Skip to comments.UKRAINE: Russia has recognized the military from Crimea "prone to trason"
Posted on 07/30/2014 4:54:29 AM PDT by UMCRevMom@aol.com
Russia recognized military in the war of Crimea "prone to treason" Wednesday, July 30, 2014, 13:40
Ukrainian military units, which, after the annexation of the Crimea passed into the service of Russia, are recognized now as "prone to treason."
This was told at a briefing on Wednesday the National Security Council spokesman Andrei Lysenko.
According to him, all soldiers who served Ukraine, had to undergo re-certification.
"The former Ukrainian soldiers, who remained after Crimea that recently held certification received on account of personal matters" have a tendency to treason, "- said Lysenko.
Andrei Lysenko is Ukrainian security spokesman. The article did not give further documentation.
Russians tend to be intolerant, backward, and benighted. Naturally, they’re not going to want people in Crimea acting like anything other than brain dead Putinistas.
I understand that Russia is having trouble attracting vacationers to its Crimean resorts.
I’m a bit concerned that those soldiers will be sent East for some attitude adjustment, and replaced by committed Russians.
No offense intended. However, I tend NOT to disregard anything from this liberal/progressive site.
that being said, currently the Russian Federation no longer allows Ukraine television/radio broadcasts in country. This is because of news conflicting with Kremlin controls media of information released/reported.
The Verkhovna Rada in August in 2012, maintained that Ukrainian remained the country’s only ‘official’ language. However, languages spoken by at least 10% of an oblast’s population would make it be possible to elevate the status of that language to a ‘regional language.’ All proposed constitutional amendments continue to stipulate that Ukrainian remains the sole state language in Ukraine.
Soviet language policy of Ukraine language may be divided into the following policy periods:
Ukrainianization and tolerance (19211932)
Persecution and Russification (19331957)
Khrushchev thaw (19581962)
The Shelest period: limited progress (19631972)
The Shcherbytsky period: gradual suppression (19731989)
Interestingly, even with Mikhail Gorbachev and perestroika (19901991) although Ukrainian still remained the native language for the majority in the nation on the eve of Ukrainian independence, a significant share of ethnic Ukrainians had been “russified” i.e. schools in Donetsk had no Ukrainian language and only a quarter of children went to Ukrainian language schools in Kiev!
So, Russia has NO ROOM to complain against language intolerance!!!
LOL.. upon further reflection I would have to say I now totally DISREGUARD everything from “Fire dog left.”
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