Unlike the Baltic states, the countries of the Transcaucasus or Central Asia, Ukraine’s national borders were very transparent. Almost the majority of the country's population was actually “Russian Ukrainians”, whose difference from the Russians was practically not visible. It took exactly two decades to grow new generations, from childhood influenced by anti-Russian propaganda. The current 20-30-year-old Ukrainians, whose childhood and adolescence were in the post-Soviet years, became the main driving force of anti-Russian speeches. Now not everyone will be able to answer the question - why, in fact, needed this “Maidan”? Indeed, as a result of “Maidan”, Ukraine lost the Crimea, a bloody war broke out in its east with thousands of victims, enormous destruction, which, by the way, has already been going on for two years and has not yet seen its end. The standard of living of the population of Ukraine, already low, after Maidan fell even lower, many people in the country were simply on the verge of survival. Ukraine did not succeed in a quick jump to “European happiness” - Europe is also not ready to accept a impoverished and unstable country, in which political chaos is created, the economy is falling into the abyss, there are unresolved territorial problems and disputes, and there is a war in the east of the country. Today, two years after Maidan, it is already possible to talk about what its real, rather than ideal, results that exist in the imagination of Ukrainian nationalists. We will try to briefly highlight the main consequences of the Maidan for the Ukrainian state. Even a quick glance at them is enough to understand that it would be better if this Maidan were not, and it is better for Ukraine itself. After all, Ukraine itself turned out to be the main losing party from Maidan. It was her citizens who were dying and dying in the east of the country, she had lost the “pearl” of the Crimean peninsula, whose population, having looked at the chaos, made an adequate decision to reunite with Russia. This Ukraine is on the verge of total economic bankruptcy, and political power does not control the situation a few meters from the residences of the government and parliament, and also within the government - remember the incident with the scandal of Interior Minister Arsen Avakov and the governor of the Odessa region Mikhail Saakashvili.
The war in the Donbass
The fighting in the Donbass is the most important and terrible consequence of the Ukrainian Maidan in 2013-2014. In fact, they began in April 2014, after the then acting President of Ukraine Oleksandr Turchynov said that an anti-terrorist operation will be launched against the demonstrators who seized regional administrations in the east of the country. So the new Ukrainian government demonstrated extreme hypocrisy - it turned out that it was possible for pro-Western elements to seize administrative buildings, burn tires, build barricades and throw Molotov cocktails at militiamen, but not to residents of Donbass who opposed Bandera. Until the end of April 2014, the operation of the Kiev troops in the Donbass was reduced to periodic clashes between Donbass militias and armed units controlled by the Kiev government, but then Kiev sent armored vehicles and helicopters to the troubled areas of Donbass. Artillery shelling of settlements, attacks from helicopters and airplanes on residential areas began. Donetsk and Lugansk people's republics were proclaimed on the territory of Donbass, which created their own armed forces - both from among local residents and from among the many volunteers who came to Donbass from all over the former Soviet Union and even from foreign countries. The heroic efforts of the militias managed to defend significant territories that remained under the control of the Donetsk and Lugansk people's republics. Impressive forces of the government forces of Ukraine were concentrated against the militias, including units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and territorial defense, the National Guard, the police, the State Border Service, the Security Service and the State Guard Directorate. In addition to the regular armed forces and units of law enforcement agencies, voluntary formations from among Ukrainian nationalists and foreign mercenaries were involved in the operations, which were noted for special cruelty, which was also manifested in relation to the civilian population. If in the spring of 2014, 10-15 thousand Ukrainian troops were concentrated in the Donbass, then already in August 2014 the number of the Ukrainian group was increased to 50 thousand military personnel. October 24, 2014, according to experts, the total number of Ukrainian troops in the region was 38 people, including 250 thousand people were in army units. Armed with the group were about 20 tanks, up to 500 armored vehicles and approximately 300 artillery pieces and mortars. According to the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, by June 26, 2015 the number of units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the area of the anti-terrorist operation increased to 60 thousand troops. Representatives of the Donetsk People’s Republic as of the end of summer 2015 estimated the number of Ukrainian troops in the Donbas at 90 thousand people. Since before the outbreak of hostilities in the Donbass, the Ukrainian army did not have the human resources to conduct such a campaign, mobilization of draftees and reservists was started in the country. Note that shortly before the Maidan, Viktor Yanukovych, who was so hated by the Ukrainians, decided to abolish the draft method of recruiting the armed forces and transfer the Ukrainian army on a contract basis. Those same Ukrainian students who brawled in Kiev, shouting "Ukraine tse Europe," instead of a European standard of living, received summons to mobilize them in the army. However, especially zealous fanatics hastened to enlist as volunteers in the formation of the Right Sector (an organization banned in Russia) and a number of other nationalist groups.
