Ah yes, of course, the Russians were TOTALLY not in Donbass prior to 2022.MVitaly5 wrote: ↑Fri May 13, 2022 10:00 pmIt's obvious that you don't know shit about Ukraine!pierro wrote: ↑Fri May 13, 2022 9:20 pmSeriuosly? It can be other way? Can you imagine someone says "I live in France, I'm half French and I know its language." For me its impossible to live so long in any country and don't know its language. You can speak on your native language, its your choice, but you MUST know language of your country!
In Ukraine, more than 50% of the population consider Russian their native and primary language. And the Ukrainian language has been forcibly imposed on them in recent years. More than 80% of Ukrainians are fluent in Russian. And on the contrary, more than 30% did not even want to study the Ukrainian language, it was forcibly imposed on them, through the eradication of Russian-language communication in schools, administrative institutions, etc. If it were not for the Soviet regime, the Ukrainian language would still be spread only in small farmsteads of the Western and Southern territory of modern Ukraine. The forcible eradication of the Russian language and discrimination against the Russian-speaking population by the Ukrainian power regime was one of Russia's main grievances.
Learn the material part of the question.
They'll give that pilot a Fantomorden. They're all fantasists now, it's no wonder when the President is a Comedian!pierro wrote: ↑Fri May 13, 2022 9:20 pmI also read about this pilot, though there seemed to be about 17 downed planes, I think this is all to increase the morale of the army and for the confidence of the population. Now, if later this pilot is awarded with the wording "For 40 downed aircraft" a state award, then it will be ridiculous
There was no regular Russian army in Dombassa in 2014 or afterwards. If it had been there, there would have been no war in Dombass. Why did the Ukrainian army attack only Dombass, and why not Crimea? An elementary question for your logical thinking. Right, because the Russian Army was in the Crimea, and you could get fucked there.
Read in detail the entire thread of this topic. It has already been proven many times here that Nazism flourished in Ukraine. Stop asking the same questions, littering the forum thread.pierro wrote: ↑Fri May 13, 2022 9:20 pmit is incorrect to compare the internal conflict in Yemen with the attack of one independent state on another.
In your opinion who is Nazis in Ukraine, who may come to power? What they did or planned to do so you call them Nazis? May be you know it better as you lived there 37 years.