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From the National Revolution in Ukraine – to Newest Reconquista in Europe!
01-29-2014, 12:42 PM
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From the National Revolution in Ukraine – to Newest Reconquista in Europe!
"Unfortunately the demoliberal politicum and much of the cultural environment for twenty years was convincing Ukrainians that they should integrate into the Euro-Atlantic structures. So that many of the Ukrainians actually believed that Ukraine should become a member of the EU. Therefore, the formal cause of the massive protests in Ukraine was the refusal of the regime of Viktor Yanukovych to sign an agreement with the EU. The Ukrainian nationalists are against association with the EU. Even though they supported the protests as an opportunity to begin the National Revolution.

Last year, in the end of November, by the initiative of the nationalist movement “Tryzub,” the nationalist youth joined in “The Right Sector.” Within two months nationalists urged demonstrators not to fight for the European integration but for the building of the Nation. The first step for building such a state is to overthrow the anti-national, oligarchic, demoliberalistic regime of Yanukovych. Two months passed. The Yanukovych’s Regime is not afraid of peaceful protests, which were carried out under the guidance of liberalistic opposition parties. In the end the Parlament, controlled by the Yanukovych’s Regime, has adopted totalitarian laws which limit even more the political rights in Ukraine. In particular, those laws are characterised as anti-national. The people were disappointed with the opposition and began to trust to the nationalists. We were able to take an advantage of the national support and starting from January 19 we have entered a phase of military confrontation with the authorities. For several days in the streets of Kyiv continues struggle between the nationalist- revolutionary forces and the police. The organizator of this struggle was “The Right Sector” joined by the nationalist-minded street-fans and individual activists who adhere to nationalist views. In fact, the nationalists managed to lead the revolutionary struggle. Presumably, our victory of greater legitimacy will imply the need to enter the revolutionary government of some representatives of the liberal opposition; however, the rise of nationalism in Ukraine will be widespread. We will fight to the last. If we lose, we are waiting for either underground, or mass repression. If we win, it will bring instant newset Reconquista. As a categorical opponent of the EU, but standing for the solidarity of the European nations, we urge nationalists from other European countries to support the struggle. Remember how nationalist and conservative forces united in Spain during the Civil War. Come join us, support our struggle. We realize that your victory is merely symbolic, do not expect a large number. However, this symbolism – a step towards future victories together within the whole of Europe!"

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01-29-2014, 01:02 PM (This post was last modified: 01-29-2014 01:04 PM by LZA.)
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RE: From the National Revolution in Ukraine – to Newest Reconquista in Europe!
see? That's the thing. we could probably help...if you send us coordinates we can probably send drones to clean up..
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01-29-2014, 10:09 PM (This post was last modified: 01-29-2014 10:15 PM by velvetfog.)
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RE: From the National Revolution in Ukraine – to Newest Reconquista in Europe!
Western Ukraine is predominantly Catholic, speaks Ukrainian, use the Roman alphabet and would like to be part of the European Union.
They represent more than 75% of the population
Eastern Ukraine is predominantly Eastern Orthodox, speaks Russian, use the Cyrillic alphabet and would like to be part of the Russian empire.
The Russians represent around 17% of the population.

Under the current government, with Viktor Yanukovych as president, the Russian minority is in charge, running the country.
Yanukovych is forging closer ties with the Putin administration in the Kremlin.
He has been pulling Ukraine away from forging closer ties with the European Union parliament in Brussels.

There does not appear to be any compromise solutions that both sides can agree on.
The people demonstrating in Kiev and in the other western Ukrainian cities, are Catholics who are pro Europe and pro democracy.

Hopefully, it won't come to civil war in Ukraine.
But the conditions are getting quite ripe for that, and it would split the country in two along the Dnieper river.

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