Earlier, I got up in the morning, had a snack, put a mask on my face, a helmet on my head, went out into the yard, and there already stood a bunch of like-minded friends with cars. We sit down and cavalcade (that is, motorcade) travel through the cities and villages of our Ukraine, most often in Galicia, Bukovina, Volyn.
We stop in the village on the square, break up the tent camp, build the stage, install sound amplifiers and under the brave "Oh, apple ..." and no less incendiary "Khava Nagyla" collect the population. The main goal is to preserve the unity of the state, which for several years now the Donetsk gang has been trying to destroy, in which, including the Donetsk region, Lugansk, Dnepropetrovsk, Kharkov and Zaporozhye bandyugans are included. At the rally, we always tell all the information that we will be able to gather up - about local officials in the offices, about the judges in foreign cars, about policemen in law, about prosecutors in corruption. We call everyone, especially those who have weapon, stand up to protect the integrity of the powers.
After the rally, we sing about that glory and will have not yet died, for which we swear to put not only our sinful body, but also the immortal soul. After that, we tumble into the court, do not give the judges a word to say, and some of the most obstinate and pour over different liquids (so that we know our people!). We disassemble the tents and the stage and move on.
And now we have been banned by the oppressors of the Ukrainian people, and more specifically by individual deputies who passed such cruel laws, the President who signed them without listening to the demands of the entire Ukrainian people standing on Euromaidan, and the editors of the newspapers Golos Ukrainy and Uryadovy kur'ur ”, Published these laws contrary to the requirements of individual deputies from the“ Batkivshchyna ”.
And now I’ll go on to the very word itself.
Let's analyze together what I wrote above in the ironic preface. First of all, we will discuss the notorious "anti-democratic" laws adopted by the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine 16 January 2014 of the year.
Their adoption, signing by the President and publication in national newspapers outraged both euromaidan “politicians” and, unfortunately, individual lawyers, who were somehow not very well-known, who in their address to their colleagues and the whole society regarding “violations of the rights of citizens by new laws adopted by the 16 Rada of January and being a challenge to the democratic rule of law and the civilized foundations of the life of the entire Ukrainian people, "said literally the following:" The exercise of these rights and freedoms is not subject to any restrictions other than that are necessary in a democratic society, established on the basis of a general social consensus in the context of an effective separation of powers, and are fully recognized by the community of free nations of the world. ”
The only thing in the mentioned appeal of lawyers, with which I fully agree, is that "the laws of January 16 became the" power response "to the two-month protests of the Ukrainian people in defense of democratic values." All the rest is in circulation, as they say in such cases, from the evil one.
From nothing else and outrage of our European and American "friends". Thus, EU Commissioner for Enlargement and Neighborhood Policy, Stefan Füle, who has recently been infused in Ukraine to annoyance, expressed his concern about the initiatives of representatives of the Party of Regions: “He is very concerned about new laws that restrict freedoms and contradict European aspirations and obligations of Ukraine.”
And Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights Nils Muzhnieks is extremely “concerned about Ukraine’s amendments restricting human rights, including freedom of speech, assembly, and association. I urge the President to veto them. ”
But the EU High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy, Catherine Ashton, is altogether “deeply concerned about the events in Kiev. Some parts of the legislation restricting the basic rights of Ukrainian citizens were hurriedly carried out with obvious disrespect for parliamentary procedures and democratic principles. ”
Well, the US Department of State made a significant contribution to taming Ukraine: “Some of these laws will restrict the right to protest peacefully and exercise freedom of speech, they will restrain independent media and inhibit the work of NGOs. If Ukraine truly aspires to a European future, it must protect and promote the universal democratic principles and values underlying a free Europe and not allow them to be systematically dismantled. ”
From him, the evil one, and all the speeches of the three-headed leader of the "opposition" with respect to these laws.
And even more so from the crafty - and above all and most likely, from his money - there goes the submission of these laws by our “democratic, objective and unbiased” media, which make it possible to convince the people of their illegality and unconstitutionality.
