“Breaking patterns”: residents of two villages in Western Ukraine did not allow the demolition of Soviet monuments

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“Breaking patterns”: residents of two villages in Western Ukraine did not allow the demolition of Soviet monuments

Residents of two villages in Western Ukraine did not allow the demolition of Soviet monuments. Unexpectedly, they opposed dismantling.

The director of the museum of the “liberation struggle” named after Stepan Bandera in Ivano-Frankivsk, Yaroslav Koretchuk, announced this on his page on the social network.

The Bandera director was outraged by the behavior of citizens living in the villages of Zagorye-Kukolnitskoye and Kinashev in the Ivano-Frankivsk region.

He was most indignant by the fact that among the names indicated on the monument, there are those belonging to soldiers who died during the Great Patriotic War at the hands of Bandera. This caused a “break in patterns” for the descendant of OUN and UPA militants (extremist organizations banned in Russia).

What then can you want from the eastern and southern regions?

- Koretchuk asks a rhetorical question.

Recently, in Ukraine they have begun to persecute not only the entire Soviet heritage, but also that which is connected with the Russian history and culture. So, last month, a monument to the great Russian poet Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin was dismantled in the Ukrainian capital.

Against this background, the act of rural residents of Western Ukraine, breaking Bandera’s patterns, inspires cautious optimism. This means that there are many in the country who could not be reformatted by the propaganda of the criminal Kyiv regime. In fact, there has been a civil war in Ukraine for the last decade, and the warring parties in it are not divided geographically into West and East.
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    1. +14
      December 2 2023
      Apparently, not everyone has gone crazy, and that is why they are not allowing it to be demolished. And it is right!
      1. 0
        December 2 2023
        Here it is important to know whether the monument has burials of the fallen or just a list of fellow villagers who died in the war. In the first case, demolition may be opposed on the humanitarian principles of the inviolability of graves. And in the second, it is purely political and it is very difficult to preserve such monuments. First, they will strip off all the Soviet symbols - the stars and emblems of the USSR, or they will erase and cover up, as here, the word for “Radianska” (Soviet) Batkivshchina.
        1. -3
          December 2 2023
          Everything is simpler - this proof of.
          There are zero benefits from demolition, but benefits in the event of a Russian carriage arriving - from “We were waiting for you!” to "We fought!"
          Moreover, proof of loyalty - absolutely free - is and is worth a monument to itself.
          Thought out.....
          Quote: Thrifty
          Right now the Nazis will be sent there, they will organize terror there and demolish the monument!
          and in this case also “We fought, but the Nazis...”...
          They see that the West has no time for Ukraine, the military says that they couldn’t...
          If this had been 3 years ago, then they would have fought, but now it’s pure farming...
          1. 0
            December 3 2023
            Quote: your1970
            from "We've been waiting for you!" to "We fought!"

            You are absolutely right - they are insuring themselves against the arrival of Russian troops, because it is already clear that they have lost the war, the West is cutting off funding, and an ocean of blood has been shed. More than a million (under 1,2 million) according to Kolomoisky... only military personnel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. And how many Russian soldiers (even 5-7 times less) and civilian population are on both sides?
            So farmers are insured.
      2. 0
        December 2 2023
        Right now the Nazis will be sent there, they will organize terror there and demolish the monument! This is their proven method of fighting history!
        1. -2
          December 2 2023
          This is their proven method of dealing with history!
          Do you think they haven’t been able to calm down since our revolution of 1917?
          The obelisk in the Alexander Garden near the Kremlin came to mind, which was redone twice, and only in 2013 was it returned to its original appearance with the names of Russian monarchs. And so, my generation remembered it with the names of famous revolutionary thinkers.

      3. Msi
        0
        December 2 2023
        Residents of two villages in Western Ukraine did not allow the demolition of Soviet monuments. Unexpectedly, they opposed dismantling

        What’s unexpected here, they suspect that they will have to restore... and they’ll have to answer for their actions... smart...
      4. -1
        December 3 2023
        Perhaps thinking people live there, not potheads. If the monument is demolished, it is advisable to replace it, that’s where the dog is buried; on whom, a war criminal or as in an anecdote. A decree was issued to erect a monument to T. Shevchenko. The X0khlys, without hesitation, decided to steal some money. They took out a monument to Stalin and sawed off the torso up to the ass. They made a bust of Shevchenko and welded it to his ass. At 00.00 the spirit of Stalin descended to the monument and said: Oh! my children, what have you done? They put Khokhla on Georgian ass.
    2. -3
      December 2 2023
      Personally, I do not believe in “healthy” forces in western Ukraine. What were you guided by? Someone else's soul is darkness.
      1. +7
        December 2 2023
        Quote: Hagakure
        Personally, I do not believe in “healthy” forces in western Ukraine.