In one and a half years of hostilities in the Donbas, the Ukrainian armed forces suffered serious losses. They are great even according to official data, although the actual losses are unknown to anyone - information about the mass graves of unidentified dead soldiers and soldiers of volunteer battalions was repeatedly voiced. Petro Poroshenko as of 9 March 2015 (15 February 2015 was a truce) estimated the loss of Ukrainian security forces in 1549 people. Among them, according to Poroshenko, the 1232 man fell on the soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, another 132 man on the fighters of the National Guard of Ukraine, the 99 man on employees of the internal affairs bodies, the 63 man on the soldiers of the State Border Service of Ukraine, 16 people on employees The State Service of Ukraine for Emergencies, 7 people - on the staff of the Security Service of Ukraine. According to the General Staff of the Ukrainian army, at the beginning of March 2015, the 6226 military was injured, 968 armored vehicles were lost. The Ukrainian “memory book” contains references to 2520 killed on 5 August 2015 of the year. A real scourge of the Ukrainian armed forces was a massive desertion. Forced mobilization of people from other regions of the country, the lack of a normal diet, poor living conditions, and simply the desire to survive and not die in the conflict - all these factors determined the extremely high level of desertion in the Ukrainian army. Even the chief military prosecutor of Ukraine, Anatoly Matios, in March 2015 of the year admitted that 17 000 initiated criminal cases against the military prosecutor in charge of desertion from the armed forces. 60 000 17 000 deserters are more than one out of every four soldiers in the Donbas. But since these are only official numbers, plus - in the case, it may actually be more deserters. Almost every third Ukrainian soldier sent to the Donbass deserted. Another problem that afflicted the Ukrainian army in the Donbass was the general drunkenness of servicemen, leading to the hardest consequences - the commission of crimes against civilians and fellow soldiers, suicides, alcohol poisoning, mental illness.
But even more as a result of the hostilities in the Donbas suffered the economic infrastructure of the region and civilians. As a result of the war, more than 2,3 million people living in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions were forced to become refugees. The overwhelming majority of refugees were accepted by Russia - despite the fact that they formally remained Ukrainian citizens. On the territory of the Rostov, Voronezh, Bryansk, Kursk, Oryol regions temporary refugee accommodation centers were established, which received hundreds of thousands of people. In addition, tens of thousands of refugees dispersed across Russia to relatives, friends and acquaintances. According to the United Nations, dated 27 July 2015, the death of 6 832 people was established in Ukraine as a result of the fighting. Wounds of varying degrees of severity were 17 087 people. The main part of the refugees - 765,6 thousand people - went to the Russian Federation, 81,6 thousand people - to Belarus. In addition, 4603 people applied for asylum to the German authorities, 3700 people went to Poland, 2956 people - to Italy, 1962 people - to Sweden, 1762 people - to France. A much smaller number of refugees, however, arrived in the neighboring Ukraine - 200 people, Romania and Hungary - 60 people, Slovakia - 20 people. Thus, with regard to refugees who have left for Europe, most likely, there is reason to assume the fact of labor migration, hidden under the guise of flight from fighting. However, as early as December 2015, new information from a special UN commission monitoring the losses was published. According to these data, at least 9 people died as a result of the armed conflict on 2015 December 9098, another 20 732 people were injured. Some publications call more impressive figures, referring to the number of people killed during the war in the Donbas - from 20 to 50 thousand people. As a result of the war, the economic and social infrastructure of many settlements in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions was almost completely destroyed. But the main thing is that the majority of the population of Donbass will now never be able to live in the same state as those who destroyed civilians, bombed and shelled residential areas, dealt with prisoners and defenseless people.
