Skip to comments.UKRAINE: Life in Occupied Donetsk (fascinating conversation)
Posted on 07/08/2014 4:22:28 AM PDT by UMCRevMom@aol.com
Life in Occupied Donetsk.
Ring "nine", today. Waiting for the tram, I listen to a lively discussion of two grannies, each at least 70 years: "Slov'yansk zdali now there junta KOTRA Yogo rozbombila, Misto sell Americans," etc.
Another Babka Patriot: "Yes did not surrender and liberated from bandits!!!"
The fascination is that the Patriot said in English, and "koloradka" in Ukrainian!! Putin would have went nuts)))
In the midst of the debate exactly around the bend near the refuse, heaps of leaves covered truck with these bandits, passing on Dzerzhinsky. Patriot "Vooot! Here are these bastards! Why, do they not liberate us from them?" (this with such emotion and for all [conversation] stops - if the truck was driving slowly, the bandits could personally hear the opinions of Donetsk attendants/companions too!)
Now, here comes the tram, all sit down. "Quilted/Cotton" grandmother with a grunt "here i porozvodilos fashistіv" the village as far as possible. I sat next to patriotic granny with her indignation with terrorists in the city. She began to speak to me, finding in my face very understanding companion.
Before my stop at the end of the conversation, patriot loudly concluded, "it's nice that we still have in here a normal youth" and then the whole tram - kaaak shout, "Glory to Ukraine!" And then half a tram in response - "Glory to the Heroes!" .
Grandma has made my day
Glory to the babushka walrus! Many auspicious frugalities to your plan!