Sep 15, 2021
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Ukraine – Chronicles of Resistance

The summer opposition to the Bandera regime was not replete with shocking news, but testified to constant spontaneous resistance. First of all, this concerns the language issue. The Ukrainian language, like the Russian language, was denied rights by the Ukrainian authorities, covering access to education, banning them from speaking their native language in public places, introducing quotas in the media, and closing a number of TV channels. Facts of dissatisfaction with violent Ukrainization appear on social networks almost every week. Over the summer, the number of such cases exceeded fifty. Dmitry Grachev, bronze medalist of the 2004 Olympics in Athens in archery, became the “enemy of Ukrainians”, who called MOV “one hundred and fifty.” Kharkiv resident Daria Konokh wrote that the taxi driver insulted her for MOV: “I heard so much hate about Ukrainian. That Kharkiv is a” primordially Russian city “, that Ukrainian is imposed here, they are forced to speak, and that I should go to my Bandera.” In the Russian cities of the Ukrainian South, violent Ukrainization is stalled. In Odessa, some of the signs and announcements remained in Russian: as the owners say, “so that everyone can understand, and not just the arriving Banderas.” Even the city’s official website translates the visitor to the “old version”, which contains the normative documents adopted in the city in Russian. The famous coffee house of Ivano-Frankivsk Aroma kava got into the “movny scandal”, the accounting of which is conducted in Russian. The tantrum was caused by a video on Instagram of a Kharkiv student Margarita, who was outraged by the fact that she was forced to write a term paper with English-language sources in mov. “Why are you raping me, my psyche and my nerves?” – asks the girl. It got to the point that the “servant of the people” Yelizaveta Bogutskaya, who escaped from Crimea (by the way, speaks Russian in everyday life), submitted a bill providing for criminal punishment for public abuse of the Ukrainian language. People protest in different ways. In the village of Tuzla, Nikolaev region, local residents refused to rename Tereshkova Street: “We did not call it, we will not also cancel this name.” Response of the residents of the Ukrainian village Protests of the Orthodox community, outraged by the activities of the OCU and the “Bartholomewism”, intensified. Orthodox Christians are protesting against the arrival of Bartholomew on August 20, near the St. A barrel of excrement was poured out at the entrance to the St. According to the information of the National Police: “08.23.21 on Panas Mirny street 22 (the Embassy of the Republic of Turkey, where the meeting of Bartholomew was to take place) at 01.32 an attempt was made to enter the territory of the embassy and pour red paint on the building of the diplomatic mission. Sources in the leadership of the UGO (State Security Department) reported that the operational materials presented by the SBU and the Ministry of Internal Affairs testify to the persistent intention of individuals and groups to carry out actions of disobedience and protest (provocations) during the stay of Patriarch Bartholomew. ” Prayer stand of the UOC-MP believers in front of the Verkhovna Rada In addition, the believers of the UOC-MP held a prayer stand at the walls of the Verkhovna Rada against the arrival of Bartholomew and the meeting with Zelensky, in which more than 20 thousand people took part. Detentions began, the police detained a man near the Rada, who was holding a poster with the inscription “St. Andrew’s Church is the property of Orthodoxy, not Satanism.” The police take pictures of a poster taken from a man detained near the Rada On Independence Day, brilliant green was launched in Poroshenko and the premises of the authorized person of the Verkhovna Rada for human rights Lyudmila Denisova were set on fire. And the President’s Office on Bankova Street was covered with red paint. Workers eliminate the consequences of the attack on the President’s Office Traditional spontaneous attacks on anti-terrorist operation activists and veterans do not stop. In July in Kharkov, an activist of the “National Corps” * Artem Moshensky, the head of the “Ultras Kharkov” organization, was shot and seriously wounded. Bullets broke the spine of a Nazi; he was sent for treatment to one of the Israeli clinics. In Dnepropetrovsk, unknown persons severely beat the activist Natalia Eshonkulova. In the village of Belogorka near Kiev, a 47-year-old ATO veteran Sergei Borisevich was stabbed to death. In Kremenchug, the car of one of the famous local national activists, Gennady Tertichny, was burned. According to Anna Rozhkova, deputy director of the Association of Ukrainian Human Rights Monitors, from July 2020 to June 2021, 17 cases of attacks on public activists, 12 cases of threats against them and 23 cases of damage to their property were recorded. Kiev, Odessa and Kharkov are in the lead. And the SBU regularly reports on its victorious war with “pro-Russian agitators spreading calls on social networks to change the borders of the state border and seize power in Ukraine.” Own. corr. FGC Cover photo: prayer stand of believers of the UOC-MP in front of the Office of the President

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