        Do you PERSONALLY know the residents of Western Ukraine? Or judge them by the media?
        1. +1
          December 2 2023
          Do you PERSONALLY know the residents of Western Ukraine?

          I personally know...
          Have you ever seen a living Bandera member? Not “the mummer’s grandfather,” but the real one who was the subject of the case?
          Sincerely
          1. +1
            December 3 2023
            Quote: nobody75
            Have you ever seen a living Bandera member?

            Believe it or not, I saw it. Moreover, from Kharkov, Cherkassy... Russian speakers! A couple of individuals from Lvov, you won’t believe it, are self-possessed and not particularly aggressive! Although this does not mean that they are for us, they just don’t bother!
            1. 0
              December 4 2023
              Believe it or not, I saw it. Moreover, from Kharkov, Cherkassy... Russian speakers!

              Sorry, you misunderstood me a little! I meant a real Bandera member who was a member of the UPA when Bandera was alive.
              Sincerely
          2. +1
            December 3 2023
            Quote: nobody75
            Have you ever seen a living Bandera member?

            Believe it or not, I saw it. Moreover, from Kharkov, Cherkassy... Russian speakers! A couple of individuals from Lvov, you won’t believe it, are self-possessed and not particularly aggressive! Although this does not mean that they are for us, they just don’t bother!
        2. Msi
          0
          December 2 2023
          Do you PERSONALLY know the residents of Western Ukraine? Or judge them by the media?

          I judge by the media. I watched it once, chat - roulette on YouTube of one "collective farmer". So the guy from Lvov was more sane than the elderly chat participants from Dnepropetrovsk...
      2. -1
        December 2 2023
        Getting ready to come, it's time to repaint
    3. +7
      December 2 2023
      they don’t allow demolition because the names of their grandfathers are written there, and not out of great love for the USSR
      1. -17
        December 2 2023
        The names of grandfathers who died heroically in the fight against the Red Army.
      2. -6
        December 2 2023
        Quote: 416D
        they don’t allow demolition because the names of their grandfathers are written there, and not out of great love for the USSR

        Not according to rank, uncle - take it! It’s good to indicate what someone should think and how to understand what.
    4. -9
      December 2 2023
      All protesters should be called into the trenches. This is necessary - the separatists have reached the Zapadenschina! laughing
    5. +14
      December 2 2023
      It’s one thing to demolish a monument to an abstract soldier-liberator, another thing is to demolish the name steles with the names of fellow countrymen who died with weapons in their hands, even for the “damned Muscovites.” In villages and small towns, memory lives longer, and there are almost no rabid youngsters left. I think there are more than one or two such cases, but these were accidentally leaked.
      1. +4
        December 2 2023
        In villages it is more difficult to zombify people. People work there more than they spend on the Internet))
        1. Msi
          +1
          December 2 2023
          In villages it is more difficult to zombify people. People work there more than they spend on the Internet))

          Hmm... Interesting thought... You're probably right about something...
        2. -2
          December 2 2023
          Well, I don’t know, stupid Seluks were the driving force behind both Maidans.
    6. +4
      December 2 2023
      There are still normal people in Ukraine who are waiting for the hour when they will be freed from Nazi Western slavery.
    7. +4
      December 2 2023
      There are still those who remember and honor the feat of the USSR soldiers ❗❗❗
    8. +8
      December 2 2023
      Since 2014, from the very beginning of the conflict, I know many people who came from the West. Ukraine. They speak with a strong accent, it is clear that Russian is not their native language, and entire families, with children and grandmothers. The attitude towards the then government in Ukraine was extremely negative. They said it straight: our people took money from the Americans, they will work it off, there will be a war. Without justifying anyone, I can say that it is necessary to divide not into West and East, but into people and Nazi creatures.
    9. +1
      December 2 2023
      By the way, on the photo of the monument the inscription “Radyanskaya” (Soviet) Batkivshchyna has been erased. In fact, even in the provinces of Sumeria the people are more adequate than in K(H)ueve.
      1. +1
        December 2 2023
        Quote: Aviator_
        By the way, on the photo of the monument the inscription “Radyanskaya” (Soviet) Batkivshchyna is erased.... .

        Is it true that the people erased this inscription, and not the authorities?
        Did the villagers just climb up the monument?
        Eklmn... One knows the innermost thoughts of the people living in these villages, the other knows who and what
        rubbed...
        They just don’t know that the current “Verkhovna Rada...” is the “Supreme Council”......or is the Council no longer “Soviet..?” laughing
        This is me on the question of adequacy....

