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Dmitry Semushin: The authors of "History of Ukraine" fall under a new article of the Criminal Code - for the justification of the crimes of fascism

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On the morning of January 21, the Voice of Ukraine’s official publication of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, the Voice of Ukraine, published the laws passed on January 2014. After the official publication of the laws come into force the next day. Among the adopted laws is the law N 16-VII "On Amendments to the Criminal Code of Ukraine regarding the responsibility for denying or justifying the crimes of fascism." According to this law, the Criminal Code in force in Ukraine is supplemented by article 729 with the following content: "Public denial or justification of the crimes of fascism against humanity committed during the Second World War, in particular the crimes committed by the Waffen-SS organization, its subordinate structures, those who fought against the anti-Hitler coalition and collaborated with the fascist occupiers, as well as the propaganda of the neo-Nazi ideology, the production and (or) distribution of materials in which the crimes were justified imprisonment of the fascists and their henchmen, is punishable by a fine of five hundred to a thousand non-taxable minimum incomes of citizens, or restriction of liberty for up to two years, or imprisonment for the same period.


As for the Ukrainian material applicable to this law, it is obvious that the division of the Galichina SS, which cooperated with the occupation regime established in Ukraine in 1941-1944, as well as OUN members and UPA fighters, who fought against the anti-Hitler coalition. In the case of Ukraine 1941-1945, under this specifically should be understood units of the Red Army and the NKVD.

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Next, we consider how the material on the Second World War, currently taught in the school course, corresponds to the adopted law.Stories Of Ukraine ". We take as an example the history textbook of Ukraine for 2011 class Olena Pometun and Nestor Gupan published in 11. (1) The marked textbook" History of Ukraine "in March 2011 of the year passed a scientific examination at the Institute of History of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and It was recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine for general educational institutions.The heading of the textbook corresponds to the "academic", that is, the highest scientific level.

In the introduction to the topic, the authors of the Ukrainian textbook recognize that "an important component of the history of Ukraine in the 20th century is the Second World War - one of its most controversial, tragic periods", which is hereinafter referred to as the "Great Patriotic War". Obviously, the "inconsistency" is associated with the need to weave the fabric of the national ideology of an independent Ukraine into the well-established Soviet content of the Ukrainian SSR.

The drama of the pre-war situation, according to the authors, "was that the Ukrainian people could not independently decide their own fate." The fate of Ukraine depended on the balance of interests of the great powers and the balance of their forces, as demonstrated by the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact. This text is used in the Ukrainian textbook. In the textbook of Ukrainian history, Pometun and Gupan unequivocally state: "In fact, A. Hitler and I. Stalin, having given their consent to the signing of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact" (known in history as the non-aggression pact), according to which Poland was divided, initiated World War II ". (S. 8) The Munich Agreement and the Czechoslovak section that affected the Transcarpathian Ukraine is not mentioned at all in the textbook.

The invasion of the Red Army into the territory of the Commonwealth 17 September 1939 was not called a "liberation campaign." However, it is recognized that "Ukrainians in Western Ukraine rejoiced at the collapse of the Polish state and did not hide this." Here, the authors of the textbook do not hesitate to add pepper to schoolchildren, referring to the unfriendly testimony of an eyewitness to the event: “It was not so much consolation from the arrival of the“ liberators ”, who had a rather miserable appearance, but also the joy that the hostile oppressors fled.”

The authors of the textbook do not give a concrete definition of the event and suggest that the student choose for the "entry of Ukrainian lands into the Ukrainian SSR on the eve of the Second World War" the appropriate answer from the following set: "annexation" (D. Boff), "inclusion" (N. Wert) , "formal incorporation, called" reunification "(S. Zhukovsky, O. Subtelny)," reunification, which had the character of an occupation of the type of occupation "(S. Kulchitsky).

"In the local Ukrainian population,” the textbook admits, “some transformations introduced by the Soviet authorities found a positive response.” "However, later the Soviet government, having changed its position, began to impose its own interests on the local population." (S. 13) "Immediately after the Red Army entered the Western Ukrainian lands, the new government banned all parties and social movements. The Ukrainian intelligentsia felt the pressure, the teachers, scientists and cultural workers became victims of Stalinism." (S. 14) "The Soviet government widely used this kind of punishment as deportation in Western Ukraine." "In addition, a significant number of people on various false accusations were thrown into prison." “Not everyone managed to get out of there alive. The population began to fade illusions about" happy life in the country of the Soviets. "As a result of all this," the fight against Stalinist totalitarianism in the province was headed by the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN), which numbered about 20 thousand people. " (S. 14) Thus, the anti-Soviet nationalist movement in Western Ukraine began in 1940.