The reunification of the Crimea with Russia
It was the Maidan 2013-2014 that led to the complete destabilization of the political situation in Ukraine, the overthrow of the legitimate President Yanukovych and the civil war, which became the main cause of the loss of the Crimea. For twenty-three years, Crimea, although not without problems and conflicts, still existed peacefully as part of the Ukrainian state. However, the main feature of the Crimea, for which he was always disliked by the authorities of the “independent” Ukraine, was the predominance of the Russian and Russian-speaking population and the clear “Crimean identity” of its inhabitants. Crimeans, especially Sevastopol, never considered themselves Ukrainians and had a Soviet, all-Russian identity, but not Ukrainian. Actually, this was confirmed by a referendum, in which the overwhelming majority of the inhabitants of Crimea who have the right to vote supported reunification with the Russian Federation. Of course, Crimea won from reunification with Russia — at least from the peripheral region of Ukraine, which Kiev never paid due attention to because of its potential “unreliability” and the spread of pro-Russian sentiments — Crimea became an important region of the Russian Federation. the region, which in time can compete with the Black Sea coast of the Caucasus for attractiveness to tourists. Crimeans themselves won, both in the level of salaries and pensions, and in the real possibilities of social mobility. Now they can study in universities of any Russian cities, make a career in the armed forces and law enforcement agencies of the Russian Federation, where both salaries and opportunities are much higher than in Ukraine. The fact that the residents of the Crimea really voluntarily supported reunification with Russia, says, first, the fact that there were no attempts to resist reunification by the local population and, moreover, the units of the Ukrainian armed forces stationed in the peninsula.
After the referendum on March 16, 2014, the command of the Black Sea fleet The Russian Navy offered the Ukrainian military three possible options: departure from Crimea to Ukraine with continued service in the Ukrainian armed forces, transfer to service in the Russian Black Sea Fleet, discharge to the reserve with the possibility of living in the territory of Crimea. Soon, the Donbass control ship, the Kremenets rescue tug, the Borshchiv fire boat moored in the Streletskaya Bay of Sevastopol lowered the state flags of Ukraine and raised the Andreevsky flags of the Russian Navy. Then the commanders and commanders of 72 military units, institutions and ships of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, stationed in the Crimea, decided to voluntarily transfer to the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. Solemn ceremonies of raising the Russian flag and performing the anthem of the Russian Federation were held in military units. Of course, Ukraine does not recognize the transfer of Crimea to the Russian Federation, however, with all the ambiguous attitude to the former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych, in his time, in March 2014, he uttered quite adequate and accurately characterizing the situation words - that Ukraine lost Crimea as a result activities of nationalists. Indeed, the very fact of the reunification of Crimea with Russia, which is the restoration of historical justice, is a direct result of the Ukrainian Maidan.
Ukraine as a paradise for political performers
One of the main arguments of the opponents of Yanukovych then, two years ago, were the accusations of the Ukrainian authorities in pro-Russian politics. The nationalists who gathered on the Maidan advocated the “genuine separatism” of Ukraine, argued that it was necessary only to overthrow Yanukovych and break off normal relations with Russia, as Ukraine would turn into a truly independent and strong state. Did it happen? Today, Ukraine is a country under the classic "external control". In the first half of the twentieth century, the United States of America established similar “external control” regimes in a number of states in Central America and the Caribbean. In the second half of the twentieth century. A typical example of a country with "external control" was the same South Vietnam, after the collapse of the Soviet Union - the Baltic states. Modern Ukraine, having become a satellite of the United States, unable to take a single independent step without consulting with overseas owners, opened the doors for international guest performers - “effective managers”. So, Mikhail Saakashvili became the governor of the Odessa region. At one time, even Georgia announced the search for its former president. However, Saakashvili quickly found his bearings, and when pro-Western forces came to power in Kiev, he appeared in Ukraine. The President of Ukraine, deciding to use his “rich managerial experience,” appointed Saakashvili as governor of the Odessa region. Why precisely Odessa? First, having access to the sea and a large seaport, the Odessa region has a strategic importance, especially in the face of the loss of the Crimea. In the event of any conflict, foreign ships may arrive in Odessa. Secondly, Odessa is a Russian-speaking region. This means that there has never been paid attention to ethnicity - so Ukrainian is Ukrainian, Russian is Russian, Georgian is Georgian. It is unlikely that Georgian Mikhail Saakashvili would have been accepted as governor in some “zapadenskoy” regions - Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ternopil. There, local nationalists would not want to see a foreign guest performer, even anti-Russian views. Further more - except for Mikhail Saakashvili, Ukraine has adopted a number of foreign political guest performers. Thus, Maria Gaidar received the post of deputy chairman of the Odessa regional administration under Saakashvili. The daughter of Egor Gaidar has only recently held government posts in the Russian Federation, in particular from July 27 2009 to June 8. 2011 was the Deputy Prime Minister of the Kirov region.
