Ukraine is not my country, Maidan is not mine история, so I can show you what you will not see in prosto_vova and other Ukrainian bloggers. In fact, the whole center of Kiev turned into one big cemetery and a farce, one continuous surrealism ...
Believe me, I was not specifically looking for anything, the usual everyday pictures from the center of Kiev, which surprise the Russian people, who have already lost the habit of such a mess in the very same Moscow.
Even if it is a memory of people, it should not take on such ugly forms.
It is a little incomprehensible why the authorities will not put up a single obelisk to the victims of Maidan.
Although two years have passed, and the authorities of Kiev did not bother even to repair the building of the Trade Unions ...
And the snow is badly cleaned.
Repaired only the colonnade installed on the approach to the stadium "Dynamo"
All around some tombstones, crosses and dead with braids along the roads are.
Aydar fighters raise money for military actions
By the way, there are often begging people in camouflage clothing who collect money for various “revolutionary” goals.
Flying flag of the Right Sector
Wall painting speaking for itself
From the number of clumsy inscriptions "Glory to Ukraine" and "Heroes of Glory" dazzled in the eyes of
Let me remind you it all started with a mass multi-month protest in the center of Kiev, which began on November 21, 2013, in response to the government’s suspension of preparations for signing an association agreement between Ukraine and the European Union.
Ukraine has not entered the European Union, but the European Union is now bursting at the seams, so after the change of power in Ukraine, Euromaidan was officially called the “Revolution of Dignity”.
Even a schoolboy understands, there are no “revolutions of virtues” in principle. As world history shows, all the revolutions led to only one thing - to the impoverishment of the masses in the future.
Agree, only small groups that gain access to the distribution of resources benefit.
Someone in the coffin, and someone drives a Porsche Cayenne
Therefore, I do not understand these victims, because in the end “the struggle for democracy and the road to Europe” led only to a change of some corrupt officials to others and the collapse of Ukraine. Look at the faces of Ukrainian politicians, they have written on their faces.
The world once again saw one big country split into pieces due to the rude and selfish behavior of the United States.
13 December 2013, State Department official Victoria Nuland, during a conference of the Ukraine-USA Foundation, said that the United States supported the construction of democracy in Ukraine. In a speech, it was said that 5 billion was spent on building democracy and other goals.
As a result, the money was spent, and according to the Ministry of Health of Ukraine from November 30 2013 to April 14, 106 people died during protests in Kiev and in the regions of Ukraine.
However, on the Maidan talking about other numbers. According to the data of the medical volunteers of Maidan, there were more than 700 victims!
I'm not talking about the armed conflict in the east of Ukraine, in which more than 6000 people died, and millions became refugees.
Ordinary Ukrainians in ordinary conversations admit a mistake. They wanted to live better, but the result was a catastrophic drop in the standard of living.
I do not invent this, according to a nationwide survey conducted by the Institute of Sociology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and the Democratic Initiatives Foundation from June 26 to July 18 2015, Euromaidan was named the most negative event in the history of Ukraine (25,0% of respondents), losing only to 1932 Holodomor — XNX years (1933%).
Night Maidan and a thousand comments of aggressive Ukrainian bloggers can be estimated by reference.
It turns out that it is “undemocratic” to call a mess a mess and photograph Maidan. My ardent greetings to the network Ukrainian hamsters-)
I think you can see for yourself how sad everything is, I imagine the shock of foreign tourists. However, after Euromaidan the flow of tourists has decreased by several times ...