The textbook for the 11 class claims that on the eve of World War II, the OUN agreed to cooperate with Hitler’s Germany, as Hitler de planned, “that Ukraine will become a separate state focused on Germany and at the same time a counterweight to Russia.” Tensions have developed between the OUN factions. “However, with the approach of Germany’s attack on the USSR, both currents relied on Germany, trying to make the most of all the factors that, in their opinion, could contribute to the revival of Ukrainian statehood.” (S. 39) Thus, the textbook recognizes the fact of the cooperation of the Ukrainian nationalists with the Nazis during the German invasion of the USSR. "However, the Führer later changed his mind, increasing the emphasis on expanding the" Great German space "to the East. There was no longer talk of Ukraine as a state: it was assigned the role of a close and convenient for the Reich colony -" German India. "(C. 17). After when the Germans refused to recognize the “renewal of the Ukrainian state” proclaimed in Lviv 30 on June 1941 on the initiative of the OUN (B), the Ukrainian nationalists broke with Hitler’s Germany. (S. 39) However, the textbook admits that the decision “to move to armed struggle against the Germans in and their allies, the units of the Home Army and the Polish population, the Soviet partisan detachments, and later the Red Army units "were taken by the OUN only in February 1943 of the year. (C. 48)

In the textbook of the history of Ukraine Pometun and Gupan in the subject "The occupation of Ukraine" the term "collaborationism" is used, interpreted as "voluntary cooperation of certain groups or segments of the population with the invaders in the territories of the countries they occupied." (S. 25) However, the collaborators, of course, have an excuse, because "mainly they were those who suffered from the Soviet government during collectivization, famine or mass political repression. They were the basis of collaborationism." (S. 25) At the same time, the authors of the textbook believe that military, administrative, domestic and political collaborationism affected the Ukrainians to a lesser extent than other peoples of the USSR. Of the 1,5-2 million collaborators, "250 - 300 thousand were Ukrainians, the rest - in the majority - were Russians." (C.25) Along the way, a Russian hairpin is inserted in the material presentation.

The fifth topic of the textbook is devoted to the “Deployment of the resistance movement”. In the interpretation of the authors of the textbook in Ukraine, it consisted of two components: a) the “Soviet partisan movement” and b) the “Ounovsky underground and the UPA”. At the same time, the former sought "the restoration of Soviet power", and the latter, the "state independence of Ukraine." (S. 38) It is clear that in the light of the ideology of anti-Sovietism and nationalism prevailing in Ukraine for the last quarter of a century, the OUN underground and UPA, which allegedly fought within the framework of the Resistance movement for independent Ukrainian statehood, would look more preferable to the Ukrainian schoolchild. However, here the authors of the textbook resort to a Jesuit reception, when they invite students to make this “choice” themselves. The textbook recognizes that in modern Ukrainian society there is a “psychologically understandable confrontation” associated with the problem of the OUN and UPA, and this historical problem divides the society into two camps. As a result, "the unresolved problem of the OUN and UPA has a destructive effect on the state-forming process." The authors of the textbook, putting a question mark, offer to agree with this assessment. (S. 42) The interpretation of the resistance movement by the occupation regime, consisting of two hostile but equal components, is thus in the interest of building a single Ukrainian nation. Moreover, it is further stated that "the guerrilla struggle, as well as the resistance movement as a whole, was initiated by the people themselves, international in composition." (S. 48)

According to the text, a paradoxical thing is obtained: the movement of Ukrainian nationalists within the framework of the OUN and UPA was “international in composition”. This conjecture on an indirect basis is further directly confirmed by the text: "The growth of the ranks of the UPA, in which people of different nationalities and political views fell, necessitated a substantial revision of ideology and politics." (S. 49) "Based on the new positions, the leadership of the nationalist movement tried to find a common language even with the Soviet partisans." (S. 49) But it did not work, because "in 1944, the main enemy in the struggle for future Ukrainian independence was Soviet power. In early June, 1944 held talks in Lviv between representatives of the UPA and the Wehrmacht on possible military cooperation" . (S. 49) "The Germans agreed to transfer the UPA weapon and ammunition, which, while retreating, they were no longer able to evacuate, and the UPA pledged to provide the Nazis with intelligence about the Soviet troops ... However, despite the agreement signed with the Germans, the UPA troops did not stop attacking the military units of the occupiers. "(S. 50) "As for the Soviet troops, the UPA during the offensive operations of the Red Army avoided battles with its units. But when the front moved west and after the army came the troops of the NKVD, they began to fight the nationalist formations. "(S. 50) Note the semantic stylistic error in the marked fragment.

