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Mila Kunis slammed in anti-Semit rant by Ukrainian politician Igor Miroshnichenko

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Mila Kunis has been targeted in an anti-Semitic rant by a politician in her native Ukraine.

According to gossip website TMZ.com, Jewish organizations around the globe are furious that Igor Miroshnichenko said Mila Kunis, 29, was not a true Ukrainian and called her a “zhydovka”.

The statement translates as “dirty Jewess” and is reportedly a derogatory word against Jewish people that was used during the Holocaust, TMZ said.

Protests have broken out in recent days after the Ukrainian Justice Ministry ruled that using the term to describe a Jewish person was legal, turning back a petition demanding that the offensive word be banned from the public sphere.

Mila Kunis has yet to respond to the politician’s remarks.

Mila Kunis has been targeted in an anti-Semitic rant by Ukrainian politician Igor Miroshnichenko

Mila Kunis has been targeted in an anti-Semitic rant by Ukrainian politician Igor Miroshnichenko

The actress opened up about her early childhood growing up in the Ukraine earlier this year.

She said: “My whole family was in the Holocaust. My grandparents passed and not many survived.

“After the Holocaust, in Russia you were not allowed to be religious. So my parents raised me to know I was Jewish.

“You know who you are inside. When I was in school you would still see anti-Semitic signs.

“One of my friends who grew up in Russia, she was in second grade. She came home one day crying. Her mother asked why and she said on the back of her seat there was a swastika.

“This is a country that obviously does not want you.”

When Mila Kunis was 7, her parents Mark, a mechanical engineer, and mum Elvira, a physics teacher, decided to move to the US with Mila and her brother Michael.

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    Guys, if you have no enough information, or want to cheat your readers intentionally, at least, have guts to tell it.

    There was not a reason to get attention. Someone in Igor’s FB page commented upon how great Mila is, and that she’s Ukrainian. Igor like many other Ukrainians was so angered by the stupid unreal stories Mila tells about her childhood in Ukraine that he responded, telling Mila never told anything positive about her homeland, so may she love America or Israel. Ukraine cannot attach her to it, since she always says she is Jew and she is American, but never she is Ukrainian (at least, in a positive way). WTF did Igor do wrong, I ask you?!

    Mila says her family had to escape from their unknown by anyone in the world little-little city because of terrible antisemitism.

    OK, let’s turn to facts. Mila herself stated in an earlier interview that her parents (both are Jews) had amazing jobs, they were not poor and were a lucky family. Both of her parents had surely graduated from the Universities, btw. Which is surely called antisemitism…

    In the late 80s-early 90s many people from the USSR were embarassed by the to-be breakup of the USSR. They wanted some stability, they saw they can go to the richer countries to earn more money than they could have earned in the USSR. It is an understandable point!

    Surely, everybody wanted to move to the USA. Jews massively made, invented fake stories of how oppressed they were. Embassy of the USA cried with tears and gave them visas as soon as possible. Mila’s parents did the same trick. Let it be, but now their daughter that hardly can remember what really happened in 1990 when she was 7, defecates over her native country in every interview, repeating her parents’ fairy-tales. Mixing it with absurdist unreal facts. Like that they got only one TV channel, though there were three at least.

    As for zhydovka, it rather has negative connotations in Russian. In Ukrainian language its equivalent zhydivka (that Igor really used) can be used in either negative or simple neutral meaning. Zhydovka/zhydivka is derived from the word Jude, Judaic.

    As for the very little almost village where she was born, I invite you to read the Wikipedia entry on Chernivtsi. You may be surprised.

    I can understand Igor 100%. Whether he wanted to offend her using the word in a negative meaning (I think it’s what he did), or not, I understand him.

    Mila is a kike. Her family is a family of kikes. There are normal people called Jews, Hebrews, and there are kikes.