Post Millennial senior editor Andy Ngo said it is ironic the Canadian government applauded a Ukrainian Nazi veteran in the House of Commons. .“Apparently, all they had to hear was that he served on a unit that fought the USSR (United Soviet Socialist Republic), but didn’t ask him if he was fighting against them on behalf of the Nazis,” said Ngo in a Monday interview on Timcast IRL. .Ngo pointed out Ukrainian Nazi veteran Yaroslav Hunka served in an SS unit..One-and-a-half years ago, the Freedom Convoy was happening. The Canadian government said the Freedom Convoy was using Nazi symbols and imagery and being racist. .“And here they are now: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau next to President [Volodymyr] Zelensky,” said Ngo. .“An entire Parliament giving a standing ovation to not just an accused Nazi or someone who's accused of being far right, but an actual Nazi veteran.” .Timcast IRL host Tim Pool followed up by saying Hunka served in the 14th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS, who committed multiple crimes against humanity on behalf of the Nazis. .“Well there you go, Canada,” said Pool. .Trudeau heated up the war of the words between the Freedom Convoy and him in 2022. .READ MORE: Trudeau and truckers engage in war of words.“The small fringe minority of people who are on their way to Ottawa who are holding unacceptable views that they are expressing do not represent the views of Canadians who have been there for each other, who know that following the science and stepping up to protect each other is the best way to continue to ensure our freedoms, our rights, our values as a country,” said Trudeau. .“What we are hearing from some people associated with this convoy is completely unacceptable and unacceptable to the vast majority of Canadians.”.Speaker of the House of Commons Anthony Rota said on Sunday he made a mistake by honouring Hunka in the gallery. .READ MORE: UPDATED: House of Commons speaker apologizes for bringing Nazi to Zelensky speech."I have subsequently become aware of more information which causes me to regret my decision to do so," said Rota. ."I wish to make clear that no one, including fellow parliamentarians and the Ukraine delegation, was aware of my intention or my remarks before I delivered them."