So, the new fact of cooperation between the OUN and the UPA with the Nazi occupiers is again recognized by the authors of the textbook for the 11 class, but it is argued that the UPA, despite the agreement with the Germans, still fought with the Wehrmacht. As for the Red Army, the textbook claims that the UPA did not attack its units. The units of the NKVD, in the sense of the fragment, as if they themselves were the first to attack the UPA, which was refraining from military actions. Next came the confrontation of warfare.

The textbook acknowledges that “at the final stage of the war, the population of Western Ukraine, tired of socio-economic and political instability, began to lean toward accepting Soviet power, which was supported by the Red Army. The leadership of the OUN and UPA, predicting prospects for strengthening the positions of Soviet power , took the path of tough radical actions even against unstable members of the rebel movement. At the same time, the UPA carried out a series of terrorist actions against the communists, NKVD employees and those who mined with the Soviet government ... The population of Western Ukraine was between the hammer (Soviet organs) and the anvil (OUN and UPA). (S. 55) Following the logic of the aforementioned fragment, the UPA as if again did not touch the army units of the Red Army. Nevertheless, on page 86, it’s stated: "The total expenditure of the UPA over the years of struggle amounted to 20 thousand, Soviet soldiers and officers killed 22 thousand."

In conclusion, the textbook concludes: "The main role in the victory of the countries of the anti-Hitler coalition belonged to the Soviet Union and its Armed Forces. The Ukrainian people made a significant contribution to the victory." (S. 56) By the latter, apparently, it is necessary to understand, including all of these Bandera, Melnikovites, Bulbovtsev, Ukrainian nationalist OUN Be and Em and UPA. After all, their authors of the textbook for the 11 class were recorded in the second stream of the anti-Hitler resistance movement on the territory of Ukraine during the Great Patriotic War.

It can be stated that the authors of the History of Ukraine textbook for the 11 class Olena Pometun and Nestor Gupan for “publicly denying or justifying the crimes of fascism against humanity” in the particular case of the OUN and UPA - “those who fought against the anti-Hitler coalition and collaborated with Fascist occupiers "fall entirely under the law N 16-VII adopted on January 2014 of January 729.

(1) Pometun OI, Gupan N.M. History of Ukraine. Tutorial for 11 class. Kiev, Osvita, 2011.

The specified textbook is replete with annoying minor errors that betray the general lack of professionalism of the authors. Let us list what we noticed in the text: “Brigadier commander Mikhailov, head of the KOVO political propaganda department,” should write “brigade commissar” (S. 2); "The Ukrainian and South Russian directions were constantly the main ones on the Eastern Front, on the entire European theater of operations until the end of 1944." - should I write "south-west and south directions", since it was the "Eastern Front" for the Germans, do the authors of the textbook look at the war from Germany? (S. 4); "soviet Tanks BT-7, T-25 had such weak armor that heavy machine guns pierced it "- should write" T-26 "(S. 19);" In accordance with it, defensive battalions were to be created for every shooting division within five days "- should write" rifle divisions "and" barrage detachments "(p. 22);" Guest workers from Ukraine were used in hard work "- it is more appropriate to use the term" ostarbeiters "in this case (p. 32).

Dmitry Semushin: The authors of "History of Ukraine" fall under a new article of the Criminal Code - for the justification of the crimes of fascism

A table from the textbook "Stories of Ukraine" O. Pometun and N. Gupan, illustrating the existence of two currents in the resistance movement to the occupation regime during the Great Patriotic War in Ukraine.
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  1. makst83
    makst83 23 January 2014 10: 01
    +6
    I see on 100% that the existence of such a law will be leveled not by the obligation to enforce it! The law will be applied in the East, South, possibly partially in the Center of Ukraine, but not in the West!
    So nothing will change.
    1. major071
      major071 23 January 2014 12: 40
      +9
      Ignorance of the law does not eliminate criminal illumination, and non-compliance with the law must also be prosecuted. If the laws adopted by the state are ignored, then this will not be the state, but some kind of mess. Like I’m the law to myself, what I want, then I turn over. fool
      1. andrei332809
        andrei332809 23 January 2014 15: 51
        +3
        healthy Volodya hi
        it seems like everything is right. Parliament wrote, but ... and who are the judges? the same ones who, until the tail pinched, were broadcasting about the Velikoukrov and blaming all the failures of the Occupants request
        1. sledgehammer102
          sledgehammer102 23 January 2014 15: 59
          +5
          Quote: andrei332809
          the same ones, who, until the tail pinched, broadcast about the Great-Origins and blamed all the failures of the Occupants-Muscovites


