MP outraged at UOC memorial services for the dead in Odessa on May 2
MP Denisenko Andrey, who was elected to the Rada from the BPP, called to sweep away with purifying fire all those who participate in mourning moleben prayers for the victims of the Odessa riots.
The call to rebuff the "adherents of the Russian world" in the memorial services was published by the parliamentarian on his Facebook page.
"Today is a big and significant day. The day of liberation of Odessa from the Rascist invaders. 4 years ago the Ukrainian patriots gave a decisive rebuff to the armed adherents of the Russian world,” the parliamentarian said. “I’ve just received an information letter that today famous local separatist and Kremlin lackey Sashovilkul (Aleksandr Vilkul – Ed.) is preparing "mourning" actions with the participation of Moscow priests.
The deputy is indignant that after the prayers of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church for "innocently murdered victims of Odessa" (mind that the words are taken in inverted commas) they plan to launch into the sky black mourning balls at the Transfiguration Cathedral in Dnepr and in Krivoy Rog.
"I think we need to be prepared like 4 years ago to sweep away all this rascist evil spirits with purifying fire. We or they. The third is not given," sums up the founder of the human rights group" SICH".
In 2016, Denisenko called to remove the deputy’s immunity from MPs Aleksandr Vilkul and Vadim Novinsky.
According to the Ukrainskaya Pravda resource, SBU investigated the participation of Denisenko in a gang that was engaged in kidnapping and racketeering.
Denisenko Andrey held senior positions in Dnepropetrovsk organization of the Congress of Ukrainian Nationalists. From 2011, he led the Dnepropetrovsk branch of Svoboda party, and from February 2014 he was in charge of the regional cell of the Right Sector. He is one of the founders of the "UKROP" party. In October 2014 he was elected to the Verkhovna Rada from the Bloc Petro Poroshenko, he is a member of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Legal Policy and Justice.
On May 2, 2014, as a result of the riots in Odessa, 48 people were killed. Among them – seven women and one minor. Another 200 people were injured having varying degrees of severity, including law enforcement officers. Let's notice, that for the last years the law enforcement bodies have not investigated the mass murder of unarmed citizens of Ukraine.