National Post | Sep. 18, 1999 | Eugene Harasymiw
Frank Ellis article - Sep. 14, 1999

From: Eugene Harasymiw
To: [email protected]
Subject: Frank Ellis article - Sept. 14, 1999
Date: September 18, 1999 8:10 AM

Dear Editor of National Post:

Frank Ellis' article "Communism's legacy remains unpunished", along with your editorial "The traitorous granny" (Sept. 14, 1999) were two of the most welcome and timely pieces appearing in Canada's media. Welcome because it is high time the public understood and appreciated Dr. Ellis' exposing the fraud of one-sided indignation. Timely because of the fixation of our federal government and its rooting section lobby on so-called Nazi war criminal prosecution, to the exclusion of any such genuine rogues from the blood-thirsty Soviet era.

As for your editorial, it is hoped the British and our Canadian governments take immediate note of this unacceptable injustice, and take swift steps to prosecute all the Melita Norwoods living peacefully among us as "quiet neighbors".

Eugene Harasymiw, LL.B.
Alberta Ukrainian Self-Reliance League
11024 - 82 Ave.
Edmonton, AB T6G 0T2
phone/fax: (780) 457-5170

P.S. Is there any way you could forward Dr. Ellis' e-mail address, please?