          And now there are many such ... in general, the situation in Ukraine resembles the Sabbath of witches and evil spirits. Not a single soldier in 45 could even think that Slavic Natsik with the arms of the Wehrmacht tank divisions would walk around Kiev!
          1. sledgehammer102
            sledgehammer102 23 January 2014 16: 02
            +3
            Well and still provocate bloggers surprise
            According to them, Kyrgyz snipers shoot video cameras in Kiev with rubber bullets in a time machine.

            Namely, the ever-blooming topic of "snipers" in Kiev / Riga / Moscow, etc., was used.


          2. andrei332809
            andrei332809 23 January 2014 16: 14
            +2
            Quote: sledgehammer102
            And now there are many.

            Yes, they have not gone anywhere. just repainted for the situation. now suddenly Europe will be generous and free of charge will give Yanuk Lard a hundred, again, the enemy of Russia. but it is very unlikely greedy they are there in europe what
          3. GastaClaus69
            GastaClaus69 23 January 2014 19: 38
            -4
            This is actually one of the variants of the Wolfsangel (wolf cross), outside the alphabetical rune symbolizing protection. Currently depicted on some coats of arms of German cities. Also used by some nationalist parties in Europe including the version in the photo used by VO "Svoboda". Let's not supply false information, here is the real coat of arms of Das Reich!
        2. major071
          major071 23 January 2014 16: 36
          +5
          Hi Andrew! hi Here the situation is interesting, the laws have been adopted, so they must be implemented, and the Rada, which the people chose, accepted them.
          1. andrei332809
            andrei332809 23 January 2014 16: 41
            +1
            Quote: major071
            laws are adopted, then they must be implemented

            and who will do it? cops? so the authorities have already sold them. and if suddenly someone does, then later it will be to blame. so, I think there will be no willing. just some "politicians" scare other "politicians".
            1. Sergh
              Sergh 23 January 2014 18: 32
              +4
              Quote: sledgehammer102
              Well and still provocate bloggers surprise

              Right now I’m watching Maidan-online, I’m wondering simply!
              On the stage there is a queue of performing kizdabols, everyone is talking nonsense. And then they give the floor to "the governor of the Maidan", who from the rostrum carried a fairy tale about the brutal shooting by "Berkut" of "peaceful" activists, as well as the use of "Berkut" with homemade grenades stuffed with nuts! And then he takes out one whole-transparent, cleanly packed grenade with WICK, saying that this is a full-time noise grenade converted into BATTLE! The second movement of the hand takes out the already used, blackened residue and echoes that we found it in the center of hostilities !!!

              Well, that’s not all!
              Further, this would-be-selling figure with a criminal blunt mug gutarit, that there they also found 12-gauge folder shells, from which the Berkut fired (I myself saw a five-charge smoothbore in the hands of VVs yesterday, but I can't see it in the frame models, the hunter himself) and shows these cases. The channel operator, fortunately, stopped at this shot for a long time and I managed to get a good look at them. Two folder sleeves, 12 cal. were white plastic (I have such with liquid "gunpowder"), three or four others made of paper, strongly deformed and blackened (this does not happen in principle). But, here's the question !!! 12 gauge paper cartridge categorically NOT APPLICABLE, and even prohibited in five-shot smoothbore machines, because when fired, it tears off the brass Bosko, and the paper remains in the barrel (he checked it himself), which leads to a skew of the next cartridge and picking a 15-minute with E ... mother.

              A clear picture emerges, all your Ukrainian "opposition" was bought with green candy wrappers, which are printed on their wooden forehead!
              1. Felix200970
                Felix200970 23 January 2014 22: 23
                +2
                Quote: Sergh
                A clear picture emerges, all your Ukrainian "opposition" was bought with green candy wrappers, which are printed on their wooden forehead!