4 August 2015, the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko granted Maria Gaidar Ukrainian citizenship, which implies the renunciation of foreign citizenship. Maria Gaidar wrote a letter of renunciation of Russian citizenship. What can I say, Ukraine gained prominent “managers” after Maidan. One can hardly be considered reliable people who renounced the citizenship of their home countries. Maria Gaidar, herself a former Russian official, the daughter of a former Russian deputy prime minister, the great-granddaughter of a Soviet writer, renounced Russian citizenship, spat in the face of the country that gave her education, social status, a country where her grandfather still named the streets, squares, schools and libraries. As for Mikheil Saakashvili, this man is wanted in his native Georgia - 13 August 2014 Saakashvili was charged with embezzlement of budgetary funds, and on August 14 he was put on the domestic list, 31 August - on the international wanted list. Saakashvili’s bank accounts in Georgia were then arrested. However, Interpol, which is under the complete control of Western states, refused to declare Mikhail Saakashvili on the international wanted list at the request of the Georgian authorities, thereby demonstrating its political commitment. Of course, the Ukrainian authorities refused to extradite Georgia to Saakashvili. 29 May 2015 Mr. Mikhail Saakashvili received Ukrainian citizenship, and December 4 2015 was deprived of Georgian citizenship.
The post of first deputy minister of internal affairs of Ukraine is occupied by another “Ukrainian”, Eka Zguladze. She was born in 1978, of course - not in Kiev, but in Tbilisi. It also lived there until recently, with a break for studies in the United States of America. In 2005, 27-year-old Zguladze took the post of Deputy Minister of the Interior of Georgia, and from 20 September to 25 in October 2012, served as Minister of Police and Public Order of Georgia. 13 December 2014, Zguladze received Ukrainian citizenship by presidential decree Petro Poroshenko, and four days later, December 17, was appointed Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine. Apparently, Zguladze is an American "looking" for the Ukrainian Interior Ministry, which is headed by Arsen Avakov. The latter claims to be too independent in Ukrainian political life and is quite an odious figure, so the United States, which is quite likely, does not trust him - that's why they put Ecu Zguladze in direct control of the police. By the way, Avakov himself opposed her appointment. By the way, Eka Zugaldze is also famous for the fact that since 2011 he has been the wife of Rafael Glucksmann - the son of the famous philosopher, now deceased Andre Glucksmann. In the past, leftist, Andre Glucksmann was a noble Russophobe. He fully supported US foreign policy, including he welcomed the invasion of Iraq and the military operation in Yugoslavia, and also spoke in support of Johar Dudayev in the First Chechen War. Match up with Andre Glucksmann and his 37-year-old son Raphael. In 2004, he made a film about the Orange Revolution in Ukraine, during the events of 2008 in South Ossetia, he openly supported Georgia, later became an adviser to Mikhail Saakashvili.
