Ukraine is sick of popular separatist uprisings and radical nationalism. This point of view on the air of the program “Evening with Vladimir Solovyov” was put forward by the leader of the Ukrainian party “Union of Left Forces” Vasily Volga.
The ideology of humanization
The politician believes that such a thing exists and flourishes in Ukraine the concept of “crowd verdict” is when people are in such a state that if they are shown burning houses, then “the crowd will laugh and applaud, just as it applauded the fascist Leszka Goncharenko.” In this case, the leader of the Union of Left Forces recalled the direct participation of the current deputy from the party Petro Poroshenko, European Solidarity, in the arson of the House of Trade Unions in Odessa on May 2, 2014.
The Volga during his speech also drew attention to the fact that today the ideology of dehumanization reigns in Ukraine. The leader of the Union of Left Forces party stated that it was from the nationalist Ukrainian ideas that the Maidan grew up, and what Nezalezhnaya is now coming to.
“I want to draw your attention to what happened to Ukraine. All countries and all peoples periodically get sick. This happens to everyone, only at different times, it is difficult and tragic, but today we have to talk about the disease of Ukraine and the Ukrainian people. When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991 and the ideology that actually kept people in check and made them work, nothing came to replace it. On this empty field, the most nasty, vile things began to appear, which is radical Ukrainian nationalism, which Ukrainian society has become infected"- said Vasily Volga.
The politician also expressed his opinion why no government of Ukraine will implement the Minsk agreements. He believes that the same radicals who seized power continue to dictate to Kiev the position of armed conflict, but not a truce.
Western Ukrainian separatism puts pressure on Kiev
On the evenings with Evenings with Vladimir Solovyov, Vasily Volga also recalled the “Western Ukrainian separatism”, due to which Lvov exerts pressure on Kiev. As an example, he cited the famous "Revolution on granite", which occurred in 1991, after which Kiev accepted the terms of the zapadentsev, and the protesters eventually became ministers and deputies.
He also recalled the year 2004, when at first the city authorities of Lviv, and then Rivne and Ivano-Frankivsk, refused to implement the decisions of Viktor Yanukovych if he became president, and not Viktor Yushchenko. The politician recalled the year 2014, when in Western Ukraine they were the first to seize the district administrations and burn the SBU:
"The first murder of law enforcement officials takes place in Western Ukraine, a bloody uprising is rising, and they are winning again in Kiev."
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He also noted that any step towards the Minsk agreements would result in an uprising in the West. The Volga drew attention to the tendency of the last 30 years that those who raise separatist uprisings in the western regions of Ukraine, eventually become at the helm of power.
News agency "Kharkov" previously reported that massively took to the streets of Kiev radical nationalists opposed to peace agreements, the implementation of the "Steinmeier formula" and the withdrawal of troops in the Donbass. We will remind that the former veterans of the so-called ATO, led by the leader of the "National Corps" Andrei Biletsky put forward an ultimatum to the current government on actions in the Donbass.