                This is if you look closely and have an elementary understanding of weapons. Most people believe by ear. For the most part, journalists are to blame. In pursuit of "hot" shots, they shoot everything without understanding what they are doing. In fact, what is happening now is a complete chaos of democracy. If only there was enough dough. There is no need to hold elections. Shouted about massive falsifications and political oppression and you have a chance to become a great helmsman. Then you write or order any history textbooks you need and everything is covered in chocolate. Until the next oppressed comes
          2. muhomor
            muhomor 23 January 2014 22: 43
            +2
            Janek is not willing to fulfill them. The Geyropa is finally dawning on him. And then he will no longer be able to play the political swing from Russia to Geyropa, cutting down the loot and be tolerant everywhere. In my opinion, he has one way out - to pull the rubber, (making threatening political movements) try to stop the further development of events. Somehow hold out for the election. And just before the election say: My patience is over. And solemnly clean out the political field.
      2. Stiletto
        Stiletto 23 January 2014 17: 06
        +4
        Quote: major071
        If the laws adopted by the state are ignored, then this will not be the state, but some kind of mess. Like I’m the law to myself, what I want, then I turn over.


        Something like this now Ukraine is living.
    2. tomcat117
      tomcat117 23 January 2014 21: 21
      0
      "in the West! So nothing will change."
      With such an incomprehensible, weak-willed and miserable president as Yanukovych, who Kholuisky looks back to the west, it will be virtually impossible to defeat Bandera’s debris. Under the Soviets, their liquidation was carried out in the flesh until the 60's. Looks like they didn’t manage, but the current government is even more so.
      I do not envy the real Slavs in Ukraine.
    3. saber1357
      saber1357 24 January 2014 02: 47
      0
      Did you notice the phrase in the article: "laws come into force the next day"? It is absolutely clear that they were accepted so that tomorrow all the evil spirits in Nazi clothes could be legally collected and taken to the monkey.
  2. AVV
    AVV 23 January 2014 11: 08
    +7
    For the failure to implement this law in the West, it is necessary to excommunicate the West from subsidies, how they are the first to strive for Europe, how to comply with the laws they are the last, so it is necessary for the East to make relief and punish the West for its full subsidies !!! Parasites in a word !!!
    1. GDP
      GDP 23 January 2014 16: 09
      +7
      An interesting detail - that as a result of the pact of ground libentrop the western and eastern Ukraine of the Westerners were united - they blame us!

      Only at the expense of our kindness and blood did they grow in territories.
      The Black Sea was taken from the Turks, given to them!
      It was not clear to them why the Crimean Khanate - Crimea - was given to them, although there were much more Russians than Ukrainians there.
      Prikarpatye was taken from Poland, they were also given to them!
      So we also pour mud over it!
      Let them then return everything that we have conquered - back to Russia, but they themselves go into the occupation of Poland and forget about their independence, to which they are completely indebted to Russia! Then piss off!
  3. Deniska999
    Deniska999 23 January 2014 16: 05
    +4
    Some Ukrainians have forgotten what the Nazis did in their lands during the war ...
    1. Sergh
      Sergh 23 January 2014 19: 02
      +1
      Quote: Deniska999
      Some Ukrainians forgot what the Nazis did in their lands

      These school books were written to them by amers' "professors". Remember our 90s, you will not find any differences. It was recently published that school literature and history in Russia ruled on Sores's loot. In the history textbook, the main battle in the Great Patriotic War was the Battle of Midway in 1942, and the Battle of Stalingrad and the Battle of Moscow were described in one paragraph (or two lines). So, the Ukrainians got to the full amers on the net, but they will have to pull out by the roots, if they want to, of course.
  4. Jaros81
    Jaros81 23 January 2014 16: 21
    0
    By the way, the question is why these Natsiks are called "titushki" on the Maidan
    1. apostol88
      apostol88 23 January 2014 17: 22
      +1
      They are not called aunts, these are what the regionals bring in, called aunts. Vadim Titushko type in the search!
  5. Ivanovich47
    Ivanovich47 23 January 2014 16: 26
    +4
    What can we say about Ukrainian historians, if Russian historical figures give out such "pearls" that Goebbels was incapable of? And these textbooks are read by our children. Maybe the decision of the country's leadership to create a single textbook of Russian history will stop this historical orgy in Russia.
    1. huut
      huut 23 January 2014 18: 19
      -2
      "In fact, A. Hitler and I. Stalin, having given their consent to the signing of the" Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact "(known in history as the non-aggression pact), according to which Poland was divided, initiated World War II." (P. 8)


      Well, there is a logic to it. Would Hitler start hostilities against Poland without an agreement with Stalin? It is very doubtful that his army was then weak, small and inexperienced against ours. Moreover, we constantly offered Poland our military defense, and not the fact that we would patiently have demolished the capture of Poland by Hitler without a treaty.
      That is, Hitler, having received the contract, lost the potential interference in the war with Poland - and began military operations. In fact, does the contract contribute? After all, he was not afraid of France and England, did not conclude any agreement, and yes with us. So there was a stopping factor, and hostilities began precisely after the elimination of this factor?
      Where is the mistake? The quote says "actually". In fact, it turns out, yes. It is clear that Hitler still would not have abandoned his plans, but what happened, what happened.
      Only without ideology and tantrums, please, I want to understand, not shout.
      1. Sergh
        Sergh 23 January 2014 19: 07
        +1
        Quote: huut
        Only without ideology and tantrums, please, I want to understand, not shout.

