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Oct162012

Stephan, Stefan, Stepan Bandera

On this day, 62 years ago...

Ukrainian fascist bandit known as "Stepan Bandera" was sent to the eternal abodes via cyanide, and this is the name that appeared on his coffin:

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Who messed up at his funeral, and why? 

And in school he was known as "Stefan":

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The above cannot be the Polish version of "Stepan" because the Polish version is "Szczepan".

Did somebody Ukrainise his name later?

UPDATE:

Appears that Bandera even wrote his name as "Stefan", look at the signed photo below:

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And also interesting at this instance is the fact that Bandera's grandson is named "Stefko." A strange name by the way.

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Above he is seen with the son of Petro Shelest, the leader of Ukrainian Communists during the Khrushchev Era, Vitaliy. This in fact engenders more questions beyond the topic of this post.   

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Reader Comments (16)

GREAT detective work Leos (you really are devoted to such important and seious endeavors!). Perhaps your next piece will finally uinravel how Bandera the Polak invented the Ukrainian language...keep up the great work, I can't get enough! :-) :-) :-)

@ Hack

Who messed up at Bandera's funeral, and why? ;-)

October 16, 2012 | Registered CommenterLeoš Tomíček

Noone, he must be a Polak like you infer from this great piece of investigative research...since it appears that you missed the autumnal graduate school entrance date once again, I'm sure that we'll be treated to more of this inciteful analysis for at least another year!!!

@ Hack

If you do not have an answer, don't bother writing anything. ;-)

October 16, 2012 | Registered CommenterLeoš Tomíček

I've said that 'he must be a Polak like you infer from this great piece of investigative research'...what other conclusion can one come to after reading this conclusive piece??.....:-) :-)

@ Hack

You infer, I do not infer anything. ;-)

October 16, 2012 | Registered CommenterLeoš Tomíček

Then what's the point of this piece??....

' why did nobody make sure that "Stepan" will not become "Stephan" at Bandera's funeral? Or did somebody Ukrainise his name later?'

Since the rest of this piece points to his 'Polish version of his name', what else is left?

Do you ever stop and actually read the nonsense that you try to propogate here???.......

@ Hack

I don't propagate anything, I am just asking questions. If you have nothing to say, stay quiet you moron!

October 16, 2012 | Registered CommenterLeoš Tomíček

'Above he is seen with the son of Petro Shelest, the leader of Ukrainian Communists during the Khrushchev Era, Vitaliy. This in fact engenders more questions beyond the topic of this post.'

Oh please don't stop now...let me guess...Stefan Bandera formed a cell of disgruntled Poles, including Shelest, in order to tear Ukraine away from its one true hope of salvation that could only lead to 'reunification' with Moscow. When are you finally going to tell us which of all of these nefarious Poles actually invented and spread the artificailly stiched together Ukrainian language and forced it upon the millions of Russian speaking Ukrainians?? This is precisely the kind of information that the world needs Leos, to balance out all of the Svidomite nonsense coming out of places like Harvard and Columbia.

@ Hack

You have a very vivid imagination, have you spoken to your doctor about it? As you can notice, I do not say anything in the post above, all that I read in your comment comes out of your own head. But I am aware that you are a maniac.

-My question is why does Bandera appear as "Stefan" on documents? I have established that it cannot be a Polish version, because the Polish version is "Szczepan." ;-) Look above.

-Is it somewhat like Filip Orlik, who became Pylyp Orlyk in Ukrainian?

-The other question could be asked, what is the story behind Vitaliy Shelest and Stefko Bandera together on a photo?

You appear to have no answers. ;-)

October 17, 2012 | Registered CommenterLeoš Tomíček

' I do not say anything in the post above'

That's the whole problem with your writing style Leos, it's difficult to come to any sort of a conclusion after reading something written from a knucklehead who even admits that he doesn't 'say anything in the post above'. :-)

@ Hack

I am just asking questions, I do not have an answer why Bandera used the name "Stefan" and now appears in literature as "Stepan". Do you have an answer why that is? I cannot make a conclusion because I do not have the necessary information. There is no problem with my writing style, I write these posts for the sake of curiosity.

So I ask, was Bandera originally "Stefan," and his name was simply Ukrainised in later literature, like it was done with Pylyp Orlyk?

October 17, 2012 | Registered CommenterLeoš Tomíček

Why you sort out the really important stuff, as evidenced here, I thought that I'd throw you a bone and help get your ratings up. Check out these really beautiful, young Ukrainian girls, in Chicago of all places. http://zakarpattya.net.ua/News/101829-Ukrainky-Chykaho-u-vyshyvankakh-defiliuvaly-tsentrom-mista-VIDEO. (sorry to get 'off topic' here)....Alex, they're even better than Tymoshenko!

@ Hack

It is not the first post of this kind that I have written, and for many such posts I have received answers, either here on this thread, or in discussions elsewhere on the internet. So, I do not write them in vain. So why do you flood my threads with your maniacal moronic rants? I am not interested in that. ;-)

October 17, 2012 | Registered CommenterLeoš Tomíček

@ Hack

Alex has not written anything on this thread, you should control your mania a little. :-))

October 17, 2012 | Registered CommenterLeoš Tomíček

You're probably right...Alex probably wouldn't waste his time reading this piece...but if he does, I remember him recently making positive comments as to Tymoshenko's looks. :-)

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