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UKRAINE: thoughts on future
Burko News ^ | 30/6/14 1 hour ago | Roman Burko

Posted on 06/30/2014 8:17:53 AM PDT by


Well friends, it's probably the last thing that I can write, maybe a little more time I could write more ... I do not know, but the predictions are not reassuring. I even went into the Ukrainian language, because the Russian has no way to explain something ...

First touch of the power bloc in Ukraine itself is rather weak and heterogeneous, the average officer and link young people willing to stand up to the end and fight for their freedom and independence from the West and the East, but "starperi" Higher-level officers mostly betray having a tendency to surrender national interest to the extent that have orders to "greet Pu" and get "Putin's military retirement."

Hopes that Europe, the U.S. and the international community will help - melts as the ice in the July sun. Rumors that are increasingly reaching me by comrades from abroad is not comforting. For example, recently in an interview backstage at one of the embassies in Italy, according to the trustee discussed, the U.S. has sold Ukraine to Russian bullying. And I'm ready to believe it, as in the fact that Germany is increasingly coming into contact with the Russian Federation (this is all very reminiscent of the Pact "Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact", but in relation to Ukraine).

The guys from Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia writing in unison that if we are not able to fight for their freedom, desperate and inevitably, what only the hope for Europe? We do not need, we only consider as a victim of geopolitical hunting. And here I am distracted by one instructive story which I heard from the Carpathian Smith:

'In the winter I ski run constantly seen near the ski tracks wolf, wolves initially frightened and feeling my fear as I saw food and approaching ever closer. But after I decided to behave itself not as a victim but as a predator, it wolves and found my parity and more to not overlap with me. it is not weapons, and in relation to the surrounding world. If you consider yourself a victim, then you tore apart, the world does not know compassion and tolerance, it is false dogma are in critical conditions do not work. If you yourself think, as a predator, then you can survive ... "

Ukrainian problem that we have to rely too much on doctrines that do not work. Time to become predators. In our nation stood last chance to rise from the ashes, or forever plunge into the depths of history. Greyhounds Sviatoslav go to the last battle, and it's not pretentious words and prophecies come true ... Victory or irij ...

TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: military; ukraine

1 posted on 06/30/2014 8:17:53 AM PDT by
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They’ll be begging for Russia to hold their hand.

2 posted on 06/30/2014 8:34:03 AM PDT by Sacajaweau
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The Maidanites, like our own Occutards, did have a real point at the beginning of their protests, but in both cases, they were hijacked by other elements with far more nefarious agendas.

Ukraine, as a state, likely will not survive this in its present form.

Even without the Southeast, it is still a corrupted, largely mafia state, run by a few corrupt billionaires out for as much as they can carry away. And the IMF is still going to want that money back, even without the industrial base of the southeast, and Russian Gas transit fees, to pay for it.

3 posted on 06/30/2014 8:49:18 AM PDT by tcrlaf (Q)
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To: tcrlaf

It is easier to form a new government than reform a corrupt government: good lesson for U.S.A. Theologically the same is true of the human heart. That is why it is so distasteful for those, even here on Free Republic, that mock Ukraine.

Totally true, many did not realize level of Russian gov’t infiltration before. However, that being said there is MUCH to hope for as reform is beginning and accomplished at each level of government.

There has been far to much to post about current reformation of gov’t changes: ie courts; local police no longer allowed to accept bribes etc. Note earlier post of arrest for espionage of Ukraine military general today.

4 posted on 06/30/2014 9:05:19 AM PDT by
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To: Sacajaweau

No. Putin/Kremlin has show itself for what it is. There is little support for Russian Federation now.

5 posted on 06/30/2014 9:08:07 AM PDT by
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Labor pain is difficult to endure, yet the amazing result is the reward of New Life.
6 posted on 06/30/2014 9:14:05 AM PDT by
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“Note earlier post of arrest for espionage of Ukraine military general today.”

I noted that on the other post. The guy’s brother is a Russian Army (Air Force??) colonel, or something.

Given how the breakup of the USSR went in the 90’s, that isn’t a surprising thing, lots of Ukrainian Citizens have Russian ties. Which makes the anti-Russian pronouncements after the coup even more striking.

They can “reform” anything they like, and seize the property of billionaires they don’t like, but in the end, it is just one group of Billionaire Oligarchs being exchanged for another.

Which won’t help the average schmuck one bit. They will be the one’s paying the price for it.

7 posted on 06/30/2014 9:23:18 AM PDT by tcrlaf (Q)
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