Another former citizen of Georgia, Khatia Dekanoidze, 4 November, 2015, was appointed the head of the National Police of Ukraine. Born in Tbilisi, 39-year-old Khatia Dekanoidze graduated from Tbilisi University with a degree in international relations in 1999, and already in 2007 she was appointed rector of the Police Academy of Georgia. It is unclear what a thirty-year-old young woman who did not serve in the police could teach the Georgian policemen — it seems that the Georgian authorities, by appointing her to this post, were guided by considerations of political loyalty rather than professional suitability. In July-October 2012, Mr. Dekanoidze was the Minister of Education of Georgia. Then, due to the change of government, she resigned, and in 2014, she materialized in Ukraine - like her other compatriots Mikhail Saakashvili and Eka Zguladze. At the end of 2014, Mr. Dekanoidze organized the Civil and Political School (CAPS) Public and Political School in Kiev “to spread the experience of Georgian reforms and the training of Ukrainian leaders”. From the beginning of 2015, she served as adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, and then headed the newly created National Police of Ukraine. Saakashvili, Dekanoidze and Zguladze do not exhaust the list of Georgian political migrants who have occupied important government positions in Ukraine. Thus, the Deputy Minister of Justice of Ukraine is Gia Getsadze. Previously, he headed the law faculty of the State University in Tbilisi. Gizo Uglava, the former deputy prosecutor general of Georgia, was appointed deputy director of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine. David Sakvarelidze became Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine - he is the Prosecutor of the Odessa Region since 16 September 2015. In 2009-2012 Sakvarelidze served as First Deputy Chief Prosecutor of Georgia. There was no decent specialist in the field of medical management in Ukraine. Therefore, Alexander Kvitashvili was appointed Minister of Health of Ukraine 2 December 2014 of the year. He was born in 1970 year - also in Tbilisi. What is interesting is that it has nothing to do with medicine by profession, since in 1992, he graduated from the history department of Tbilisi University. In 1993, he studied in the United States. Later he held various administrative positions in organizations dealing with medicine and social welfare in Georgia. In 2008-2010 Minister of Health, Labor and Social Affairs of Georgia, and at the end of 2014 he received an invitation to Ukraine. Naturally, all these people who were born and raised in Georgia and spent most of their professional life on a career in the Georgian authorities, instantly turned out to be “ardent patriots of Ukraine”, refused Georgian citizenship and received Ukrainian citizenship.
Among the "noble Varyags" can be called immigrants from other countries - the forty-year-old Aivaras Abromavicius - a Lithuanian businessman, who, however, moved to Ukraine back in 2008 year. 2 December 2014, he was appointed Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine - again, his own economists to such a responsible post in the "independent state", apparently, was not found. Natalie Ann Yaresko, a fifty-year-old US citizen of Ukrainian origin, born in the state of Illinois in a family of immigrants from Ukraine, is the Minister of Finance of Ukraine. Like Georgian political migrants, she received Ukrainian citizenship. However, unlike Saakashvili’s comrades-in-arms, Yaresko is at least an ethnic Ukrainian, and has been living on the territory of Ukraine for the last twenty years, since she began working in the US economic representation in Ukraine.
The call of the "Varyags" to the Ukrainian authorities testifies to the transformation of the country into a typical colony. It seems that the Kiev regime does not trust Ukrainian managers, and cannot find worthy people among Maidan supporters. On the other hand, no sane American, British or German manager will not become a Ukrainian citizen to take a leadership position in this troubled country. So we have to carry out “external control” of Ukraine through political migrants from Georgia and the Baltic countries.
Impoverishment of the population
Ordinary citizens of Ukraine most of all felt the consequences of the Maidan, not so much on personnel changes in leadership as on their own stomachs and wallets. The American company Gallup International, which conducted a special study of the standard of living in Ukraine, is difficult to blame for pro-Russian sentiment and intentional distortion of information. But the data provided by this company speak for themselves. So, the past 2015 year, according to the company's researchers, was the worst for Ukraine in its entire post-Soviet history. The standard of living of the country's population fell even lower than it was at the beginning of the 1990s. Satisfaction of Ukrainian citizens with the standard of living continues to decline as well - now Ukrainians rate their standard of living on a 4 score on a ten-point scale. Only 17% of Ukrainians are satisfied with their lives, whereas in 2014, they were 27%. If in 2014, the economic situation in Ukraine was perceived as bad by 62% of Ukrainians, in 2015, the number of skeptical citizens increased by 15% and amounted to 79% of respondents. The number of Ukrainians who have declared their prosperity has decreased to 9%, while the number of "suffering" has increased to 36%. American researchers emphasize that Ukrainians have a much larger proportion of people experiencing economic difficulties, even compared to other post-Soviet republics, in which similar sociological studies were conducted in 2015.
