Ukraine: split-up on the go

Thu 17 Apr, 2014 05:31 am
Hey folks, don't you think that Ukraine turns into a real badass problem? According to the latest news from Ukraine, a civil war is on. And it is the so-called Right Sector which militants gave a start to it. In case you didn't know, the Right Sector is an extremist organization which members were the ones to start the Euro-Maidan and help the current new government seize the rule. Now is it them who started firing at armless people in south-east of Ukraine who went out to in support of federalization of Ukraine. So, what is the Right Sector after? We are being told that their goal is saving Ukraine from a split-up. Actually, I believe that separation of Ukraine is an accomplished fact. Every historian knows that a country where a civil war is on is doomed for a split-up. The nearest examples are Sudan, Serbia, Kosovo. You may let a civil war go wild and it will result in a total breakdown, a heap of dead bodies and rivers of blood. On the other hand, you may accept what is inevitable and carry a referendum, thus avoid mass murder and total ruin. However, the Right Sector is not likely to share this idea. As for the new government in Kiev, they still pin their hopes on the would-be presidential election in May, when they in Washington are still absolutely out of town about what's really happening in Ukraine. Actually, the election of new president is also for nothing. Seriously, what kind of democracy can that be when almost half of a country will be sent to voting stations under guns? Far and by, before it all is settled down in Ukraine there can be no speaking about any kind of integration! It is no way we have just another problem hard to solve!
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Thu 17 Apr, 2014 07:07 am
Your English sucks.
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