, forgot about its very essence and the sacrifice for which we thank our ancestors. Russia proved its perverted understanding of the peace on February 24th. Therefore, May 9 is no longer celebrated in Ukraine and Europe.

Soon the world will be returned to the bravest point on the planet — Ukraine. Glory to Ukraine!

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