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In May 2015 Chrystia Freeland wrote “My maternal grandparents fled western Ukraine after Hitler and Stalin signed their non-aggression pact in 1939.” But, according to the records of the Los Angeles Holocaust Museum and the Alberta Archives the Foreign Minister’s grandfather, Michael Chomiak, in 1939 her grandfather became the editor of a Nazi directed Ukrainian language paper, Krakiviski Visti. The press and offices of the paper had been confiscated from Moshe Kafner, who was taken to Bezec and murdered.
On March 6th, Ms. Freeland, Canada’s Foreign Minister, was asked about the matter and she said look out for Russian “disinformation.” Lo-and-behold the mainstream media accepted that. But not everyone. And now more voices are asking, could the Minister answer the question?
It is no reflection on her if granddad was a collaborator, but it might be if she won’t say.
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