The calculation of all these "truth-seekers and fighters for the people" is very simple - to drive into the heads of people that which benefits very few in Ukraine and many in the United States and Western Europe. And this is not so difficult to do, since very few of our citizens have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the text of these laws and interpret them correctly. For all the others, I propose a summary of some of the laws adopted by 16 in January and the same brief interpretation of them.
The Law of Ukraine "On Amendments to Articles 297 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (regarding liability for desecrating or destroying monuments erected in memory of those who fought against Nazism during the Second World War, Soviet liberators, members of the guerrilla movement, underground fighters and victims of Nazi persecution and also internationalist warriors and peacekeepers. ”It is a question of the fact that for the abuse of the grave the punishment is in the form of a fine, or an arrest for 6 months, or imprisonment to 3 years. Abuse of the mass grave or the grave of the Unknown Soldier - imprisonment from 3 to 5 years. For a group of people - from 4 to 7 years. Well, who among us is against it, especially considering that it’s not so Rare such cases, especially in Western Ukraine?
The Law of Ukraine “On Amendments to the Criminal Code of Ukraine on Responsibility for Denying or Justifying the Crimes of Fascism” supplemented by the Criminal Code with Article 436-1, which criminalizes the public denial or justification of the crimes of fascism, propaganda of neo-Nazi ideology, production and / or distribution of materials, in which the crimes of the fascists and their accomplices are justified, as well as for publicly denying or justifying the crimes of fascism against humanity committed in the year World War II, in particular, the crimes committed by the Wafen SS organization, its subordinate structures (in particular, it included the SS division "Galicia", recruited from Ukrainian volunteers during the Second World War, and later formally incorporated into the Ukrainian national army subordinate to the Ukrainian National Committee), those who fought against the anti-Hitler coalition and collaborated with the fascist invaders, as well as the propaganda of neo-Nazi ideology, the production and / or distribution of material s in which the crimes of the fascists and their accomplices are justified. All this is punishable by a fine from 500 to 1000 of non-taxable minimum incomes of citizens (today the non-taxable minimum is 17 hrn.) Or imprisonment up to 2 years. Who is opposed to our homegrown neo-Nazis?
The Law of Ukraine “On Amendments to Article 197 of the Tax Code of Ukraine on Exemption from Value Added Tax Taxation on Import of Natural Gas into the Customs Territory of Ukraine”. Who is to the detriment if, as a result, the cost of gas and tariffs for heating and hot water supply are reduced?
The 3879 Act, which introduces the 151-1 section of the Criminal Code, criminalizing defamation and extremist activities. According to this article, libel, that is, the deliberate dissemination of knowingly false information discrediting the honor and dignity of another person, is punishable by a fine of up to 50 non-taxable minimum incomes of citizens, or community service for up to 200 hours, or correctional labor for up to 1.
Slander in a work that is publicly demonstrated in the media or on the Internet, as well as committed by a person previously convicted of defamation, is punished with a fine from 50 to 300 non-taxable minimum incomes of citizens, or community service for a period from 150 to 240 hours, or correctional labor for up to 1.
But slander, coupled with the accusation of committing a grave or especially grave crime, is punishable by correctional labor for a term from 1 to 2 years or by restriction of freedom for up to 2 years.
What is so bad about this, that worried the “world community” (in quotes, because, I am sure, the world community has no idea about these laws of Ukraine)? Why in Ukraine it is impossible to introduce responsibility for the fact that in the legislation of most European countries is a criminal offense. For example, paragraph 90 of the German Criminal Code criminalizes “denigrating the federal president”, and paragraph 188 imposes defamation of politicians with punishment for what was done before 5 years in prison.
Probably, the fact is that our “politicians” pronounce every day, while our mass media replicate unverified and frankly false information, which is a direct slander against certain political figures, and do not bear any responsibility for this. And then suddenly a taboo on a lie.
The 341 article of the Criminal Code of Ukraine was supplemented with the 2 part of the following content: “Blocking buildings or structures that ensure the activities of state authorities, local governments, associations of citizens in order to interfere with the normal operation of enterprises, institutions and organizations is punishable by restraint of liberty for up to 5 years or imprisonment for the same period. " Moreover, our legislators have not invented the bicycle - for “extremist activity” responsibility exists in all EU countries and in the USA without exception.