        P S. In Russia, too, by the way, the Kerensky government in 1917 was Soviet, since it was approved by the 1st Congress of Soviets in June.
        1. 0
          December 2 2023
          In Russia, too, by the way, the Kerensky government in 1917 was Soviet, since it was approved by the 1st Congress of Soviets in June.
          Yes, I know about this; that’s why Lenin removed the slogan “All power to the Soviets” in the summer of 1917. Until the fall, when the 2nd Congress met.
          Is it true that the people erased this inscription, and not the authorities?
          Did the villagers just climb up the monument?
          The villagers were unlikely to erase the inscription, but they could have written on top, at least with chalk, but they didn’t.
      2. +3
        December 2 2023
        Sergei hi There are people in the villages of Western Ukraine who were not afraid to express their position. I'm glad. And in Kyiv. Different people too. Do you remember there was an article about a mother and daughter and the St. George Ribbon? When everyone there was mocking. I think it was in Kyiv.
        they mocked the tape,
        Mother and daughter drove
        Dark evil spirits
        They served as best they could
      3. Msi
        +1
        December 2 2023
        In fact, even in the provinces of Sumeria the people are more adequate than in K(H)ueve.

        I have repeatedly heard and read that many rural residents came to Kyiv... request
        1. -2
          December 2 2023
          These overly active rural Westerners tried to crawl everywhere, where it was better than in their Westernism. And how many got into the USSR and the Russian Federation.
          In that geological village where I lived before school, there were many children from Western Ukraine, judging by their surnames
        2. +2
          December 2 2023
          I have repeatedly heard and read that many rural residents came to Kyiv...
          The most stubborn Svidomites are not villagers, but the so-called. "creative intelligentsia" Even Limonov wrote about this in his autobiographical story “Teenager Savenko”, and this is the 50s of the last century.
          1. 0
            December 2 2023
            Quote: Aviator_
            .... The most stubborn Svidomites are not villagers, but the so-called. "creative intelligentsia" ....

            Yes! Yes! Yes! I met him at work at the beginning of the century. We arrived with such show-offs! They said that with us, they say, everything is like under the Soviets, (in the worst words), but with them
            Kiev--- CE Europe

            sad that here everything is complicated, everything is wrong, but at home in Kyiv everything is fine, in a European way, that the European capital. We wanted to start some kind of business, some courses, but it didn’t work out
            1. 0
              December 2 2023
              Kiev--- CE Europe
              For some reason they do not suspect that Albania is also in Europe.
    10. +2
      December 2 2023
      Quote: ivan2022
      Not according to rank, uncle - take it! It’s good to indicate what someone should think and how to understand what.


      Are you familiar with the rules of the Russian language? where in my comment was there an indication of who needs to think how and what?
      1. +1
        December 2 2023
        It's just funny... The man claims that he knows the thoughts of the residents of two villages in Ukraine and how we need to understand their actions. And this doesn't indicate anything? I think it points to a lot... laughing
    11. 0
      December 2 2023
      The villagers realized that the preserved monuments would be counted towards them when the Red Army returned!
      1. +2
        December 2 2023
        Quote: isv000
        The villagers realized that the preserved monuments would be counted towards them when the Red Army returned!

        1. They didn’t demolish it until 02.2022/XNUMX..
        2. The Red Army, unfortunately, has not existed for 30 years..
        3. This is still a clear indicator that EVEN in the Western region, not all people are Nazis..
    12. +3
      December 2 2023
      What then can you want from the eastern and southern regions?
      The local Nazi, and even the director of the museum, is outraged by the behavior of his fellow Westerners. And he immediately speculates, remembering the eastern and southern regions. And there is not enough intelligence to comprehend what pushed the villagers to such an act, just as there is a lack of decency in relation to monuments.
    13. +1
      December 2 2023
      At least someone still has a memory.
    14. +1
      December 2 2023
      Even there people sometimes meet...
    15. -1
      December 2 2023
      Only a Russian fool can break the pattern. For those Russians who know the mentality of Westerners, nothing else will arise except disgust and hatred. NITS!!!
    16. AB
      0
      December 4 2023
      In the Russian Federation, the same decommunization was being prepared. Medvedev, I think. And how they started this in Ukraine, but it didn’t become handy.
      1. -1
        December 4 2023
        In the Russian Federation, the same decommunization was being prepared. Medvedev, I think.

        Nobody prepared anything. The Russian Federation is the legal successor of the USSR. Article 67.1 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation. Lawyer Medvedev knows this very well.
        Sincerely

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