        Well, if without ideologies, then just a minus without noise and scream.
        1. huut
          huut 23 January 2014 19: 36
          0
          Quote: Sergh
          Well, if without ideologies, then just a minus without noise and scream.

          An excellent explanation of the historical decision) That is, your knowledge in history is purely ideological? Well, yes, it’s easier without worrying.

          Okay, let's go with ideology. "You shouldn't think about it because the unsightly sides of the politics of that time may be exposed" - so it will look ideologically correct?
          1. Sergh
            Sergh 24 January 2014 04: 24
            0
            Quote: huut
            unsightly sides of politics may open

            No, you touched on a topic on which the pages of this site are not enough, but you want to impress the audience in a nutshell with your erudition on a topic that world historians have not fully studied and everyone interprets it in their own way. Do not imagine yourself a great philosopher, do not.
            1. huut
              huut 24 January 2014 15: 42
              0
              Quote: Sergh
              do you want to briefly hit the audience with your erudition on the topic

              Yes, you are a lot to invent. And in my thoughts was not this foolishness that you wrote. I wrote why I am asking this - I want to understand. "Erudite" -butters here and without me enough.
              Now I understand that it will not help to figure out something here, trembling by and large these comments.
              One was mistaken in the opinion, so the others followed him thoughtlessly, without trying to understand what a person wants there.
              So, Serge, you didn’t learn to understand, apparently you don’t understand, immediately stuck a label and then went on to comment on something.
              Where is the philosophy in my words ... Madhouse.
  6. major071
    major071 23 January 2014 16: 32
    +11
    Jaros81
    By the way, the question is why these Natsiks are called "titushki" on the Maidan

    “Titushki” (Ukrainian. - “titushki”) is a collective term that in Ukraine in recent years (a little more than six months) refers to young people with athletic builds and in tracksuits, acting as provocateurs or “stripping” civil actions. The word itself came from the surname of the athlete Vadim Titushko, who became the prototype of a typical “aunt” provocateur.
    The incident with which the history of the term is connected occurred on May 18 of 2013 of the year. On that day, two actions took place in Kiev - the opposition rally “Get up, Ukraine!” On Sophia Square and a rally organized by the Party of Regions on European Square. At a certain moment, a fight broke out between representatives of the opposition and a group of young athletic athletes on Bolshaya Zhitomirskaya Street. This scuffle was filmed by journalists, some of them - Olga Snitsarchuk, journalist of the 5 Channel, and Vladislav Sodel, photographer for the newspaper Kommersant-Ukraine, suffered themselves. A number of media reported that many of the “athletic” young people worked the same day to guard the rally of the Party of Regions.
    On suspicion of assaulting journalists, a resident of the White Church Vadim Titushko was detained, then the police charged three more young people, their cases were combined with the Titushko case. On 2 of September, by a court decision, young people were sentenced to probation.
    The term was fixed in the information space almost immediately after the incident. And in July of 2013, the word was included in the online dictionary of the modern Ukrainian language and the slang “Myslov”.
    Here is an interpretation from the Myslovo dictionary (translated from Ukrainian): “Titus [...] are such handsome athletic guys who appear where excessive civic activity begins in order to reassure activists. Occurs on behalf of Vadim Titushko - a prominent representative of this subspecies. The word is used in the plural, as the aunts are able to act in a group ”
    1. Jaros81
      Jaros81 23 January 2014 16: 37
      +3
      Thanks for the info, a huge plus
  7. Andrey Peter
    Andrey Peter 23 January 2014 16: 45
    +2
    The title of the article is not true, because the law was adopted later than the textbook was written, and the law has no retroactive effect. But the textbooks really need to be changed, and not only in Ukraine. In general, it is strange how he was missed with such errors. And how the law will be executed, time will tell, first of all, it depends on the security forces and the prosecutor's office, and then on the judges.
    1. andrei332809
      andrei332809 23 January 2014 16: 49
      +2
      Quote: Andrew Peter
      First of all, it depends on the security forces and the prosecutor's office, and then on the judges.