Part 1 of the 343 CC article is stated as follows: “Illegal collection, storage, use, destruction, dissemination of confidential information about a law enforcement officer, employee of the state executive service, their close relatives or family members, distribution of materials or information that are clearly offensive and demonstrate defiant disregard for a law enforcement officer or a public executive officer, pressure, intimidation or any form of influence on a law enforcement officer or a state executive service employee committed to retaliate, obstruct his / her duties or to make an unlawful decision, or public appeals or distribution of materials calling for such actions, is punishable by a fine of 200 to 400 non-taxable minimum incomes of citizens, either by correctional labor for up to 1 of the year, or by arrest for up to 6 months. ”
Part of the 1 article 376 now sounds like this: “Illegally collecting, storing, using, destroying, distributing confidential information about a judge, his close relatives or family members, distributing materials or information that are clearly offensive and show defiant disregard for a judge or justice , pressure, intimidation or interference in any form with the activities of a judge, committed for the purpose of revenge, obstructing the judge’s performance of official duties or seeking An unjust decision, or public appeals or distribution of materials calling for such actions, is punishable by a fine from 300 to 500 of non-taxable minimum incomes of citizens, or correctional labor for up to 2 years, or arrest for up to 6 months, or imprisonment for before 2 years.
The law also contains other regulations on the status and security of judges. In accordance with the amendments to the Law of Ukraine “On State Protection of Court and Law Enforcement Agencies”, its action extends not only to judges, but also to court staff, as well as their close relatives and family members, who are husband, wife, father, mother, stepfather, stepmother, son, daughter, stepson, stepdaughter, brother, sister, grandfather, grandmother, great-grandfather, great-grandmother, grandson, granddaughter, great-grandson, great-granddaughter, person under guardianship or trusteeship, as well as persons who live together everyday life, have mutual rights and obligations, including persons who live together but are not married.
In accordance with Article 134 of the Law of Ukraine “On the Judicial System and the Status of Judges”, a judge has the right to provide the means of protection and mobile devices with the warning about the danger provided to him by the internal affairs bodies, as well as to equip housing with security and fire alarm systems at the expense of the state budget the procedure established by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine. In turn, judicial administrators for the performance of their duties are granted the right to use special means used during the protection of public order, the list and procedure for which is determined by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (part 6 article 153 of the Law of Ukraine "On the Judicial System and Status of Judges") .
And who among us is against restoring order during football matches and increasing responsibility for such offenses? Who does not want to be responsible for administrative violations in the field of road safety, recorded in automatic mode, except for violators? For the most part, these are individuals clothed with one or another powerful indulgence.
We were intimidated by the fact that now wedding convoys are banned. Oh, how guards are cunning, how exquisitely powder the brains of an ordinary man in the street. Read carefully how this is set out in the law: “A person driving a vehicle performs movement in columns consisting of more than five vehicles without agreeing on the conditions and procedure of movement with the relevant division of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, which ensures traffic safety, which resulted in obstacles to road traffic - imposes a fine from 40 to 50 of non-taxable minimum incomes of citizens or the deprivation of the right to drive vehicles for the term from 1 to 2 years, with or without withdrawal of the vehicle from its owner. ” And not so often wedding processions consist of more than five cars.
Who is hampered by the rule of law that provides for responsibility for contempt of court in the form of failure to appear in court on a subpoena or attempt to kill a judge, for which administrative responsibility is established in the form of a fine from 340 to 5100 UAH. or arrest up to 15 day? How many people will be against the fact that in case of a failure to appear in court 2 times it is possible to carry out a trial without a failure to appear? This is important now, when so many defendants and defendants are constantly refusing to appear in court, thereby delaying consideration of the case for an indefinite period.
But what else outraged our “defenders”: this is an amendment to the 1 part of the 1851 article of the Administrative Offenses Code of Ukraine, after which it became: “Violation of the established procedure for organizing or holding meetings, rallies, street processions and demonstrations by their participant, including about state bodies, local governments, institutions, enterprises, organizations, housing or other property of a person ”. So, all states of the EU and the USA are allowed such a rule, but Ukraine is not? Especially after we have recently become extremely relevant due to the fact that now the concept of “peaceful assembly of citizens” has begun to fall under the heading of meetings that “peaceful” cannot be called. Everyone sees this in reports from Euromaidan, where events clearly got out of control of such a different trinity and began to look more like unbridled hooligan-extremist antics of frenzied idlers.