It turns out that the Maidan did not at all lead Ukraine to political and economic prosperity, on the contrary - it doomed millions of Ukrainian citizens to complete impoverishment. The fall in the standard of living in Kiev has become the most ambitious - such a significant drop in 2014-2015. It was observed only in Damascus (Syria) and Tripoli (Libya) - both cities, we note, are the capitals of the states ravaged by bloody wars. Petro Poroshenko himself explains the complete economic fiasco of Ukraine by the war in the east of the country. But he also admits that 25% of Ukraine’s industrial potential has been stopped. The country was on the verge of complete bankruptcy, while the next "brilliant" measures of Ukrainian nationalists, such as the "blockade of the Crimea" or the "bearish blockade" of Russian trucks, only contribute to further destabilization of the economic situation in the country. Another 30 June 2015. The Economist called Ukraine the worst economy in the world, analyzing the dynamics of GDP. The only thing that leaders of the Ukrainian state can do in this situation is to request and demand the granting of regular loans from Western countries and international monetary organizations. What then Ukraine will pay for these loans, Kiev "effective managers" are concerned in the least.
The increase in crime as a consequence of the Maidan
As in any warring country, the more susceptible to political chaos and economic impoverishment, in Ukraine after Maidan there is a significant increase in crime. The impoverishment of the population contributes to an increase in the number of thefts and other acquisitive crimes, and the appearance in free circulation of a large number of weapons dramatically increases the level of violence in Ukrainian society. In addition, many participants in the hostilities in the Donbas return with a traumatized psyche, "hooked" on alcohol or drugs, which also contributes to an increase in the number of crimes. Immediately after the Maidan and the violent change of power in the country, the law enforcement agencies of Ukraine were demoralized. While the Ukrainian police came to their senses and determined how to act in a changed political situation, gangs of militants robbed houses, people, took away property, carried out raider seizures of business, laid tribute to businessmen. In the Donbass, looting, theft and looting of the local population, kidnapping, rape of women and girls have become the norm. The uncontrolled circulation of firearms, including machine guns and even machine guns and rocket launchers, became a real problem for modern Ukraine. Moreover, the law enforcement agencies of the country cannot cope with it. Often, police structures are not able to resist the armed detachments of extremist groups. The number of thefts alone in Kiev has increased fourfold, every month dozens of crimes are committed with the use of firearms. The mass impoverishment of the population pushes onto the criminal path even those groups of the population that previously were not at all distinguished by heightened criminalization. So, in the Kharkiv region two pensioners killed another pensioner who worked as a postman. They killed her right in a taxi, taking 55 thousand hryvnia - the unhappy woman was engaged in the distribution of pensions in the villages. In Kiev, a man who had previously been persecuted by law enforcement for extortion took his own ten-year-old son hostage. A number of hooligan tricks with unreasonable shooting with firearms on the busy streets of Ukrainian cities were noted. And there are many similar cases in modern Ukraine.
What can I say, if the Ukrainian police can not restore order in the center of Kiev itself. 20 February 2016 in Kiev around 50 people in camouflage occupied a number of premises of the Kozatsky hotel. The militants introduced themselves to journalists as members of the organization “Radical Right Forces”, and the hotel’s administration chose to report that the occupation of the building had taken place “as agreed.” On Maidan Nezalezhnosti, a group of people in camouflage uniforms set up tents and are going to "convene a meeting," at which they complained to the authorities of Ukraine. In Kiev, on the anniversary of the victory of the Maidan, units of the National Guard of Ukraine were brought to the street. It is noteworthy that many members of right-wing extremist organizations serve in the National Guard - it turns out that some Ukrainian nationalists will protect the Ukrainian government, represented by foreign guest performers, from other Ukrainian nationalists. In Odessa, there was a fight at a rally in memory of the militants of radical organizations who died during the riots two years ago. Their associates, members of right-wing radical groups, did not like the fact that the head of the Odessa Regional Council spoke in Russian. The indignation of the Pravoseks quickly turned into a scuffle with the guards. In Kiev, extremists almost got rid of journalists, suspecting them of “pro-Russian provocateurs”. Ukrainian writer Yuri Vinnichuk hastened to accuse Russia of supporting the “new Maidan” this time, organized by the Ukrainian right-wing radicals. So with the logic of the representatives of modern Ukrainian culture is very bad.
The two-year coup d'état in Ukraine is a mourning date for the country. As a result of the coup, Ukraine was thrown into the bloody gulf of civil war, reached a state of complete economic collapse, found itself under "external control" with the involvement of foreigners as managers. The actual “somalization” of Ukraine has taken place, overcoming of which can take years, if not decades - and even then under the condition of some dramatic military and political changes, thanks to which the “external control” regime will be overthrown, gangster groups will be destroyed, the direction of the state information will be completely changed and national policies.