      I do not agree. First of all, execution depends on political will. if the guides will look back on the opinion of the backdoors, then this is just a dirty piece of paper.
    2. Grbear
      Grbear 23 January 2014 17: 57
      +1
      In general, it is strange how he was missed with such errors. And how the law will be executed, time will tell,

      What is strange, a story with errors. They did not even translate or read the EU Integration Treaty. And then the story ...
  8. oaziss
    oaziss 23 January 2014 16: 49
    +1
    Everything in the article is written correctly, but I'm afraid that these laws will be repealed soon. As it is not regrettable, it seems that Yanukovych will not hold on to power. :(
  9. Rav Seren
    Rav Seren 23 January 2014 17: 29
    -7
    Good luck to the Maidan!
    1. andrei332809
      andrei332809 23 January 2014 17: 31
      +2
      Quote: Rav-Seren
      Good luck to the Maidan!

      in what? turned the whole center of a beautiful city. and now who will restore when?
    2. Roman 1977
      Roman 1977 23 January 2014 17: 32
      +6
      Enchanting you, go_ from Rav-Seren !!!
      By the way, what a textbook in which the oldest Ukrainian nation was 140 000 years old, and before that it was:


      and where similar cards are found ...


      1. andrei332809
        andrei332809 23 January 2014 17: 37
        +2
        Quote: Novel 1977
        and before that it was:

        yeah ... there fat is probably not just five fingers, but all five meters what
        1. Sergh
          Sergh 23 January 2014 19: 15
          +1
          Quote: Novel 1977
          where similar cards are found ...

          Oh, thanks! Squealed for glory! Especially with the elephant ... and the Ukrainian sea.
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  10. konvalval
    konvalval 23 January 2014 17: 32
    +1
    The Ukrainian Council was ten years late with the adoption of this law. Then it was possible to nip this infection in the bud. And now, to bring elementary order to Ukraine, it will take a lot of effort, and maybe even human sacrifice.
  11. voliador
    voliador 23 January 2014 17: 59
    +1
    If in Ukraine nicknames come to power and the rest of the Geyropeiskaya shobla - the country will generally fall into a deep anus.
  12. Grbear
    Grbear 23 January 2014 18: 10
    +1
    For twenty years of training on such textbooks Ukraine has received about a million or two young people "with displaced" consciousness. This is about the Second World War, and what is written there about other times? Therefore, the East and the South are silent. Therefore, trappers and "run the show".
    Brains go astray through the word, and set through the ridge.
  13. Salamander
    Salamander 23 January 2014 18: 22
    +3
    Yes, there is enough dope in textbooks, but the wording is still quite cautious.
    The dream of "Westerners" looks like this (I hope this picture does not offend normal Ukrainians):
  14. Altona
    Altona 23 January 2014 19: 02
    +3
    When you read Svidomo's nonsense, you never cease to be astonished by the arrogant and shameless lies ... How is that? Get money from Canaris and fight the Wehrmacht? To unite in the "proud" UPA the brutal gangs of nationalists who sometimes knocked each other out of their thirst for sole power. The "internationalism" of the OUN-UPA is clearly visible in the shootings in Babi Yar, in Khatyn, in the massacre of Poles and Jews, and their own countrymen ... Even hardened German thugs were surprised at the butcher skills of Ukrainian nationalists ... And now the true face of OUN fans has opened -UPA who destroy their beautiful capital like the ancient vandals of the palaces of Rome ...
  15. shelva
    shelva 23 January 2014 19: 08
    +1
    First, it would be nice to understand in Ukraine - who will be able to comply with this generally correct law.
  16. Altona
    Altona 23 January 2014 20: 23
    +1
    Quote: huut
    Well, there is a logic to it. Would Hitler start hostilities against Poland without an agreement with Stalin? It is very doubtful that his army was then weak, small and inexperienced against ours. Moreover, we constantly offered Poland our military defense, and not the fact that we would patiently have demolished the capture of Poland by Hitler without a treaty.
    That is, Hitler, having received the contract, lost the potential interference in the war with Poland - and began military operations. In fact, does the contract contribute? After all, he was not afraid of France and England, did not conclude any agreement, and yes with us. So there was a stopping factor, and hostilities began precisely after the elimination of this factor?
    Where is the mistake? The quote says "actually". In fact, it turns out, yes. It is clear that Hitler still would not have abandoned his plans, but what happened, what happened.
    Only without ideology and tantrums, please, I want to understand, not shout.