And how do you assess the "conversation" of former Interior Minister Yuriy Lutsenko with his former subordinate colonel, to whom the first one pokes his finger in the face and publicly sends obscenities, insults the latter. If it were in the UK, then Yurik would have grabbed the 2 month of prison there, and in Italy, for such a public insult to a person in service, would go to prison on the 3 year. In Germany, turning to a police officer for “you” is regarded as an insult, and a drunk Yura would have to pay a fine of 600 euros, and waving his hands in front of a policeman would pay up to 1000 euros.
And those who insult a policeman abroad get full: in France - arrest for a period of days from 15 to 3 months or a fine of euro 500, in the USA for a strike or attack on a policeman - imprisonment for a period from 3 to 10 years jail or xnumx thousand dollars fine.
Why are people in Europe not outraged by the fact that in France the occupation of the roadway for any purpose and any demonstrations is prohibited and that if this is revealed, the violators are first ordered to disperse, and in the event of non-compliance, forceful dispersal follows? So France is allowed, but Ukraine is not?
You can still write a lot about all the bias of the opposition, but does not allow a place in the newspaper, so it's time to go to the AFTERWORD.
I met on the Internet such a frank and logical comment from a reader: “I don’t see the emphasis on rights and freedoms. All according to European patterns ... Well, maybe there is something in the texture. But parliamentary lawyers, it seems, are not from the gate. Corrected by amending the vote, since dig byaku. "
From all of the above, only one conclusion can be reached: the legislative norms adopted by the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on January 16, 2014, are European standards. And since these laws have already come into effect, it would be time for our legitimate authority (the President was elected in the process of nationwide elections, the Cabinet of Ministers was established in strict accordance with the Constitution) to proceed to their steady implementation. Otherwise, not only Kiev will be destroyed, but the whole of Ukraine. When you look at all the events on the Euromaidan, then involuntarily you begin to believe in predictions about the collapse of Ukraine on the 2 or 3 parts, especially if you take into account the rigid statement of the ARC parliament, which expressed the will of the entire population of the peninsula. Also, the will of the majority of residents express and regional councils of the eastern regions.
But whose will is expressed by Klitschko, Tyagnibok and Yatsenyuk? Who among us gave them such authority, when and in what form? But they, considering us all to be headless, shout at every corner that they act on behalf of the entire Ukrainian people, on behalf of the whole people (did the whole Ukrainian people gather on the Euromaidan? And who then all those who are not going to "peacefully" jail to Kiev, and really works peacefully for the good of others and the state) require a change of government. Who authorized Tyagnibok openly to invite all owners of firearms to go to Kiev in order to achieve the unity of Ukraine by “peaceful” means?
It seems to me that they were given powers in the EU and the USA, where they regularly go by themselves, from where unsuited emissaries constantly come to Kiev with money and new instructions. Isn't it time for our authorities to close the door (border) in front of them?
And finally, CONCLUSION, which can be done by reading another rule of the new law (which for some reason the opposition members are modestly silent about) simplifying the procedure for removing parliamentary immunity, which makes withdrawals from many real (almost written out of habit by the people). stopped - judging by their words and deeds, they are not popular, but anti-people) of the deputies of the Verkhovna Rada of defensive “armor” and bringing to deserved criminal responsibility for all their atrocities, ranging from gross insults and slander to the President, the prime minister Minister, officials of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Prosecutor General’s Office, and up to an attempt at a coup d'état and the overthrow of the legitimate government.
That is the true reason for their indignation and the demands for the abolition of these norms. Far from the share of the Ukrainian people, and they protect their own skin so zealously and aggressively. And it is very sad that they are among us, ordinary citizens, those who blindly trust them and, supporting them thoughtlessly, defend their selfish interests, including the overt desire to sit in the presidential chair.
Maybe it's time to think, good people?