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    Something chronology suffers in your thought ... Firstly, Hitler, under the pretext of protecting the Sudeten Germans, of whom there were not so many in the Sudetenland (and there were demands up to autonomy), seized Czechoslovakia, and he did it not alone, but together with valiant Poles ... The Poles also plundered Czechoslovakia to their fullest and did not disdain anything ... And Heinz Guderian, hitting Ceske Zbrojewice, choked with saliva and gruffled happily when he saw the wonderful workshops and a lot of weapons that glittered with an oily sheen, including good tanks, 4000 which invaded the USSR on June 22, 1941 ... At the same time, the "weak" German army probed the western direction, a platoon of German cyclists defiantly drove into the demilitarized (according to the Versailles Treaty) Ruhr zone, dined there with marching stew in front of the embarrassed armed French border guards and calmly left back ... Non-aggression pacts in Europe at that time were concluded by everyone and everything, because this bunch of dictators did not want to agree on a collective defense, and everyone hoped to expand territory at the expense of a less fortunate neighbor ... In the end, Hitler, thanks to the caterpillars of his Panzerwaffe and outright diplomatic cynicism, managed to conquer the whole of Europe ... He captured Poland in 1939, because Poland rejected Moscow's proposals and concluded an agreement with France and Great Britain, naively believing that they would send their troops to defend the proud Poles ... Stalin, seeing the simmering war in the European cauldron, logically turned to Hitler with a proposal for a non-aggression pact, there was concern about the coming of war to our borders ... In 1940, , the Wehrmacht, having bypassed the most powerful Maginot Line in Belgium within a MONTH, defeated the French army and the British attached to it (who was there squealing about our defeats in the summer of 1941?), and for some reason did not drown this army in Dunkirk, they say that Guderian did not have enough gasoline to overcome unfortunate 15 km (doubtful with German prudence) ... France was gently occupied, divided into two zones, no special burdens were repaired, German the officers liked French cocottes and excellent wines and cognacs (let's not forget about the most delicate pates, chocolate, sardines in oil, Lido and Moulin Rouge cabaret, the finest lingerie, perfume and other delights of the decaying West) ... Something like this ... Of course, Hitler was not a sucker, and where there was no loyal ruler, he was immediately planted ... True, the territory was no longer a country, but a Gauleiter or a general governor ...
  17. Altona
    Altona 23 January 2014 20: 48
    +1
    I got a big and confusing comment ... It’s impossible to fix it, so I’ll correct myself ...
    Stalin simply had no one to negotiate with in 1939 other than Hitler, because treaties with Great Britain and France would be a treaty with emptiness ... Nobody stood up for Czechoslovakia, although she had guarantor countries ... Secret protocols in the original wasn’t preserved, so there’s no need to speak legally about them, but even if they were believed, they didn’t capture the USSR, just returned to the so-called Curzon line, restored what was lost ... If you recall how we were fooled at Versailles in 1918 According to the results of the First World War, the British and French should silently chew on rags like Saakashvili’s pink silk tie in 2008 ...
    Why did Hitler not reckon with France and the United States? And who counts with terpily? They silently endured the "buyback" of their enterprises at the symbolic 1 mark per share, and the Austrian Pooh became Daimler-Pooh from the Americans, and switched to the production of kübelwagens for the Wehrmacht ... I draw an approximate scheme of taking away property from Anglo-Saxon and Jewish shareholders ... Then France and Great Britain chewed snot during the capture of Czechoslovakia in 1938, so why be ashamed of that? Hitler did not hesitate ...
  18. Jan Ullrich
    Jan Ullrich 23 January 2014 21: 46
    0
    The most interesting thing is that the German Nazis openly say that the Slavs are the lower race, and these on the Maidan bear German symbolism. They brought up a normal tingling, there’s nothing you can do with it, only a vasectomy !!
  19. VadimSt
    VadimSt 23 January 2014 22: 21
    0
    Quote: shelva
    First, it would be nice to understand in Ukraine - who will be able to comply with this generally correct law.

    And who will understand? The current government, which, on a provocative nationalist sabbath of Bender’s foster mother, closed her eyes and flirted with the opposition, or a gay hero prostitute with her pimps from the State Department?
    They say that it’s too late to drink Borjomi, since the liver has fallen off, so here. There is only one move - to restore constitutional order, prohibit parties that took part in the riots, bring to justice all participants without the right to pardon!